1. 12th Annual Walk Against Breast Cancer
2. Agricultural Commission to Plant Cranberries this Sunday
3. Now Showing on HCAT
Updated 10 - 18 - 2014
4. Invites Mailed for Veterans' Dinner
5. Free Dental Care Day
Harelick Dental Associates of Holliston 2 Smith Row Holliston, MA will host a Free Care Day in conjunction with Impact Health International providing the first 100+ adults with free dental care on Thursday, November 6, 2014.
6. A Haunted Hayride
Rumors of a school override. The Selectmen authorizing a new traffic study. A chance encounter with a member of the Democratic Town Committee. Yes, Holliston can be a scary place in which to live.
7. Beavers Take on Mission Springs - again
The bridge behind Mission Springs is entirely underwater as is the access to the bridge.
8. Library News
9. 17th Annual Cystic Fibrosis Cycle For Life
Once again, Holliston hosted the Annual Cystic Fibrosis Cycle For Life, with 378 registered riders and 290 actually riding today in rain. "I started the event in 1998 as a way to support my niece Haylee. We raised $ 8,500 that first year. We brought in $264,000 this year. Nationwide, the various CF Cycles for Life are anticipated to raise $4.5 million this year", said Matt Varrell.
10. On Writing A Memoir
The Holliston Historical Society is hosting a program this Wednesday, October 15, 7:30 PM. The subject is "On Writing A Memoir" by Thatcher Freund.
11. Don't Miss this Year's Senior Class Auction & Bazaar
Starts Monday, October 13, 2014 at Holliston High School, 370 Hollis Street @ 9AM
12. HYDRANT FLUSHING
The Department of Public Works will be flushing Fire Hydrants BEGINNING OCTOBER 14, 2014
13. Water Bills Cometh
The quarterly water bills will be mailed out October 17, 2014. This bill reflects water usage for the period July - September 2014 and any arrears. Bills are due in the Water Department office by Monday , November 17, 2014 at 4:30p.m.
14. Officer John Johnson's Killer to Remain Behind Bars
Police Chief John Moore released the Parole Board's decision on the request of Rolando Jimenez to be paroled.
15. Selectmen Interview Lieutenant Candidates
The Board of Selectmen met on Wednesday afternoon to interview four applicants for the open lieutenant position on the Holliston Police Department. It is a difficult decision as each applicant has qualifiations in experience, education, and personal attributes.
16. Brockert Lauded by American Legion Post 47
17. Holliston Business Association's 4th Annual Metrowest Brewfest
This year over 40 breweries will be represented pouring over 150 of the finest brews and meads in Metrowest and Massachusetts.
18. OKTOBERFEST 2014
Join us for the 17th annual Holliston Historical Society Oktoberfest celebration. Our 1815 barn is the perfect venue for this festive occasion. Members of the Society volunteer for the set up, cooking, serving, decorations and clean up. Come and meet them as well as your Holliston neighbors and friends. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17th at 7:00 PM
19. Dancing Art's Nutracker
Dancing Arts Center is thrilled to announce that this year’s production of The Nutcracker will be held at the beautifully restored Norwood Theater in Norwood, Massachusetts. DAC will perform the full-length version of this classic ballet, and will include both Dancing Arts Center Students as well as professional dancers. Special student shows reserved for school groups will be held Friday December 19, and regular performances will be held Saturday, December 20 and Sunday, December 21 This an an opportunity for families to enjoy an affordable production of the full-length Nutcracker story.
20. The Hamlet Art Exhibit
Local artist and townie, Ed Hamlet, displayed and offered his art work for sale on Saturday, October 4, at his home on Maple Street. This is the first time his beautiful and original art work has been displayed publicly. Ed has been painting, as a hobby, for about 80 years in his home studio.