|Friday, April 15
EARTH DAY/Support our Land
ACT has partnered with SVT to raise public awareness of the value of
land trusts by placing lawn signs in strategic locations around
Town. These signs will be up for 2 weeks; one week prior to Earth
Day and one week after Earth Day.
ACT thanks SVT for creating this opportunity and ACT thanks our Members
in prominent locations who volunteered to host a sign.
Monday, April 18
Hosmer House, Jones Tavern, and the Faulkner Homestead End:
Patriots Day Trolley The Spirit of Acton - 1775 and 1861
For a Day filled with entertainment, games, crafts, animals, 18th and
19th century demonstrators, storytellers, and tours of historic
Park at Acton's Town Hall and ride on one of the three Patriots Day
trolleys to the 3 historic homes.
For more information: ActonHistoricalSociety.org or
Friday, April 22
Saturday, April 30
Acton Clean Up Day
Green Acton Invites you to participate in
Acton Clean Up Day
Join friends and neighbors in taking care of your very own piece of
Acton! Come to any one of the three locations listed below to
pick up trash bags. You can make a difference and make Acton
(your neighborhood, a busy street, a nearby commercial district)
trash-free. Return the bags full of trash to any of the three
sites. Refreshments provided at each site.
CLEANUP DAY SITES
1. Acton Center: lawn in front of Acton Memorial Library on Rte. 27
2. South Acton: Jones Tavern on Rt 27 before South Acton bridge
3. West Acton: Parking lot at Douglas School on Elm Street
Join friends and neighbors in taking care of Acton!
Acton Cleanup Day contact people:
Laurie Ullmann, 263-2037, email@example.com, Clint Seward, 263-8627,
Terry Lindgren 263-8627, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsors: Town of Acton including Natural Resources Dept., Highway
Dept., Acton Municipal Dept., Acton Citizens for Environmental Safety,
Acton Republican Town Committee, and local businesses.
Saturday, May 7
9 AM - 2 PM
Drop & Swap
Clean out your house! Repurpose usable goods! Hunt for treasures!
For more information, see www.GreenActon.org