5 Things You Need to Know Today in Westford: May 25
From Nabnasset to Forge Village, here are your Five Things for today in Westford.
Hello Westford! Here are your Five Things for today, Friday, May 25.
#1. Want to Join the TREAD Committee?: There's two openings on the Tax Relief for the Elderly and Disabled Committee, better known as the "TREAD" Committee.
More information can be found on the volunteering opportunities page on the town website.
#2. Next Week at the J.V. Fletcher Library: Liz Buchanan returns next Tuesday morning to entertain young and old alike.
#4. The Playoffs Begin Now: Westford Academy boys' volleyball has the seventh seed in the MIAA Division 1 North Sectionals and they'll be facing off against Methuen today at 4 p.m. at home.
The winner goes on to face Lawrence.
#5. Memorial Day on Sunday: In case you didn't notice all the flags on Main Street, Memorial Day is this Sunday, and things are going on town wide.
Ceremonies start at 9 a.m. on Forge Pond, moving up to the Forge Village Honor Roll on Prescott Street at 9:15, then at the Graniteville Monument and Parents' Market at 9:45, ending in Nabnasset at the corner of Oak Hill and Jo-Jo at 10:45.
There will also be a reading of the Honor Rolls on the Common at 10:45 and a parade from the Community Center to the Common at noon.