Friday, May 10, 2013
The annual plant sale for the Canton Garden Club will take place at the Canton Public Library on Saturday, May 11.
On Saturday, May 11 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. the Canton Garden Club will host their annual plant sale at the Canton Public Library. Some of the featured plants this year that will be for sale are perennials, annuals, and herbs. There will also be beautiful potted plants and hanging plants. Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer any of your gardening questions. Members working on the project this week are Garden Club members: Cheryl James, Roxy Gray, Marty Kramer, Loretta Connolly, Marilyn Gowing, Marilyn Curran and Peg Keady.
Monday, May 6, 2013
The Chiropractic Health Group, located at Cobbs Corner in Canton, specializes in auto, work, and athletic related injuries.
Dr. Eric Greenspan of the Chiropractic Health Group located at 95 Washington Street in Cobbs Corner in Canton specializes in auto, work and athletic injuries. Greenspan, a Sharon native, and now Canton resident, will help you with your back and neck pain by making a few adjustments and manipulation to unlock a binding spinal joint. Patch sat down with Greenspan to find out more about the conditions that can be treated from seeing a chiropractor and also a common concern of how safe is it to have your back and neck cracked. Patch: What conditions do you treat? Greenspan: I treat a variety of issues for a variety of different people of all ages. Most commonly, I treat back pain, neck pain and headaches. Additionally, due to my background as…
Do you know where this sign is hanging in Canton?
Do you know where this sign is hanging in Canton? You probably pass by this every day. Where is this? Let us know in comments.
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Patch caught up with director Patti Willis and her cast at their dress rehearsal on Thursday evening.
The Lt. Peter Hansen Elementary School 5th Grade presented 'The Wizard of Oz' this weekend at the Canton High School Auditorium. The show ran on Friday and Saturday evening at 7 p.m. Patch caught up with director Patti Willis and her cast at their dress rehearsal on Thursday evening. Here is a photo gallery of the dress rehearsal.
Thursday, May 2, 2013
At the fair you will find jewelry, gemstones and the ancient practice of shell readings.
The Holistic Health and Psychic Fair will take place, rain or shine, on Saturday, May 4 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Canton Spiritualist Church located at the intersection of Blue Hill River Road and Rt. 138. Admission is free. There will be hands healing, tarot card readings, aroma therapy, vitamins, psychics, massage and private readings for a fee. Jewelry, gemstones and other crafts from New England artisans will be available for purchase. For more information visit www.spiritualistchurch.wix.com/canton or call 617-469-2568.
Friday, April 26, 2013
Saturday's event will raise money for the Canton Little League and the Girls Fast Pitch Softball.
On Saturday, April 27 get your froyo on! Orange Leaf at 95 Washington Street in Cobbs Corner in Canton is having a Froyo Festival Fundraiser from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. The event is to raise funds for Canton Little League Baseball and Girls Fast Pitch Softball, which was founded over 30 years ago and run by 200 volunteer coaches. The money raised will be used for special projects including building a new snackbar and restrooms at Sullivan/Crawford Field and constructing a new duggout at Duggan Field. New defibrillators will be purchased for all fields as well. There will be live entertainment with local bands, face painting, balloon artists and a special appearance by some of the New England Patriots Cheerleaders. along with mascot Pat Patriot …
A tree with a face, where is he?
Every week Patch posts a photograph of a place in Canton for our readers to guess where it is located. Did you guess where this face on a tree is located? If you did, congratulations! This face hangs on a tree at the intersection of Washington Street and Pleasant Street.
Saturday's 5K race is sponsored by the Blue Hills Brewery with proceeds going to the Canton Food Pantry and Helpline.
The inaugural South Shore Trail Run will take place on Saturday, April 27 at noon. This race is sponsored by the Blue Hills Brewery with proceeds to benefit the Canton Food Pantry and Helpline. This race is a 5K (3.1 miles) and will loop around Ponkapoag Pond. Runners will receive a commemorative t-shirt, two drink tickets and one food ticket for the after party at the Blue Hills Brewery, 1020 Turnpike Street in Canton. Check in starts at 10:30 a.m. at the Blue Hills Brewery and the race begins at noon. A shuttle bus from the brewery to Ponkapoag Pond will be provided for all registered runners. Entry fee is $30 for pre-registration and $35 the day of the race. There will be awards for the top male and female competitors. For a …
Thursday, April 25, 2013
The following information was provided by the Canton Police Department daily log. Where an arrest was made, it does not indicate a conviction.
Friday, April 19 1:48 p.m. - A 48-year-old Canton male was taken into protective custody on Greenlodge Street. 8:04 p.m. - An unwanted person was at Matt Kelly's Pub on Washington Street. Peace was restored. Tuesday, April 23 7:46 a.m. - Police responded to a motor vehicle accident at the Kennedy School on Dedham Street where a 57-year-old Canton woman was charged for driving with a suspended license and failing to yield at an intersection. 8:41 a.m. - A 33-year-old Holbrook woman was charged for having false documentation at the Mass. Hospital School on Randolph Street. 8:56 a.m. - A 37-year-old Stoughton woman was charged, after a motor vehicle stop, for driving an uninsured motor vehicle. Her registration was also suspended and her …
Monday, April 22, 2013
Find out how you can now get a free large pizza on Mondays and check out the restaurant's best menu items.
The Turnpike Cafe, located at 958 Turnpike St. has been a staple in Canton for more than 50 years. New owners Patrick and Caroline Brodigan purchased the cafe one year ago and plan to continue its tradition of keeping it in the family. Canton Patch sat down with Brodigan to talk about his first year and if he's made any changes to this well known restaurant. Canton Patch: What is the history of Turnpike Café? Patrick Brodigan: The Geftea family had owned the Turnpike Cafe for 58 years. My wife Caroline and I purchased the restaurant from the Gefteas last April. We are thrilled to be back in Canton where we both grew up. It’s a great town and we have really enjoyed being part of the community and reconnecting with old friends, teachers, …