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Holliston Community Calendar – December 2019

The holiday season is in full swing. There’s lots to do around town – enjoy!

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Holliston Historical Society Holiday Open House

You’re invited to enjoy the historic Asa Whiting House beautifully decorated with greens and flowers by the Holliston Garden Club, along with displays from the Society’s collections in seasonal settings.

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HDAAC Opens ‘Changing Perceptions through Art and Story Telling’ Exhibit

HDAAC presents ‘An Evening of Spreading Hope and Building Resiliency’ this Wednesday evening.

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Santa Visits the Holiday Stroll

Holliston was buzzing with activity from early to late – culminating in the Annual Tree Lighting at Blair Square.

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Santas I Have Known

Santas appear often in the folklore and traditional stories of the season but only some of them capture the true spirit of the holiday and only a few are generous and thoughtful and want simply to bring joy to others.

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Breakfast With Santa

The Annual Lions Club Breakfast with Santa will be held on December 8, 2019 in the Placentino/Miller cafeteria.

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Curbside Leaf Pickup Next Week

E.L. Harvey will be picking up leaves at curbside during the week of December 2, 2019.

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Holliston Senior Center December Activities

Lots to enjoy during December at the Senior Center- be sure to sign up.
UPDATE – HPD Holiday Luncheon moved to WEDNESDAY, Dec 4th.

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December Elementary School Lunch Menu

From Susan Palefsky

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October Real Estate Sales; Part 2

Here are the remaining Holliston sales recorded during October 2019.

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What’s Cooking Over at The Community Farm?

The Holliston Community Farm located on Rogers Road is evolving into a valuable community resource since the property was acquired in 2014.

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Legislature Passes Historic Education Funding Bill

Last week, Representative Carolyn Dykema joined her colleagues to vote to enact S.2365, An act relative to educational opportunities for students, or the “Student Opportunity Act,” investing an additional $1.5 billion in the Commonwealth’s public schools over seven years. On Tuesday, Governor Charlie Baker signed the bill into law at a high school in West Roxbury.

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