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Collect your ticket(s) from any of our authorized agents before proceeding for the event. Collect your ticket(s) at the venue starting from one hour before the event time. 1.50 per event in one transaction.youtube.com Mailing is available through Singpost for Singapore addresses and for events happening at least 7 days in advance. Mailing will take up to 7 working days. Please note that SISTIC is not liable for undelivered mail. Not applicable for General Admission events. Registered Mail is available through Singpost for Singapore addresses and for events happening at least 7 days in advance. Unlike normal mail, registered mail service offers proof of delivery with tracking features.


Registered Mailing will take up to 7 working days and is a Sign-For service that requires a signature on delivery. Courier is a door to door service available through a third party provider for Singapore addresses and for events happening at least 7 days in advance. SISTIC will be contacting you to arrange for delivery at your convenience once the tickets are ready. Courier delivery is a Sign-For service that requires a signature on delivery. An e-ticket (electronic ticket) is an electronic form of our ticket that is sent to you via email with your email confirmation. Each copy contains a unique barcode that can only be used by one person. E-ticket has to be printed and presented at the event venue for admission. Click here for more information on E-ticket. M-Ticket is a new way to receive event tickets delivered directly to your mobile phone via short message service (SMS). The M-Ticket contains a barcode and accompanying booking details. On the event day, present the Mobile Ticket at the event venue for entry. Please note that data charges apply when you download the M-Ticket onto your phone.


Listings information must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the event. Please include the time, date, location, street address and town of the event. If possible, provide a contact phone number and website. Marshfield Farmers’ Market: 1-5 p.m., each Friday in summer through Oct. 4, Marshfield Fairgrounds grandstand, 140 Main St., Marshfield. At least 30 vendors, organic and conventional local farm products, hot/cold prepared food, artisans, free kids’ activities, free parking/admission. Open rain or shine, grounds are stroller/wheelchair friendly. Pre-Fourth celebration: 7 p.m., Rockland Memorial Library lawn, 20 Belmont St., Rockland. Featuring the Satuit Band. Attendees are welcome to take lawn chairs and snacks.


The New Band: 8:30 p.m., Next Page Cafe, 550 Broad St., Weymouth. Lecture on John Hancock: 10:30 a.m. Adams Academy, 8 Adams St., Quincy. Author William M. Fowler Jr. will present a free lecture, "The Baron of Beacon Hill: John Hancock." Afterwards, visitors to the Dorothy Quincy Homestead at 34 Butler Road can view the restored historic Hancock chariot from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Braintree July 4th Celebration: 11:45 a.m., RMV/Bayshore Athletic Club parking lot, 10 Plain St., Braintree. Parade 11:45 from parking lot, food truck festival starting 4 p.m. Braintree High School, artisans market, live music starting at 4:30 p.m. Fireworks 9:30 p.m. at the high school. Free Safari Matinee: 2-3 p.m., Saturdays, May 4-June 29, North River Wildlife Sanctuary, 2000 Main St., Marshfield.


One-hour walk led by naturalist. Pilgrim Festival Singers concert: 7:30 p.m., St. Bonaventure Parish, 801 State Road, Plymouth. " includes love songs, songs of war, spirituals and gospel songs, selections from Broadway musicals, and a patriotic finale. Additional performance June 30 at First Congregational Church, 254 Main St., Plympton. 15, online or at the door. Fat City Band: 8:30 p.m., Next Page Cafe, 550 Broad St., Weymouth. Book sale: 1-4 p.m., Trinity Church, 3 Goddard Ave., Rockland. 1 each, and they range from children's titles to religious books to best sellers, fiction, nonfiction, biography and more. Japanese Tea Ceremony: 2 p.m., Art Complex Museum, 189 Alden St., Duxbury. The program will be conducted on the museum grounds in one of the very few tea huts in New England, called Shofan, Wind-in-the-Pines Hut.


