On Sunday August 16, 2015, starting at 8:00 am, the Rotary Club of Westborough is hosting their 6th Annual Westborough Sprint Triathlon at the Westborough State Hospital off of Lyman Street. Volunteers are critical to the racers experience and safety. We are seeking community volunteers for approximately 4 hours on Sunday morning. Volunteers will be […]
The High Society Orchestra presents “Puttin on the Ritz” during The Willows Summer Concert on Wednesday, July 15, 2015.
Visit westboroughlib.org/ to sign up for summer reading today! (The link directly to the Teen Summer Reading page is here.) Log your reading time and be entered to win awesome prizes!
The best of the best run the mile in hopes of topping their best time at Mill Pond School’s Elite Mile.
What a day to be outside and playing a ton of fun games as well as eating a wonderful summer burger on the grill. Mill Pond students had just that at the Mill Pond Field Day.
The students and parents at Fales Elementary School enjoyed a beautiful day Friday June 12, 2015 when they went outside to enjoy some dancing, some games, and lots of fun. Check out this clip of all the fun that was had.
The fifth season of the Westborough Farmers’ Market began on Thursday, June 11th. Now every Thursday, rain or shine, from 12 – 6 PM on the lawn of the Congregational Church, all your favorite vendors will be there and will be joined by several new local farms and artisans! There will be a free kids’ […]
Every year, the best of the best gather to duke it out for the coveted title of Mr.WHS. This year is no different as 9 members of the Class of 2015’s finest battle for the crown. Who will be crowned victor for 2015? Watch the full event, including the Swimwear, Talent, and Formalwear competition, as well […]
The Mill Pond Chorus came together May 21st, 2015 for a wonderful concert starring the 4th Graders. In honor of Memorial Day, here is the chorus with their rendition of Ray Charles’, Fifty Nifty United States.
Many important Westborough residents volunteered their time to come in to Armstrong Elementary School for Community Readers Day. These people read books, shared life lessons, and told their own personal stories to the children. The teachers and students celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday with some of their favorite books. To see the full show, click here.