*** Pasta With Santa ., Dec. 11th 5:30 to 7:30 pm, Pinecrest Golf Course ***
Delayed Trash Pickup For Thursday and Friday Residents - Thanksgiving
The HBA's Annual Holiday Stroll, next Saturday, November 25 from 11;00a-6:00p
HDAAC Parent Support Group-Tues 11/21/17, 7:30- Christ The King Lutheran Church
** Breakfast With Santa, Sunday Dec. 3rd **
*** HBA Holiday Stroll Saturday Nov. 25th ***
Holliston High School Presents GREASE - see below

A Taste of Holliston This Sunday

by Patricia Pereira
April 20, 2017

 This Sunday, April 23, 2017, the 10th Annual “A Taste of Holliston” is being held at the Holliston Historical Society from 1PM to 3PM. Tickets ($20) are available at Depot Package Store, Crafted, Fiske’s General Store, Holliston Superette, and Coffee Haven. They may also be purchased on our website,  www.hollistonhistoricalsociety.org. Some may also be available on the day of, at the door.

This year’s vendors include a variety of foods from hearty bar food, traditional fare and Italian to Japanese, Mexican and Indian. Desserts, beer, wine, coffee, tea and soft drinks complete this menu.

Hope to see you at the “Taste”

 

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