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March 28, 2010 - April 3, 2010

Easter Rush

April 3, 2010 - Youngsters rush for candy eggs this morning at the Kindergroup sponsored Easter Egg Hunt at the Community House.

For more photos click here

Gulbankian Farms Garden Center and Florist Shop

40 Mt. Vickery Road at the intersection with Route 85 near the Post office and Dunkin Donuts.

Pick out your Easter flowers.

Also available cards, gifts, scented candles, soaps, gourmet foods, sweaters, toys, cut flowers, seeds and much much more.

Swing in and say hello and check out all the products in the store.

Need to order flowers to send somewhere.

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For a peek at what's available in the store

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Maple Flowers

April 3, 2010 - Red Maples are opening up big time with this warmer weather.  Leaves are sure to follow soon.

Space Weather News for April 3, 2010

SPACE SHUTTLE SKY SHOW: On Monday morning, April 5th, thousands of people gathered in Florida to witness the launch of space shuttle Discovery may get more than they bargained for. Just fifteen minutes before the shuttle takes off, the International Space Station (ISS) will fly over the launch site.  The station's path across the dawn sky takes it right past the gibbous Moon--a beautiful close encounter!  Photographers should be prepared for the ISS at 6:06 am EDT followed by Discovery's launch at 6:21 am EDT. Sky watchers with iPhones can prepare themselves by downloading our Simple Satellite Tracker (http://simpleflybys.com); it will guide you to the ISS and count down to the flyby so you can't miss it.

SUNSET PLANETS:  This is for everyone. Venus and Mercury are having a close encounter on April 3rd and 4th.  Look west at sunset to see the two bright planets beaming through the twilight only 3 degrees apart.  Sky maps, pictures and more information may be found at http://spaceweather.com

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New subscribers may sign up for free space weather alerts at  http://spaceweather.com/services/ .

Easter Church Services in Southborough

Pilgrim Church, Common Street

Sunday, April 4

9 a.m. & 11 a.m. - Easter Worship Services

St. Matthew’s Church Southville Road

Holy Saturday April 3
10:00 am Confessions in the Parish Center
7:30pm Easter Vigil

Easter Sunday April 4
7:30am Mass (Church)
9:00am Mass (Church & Parish Center
11:00am Mass (Church & Parish Center)
No 6:00pm Mass

St. Anne’s Church, Boston Road

Saturday April 3

No 5:00 PM mass

7:30 PM Easter Vigil

Sunday April 4

7:30 Easter Mass

9:30 Easter Mass

11:30 Easter Mass

Southborough Inter Church’s


April 4, 2010, 6:30am, at Hopkinton State Park, Marina Area.

You are invited to join with other members of the Southborough

Christian Community in a half hour celebration of the

Resurrection. Light refreshments will be served at First

Community Church following the service.

St. Mark’s Church Main Street

Easter Sunday: 8am Eucharist, 9am & 10:45am Festival Choral Eucharist.

First Community Church of Southborough - Southville Rd

Sunday Worship: 11:00 AM

Chinese Gospel Church, Turnpike Road

Renewal Fellowship - Worship Service

WhenSun, April 4, 9:45am – 10:45am

WhereRenewal @ CGCM - 60 Turnpike Road, Southborough, MA 01772 (map)

DescriptionWeekly worship service in english. Come join us and be renewed!

Chapel of the Cross, Flanders Road, Westborough, MA

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

Monday Apr. 5
 Boys Varsity Tennis VS North Middlesex H S Algonquin 3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Tennis @ North Middlesex H S   3:30PM
 Boys Varsity Outdoor Track @ North Middlesex H S   3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Outdoor Track VS North Middlesex H S Algonquin 3:30PM
 Boys Varsity Baseball @ Quabbin Regional H.S.   4:00PM
 Boys JV Baseball VS Quabbin Regional H.S. Algonquin 4:00PM
 Girls Varsity Softball @ Quabbin Regional H.S.   4:00PM
 Girls JV Softball VS Quabbin Regional H.S. Algonquin 4:00PM
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
Monday Apr. 5
 Boys Varsity Baseball VS Keefe Technical High Scho   3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Softball VS Keefe Technical High Scho Softball Field 3:30PM
 Boys JV Baseball @ Keefe Technical High Scho Click for directions   3:30PM
 Boys Freshman Baseball @ Shawsheen Valley Tech HS Click for directions   3:30PM
 Girls JV Softball @ Marlboro High School Click for directions   3:30PM

April 3, 2010

UMass Lowell baseball (13-11, 2-6 NE-10) opens the gates of LeLacheur Park on Saturday afternoon for a double-header with Saint Rose (7-17, 2-6 NE-10) starting at 12 p.m. The River Hawks will look to reverse their two-game losing skid in front of their home fans.

Last time out, UMass Lowell came up short, 4-3, at Southern New Hampshire despite rallying for two runs in the final two innings. Freshman David Smith (Amesbury, MA) connected on two hits and two RBI, while Matt Jacobs (Hudson, MA) drove in the only other run.

Senior Dan White (Southboro, MA) battled through five hard innings, surrendering four runs and striking out five. He was relieved by Dallas Nunes (Easton, MA) who was stellar over the final three innings, allowing only one hit.

For the season, senior JT Leary (Newburyport, MA) continues to lead the pack with a .360 batting average, .418 on base percentage and 21 RBI. Luke Wallace (Yorktown Heights, NY) is hot on his tail with a .340 average, 13 RBI and a team-best five home runs.

Leading by example on the mound, junior Dustin Ramey (Kingston, NH) has been terrific through five starts. Ramey (3-2) maintains a 2.02 ERA with a team-high 32 strikeouts over 35.2 innings pitched. Likewise, Matt Monico (Tewksbury, MA) has given the bullpen a boost with a 2.18 ERA in seven appearances and a 1-1 record.

The River Hawks have a short turnaround before they return to action. UMass Lowell hosts Merrimack in a double-header on Monday starting at 3 p.m.

Springtime in the Boroughs

April 2, 2010 - Crocus plants have erupted all over town signaling warmer weather has finally arrived.

Presidential Helicopters

April 2, 2010 - Southborough Portrait Photographer Lisa Tommaney (link to: LTommaney.com) is best known for her photographs of families, children and high school seniors.  But, on Thursday, she had the rare opportunity to photograph the arrival of the helicopter detail bringing President Obama to Marlboro Airport as it flew over her house."  

