Daily Buzz | Get Ready for Shredding Day
Also, don't forget to mark your calendars for the Pumpkin Party
Good morning, Burlington!
Consider this your last plug for completing our survey for paid and free subscribers (be sure to click on the correct link). Many of you are new this week (yay!), but I still want to hear from you! I’ll be sharing a few key points from the results on Saturday and incorporating the feedback to the extent feasible as I plan for 2023.
I also wanted to highlight two important events this Saturday:
Shredding Day for Residents is on Saturday from 9-12 in the parking lot behind Town Hall.
The Sculpture Park is having its autumn gathering on Saturday from 9-11. A local artist will do a pumpkin painting demonstration, and participants can paint their own pumpkins! Supplies including paints and a small pumpkin will be provided to the first 100 entrants. Costumes are welcome but not required. Did I mention free cider donuts?
Today in Burlington
Meetings and Events
Be sure to attend tonight’s Conservation Commission meeting if you’re interested in ConCom’s activities, but also if you’re interested in the open seat and want to learn more about what ConCom does and how their twice-monthly meetings go.
9:00 AM - Town Clerk - Voting Tabulator Testing
12:00-4:00 PM - Early In-Person Voting - at Town Hall
1:00 PM - Housing Authority meets for an executive session centering around Executive Director contract negotiations
7:00 PM - Conservation Commission only has a couple of agenda items - removal of trees on one residential property and demo/construction of a new dwelling on another. Take a watch and consider whether you’d like to join this crew in administering our town bylaws relating to wetlands protection and stormwater management as well as managing our open space. (Join online)
Our volleyball teams went 2 for 3 yesterday against Wakefield, with Freshmen winning 2-0 and Varsity winning 3-1. JV lost 0-2. Congrats to player of the match, Brianna Ikier!
Boys’ JV Soccer came out on top of Wilmington on the road by a score of 2-1; Varsity fell 0-2.
Varsity girls lost their game against Wilmington 1-3 at home.
In Field Hockey, our JV team beat Bedford at home by a score of 1-0 (kudos to Bella Fine for the goal and Lauren Scalia on the assist); Varsity shut Bedford out 5-0 on Senior Night, and Lexi MacKinnon scored all 5 goals with one assist by Renee LeComte!
4:15 PM - Freshman Boys play Wimington in soccer.
6:30 PM - Varsity Boys Football @ Stoneham (streamed live on SEC Network)
7:00 PM - MSMS JV Junior Devils are on the schedule, but I’m not sure who they’re playing or where!
That’s it for today. I hope you have a great day, friends and neighbors!