Tea Master Glenn Sorei Pereira will explain the presentation and answer questions. Additional presentations: July 28 and Sept. Free Sunday Concert Series: 5-7 p.m., Pavilion at Forge Pond Park, 253 King St., Hanover. Presented by Hanover Parks & Recreation. Take a chair and blanket. Dinner, snacks and drinks available to purchase. Tonight: The 781 Band featuring Rob Short (lead vocals), Drew Contois (lead guitar, vocals), Ryan Calter (rhythm guitar, vocals), Todd Laporte (bass) and John Iacadoro (drums). Silver Spears: 5-8 p.m., Next Page Cafe, 550 Broad St., Weymouth. Abington Summer Concerts: 6 p.m. Sundays, Nisby Bandstand, Abington. Held at the town’s senior center or high school in the event of rain. Free. Dogs not permitted per town bylaws. Pilgrim Festival Singers concert: 7:30 p.m., First Congregational Church, 254 Main St., Plympton. " includes love songs, songs of war, spirituals and gospel songs, selections from Broadway musicals, and a patriotic finale.


15, online or at the door. Fireflies Out on the Town: 7:30-9 p.m., various locations. Jacqui Shuster, teacher-naturalist, will lead an exploration of local "lightning bugs." July 1: Driftway Conservation Park, Scituate. July 2: Island Creek Pond, Duxbury. Fireflies Out on the Town: 7:30-9 p.m., various locations. Jacqui Shuster, teacher-naturalist, will lead an exploration of local "lightning bugs." July 2: Island Creek Pond, Duxbury. Middleborough Fourth celebration: July 3 through 7, Peirce Playground, 26 Jackson St., Middleborough. July celebration carnival July 3-7. Carnival hours 6-10 p.m. July 3, 6 and 7; 2-10 p.m. July 4; and 6-11 p.m. July 5. Wristbands 2-6 p.m.


6-10 p.m. July 4. Wristbands July 6 and 7. Note: Wristbands are subject to change due to weather. Some rides might be ticket only, no wristbands. Network Voice Toastmasters meeting: 6:45-8:45 p.m., Fogg Library, 1 Columbian St., South Weymouth. Toastmasters International is a nonprofit educational organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of clubs. The NVT club meets the first and third Wednesday of the month. Independence Day breakfast: 8-11 a.m., North Congregational Church lawn, 38 Plymouth St., Middleborough. Egg and cheese muffins and bagels, French toast bites, fruit cups and more, at low cost. July 4 Plymouth: 5K race at 8:15 a.m.; parade 9:30 a.m., free Plymouth Phil concert 7:30 p.m.


Pilgrim Memorial Park; fireworks approximately 9:15 p.m. Town of Hingham Fourth of July parade: 10 a.m. Hingham. Satuit Concert Band will be among performers. Middleborough Fourth celebration: July 3 through 7, Peirce Playground, 26 Jackson St., Middleborough. July celebration carnival July 3-7. Carnival hours 6-10 p.m. July 3, 6 and 7; 2-10 p.m. July 4; and 6-11 p.m. July 5. Wristbands 2-6 p.m. 6-10 p.m. July 4. Wristbands July 6 and 7. Note: Wristbands are subject to change due to weather. Some rides might be ticket only, no wristbands. Friday Morning Storytime: 10:30 a.m., Paragon Carousel, 205 Nantasket Ave., Hull. Princess Ariel will be the storyteller and a "prince-ly" guest will join her.


Marshfield Farmers’ Market: 1-5 p.m., each Friday in summer through Oct. 4, Marshfield Fairgrounds grandstand, 140 Main St., Marshfield. At least 30 vendors, organic and conventional local farm products, hot/cold prepared food, artisans, free kids’ activities, free parking/admission. Open rain or shine, grounds are stroller/wheelchair friendly. Middleborough Fourth celebration: July 3 through 7, Peirce Playground, 26 Jackson St., Middleborough. July celebration carnival July 3-7. Carnival hours 6-10 p.m. July 3, 6 and 7; 2-10 p.m. July 4; and 6-11 p.m. July 5. Wristbands 2-6 p.m. 6-10 p.m. July 4. Wristbands July 6 and 7. Note: Wristbands are subject to change due to weather. Some rides might be ticket only, no wristbands.


