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Posted 3/22 - Earth Day event - Gnome and fairy garden figure making (details)
Posted 3/21 - Wine & Canvas, May 8 (details)
Posted 3/16 - Egg hunt, March 28 (details)
Posted 3/16 - Western-theme dance, April 11 (details)
Posted 6/12 - 2013 Annual Report (5.28Mb)
Posted 9/30/13 - COA Yoga classes (details)
Posted 11/30 - Property Valuation Report (PDF - 81kb)
Photos of the Cross Bridge courtesy of the Chester Foundation and Richard Huhtanen
This site is sponsored by the Selectboard of the Town of Huntington to provide a resource for the citizens of Huntington to: Help them interact with Huntington town government, understand the history of Huntington, and find the artisans, businesses and organizations in Huntington that are of interest to them.
For information about the Gateway Regional School System, please see www.grsd.org.
You will be provided with starting materials: container, soil, stones and one figurine. Additional figurines/accessories will be available for purchase starting $3 and up.
Open to the public. Space is limited
Please call Adrienne 413-579-7842 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up by April 18th.
HAPPY EARTH DAY!
This event is sponsored by the Huntington Recreation Committee
Fun Night Out! ...Or treat your mom to a night out. Come join us.
A talented artist will instruct you step-by-step through re-creating the featured painting. At the end of the event,you'll take home the work of art you created.
Bring your own Wine 21 and over.
Cost is $30 for residents of Huntington and $35 for non residents.
Pre registration is required.
Call Kathy (413-667-3420) or email email@example.com
This is a town event sponsored by the Huntington RecreationCommittee
Saturday, March 28, 2015, 2 PM at Pettis Field
For Huntington children and grandchildren only ages 10 and under. Don’t forget your baskets
Sponsored by the Huntington Recreation Committee
Rain date Sunday March 29 at 2PM
Huntington Recreation Dance
It’s a Western Theme
Wear Your western shirt, cowboy boots, or hat!
Saturday, April 11, 2015
(Located at the intersection of Rt. 20 & 112, Huntington MA)
Live music from the band Shut Up and Dance
Open to the Public
Band starts at 8PM, doors open at 7PM
Please bring your own snacks and drinks, alcohol permitted.
This is a town event, organized by the Huntington Recreation Committee.
Must be at least 21 years of age to attend.
Contact Vicki 667-0085 with questions or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donation of $5.00pp at the door to be used towards summer camp.
This tax abatement program offers a way for seniors to reduce their property taxes. Taxpayers must be 60 years of age or older. Abatement will be applied to the February 1, 2016 or May 1, 2016 property tax bill (depending on when working hours are completed). Applications must be filed with the Selectboard by March 20, 2015. Click here for full details and application.
This tax abatement program offers a way for veterans of any age to reduce their property taxes. Abatement will be applied to the February 1, 2016 or May 1, 2016 property tax bill (depending on when working hours are completed). Applications must be filed with the Selectboard by March 20, 2015. Click here for full details and application.
Space is available for students in the Huntington yoga classes sponsored by the Huntington Council on Aging. Each class is held in Stanton Hall, every Wednesday, from 9:00AM until 10:15 AM. Sally Barber from the Westfield Yoga Center is the instructor.
Those wishing to improve their physical health, clear and calm their minds, and develop emotional resiliency are especially encouraged to attend these classes.
Thanks to the support of the Huntington Council on Aging, the co-payment for each class is only $5.00. Attendance is on a drop-in basis and no pre-registration is needed. Adults of all ages and abilities are welcome to join this group. For more information contact Anne Marie Knox - Chairman of the Huntington COA - at 667-3167.
Town of Huntington is an Equal Opportunity Employer.