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Tips for Back-To-School

It’s the last weeks of summer! This means school is starting back up soon. Perhaps, some children are already back in school. But, as always, going back to school is a big transition. No matter the age of your kids, going back to school can cause mixed feelings of excitement and anxiety.  For young kids,…

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Make Your Own Homemade Bread

A couple of years ago, making homemade bread was a huge phenomenon! It was all over the internet, people were sharing recipes, and sometimes people couldn’t even find yeast!  If you missed the trend or miss partaking in the trend, sign yourself up for this Home Bread Baking Class.  Join head baker Jojo Emerson at…

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Celebrate Independence Day!

Summer has begun! Everyone’s favorite season had officially begun on June 21st, meaning Independence Day is right around the corner.  July 4th, also known as Independence Day, marks a historic day in American history. In 1776, the Declaration of Independence was approved by the Continental Congress. Granting America independence from Great Britain.  To celebrate the…

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Simple Summer-Inspired Recipes

This summer, everyone wants fun, refreshing, tasty, yet easy-to-make recipes! Spend less time in the kitchen, and more time relaxing with family and friends while enjoying some of these incredible recipes.  Key Lime Cream Pie: This no-bake recipe is cool and refreshing, and the perfect thing to bring to a party or cookout!  Grilled Chicken…

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Shop Local

  This holiday season, shopping from small businesses is more important than ever. Shopping locally benefits everyone! When you shop small, the money goes back into the community, and you’ll score some awesome products. Check out the list below for some local shopping ideas.   • Tin Bucket – “Useful, beautiful goods, created with love.”…

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Reading Commons Food Drive

We are excited to share that Reading Commons is taking part in a social impact campaign to help members of our local community who are suffering from food insecurity. According to Feeding America, “The coronavirus pandemic has left millions of families without stable employment and more than 54 million people, including 18 million children, may…

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Outside the Box Mural Project

The Reading Historical Commission funded artist Franklin Marval to complete the installation of vinyl wraps to city utility boxes. The artist having completed installations throughout Massachusetts, chose historical images to adorn four utility wraps here in Reading. You can view the utility wrap boxes; in front of Town Hall, at Harnden St. & Main St.,…

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