Seasonal Community Events

Seasonal Community Events

Check out some of these other exciting events and programs offered by organizations in Clinton! Please note that Clinton Parks & Recreation is not responsible for organizing and running the below programs and all further information can be provided by the respective coordinators.


PTA Ghost and Goblin Race

The annual Ghost & Goblin Road Race is back! This is a family event and there will be activities for children, refreshments for sale and music for everyone to enjoy!  Costumes are welcome to celebrate Halloween, but certainly not required. All proceeds raised by the Clinton PTA will be put towards the Clinton School District. Day of registration as well as bib pick-up begins at 11:00am.

Time: 1 Mile Fun Run begins at 2:00pm. 5K starts at 3:00pm, family festivities to follow until 6:00pm including a corn hole tournament!

Date: Saturday, October 21st, 2017

Cost: $25 per racer for 5K;  $8 per racer for Fun Run

Location: Central Park in Clinton, MA

Register by going to www.clintonroadrace.com


Looking For Something Fun To Do In Central MA?

Check out Discover Central MA for upcoming events and programs:

https://www.discovercentralma.org/see-do/events/ 


 

 

More Details Here

 



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Museum of Russian Icons

PRESENTS

Reminder: June 25th Film Event to be Rescheduled

 

The Museum of Russian Icons and Harvard’s Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies will reschedule their co-sponsored screening of the documentary film My Perestroika and the accompanying conversation with director Robin Hessman. Details about the rescheduled screening and conversation will be announced at a later date.


Reflecting on Revolution:
Commemorating the Centenary of 1917

An afternoon with historian and humorist Jennifer Eremeeva

 

 

This year marks the centenary of the October Revolution of 1917–a monumental event that profoundly shaped the present geopolitical reality.

Humorist and historian Jennifer Eremeeva will reflect on the cultural and political significance of the Revolution over the past century; explore why Russia’s leaders are ignoring this significant anniversary; and theorize what can be gleaned from this about Russia’s political future. The talk will conclude with a lively Q&A.

A reception featuring a signature cocktail and zakuska (Russian hors d’oeuvres) created by Eremeeva—who is also a food writer and curator—will follow the talk. Ms. Eremeeva will be signing her books, Lenin Lives Next Door: Marriage, Martinis and Mayhem in Moscow and Have Personality Disorder, Will Rule Russia, which will be available for purchase.

 

Saturday, August 26, 3:30-6:00pm

Members $30, Non-members $40
Registration is required by August 22

Tickets on sale here or call the Museum: 978.598.5000 x121

 



Not a member? Join today!

HOURS
Tuesday – Friday: 11AM-4PM, Weekends: 11AM-5PM,
First Thursday of the month: 11AM-8PM, Closed Mondays

Contact the Russian Museum for more information about any of the above program.



 Bigelow Free Public Library Events

 

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Library Laps in the Park

 

Tuesdays at Central Park

5:30pm

Library Laps return for another summer of staying in shape and meeting strangers (or a friend) in the park.

Book talk not required.

Wear your walking shoes!


Ongoing monthly events

Crafternoon: every Tuesday at 2:30

Short Story Reading Group: Saturdays, July 8 & 22 @ 10

Trustees: July 13 @ 6:30

Friends of the Bigelow Library: July 29 @ 9:30


National Museum Month:  Call to Reserve a Discount Pass

  • Boston Children’s Museum
  • Davis Farmland
  • Discovery Museums (Acton)
  • Ecotarium (Worcester)
  • Fitchburg Art Museum (new!)
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (expires 5/31)
  • Mass Parks Pass
  • Museum of Russian Icons
  • Museum on Science
  • Mystic Aquarium
  • New England Aquarium (expires 6/30)
  • Salem Witch Museum
  • Southwick Zoo
  • Tower Hill Botanic Gardens
  • USS Constitution Museum

Visit the Bigelow Public Library Website Here



 

Rauscher Farm presents Bees ‘n Butterflies

 

Sunday, August 20th 2017

2:00pm to 4:00pm

Rauscher Farm at 29 Clamshell Road Clinton, Ma

Free Event!



 

Clinton Public Schools Presents

Fun in the Sun

 




Diaper-A-Day

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WHAT: Church of the Good Shepherd will be hosting a diaper pantry for WIC clients & others, living in Clinton, Bolton, Sterling, Lancaster, Berlin or Boylston or WIC Clinton clients. Thirty free diapers per month are available for qualified children, newborn to age 3 1/2.

      WHEN: First Wednesday of each month – 4:00-5:30 pm Third Tuesday of each month – 10:30 am- 12 pm (Recipients may pick up diapers once per month.)

WHERE: Church of the Good Shepherd, 209 Union Street, Clinton MA – 978-365-5169

Please bring your WIC Household ID number. If you are not enrolled in WIC, you must bring your child’s birth certificate to the first pick-up. Only parents or legal guardians may pick up diapers for a child. Diapers may be picked up once per month. For example, if you attend a Wednesday diaper pantry, you are not eligible to pick up more diapers at the Tuesday pantry in the same month.

It is our hope to supply diapers to all who qualify, but the reality is we may run out of diapers in certain sizes or run out of diapers completely. Your feedback and needs will be taken into consideration for any future diaper pantry openings.

Upcoming Diaper-A-Day Pantry Days:

 Wednesday August 2 @ 4-5:30pm

 Tuesday August 15 @ 10:30am-12pm

Questions? Call 978 – 365 – 5169.


Church of the Good Shepard is serving up Free Community Breakfast

All Are Welcome!

