April 19, 2021
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Plant SaleIt's time to enjoy our gardens by planting flowers and vegetables. The Dighton Historical Society is holding its Plant Sale on Saturday, May 22nd, from 9 AM to 2 PM rain or shine, at our … more
(March 30, 2021) – It’s the best birding of the year! Grab your binoculars and head out to look for beautiful spring migrants. Now is the time to hit the trails with Audubon and explore those … more
Rehoboth Baptist Church will gather for worship on Friday, April 2, at 7 PM to remember Good Friday. On Easter Sunday, April 4th, there will be an outdoor “Sunrise” service at 9:30 AM, … more
To anyone interested in volunteering to clean up our Cemeteries before Memorial Day, the Rehoboth Cemetery Commission will be out every weekend starting the weekend after Easter, Saturdays 9-noon, … more
(March 19, 2021) – Like clockwork in spring, the annual rites of nature commence. Songbirds return from migration. Mammals wake from their winter slumbers, and the thawed ponds and vernal pools … more
The Keep Rehoboth Beautiful Committee is excited to announce the dates of the Town Wide Spring Clean-up, Sunday, April 18th- Sunday April 25th. We will be using COVID safety precautions/protocols and … more
(March 2, 2021) – Spring is the perfect time to catch the amazing aerial displays of the American Woodcock, join an early morning birding walk, or discover the magic that occurs each spring in … more
The information provided is a general overview of our snow and ice program, frequently asked questions, winter tips and also seeks your support to providing safe streets during snow and ice … more
Supt. Dr. Anthony Azar announced this week that the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District has partnered with the Rehoboth Council on the Aging and the Dighton Housing Authority to spread goodwill … more
(Culinary.net) On the sweetest day of the year, a day full of flowers, love and sweets, Valentine’s Day is the ultimate opportunity to try a different dessert meant for two. It’s hard … more
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