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Save the date for two upcoming sessions on the development of two proposed Cultural Districts in Chelmsford - one in the Center and one in Vinal Square!
The goal of the Cultural Districts is to benefit residents, businesses, and property owner by emphasizing and showcasing all the activities, events, and opportunities these areas offer.
The presentation and public input will explore:
Help spread the word with the public invitation flyer [pdf]! For more information contact Evan Belansky at email@example.com or call 978-244-3341.Posted in Events, Town of Chelmsford | No Comments »
The newly renovated North Chelmsford Town Hall, home of the Chelmsford Community Center, is almost ready for the public!
Come share in the excitement as the renovations and available rental space are unveiled to the public! Guests will include the after school program, Springboard.
The North Town Hall is located at 31 Princeton St., North Chelmsford. There will also be a Grand Opening on September 14, from 6:00pm-9:00pm - visit http://chelmsfordcommunitycenter.org for more information.
Sponsored by the North Chelmsford Village Association.
This week, workers finished painting the walls, staining the woodwork and installing new carpeting, and library staff has begun bringing furniture back in. The new book shelves are scheduled to be delivered and installed next week, and once those are in, staff will begin putting all the materials back on the shelves. Also over the next two weeks, staff will be reestablishing the computer networks and terminals, the photocopier, office furniture, and library signage and artwork.
We've been taking pictures of the progress, and those are available online at the Library's flickr.com account. Also available for viewing are historical pictures of the MacKay building, which were found while staff moved materials out before the renovation began.
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