Satuit Concert Band: 7:30-9 p.m., Scituate Harbor Bandstand. Marches, show tunes and classical arrangements. The band, under the direction of conductor Charlie Shaffer, will perform free concerts June to September at various venues. Family Fun Day: 9:30-11 a.m., Duxbury Beach. Meet at the lot on the ocean side of the Powder Point Bridge. Today: Mollusk Mania with Judy Macioci. Sandwich Artisans Fine Arts & Crafts show: 10 a.m. 4 p.m., Sandwich Public Library lawn, 142 Main St., Sandwich. Juried show featuring fine art, jewelry, pottery, glass work, photographs, hand-crafted clothing, home accessories, wooden items, and much more made by local artisans.


Additional shows: Aug. 3 and 31, Sept. New Bedford Folk Festival: 11 a.m. July 6 to 9 p.m. July 7, Zeiterion Performing Arts Center, 684 Purchase St., New Bedford, and outdoors. Contemporary, Americana, traditional, blues and Celtic folk music. In addition to the ticketed stages, the festival also features non-ticketed areas open to the public, including six blocks of craft vendors, a gourmet Food Court & Beer Garden, the Family Music and Activities Park, and the local-performer Southcoast Stage. 30 for a single day pass. Historic home tours: 11 a.m. 2 p.m., 1686 Quincy Homestead, 34 Butler Road, Quincy. The yellow Georgian mansion tells the story of the first five generations of Quincy family members. Additional tours 11 a.m. 2 p.m. July 20, Aug. 3 and 17, and Sept.


7 and 21. No charge but donations welcome. Middleborough Fourth celebration: July 3 through 7, Peirce Playground, 26 Jackson St., Middleborough. July celebration carnival July 3-7. Carnival hours 6-10 p.m. July 3, 6 and 7; 2-10 p.m. July 4; and 6-11 p.m. July 5. Wristbands 2-6 p.m. 6-10 p.m. July 4. Wristbands July 6 and 7. Note: Wristbands are subject to change due to weather. Some rides might be ticket only, no wristbands. Fantastic Firefly Festival: 6:30-9:30 p.m., North River Wildlife Sanctuary, 2000 Main St., Marshfield. With games, activities, crafts, and demonstrations, something for everyone at this family-friendly evening. Evenings Under the Stars: 7 p.m., Jane Carr Amphitheater, 1 Conservatory Drive, Hingham.


25 for lawn seating. 30 for the lawn. 25. No charge for children 2 and under. Kingston Farmer’s Market Inc.: 10 a.m. 2 p.m., first Sunday, May through October, Kingston Collection, parking lot in front of Bar Rustic, 101 Kingston Collection Way, Kingston. Shop at the market and support local farmers, producers and artisans. New Bedford Folk Festival: 11 a.m.youtube.com July 6 to 9 p.m. July 7, Zeiterion Performing Arts Center, 684 Purchase St., New Bedford, and outdoors. Contemporary, Americana, traditional, blues and Celtic folk music. In addition to the ticketed stages, the festival also features non-ticketed areas open to the public, including six blocks of craft vendors, a gourmet Food Court & Beer Garden, the Family Music and Activities Park, and the local-performer Southcoast Stage. 30 for a single day pass. Middleborough Fourth celebration: July 3 through 7, Peirce Playground, 26 Jackson St., Middleborough.