ARHS Girls Lacrosse

April 2, 2010 - ARHS girls Lacrosse played Wachusett yesterday at 911 Field.

The sophomore class at Algonquin is raising funds with the Hypnotist Show at Algonquin Regional High School (79 Bartlett Street, Northborough)  at 7pm on April 8th! Open to the public, students, and families of Northborough and Southborough... a guaranteed night of [appropriate]  hysterics and fun! Admission is only $10 (less than a movie)! Students from Algonquin will be hypnotized but YOU could possibly be called from the audience to join! For more info, check out www.HypnoLorenzo.com or contact jewels66@ymail.com (sophomore class president) !

The Southborough Garden Club has established a scholarship to be awarded to a student who has been accepted to a school of higher learning or is presently attending college in one of the following fields: Arts and or Sciences related to Horticulture, Floral Design, Environmental Studies, Ecology, Conservation, Agriculture, Botany or Landscape Architecture/Design.

To be eligible, the candidate must be at least a two year resident of Southborough and demonstrate scholarship achievement and good citizenship. The amount of the award for 2010 is $2,000.00.

Applications are available at the Southborough Public Library and should be returned by April 23rd to:

Janet DeWolf

12 Latisquama Road

Southborough, MA 01772

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

Saturday Apr. 3
 Girls Varsity Softball   SCRIMMAGE - HOLLISTON 10A/CLINTON 2PM   10:00AM
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
Monday Apr. 5
 Boys Varsity Baseball VS Keefe Technical High Scho   3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Softball VS Keefe Technical High Scho Softball Field 3:30PM
 Boys JV Baseball @ Keefe Technical High Scho Click for directions   3:30PM
 Boys Freshman Baseball @ Shawsheen Valley Tech HS Click for directions   3:30PM
 Girls JV Softball @ Marlboro High School Click for directions   3:30PM
St. Mark's Lacrosse

April 2, 2010 - St. Mark's Girls played Cushing earlier in the day.

President Obama Drives through Southborough

April 1, 2010 -  President Obama's motorcade traveled from the Marlboro Airport via Southborough's route 85 and route 9 to the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency Bunker in Framingham earlier today.  Thanks to readers Rachel Truman photo above and below and Lisa Tommaney, gallery shots) for their quick thinking in shooting of the photos.

A Bit of Color

April 1, 2010 - Colors are beginning to emerge around town on the bushes and plantings. It's been a long winter.

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HYANNIS — Teresa M. (Civitenga) Pond, 80, of Hyannis, and a former resident of Southborough and Bridgewater, died Monday, March 29, 2010, at Cape Regency Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Centerville after a brief struggle with cancer.

She was the wife of Arnold E. Pond, with whom she shared 56 years of marriage.

Born in Framingham, she was a daughter of the late Duilio and Sophia (Micoli) Civitenga. A graduate of Framingham High School, she was a longtime employee of New England Telephone, later NYNEX, and retired as a supervisor after 40 years of service.

Mrs. Pond loved being with her family and enjoyed cooking for the holidays. She was a former parishioner of St. Anne's Church while residing in Southborough.

In addition to her husband, she leaves a brother, Dulio Civitenga; two nephews, Peter and Tom Civitenga; a niece, Paula Donahue and her husband Steven; a great-niece, Christina Ahern; and a great-nephew, Michael Donahue.

She was predeceased by a sister, Angela Agostinelli; a brother, Bennie Naticchioni; and a niece, Rozanne Agostinelli.

A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday, April 5, at St. Anne Church, 20 Boston Road, Southborough (www.stanne-southborough.org). Burial will follow in Rural Cemetery, Route 85, Southborough. There are no public visiting hours.

Instead of flowers, the family suggests memorial donations be made to: Children's Hospital, 300 Longwood Ave., Boston, MA 02115; or to a charity of the donor's choice.

Boyle Bros. Funeral Home of Framingham assisted with arrangements.


will be visiting the Library with



Children age 3 and up are invited to meet and learn about a variety of animals from many places!

Wednesday, April 21

2:00 pm

Please register at Children’s Room desk or by calling 508-485-5031

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

Saturday Apr. 3
 Girls Varsity Softball   SCRIMMAGE - HOLLISTON 10A/CLINTON 2PM   10:00AM
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
Monday Apr. 5
 Boys Varsity Baseball VS Keefe Technical High Scho   3:30PM
 Girls Varsity Softball VS Keefe Technical High Scho Softball Field 3:30PM
 Boys JV Baseball @ Keefe Technical High Scho Click for directions   3:30PM
 Boys Freshman Baseball @ Shawsheen Valley Tech HS Click for directions   3:30PM
 Girls JV Softball @ Marlboro High School Click for directions   3:30PM
ARHS Boys Volleyball

April 1, 2010 - A winning game for ARHS.

Close Call

March 31, 2010 - The library was saved from another flooding incident yesterday by careful vigilance.  Only a small spot on the carpet just inside this door got wet.

Help With Eradicating Invasive Species

The Southborough Open Land Foundation (SOLF) is working with the New England Wildflower Society to address invasive species on Southborough Conservation land and promote native plant conservation.

Many Southborough Residents are familiar with the invasive vine Oriental Bittersweet that engulfed the old apple orchard at the Breakneck Hill Conservation Land. The town has worked for years to eradicate the bittersweet and restore native plant populations to the conservation land. SOLF is also working to remove invasive species on the lands they own. Oriental Bittersweet is just one of many invasive species that threaten our native plants and wildlife habitat. Unfortunately there are new invasives headed our way that may pose even greater threats to our native ecosystems.

The goal of the New England Wildflower Society’s (NEWFS) project is to locate, document and eradicate new invasive species before they get established in the region. The code name for the project is “Early Detection Rapid Response” (EDRR).  To kick off the project NEWFS is holding 4 workshops to train volunteers from all 36 towns in the Sudbury Assabet and Concord Rivers Watershed (SuAsCo).

SOLF is hosting one of the NEWFS workshops on May 15th at the Southborough Fire Station. The training sessions run from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., and includes a PowerPoint presentation on the early detection species with a discussion of their identification, habitats, impacts, and control.  The rest of the morning includes a discussion of survey and documentation methods, use of GPS, and how/where to report findings.  The afternoon training is primarily in the field, doing practice surveys and documentation.

