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Feb. 17 Around Foxborough | Winter Family Party, Hal McIntyre, Boxing Bootcamp, All About Line, Bell Choir, Youth Groups, Sporting Clays, Worship, And More!

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February 17, 2019

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  • Feb. 17 – Classic Fishing Seminars at @BassProShops ends 2/17/19.*

  • Feb. 17 – Norton High School at The Artist’s Studio & Gallery at Patriot Place ends 2/17/19.*

  • Feb. 17 – Kids Choir at Bethany Church UCC 11:15 a.m.*

  • Feb. 17 – FRD’s Winter Family Party 12:00 pm. – 4:00 p.m.*

  • Feb. 17 – Sporting Clays, 5-Stand, and Skeet & Trap at ISC 1:00 p.m.*

  • Feb. 17 – Classic Fishing Seminar (“Casting Spinning, or Spin cast Outfits; What tackle to use and why”) at #BPSFoxborough 1:30 p.m.*

  • Feb. 17 – Hal McIntyre and his Orchestra at Orpheum/MRPAC 2:00 p.m.*

  • Feb. 17 – Classic Fishing Seminar (“All about line: what type to use and basic knot tying”) at #BPSFoxborough 3:30 p.m.*

  • Feb. 17 – Youth Groups at #COEAlliance 5:00 p.m.*
  • Feb. 17 – Youth Groups Cancelled.*
  • Feb. 17 – Ignite at Union Church 5:00 p.m.*
  • Feb. 17 – Sunday A.A. Group 7:00 p.m.*
  • Feb. 17 – Band Rehearsal at Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer 7:00 p.m.*

Fun Stuff & Interesting Information

  • Feb. 17 – #NHLBruins at Kings 10:30 p.m.*

  • Feb. 17 – Today is Champion Crab Races Day.*

  • Feb. 17 – Today is Daytona 500.*

  • Feb. 17 – Today is National Indian Pudding Day.*

  • Feb. 17 – Today is National PTA Founders Day.*

  • Feb. 17 – Find more weather and storm information for Foxborough via http://www.02035.org/residents.htm

  • Feb. 17 – On February 17, 1897, the first convocation of the National Congress of Mothers was held in Washington D.C.*

  • Feb. 17 – The first ship passed through the Suez Canal on February 17, 1867.*

  • Feb. 17 – On February 17, 1968, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts opened.*

  • Feb. 17 – on February 17, 1923, the burial chamber of Tutankhamun was unsealed by Howard Carter.*

  • Feb. 17 – Columbia, South Carolina burned down on February 17, 1865.***

  • Feb. 17 – Frances Willard became the first woman honored in National Statuary Hall on February 17, 1905.***

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