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Celebrate Holliston 2017

by Martha Ellis
July 10, 2017

Mark your calendars! The26th annual Celebrate Holliston festivities will be held on Saturday, September 16th.

 

Mark your calendars! The 26th annual Celebrate Holliston festivities will be held on Saturday, September 16th. The day-long celebration kicks off with a parade at 9 a.m., followed by field-day events at Goodwill Park. Activities will include some oldies but goodies—Chili Contest, Stage Acts, Inflatables—as well as some new activities that are sure to delight. In the meantime, fill out a Citizen of the Year ballot to nominate one or two community members who have made outstanding contributions to our town. Ballots can be picked up at Coffee Haven, Fiske’s, Town Hall, Casey’s, Bazel’s, Depot Package Store, Superette, and the Senior Center. You can also nominate online at www.celebrateholliston.com/vote.htlm. For more information, including how to volunteer, visit wwwhttp://www.celebrateholliston.com.celebrateholliston.com.

 

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