July celebration carnival July 3-7. Carnival hours 6-10 p.m. July 3, 6 and 7; 2-10 p.m. July 4; and 6-11 p.m. July 5. Wristbands 2-6 p.m. 6-10 p.m. July 4. Wristbands July 6 and 7. Note: Wristbands are subject to change due to weather. Some rides might be ticket only, no wristbands. Abington Summer Concerts: 6 p.m. Sundays, Nisby Bandstand, Abington. Held at the town’s senior center or high school in the event of rain. Free. Dogs not permitted per town bylaws. South Shore Lyme Support meeting: 6:30-8 p.m., Hingham Public Library, 66 Leavitt St., Hingham. Attendance is open to all.


Meetings usually held second Monday of the month. SShAGLY meeting: 7 p.m., First Parish Church, 842 Tremont St., Duxbury. Salt Marsh Ecology: 9:30-11 a.m., Duxbury Beach. Meet at the lot on the ocean side of the Powder Point Bridge. Learn about the benefits of salt marshes. Kayak Explorations: 9 a.m. Peter Igo Park Boat Launch, Brant Rock. Explore the Green Harbor River basin. All levels welcome; all equipment will be provided. Wacky Wednesdays family concert: 10 a.m., Jane Carr Amphitheater, 1 Conservatory Drive, Hingham. Today: Vanessa Trien and the Jumping Monkeys. 5 children 2 and older. Weymouth Market: 3:30-5:30 p.m., first Wednesday every month, Weymouth High School, Gold Cafeteria, 1 Wildcat Way, Weymouth. Free food for every Weymouth resident. Provide your own reusable grocery bag.


Alden Studio Print Lab: 6-8:30 p.m. Wednesdays, July 10 through 31, Art Complex Museum, 189 Alden St., Duxbury. Led by Kyle Turner. An opportunity to learn new skills or reignite an old passion for printmaking. 125 for a four-week session. Free Plymouth Phil concert: 6:30-7:30 p.m., Laura's Center for the Arts, Emilson/South Shore YMCA, 97 Mill St., Hanover. Take a lawn chair or a blanket and a picnic dinner and enjoy a family friendly concert by the Phil Cabaret Orchestra, conducted by Steven Karidoyanes. Outdoors in the amphitheater, weather permitting; indoors at the center if it rains. Abington Summer Concert: 7 p.m., Nisby Bandstand, Abington.


Held at the town’s senior center or high school in the event of rain. Free. Dogs not permitted per town bylaws. Satuit Concert Band: 7-8:30 p.m., Foxhill Village Independent Living, Westwood. Marches, show tunes Easy and quick booking concert tickets classical arrangements. The band, under the direction of conductor Charlie Shaffer, will perform free concerts June to September at various venues. Botany and Phycology at the Beach: 9:30-11 a.m., Duxbury Beach. Meet at the lot on the ocean side of the Powder Point Bridge. Walk a stretch of the beach with guide books in hand. Participants will challenge themselves to identify 20 species of plants or algae that thrive in the seashore community.


Friday Morning Storytime: 10:30 a.m., Paragon Carousel, 205 Nantasket Ave., Hull. Storytellers: July 12 Snow White, July 19 Anna, July 26 Alice in Wonderland, Aug. 2 Rapunzel and Flynn, Aug. 9 Cinderella, Aug. 16 Belle, Aug. 23 Aurora, Aug. 30 Elsa. Marshfield Farmers’ Market: 1-5 p.m., each Friday in summer through Oct.youtube.com 4, Marshfield Fairgrounds grandstand, 140 Main St., Marshfield. At least 30 vendors, organic and conventional local farm products, hot/cold prepared food, artisans, free kids’ activities, free parking/admission. Open rain or shine, grounds are stroller/wheelchair friendly. Levitate Music and Arts Festival: July 12-14, Marshfield Fairgrounds, 140 Main St., Marshfield. A three-day homegrown music and arts event with more than two dozen bands. All three days feature local artists, crafters and food trucks. Event starts 4 p.m. July 12 and ends 10 p.m.