Participants will come from throughout the 36 SuAsCo Watershed towns, but SOLF is hoping for a strong attendance of Southborough residents who will then help us document and control the invasives here in town.

There was a related story in today’s Metrowest Daily News http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/news/x905412009/Volunteers-on-the-lookout-for-invasive-plants

SOLF’s Participation in the project is funded from a generous grant from The Foundation for MetroWest. Southborough residents that would like to attend or want more information are encouraged to contact SOLF’s Stewardship Coordinator Freddie Gillespie at Stewardship@solf.org

Southborough Flood Report

March 31, 2010 - The Southborough Fire Department and Emergency Management continue to monitor and respond to reports of flooding both in streets and basements. This storm comes two weeks after 6” of rain fell causing a few problems. The ground was saturated from the first storm causing additional problems.

Since the storm began two days ago, 4.62” of rain has been recorded at the Town’s Public Safety Complex.

The Emergency Management Director has been conducting assessments for the past 28 hours and monitored the situation throughout town.

The following is a synopsis of events:

·         The Fire Department has responded to 19 flooded basements calls as of 9:00 AM on March 31st. In many instances, the water threatened the home’s utilities.

·         Water has crested the spillway at the Sudbury Reservoir Dam in Fayville.

·         The Sudbury River crested its banks and water has threatened several homes on Wood Street. Sand bags were used at one home to prevent water from entering the basement.

·         A section of Wood Street was under 5” of water overnight (March 30-31) due to the Sudbury River.

·         The Sudbury River spilled its banks near River Street flooding the parking lot at 10 River Street.

·         High water in the Sudbury Reservoir threatened to close Acre Bridge Road. The water has receded during the early morning hours of March 31st.

·         All streams throughout town overflowed due to a period of heavy road during the afternoon of March 30th.

·         Water covered the driveway to St. Mark’s West Campus limiting access.

·         No one was evacuated as a result of the flooding.


at the Worcester Public Library - This conference is free (suggested donation of $5 for each day) and open to the Public

Friday, April 16 (Location: Saxe Room - Main Library) and Saturday, April 17 (Location: Banx Room - Main Library)

Two-day event featuring presentations by area genealogists on a variety of topics. Free and open to the public. Online registration at: http://www.worcpublib.org/OnlineRegistration/index.html

You must register for each day separately.

- Of other interest, Jane found an interesting Blog for those of you searching for your Irish Roots. http://irishfamilyresearch.blogspot.com:80/. Lots of good information here.  Make a pot of coffee (or tea) before you go to the site.  You will spend a lot of time reading the blog and its archives.  I wish I was Irish!

- For those of you searching for German Roots there is http://www.germanroots.com/. This site has a lot more than just German Resources, lots of USA resources too!

Events & Essentials E-news

In the News...

Could lowering blood pressure help stop dementia? In the ongoing search to find treatments - and maybe one day even a cure - for dementia, researchers are focusing their attention on high blood pressure, long a culprit for a variety of other ills and an ailment for which many drugs are already available.  Read the full story in  HealthDay 

