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Archived Page 174

September 19, 2010 - September 25, 2010

Fall Brings Colors

September 24, 2010 - Some trees have begun to show their fall colors as others struggle to survive from the lack of rainfall.  A lot of the colors you will see in the swamps are changing early and are not so brilliant from the lack of water.  For more information on potential foliage routes click here.

New Sidewalk

September 24, 2010 - Southville Road gets some new sidewalks that will join Constitution and Liberty to the Rose Garden Chinese Restaurant.

Tall and Colorful

September 24, 2010 - Not everything in the Community Gardens is vegetables.

Look Who is Excited about Boston and Southborough

September 24, 2010 - Sparkles opens up her new Book featuring Southborough Firefighters.  The firefighting dogs will be here in Southborough to autograph the new book next month.

Sparkles checking out the package

Tango has to get a good look at what's inside, too.

Tango posing with the proof of Sparkles Goes to Boston.

Quick Links
Beals Preserve
Open House

Join the Trustees of the Southborough Open Land Foundation for a morning visit to the Beals Preserve from 9 a.m. to noon, on Saturday, September 25, 2010. Marking the one year anniversary of the Grand Opening of the Beals Preserve.

 

Stop by for free refreshments and to say hello.

 

The Trustees will be clearing brush and removing invasive species along the stone walls and field edges as well as performing general clean-up activities. We welcome your help.

 

Also join us on a walk of our newest trail to Hickory Road. This wonderful pathway was built last week by volunteers from Eastern Mountain Sports, and is part of SOLF's commitment to enhancing our members' experience at Beals Preserve.

 

Our open-house is rain or shine.

 

If you are joining us in the field, proper dress is required. We may encounter poison ivy and insects. Consider using insect repellant. Check for tics when you get home. Bring gloves, handsaws and loppers.

 

Parking is at the intersection of Northboro Road and Main Street. Walk to the main entrance on the Reservoir Trail at the bridge over the Wachusett Aqueduct. Meet at the Kiosk.

 
We look forward to seeing you, and till then you can find us on Facebook
 
The SOLF Trustees
Sports and Recreation
BIG E

Admission Prices, Dates & Hours

Sept. 17 - Oct. 3, 2010

Hours of Operation
Gates open at 8 a.m.
Most exhibits and buildings are open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Avenue of States & Storrowton Village: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Midway: Sunday - Friday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.;

              Saturday, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. 
Craft Common: 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.

GATE TICKET PRICES

Purchase your tickets online and avoid waiting at the gate!
Buy your Big E tickets online and print them out at home! ($1 per ticket convenience fee)
Full price tickets & Value Passes on sale Sept. 16-Oct. 3, 2010.

Adults - $15

Children (6-12) - $10

Children (5 & under): Free

The Big E Value Pass
Adults - $40     Children (6-12) - $20
Unlimited admission all 17 days
Separate show admission for ticketed concerts.

Click here to purchase your tickets now.

VALUE PASS

Adult Value Pass - $40            Child Value Pass - $20
Available online, at The Big E Box Office & Big E Gates, and all Big Y World Class Markets, through Oct. 3
Unlimited admission all 17 days of the Fair
Separate show admission needed for ticketed concerts. 

BIG E, BIG VALUES

Opening Day - Friday, Sept. 17:
Be A Kid For A Day
- All ages $10 - Sold at the gate only, Sept. 17
Military Appreciation Day - Free admission for active duty military, Coast Guard & Reserve personnel and dependents, with military IDs. Free for veterans with ID (copy of DD214 or proof of membership to any veterans' organization)

Seniors (age 60 & over) - Mon.-Thurs., $12 
Sold at the gate only - Sept. 20-23 & 27-30

Six After Five - Monday through Thursday
Come after 5 p.m. and get in for only $6
Monday through Thursday evenings
Sold at the gate only - Sept. 20-23 & 27-30

Midway Magic Pass - $25
Unlimited rides any one day Monday through Friday or exchange for 28 ride coupons Saturday & Sunday.

ADDITIONAL PRICING

Parking Prices in Gate 9 Lot:  $10
Additional private lots are located throughout the neighborhood and are not affiliated with The Big E. Parking fees are set by the property owner and vary depending on the day and distance from the Fair.


