People Helping People and the Burlington Food Pantry are continuing to serve those in need in the community. Donations can be dropped off in the pantry's Donation Center at the entrance of the parking lot at 10 Saint Mark's Road. Center is open everyday, generally 9am-5pm.
The following is an updated list of the most frequently needed items:
Broth, Pancake Syrup, Basmati/Jasmine Rice, Canned Potatoes, Ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, salad dressings, coffee, tea, hot cocoa, snack foods, side dishes (Flavored Ride, Mashed Potatoes, etc.), oil, jelly, dish soap, toothpaste, shampoo, tissues and baby wipes.
Any donation can be dropped off in the pantry’s Donation Center (walk-in Mi Box pod) located at the entrance of the food pantry’s parking lot at 10 Saint Mark’s Road. The Donation Center is open everyday from 9am to 5 pm
This event will send you on a scavenger hunt through the parks to find eggs, collect points and win prizes. The event is for Burlington residents only and pre registration is required.
Come and get your photos taken with the Easter Bunny. Everyone is welcome and pre registration is required.
VIRTUAL MEETING using WebEx Technology* Click here for the Agenda:
Virtual Meeting Using WebEX Technology* Click here for agenda:
Join Dr. Kellie Carter-Jackson as she discusses the history of black women and their pivotal roles in the women's suffrage movement and the Voting Rights Act.
Video Voyagers is BCAT's after school video program for middle school students in Burlington. We are still navigating through the COVID-19 pandemic and will be meeting virtually until further notice.
For more information please visit our site. Registration is required
The Town of Burlington is hosting a Virtual Meeting on Economic Development on Wednesday, March 24th at 6:30pm. Get updates on the Town Center Initiative and share your thoughts! Join virtually or by phone! For more information, please visit the official Facebook Event or view the Town Calendar at www.burlington.org.
Get moving and grooving with the Easter Bunny on Zoom. This special event is designed for participants to have fun and get energy out. The event is free.
Kids Winter Reading is for Pre K to 5th Grade and Teen Winter Reading is for Grades 6 thru 12. Both programs will be through Beanstack.
The Easter Bunny will be painting a step by step Easter themed creation. All materials are included and can be picked up at the Recreation Center on Friday, March 26 between 8:30 am through 4:30 pm. Cost of the event is $15 and pre registration is required.
Girls Varsity Volleyball VS. Stoneham Spartans (March 27, 2021)