Oktoberfest this Friday. Tickets at http://www.hollistonhistoricalsociety.org/
Haunted Hayride - Saturday, October 21st
Celebrating The First Annual Walk of Hope - Sunday, October 22nd
Kamala classes in ZentangleĀ® and Art Journaling and SoulCollageĀ®
Placentino Book Fair October 17th & 18th. See Below
Alice in Wonderland tickets now on sale now at Prana: 429-3470

Community Farm Advisory Board to Hear from New Entry

by Bobby Blair
August 11, 2017

Community Farm Advisory Board members met Wednesday night and are pressing forward with plans to repair a foundation wall at the house on the property and put new siding on the existing barn.

Soil tests for the planting field are also planned for this fall. The board approved, for the second year, a joint partnership with the local Lion's Club to hold a haunted walk on the property. Members will hear from New Entry at their next meeting. New Entry is a program associated with Tufts Univ. to help fledgling farmers. Ironically member Amine Benali was called home towards the end of the meeting as his goats had escaped their enclosure and were heading towards freedom and the neighbor's greenery.

 

 

 

 

 

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