Transfer Station stickers available
FY2018 Transfer Station stickers can be purchased at Town Hall during normal business hours, by mail by downloading the form and instructions at http://bit.ly/2rqpCLj, or online at https://unipay gold.unibank.com.
- Purchased prior to July 1, 2017: $250
- Purchased July 1-31, 2017: $275
- Purchased Aug. 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018: $305
- Seniors (age 65 or older): $35
For the complete rules and regulations, visit the town website, http://bit.ly/2rGzEsk.
Please note that the Town Hall will be open Friday, July 30, from 8 a.m. to noon, for residents to purchase stickers.
You may have unclaimed money
There are Harvard names on the list of Massachusetts citizens entitled to unclaimed funds. Visit the website of the Mass. state treasurer’s unclaimed property division, FindMassMoney.com, and search for your name.
Rowing lessons at Bare Hill Pond
Bare Hill Rowing Association offers youth and adult recreational rowing classes and opportunities for experienced resident scullers to access equipment and row on their own on Bare Hill Pond. All programs are taught in a fun and supportive environment with a goal of developing a safe and solid foundation of rowing skills. Find information at www.barehillrowing.com.
Harvard Cultural Council seeks volunteers
The Harvard Cultural Council (HCC) invites residents to consider being part of its committee. The HCC promotes and supports cultural resources within Harvard by allocating grant funding to a wide variety of activities, including concerts, plays, educational programs, and festivals. The committee meets a few times each year to review applications and make funding decisions. The commitment is minimal, but the impact is widespread. If you are interested in getting involved, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free fun Fridays
The Highland Street Foundation is once again sponsoring “Free Fun Fridays,” offering visitors free admission to a host of cultural venues throughout Massachusetts. This year 85 museums and other cultural institutions, including the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Mary Baker Eddy Library, will offer free admission on select Fridays. Visit http://bit.ly/2qgiYDS or call 617-969-8900 for more details.