Womanade at The Pinehills

Upcoming Programs

Our programs are held bi-monthly. Since Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted we are now able to meet in person as we have in the past. Womanade's programs are held in the lower level of the Stonebridge Club. Please note that meeting times change throughout the year

Our bi-monthly programs are scheduled for the second Monday of the month (January, March, May, July, September, November). These programs are advertised in several places: Womanade’s website, www.womanadeph.org, Pinehills Land Owners Association (PHLOA) Newsletter, and email updates and reminders from Womanade. Should you wish to give us feedback or suggestions for future programs, feel free to contact us at womanadeph@gmail.com.

South Shore Community Action Council’s Food Pantry

“The Plymouth Tapestry: Making History about History”

presented by Dr. Donna Curtin, Executive Director of the Pilgrim Society and Pilgrim Hall Museum

Monday, September 12, 2022, from 4 to 6 p.m.

The Plymouth Tapestry is an heirloom embroidery commissioned by Pilgrim Hall Museum for Plymouth’s 400th-anniversary commemoration. It is being created by artist Elizabeth Creeden and a group of volunteer stitchers in a multi-year undertaking. Consisting of twenty 6-ft. long panels or “chapters,” this hand- stitched project tells the story of Plymouth Colony’s founding. When complete, the finished masterwork will span 120 feet and will be preserved as a treasured highlight of the Museum collection.

The Tapestry illustrates the experiences of the Wampanoag people who inhabited the area for thousands of years, and the story of the Pilgrims, the English settlers who arrived on the Mayflower in 1620 to establish a new home. Through hand- stitched imagery and text, the needlework narrative traces their evolving stories through the 1621 harvest gathering known as “The First Thanksgiving.”

“Restoring Plymouth, One Project at a Time,”

presented by David Gould, Director of Marine and Environmental Affairs,Town of Plymouth.

Monday, November 14, 2022, from 3 to 5 p.m.

This presentation will provide an overview of the restoration projects that the Town of Plymouth has undertaken in the last twenty years to restore riparian, wetland and fisheries habitat and to increase the climate resiliency of these resources. Mr. Gould has been the project manager on the Eel River Headwaters Restoration Project, the Wellingsley Brook Restoration Project, the Foothills Preserve Restoration Project and all of the projects along Town Brook.

Womanade’s Annual Tea 2023

presents entertainment by “Spectrum” (PNHS) and “South Avenue” (PSHS)

Monday, January 9, 2023, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

“Spectrum” is Plymouth North High School's all-female identifying a cappella group, directed by Julia McBride. Since their start in 2018, the group has brought their empowering and grounded sound to audiences throughout Massachusetts. Most recently, “Spectrum” recorded and released several songs on Plymouth North A Cappella's compilation album unaccompanied. In 2022, the group has returned to singing together in person after an 18-month hiatus and is so excited to bring their organic sound back to live audiences.

“South Avenue” is an auditioned, mixed-range a cappella ensemble based at Plymouth South High School, directed by Jason Luciana. Founded in 2016, “South Avenue” has appeared on WGBH's Sing That Thing!, competed in Haunted Harmonies in Salem, MA, as well as in the NE-Voices and ICHSA competitions. Most recently, South Avenue released their latest single, Still feel, available on Apple Music and Spotify.

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