Calendar… August 26, 2015

Open House for Stow Garden Club
The Stow Garden Club will begin their 2015-16 year on September 9 at 7pm at the Union Church in Stow. The initial meeting will be an open house and we welcome anyone interested in getting to know about the organization, our programs for civic beautification donated in various forms to the town, and the Club’s plans for the coming year. We will approve a slate of nominations for the coming year and enable members and guest to mingle. Come join us and learn about a great local organization. For questions, contact MariePatrice Masse at 978-579-0897.

Publishing Networking Group
The next Publishing Networking Group Meeting will be Saturday, September 12, 10:30am, at the Randall Library. This will be a networking and planning meeting. Please bring your ideas for guest speakers and/or topics.

This is a public meeting open to anyone interested in the publishing field. For more information please contact Eileen Kramer at

Stow Fall Soccer – Pre-K and Kindergarten
Fall soccer registration is now open for Stow boys and girls born between 9/1/09 and 4/1/11. Munchkins (Pre-K) and Transitions (K) will meet on Saturday mornings with an emphasis on fun and teamwork. Please visit for additional information and online registration through September 15.  For additional questions, please contact Karen Devine or Art McDonald (

Nashoba United Recreational Soccer High School Program
Fall soccer registration is open to all high school aged players from Stow, Bolton, and Lancaster. Teams are forming now. Please visit for additional information and online registration. Additional questions can be directed to Boys Coordinator Jack Boyle ( or Girls Coordinator Alison McIsaac (

~Outside of Stow~

Ready or Not, Here I Come!
We would like to extend an invitation to parents, guardians, and early childhood educators interested in “school readiness”! Will your child start school ready to learn? School readiness is the knowledge, skills and behaviors that enable your child to participate and succeed in school. This also is a significant factor in your child’s life success. Current research has identified that readiness begins in the womb and is determined by early life experiences and the environment a child lives and grows in.

Join us to hear more about what early experiences are important in best preparing your child or the children you work with, for success in school and life. The event talkes place Wednesday, August 26, 7pm – 8:30pm, at Florence Sawyer School, 100 Mechanic St., Bolton. Supported by a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education & Care. Presented by: Jeanine Fitzgerald, Behavior Specialist.