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Upcoming Events in October

by Mary Greendale
October 12, 2018

Here's a list of several events coming up this month...if you have something to add, please let us know.

Oct. 14             2:00 Sherborn and Holliston Historical Societies learn about the local cranberry industry (19th century). Community Building in Sherborn, between the library and church. No admission charge.

Oct 19             7:00 Silent Auction and Gala - Senior Class HHS - Upper Town Hall. Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/class-of-2019-senior-silent-auction-and-gala-tickets-49851104997?aff=ebdssbdestsearch#tickets - $25 online, $30 at door.

Oct. 19            7:00 Oktoberfest - Historical Society - Tickets at Fiske's, Superette, Crafted - $25

Oct. 20            Prana’s Beauty and the Beast, Jr., at Middle School -  1:00 and 3:00 - all other performances (18 and 19) look sold out but check just in case. 
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Oct. 20               5:00  Haunted Walk at Community Farm, sponsored by Lions Club, $5 for kids, adults $10.

Oct. 27             9:00 to noon -  Flu Clinic - no charge - Placentino Cafeteria

Oct. 29             7:30 Special Town Meeting - sponsored by all of us - High School auditorium. No admission charge.


 

 

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