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Electronics Recycling This Weekend
The Westford Recycling Commission is hosting an Electronics Recycling event on Saturday, Sept. 13 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Westford Highway Garage on North Street.
Items accepted include computers, printers, copiers, fax machines, air conditioners, postage meters, telephones, televisions, VCRs, radios, stereo equipment, electronic test equipment, surveillance equipment, video equipment and cameras, and small household appliances (such as toasters and vacuums).
For more information, check out the Westford Recycling Commission website for details or direct event questions to Susan Thomas at 978-692-1027.
News from the Water Department
In case you missed it, the Westford Water Department has downgraded the outdoor water use restrictions from mandatory (Stage II) to voluntary (Stage I), with the voluntary outdoor restrictions remaining in place until Oct. 31
For more information please visit the Water Department website at www.westfordma.gov/water.
News From The Senior Center
The Cameron Senior Center will host Lunch and Learn at 12:15 p.m. on Friday, featuring the presentation by Learning in Retirement Association from UMass Lowell at 12:30.
The event is free. Space is limited to 18 people.
For more, call the Senior Center at 978-692-5523.
In the session, participants can find out what they have to offer.
LIRA is a lifelong learning program designed to provide continuing educational opportunities to the retired and semi-retired at a modest cost.
The Art of Divination….
…is the art of gathering information and knowledge thru metaphysical means such as tarot cards, runes, crystal balls, scrying mirrors and other things. And there will be a class on it at the Roudenbush!
Instructor Beth Washington will explain the true nature of divination; you will learn about everyday household items that can be used as well as traditional tools. Tuesday, Sept. 30, 7 to 9 p.m., $28/$25 for Westford residents.
For more details call 978-692-5511 or visit www.roudenbush.org to enroll in classes
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