Grafton Massachusetts Events

As summer heats up here in the Northeast, NECEC members are excited to showcase the latest and best technology and innovation in their home state of Massachusetts.

On Monday 5 June NECEC members NRG Energy and PowerOptions will celebrate the commissioning of the first solar power plant of its kind in the state of Massachusetts. BlueWave Solar will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the installation of its first photovoltaic (PV) system. Following the ribbon cutting ceremony, the participants are invited to a panel discussion on promoting the future of renewable energies. Moderated by NECec Executive Director and Chairman and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), Michael O'Brien, panelists from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the State Energy Research and Development Authority (ESDA) will participate in the panel.

The first group (grades 2 and 3) meets at 7.30 p.m. in the Grafton Public Library in the basement of the school. The second group, grades 4 and 6, will meet in a separate room at GRAFTON High School at 8 p.m. in front of a projector.

Session 2 is from April 1 to 24 in the Grafton Public Library in the basement of the school in front of a projector. Both courses meet on the first Tuesday of the month at 19.30 and in the second week of each month from May 1st to June 30th.

The craft market will take place on Saturday 3 December from 10 am to 3 pm at the Grafton Town Library. The tree lighting will take place on Christmas Eve, Santa Claus will come with a fire truck.

The store will feature the New York-based musician, who grew up in Sutton, one of the area's most popular musicians and the city's largest fan base.

El Brazo Albarino from Spain is paired with chops, and the drink and entree are complemented by a hard cider pairing. The meal includes a glass of wine, a plate of appetizers and a drink, as well as an appetizer and dessert. Enjoy your staff for a quick lunch or dinner with a pint or two of beer, wine or cider or cocktail.

Call Norm Lauria at 508-839-4095 to make a reservation, or meet the group at 7 p.m. in the Grafton Public Library lobby. Meet your group and enjoy a pint or two of beer, wine or cider or cocktail, and a plate of appetizers and dessert.

American food, whose strength is the best of both worlds: fresh, local ingredients and delicious dishes. Jack fills the list with Albarino Sparkling, Pinot Grigio Global and unique wines like those from Wines Inc., and you get delicious menu items to show for it, to name a few.

Urban planner franchisees set their own working hours to provide valuable service to homeowners and local businesses in the area. Our network of franchisees works coast-to-coast, border-to-border to ensure that you get the information, savings and care you need. Bluewave is one of many solar companies bringing the benefits of solar energy to the Northeast of the country, contributing to our state's local sustainability goals, and providing financially sound investments to the communities we serve.

Although Grafton is not technically a fairy-tale event, you can reach all of the 40 Frosty stops and enjoy the nearly a dozen stops within walking distance.

The Grafton and Upton Railroad currently operates a freight line through the city, linking the Framingham - Worcester line with the Franklin Line in Milford. The MBTA offers one stop on its Framhampton and Worcester lines, and MassPort provides public transportation to and from the airport terminal in Framingham. The Worcester Regional Transit Authority has also introduced shuttles into the city to connect residents with the Worcester County Line to Worcester, Somerville, Worcester and South Worcester stations.

The bus station and paid parking are located at Grafton and Upton Railroad Station, Worcester County Line and Framingham - Worcester Line.

According to the US Census Bureau, the city has at least 1.5 hectares of land, about 2 hectares of which is water. The property is of ecological importance because it is part of the Grafton Land Trust, which owns the land and the land.

Grafton is made up of the city of Graftonsville, Massachusetts, and the cities of Farnumsville and Fisherville. The city is the oldest industrial region in the United States with a population of over 1,000 people and is home to the Massachusetts State House, Boston Public Library and a number of schools. It includes several other towns and villages within its borders, including Farnum's Hill, Farnum's, Fishervillies, Saundersville & Axtell Corner, which includes the city's largest city, as well as several smaller towns.

Grafton was founded in 1735 from a village in Nipmuc, known as Hassanamisco Reserve. Originally an offshoot of Worcester State Hospital, it was originally used as a psychiatric hospital where chronically ill patients could live and work.

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