New Hampshire's Leading Alzheimer's Conference
Care to Cure CARE TO CURE: The Latest in Alzheimer's Research and Caregiving Strategies
Saturday, May 22, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Sweeney Auditorium, New Hampshire Technical Institute
Concord, NH
Experts present the latest on Alzheimer's research as well as offering practical tips and techniques in caregiving strategies. Featuring: Dr. Michael Wolfe, internationally recognized researcher at Brigham & Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, and Jo Ann Jordan, RN, BS, M.Ed, dementia specialist, nurse and educator. Free for caregivers and $10 for professionals. To register, call 603-606.6590
CLICK for details. 
Reduce and Prevent the Risk of Falling
Older woman with daughterWe are all moving around more with the warm spring weather. Anyone can fall, but the risk is higher in older people. The risk of falling can change with aging, medical conditions and the environment. Why take chances? To prevent falls: identify and correct unsafe conditions, such as lighting, clutter and, loose electrical cords. Also, proper foot care, eye care, and physical activity can help reduce the risk. Ask your doctor or primary health care provider for advice. Canes and walkers can lend stability and reduce the risk of falling. Together, these measures can mean a safer spring. For more advice on Alzheimer's issues, call the 24/7 Helpline at 800.272.3900.
Map Through the Maze Professionals' Conference
A Map Through the Maze: Interdisciplinary Conference for Alzheimer Care Professionals
Wednesday, May 5, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Royal Plaza Hotel, Marlborough, MA
For those working with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, 'Map" is the place to learn current and cutting-edge approaches to treatment and care. Keynote presenter, Anna Ortigara, RN, MS, FAAN, will inspire you to redefine the possibilities. Choose from 41 breakout sessions. Click here for more details
You can be an advocate!
 DC summit 10 
In March, advocates from New Hampshire and Massachusetts joined with 700 other Alzheimer advocates to ask D.C. to support research and policies that affect those with Alzheimer's. Are you ready to get involved? Call or e-mail Jennifer Carter at 617.8968.6718.
The Arts and the Alzheimer's Brain
Thursday, April 15th
6:15 p.m. Registration and hors d'oeuvres
7:00 p.m. Presentation
Worcester Senior Center
128 Providence St, Worcester, MA
Featuring Brandon Ally, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology at Boston University School of Medicine, discussing how music and visual art in everyday life can improve memory in those diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. For more information or to reserve your seat, call or e-mail Laura Bombrun at 800.272.3900.
Learn About Alzheimer's:  Events Near You
Alzheimer's Association Partnerships are regional, affiliated organizations that offer educational programs for family and professional caregivers. Upcoming events include:
Alzheimer's Disease: Navigating the Journey
Wednesday, April 7, 5:30 p.m.
Concord Council on Aging, 1276 Main Street, Concord, MA
Click here for more details 
Understanding and Coping with Alzheimer's Disease
Saturday, April 10, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Burlington Council on Aging, 61 Centre Street, Burlington, MA 
Click here for more details,  
Practical Approaches to Personal Care: Working Together for Success
Wednesday, April 14, 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Oak Point, 200 Oak Point Drive, Middleboro, MA
Nationally recognized speaker and educator, Teepa Snow, discusses with humor and personal insights how to work together for success.Proceeds from benefit those in need of Care Assistance Grants.
Click here for more details,  
22nd Annual Merrimack Valley Alzheimer's Conference: Finding Balance in a Time of Change
Saturday, April 24, 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Wyndham Andover Hotel, 123 Old River Road, Andover, MA
Respite care available.
To register, call Janice Boyd at 800.892.0890, ext. 1321. Registration deadline is Monday, April 19.
Addressing the Multiple Needs of An Individual with Dementia
Wednesday, April 14, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon
Fidelity Bank, 9 Leominster Connector, Leominster, MA
Featured speakers include: Nicole McGurin, MS, Early Stage Program Manager for the Alzheimer's Association and Dr. Nuzhat Farooqui, Medical Director at Heywood Hospital Geriatric Psychiatry Unit.
To register, please call the Alzheimer's Association Central Regional Office at 508.799.2386 or  Julie McMurray 
Click here for more details, 
Our Programs Can Help You Manage the Challenges
For a complete calendar list of Alzheimer's Association programs, click on the photo.  Programs are always free for families; some fees apply to health care professionals. 
It's Not Supposed to Happen Like This
partnersA program for the partners of people with younger onset dementia (before age 65)
Wednesday, April 21,  7:00-8:30 p.m.
Alzheimer's Association, 311 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA 
Peter W. Ham, a licensed mental health counselor with more than 20 years experience in the field of dementia, will lead a workshop for the partners and  spouses of people with Alzheimer's disease, frontotemporal dementia, and related disorders who are under the age of 65. He'll address: intimacy, children, employment, support, and health care.  Free, but preregistration is required. E-mail Nicole McGurin or call 617.393.2005 to reserve your spot. Co-sponsored by The Association for Frontotemporal Dementias.
Meet Volunteer Brian Casey
Brian CaseyBrian K. Casey, 35
Profession: Business Systems Analyst
Hometown: I was raised in Everett, I reside in Melrose presently
My mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 1993 (I was 18). I have run 2 Boston Marathons with the Association's Run for the Memory (RFTM) team and been a member of 2 Reach the Beach relay teams. I joined the RFTM leadership team in spring 2009, and over this past winter I was able to work with the race director of Max Performance Triathlons and the Association's Michelle Gonzalez in expanding the RFTM program into triathlons for 2010. Just recently I began working with a small team to organize a group focused on reaching out to people in their 20s and 30s and getting them involved with the Alzheimer's Association.
What do you most want people to know about Alzheimer's disease?
This is not an 'old persons' disease. While the disease may affect the older individual - the devastation affects the entire family.  As a disease without a cure and one that can strike any of us, it's in our own best interest as well as those of our loved ones to push for better treatments and a cure. For people who have dealt with the disease, I want them to know what an eye-opening experience it is to be out in the public as a volunteer or fundraiser for the Alzheimer's Association. When dealing with my mother's illness, it was never something we talked about much with people outside of the family, and I understand that many families deal with the disease the same way. For me, one of the most amazing things about getting out behind an Association banner and asking for people's support was the number of individuals who would share their own experience with the disease. They seem grateful to see someone working for the cause and are always very generous in their support.
Why did you decide to get involved with the Alzheimer's Association?I needed to do something to help find better treatments, and to help other families deal with the disease. It's an awful thing to watch the effects this disease has on a person and the family - and to know that there is no option for a treatment is disheartening. I hope that in my lifetime I can see this changed.
Do you run? 
 Join us! The Alzheimer's Association's Run for the Memory 
team is seeking runners and volunteers to participate in our spring/summer running program.
* Boston 2010, April 19, 2010, 
Qualified marathon runners still welcome; 
* Run2Remember, May 30, 2010, Applications available online; and * Max Performance Triathlon Series, Summer, 2010, perfect for first-time triathletes! For information, visit the Run Website. Or contact Michelle Gonzalez.

Answers to your questions about Alzheimer's. Available 24/7 800.272.3900
or contact us at our
Helpline Online.

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Coping with Early Stage Memory Loss

Sign-up today. Learn techniques for living with early memory loss.

 April 29th  1-2:30 p.m.
 Fall River. MA
 Public Library

To register, call 800.272.3900

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Volunteer Today!
Do you want to fight Alzheimer's on the front line? Become a volunteer today. Massachusetts,
 For NH, call 603.606.6590.
Golf for the Cause
13th Annual Verizon Wireless Make the Link Golf Tournament
 Monday June 14, 2010
Golf Course at Turner Hill
Ipswich MA
Red, Hot and 30!
Red Hot and 30! is this year's festive Night at the Pops theme as we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Alzheimer's Association, MA/NH. It's the music of Cole Porter and a fabulous evening.  CLICK here for info.  Contact Sheila Watnick for more information.
It's not too early
It's not too early to register for Memory Walk.  CLICK to sign up for one of our 13 September walks.  Watch for a special incentive if you sign up online and raise $50 by May 31.
Ride or Volunteer
Memory Ride
Memory Ride - Saturday July 24, 2010
Click above to register 
Bring a friend! For each new rider (or rider that hasn't participated since 2006) recruited to your team, receive $25 credit toward your fundraising minimum!  Come join the fun and help us work towards the elimination of Alzheimer's!  There are 20, 62, or 100 mile route options available - something for everyone!    
Younger Onset
Monday, May 10th
 7:00-9:00 p.m.
311 Arsenal St.
Watertown, MA 
Legal and Financial Issues and Younger Onset Dementia. Special event focused on the unique issues people who are under the age of 65 encounter when they have a diagnosis of Alzheimer's or a related dementia. Click for info.
Medical Grand Rounds
Alzheimer's Disease: Can We Avoid the Expected Tsunami?  Medical Grand Rounds with Benjamin Liptzin, MD, Professor and Deputy Chair of Psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine and Chair, Dept. of Psychiatry at Baystate Medical Center, Springfield.  Dakin Conference Room, Cooley Dickinson Hospital, Northampton, MA.  Monday, April 5, 7:30-9:00PM.  Free.  Contact 413.582.2022 for more information.
Save the Date
Making Rounds with Oscar
 May 20th
311 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA 
A special presentation by author David Dorsa, M.D.
Watch for details. Read about this remarkable book in our blog, Mind Matters.

Our Vision:  a world without Alzheimer's disease.

