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- Petersham Art
2022 Petersham MA Art Council Show & Sale
2022 Petersham Art Council Show & Sale
All welcome to the annual Art Council exhibit
featuring the work of regional artists.
Fri-Sun., May 20-22 at Petersham Town Hall.
Opening reception with live music on Friday May 20, 7-9 PM.
Free & open to all – For more information, CLICK HERE:
- Covid 4-1-22
Massachusetts Covid Positivity under 2% as of 4-1-22
Trends bode well for the Greater Gardner area as shown by the map at left. The City of Gardner is identified by the red G.
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- School Closings
- Saturday Blizzard
Is Greater Gardner MA in for a Saturday Blizzard?
We’re ready at the Greater Gardner Weather Center. CLICK HERE We have several forecast services plus Interactive Maps which show you the various forecast models.
PARKING BANS: Many communities will have parking bans in various areas. Times will vary, but the intent is the same, KEEP CARS OFF THE ROAD so plows can clear the snow.
- Petersham Police
The Town of Petersham MA has a separate website for its Police Department.
It’s Mission Statement includes: “The Petersham Police Department is committed to protect and serve the Town of Petersham with the highest level of integrity and professionalism. It is the goal of this department to provide public safety and security for all residents and visitors within our great community.” The site has extensive forms & resources including speeding traffic and complaint forms, crash report, criminal record request, house check, alarm registration, license to carry applications, and CORI requests. CLICK HERE
- Test Reimbursement
UPDATE: Free Covid-19 Test Kits and Reimbursement for Greater Gardner MA
The Federal Government has a website in effect NOW from which Americans can order free COVID-19 tests. This began on January 19th. For the site CLICK HERE. These kits are absolutely free (limited to 4 tests per address) and don’t require any payment upfront.
In addition, private insurers must cover the cost of up to eight at-home Covid-19 tests per month. (This started January 15, 2022.) Consumers pay for the tests up front and get reimbursed by insurance. Previous purchases don’t count and tests must be on approved government list: Rapid Antigen —- Molecular (PCR).
The Biden Administration has also announced that FREE masks will soon be available through your local pharmacy. Ask your pharmacy for details.
Additional suggestion: With many venues requiring proof of vaccination, we suggest the purchase of an inexpensive all-in-one printer (less than $70 from any major retailer) so you can scan your vax card. Back up any documents and keep a file on your phone. Now an even easier suggestion: Get a digital Vax Card through the State of Massachusetts. To visit the portal, CLICK HERE.
- Nichewaug Hearing
Public Hearing Thursday, January 20 at 6pm re Nichewaug
Hearing is being held for the purposes of reviewing application from the Historic District Commission for demolition of the Nichewaug Inn and Academy. For more information, CLICK HERE
- Covid Cases
Covid reaching every age group in Greater Gardner MA
Gardner Magazine has charted the State data in graphic form (just click on either image at left for large view) to illustrate the wide-ranging impact of Covid 19 among all age groups. Here’s the problem: Covid continues to spread because of unvaccinated people AND because vaccines are not 100% effective. While most younger people do survive, the average age of death is still 75. Conclusion: Getting the vaccine could save the life of your older relative, friend, or neighbor. Think about it.
- Cold Weather
Avoid Fire and Carbon Monoxide Hazards during Greater Gardner MA Cold Snap
Smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarms are effective defense strategies. Space Heaters, Fireplaces, and woodstoves need to be used safely. We have the complete article. CLICK HERE
- Dog Licensing
UPDATE January 7, 2022 from City of Gardner: ” Dog Licenses Are Not Currently Available Due To Production Delay. Please be advised that 2022 dog licenses are not available at this time due to a production delay with our tag manufacturer. If you have mailed in your license request, your check will not be cashed until we receive the new tags, which could be as late as some time in February. We will periodically update the website or you can feel free to contact the City Clerk’s office at 978-630-4058. The time frame for late fees will be adjusted accordingly.”
Greater Gardner MA Dog Licensing 2022
Dog licensing in the Greater Gardner MA area needs to be done every year. In Gardner MA, Fees are: Males/Females not fixed – $15, and neutered/spayed $11 Due dates, fees, and late penalties vary by community. All communities require proof of rabies. Wearing a dog license tag protects your dog, as your pet can be traced back to you in the event your dog gets loose. Here are the dates and dog licensing web links by community:
Ashburnham – by 5/31/22, — Ashby – by 1/1/22, — Athol – by 2/28/22, — Barre – by 3/31/22, — Gardner by 3/31/22, — Hardwick- by 4/1/22, — Hubbardston – by 5/1/22, — New Salem -date not listed , —Oakham – 4/1 to 3/31, late after 6/1, — Orange – by 3/31/22, — Petersham – by 1/1/22 (website as of 12/31/21 only listed 2020 info), — Phillipston – by 3/31/22, —Princeton by 4/28/22 (last business day in April), — Royalston – date not listed, — Rutland by 3/31/22, — Templeton by 3/31/22, — Warwick by 6/1/22 a new town website is in progress Old town website Fees were at this link, — Westminster by 4/15/22, — Winchendon by 3/31/22
Around the Petersham MA Community
Petersham is a town in Worcester County Massachusetts with a population of around 1250 people.
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