Wednesday, June 20, 2018

2018 ANNUAL FOURTH OF JULY CARNIVAL


2018
ANNUAL FOURTH OF JULY CARNIVAL
LOCATION: Hastings Park
Lexington, Massachusetts





 2 0 1 8 Carnival Dates :
The Carnival scheduled for the following days and times
TUESDAY, JULY 3                    6:00 PM to 11:00 PM
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4              1:00 PM to 11:00 PM    
THURSDAY, JULY 5                 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM 
FRIDAY, JULY 6                        6:00 PM to 11:00 PM
SATURDAY, JULY 7                  1:00 PM to 11:00 PM

Fireworks  Thursday July 5th, after dusk     
Youth Games         Wednesday, July 4th at 10:00AM
              
Money Saving Ride Discounts -
 "Pay one price" wrist band
on select days and times :
Tuesday 7/3  6pm - close
Wednesday 7/4 1pm - 5pm
or 5pm - close
Saturday 7/7 1pm - 5pm
(any mechanical ride, but does not include  bumper cars)

FUN-FILLED RIDES ~ GAMES ~ ATTRACTIONS
  
FOOD ~ FUN ~ GAMES ~ RIDES ~ PRIZES


As usual,the Lions will have a Food Trailer and Hospitality Tent. In addition, our Information and Safety Trailer will be manned with Lions members and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) at all times.

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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Lexington Community Summer Programs



Whether you are interested in crafts or soccer, chess or skiing, Zumba or yoga, the Recreation and Community Programs Department has an activity for you. 

The Department offers a wide variety of programs, classes and clinics throughout the year, and a multitude of active and passive recreation opportunities are available throughout the summer months.
Information about our offerings is listed in the Recreation and Community Programs Department seasonal brochures.

Programs fill up quickly and pre-registration is required for all activities.  All programs are available on a "first come-first serve" basis via online registration, mail-in, or drop off registration.

It's not to late to register for summer programs! REGISTER TODAY


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Friday, June 8, 2018

Make Your Lexington Outdoor Space Irresistible

Make your Lexington home’s outdoor space more irresistible for summer! You can spend more time outdoors and increase your home value for when you sell in the Lexington real estate market. As your Lexington real estate agent, allow me to fill you in on some tips:

1.  Make it tech-friendly. People will be more likely to come outdoors if Wi-Fi reaches the space and if you’ve got charging stations.
2.  Make it comfy. Go all out with plush furniture and an outdoor carpet. Just make sure it’s weatherproof.
3.  Choose mood lighting for nighttime. Uplighting is great for trees, bistro lights are popular for patios, and solar lights are great for lining walkways.
4.  Plan for misfortunes. Install an awning or umbrella table for rain and sun. For bugs, go all out with a screened-in porch, or just line your space with citronella candles.

For more tips, check out this HouseLogic article. Happy planning! When ready to achieve your Lexington real estate market goals this summer, contact me, your Lexington real estate agent.

Theresa D'Antuono

Monday, June 4, 2018

Lexington Goes Purple



This year, the Lexington Goes Purple team, in partnership with the Lexington Human Services Department, the Munroe Center for the Arts, and Cary Memorial Library will run a series of Longest Day events on Saturday, June 9 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM centered at the Lexington Depot. 

And join us at the Depot:

9:30 am - 10:30 am: Dress your favorite pooch in purple and join the Purple Puppy Promenade at the Lexington Depot.  In exchange for a donation of any amount, get an official Alzheimer's Association bandana.  Register at the Sign Up Genius above.

10:00 am to noon: Guided Walk with Lexington Conservation (CLC) through Lincoln Park, one of Lexington’s most accessible open spaces. Centrally located across Worthen Road from the LHS playing fields, Lincoln Park includes a graded trail system, landscaped with native plant species as well as a boardwalk loop through wetlands with interpretive signage. The walk will leave from the Lexington Depot following side streets to reach the Park. 

1:00pm - 2:00pm: Enjoy live classical music from the Lexington Chamber Music Center.

2:00pm - 3:00pm: Sing-a-long and storytelling with Rose Harvey and Lin Kelleher.

All day: Fold a paper crane with the LHS Origami Club at the Lexington Depot - 1,000 cranes will help our wish for a World Without Alzheimer’s come true.

All day: Participate in Citizen Science research by playing Stall Catchers on your smartphone or mobile device.

All day: Learn about services and support for patients and caregivers from local providers.

All day: Share memories at the "My Favorite Memory Is..." photo salon.

4:00pm: Celebrate with purple ice cream.

Want to volunteer?  Click here to sign up!



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