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St. Peter’s Christmas Bazaar
Do your Christmas shopping and get your loved ones a beautiful handmade gift.
Saturday - December 8, 2018
10:00am – 2:00pm in the church hall.
St. Peter’s Church - 18 North Street, Petersham
Items for sale: Christmas cookies by the pound, baked goods, cookies/cocoa in a jar, dog/bird treats, Christmas swags, table greens, dried fruit ornaments, large handing ball and star ornaments, handmade Christmas decorations, grab bags, treats/crafts for children and much more!
Coffee, tea and cider available for purchase.
Contact Islay Boeri 978.724.0205 with questions.
Join the Earth-based Writing of the Quabbin Region program on Saturday, December 15, 2018 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at The Petersham Memorial Library and at 3:30 p.m. for a "Reading Aloud" session at the Petersham Country Store. Three local writers will share their inspiration and techniques of writing; including, Allen Young, North Quabbin Revisited; Cathy Stanton, A Quabbin Farm Album; and Larry Buell, A Return to the Meadow: Images and Writings of Place. Come join these writers to learn of their process of writing and gain instruction in Earth Writing techniques. This free event is co-sponsored by the University of the Wild at Earthlands and the Petersham Historical Society with donations accepted. Contact: Dr. Larry Buell for information and registration: <firstname.lastname@example.org> (978) 724-0412 VISIT: www.universityofthewild.org
Dump Stickers Available
Resident stickers for the transfer station are available at the Selectboard office. The cost is $25.00 cash or check made out to Town of Petersham for 2 stickers only. The new stickers are yellow.
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