Zachary's will be making it's long anticipated move, ready to open its new, larger location on Wednesday.
The popular breakfast and lunch establishment closed its longtime home at the corner of Washington St. and Brock St. last Friday.
Zachary's will reopen Wednesday, September 4 at its new space at 1778 Washington St. in the Planet Fitness Plaza, owner Joe McGovern said.
It's about a 1.5 mile move down Route 138/Washington St.
The new location will have about twice the seating capacity as the old location.
Corner Cafe on the Move
Meanwhile, the former Zachary's location will not stay vacant long.
Corner Cafe, currently located at the old Best Pals location at Canton and School Streets, is planning a move to a new corner in town - the now vacant restaurant space at Washington and Brock Streets, owner Ed Wormald said.
Corner Cafe, which also serves breakfast and lunch, opened in February of 2012.
The old Zachary's location will give Corner Cafe more parking and more seating inside.
No set date has been announced for the move, although it could come as soon as later this month. In the meantime, Corner Cafe will remain open at its current location.
Bob’s Famous Foodmart Gearing Up for Annual Kid’s Day, 5K Run
Bob’s Famous Foomart will be hosting its 9th Annual Kid’s Day and 4th Annual Bob DiMatteo Memorial 5K Run (and 5K Walk) Sunday, September 8 at Bob’s (289 Park St. in Stoughton).It’s two events in one. All the fun takes place, rain or shine, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
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STOYAC Basketball Signups
STOYAC Basketball signups for the recreation league will be held Wednesday, September 11 and Thursday, September 12 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the O'Donnell Middle School Cafeteria
- 2nd grade - instructional
- 3rd and 4th grades - peewees
- 5th and 6th grades - juniors
- 7th and 8th grades - seniors
- 9th through 12th grades - graduates (non high school team players)
For further information, call 781-344-8304.
Each summer, Stoughton usually sends a 12-year-old baseball team to the Cooperstown All Star Village for a chance to play against teams from all around the country.
Stoughton's 2014 Cooperstown team is already getting a head start on fundraising, organizing a dodgeball night at Dirt Dawg Sports in Canton (40 Industrial Drive, off of Route 138).
All the fun takes place Friday, September 20, from 7-9 p.m. at Dirt Dawgs. Cost is $10 per person or $45 per team.
There will also be a bake sale and 50/50 raffle.
Any questions or to pre-register contact Wendy May at (508) 272-0188 or email@example.com.