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Upcoming Events and Notices

Planning Board Meeting  on Thursday, April 24 at 6:45 pm

Selectmen's Meeting on Wednesday, April 30 at 7 pm

Town Manager Forum on Thursday, May 1 at 6:30 pm Ashland Public Library

Selectmen's Meeting on Tuesday, May 6 at 7 pm

Annual Town Meeting on Wednesday, May 7 at 7 pm

Planning Board Meeting  on Thursday, May 8 at 7 pm

School Committee Meeting on Thursday, May 8 at 7 pm

Annual Town Election on Tuesday, May 20

Selectmen's Meeting on Wednesday, May 21 at 7 pm

Planning Board Meeting  on Thursday, May 22 at 7 pm

School Committee Meeting on Thursday, May 22 at 7 pm

Scholarships Available

WACA TV is offering scholarships to graduating high school seniors living in the Town of Ashland who will be attending an institution of higher education after graduation. Applications will be available at AHS, Keefe Technical School, and Marian High School as well as online at Deadline to return application is May 15

Applications should be mailed to:
WACA TV, 200 Butterfield Drive, B1
Ashland, MA 01721,
Attn: Barbara Chisholm
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Ashland Lions Drug Take Back Day

Prescription Drug Take Back Day

Saturday, April 26
from 10 AM to 2 PM
at Ashland Police Station
Bring Any: Unwanted/Unused/Expired  Prescription Drugs 
Sharps: Needles, Syringes, Lancets, etc.
For Safe and Proper Disposal!

Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition

Swim, Kayak, Walk and Run Against the Tide on Saturday, June 21 at Hopkinton State Park, Hopkinton, MA and Saturday, August 16 at Nickerson State Park, Brewster, MA For More Information, go to or call 800-649-MBCC

Art in the Library

The metal work of Ashland resident Neil Mansfield is in the fireplace lounge area and the main circulation area. Also on extended loan: the welded painted metal sculptures of Joe Carpineto are exhibited on both floors. You are also invited to explore the library's Permanent Art Collection. Over the years, through donation and acquisition, the library has 18 works of art on permanent display in various parts of the library. These works include painting, sculptures, drawings and original prints.

Food Pantry Needs for April

  • canned beans (black)
  • canned/jar fruit/applesauce
  • oatmeal
  • feminine hygiene products
  • deodorant
  • laundry soap
  • canned tomatoes
Ashland Lions Club

The Ashland Lions Club will host Meat Raffles at TJ Spirits, Rte 135, Ashland/Hopkinton Town Line. They will run the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month from 1 to 4 PM. There will be early bird specials and 6 Great Tables of Prizes. Proceeds go to Massachusetts Lions Eye Research and Local Charities. The Ashland Lions Club meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at TJ Spirits, Rte 135, Ashland - Hopkinton Line at 7PM For Additional Information, please contact Lion Micki at 508-872-0075


We are always looking for used Eye Glasses and Cell Phones!

Water restriction

Town Manager, Tony Schiavi, announced a Stage II water restriction due to lower than normal water levels in the reservoir. At this time of year, a Stage II restriction is mostly about public awareness since most if not all irrigation systems are off-line for the winter. The community will be kept well informed through media, electronic signs and the town's website as the situation progresses.


My ECO is launching an initiative beginning September, 2013, supported by Shaw's Supermarkets to increase reusable bags at checkout. Shaw's will provide an incentive and reward in the form of donations to local schools and charities when customers shop with their own bags. By simply scanning a code at checkout, the customer tracks reuse and banks the donation on behalf of their school. If 100 families sign up to support their school and shop each week at Shaw's, they can raise over $3,000, just by shopping with their own bags. In addition, they would keep 100,000 single use bags out of landfills. Shoppers can sign up for free at Register your school or charity at Contact Kristen Brown form MYECO at or 973-310-2630

Metro West Consumer Assistance Office

Need Help? The Consumer Assistance Office - Metro West provides free information,mediation or referrals to help resolve. Call 508-651-8812 or visit

Communities for People

Intensive Foster Care Program - Make an impact. Open your mind. Open your heart. Open your home. Find out more about how to become a Foster Parent. CFP will provide the necessary training and ongoing support required to be a foster parent. The most rewarding yet challenging job of your life. 1-877-852-1271

Ashland Senior Center

Baked Goods at the Senior Center
Mondays -- Shaws and Whole Foods
Tuesdays -- Whole Foods
Wednesdays -- Framingham Bakery, Whole Foods

Property Tax Work off applications available at the Senior Center

This program allows participants to work off up to $750 in property taxes a year at a rate of $8.00/hr. Gross income may not exceed $40,000 for an individual, $55,000 for married filing jointly. New program begins January 2013. Applications now available at the Senior Center.

Jamie's Hidden Treasures March 14 from Ashland Cable on Vimeo.

Jamie Kaiser does crafts with a local elementary student.

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11:00 PMMindess Marathon 2014

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Upcoming live meetings

  • School committee meeting
    Thursday April 10 at 7 PM
  • Planning board meeting
    Thursday April 10 at 5:30 PM
  • Selectmen's meeting
    Wednesday April 2 at 7 PM

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