Wednesday, March 6, 2013
The event will raise money for the maintenance and repair of the historic church.
The following was first published in The Portal, the newsletter of the Medfield Historical Society. Town Historian Richard DeSorgher will speak about the history of Medfield's 1789 meetinghouse, steeple, and downtown Medfield on Saturday evening, March 9, at the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, 26 North Street. The gala event--which will include live music and a dinner catered by Basil's--is a fundraising event to help maintain and repair the meetinghouse, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. Admission is $100, payable at the dinner. Reservations can be made through Sandra Andreassi at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, contact Fritz Fleischmann or Sara Drumm.
Monday, December 10, 2012
Medfield seniors enjoyed the annual event on Sunday.
Medfield seniors enjoyed the 30th annual Tri-Club Christmas Party at the American Legion on Sunday. The event was sponsored by the Medfield American Legion, the Medfield Lions Club, and the Medfield Sportsman's Club. "It's a nice day, it's a feel-good day," said Ken Heavey, a Lion who has been running the event for 15 years. "It's a sea of [holiday] red here; it's a nice time." Basil Restaurant catered the event which sells out every year at 180 seniors. This year's guests also included about 10 people from the Thomas Upham House. Desserts were prepared by the Medfield Legion Auxiliary, spirits were donated by Wally Shackley, poinsettias were donated by Medfield Properties, and decorations were provided by the Sons of Legion. …
Monday, March 26, 2012
Vote in this week's "Best Of Patch Readers' Choice" poll and defend your choice in the comments section below. Then check back Friday for the winner.
This week, we are looking for something to satisfy the ole’ sweet tooth. Medfield has seven establishments in the running for best place to get dessert in town this week. Know of one that’s not on our list? Vote for it in our comments section below and e-mail local editor Jeremie Smith at email@example.com to be added to the poll. So Medfield, which place will choose as the best place to get dessert in town? Will it be Honey’s Café and Bakery on North Street? Or Custom Cakes and Donut Express on Main Street? Or will it be one of the restaurants in town – Noon Hill Grill, Basil Restaurant or Zebra’s Bistro? And don’t forget Coffee Sensations in Lord’s Department Store or the pastries at Blue Moon Bagel Café on Main Street. Cast your …
Friday, March 16, 2012
Basil Restaurant has been named the best place to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Medfield by Medfield Patch readers.
Put on your best green and make your way over to 43 Frairy St. this weekend to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. We asked you this week to tell us where the best place to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Medfield is and after a week of polling, the results are in. As part of Medfield's Readers' Choice Best Of Patch series, we are pleased to announce the winner of the Best Place to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Medfield goes to ... Basil Restaurant! Our unscientific Medfield Patch poll shows readers will be gathering at 43 Friary St. Saturday to celebrate the Irish holiday. Basil Restaurant came back late in the week of polling to beat out Noon Hill Grill, capturing 38 of the poll's 69 votes (55 percent). The Main Street restaurant came in …
Saturday, October 8, 2011
Medfield Green, the group in town all about learning and sharing how to live green, is hosting an event with Sustainable Life Soultion's president, Laura Kischitz, on Oct. 19 at Basil Restaurant.
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Saturday, October 8, 2011
Laura Kischitz, president of Sustainable Life Solutions, will present going green around the home. Come join Medfield Green at Basil Restaurant, 43 Frairy St., in Medfield on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. and learn about proven money-saving strategies and innovative products that can reduce energy costs, rid home of toxins and reduce consumption of single use items. Kischitz has shown people how to save hundreds of dollars in their homes annually. Products available to purchase. Cash bar and light appetizers will be served. Check out Sustainable Life Solutions at www.sustainablelifesolutions.com or www.medfieldgreen.org for more information.