Monday, May 20, 2013
Winner gets $25 gift certificate.
Editor's note: The contest is now closed to submissions. Please vote by stating the number of your favorite photo in the comments section below. Voting will close Friday, May 24, and a winner will be announced on Saturday, May 25. "Sunrise, sunset, swiftly flow the days." At Patch, we know that our readers have captured these colorful paintings in the sky on camera. Upload your sunrise and sunset photos for this week's contest. We’ve added a little incentive. The winning submission will get a $25 gift card, plus bragging rights. To upload your photo, just click on the "Upload Photos and Videos" button. For more information about the rules, please see the rules document attached to the article.
Will you be brave enough to sing at Family Karaoke Night?
Weymouth families can now show off their singing skills with the town’s first ever Family Karaoke Night. The fun community event will be held on August 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the Ralph Talbot Amphitheater. Guests can socialize while enjoying foods from one of New England’s Famous Food Trucks. Tell Us: Will you be brave enough to sing at Family Karaoke Night?
The Weymouth Farmers Market is set to return June 22.
Next month, vendors will return to the Weymouth Town Hall parking lot to sell the best local baked goods, crafts, jewelry and produce. The Weymouth Farmers Market is set to return June 22. The 2013 season will run every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. until October 5. Casey Savage, an assistant for Major Sue Kay said this year the Farmers Market will hold a variety of special events and four different village days for each section of Weymouth. Jackson Square will be celebrated July 13, Weymouth Landing on July 27, Bicknell Square on August 10 followed by Columbian Square on August 24. Savage explained that businesses from each of Weymouth’s villages and live music will be present at these celebrations. The Farmers Market will also hold …
Sunday, May 19, 2013
Registration is open for South Shore Conservatory's summer programs.
South Shore Conservatory is holding open registration for their abundant summer 2013 performing arts programs for students of all ages at their Hingham and Duxbury campuses. The Conservatory’s Music Together classes for students from infancy through age four, a gentle introduction to the world of music, is offered at both Conservatory locations, Our World Children's Global Discovery Museum in Cohasset and Inly School in Scituate starting the week of June 10. Other classes available at the Hingham campus are The Arts Tell a Story for ages 3-6, Drum & Sing for ages 4-6, and Primo Voice Class for ages 7-9. Drama takes center stage this summer with Let’s Put on a Show for ages 6-11 at the Duxbury campus and Curtain Going Up for ages 4-7, and …
Friday, May 17, 2013
A look at showtimes at the Cameo Theater in Columbian Square.
The Great Gatsby Friday at 4:40, 7:30 Saturday & Sunday at 1:20, 4:15, 7:10 Monday through Thursday at 7:10 Iron Man 3 Friday at 4:55, 7:30 Saturday & Sunday at 1:30, 4:15, 7:00 Monday through Thursday at 7:00
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
In case you were away last week, here's what you missed in Weymouth.
Most Read Stories: May 6-12 1. Columbian Square to Hold Spring Festival 2. Weymouth Girls Track Wins First Division Title in School History 3. When Are Cicadas Hatching in Weymouth? 4. Newsweek Top-Rated School List Leaves Off Weymouth High 5. Weymouth Police Catch Quincy Man Driving Drunk For 4th Time 6. Weymouth NHL Star Assists Team to Playoff Victory 7. Pool Shed Catches Fire at Weymouth Apartments 8. Hell’s Kitchen Star Visits Weymouth High School 9. Wanted: Alleged Barbecue Thieves 10. New Home on Privet Path Police Logs Weymouth Arrests From Last Weekend Weymouth Man Arrested After Gas Station Fight Female With Bat, Two Reports of Larceny Weymouth Teen Arrested For Assault with Dangerous Weapon Threats Made at Weymouth Apartments …
Monday, May 13, 2013
No, the lead photo is not the winner. Click through the gallery to find this week's winner.
Thank you to all the Mothers and Daughters who entered this contest. The photos were beautiful. Hope all the mothers had a great Mother's Day! And, now to our winning photo! Congratulations to Ravi Jain for the winning photo, No. 26, of Penelope, Sonia and Artemis. Ravi will receive a $25 gift certificate. Check back on Tuesday morning for this week's contest. For more information about the rules, please see the rules document attached to the article. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Winner gets $25 gift certificate.
Editor's note: Voting period is closed at 9am. Please check back before 5pm to see who the winner is. We have a great photo gallery of Mothers and Daughters. All the submissions are beautiful and a wonderful tribute to Mother's Day. Now it's time to vote. All the pictures are numbered in the caption area. Please vote by giving the photo number in the comments below. Voting will end at 9 a.m. Monday. So get in your vote. One vote per person, please. The winner will be announced before 5pm on Monday. For more information about the rules, please see the rules document attached to the article. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, May 10, 2013
Local Executive chef Ray Alongi shared some of Gordon Ramsay's tips with students at Weymouth High School.
Weymouth High School junior Courtney Tam had her most exciting day of school on Thursday. The 17-year-old aspiring chef along with all of her culinary school classmates received a surprise visit from Hell’s Kitchen contestant Ray Alongi. “By him visiting us, it gives us the idea that we could be like him,” Tam said. Sophomore Adam McCarthy was also inspired by Alongi’s vist. “Seeing him gives me butterflies in my stomach,” McCarthy said. “It makes us realize we could someday be like him.” Alongi was born and raised on the South Shore. He not only live in Weymouth but he is an executive chef at Turner’s Yard in Pembroke. The reality TV series contestant decided to visit WHS after he was asked by McCarthy’s mom, who also works at Turner’s…
Hell’s Kitchen contestant Ray Alongi pays visit to WHS.
Hell’s Kitchen contestant Ray Alongi spend Thursday afternoon with Weymouth High School's culinary arts class and had nothing but great things to say about the program.