Handicapped Parking  (see prices above) - Our paved handicapped parking area is located inside the Gate 9 parking area at Gate 9A. The number of accessible spaces we offer far exceeds the code requirement, accommodating 172 vehicles. We also isolate a two-acre plot in the immediate vicinity of the gate where we can park up to 1,000 cars of handicapped patrons. Since we attempt to accommodate every handicapped vehicle, that area is vast and not totally paved.
This area also includes a covered drop-off area that may be used to drop-off/pick up handicapped, elderly or otherwise impaired passengers to wait while their car is parked.

Camper Parking - $20
A limited number of spaces are available for self-contained camper units on a first-come, first-served basis. An additional charge of $10 will apply for each extended awning or car occupying any adjacent space.

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Museum Day at Tower Hill Botanic Garden

Tower Hill Botanic Garden, 11 French Dr., Boylston, will participate in the 6th annual Museum Day by joining with other participating museums and cultural institutions nationwide to open their doors free of charge to all visitors who download the Museum Day Ticket from Smithsonian.com   For more info, visit www.towerhillbg.org

Annual Colonial Faire and Muster

September 25, 2010

Saturday • 10am to 4pm • South Field

This much anticipated event is the highlight of the Sudbury volunteer re-enactment group's season, with living history demonstrations, children's games and activities, fife and drum muster, crafts, a variety of food vendors, and a colonial parade at 12 o'clock noon! The Sudbury Ancient Fyfe and Drum Companie will perform traditional colonial music throughout the day, including the dramatic refrains that accompanied Revolutionary War soldiers on their way into battle.

Adult admission is only $1 and includes a chance to win a $100 gift card to the Wayside Inn. Proceeds benefit the Sudbury Companies of Militia and Minute; a non-profit, educational group of colonial re-enactors that was formed in 1964 to celebrate American Heritage. Children 12 and under are admitted free of charge. The event is being held rain or shine. Visit www.sudburyminutemen.org for more information about the re-enactors.

Phone (978) 443-1776           (978) 443-1776       if you need more information about the event.

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13th Annual Country Fair
Sep 25, 2010
Through September 26. Hancock Shaker Village. Don't miss this annual favorite! Celebrate the bounty of the harvest at the Country Fair.

Moonlight

September 23, 2010 - The Harvest moon settles over the cornfield at Chestnut Hill Farm.

Calling all Southborough Open Land Foundation Members

And those who would like to be!

You have a chance to get 25% off EMS brand items and 20% off other brands in stock at any Eastern Mountain Sports on Friday and Saturday, the 1st and 2nd of October, by showing your membership card from SOLF.  For those who want to take advantage of  the discount, you can join our group, as we will be at the Marlborough store at 753 Donald J. Lynch Blvd. with a display for the two days.  You can also check us out at www.solf.org

Hope to see you there!

Meet Finz from the Worcester Sharks as he starts the race at the Southborough Rotary Annual 5KRun/Walk 10K Run on Sunday October 10 at 10am at the Neary/Trottier School Complex.

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Aside from Finz, you will have the opportunity to meet several health and fitness experts such as, Evolve Fitness, Meinengers Chiropractic, and Every Body Balance. Be sure to purchase raffle tickets and win baskets from Classic Calligraphy, Evolve Fitness, Every Body Balance, Dicks Sporting Goods, Hot Topics, Southborough Golf, Trombetta Mini Golf, $100 gift card from Roche Bros., RaceID.com the Worcester Sharks, movie passes, and more! Tickets are $1.00 each. To register to walk or run go to southboroughnews.com mysouthborough.com, southboroughrecreation.org or coolrunning.com                     

Graduate Equivalency Diploma (GED) testing to be held in October

Individuals interested in obtaining a Graduate Equivalency Diploma (GED) should register on October 5th at Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School, from 4:00 to 7:00 P.M. You must bring a photo ID, a money order for $65 made out to Assabet Valley (no cash or check accepted), and, if you are between 16 and 18 years old, a letter from your high school stating the date of withdrawal.   The GED test will be given at Assabet Valley on October 19th, 20th and 21st.  (You must be present all three nights.)

The next registration session would not be until November 2nd for the November 16th, 17th and 18th testing dates.

For more information, call Andrea Cronin at 508-485-9430   ext. 1216

 

Rep Dykema Welcomes


First Ever National Prescription Drug Take-Back

Boston— Representative Carolyn Dykema is pleased to announce that on Saturday September 25th from 10 am until 2pm the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is hosting its first ever national prescription drug take-back to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from our nation’s medicine cabinets.   The collaboration with state and local law enforcement agencies in Massachusetts has established more than 100 collection locations across the Commonwealth including the Holliston, Hopkinton and Westborough Police Stations within the 8th Middlesex District. 