Alzheimer's Association, Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter
311 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA 02472
regional offices:
Raynham, Springfield and Worcester, MA and Bedford and Lebanon, NH
617.868.6718  MA |  603.606.6590 NH | 800.272.3900 24/7 Helpline

Learn to Write Poetry, Attend Poetry Readings during the Southborough Public Library During Poetry Festival in April
The Southborough Library will host three poetry writing workshops and several poetry readings during the Poetry Festival at the Library, 25 Main Street, Southborough, throughout the month of April. These events are free and open to the public.

The workshops will be led by Southborough resident and poet, Anna Catone, whose poems have appeared in the Boston Review, Caketrain, Commonweal, Post Road and elsewhere.  She holds an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College, an MA from the Bread Loaf School of English at Middlebury College and an undergraduate degree from Princeton University.  She is a poetry editor at The Cortland Review.  Poetry workshops include:

On Thursday, April 8, from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m., Poetry and Image, the object poems

On Thursday, April 15, from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.,  Poetry and Music, blessings and curses

On April 22, from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. Poetry and Mystery, dream poems

Come to one or to all three workshops and perfect your poetry writing skill.

On Friday, April 9 from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. “My Favorite Poem” workshop – bring your favorite poem and read it to the group, or have someone read it for you.

And as part of the Library’s Poetry Festival, plan to attend these Poetry Readings:

Wednesday, April 7, 7:00 p.m. a reading and performance by poet Marlon Carey, who brings a youthful approach to poetry. Marlon, also called Inphynit, is a dynamic performer who mixes reggae, hip hop, the spoken word and R & B. A member of four National poetry slam teams, Marlon was voted Best Hip Hop Artist-Male in 2002 & 2003 at The Cambridge Poetry Awards.

On Tuesday, April 13, 7:00 p.m. The Worcester County Poetry Association presents readings by the top three winners of the 2009 Poetry Writing Contest.

On Wednesday, April 21, 4:00 p.m., join the Daughters of the British Empire for a Tea Party event, with readings from the English poets read by these British women.  Bring a favorite English poem, and have them read it for you!

On Friday, April 23, 3:30 p.m., there will be a poetry reading by Anna Catone, Southborough Library’s “Poet in Residence,”  also featuring poetry from the Thursday workshops.

On Wednesday, April 28, 7:00 p.m., come to the library for a poetry reading by Ian Williams. Mr. Williams is the author of a book of poems, You Know Who You Are, and a forthcoming collection of short stories, Not Anyone’s Anything.  He completed his Ph.D. in English at the University of Toronto and currently teaches at Fitchburg State College. His writing has appeared in Arc, Contemporary Verse 2, jubilat, The Antigonish Review, Matrix Magazine and elsewhere. 

Visiting poets are being funded through a grant from the Southborough Local Cultural Arts Council. The Friends of the Library will provide refreshments for the Poetry Festival events.

Please call the library (508-485-5031) for more information, or to register for any event. Take advantage of this great learning opportunity at the Southborough Public Library. Check on line at the library’s web site:  www.southboroughlib.org for a calendar of events and for more details about the April Poetry Festival at the Southborough Library.


Woodward Wingo Family Night


Please join us Friday, April 9th from 5pm-8pm at

the Woodward School for our Annual Wingo Night!!

There will be 2 WINGO sessions:

Session 1: 5:15-6:30pm

Session 2: 6:45-8:00pm

Cost: BINGO Booklets cost $3 each or 2 Books for

$5. Each Booklet has 5 Games in it. Plan on 1-2

Booklets per person playing.

Come Early or Stay Late to enjoy the

Book Fair, and have a Pizza Meal Deal.

If you are interested in volunteering to help with this fun

night please contact Rachel Zides, rzides@verizon.net or

Cathy Kea, cathykea@yahoo.com

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Thursday Apr. 1
 Boys Varsity Lacrosse @ Wachusett Regional H.S.   4:00PM
 Girls Varsity Lacrosse VS Wachusett Regional H.S. 9/11 Field in 4:00PM
 Girls JV Lacrosse VS Wachusett Regional H.S. 9/11 Field in 5:30PM
 Boys JV Lacrosse @ Wachusett Regional H.S.   5:30PM
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Thursday Apr. 1
 Boys Varsity Lacrosse @ Northeast Reg. Tech. High Click for directions   3:30PM
Rainwater Everywhere in Town

March 30, 2010 - The Sudbury River roars over the millpond dam with all the rain.

Reading Dogs

March 30, 2010 - Last week Ellen Collins had a book signing for her two books.  The book signing was held at Pet's Gone Healthy in Marlborough, MA.  The owners of the store, Ken and Sandy Wheeler have offered a contest that ends this weekend.  Guess the number of Dog bones in the odd shaped vase on the counter and you win the dog bones.  The second runner up will get a copy of Ellen's signed book.  Above photo is Brandy and Tori reading the books first. Below photo is (L) Sandy Wheeler and (R) Ellen Collins.

Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation Dedicated to Helping Keep Children Fire Safe


Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation, based in Clarksville, Arkansas, was recently designated as a tax exempt, 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit corporation organized specifically for charitable and educational purposes.


Founded by Fire Safety Educator Dayna Hilton, a firefighter, the foundation’s mission is to help keep children and their caregiver's fire safe nationwide. The Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation develops and distributes educationally sound innovative fire safety related materials at little or no cost to children and their caregivers, fire departments, schools and other organizations.


According to the United States Fire Administration’s Children and Fire in the United States Report (1994-1997), the very young (those under age five) have a much greater risk from fire than others. The group accounts for 11% of fire-related deaths~ the highest population for any age group. 


Hilton, a nationally recognized fire safety expert, along with her fire safety dogs, have made it their mission to save lives, reduce injuries and decrease property loss from fire for almost a decade, concentrating their fire safety efforts on children in pre- and elementary schools and their caregivers.


Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation's mascot, Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog, rescued from a home with 62 other dogs and adopted by Hilton in 2003, has received critical acclaim along with Hilton, for their innovative fire safety programming methods. Together, the two have reached millions of children and their caregivers their efforts have resulted in helping save the lives of two children and members of their families.


The Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation goals include the following:


  • To be the premier fire safety education association for children and their caregivers

  • Identify characteristics of excellence in fire safety education

  • Provide a forum to promote fire safety for children and their caregivers in America and throughout the world

  • Promote continuous improvement in fire safety education through utilizing the latest fire safety research, thereby benefiting children, their families and the public

  • Establish a continuing relationship with individuals and groups interested in promoting excellence in fire safety, including schools, business and industry, government agencies and professional associations

  • Promote innovation and creativity in teaching and learning fire safety, including the sharing of best practices and assisting in the professional development of fire safety educators

  • Be a resource and provide beneficial services for schools, fire departments, and fire safety educators concerning issues in fire safety education

  • To assist fire departments in benchmarking through the sharing of best practices and providing research and information

  • To support worthy projects and research in fire safety education

  • To present appropriate awards to and confer recognition upon outstanding supporters of fire safety education

To learn more about the foundation or to support the work of the foundation in helping keep children and their caregiver’s fire safe, please visit the foundation’s website at www.keepkidsfiresafe.org.


Photo: Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation Founder and Executive Director, Dayna Hilton, firefighter and fire safety educator, along with her canine companion, Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog.

High Water and Slow Trains

March 30, 2010 - The MBTA and CSX Freight have been running slower schedules due to weather related problems.


The Southborough Players presents in conjunction with the internationally acclaimed Missoula Children’s Theatre “The Pied Pier”

SOUTHBOROUGH, Mass.--Auditions for the Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) production of “The Pied Piper” will be held on Monday, April 12 at 4:30 p.m. at Margaret A. Neary Elementary School, located at 57 Parkerville Road in Southborough.

There are roles for students Kindergarten through grade 12.  Approximately 50-60 local students will be cast to appear in the Shows with the MCT Tour Actor/Director.  There is no guarantee that everyone who auditions will be cast in the play.

Audition Details: Students wishing to audition must arrive by the scheduled starting time and stay for the entire two-hour session. The first rehearsal begins approximately 15-30 minutes after the audition. This is a group audition – no advance preparation is necessary. Students should just be ready to come and have a good time!  All who are cast will be required to pay a $65 participation fee at the conclusion of the auditions.  This fee will help with production costs and include five scheduled theatre workshops to be presented by the tour directors from MCT.  A detailed rehearsal schedule will be distributed at the end of the audition. All those cast must be available for all scheduled performances.

Rehearsal Details: Rehearsals will be every day from 4:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m. at Neary Elementary School.  Although not all cast members will be needed at every session, those auditioning must have a clear schedule for the entire week and if selected, be able to attend all rehearsals required for their role.  Cast members scheduled for the full 4 ½ hours of rehearsal will be asked to bring a sack lunch, dinner or snack. 

Show Details:  “The Pied Piper” will take place on Saturday, April 17 at 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. at the Trottier Middle School, located at 49 Parkerville Road in Southborough.  The students in the cast will be called for dress rehearsal before the performance that day.  All those cast must be available for all scheduled performances.

About the Presenters: The Missoula Children’s Theatre is a non-profit organization based in Missoula, Montana.  This coming year more than 65,000 cast members across the globe will take to the stage to the delight and applause of their families, friends, community, neighbors and teachers!  The residency in Southborough is made possible by The Southborough Players, who have been offering quality community theatre in the Metrowest area for more than 40 years. Tania Saunders, a director for MCT, is an alumnus of Southborough Players.

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Wednesday Mar. 31
 Girls Varsity Softball   **Postponed To Tba - **Scrimmage - Vs Natick   3:30PM
 Boys JV Volleyball VS Clinton High School Algonquin 6:00PM
 Boys Varsity Volleyball VS Clinton High School Algonquin 7:00PM
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Wednesday Mar. 31
 Boys Varsity Lacrosse @ Northeast Reg. Tech. High Click for directions   3:30PM
REI, Cochituate Road/Route 30 Framingham, MA April Calendar of Events

Open Climbing at REI Framingham

Join us at REI's Climbing Pinnacle.

Read more about this event

When: 04/03/2010 01:00 PM
Cost: Free

REI will be closed on Easter, April 4th

All REI Massachusetts stores will be closed on Easter, April 4th.

Read more about this event

When: 04/04/2010 06:00 AM
Cost: Free

Fundamentals of Map & Compass Class

Learn the basics of how to read a map and compass in this interactive and hands-on class. Our professional navigation instructors will teach you features of a map, how to identify your position and plan routes. Maps and compasses provided, bring your own if you prefer.

Read more about this event

When: 04/08/2010 06:30 PM
Cost: $

Reel Paddling Film Festival

REI, Charles River Canoe & Kayak and the Kendall Square Cinema proudly present the 2010 Reel Paddling Film Festival World Tour on Thursday, April 8 beginning at 7:00 pm.

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When: 04/08/2010 07:00 PM
Cost: Free

Introduction to Map & Compass Class

On this course You'll learn to read map contour lines and translate them to the actual terrain. With your compass we'll teach you about magnetic north, true north and declination. Then we'll put it all together to pinpoint your location and plan your route.

Read more about this event

When: 04/10/2010 09:00 AM
Cost: $

Introduction to Road Cycling Class

This outing is for riders beginning cyclists or those looking for a refresher course. We'll cover basic riding techniques, road riding etiquette, risks, and basic bike maintenance skills.

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When: 04/10/2010 09:00 AM
Cost: $

Garage Sale

Everyone's favorite event is back!

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When: 04/10/2010 10:00 AM
Cost: Free

Fundamentals of Rock Climbing Class

Learn the basics of climbing in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. This class will include an overview of the sport as well as individualized instruction in belaying, climbing equipment and climbing technique. All gear is provided.

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When: 04/10/2010 06:30 PM
Cost: $

Wayland Earth Day Celebration

The Wayland Public Schools' Green Team is celebrating the 40th anniversary of Earth Day by hosting an Earth Day Celebration at the Wayland Town Building.

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When: 04/11/2010 11:00 AM
Cost: Free

Open Climbing at REI Framingham

Join us at REI's Climbing Pinnacle. Whether a veteran, beginner, or never experienced the thrill of indoor climbing, this event is for you!

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When: 04/11/2010 01:00 PM
Cost: $



 (SOUTHBOROUGH, Mass., March 29, 2010) – Southborough Extended Day Program’s “Summer Fun Club” registration is in full swing.   The program runs from June 28th through August 13th at Trottier Middle School.  The program, for children from Kindergarten through fifth grade, offers a variety of fun activities including field trips, arts & crafts, outdoor play, sports, cooking, science and drama.  The popular weekly “gym and swim” component is back every Tuesday from 9-12 at the Suburban Athletic Club in Framingham.  Campers will have a 30 minutes swim lesson and 60 minutes of gym activities.

