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Elderly and Disabled Taxation Aid Fund

The Town has funds available to assist elderly and/or disabled Wrentham residents to defray the cost of the property taxes. Click here for more information.

Holly Club

The Holly Club is making an offer you can't refuse! How would you like to get up close and personal to 3 SUPER BOWL rings and 3 AFC rings? The Holly Club is holding a raffle - tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20 - the winner to be drawn on Nov. 4. What's even more special about this is that the winner can invite up to 5 guests to view and try on these rings! Take your picture wearing a ring! That wonderful time will be at the convenience of the winner and the donor and will be held at the Wrentham Police Department. Tickets will be sold at the Post Office on Saturdays Sept. 20, Oct. 11 and 25. Buy early and often for this awesome experience!

A Passion for Birds

The Wrentham Open Space Committee presents "A Passion for Birds", a comic, interactive, educational show, on Saturday, Sept. 27 at the Fiske Library's Sweatt Meeting Room. Showtime is 1 PM.

Created and performed by Henry Lappen, "A Passion for Birds" uses realistic, handmade masks to explore how different birds have evolved different shapes and behaviors to adapt to their environment. Parti-cipants get a chance to try on the masks and soar as Eagles, swim as Puffins, and stalk as Herons.

Henry Lappen has been performing comedy for over 30 years. He has been an avid student of nature since childhood. In this show, he combines his love and knowledge of birds, with his comic timing, and artistry in mask making and performing. Henry studied mime, mask and clowning at California's Dell'Arte School of Physical Comedy. He is a member of the Hampshire Bird Club and Northeast Hawkwatch. Henry was a Great Blue Heron in a past life.

The show is sponsored by the Wrentham Open Space Committee, and was made possible by a grant from the Sweatt Fund. For more information, please look up www.HenryLappen.com, or contact Barry Kassler at 508-384-7733 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Don't miss this fabulous event!

Special Town Meeting

The Special Town Meeting is scheduled for Monday, November 10, 2014 at the King Philip Regional High School Auditorium beginning at 7:30 p.m. The warrant for the Special Town Meeting was opened by the Board of Selectmen on September 9th and will close on September 30, 2014. Submit articles to the Board of Selectmen on the Warrant Article Request form.

Volunteer of the Year

Do you know anyone that has gone above and beyond in volunteering in the Town. Nominate them by filling out this 2014 Volunteer of the Year form. Winners will be acknowledged at the Special Town Meeting on November 10th.

Tri-County On-Line Registration

Tri-County proudly offers fall continuing education courses to local residents in the areas of cosmetology, culinary arts, personal finance, trade certification, and more. Click here to view the Fall 2014 Course Catalog.

GATRA Tri-Town Connector Begins July 7

GATRA is pleased to announce that the Tri-Town Connector will begin service on Monday, July 7, 2014. This new service will provide expanded bus service to the towns of Norfolk, Wrentham and Foxborough and will also connect to the Franklin Area Bus (FAB) at the Big Y in Franklin.

There will be several stops along the Tri-Town Connector route, including the Wrentham downtown municipal parking lot and senior center, Foxborough's Patriot Place marketplace and medical centers, and the MBTA station and Massachusetts Correctional Institution prisons in Norfolk.

The bus will operate Monday through Friday from 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM, and on Saturday from 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM.

Except along Route 1, passengers may board the bus anywhere along the bus route by waving to the driver as the vehicle approaches. All GATRA transportation is equipped with accessibility for wheelchairs.

The one-way cash fare is $1.00, and students, seniors, and persons with disabilities will pay 50 cents.