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Flu Clinic on Thursday at the Millennium School


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From Nabnasset to Forge Village, here are your Five Things for Oct. 1, 2014 in Westford

#1. Westford’s Own Fashion Truck… was recently being featured in CBS Boston’s Best section in the Shopping and Stylecategory: Boston’s Best Places to Go Back-To-School Clothes and Accessories! In the article they mention the flagship store in Westford.
DSC_0012#2. Pictured: There’s a Flu and Pneumonia Clinic scheduled at the Millennium School (behind the Abbot School on Depot Stret) on Thursday night.

More information is available on the town website.

#3. Touch-a-Truck at Kimball Farm – Sunday, Oct. 5… Attention: kids of all ages.   Come climb aboard and explore diggers, dump trucks, trolleys, bucket trucks, cranes, tractors, emergency response vehicles and more at the Westford Touch-a-Truck being held Sunday, October 5, 2014 at Kimball Farm, 400 Littleton Road, Westford.  Admission of $5 per person, $15 maximum per family will benefit Westford Preschool at St. Mark’s.

#4. Today Marks The First Official Day… for the Westford Business Association. For more information, check out their Facebook Page. We’ll have a recap of their kickoff event coming soon.

#5. Tonight in Forge Village… The Westford Economic Development Committee and the Forge Village Residents Association will host an informal meeting at the Cameron Senior Center at 20 Pleasant Street on Wednesday October 1, 2014, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.

The purpose of the event is to discuss the makeup of Forge Village, the current rules and regulations (such as zoning districts and types of businesses allowed), and get residents’ ideas about the long term look and feel of the Village.

Come and share your thoughts and ideas for life in the Village – now and in the future.

For more information about the meeting, contact Director of Land Use Management, Chris Kluchman at 978-692-5524.


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