Along with Lake Boon apparel, bags, history books and stickers, the calendars will be available for holiday shopping (cash, check or Venmo) at the LBA “bookstore” sale on Sunday, Dec 4rd, from 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m. at 12 Pine Point Road, Stow. Proceeds benefit the LBA.
Note that this is the last chance to see the apparel displayed before next year’s annual meeting.
Also note, photos inside the calendar are different from those on the cover shown below.
Stow has established a Green Advisory Committee to help the town plan for climate change. A major focus of the committee is the creation of a Climate Action Plan. The plan will identify actions the town will take over the next eight years to enable Stow to meet the state’s 2030 greenhouse gas reduction targets. These actions require participation from the entire town as well as state and federal support.
On November 16 at 7 p.m., Sustainable Stow and Randall Library are hosting the Green Advisory Committee at their monthly series of talks on Zoom. The meeting offers an overview of the committee, its work, and the key challenges. Presenters will also ask for your input at the meeting and through a survey on town climate actions.
You can find out more about the Green Advisory Committee on the Stow Town website, stow-ma.gov under Boards & Committees and attend their bimonthly committee meetings. Or contact them directly at GreenAdvisory@stow-ma.gov.
We want to support all in our community. As a show of support we can join the wider community at the First Parish Church of Stow & Acton Vigil Against Hate today, Tuesday, Nov. 8, starting at 5:30 p.m., on the Stow Town Upper Common in front of the library.
In addition, our Lake Boon community can show local support by placing candles in windows around the lake this evening.