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What's Up this Weekend?

November 2019

  • Nov
    1

    Grandparents' Day

    Grandparents will have a chance to visit up to 3 mini-classes or workshops with their grandchildren in the morning, then stay on for lunch and games/practices in the afternoon. We look forward to a fun day together!
  • JV Race 3:15

    Away
    Cross Country - Girls, Varsity vs ISL Championship
  • Field Hockey - JV

    Home
    Duffy Turf Field-2
    Field Hockey - JV vs St. Mark's School
  • Soccer - Boys, 3rds

    Home
    Gowing Track Field
    Soccer - Boys, 3rds vs St. Mark's School
  • Soccer - Boys, JV

    Home
    Upper Chapel Field
    Soccer - Boys, JV vs St. Mark's School
  • Soccer - Boys, Varsity

    Home
    Lower Chapel Field
    Soccer - Boys, Varsity vs St. Mark's School
  • Soccer - Girls, 3rds

    Home
    Martin South
    Soccer - Girls, 3rds vs St. Mark's School
  • Soccer - Girls, JV

    Home
    Martin North
    Soccer - Girls, JV vs St. Mark's School
  • Soccer - Girls, Varsity

    Home
    Duffy Turf Field-3
    Soccer - Girls, Varsity vs St. Mark's School
  • JV Race 1:00

    Away
    Cross Country - Boys, Varsity vs ISL Championship
  • Football - Varsity

    Home
    Duffy Turf Field-1
    Football - Varsity vs St. Mark's School
  • Field Hockey - Varsity

    Home
    Duffy Turf Field-2
    Field Hockey - Varsity vs St. Mark's School
  • Fall Drama: Love and Information

    Will Parker Black Box
    Enjoy our production of Love and Information, by Caryl Churchill, thought by many to be England’s best living playwright. The play, written in 2012, is a collection of 40+ short scenes depicting modern life and love in the age of information. A savant rattles off dates and facts, a couple fights about who said what, friends tell secrets with unintended consequences, a man defends his love of his virtual girlfriend…
     
    Love and information is a stylistically inventive play that will hopefully leave audiences mulling over the effect of having so many ways to get and give information in our current world.

    Contact the switchboard to reserve your free ticket at 508-748-2000.
     
     
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  • Nov
    2

    Community Weekend: Required Events by Class

    The Saturday School Day will commence at 10:00 AM for members of the junior class only and will run until Noon. Juniors will enjoy some exercises about leadership development that will complement more work on this topic later this year. Many seniors will be taking the SAT that morning, while freshmen and sophomores may sleep in. After the various morning events for Seniors and Juniors, FallFest will commence at lunch and extend through the evening's Homecoming Dance. We expect all students will enjoy FallFest and encourage them to come out for this fun community time together.

    On Sunday: Head Tour Guides and many freshmen and sophomores volunteers are required to join us at our Admissions Open House from 11:00 - 3:30 PM. If you would like to participate as a parent volunteer, please sign up here. We are expecting lots of visitors on campus eager to learn from our students what it means to be a Seawolf. We thank everyone for their participation that day.
  • Volleyball - Varsity

    Home
    Volleyball - Varsity vs Phillips Exeter Academy
  • Fall Drama: Love and Information

    Will Parker Black Box
    Enjoy our production of Love and Information, by Caryl Churchill, thought by many to be England’s best living playwright. The play, written in 2012, is a collection of 40+ short scenes depicting modern life and love in the age of information. A savant rattles off dates and facts, a couple fights about who said what, friends tell secrets with unintended consequences, a man defends his love of his virtual girlfriend…
     
    Love and information is a stylistically inventive play that will hopefully leave audiences mulling over the effect of having so many ways to get and give information in our current world.

    Contact the switchboard to reserve your free ticket at 508-748-2000.
     
    Read More
  • Nov
    3

    Community Weekend: Required Events by Class

    The Saturday School Day will commence at 10:00 AM for members of the junior class only and will run until Noon. Juniors will enjoy some exercises about leadership development that will complement more work on this topic later this year. Many seniors will be taking the SAT that morning, while freshmen and sophomores may sleep in. After the various morning events for Seniors and Juniors, FallFest will commence at lunch and extend through the evening's Homecoming Dance. We expect all students will enjoy FallFest and encourage them to come out for this fun community time together.

