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Sundays

Time:

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Repeats:

This event repeats every week.

Location:

Goff Hall in Rehoboth

Street:

123 Bay State Road

City State Zip:

Rehoboth, MA

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Directions to Goff Hall

From the west: Take Route 44 east to Rehoboth and turn right on Bay State Road
(about 1.6 miles east of the town line with Seekonk). There will be a blue Library sign at
the intersection. Travel along Bay State Road (it's curvy; take it slow) until you see Goff
Hall (123 Bay State Road) on the left.

From the east: Take Route 44 west to Rehoboth and turn left on Route 118 (this is an
intersection with a traffic light and a Cumberland Farms on the corner). Travel down
Route 118 to Bay State Road (about 0.6 miles) and turn right onto Bay State Road.
Travel on Bay State Road to see you Goff Hall (123 Bay State Road) on the right.
From the south: Take Interstate 195 to Exit 3 (Route 6/Route 118) and get on to Route
6 going east and almost immediately turn left onto Route 118. Travel north on Route
118 for about 6.5 miles to County Road and turn left onto County Road. County Road
then merges with Bay State Road. After the merger, look for Goff Hall (123 Bay State
Road) on the right.

From the north: Take Interstate 95 to Exit 5 in Massachusetts (Route 152) and follow
the signs to Route 152. Turn right onto Route 152 and travel south into the center of
Attleboro. At the center, turn onto Route 118 east/south and follow Route 118 out of
Attleboro and into Rehoboth. Continue on Route 118 and go through the intersection
with Route 44 (this intersection has a traffic light and a Cumberland Farms on the
corner. Travel down Route 118 to Bay State Road (about 0.6 miles) and turn right onto
Bay State Road. Travel on Bay State Road to see you Goff Hall (123 Bay State Road) on
the right.


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