Please join us for a fall open house with homemade treats and a magic show. Children of all ages welcome. Sunday, November 6th from 2-4 at The Doolittle Home.
We have rescheduled our 2nd annual outdoor concert featuring the Point N Swing Big Band to Sunday, June 12th at 2pm. The Doolittle Home invites the community to join our residents for a lovely afternoon of music and refreshments in our private park adjacent to the parking lot at 16 Bird Street. Bring a folding chair or a blanket and get ready for an old fashioned good time. Balloons, a bubble machine, face painting and cookies and punch will engage youngsters and adults alike. If you have any questions, please call Virginia at 508-543-2694. Hope to see you there!
Please note that we have postponed the concert scheduled for Sunday, May 15th at 2pm in The Doolittle Home private park due to the predicted cool, windy weather in the 50’s with a chance of sprinkles. We will reschedule with the 15-piece band and post the new date soon. Thank you for your understanding.
Don’t miss your opportunity to support The Doolittle Home in our 100th Anniversary benefit golf tournament on Monday, August 24 at Foxborough Country Club. Sign up to play 18 holes of golf, with a cart and lunch in the clubhouse for $125 per person. If you don’t golf, come for lunch ($25) and enjoy the amazing raffle items up for grabs from foursome golf outings at area country clubs, to Red Sox tickets, Adirondack chairs from Walpole Woodworkers, spa and restaurant gift cards, theme baskets, and more.
Businesses and organizations are invited to be a Tee Box sponsor for $150 or supply a raffle item to be included in the publicity and celebration.
Call or email Virginia today for all the details! email@example.com or 508-543-2694
The Doolittle Home will be celebrating our 100th anniversary year in the Foxborough Founders Day Parade on Saturday, June 13 at 10 am. Watch for residents, staff, trustees and family members when you see the Aqua 1948 Ford F1. We will be passing out candy that was invented 100 years ago. Any ideas of what types of candy they may be? You will see you on Saturday!
Sunday, May 17th proved to be a perfect spring day for an afternoon of family, friends and music in The Doolittle Home’s private park. The Stardust Saxophone Quartet entertained residents and visitors alike with songs from the early 1900’s to the themes from Toy Story and The Muppets, a few Beatles classics and more. Add ballons, bubbles, cookies and punch, what more do you need on a lovely day?
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Foxboro Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.