Open Studios Tour kickoff reception: 5-7 p.m., Gallery Nantasket, 121 Nantasket Ave., Hull. Enjoy refreshments and a meet-and-greet with exhibiting artists, and pick up a map of the participating artists for the Hull Artists’ Open Studios Tour, held from 10 a.m. 4 p.m. July 12-14 and Aug. 16-18 throughout Hull. Admission to events are free and open to the public; children and families are welcome. Picnic and Satuit Concert Band concert: 7-8:30 p.m., Glastonbury Abbey, Hull. Marches, show tunes and classical arrangements. The band, under the direction of conductor Charlie Shaffer, will perform free concerts June to September at various venues.


Just a little more than half of start-up businesses make it to their fourth year. Are you in the process of starting a business or considering starting one? The Chamber will be hosting a Starting Your Business Workshop on Thursday, June 27, from 9 a.m. 1:30 p.m. in the Chamber conference room at 105 Hot Springs Blvd. The day will be filled with key start-up business information from a slate of business experts. The facilitators will include an accountant, a lawyer, governmental agencies, bankers, Region 9 and the SBDC.youtube.com Are you setting up your business as an LLC, a partnership or sole proprietorship?


Do you have a relationship with a bank or appropriate financing? Do you need specific business assistance with marketing, QuickBooks or other pertinent business tools? Do you know the zoning laws or requirements for your business before you open your business? Just because you want to pursue your passion, do you have the right tools to make a dream into a reality? Invest in your business now before spending tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars later in a venture that might prove unsuccessful. You will be able to speak with a myriad of experts all in one place and walk away with some key start-up business tips and pitfalls to avoid.


Be one of the successful business statistics and start off on the right foot by attending this valuable workshop. It’s summer and the events are happening. One of the benefits that many nonprofit Chamber members take advantage of is the opportunity for the Chamber to sell their event tickets. People find that stopping by the Chamber is convenient as they are on their way to the post office or other downtown errands or they can purchase tickets for multiple events in one place. Here are some of the upcoming events that you can purchase tickets for. 10 for students and children under 5 are free. For the Sunday matinee on July 7, children 10 and younger in costume get in free.


You can get your tickets for Rotary’s Casino Night.youtube.com 45 and there are a limited amount available. Purchasing a ticket also gets you entered into a cash prize drawing and you will enjoy live music, a silent auction, appetizers, a cash bar and more. Chimney Rock has tickets at the Chamber for their Solstice on the San Juan event on June 22 at 6 p.m. Native American flute, drum music and storytelling will take place at the GGP site in Centennial Park. 5 for children up to age 15. There will also be door prizes. Habitat for Humanity’s event, "Hat’s Off to Habitat" Ladies Luncheon will take place on Saturday, Aug. 17. There will be a guest speaker, luncheon, fashion show and silent auction.


Please note that ticket purchases for all events must be transacted by cash or check, no credit cards can be accepted as these are not Chamber events, but individual organizational events. If you are a nonprofit organization, a Chamber member and would like us to sell your tickets, please contact us for more information on utilizing this benefit. Don’t forget that the Chamber also has the Fourth of July parade applications and waivers available. Our renewing members this week include Pagosa Riverside Campground, the Pagosa Bar, Fort Lewis College and Tri-County Head Start. It is a busy time for our business community. Remember that staff training is one of the most important components of running your business.


The Rock and Roll Guru know that cousin Ryo is a frugal music lover. I like to have as much fun as the next headbanger, but I also like to be careful with my money and maximize the enjoyment I get for every dollar spent. With the economy still on shaky ground at best, and everyone’s job status in a questionable state (mine included), it pays to be careful with your hard earned money. Summer is here, which means summer concert season is here, and concerts are my favorite live event past time; even more so than a baseball game, which if you know me well, says a lot. We all want to enjoy a summer concert when we can, but some of us don’t want to spend a ton of money to see the show.