    On Sunday: Head Tour Guides and many freshmen and sophomores volunteers are required to join us at our Admissions Open House from 11:00 - 3:30 PM. If you would like to participate as a parent volunteer, please sign up here. We are expecting lots of visitors on campus eager to learn from our students what it means to be a Seawolf. We thank everyone for their participation that day.
  • Multicultural Breakfast

    The Great Room, 188 Front Street, Marion
    Multicultural Breakfast for families and students of color and all others wishing to learn more about our efforts to make Tabor a diverse and inclusive school community.

    Register here
  • Admissions Open House

    Please join us for a casual and informative day on campus to learn more about our unique offerings. Come whenever it is convenient between 12:00 and 2:30 PM to allow enough time for your visit. A multicultural breakfast is also available at 11:00 AM for those interested in learning more about our inclusive community.

    Pre-registration is required.

    Please visit this page for more information and to register.
  • Nov
    4

    University of California application help session

    Arms Conference Room, Library
    On Monday, Nov. 4, there will be a University of California application help session in the Arms Conference Room.  Students should bring a laptop and be willing to ask questions about how to get the application started OR ask other more fine-tuned questions.  
  • Nov
    5

    Ecuador Service Trip Info Session

    Academic Center - LYNDON NORTH - LN
    We are traveling to Ecuador 6/6 - 6/14 to engage in a service-learning trip. Please join Rick DaSilva, faculty trip sponsor, for an information session about this program on Tuesday, November 5 in Lyndon North at 7:00 PM. View the trip brochure hereExpress interest here. 
  • Nov
    6

    Fall Morning of Service (Games Follow)

    We will be enjoying a day with Special Olympics MA. Students will be notified where to meet and when. We are expecting over 200 athletes plus their families and friends on campus for this exciting day of School Day Games! 

    The Sophomore Class will be heading to Carney Academy in New Bedford to do a special activity with the students there.
  • Field Hockey - JV

    Away
    Field Hockey - JV vs Portsmouth Abbey School
  • Football - JV

    Canceled
    Away
    Football - JV vs St. George's School
  • Soccer - Girls, JV

    Canceled
    Away
    Soccer - Girls, JV vs St. George's School
  • Soccer - Boys, 3rds

    Away
    Soccer - Boys, 3rds vs Roxbury Latin School
  • Field Hockey - Varsity

    Home
    Duffy Turf Field-2
    Field Hockey - Varsity vs Pomfret School
  • Soccer - Boys, JV

    Canceled
    Home
    Duffy Turf Field-1
    Soccer - Boys, JV vs Fessenden School
  • Volleyball - Varsity

    Home
    Stone Gym
    Volleyball - Varsity vs Marianapolis Prepatory School
  • Volleyball - JV

    Home
    Field House Court 1
    Volleyball - JV vs Marianapolis Prepatory School
  • Soccer - Girls, Varsity

    Away
    Soccer - Girls, Varsity vs Dexter Southfield
  • Soccer - Boys, Varsity

    Neutral
    Soccer - Boys, Varsity vs Phillips Andover Academy
  • Fund for Tabor Volunteer Gathering

    Admission's Living Room
  • Nov
    7

    Fall Dance Recital

    Hoyt Hall, 245 Front Street, Marion
    Join us for the fall dance extravaganza! Students have been hard at work on solos, duets, and company numbers that are sure to impress. Come enjoy an evening of dance. Free and open to the public at 6:30 PM in the Fireman Center for Performing Arts at Hoyt Hall, 245 Front Street, Marion, MA.
  • Fall Drama "Almost, Maine" in the Black Box

    Will Parker Black Box
    Almost, Maine is about the people who live in the fictitious town of Almost, Maine (population 300) located in far northern  Maine. The play consists of eight 2-character scenes, each of which explores a different relationship at different points of evolution: break-ups, first loves, enduring friendships, etc.  Enjoy this take on the often unpredictable nature of love and friendship and how magical moments can occur in even the most deeply ingrained relationships. 

    Please join the cast and crew for an engaging evening of drama in the Black Box at 7:30 PM each night. To reserve your free seat, please contact the switchboard at 508-748-2000.

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  • Nov
    8

    Fall Drama "Almost, Maine" in the Black Box

    Will Parker Black Box
    Almost, Maine is about the people who live in the fictitious town of Almost, Maine (population 300) located in far northern  Maine. The play consists of eight 2-character scenes, each of which explores a different relationship at different points of evolution: break-ups, first loves, enduring friendships, etc.  Enjoy this take on the often unpredictable nature of love and friendship and how magical moments can occur in even the most deeply ingrained relationships. 