This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue.  Abuse of prescription drugs is on the rise and studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends.  This take back is an opportunity to take medicines out of Massachusetts’ medicine cabinets and off the streets.  Many Americans, recognizing the potential for abuse discard their unused medicines, but flushing down the toilet or throwing out the trash are potential environmental hazards.

"This program addresses a vital need in keeping dangerous medicines out of the hands of kids and minimizing toxics getting into our water supply.” Dykema said.  “Unused prescriptions flushed down the toilet could end up back in our drinking water, and this program gives consumers a convenient and safe alternative."

The service is free and anonymous with no questions asked. To find the collection site nearest your community visit www.dea.gov.

State Representative Carolyn Dykema serves on the Joint Committee on the Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture.  She represents the towns of Holliston, Hopkinton, Medway (pct. 1), Southborough (pct. 2 & 3) and Westborough (pct. 2).

Sports and Recreation
Apologies for a mixup on the Varsity Vs JV Field Hockey Photos

ARHS Varsity Hockey Photos VS Milford High School

ARHS JV Hockey VS Milford High School

Please Join Us to Celebrate
the Acquisition of 165 Acres of Land in Lancaster and Bolton
Bolton Flats Wildlife Management Area
Center Bridge Road Near the Five Corners Area, Lancaster, Mass.
Tuesday, September 28th at 10:30 a.m.
 
These Critical Acquisitions Add to the Division of Fisheries & Wildlife’s Bolton Flats Wildlife Management Area, Link to the Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge, and Protect Habitat for Several Rare Wildlife Species, Migratory Birds, and other Wildlife
 
Directions:
The event location is just north of the bridge over the Nashua River, at the confluence of the North and South branches. Parking is available in the field.
 
From Mass Pike:
 
  • Take 495 north to Exit 27 Route 117 in Bolton
  • Proceed west on 117 through Bolton center about 3 miles to traffic light at Route 110
  • (Bolton Orchard retail store at corner serves coffee, sandwiches etc)
  • Turn left on 110 toward Clinton, and follow about 2 miles to flashing light at Five Corners
  • Take hard right (by Cumberland Farms) on Center Bridge Road
  • Event 1/4 mile on right, just after crossing Nashua River.
 
From Route 2 /Rte I- 190
 
  • Take 190 south 2.7 miles to Exit 7 Route 117
  • Go east (left) on 117, and proceed  3.1 miles to Route 70
  • Turn right on Rte 70, and proceed 1.1 miles to Lancaster Center
  • Just after town hall, turn left on Center Bridge Road.
  • Event is 1/2 mile on left.
 
Sponsored by the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs,
Department of Fish and Game, Division of Fisheries and Wildlife,
and Friends of the Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge
Traffic Congestion on the Reservoir

September 22, 2010 - Geese and ducks travel the waterways earlier this week.

Still Traces

September 22, 2010 - There are still traces of the Blue Green Algae Bloom around at the Sudbury Reservoir.

Still in the Works

September 22, 2010 - Still in the works is the Cordaville Triangle.

Fall is the time for.....

 
Do your fall decorating with our beautiful plants and flowers:  
Hardy Mums, Kale, Pumpkins, Cornstalks, Gourds & Straw.
Lots of delicious new Stonewall Kitchen foods and candles too!
Pick up some while they last....
FALL Wreaths
 Wreath
 Aromatique
Cinnamon Cider Fall
candle 
Gourds
 
 
Stonewall Kitchen 
Fall
 
New T-Shirts 
Perfect Pumpkins 
 Pumpkins
 
Gulbankian Farms Garden Center & Florist Shop
40 Mt. Vickery Rd. Southborough, MA 01772
Tel:  508-485-8979

Southborough Firefighters Deliver Baby

At 7:41 AM on Tuesday, September 21, 2010, Southborough’s 9-1-1 center received a call for a woman in labor in a car in the Walgreen’s parking lot at the intersection of Route 9 and Oak Hill Road.

Fire Department EMTs arrived on scene at 7:46 AM to find a woman in active labor in a vehicle. She was placed in Ambulance 28 and transportation was started to Metrowest Framingham Hospital at 7:50 AM

Baby Luke was born during transport to the Hospital at 7:52 AM.  Mother and son were delivered to MetroWest Medical Center without delay or incident.

