Myth Busting Lizzie Borden

     Facts on the Life of an Enigmatic Woman will presented at The Nashua Historical Society on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.  Lizzie Borden still fascinates. She intrigues us mostly because, even after 127 years, we know very little about her private life. After her acquittal for the murder of her father and stepmother, she remained in Fall River, Massachusetts, and spoke to no one publicly about the case ever again. And yet, …

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Mosquitoes and ticks are more than pests. They can carry diseases which can make you very sick.

Establish good mosquito avoidance habits now 

• Teach children to be aware of mosquito activity around them and avoid it • Pick a repellent with an EPA-approved active ingredient  • Use long sleeves to cover up when possible  • Remove standing water to help reduce mosquito populations  • Repair screens 

Preventing Disease Spread by Ticks

Ticks are most commonly found in grassy, brushy, or wooded areas. They only attach when you come into direct contact …

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Subscribe to the Best Entertainment Package in the Nashua area.

On Monday, September 16, The Nashua Community Concert Association opens its 89th consecutive season with an exciting concert by the Celtic Angels featuring sweet and stirring songs of Ireland, rigorously precise dances featuring Patrick O’Mahoney of Riverdance and traditional musicianship from The Trinity Band Ensemble of Dublin.  Be carried away to Ireland on wings of music by the amazing rhythm and artistry …

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This is a friendly reminder that the order deadline for the Middlesex Conservation District Fall Bulb and Perennial Sale is August 31.
Orders can be placed by check or credit card by visiting our website at Middlesex Conservation District
Or you may call 978-692-9395 or email

Items will include daffodils, tulips, specialty bulbs, perennials and fertilizer.
We encourage advance ordering as we sell out of some items. You may also just come on …

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We are looking to see who might be willing to be a SEPAC representative for each of the buildings this year.  As always, this is basically just a contact point.  If the person wants more information or you are unsure of something you can always pass them on to the SEPAC board for support.

Let us know what you feel comfortable with doing – or if you want to help out again.  We will need …

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Red Cross Offers 15 Summer Safety Tips for Swimming, Grilling and Attending Crowded Events

Right now, the Red Cross has a critical shortage of type O blood – the most needed blood type in the hospital. Type O negative is the universal blood type and what emergency room personal reach for in the most serious situations when there is not time to determine a patient’s blood type. Donors are encouraged to schedule a blood donation appointment today by using the Blood Donor App, by visiting, or …

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TYNGSBOROUGH COUNCIL ON AGING, 169 Westford Rd., Tyngsborough 978-649-9211

You may be interested in “STITCHERS” meet on Mondays from 1 – 2:30pm in the Arts and Crafts room at the Tyngsborough Council on Aging. Our purpose is to supply knitwear to those in need.  They service the Battered Women’s Shelter, Alternative House, My Father’s House, Pregnancy Care Center, Circle Health Hospice Care, and Able to Serve. This season we are working with the Dracut Senior Center Knitters Group to meet the need.  …

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107 Merrimack St., Lowell, MA 01852 978-458-2503
Informational Session for the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)
This information session will detail services offered by the SCSEP. The program is for those individuals 55 years or older and are unemployed.
Program includes:
…Paid-on-the-job training opportunities at minimum wage in your community.
…An opportunity to update your skills and learn new ones.
…Current job experience for your résumé.
…Job search assistance and …

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