Happy Holidays: Events and Quick links for resources while I’m on break

I have more news that I’d love to share. But I just don’t have the time. The holidays are calling.

But before I sign off for a break, I wanted to take a moment to wish you all a happy holiday season. And a Merry Christmas to those of you who celebrate it.

Thank you for your support of My Southborough over the year.

I won’t be posting for at least the first half of Christmas week. In the meantime, if you’re looking for:

  • Christmas religious services in town, click here.
  • When Town facilities are opened and closed, click here.
  • Events/What there is to do in town through the rest of the month:
    • Chestnut Hill’s Reindeer Quest – Daily in December (Sunrise to Sunset) @ Chestnut Hill Farm: Free program for the public. Grab your hiking boots (or if there’s enough snow – snow shoes or cross country skis) and get the family outside between Christmas and New Years to seek out our elusive herd of wooden reindeer sculptures found throughout the farm trails. See how many you can find and leave a bell around each one’s neck. This is a self-guided program and bells can be found at the trailhead parking lot kiosk.
    • St. Mark’s Free Skate – Tuesday, December 26 – Saturday, December 30 @ St. Mark’s School: There are several opportunities for both free skate and “sticks & pucks”. Click here for the schedule and details.
    • Pajama Storytime – Wednesday, December 27 (6:30 pm) @ Southborough Library Eaton Meeting Room (downstairs): Children can wear their pajamas and enjoy hot chocolate while listening to some great stories.
    • Magic show by Mr. Magichead – Thursday, December 29 (3:00 pm) @ Southborough Library main level: The Stupendous Mr. Magichead, an “accidentally funny musician”, will amaze and amuse children.  Click here for more details.
  • Algonquin’s Sports schedule, click here.
  • Government meetings coming up, click here.
  • An open thread – to see recent comments or keep chatting with other readers – click here.

(Photo by Susan Fitzgerald)

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