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  • Exhibit: A Swedish Folk Tale
    All day
    12/05/18

    March 23 – June 3

    Decorated by Ralph Cahoon, Dancing Bear Chest

    A Swedish Folk Tale tells the story of how artist Martha Farham Cahoon (1905-1999) married her Swedish folk-art heritage with Pennsylvania-German and early American design to create unique forms of decorative art that had a bold impact on other Cape Cod artists, including her husband, Ralph Cahoon.

    Visit the Cahoon Museum of American Art online.

  • Expressions in Wood: Carved and Turned Vessels
    All day
    12/05/18

    April 15 – June 17
    This exhibition explores the work of five local artists bound together by a shared passion: woodturning and woodcarving. Inspired by the texture of wood, the gorgeous colors, and the intriguing grain, the artists make each piece a personal artistic expression while preserving the wood’s natural beauty. Exhibiting artists are Sue Beardsley, Bob Beardsley, Mike Grady, Toby Lorenson, and Gary Tabor.

    View more exhibits and list of upcoming events on Highfield Hall and Garden’s website.

  • 1st Annual “BIG DILL CHALLENGE” Pickleball Tournament
    12:00 PM-5:00 PM
    12/05/18

    Combining America’s Fastest Growing Sport with ALS

    (Kingston, MA): On Saturday, May 12, 2018, the A.L.S. Family Charitable Foundation will be hosting their 1st Annual “BIG DILL CHALLENGE” Pickleball Tournament for ALS at the Kingsbury Club in Kingston, MA, from 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM.
    It’s time to combine the fastest growing sport in America with ALS to raise funds and bring awareness to this disease. The day will be filled with a men’s and women’s advanced and intermediate pickleball tournament, raffles, prizes, food, and side games, all to benefit patients and families throughout New England living with Lou Gehrig’s Disease TODAY.
    The cost to play in this exciting tournament is $50 per person, and registration can be found at kingstonrec.com. The registration deadline is May 1st, and it is expected to sell out quick! Please call 508.759.9696 or visit alsfamily.org with any questions regarding the tournament or registration.

    Proceeds benefit the A.L.S. Family Charitable Foundation and their Patient Programs, which help patients and families living with ALS TODAY.

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    The A.L.S. Family Charitable Foundation, Inc., is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping those living with the disease today and finding a cure for tomorrow.

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