WEEK AHEAD: 310 Celebration Lager available, summer concerts start Sunday, Casey in at AHS, ACAM film camp signups, meetings

Welcome to the heart of summer!

Sunshine. Watermelon. Heat waves. The neighbor’s seemingly endless supply of cheap New Hampshire fireworks.

We’re now in the warm, sunblock-soaked glide towards Labor Day.

And what better way to celebrate than with a tall, frosty glass of Abington 310 Celebration Lager. The brewmasters at 10th District formally unveiled their latest concoction last week, complete with an Abington-themed label. The limited-edition lager is available by the pint in the taproom, or in 4-packs.


The 18th season of the Abington Summer Concert Series kicks off Sunday night at the Nisby Bandstand. The night’s featured performers will be the Abington Community Band, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary. The Island Grove Chorus are the special guests. The show starts at 6 p.m. The full concert series lineup is available here.


Kate Casey has been named interim Abington High School assistant principal for the 2022-2023 school year. She replaces Jessee Clements, who has left for an administrative role in Bourne. Casey currently serves as the director of wellness programs for the school department, as well as the varsity girls soccer coach. Athletic Director Peter Serino said she will remain behind the bench for the upcoming fall season.

“As an educator, advisor and coach, Ms. Casey has a proven successful record of establishing an inclusive culture, creating and vetting enrichment opportunities for student and staff development, establishing and maintaining relationships with students, staff, families and key stakeholders in the community and advances the social, emotional, physical and educational opportunities for the students of the Abington Public Schools,” Superintendent Peter Schafer wrote in an email to families.

Casey earned her Bachelor of Science degree in exercise and sports sciences from Colby-Sawyer College and a Master’s degree in education from Fitchburg State University. She is a past associate athletic director, has served on the high school’s school council, and is an intramural advisor and unified sports advisor.

Meanwhile Dr. Shari Fedorowicz, the department’s director of curriculum, instruction and assessment, is departing to become assistant superintendent of teaching and learning at the Old Rochester Regional School District. She had been with Abington schools since 2013.


Signups are underway for Abington Community Access & Media’s 2nd annual film camp. The camp is open for students who currently attend Abington Middle School and have completed grades 5, 6, or 7. First session is July 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, and 28. The second session is Aug. 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10. There are 12 spots available per session and it’s first come, first served. For more information or to sign up, please send all inquires to info@abingtoncam.tv


Here’s a list of municipal meetings and links, plus a new food show called Mad Dog’s Menus.

Board of Selectmen (6/27) – https://youtu.be/DLanekZ6Nhw

Conservation Commission (6/28) – https://youtu.be/GfDOuJrkPdU

Zoning Board of Appeals  (6/30) – https://youtu.be/RS2KZEi-wtU

Mad Dog’s Menus feat. Mal’s Kitchen – https://youtu.be/_O32LZhTUUs

School Committee (6/21) – https://youtu.be/H48R2F2orO0

Charter Review Committee (6/23) – https://youtu.be/ZlLcdn9TPgA



Board of Assessors, 11 a.m., Town Hall. Agenda includes a discussion about month’s end numbers, motor vehicle excise taxes, and the senior workoff overlay.

Open Space Committee, 5:30 p.m., Town Hall. Agenda includes board reorganization, a discussion about placing land off Diance Circle into conservation, and a discussion about public outreach for the Open Space Plan update.

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