New this year to SEPD is “Weekly Nature Programs”.  In collaboration with the Southborough Open Land Foundation, SEDP camp children may participate in a variety of activities related to nature.  This is a complimentary program offered on Thursdays.

Sign up for one day, one week or the entire summer.  The flexibility of this program can not be beat!  Get in on early bird and family discounts.

For more information, or to sign up for the Summer Fun Club, simply call (508) 481-9353, or visit the Southborough Extended Day Program’s website at www.southboroughextendedday.com

ARHS Hypnotist Show

"You are getting very sleepy.... Come see the Hypnotist Show at Algonquin Regional High School (79 Bartlett Street, Northborough) at 7pm on April 8th!  Open to the public, students, and families of Northborough and Southborough... a guaranteed night of [appropriate] hysterics and fun!  Admission is only $10 (less than a movie)!  Students from Algonquin will be hypnotized but YOU could possibly be called from the audience to join!  For more info, check out www.HypnoLorenzo.com or contact jewels66@ymail.com (sophomore class president) !"

Space Weather News for March 29, 2010

"RADIO-ACTIVE" SUNSPOT:  Over the weekend, big sunspot 1057 emitted a series of radio bursts that caused roaring sounds to issue from the loudspeakers of shortwave receivers.  Visit today's edition of http://spaceweather.com to hear a sample "roar" and to find out how you can build your own solar radio burst monitor. 

FIRST FULL MOON OF NORTHERN SPRING: According to folklore, tonight's full Moon has a special name--the Worm Moon. It signals the coming of northern spring, a thawing of the soil, and the first stirrings of earthworms in long-dormant gardens. Step outside tonight and behold the wakening landscape. "Worm moonlight" is prettier than it sounds.

SHUTTLE SIGHTINGS:  Space shuttle Discovery is set to launch to the International Space Station on April 5th.   During the 13-day mission, the two spaceships will make a series of bright flybys over North America.  Check the Simple Satellite Tracker for viewing opportunities: http://spaceweather.com/flybys.  And don't forget, there's an app for that, too:  http://simpleflybys.com

Sudbury Valley Trustees


Wolbach Farm, Sudbury           

Wednesday April 21, 1:00-2:00pm

Professional Puppeteer Deborah Costine, winner of UNIMA USA Citation of Excellence will tell us the story “A Woodland

Cinderella”.  In this variation on the classic story, the rude stepsister thinks the prince will choose her because she has the most “stuff.” But the prince is interested in someone with true “goodness.” This story uses traditional hand puppets in a stage that looks like a tree!

Registration required.  Cost $5 per person. Maximum cost: $15 per family for SVT Members, $20 for Non-Members. Recommended for ages 3 and older.

For additional information and registration, visit www.svtweb.org or call 978-443-5588.

Coming Up at Tatnuck Booksellers, Lyman Street Westborough, MA




St. Mark’s School

Southborough, MA


Invitational Choral Festival

Friday, April 9, 2010  7:30 pm

Class of 1945 Hall

Center for the Arts

St. Mark’s School is hosting a sixth annual SPRING SING  Invitational Choral Festival on Friday, April 9, 2010 at 7:30 pm.  Choral groups from St. Mark’s, Groton School and Fay School will be joined by the Boston University Chamber Singers for this evening of singing in the Class of 1945 Hall on the St. Mark’s School campus in Southborough, MA.  Admission is free and the public is welcome to attend.  Parking is available adjacent to the Center for the Arts.  The Class of 1945 Hall is handicapped accessible.

For further information,  call 508-786-6331.  For directions to the School, go to http://stmarksschool.org

Due to Passover the Southborough Advisory Committee's meeting scheduled for tonight HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

Gov. Deval Patrick has declared a state of emergency as of 15:05 today, March 29, 2010 and mobilized the National Guard as the state braces for potential flooding from the latest storm.

The governor says all of the state's rivers are likely to reach flood stage in the next couple of days, and because the ground is
saturated from prior rain storms, it is difficult for the water to be absorbed.

Patrick told a Monday afternoon briefing at the state's emergency management headquarters that 700 National Guard troops
will be deployed by daybreak Tuesday to help in several capacities, including sandbagging and, if necessary, evacuations.

Patrick says no mandatory evacuations had been ordered as of yet, but residents of flood zones should be prepared to leave their homes quickly if flood waters rise.

Forecast for More Rain

The forecast for the next few days calls for 3-6 inches of rain throughout the Commonwealth, with localized higher amounts possible.  With many rivers still in minor flood stages from the previous two rain storms, and the ground so thoroughly saturated, it is certain that street flooding and minor to moderate flooding of rivers and streams will occur.  Today, the Governor reminded the public about precautions it should take, and updated people on the state’s efforts to prepare and assist local communities with response needs. 

Message to Citizens

  • People need to monitor the forecast.  In many areas, it will make a big difference whether we get 2" to 3" of rain, in which case there may be widespread minor flooding like we saw during the second rain storm last week (March 25).  But, if we get as much as 5" or 6" in some places, there may be widespread moderate and even major flooding, similar to the first rain storm (March 12-15).  

  • People who had water in their homes in the last few weeks should plan for more water in their homes.  Now is the time to check sump pumps, to move things that may be damaged or destroyed by rising water, to place sandbags if necessary.  And, people should have a plan if they experience power outages and their sump pumps won't work.

  • People who had to evacuate their homes in the past two weeks should have plans to evacuate again.  This means having a plan to leave before the waters rise to a dangerous level, and knowing what they will take and where they will go.

  • Finally, people who live or work in areas where roads were impassable over the past few weeks because of high water should plan for that to happen again. 

  • Do not get caught unprepared.  People who need supplies should get them now, before the storm hits.  If you don't have an emergency kit at home, please purchase flashlights, batteries, food, water, medicines, and other basic supplies.

  • Please remember to use extreme caution around rising rivers and in flooded areas.  Currents can be deceptively fast and dangerous and this is not a time to be canoeing or kayaking in our rivers.  The waters are dangerous.  People should pay particular attention to children - fascination may draw them towards dangerous waters.

  • Pay close attention to downed power lines, particularly around water.

  • As with any rainstorm when rain is falling fast in great quantity, drivers are encouraged to drive carefully and drive safe.  Be aware that the commute may take a little longer than usual.

