Community Calendar — The Hull Times

COMMUNITY SERVICES

Nantasket-Hull Rotary stretches your food budget (SYFB) invites anyone in Hull to try our meal kits and weekly specials by going to www.SYFB.space and submitting a delivery request. All SYFB meal kit options are FREE. WE MUST RECEIVE YOUR ORDER BEFORE FRIDAY EVENING TO ENSURE DELIVERY THE FOLLOWING TUESDAY! Place your order with us at www.SYFB.space.

Hull Community Preservation Act Preliminary Application Deadline. The Community Preservation Committee is accepting new applications for grants allocated by the City of Hull CPA funds until September 29, 2022. Funds from this account may be used for historic restoration projects, open spaces, recreation and community housing. See the city’s website for more information on this process and visit the CPC site at: https://www.town.hull.ma.us

Share the loss together. A bereavement support group meeting every Tuesday from 3-4 p.m. at the Senior Center, 197A Samoset Ave. Moderated by Dr. William Zella, licensed psychologist, and Kelly Reilly, LICSW, this is an open-ended group discussion to talk about all types of loss. Please join our conversation or just listen. Please call 781-925-1239 x6 if interested.

FRIDAY AUGUST 19

Friday morning story time at the Paragon Carousel. Join Elsa – Frozen from Frozen at 10 a.m. for a fun morning, then take a ride on the carousel, 205 Nantasket Ave. Visit www. paragoncarousel.com for more information.

Beach Yoga with Sara Pearson 7 a.m. Start your day with ocean breezes, beautiful views, and gentle yoga on Nantasket Beach. Bring your mat and a bottle of water and head to Lewis St. Beach Access. Parking available at Senior Center, $5/class. To register, call the Hull COA at (781) 925-1239*1 or email [email protected]

Friday Morning Outdoors. As the summer progresses, Friday Painters in Hull, a joint effort with the Hull Artists and the Hull Lifesaving Museum continues our artistic adventures. We display a variety of painting locations that encourage artists to enjoy the natural beauty and varied landscapes of Hull. The locations are mixed with seaside, historical places, panoramas and private gardens. It is organized in such a way as to take advantage of the morning light and finished in time so as not to get burned in the afternoon. (9 a.m. – 12 p.m.) Open and free to all, all levels and abilities. There are no instructions given, just bring your supplies and enjoy. A chair, hat and water bottle are recommended. For more information on weekly painting locations, please follow the Friday Painters in Hull Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/fridaypaintersinhull or contact us at [email protected]

SATURDAY AUGUST 20

Summer Sunshine Performance Series: A Trike Called Funk at 3 p.m. at the Bernie King Pavilion. A Trike Called Funk is a funk and dance DJ, so bring your dancing shoes! For more details, visit www.atrikecalledfunk.com. This performance is part of the Summer Sunshine Performance series which aims to “shed light” on a group of multicultural artists from the South Shore. Sponsored by Friends of Nantasket Beach with financial support from DCR and the Save The Harbor/Save The Bay’s Better Beaches program.

Friends of the Paragon Carousel Derby Night. It will be a special occasion as the Paragon Carousel celebrates its own version of the Kentucky Derby. Past events have featured great costumes, lots of fun, and the centerpiece “racing” around the track inside the carousel building. Derby Day will take place at the Paragon Carousel from 7-10 p.m. Tickets are $50 each and can be reserved at www.paragoncarousel.com. Click here for all the details of our preview story in last week’s edition.

SUNDAY AUGUST 21

Music by the Sea at the Bernie King Pavilion from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The Continentals, from swing to soft rock. Free.

TUESDAY AUGUST 23

Marshfield Fair – Free entry for seniors today (Departs 10am from Hull) Van Ride available – $2/person – Call the Senior Center to reserve your spot in the van. Return to Hull approx. 2 p.m. Please register before August 18 by calling the Hull COA at (781) 925-1239 *1.

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24

Hull Seniors Walking Club. Join the walking club as we take the COA van to a walking destination. Destinations currently on the schedule include Webb State Park, the Great Esker Trail, and the Norwell and Cohasset Trails. Contact the Council on Aging, 781-925-1239, for more information or to register.

Showcase of young talents. The Paragon Carousel presents another edition of its Youth Talent Showcase, where the best musicians and animators from high schools and colleges on the South Shore perform, at 7 p.m. The showcase takes place on the terrace, weather permitting. For more details, visit www.paragoncarousel.com.

