Sea of events planned for Seekonk area

March 22, 2014 by  

There are several events coming up in the next week in the Seekonk area that show that spring has arrived. Most likely the sponsors of the events are turning to a variety of printing services to let people know that they can come out and enjoy these warm-weather opportunities.

On Tuesday, March 25, the Mass Audubon’s Oak Knoll Wildlife and Attleboro Springs Sanctuary in Attleboro will be conducting a walk to discover the courting behavior of the woodcock, sponsored by the Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary. The woodcock performs an eccentric courtship ritual to signify that spring is in the air. The walk will take place at the Birchwood Farm in Wrentham, which offers ideal views of this display.

On Thursday, March 27th, the Children’s Advocacy Center of Bristol County will be holding its annual wing eating contest to kick off Child Abuse Prevention Month in April. The Seekonk Police Department will be competing with other police departments in Bristol County. There will be a Chinese raffle, live music by Polish Bob and Wicked Undertow, and a Live FUN107 broadcast by Michael Rock.

Finally, at the Swansea Public Library next Saturday, there will be a celebration of Maker Madness for all of those who are new to geocaching and want to learn about this fun and family-oriented game, or those who are more experienced and want to share their experiences.