Last Chance: Deadlines You Need to Know This Week in Hamilton and Wenham

An opportunity to ask questions about the Patton estate gift and a chance to sign up your children for a yoga class are some of the deadlines this week.

Welcome to Last Chance, a regular feature that will provide a list of upcoming deadlines that you may want to know about. Do you know about a deadline coming up this week that we missed? Share it in the comments below.

We’ll feature the latest deadlines to take a class, join a bus trip to Foxwoods or register to vote.

Here is a list of important dates that Hamilton and Wenham residents will want to know this week.

Patton Gift: On Saturday at the Annual Town Meeting in Hamilton, . On Monday and Tuesday, voters or other interested residents can meet with two members of the Patton Family Gift Advisory Committee – Stacy Carpenter and John Cusalito – to hear more about how the town plans to use the Asbury Street property and ask any questions. Sessions are planned for 3:30 p.m. at and 6 p.m. at (Hamilton Council on Aging/old library) on Monday and Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the .

Yoga for Kids: You can help unleash your child’s inner potential using the techniques of yoga- breath work, mindfulness and nutrition. A fun and creative class called “Taking Flight Yoga for Kids” at the gets started this week. The class will help increase self-awareness and provide children age 6-11 with tools to be healthy and happy in the classroom, at home and with friends. The class runs Tuesdays from May 8-29 from 3:30-4:15 p.m. The cost is $39 for the four-week session.

Mother’s Day: Mother’s Day is Sunday and taking mom out to brunch is a popular way to celebrate. Many places fill up quick, so now is the time to make reservation. Looking for some ideas on the best place to go? Check the results of here in Hamilton-Wenham, as well in some nearby dining options in , and .

Do you know about an important upcoming deadline? Share it in the comments below and we’ll consider including it in our next Last Chance.


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