Things to do, mottos to live by …
Ladies first. Holliston girls Youth Basketball players in grades 2-8 get their crack at the gym at at 6. The boys follow at 7. Both are depending on attendance and free to all players.
Get involved. The meets at 7:30 p.m. in room 105 of Town Hall, with two public hearings on the agenda for later in the meeting. One involves a definitive subdivision plan for the Rocky Woods project on Wilson St. and the is for a special permit and site plan review for property owned by Michael Brumber on Lowland St. Need something earlier? The meets at 6 p.m.
Plan ahead. Tuesday night, Aug. 2, is going to be a busy one in Goodwill Park. The next Arts Council concert takes place at 6:30, sharing the park with the Holliston Police Department’s National Night Out event, from 6-9. Can you fit it all in?
Keep recycling. Last Saturday, you unloaded all your hazardous household waste. This weekend, you can kick your unwanted appliances and electronics. Bring them to the parking lot of at 101 Summer St., between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Cell phones, car batteries and bikes will be taken for free; other items have fees associated with them.
Take pride. Holliston may be a small town, but it is comfortable on the big stage. A native son is ; the high school track got its ; and, as you’ll read in Thursday’s installment of the About Town Column, the Historical Society barn has a connection to rock royalty.