 Saturday, August 5th, 2017

Saturday, August 19th, 2017

8:30am

209 Union Street Clinton, Ma 01510

Church of Good Shepard



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Clinton Early Childhood Resource Center

The Clinton Early Childhood Resource Center: Offers programs, services, and resources for families with young children and early education & care professionals. Includes “Play School” and the Clinton Early Childhood Resource Center (CECRC) which maintains an extensive lending library of early childhood resources and is a central location to access various community resources.

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SUMMER PROGRAMMING AT CECRC

Play Ground Pop Ups- there are so many places to play in Clinton and Lancaster!
We will be providing a calendar of “Meet Up Mondays” locations so we can see each other all summer long!!!
Summer calendar of Pop Up Playing – Meet Up Dates!

CECRC GARDENING PLOT #7 –  GROWING PLACES

 

 The CECRC has secured a raised garden plot at the Maybarton Community Garden on High Street, Clinton, MA.  We are planting this weekend and then we are asking for our families to assist us over the course of the summer with watering, weeding and harvesting.  This is another wonderful way for us to stay in touch over the summer.

 

Please contact Laura at taylorl@clinton.k12.ma.us.  if you are interested in participating.

 


 CECRC Summer Story Time Series

We will have four Story Times in Central Park over the summer -mark your calendars for
July 10th
July 12th
 August 2nd
August 4th 
10:00am – 11:00 am

 


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Play School and Play Gym Update – An email was sent to families who indicated on their registration form that they would help with cleaning.  We are looking for a parent to coordinate.  Our cleaning parties are Fridays at 12:30pm – your child can still play as you help.  Thank you in advance.

The Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP) still has openings in Clinton and Lancaster –  The PCHP offers a home based literacy support program to families with children ages 16 months – 4 years who live in Clinton, Lancaster, and Marlboro.   PCHP is funded through a Coordinated Family and Community Engagement (CFCE) grant from the Mass. Department of Early Education and Care.  For more information please contact:  Linda Weene, PCHP Coordinator, 978-365-4217, weenel@clinton.k12.ma.us.

The Clinton Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP) still has October 2017 openings for children between the ages of 16 months – 4 years.

Happenings at Bigelow Library – Details

Additional Clinton Events/Opportunities

 

Grandparent Support Group – Clinton Senior Center – 2nd Thursday of each month – next meeting, May 11th, 2017 at 5:00pm.  Call Donna at 978-733-4747 ext. 303 for information or to register.  

 

The Item Clinton Calendar – Easy Access to plan your weekend –  Plan Your Weekend

 

First Concern New Hours – Mondays-  10-8, Tuesday-Friday 10-4 and Saturdays –  1-4.  First Concern is located at 116 Union Street, Clinton, MA – 978-365-9817/info@firstconcern.org

 

Knitting for Charity  – Brenda DiSessa a teacher at CMS is knitting for charity – pink scarves for the American Cancer Society at UMass Medical Center in Worcester.  Her contact will give the knitted items directly to cancer patients.   She is looking for others to join her in knitting for charity.  She plans to make the donation in September in time for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. Contact disessab@clinton.k12.ma.us for more information.

Clinton Family Child Care Provider – Openings –  Licensed Home Daycare Provider – Robyn Flanders has openings in her home child care program. All ages – hours 6:30am – 5:00pm – Monday – Friday.
Please call/email with questions – 978-365-2042 / robynf0503@yahoo.com

 

Events/Opportunities/News in surrounding areas…. Click on link for more information. 

Nashoba Community Partnership for Children – June Details, Summer Offerings

Monthly Parenting Series – May 10th, 2017 – Details

Thayer Library Monthly Activities – Details

Support and Educational Groups for Parents – Details

Child Passenger Safety Technician Course – Details

85 Museums and Cultural Events – Free Fridays- Details

If you have a question about Play School or Clinton Community Partnerships and the services we offer please email or call – 978-365-4218:

Laura Taylor – taylorl@clinton.k12.ma.us

Regina Rondina – rondinar@clinton.k12.ma.us

Pat Hammond – hammondp@clinton.k12.ma.us

Linda Weene – weenel@clinton.k12.ma.us

Please “like” us on Facebook – Clinton Community Partnerships for Children

 

Other Family Resources:

Clinton Family Child Care ProvidersProvider Listing

Clinton Area Preschool & Childcare Ctr Based ProgramsPreschool & Childcare Ctr Programs

Complete listing of licensed MA Early Education & Care ProvidersEarly Education & Care Programs

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren SupportSupport Group Details

Mothers’ Support Group: Tuesdays, from 10-11:30 a.m. – First Concern PRC, 116 Union St. Small children are welcome. For information, call (978) 365-9817

If you have any questions about Play School or Clinton Community Partnerships and their services, please call 978-365-4218 or email:

Laura Taylor – taylorl@clinton.k12.ma.us    

Regina Rondina – rondinar@clinton.k12.ma.us

Pat Hammond – hammondp@clinton.k12.ma.us



Worcester Connections Family Resource Center of YOU Inc.

   “Taking Care of Ourselves ”

A Free Support Group for Parents… (Available  Only in Spanish)

When:  Every Wednesday from 9:30am to 11:00am (except on Holidays)

 484 Main St. – Suite 460,   Worcester, MA 01608    parents_and_children

 This program will give parents specific strategies to raise their self-esteem,

self-concept, to promote healthy habits and to increase their motivation

to better face the demands of their responsibilities as parents,

while taking care of themselves.

 To register, call:

Rosa Salazar (508) 796-1411 Ext. 416

For more information on other programs offered by the center click on the link below:

http://worcestercommunityconnections.org/index.html