5 Things January 25 in Easton: Fulginiti Qualifies for BOS Ballot
A look at things happening around Easton today.
1. Art Adventures at the Children's Museum in Easton
Join us every Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. starting September 23rd for this exciting drop in. Every week has a new adventure! Explore different forms of dance, music, drama, as well as painting, clay and more in this creative workshop. Special guest teachers will bring their art to life in this interactive and fun filled program.
"Art Adventures" does not require registration and is free with paid admission to the Museum. Admission is $7.50 per person; members and children under 1 are free.
2. Joe and Leigh's Junior Golf Featuring the PGA Sports Academy
Ages 6-9 will run from 4:00pm until 5:00pm. Ages 10+ will run from 5:00-6:00pm.
ALL CLASSES TAKE PLACE AT OUR HEATED COVERED GOLF PERFORMANCE CENTER AT 68 PROSPECT STREET
Best For: Junior golfers ages 6-9 and 10+ who have never played golf or who have had very limited playing time.
Event Description: The class will provide a basic introduction to this great game. Topics covered include full swing, short game, basic rules and conduct, contests, and if available an on course component as well. Class will run on four consecutive Fridays from 4:00 until 5:00pm.
Information and Registration:
Online - Can be done entirely online! Click here and follow the Calendar links.
Telephone - Please call Joe & Leigh's at (508) 238-2320
3. Four have Pulled Papers for Board of Selectmen, One Qualified
A total of four people have pulled papers for nomination to Easton's Board of Selectmen.
Dotti Fulginiti handed her papers in yesterday and qualified for the ballot.
Carol Nestler, Dan Smith, and Michael Maloney have all pulled papers.
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5. Golf Tournament for Boston's Children's Hospital
An Easton native and college student is raising money for Boston's Children's Hospital. Click here to read more.