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  • Marshfield Public School District

    Mission: The mission of the Marshfield Public Schools, in partnership with the home and community, is to attain academic excellence and achievement in a safe and supportive environment, encourage life-long learning and promote responsible citizenship. Core Beliefs: We beli...

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  • Town of Marshfield

    About Us: Our goal is to maintain that value offers to our residents by providing useful information and services that will make town government more accessible to residents. We will endeavor to keep the content fresh and up to date, adding new information and services to y...

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  • Ventress Memorial Library

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  • Marshfield Recreation Department

    The Recreation Commission is comprised of Marshfield residents, seven full members and two alternates, who are appointed by the Marshfield Board of Selectmen. The Commission is a policy and active board responsible to the Town for providing year round high quality indoor and...

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  • Marshfield United Methodist Church

    Our Mission: It is the mission of the Marshfield United Methodist Church to spread the will and Word of God as evidenced by the teaching and example of Jesus through acts of caring and sharing in our congregation, community and world. We pledge to do this by: -...

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  • Saint Christine's Parish Church

    History: Since 1928 Catholics in Marshfield attended Mass at either St. Mary's in Scituate or St. Theresa's summer mission in Humarock. By the 1940's nearly 300 families were attending Mass regularly at St. Theresa's. In 1944 Reverend Edmund Moran was appointed by his ...

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  • The First Congregational Church of Marshfield

    About Us: The oldest continuously Congregational Church in North America was "gathered" in 1632 in a section of Marshfield known as Greene's Harbour, (now Green Harbor). The group, headed by Edward Winslow, had been farming the land since about 1628. But they ...

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  • Marshfield St. Christine Church

    History:   Since 1928 Catholics in Marshfield attended Mass at either St. Mary's in Scituate or St. Theresa's summer mission in Humarock. By the 1940's nearly 300 families were attending Mass regularly at St. Theresa's. In 1944 Reverend Edmund Moran was appoin...

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  • North Community Church

    Statement of Purpose and Covenant: We unite as a community of ecumenical Christians, seeking to grow in the love of God and in the love of our neighbors as ourselves. We are conscious of our responsibility to serve God's creation by sharing our spiritual and ma...

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  • Marshfield Fair

    We hope that everyone who attended the fair will be  entertained and educated and that all attendees leave with a greater appreciation of the importance of agriculture and horticulture in our present day society.   Hope to see you all at this year's fair...

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  • GATRA

    Greater Attleboro Taunton Regional Transit Authority(GATRA) provides comprehensive quality public transportation services to meet the mobility needs of people throughout 26 member communities. These communities include; Attleboro, Bellingham, Berkley, Carver, Dighton, Duxbur...

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  • Marshfield Farmers Market

    History:Historically the Marshfield Fairgrounds has been the regional site where farmers brought the best of their crops and animals each year to the fair organized and run by the Marshfield Agricultural and Horticultural Society (MAHS), established in 1867. So it is only fi...

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  • Marshfield Kiwanis

    The Kiwanis Club of Marshfield has been active since 1938, contributing locally to scholarships, elderly programs, Community Christmas, Kid's for Camp, Key Club, the Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Institute at New England Medical Center, local youth organizations, and many other c...

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  • Dog Days Press

    Dog Days Press is a small publishing organization dedicated to providing an alternative venue for the aspiring writer. It encourages the writer in all of us to become more actively involved in literary pursuits. The hoi polloi series of publications are created for charitabl...

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  • Rise And Shine Farm

    We are excited to begin our third season for Rise & Shine Farm CSA. We view this enterprise as a partnership, and encourage the regular involvement of our members on the farm. Being able to participate in growing the food that you and your family will eat is FUN, and ver...

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  • Porcello Gallery
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  • Green Harbor Golf Club

    In 1965, the Francis family purchased the Marshfield property and created a turf farm for the development of their Vesper Velvet bentgrass. Velvet greens are unmatched for their consistent conditions and true puttability and are a preferred turf for private golf courses all ...

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  • Uncle Bud Skatepark
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  • The Fresh Air Fund

    Summertime is Fresh Air time for thousands of New York City children who visit volunteer host families in 13 states from Virginia to Maine and Canada through The Fresh Air Fund's Volunteer Host Family Program. The Fresh Air Fund, an independent, not-for-profit agency, has pr...

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  • Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary

    Hundreds of acres of grasslands, woodlands, and wetlands await you at Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary. For birders of all experience levels, there are observation blinds overlooking a shallow wetland that attracts herons, egrets, and shorebirds, as well as muskrats and min...

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  • North River Wildlife Sanctuary

    At this sanctuary, a half-mile boardwalk leads you on a fascinating journey through a red maple swamp and small cattail marsh to a salt marsh overlooking the North River. During the spring and summer, the Woodland Loop usually offers a look at scarlet tanagers and ovenbirds....

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  • Furnace Brook Farm

    Furnace Brook Farm has developed into a family oriented facility, which specializes in the young rider and the Morgan dressage horse. A full lesson program, camp program and a competitive string of Morgan dressage horses satisfy the diverse needs of its cliental. Whether you...

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  • Plymouth County House of Horror
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  • Green Harbor Beach
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  • Rexhame Beach

    Location: Standish Street, off of Ocean Street. Resident parking sticker required. For non-resident there is a daily fee. Facilities: Snack bar, bathrooms, basketball court, picnic tables, lifeguards, parking attendant. Surf chair, (wheel chair) for individuals with mobil...

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  • Brant Rock Beach
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  • Fieldston Beach
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  • Rhythm Room Records

    Rhythm Room Records started in 1992 as a retail compact disc store in Plymouth Ma. then moving to Marshfield Mass four years laterWe organized the first blues festival at the Marshfield Fair in 1994 and now are organizing most of the musical entertainment at the Fair. We org...

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Marshfield Hills, Massachusetts. Population for Marshfield Hills from the last gathering is 2369. You can view Marshfield Hills venues that host many Marshfield Hills MA events every year.

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Marshfield Hills Massachusetts has a latitude of 42.1463 and a longitude of -70.7241. View the full profile

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