HOLDEN, Mass. — There are plenty of events and activities in Holden this week. For the full listing, check out our Events page.
Monday, Oct. 15
A History Of Samplers: 1 p.m. Holly Izard, curator of Collections at the Worcester Historical Museum, will share her knowledge on samplers, particularly those in the collection of the Worcester Historical Museum. Followed by Q&A. Free and open to all. Holden Senior Center.
Tuesday, Oct. 16
Wednesday, Oct. 17
Last Day To Register to vote: The election is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 6. New voters may register to vote until Wednesday, Oct. 17. The Town Clerk’s Office will remain open until 8 p.m.
Wachusett Fall Concert: 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. White Concert Band, Chorale, Chamber Orchestra, Concert Chorus, Wind Ensemble. Wachusett Regional High School
Thursday, Oct. 18
Evening Story Time and Crafts at the Gale Free Library: 6 to 6:30 p.m. Join us for Slightly Scary Stories. Listen to scary stories and make a spooky craft to take home. Ages 3 ½ & up with caregiver. Library Program Room. Performing Groups: White Concert Band, Chorale, Chamber Orchestra, Concert Chorus, Wind Ensemble Neuropsychological Evaluations Workshop 7 p.m. Amy Shogren, a licensed psychologist with the Integrated Center for Child Development, will give a workshop for parents on neuropsychological assessments and how they can help their child. Sponsored by Special Education Parents Advisory Council. Davis Hill Elementary School, 80 Jamieson Road. Friday, Oct 19
Wachusett Food Pantry Distribution to Seniors: 9 to 11 a.m. Wachusett Extended Care, 56 Boyden Road.
Varsity Football Game: 7 p.m. Mountaineers face Shrewsbury at Wachusett Regional High School, Harold M. Lane Field.
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