  • Additional flood safety tips can be found on our  website at http:www.mass.gov/mema 

  • Please call 211 with questions or non-emergency concerns.  For emergencies, please dial 911.

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Tuesday Mar. 30
 Girls Varsity Softball   **Scrimmage - Vs Natick   3:30PM
 Boys Varsity Lacrosse VS Groton Dunstable Regional 9/11 Field in 4:00PM
 Boys JV Lacrosse VS Groton Dunstable Regional 9/11 Field in 5:30PM
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
Wednesday Mar. 31
 Boys Varsity Lacrosse @ Northeast Reg. Tech. High Click for directions   3:30PM

March 29, 2010 - ARHS Girls Lacrosse scrimmages Saturday.

It was March Madness at the Finn School

March 28, 2010 - Runners take off for the second annual March Madness run Saturday morning.

St. Mark's Takes A Closer Look

March 28, 2010 - Story Musgrave was the keynote speaker for America 2010- St. Mark's Takes A Closer Look. The students started the day together in the class of 1945 Hall hearing from astronaut Story Musgrave. Musgrave was as student at St. Mark’s but never graduated, instead he joined the U.S. Marines and was stationed in Korea, where he was an aircraft electrician and an engine mechanic. He started flying with the Marines and over the next 55 years accumulated 18,000 hours in over 160 aircraft. He is a parachutist with over 800 freefalls. Musgrave may be best known for his work as a NASA astronaut. He worked for NASA for over 30 years and flew on six spaceflights. He performed the first shuttle spacewalk on Challenger's first flight, was a pilot on an astronomy mission, conducted two classified DOD missions, was the lead spacewalker on the Hubble Telescope repair mission and on his last flight, operated an electronic chip manufacturing satellite on Columbia.

After listening to Mr. Musgrave, students broke into smaller groups to listen to various speakers including Southborough resident Ari Haseotes, President of Cumberland Farms.  The day completed with  C. Boyden Gray ’60. Gray is a lawyer who has worked as White House Counsel to President George H. W. Bush, was Ambassador to the EU from 2006-2008, and most recently has served as the Special Envoy for European Affairs and Special Envoy for Eurasian Energy at the Mission of the United States to the European Union.

For more information and photos of the event click here.


Flood Watch In effect from Monday afternoon through Tuesday Afternoon,
The NWS in taunton has issued a
Flood watch for portions of northern Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, Including The Following areas, In Northern Connecticut, Hartford Ct, Tolland Ct And windham ct. In Massachusetts, Eastern Franklin Ma, Eastern hampden ma, Eastern Hampshire Ma, Northern Middlesex Ma, northern worcester ma, Southern Worcester Ma, Western franklin ma, Western Hampden Ma and western hampshire ma. In Rhode Island, Eastern Kent Ri, Northwest Providence Ri, southeast providence ri, Washington Ri And western kent ri.
From Monday afternoon through Tuesday afternoon
A slow moving low pressure system will bring the potential for 2.50 to 5 inches of rain Monday through Tuesday afternoon. There is still some uncertainty where the heaviest rainfall axis will set up. Our initial concern will be for western Massachusetts and northern Connecticut. This area will slowly transition eastward and onto the coastal plain Monday night and Tuesday. Flood watches will probably be expanded northeastward and extended into the middle of the week in later forecasts.
This heavy rainfall may result in significant small stream flooding later Monday, And Especially Monday night into Tuesday. In addition, There Also Is the potential for significant urban and poor drainage street flooding over this time.
Many of the larger rivers may take until late Monday night or Tuesday to go into flood. However, The Potential Exists for substantial river flooding by the middle of next week. Individuals that have experienced significant flooding over the last month should be taking steps now to prepare for another potentially significant flood event.
Precautionary/preparedness actions,
A flood watch means there is a potential for flooding based on current forecasts.
You should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible flood warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared to take action should flooding develop.

Southborough Library

Sunday 28 Monday 29 Tuesday 30 Wednesday 31 Thursday 1 Friday 2 Saturday 3

Storytime ages 2-5 years 10:30 AM




ages 2-5 years 10:30 AM 



Storytime ages 2-5 10:30 AM


Toddler Time
Mar 25 11:00 AM  






   Music by David Garden
Apr 03 11:00 AM  

The Library has a great new website:  Click here

For the March Calendar with Reminders click here

Don't Forget you can pick up Tax forms at the library

Senior Center Activities

29  Monday  30 Tuesday 31  Wednesday 1 Thursday 2 Friday 3 Saturday
8:30 am Health Clinic
7:45 am Walking Group
9:30 Pool
9:30 Mah Jongg


9:00 Friday Hours
9:00 AM Center Opens
9:30 am Tai Chi
10:00 AM Creative Writers
9:30 AM Cribbage 11:00 Senior Singers 10 AM Hearing Screening  
12:00 PM Blue Plate Special
12 Ping Pong
11:30 AM Power of Attorney Presentation
10:00 Canasta
  12 PM Pitch 12:30 PM Food for life 12 Pitch  
2 PM fitness     1 PM Bridge 1 PM Water Aerobics

Click here for the new Senior Center Website

Support Our Senior Centers:

Stop on in and get your "Senior Centers Bumper Sticker"


We now have two computers in the hall before you enter our main room that are now hooked up to the internet. You will be able to read e-mail and look up information as well as play some fun card games. Feel free to sit down and use the computers. Let us know if you would like any help.

Southborough meetings

March 29 -  April 3, 2010





Advisory Committee 3/29 7:30 PM Hearing Room Town House
Stewardship Committee 3/30 7:00 PM Country Kitchen Cordaville Hall
Assabet Valley Regional Vocational School Building Committee 3/31 7:00 PM Assabet Valley Regional School Committee Conference Room
Special Meeting of the Northborough/Southborough Regional School Committee - Agenda 3/31 7:00 PM Library, Algonquin Regional High School
ZAC (Zoning Advisory Committee) 3/31 7:00 PM Upper Hall, Cordaville Hall
Southborough  Recreation Commission 4/1 7:30 PM Recreation Office 21 Highland Street

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Algonquin Regional High School

TOMORROW'S EVENTS - Monday Mar. 29
 Boys Varsity Volleyball @ Marlborough High School   4:00PM
 Boys JV Volleyball @ Marlborough High School   5:30PM
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School

No Events Scheduled

ARHS LaCrosse

March 28, 2010 - ARHS Lacrosse team played against Lasalle Saturday.