Milford Chamber Event Flyer
It supports food pantries in five towns, including Holliston, Millis, Medway, Ashland and Hopkinton, and that’s just a portion of what the proceeds from St. Michael’s Episcopal Church Annual Outreach Auction benefits. The event will take place on Saturday, April 9, from 7-10 p.m., at the church at 1162 Highland Street. Admission is $10 per person, and the event will include raffles, silent and live auctions and hors d’ouerves.
Holliston High School Seniors have the opportunity to undertake an independent project during one semester of the school year. Samantha Tate (Sammy), a talented student who is hoping to pursue art as a career, volunteered to do a project with school students in the lower three schools around the theme of the 8-Arch Bridge.
High school sports are about to get under way for the spring season, and at Holliston, that means Joe Santos is gearing up to lead the Panthers’ baseball team in his first season as a varsity coach.
The 27-year-old Santos, who’s the third baseball coach in the last four years at Holliston, may be in a new role but he’s not new to the players or the system. Santos previously was Holliston’s freshman and junior-varsity baseball coach, and he’s still serving as freshman football coach.
Looking for a fun, and tasty, night out? The Timothy O’Connell Foundation will be hosting its Fourth Annual Orange Appeal on Saturday, April 2, 2016, from 7-10 p.m. This unique, private tasting will feature great food by guest chefs, special guests and sponsors at Clarke Kitchen Resource Center, 393 Fortune Blvd., in Milford.
Whether your taste is jazz music or rock and roll, show tunes or golden oldies, you will probably find it at the Holliston High School Music Department’s Annual Pops Concerts March 5 and 6.
Each year around this time, Holliston High School’s cafeteria is transformed into an intimate cabaret setting. White tablecloths and soft candlelight set the mood while wait staff serve refreshments to you at your table. An elevated stage for the performers further enhances the cabaret-style experience.
Although the program is just getting started in Holliston, the Holliston Drug and Alcohol Coalition has made some definite strides in its progress, including getting funding. Thanks to a grant from the Metrowest Health Foundation, HDAAC will be able to move forward in addressing addiction and the opioid epidemic in the Holliston community.
2016 will be the Year of the 8 Arch Bridge...and the Irish...as Holliston strives to restore this one-of-a-kind landmark. Come join the effort and the fun!
Facts about the bridge:
It’s officially endangered. In October of 2014, Preservation Massachusetts recognized that the Bogastow Brook Viaduct is one of Massachusetts’ Most Endangered Historic Resources.
It’s in the Library of Congress, photographed as a special, unique, historic part of the Historic American Engineering Record.
The new year has arrived and winter is ready to flex its muscles. But if sports fans at Holliston High had their way, they’d probably like to stay in autumn mode after the way some of the Panthers’ squads immersed themselves with a plethora of success.
Our Lady of Fatima Shrine was abuzz with excitement on November 8th as Cardinal Sean O’Malley, Archbishop of Boston, visited to celebrate the concluding Mass of the 50th anniversary of the Vatican II Documents Ad Gentes on Mission and Perfectae Caritatis, the renewal of religious life, or better referred to as Community Life.
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