Space Weather News for Sept. 22, 2010
http://spaceweather.com


GLOBAL ERUPTION ON THE SUN: This morning between 0230 UT and 0600 UT, the northern hemisphere of the sun erupted in a tumult of activity.  There was a solar flare, a coronal mass ejection, and at least two dark magnetic filaments lifting off the stellar surface. The event appears to be a smaller-scale version of the global blast in early August that sparked auroras over some US states. As before, NASA spacecraft recorded the action in detail. Visit http://spaceweather.com for movies and updates.

SOUTHWESTERN FIREBALL RIVALS THE HARVEST MOON
: Last night, sky watchers in the southwestern United States witnessed a brilliant fireball. It was almost as bright as the full Harvest Moon and caused a loud sonic boom over parts of New Mexico.  A movie of the event is highlighted on today's edition of http://spaceweather.com.

SPACE WEATHER ALERTS:  With the coming of northern autumn, aurora season is underway. Would you like a call when geomagnetic storms erupt at your latitude?  Sign up for Space Weather Phone: http://spaceweatherphone.com

You are subscribed to the Space Weather mailing list, a free service of Spaceweather.com.

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

Sports and Recreation
The Girls Win Again

September 22, 2010 - ARHS varsity beat Milford 3-0.

Soccer

September 22, 2010 - Freshmen Soccer.

Asian Longhorned Beetle Quarantine expanded to the Northborough Town Line

Asian Longhorned Beetle Quarantine Expanded to include more acerage in Holden and all of the Town of Boylston.  This brings the square milage from 76 to 94 Square miles and right to the Northborough Town Line.  What this means is that no firewood can be moved outside of the quarantine and that any tree or landscape company that works on host trees (maples, birches, willows, elm, ash, hackberry, london plane/sycamore, horse chestnut, mimosa, katsura, poplar and ) must take an Asian Longhorned Beetle Compliance Training Class. For more information go to www.beetlebusters.info or call 866-702-9938

Adult leaf feeding

adult feeding on leaf

Cut out egg site that opens to reveal egg

freshly laid Asian Longhorned beetle egg

fresh and old egg sites

what a maple looks like after a few years of eating

adult getting ready to come out and pushing the "frass"

egg sites and exit holes

pupa in chamber

larvae and tunneling in a split piece of maple

 

Grazy Daze

September 21, 2010 - The Belted Galloways enjoy the Breakneck Hill pasture.

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Woodland Road under the MA Pike Bridge will be closed tonight until about 3:00 AM tomorrow for construction repairs.

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United States Senator Scott Brown Endorses

Lew Evangelidis   

WORCESTER - Worcester County Sheriff candidate Lew Evangelidis announced today that he has received the endorsement of United States Senator Scott Brown.  The endorsement was officially announced at an event for Evangelidis which Brown attended this past weekend.  (Pictures attached)

 

In his address to the overflowing crowd at Coral Seafood on Shrewsbury Street, Brown said, “It was my pleasure to serve with Lew Evangelidis in the legislature where he earned his reputation as a reformer.  It was important for me to come out to Worcester to support Lew’s campaign because I know the challenges he will face going up against the political machine.” 

 

Brown continued, “I spent a great amount of time in Worcester County during my campaign for Senate and I know the voters will be receptive to a new kind of sheriff who is professional and independent."

 

Evangelidis said, “Senator Brown’s election to the United States Senate this past January sent a clear message that folks are ready for new leadership that is independent and not part of the old political machine.  I truly appreciate Senator Brown’s endorsement and his support throughout the remainder of our campaign.”

                                  

To learn more about Evangelidis’ campaign for Sheriff, please visit his website at www.lewforsheriff.com

Sports and Recreation
September

/24, 25, & 26:
CLASH: Cape Land and Sea Harvest, Cape Wide.

41st Annual Bourne Scallop Festival, Buzzards Bay.

9/25:
Waltham Farm Day, Waltham Fields Community Farm. Free event.

High on the Hog Farm Dinner, Drumlin Farm, Lincoln. For more information e-mail Henrietta Yelle or call 781-259-2239 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              781-259-2239      end_of_the_skype_highlighting.

2010 Ipswich Lions Chowder Festival, 12 -3, Riverwalk.

Nuestra Raíces Harvest Festival, Holyoke.

