• Flyers and Community Announcements

    The Community Bulletin Board will be updated every Friday, so check back frequently!

    Ashland Public Schools provides this web page as a community service. Distribution does not imply that the district endorses or approves the activities or viewpoints promoted in these materials. All questions should be directed to the contact(s) listed on the relevant flyer or in the event description.

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  • MENTAL HEALTH ESSENTIALS

    Ashland's Department of Prevention & Human Services and DAET will host the virtual presentation Mental Health Essentials for Communities, a Mental Health Collaborative educational program for community adults, caregivers, parents, and teens 16+. ~ Talking about mental health ~ Knowing when you need support ~ Recognizing when a loved one needs help ~ Accessing professional care & resources ~ Using self-care strategies This is a Zoom presentation.

    To register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0scu6urTwiGdEfgR8yjsPY0ADHPudL7j9R#/registration
    Questions: kfrench@ashlandmass.com

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  • CAR WASH

    Come and support this amazing group of student athletes and have your car washed! Suggested donation $10

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  • YOUTH POETRY CONTEST

    Annual AREA (Ashland Residents for Equity & Action) Juneteenth Youth Poetry Contest! Please submit your poem on "What Juneteenth Means To Me" to area@ashlandequity.org by June 10th. 3 winners will be selected and awarded prizes at the AREA - Ashland Farmer's Market Juneteenth Celebration on June 22nd. Winners will have the opportunity to read their poem at the event. Make sure submissions include title, your name, your grade, and your teacher's name if you are doing this for a class. We are so excited to read your work!

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  • STONE PARK MUSIC FESTIVAL PIANO COMPETITION Park Music Festival Piano Competition

    Through this competition, open to all ages, Stone Park Music Festival celebrates the competitors' hard work, encourages them to move forward with their piano studies and be part of their exquisite yet strenuous musical journeys! There are four divisions, and prizes range from $100-$250. The application fee is $25. Applications close July 28. For more details or to apply, visit www.stonemusicfestival.com.

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  • TEEN TRIVIA NIGHT at ASHLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY

    Prove your speed and smarts at Teen Trivia Night! Earn your house points, because May’s topic is Harry Potter! Each month we will have new trivia topics and new winners. Play each month to keep a points total for a chance to win our grand prize! Join us at the library on Wednesday, May 22nd from 5:00PM to 6:00PM. Register at http://tinyurl.com/APLTeen-Trivia-4 or email lbernier@ashlandmass.com for more info! 

     

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  • SPRING BAND AND CHORAL MUSIC CONCERT SEASON

    Mark your calendars! The Ashland Public Schools spring band and choral music concert season kicks off on March 5 and continues through the end of May. Come on out and support our youth musicians. All concerts are free and open to the public. Visit ashlandmusic.org for more details.

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  • DREAM STATION EARLY LEARNING CENTER - SCHOOL AGE SUMMER PROGRAM 2024

    Dream Station Early Learning Center-- School Age Summer Program 2024. 10 Weeks of Summer Fun for Children entering into 1st - 6th grade. Daily arts and crafts, group games, special weekly treats. Call 508-881-7670 or e-mail cbishop@dsmwm.org for more information!