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1. The first day of final exams at begin today. To see a full schedule of exams click here.
2. The Drama-Play Connection, a special needs summer program that teaches social skills, confidence, and leadership to children through the art of drama is holding a 1960's vintage clothing and accessories drive today at The Sherborn Swap Shop (Hap Ruane Recycling Center/Sherborn Transfer Station).
The director of the program, Liana Morgens, is a resident of Sherborn, and is very excited to invite the community to help a wonderful group of children and teens put on a 1960's spoof of The Pink Panther this summer.
The Drama-Play Connection is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization, and all donations are tax-deductible. Volunteers at the Sherborn Swap Shop have a donations form if you would like to fill one out.
The Drama-Play Connection is seeking 1960's clothing or 60's-type clothing and accessories, as well as trench coats of any size and color.
For more information contact Liana Morgens directly with any questions at 781-899-1160.
4. The Dover Council on Aging invites Seniors to a game of outdoor bocce ball at 10:30 a.m. behind the .
5. Registration is now open for the Dover-Sherborn Youth Football Program (DSYF) half-day football camp which will be held on Saturday, June 16. Students who will be in 2nd–4th grade this fall can learn football fundamentals from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Students who will be in 5th-9th grade this fall can practice and fine-tune their skills from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Register on the Dover Parks & Rec website HERE or at the day of the camp. The cost is roughly $50, depending on your child's age and when you register.