9/25 & 26:
The Working Waterfront Festival, New Bedford.

Alfalfa Farm Winery Trails & Sails Wine Tasting, to benefit Essex Heritage, Topsfield.

13th Annual Hancock Shaker Village Country Fair, Pittsfield.

The 31st Annual Apple Squeeze, Historic Village, Lenox.

9/26:
CLASH Farm to Table Dinner at Coonamessett Farm, Falmouth.

Taste Nantucket! Opening Event, Great Harbor Yacht Club.

9/27 -10/3:
5th Annual Nantucket Restaurant Week

 Thoughts of Apple Picking? Click Here

Tie

September 20, 2010 - ARHS Varsity Field Hockey took on Shrewsbury.  The game was tied at 1 - 1.

 

September 20, 2010 - Fall Soccer has begun!

Music is Lining Up

Alastair Moock

Saturday Night October 9th

~ 7:30pm Show ~

Tickets:

In advance: $15 General/$12 Students & Seniors
At the door: $18 General/$15 Students & Seniors

Steeple Coffeehouse, Southborough

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Contra Dance

First Parish UU Church
40 Church St
Northboro, MA 01532

Space Weather News for Sept. 20, 2010
http://spaceweather.com


JUPITER AT ITS BEST: Tonight, Sept. 20-21, Earth and Jupiter converge for their closest encounter in decades. The giant planet will soar across the sky at midnight, outshining everything except the Moon itself.  Although big, bright Jupiter will remain close to Earth for weeks to come, tonight is the closest of all.  Check http://spaceweather.com for images and more information.

SPACE STATION RADAR ECHO: Over the weekend, the International  Space Station flew through the radar beam of the US Air Force Space Surveillance System in Texas.  The echo was strong enough to be heard by amateur radio operators across the southern USA.  A sample echo is highlighted on today's edition of http://spaceweather.com .

SPACE WEATHER ALERTS:  With the coming of northern autumn, aurora season is underway. Would you like a call when geomagnetic storms erupt at your latitude?  Sign up for Space Weather Phone: http://spaceweatherphone.com
 

Sports and Recreation
ARHS

Monday 9/20

3:30PM B JV Football vs. Marlborough High School

3:30PM B FR Football @ Marlborough High School

3:30PM B FR Soccer @ Westboro High School

3:30PM G FR Soccer @ Westboro High School

3:30PM G V Field Hockey @ Shrewsbury High School

3:30PM G JV Volleyball vs. Westboro High School

3:30PM G FR Volleyball vs. Westboro High School

4:00PM G FR Field Hockey vs. Gardner High School

4:45PM G JV Field Hockey @ Shrewsbury High School

4:45PM G V Volleyball vs. Westboro High School

Tuesday 9/21

3:30PM B V Cross Country vs. Milford High School

3:30PM G V Cross Country vs. Milford High School

3:30PM B V Golf @ Leominster High School

3:30PM B JV Soccer vs. Shrewsbury High School

3:30PM G JV Soccer vs. Shrewsbury High School

5:00PM B V Soccer @ Shrewsbury High School

7:00PM G V Soccer @ Shrewsbury High School

Wednesday 9/22

3:30PM B FR Soccer vs. Marlborough High School

3:30PM G FR Soccer vs. Marlborough High School

3:30PM G V Field Hockey vs. Milford High School

3:30PM G FR Field Hockey @ Notre Dame Academy

4:00PM G JV Volleyball @ Wachusett Regional H.S.

4:00PM G FR Volleyball @ Hopkinton High School

4:45PM G JV Field Hockey vs. Milford High School

5:15PM G V Volleyball @ Wachusett Regional H.S.

Thursday 9/23

3:30PM B V Golf vs. Wachusett Regional H.S.

Friday 9/24

3:30PM B V Golf @ North Middlesex H S

3:30PM G FR Field Hockey @ Hopkinton High School

4:00PM B JV Soccer @ Shepherd Hill Regional HS

4:00PM G JV Soccer @ Shepherd Hill Regional HS

4:00PM G JV Volleyball vs. North Middlesex H S

4:00PM G FR Volleyball vs. North Middlesex H S

5:15PM G V Volleyball vs. North Middlesex H S

7:00PM B V Football @ Milford High School

AVRT

Monday 9/20

3:00PM B V Golf @ Worcester Technical H.S.

