1. 101 Baseball Book Signing
Author Josh Pahigian visited Mudville on Saturday and met with the Holliston Mudville Baseball team at Casey's and signed his book 101 Baseball Places to See Before You Strike Out that includes a chapter acknowledging Holliston as the home of the Thayer's Casey at the Bat poem.
2. New Office for Parks/ Recreation and Family Services
100 Central Street is now the home offices of Holliston Parks & Recreation and Family Services.The have moved from the Flagg Building at 100 Linden Street. These are considered temporary offices. Is the Veristat property their future home?
3. Dancing Arts Center Students Advance
Dancing Arts Center is proud to announce that four of its students will attend renowned intensive dance programs across the countrry this summer.
4. Downtown Parking Just Got Better
5. Now Showing on HCAT
Updated 04- 17 - 2015
6. Selectmen Meet April 15th
7. 101 Baseball Places to See Before You Strike Out
8. WHAT’S BLOOMING THIS WEEK FOR HOLLISTON IN BLOOM?
Free balsam tree seedlings will be provided by Ahronian Landscaping at the High School on Community Shredding Day Saturday, April 18 from 9 AM - noon.
9. New Yoga Classes at The Prana Center
10. Historical Commission OK's Partial Demolition
11. Flagg School Tenants Move
12. Second Chance Toys
As a special Earth Week initiative, one extraordinary charity is working to put toys in the hands of underprivileged children, while helping to keep thousands of pounds of nonbiodegradable waste out of our landfills.
13. Fourth Annual Shredding Day
Holliston's 4th Annual Community Shredding Day is on Saturday, April 18th fron 9:00am to Noon at the Holliston High School parking lot. A great opportunity to shred, recycle and repurpose many items around the housse.
14. Holliston Hosts the Five Town Special Olympics
Holliston hosted the third Annual Five Town School Day Games for student athletes "who have been training this school year to display their track and field abilities in a way that highlights their strengths and abilities as special Olympians."
15. Paul Revere Rides Again
History is alive as Paul Revere and William Dawes ride from Boston to Lexington on Patriots' Day. Or is it Marathon Day? The ride from Boston to Lexington will be re-enacted on Monday, April 20th by the Tobin brothers and the National Lancers. The Tobins and Revere have Holliston in common.
16. Yo-Yo Class at Fiske's
Saturday morning at Fiske's General Store was the place to be to learn about controlling a Yo-Yo as this once popular toy of the 1990's is returning to popularity with kids of all ages.
17. Neurofeedback Comes to Holliston
Dr. Anita Kite announced today the opening of her new Holliston-based neurofeedback practice, called Training Waves. Her office is located 770 Washington Street, Suite #7C on the 2nd floor in Holliston and will be the first neurofeedback practice to open in the immediate area.
18. Eighth Annual A Taste of Holliston
On Sunday, May 3, 2015, The Holliston Historical Society will host our 8th Annual “A Taste of Holliston” from 1 PM to 3 PM.
19. Selectmen Meet April 8
The main topics of discussion at this meeting were the revised water rates and interesting special articles on the warrant of the Town Meeting scheduled for Monday, May 4, 2015.
20. What is Blooming for Holliston in Bloom?
Holliston in Bloom is getting ready for another busy season. New walkway, bike racks, picnic tables, seasonal plantings, all community projects. And the judges are coming in July to check us out.