WILMINGTON, MA — Below are 5 things to know in Wilmington on Friday, April 9, 2021:
#1) Library Event: Meditate with Amy For Teens
The Wilmington Memorial Library is holding a virtual meditation program for teens at 4pm. Join Amy Rutledge, a certified meditation instructor, to learn how to cultivate self love, self worth, confidence, compassion, focus, concentration, stress, anxiety relief, and help with navigating difficult emotions and change. Promote connection, community, and peace to all. Classes are 30 minutes with an intro, guided practice, then time for Q&A. Open to all levels, beginners welcome! Register HERE.
#2) Library Event: Preschool Storytime
This 10am storytime for preschoolers includes books, rhymes, and music. The program will be held behind the library next to the Peggy Kane Reading Garden. Please bring a blanket or low chairs. Ages 3-5. Masks are required for all attendees ages 5 and up and strongly encouraged for children ages 2-5. If inclement weather is forecast, the storytime may be held virtually on Zoom. Please check out website on the day of the program to confirm location. Register HERE.
#3) REMINDER: Shawsheen Tech Culinary Arts Students Offer Meals For Curbside Pickup, Tuesday-Friday
Shawsheen Tech Culinary Arts Students are offering touch-less, curb-side pick up for lunches, available Tuesday through Friday at 11:30am.
Please call 978-671-3668 by 9:30am for the menu. The menu for the week will be available on Tuesday morning.
Also available are a complete line of frozen dinners, soups and stews. With enough notice, a full line of bakery products are available as well as cakes for any occasion.
Your order will be filled and waiting for you to pick it up in front of the Ram’s Head Guest Dining Room. You will not have to even have to get out of your car.
At this time, the program can only accept cash and checks made out to Shawsheen Tech Culinary Department.
#4) Wilmington Farmers Market Seeks Volunteers
The Wilmington Farmers Market is excited to announce that they have begun planning for their 11th season, returning to the Swain Green, Sundays from 10am to 1pm, starting June 13 through October 3 as an in-person market.
Joining us are founding vendor Seafood Express, and long-time participants North of Boston Farm (formerly Arrowhead Farm) and Gaouette Farm. Also returning to the market will be Cupcake City, Red Antler Apothecary, and new addition Ugly Baby Soaps. Stay tuned as other vendors commit to their dates as we get closer to opening day.
We’re also expanding our all-volunteer board, and are specifically looking for a social media manager, as well as a volunteer coordinator. If you are interested, please email email@example.com. And if you want to help keep the market going, but don’t have skills in these areas, email us anyway and let us know how you can help out.
Or do you want to help but you don’t feel that you can commit to more than a few hours? We are also in need of adult and/or high school volunteers to assist with set up, break down, and the kids’ table. This is a great way to fulfill community service hours. You can easily sign up by going to our website, www.wilmingtonfarmersmarket.com, and clicking the Volunteer button.
We’ll be asking that everyone participate in COVID safety measures while at the market, until we hear from our Board of Health that it is no longer necessary.
#5) DEADLINE TODAY: Town Seeking To Fill Vacancy On Wilmington Conservation Commission
WILMINGTON, MA — The Town of Wilmington is seeking interested individuals who would like to volunteer their services as a member of the Conservation Commission. Letters of interest, or completed Application for Appointment may be directed to the Town Manager, 121 Glen Road, Wilmington, not later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, April 9, 2021.
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