3:30PM B JV Football vs. Hudson High School

3:30PM B V Soccer @ Leicester High School

3:30PM G JV Soccer @ Montachustt RegVocHS

6:00PM G V Soccer vs. Montachustt RegVocHS

6:00PM G V Field Hockey @ Montachustt RegVocHS

Tuesday 9/21

3:30PM B V Cross Country vs. Montachustt RegVocHS

3:30PM G JV Volleyball @ Worcester Technical H.S.

4:00PM G V Volleyball @ Worcester Technical H.S.

Wednesday 9/22

3:00PM B V Golf vs. Bay Path RegTechHS

3:00PM B JV Golf @ BlackstoneValleyRegTechHS

3:30PM G V Soccer @ Parker School

3:30PM G JV Soccer @ Parker School

3:30PM G V Field Hockey @ Worcester North

Thursday 9/23

3:30PM B FR Football vs. BlackstoneValleyRegTechHS

3:30PM G JV Volleyball vs. Nashoba Valley TechHS

4:15PM G V Volleyball vs. Nashoba Valley TechHS

Friday 9/24

3:00PM B V Golf @ Bay Path RegTechHS

3:30PM B JV Golf @ BlackstoneValleyRegTechHS

3:30PM B V Soccer @ Parker School

3:30PM G JV Soccer @ Keefe Technical High Scho

Sport: Hockey, League: >Midgets
    Date: 9-11-2010 at 10:20a
    Team: Triboro-Midget Minor   vs   Demons Wingert
Location: NESC - Marlborough, MA
   Score: 9 to 2

Sport: Hockey, League: >Midgets
    Date: 9-17-2010 at 9:30p
    Team: Triboro-Midget Minor   vs   Midstate
Location: NESC - Marlborough, MA
   Score: 4 to 1

Sport: Hockey, League: >Midgets
    Date: 9-18-2010 at 3:50p
    Team: Triboro-Midget Minor   vs   Franklin Mc Gee
Location: NESC - Marlborough, MA
   Score: 3 to 1

The Warrior Thunder Motorcycle Run

September 19, 2010 - Motorcyclists rolled through town yesterday as they enjoyed fifty miles of Metrowest roads while raising funds for the Wounded Warrior Fund.  

Funky Tomatoes

September 19, 2010 - Time for picking and these tomatoes came out with additions.

Friday's 09/24/10 11:00 a.m. garden party on the lawn at the library - all are welcome - to celebrate and thank the Southborough Gardeners for their generous donation of new gardens and seating area on the west lawn at the library - it really is beautiful!  Rocky's Landscaping has done the work; gardeners have donated plants and time planting and weeding throughout the summer. They will also continue to maintain it. The new gardens will be beautiful for years to come!

September 19, 2010 - Another road sign for another road closure.  This one is on White Bagley Road.

Sunday  19

Monday  20

Tuesday 21

Wednesday 22

Thursday 23

Friday 24

Saturday 25

closed Story Time
Sep 20 10:30 AM  

 

 
 

 

 

LIBRARY OPEN ON SATURDAYS!

Southborough Library  website:  Click here

 

Senior Center Activities

20 Monday  21Tuesday 22 Wednesday 23 Thursday 24 Friday 25 Saturday
8:30 AM Health Clinic 8:30 am Walking Group 8:30 am Health clinic 9:30 AM Mah Jongg
9:30 AM Painting class
9:00 AM center opens
9:00 AM Dr. Cooper
9:30 am Tai Chi
8:30 AM Wii Fitness
9:00 AM Falconi Golf Tournament
10:00 AM Bocce
9:30 am Pool 10:00 AM Bocce
9:30 AM cribbage 11:00 AM Senior Singers 10:00 AM Canasta
 
12 Ping Pong
10 AM Creative Writers
12:00 PM pitch 12:30 Bingo and Lunch
12:00 PM Blue Plate Special 12:00 Pitch   1:00 PM Bridge  
2:00 PM Fitness      
2 PM Fitmess

Click here for the Senior Center Website

Support Our Senior Centers:

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

Computers:  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.

Services : Outreach: Cynthia Henderson Beard    


Hours: M, T, W 7:30 – 3:30, Th 7:30-1:30

Outreach is a service provided to seniors and their adult children. Many seniors living in the community want nothing more than to live out their years in their own homes. In order to do so, some people may need additional supports or equipment, technology or services that will enable them to do so safely. Following an assessment or interview, Outreach services can connect you with the supports and services that may help you live independently as well as safely in your own home.