THURSDAY AUGUST 25

Grill with Mickey 12:30 p.m. Join us for summertime fun, laughter and lunch as our very own Mickey Corcoran grills burgers and hot dogs on our brand new grill! Thank you George Washington Toma! It’s sure to be a good time! $4 includes lunch and drinks. Please register before August 18 by calling the Hull COA at (781) 925-1239 *1.

FRIDAY AUGUST 26

Friday Morning Outdoors. As the summer progresses, Friday Painters in Hull, a joint effort with the Hull Artists and the Hull Lifesaving Museum continues our artistic adventures. We display a variety of painting locations that encourage artists to enjoy the natural beauty and varied landscapes of Hull. The locations are mixed with seaside, historical places, panoramas and private gardens. It is organized in such a way as to take advantage of the morning light and finished in time so as not to get burned in the afternoon. (9 a.m. – 12 p.m.) Open and free to all, all levels and abilities. There are no instructions given, just bring your supplies and enjoy. A chair, hat and water bottle are recommended. For more information on weekly painting locations, please follow the Friday Painters in Hull Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/fridaypaintersinhull or contact us at [email protected]

Beach Yoga with Sara Pearson at 7 a.m. Start your day with ocean breezes, beautiful views and gentle yoga on Nantasket Beach. Bring your mat and a bottle of water and head to Lewis St. Beach Access. Parking available at Senior Center, $5/class. To register, call the Hull COA at (781) 925-1239*1 or email [email protected]

Friday morning Story time at the Paragon Carousel. Join Moana, the adventurous teenager who embarks on a mission to save her people, at 10 a.m. for a morning of fun, then take a ride on the carousel, 205 Nantasket Ave. Visit www. paragoncarousel.com for more information.

Art for your mind. Join local art historian Jill Sanford for an enjoyable hour of challenging yourself to see new ways. Jill guides participants through a selection of engaging presentations combining art history and art appreciation. This series will take place on the last Tuesday of each month at 11 a.m. at the Senior Center. Register early as places are limited. You won’t want to miss this popular series that has finally arrived in Hull, available thanks to a generous grant from the Hull Cultural Council. For more information, call 781-925-1239 *1 or email [email protected]

Satuit Concert Band. 7:30 p.m. at the Bernie King Pavilion. Based in Scituate, MA, the Satuit Band has been welcoming musicians from the South Shore since 1933. The Satuit Band is made up of local musicians ranging from young teens to early eighties, high school students to seasoned professionals, and all intermediate levels. For more information visit satuitband.com

Sip N’ Support. Join us from 5-8pm at Vitamin Sea Brewing, 30 Moore Rd. in Weymouth, at Sip N’ Support Wellspring! VSB generously donates $2 of each payment directly to Wellspring to support our programs and services. The Bone and Bread Food Truck will be on site! Follow them on social media to see what they serve you that day. Bring your friends, grab a beer and find out why Better Begins Here!

Temple Beth Sholom. Kabbalat Shabbat & Evening Services at 7 p.m. at Temple Israel and on Zoom. Our Zoom meeting link is: http://zoom.us/j/6373665461 Password: 9250091 Meeting ID: 637 366 5461

SUNDAY AUGUST 28

Music by the Sea at the Bernie King Pavilion from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Gina and the Jazz Notes. Free!

MONDAY AUGUST 29

Knit with Margie’s instructions. For beginners and experienced knitters alike! See you at 1 p.m. to knit, crochet, share patterns and chat. Please call the Hull COA at (781) 925-1239*1 or email [email protected] to register.

TUESDAY AUGUST 30

Art for your mind 11:15 a.m. Learn about the ever-evolving career of Georgia O’Keeffe as local art historian Jill Sanford takes you on an exploration of one of America’s most innovative artists. This program is generously offered by the Hull Cultural Council with the support of the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Please call the Hull COA at (781) 925-1239*1 or email [email protected] to register.

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 31

Showcase of young talents. The Paragon Carousel presents another edition of its Youth Talent Showcase, where the best musicians and animators from high schools and colleges on the South Shore perform, at 7 p.m. The showcase takes place on the terrace, weather permitting. For more details, visit www.paragoncarousel.com.

Overdose Awareness Vigil. The Hull Anchor will host an Overdose Awareness Vigil at 6:30 p.m. to honor and remember loved ones who have been lost to overdose and addiction. We encourage you to bring photos of your loved ones to display at the event. For more information, visit www.theanchorofhull.org.

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4

Music by the Sea at the Bernie King Pavilion 2-4pm Play it Again Band – songs from the past 100 years. Free!