    Please join the cast and crew for an engaging evening of drama in the Black Box at 7:30 PM each night. To reserve your free seat, please contact the switchboard at 508-748-2000.

    Read More
  • Nov
    9

    Fall Drama "Almost, Maine" in the Black Box

    Will Parker Black Box
    Almost, Maine is about the people who live in the fictitious town of Almost, Maine (population 300) located in far northern  Maine. The play consists of eight 2-character scenes, each of which explores a different relationship at different points of evolution: break-ups, first loves, enduring friendships, etc.  Enjoy this take on the often unpredictable nature of love and friendship and how magical moments can occur in even the most deeply ingrained relationships. 

    Please join the cast and crew for an engaging evening of drama in the Black Box at 7:30 PM each night. To reserve your free seat, please contact the switchboard at 508-748-2000.

    Read More
  • JV Race 2:45 PM

    Away
    Cross Country - Girls, Varsity vs NEPSAC Championship
  • Field Hockey - JV

    Away
    Field Hockey - JV vs Brooks School
  • Soccer - Boys, 3rds

    Away
    Soccer - Boys, 3rds vs Brooks School
  • Field Hockey - Varsity

    Away
    Field Hockey - Varsity vs Brooks School
  • Soccer - Girls, 3rds

    Away
    Soccer - Girls, 3rds vs Brooks School
  • Soccer - Girls, JV

    Away
    Soccer - Girls, JV vs Brooks School
  • Soccer - Girls, Varsity

    Away
    Soccer - Girls, Varsity vs Brooks School
  • Soccer - Boys, JV

    Away
    Soccer - Boys, JV vs Brooks School
  • Soccer - Boys, Varsity

    Away
    Soccer - Boys, Varsity vs Brooks School
  • Volleyball - JV

    Away
    Volleyball - JV vs Brooks School
  • Volleyball - Varsity

    Away
    Volleyball - Varsity vs Brooks School
  • JV race 3:30 PM

    Away
    Cross Country - Boys, Varsity vs NEPSAC Championship
  • Football - Varsity

    Away
    Football - Varsity vs Brooks School
  • Nov
    11
  • Applied Music Recital

    Come enjoy an evening of music with our most dedicated music students. All abilities show their work at this concert that typically features voice, piano, guitar, violin, cello or combinations of all these! A relaxing time away to enjoy some music and appreciate the talents of Tabor. Come out!
  • Nov
    13

    Soccer - Boys, Varsity

    TBD
    Soccer - Boys, Varsity vs NEPSAC Championship
  • Soccer - Girls, Varsity

    TBD
    Soccer - Girls, Varsity vs NEPSAC Championship
  • NEPSAC Tournaments

  • Field Hockey - Varsity

    Home
    Playing Fields - Duffy Turf Field-2
    Field Hockey - Varsity
    vs NEPSAC Championship
    vs Phillips Andover Academy
  • Volleyball - Varsity

    Home
    Playing Fields - Stone Gym
    Volleyball - Varsity
    vs NEPSAC Championship
    vs Worcester Academy
  • Nov
    14

    New York City Reception

    233 West Street, Hudson River Park, NYC
    Join us for Join us for cocktails & hors d'oeuvres in New York at City Vineyard at Pier 26
  • Nov
    16

    NEPSAC Tournaments

  • SSATs at Tabor

  • NEPSAC Semifinals

    Away
    Volleyball - Varsity vs Kingswood Oxford
  • NEPSAC Semifinals

    Neutral
    Field Hockey - Varsity vs Hotchkiss School
  • Nov
    17

    Field Hockey - Varsity

    Neutral
    Field Hockey - Varsity vs NEPSAC Championship
  • Volleyball - Varsity

    Neutral
    Volleyball - Varsity vs NEPSAC Championship
  • Nov
    19

    Blood Drive for Dana Farber

    242 Front Street Marion
    Appointments or drop-in, call 508-748-2000 for more information. Find the Blood Mobile at 242 Front Street, Marion.
  • Nov
    22
  • Sip & Nibble

    Lillard Living room
  • Nov
    30

    Turkey Tip-Off

    Scrimmage
    Away
    Babson College
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