Free events for Westborough teens in grades 6-10 this week
Hot Summer Nights continues with more summer fun: FREE EVENTS!
Game Night! Is coming up Monday, July 23 from 6-8pm in the Forbes Municipal Building (45 W. Main St.) 2nd floor, room 23. Come and show your gaming skills at Jenga, Bananagrams, Apples to Apples, Cranium, UNO, and much more! Snacks and drinks will also be provided! This event is FREE!
Yoga & Nia Dance Class! Is coming up on Wednesday, July 25 from 6:30-8:30pm in the Forbes Municipal Building (45 W. Main St.) 2nd floor, auditorium. Get into the groove with Nia dance teachings by Jenny Silverberg of Studio Joy, get your wellness on by getting loose with yoga experts Sam Goldman of Bikram Yoga and Marry Ann of Metrowest Yoga. Snacks and drinks will be provided and don’t forget this event is FREE!
You can pick up a HSN program booklet and registration forms at the Youth & Family Services Office, Room 21, on the second floor of the Forbes Building (45 W. Main St.), at the Westborough Library or at the Town Hall. Or you can download the registration form from the HSN webpage here: www.town.westborough.ma.us/HSN
The complete list of HSN events can be found online: http://town.westborough.ma.us/Public_Documents/WestboroughMA_Youth/2012_HSN_Booklet_website.pdf
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Bay State Green Summer Concert - Sunday July 22, 2012
Venue: Bay State Green “Summer Concerts in the Park”
Address: 10 Union St., Bay State Commons Shopping Center, Westborough MA 01581\
THE MONDAYS Rock/Alternative ~ catchy pop hooks blending with up-tempo drum beats and melodic keyboards that just won't escape your head!! The Mondays are similar to bands like Green Day, U2, and in some respects, Billy Joel. Their music is upbeat alternative tracks that you can move to!
Westborough’s FIRST annual “Summer Concerts in the Park” is looking spectacular … with a mix of national and regional musical acts performing on warm summer nights and Sunday afternoons!Seating is on the lawn ~ Bring a blanket or lawn chair, bubbles, a picnic spread or eat-in / take-out at a local restaurant and enjoy the music!
Admission is FREE however we are asking for a Suggested Donation to help compensate the artists and promoter:
$5 / Person OR $20 / Family
You will be given a raffle ticket when donating. In the middle and at the end of a show, I will call out MANY numbers. You could win a "gift certificate" to a local Restaurant or Sports Club in the area!!
For further information, please see
Westborough Town website: http://www.town.westborough.ma.us
Sally Johnson Website: http://www.sallyjohnsonpresents.com/joomla
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The Mondays: www.myspace.com/themondaysworldwide
Westborough Community Band Concert - Sunday Jul 15, 2012
Grab a chair, picnic , family and friends and relax with the Westborough Community Band on Sunday, July 15th. In their fourth year under the leadership of Matthew Lefebvre, they will play at the Bay State Commons bandstand from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Their first concert this season was at the Westborough Fourth of July Block Party.
Over 60 musicians from various towns will play patriotic music, pop, American standards and more during the concert. The band practices every Wednesday and is open to all. The musicians range from high school to retired professional musicians who enjoy playing and performing. The band is thankful to the Westborough Cultural Council for their continued support through grants each year. For questions on rehearsals contact Kathy Cincotta at firstname.lastname@example.org.Add a comment
The Wild and Wonderful World of Insects - WCLT meeting June 11, 7PM
Monday, June 11, 2012
7:00 - 8:00 PM
St. Luke’s Parish Hall, 1 Ruggles Street
For forty days and forty nights, naturalists Charley Eiseman and Noah Charney traveled the continent. They returned with thousands of photographs, not of Yosemite's grand vistas or Yellowstone's bison herds, but of tiny eggs stuck to flagpoles, origami made by beetles, and the artfully crafted portable houses of caddisfly larvae. The trip was field work for their new book, Tracks and Sign of Insects and Other Invertebrates, which won the 2010 National Outdoor Book Award for best nature guidebook. Egg cases, cocoons, galls, leaf mines, burrows, nests, and many other curiosities are illustrated in the book’s pages. In this talk, the authors will show images of exquisite invertebrate-created objects, discuss mind-boggling natural history, and share amusing anecdotes from their eccentric journeys. Professional entomologists and bug-haters alike have found themselves rolling with laughter and staring in horrified fascination during this entertaining presentation. Presentation followed by reception and refreshments.
8:00 - 9:00 PM: Annual Meeting
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WCLT thanks community for 15 years of support
To the Editor:
The Westborough Community Land Trust (WCLT) would like to express its gratitude to all those in the community who have helped us celebrate our 15th anniversary. Our gratitude also goes to the people of Westborough for their support over the past 15 years as our organization has grown from 14 founders to more than 300 residents. Thanks to all who have volunteered their time and labor, made monetary contributions, left bequests, or donated land and easements.
We appreciate the people who have attended our walks and talks, taken part in our activities such as our nature photography contest and the annual Earth Day clean-up, and joined our work parties. They have helped WCLT to clear invasive plants and build and maintain Charm Bracelet and other trails, as well as open space areas such as WCLT’s Gilmore Pond. To gain a greater appreciation of nature, residents and teachers have regularly read WCLT’s “Nature Notes.”
For our gala 15th anniversary wine tasting, we thank Arturo’s Ristorante for hosting the event and Julio’s Liquors for providing the wine. Domenic Fabiano and Dan McCurley, along with the staff of Arturo’s, created a memorable celebration. Tim Korby from Julio's Liquors/Angel Share and his wine experts ensured the party’s success.
We are also grateful to these donors of our prizes: the O'Reilly Family, the Emery Family Farm, Nan Burke, Lake Champlain Chocolates, Kate Bardsley, Ian and Maureen Johnson, and Tim Koehler. Each guest took home a wine glass, etched with the WCLT logo, as a special anniversary memento. Cellist James Hardy of Worcester and St. John's school provided beautiful music.
Proceeds from this celebration benefit WCLT and the cause of land preservation in Westborough. We thank all of our members, old and new, for supporting us.
Westborough Community Land Trust (WCLT)
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