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Stories and Tales of Our Town

Compiled by The Bolton Historical Society Information comes primarily from the Bolton Historical archives and Esther Whitcomb’s book “History of Bolton.” The Historical Society articles run every other week, with Roger Breeze’s older columns running alternate weeks. Wilder’s Bolton Agent Sampson Vryling Stoddard Wilder needed someone he could trust to run his business affairs in […]

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Bolton Parks & Rec

From the Town of Bolton Parks & Recreation Department The Town of Bolton – Parks & Recreation Department would like to commend and thank SRO, Officer Casey McCarthy & Firefighter/EMT Koury McDowell for taking the time & effort out of their day to give the extended day program within our summer programs, a tour of […]

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Calendar of Events: Aug. 10 2022

11th Hour Bell Ringing at FPC On the eleventh day of each month at 11 a.m., churches and communities across the commonwealth are ringing bells for 11 minutes to signify the climate crisis we face. First Parish Church of Stow & Acton (FPC) is one of those churches. The bell ringing initiative is a project […]

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Voting Information from Town Clerk

Town Clerk’s Corner Pamela Powell, Town ClerkTown Hall, 663 Main Street978-779-2771townclerk@townofbolton.com State Primary ElectionSeptember 6, 2022Town Hall, Town Clerk’s Office, 663 Main Street Early Voting Dates & TimesWeekend & WeekdaysSaturday, Aug. 27 10 am – 2 pmMonday, Aug. 29 9 am – 2:30 pm & 5 pm– 7 pmTuesday, Aug. 30 9 am – 4 […]

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Musical theater returns to Nashoba

CHICAGO: High School Edition, takes place at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, March 18 and Saturday, March 19; and at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 20. Tickets are $14 for adults, $10 for students and seniors, and can be purchased in advance at https://sites.google.com/view/nashobadrama/tickets. Tickets also will be sold at the door. NRHS is at 12 […]

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Hearing disabilities are often invisible, but have a major impact on adolescents

Published in the Nov. 10, 2021 Stow and Bolton Independent Hearing disabilities are often invisible, but have a major impact on adolescents in schools Eliza Wachtel is currently a senior at Nashoba Regional High School. She is a member and officer of the DECA program at her school. Her project this year is to raise […]

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GOODLEAF OUTREACH MEETING REVISED DATE

NOTICE OF COMMUNITY OUTREACH MEETING Notice is hereby given that GOODLEAF HOLDINGS, LLC (“GOODLEAF) will conduct a Live (in person) Community Outreach Meeting on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH, 2021 from 6-8 pm at the Florence Sawyer School Auditorium, 100 Mechanic Street, Bolton, MA 01740. The purpose of the meeting will to discuss, answer questions about and receive feedback on the […]

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Assabet Co-op Market Announces Maynard Location

MAYNARD – A full-service, community-owned grocery store is coming to Maynard, and it will be the only store of its kind in Metro West Boston. Assabet Co-op Market plans to open its doors at 86 Powder Mill Road in 2022. The co-op is owned by almost 1,700 residents and counting who come from 40 local […]

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Calendar of Events

NEW IN THE BOLTON PUBLIC LIBRARY GALLERY: BOLTON AND HARVARD OPEN STUDIOS PREVIEW! For the month of September, the Library’s Gallery space is filled with selections from the upcoming Bolton & Harvard Artists’ Open Studios.  Come see a sampling of paintings, jewelry, fiber art, and photos during the Library’s open hours (Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays […]

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Calendar of Events Aug. 11 2021

BOLTON and STOW BOLTON PUBLIC LIBRARY SERVICESContactless pickup will no longer be available. Come in to the main desk to pick up your materials. Book packs will no longer be available. The Library is open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 10 a.m. until 8 p.m., Friday 10-5, and closed on Saturdays Aug. 1- Sept. 10 Appointments […]

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