HES Festival of Cultures March 21 RESCHEDULED TO APRIL 11

Travel the world in just one night! Kids get your passport stamped at each of the countries/regions! Do fun international crafts! Parents bid on wonderful food items. See local children sing, dance, do martial arts, play instruments. See the first- and second-grader's houses village of houses from the Houses in Literature project on display in the HES Library.

Please join us in embracing, celebrating and valuing the diversity that exists in our community. The HES Festival of Cultures will take place Friday, March 21, from 6-8:30 P.M. at HES.

(No food is served at the event, so please eat before you come).

We always need people to help on the night of the event. If you are able to help, please email Pam Gordon (

New England in the throes of change 1815-1848 to be presented April 7

Local Harvard artist, teacher, illustrator and Woman's Club member, Karen Dolimount and author and historian, Mary Fuhre, have collaborated in producing a work of nonfiction that takes place in nearby Boylston during the early 19th century. They will be the featured speakers at the Harvard Woman's Club on Monday, April 7.

In her book, Fuhrer, whose specialty is 18th and 19th century New England, describes life in early-to-mid 19th century Boylston and gives a perspective on the choices people made in that community, which later brought about historic consequences.


Luncheon starts at 11:30 a.m. followed by the program at 12:15 p.m. at Holy Trinity Parish, 15 Still River Road, Harvard. All are welcome!

For membership information, contact Karen Dolimount at 978-456-3401.

Annual Town Election

Tuesday, April 8, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. in Bromfield Cafeteria

Walk off those post-tax paying blues!

Clear your mind on April 19 at 1 p.m. by taking a walk around the Harvard Conservation Trust's newly acquired Brown conservation land. Enjoy the variety this property has to offer: open fields, woods, wetlands, vernal pools and a fantastic glacial erratic! This walk is co-sponsored by the Trust and the Harvard Park and Rec department. Walkers will meet end of Murray Lane. The event is free and open to the public.

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