These supports may include, but are not limited to;

  • Home Healthcare
  • Homemaking services
  • Medication Management
  • Personal Emergency systems
  • Adult Day Health
  • Caregiver support groups
  • Transportation
  • Equipment Vendors
  • Veterans Agent
  • SHINE counseling
  • Aging Service Access Point
  • Elder Law Attorneys
  • Geriatric Care Managers
  • Mediation

Outreach can also give you information and refer you to programs that are designed to help make things a little easier in these difficult times, such as;

  • Fuel Assistance
  • Prescription Advantage
  • Supplemental Assistance Nutrition Program and the local Food Pantry.

Many people find that their lives would be simplified by relocating to a Senior Community or an Assisted Living facility. Others may require skilled care and will need to move to a Nursing Home. There are many things to consider and it can be helpful to have someone to review the points of consideration or even have someone gather the information for you. Outreach can do this at a time when you may have other things on your mind.

Southborough meetings

September 20 to September 24, 2010

Meeting

Date

Time

Where

Capital Budget Planning Committee - Agenda 9/20 5:00 PM McAuliffe Hearing Room, Town House

Assabet Valley Regional School Committee - Agenda

9/21

7:00 PM

School Committee Conference Room, Assabet Valley Regional High School

Board of Selectmen - Agenda 9/21/10 6:30 PM McAuliffe Hearing Room Town House
Stewardship Committee - Agenda 9/21/10 7:00 PM Country Kitchen, Cordaville Hall, 9 Cordaville Road
Zoning Board of Appeals - Agenda 9/21/10 7:00 PM Upper Hall, Cordaville Hall, 9 Cordaville Road
Metropolitan Area Planning Council - Agenda 9/22 9:30 AM 60 Temple Place, Boston
Southborough Housing Authority - Agenda 9/22 7:30 pm Colonial Gardens, 49 Boston Road
Zoning Board of Appeals - Agenda 9/22 7:00 pm McAuliffe Hearing Room, Town House
Town Scholarship Committee - Agenda 9/23 7:30 PM Country Kitchen, Cordaville Hall, 9 Cordaville Road
Northborough/Southborough Regional School Committee - Subcommittee on Collective Bargaining - Agenda 9/23 6:00 PM Algonquin Regional High School Library Classroom D110i
Conservation Commission - Agenda 9.23 7:30 PM McAuliffe Hearing Room, Town House
       
       

A Proud Sponsor of the Southborough Rotary Road Race

For Registration click here

 

Annemarie's Dance Centre
111 Cherry St. Ashland, MA 01721

Learn to Dance or Improve your Dancing Skills.  Dancing for all ages and so close to town. 

Annemarie's Dance Centre
111 Cherry St. Ashland, MA 01721

   508- 881-5109    

Offers

Yoga, Ballet, Hip-hop, Jazz, Tap, Modern and More.

Check out the Movement Project which is a part of the studio and performs around Metrowest.
 

Sports and Recreation

The Marlboro Senior Softball teams were back in action after the break for the Cape Cod Classic and the Marlboro they went 4 for 6.  We wish to congratulate Jim Raymond for managing the winning 65+ B Division team to a championship at the Cape Classic.

The Marlboro Jr Panthers entertained the  Wayland Gray Sox and took both ends of the doubleheader winning the 1st game 11 to 8 and the 2nd 9 to 4.  Marlboro’s offense was led by Tom Hall 5 for 6 and Ken Cranston 4 for 6. 

The Jr Panthers then took on the Worcester Falcons and split their doubleheader winning the 1st game 7 to 3 and losing the 2nd 5 to 2.  Marlboro offense was led by Pete Mirabella and Paul Aviakian both going 3 for 5. 

           The Sr Panthers traveled to Shrewsbury and split their doubleheader winning the 1st game 11 to 7 and dropping the 2nd 13 to 12.  Marlboro’s offense was led by Steve Bober who went 7 for 8 with 2 Grand Slams and Steve Goldstein who went 6 for 8

Team Records for the year are the Sr. Panthers 10-14 – 1 and the Jr. Panthers 18 and 12.

Working at the Carwash

September 19, 2010 - Another group from ARHS washes cars as a fundraiser.  This time the ARHS Cheerleaders were raising funds.