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Hinkley Pond updates summer visitor policy

On Thursday, July 23, Kevin Ryder, director of Medfield Park and Recreation, announced some changes regarding Hinkley Pond for the remainder of the summer season. Previously, only residents could visit the swim pond. As of now, non-residents who are caregivers or babysitters can take children who do live in Medfield.

Hinkley Pond opened for the summer

Hinkley Pond is now open for the summer, with new rules in order to ensure the safety of all visitors.

Visitors will be limited to residents only, while non-residents and guests of residents of residents are prohibited. Visitors will be asked to provide proof of Medfield residency to be admitted...

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Community groups clean up Medfield

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By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff It is said that if each person took the time to pick up five pieces of trash in their community, the world would be a far better place. In honor of Earth Day, several local Medfield groups got together and took time out of their weekends to clean up...
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Lowell Mason House marches towards completion

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Anyone who has driven past the Lowell Mason House at Hinkley Pond on Green Street in Medfield this past year would have seen quite a lot of construction activity. The House, birthplace of our nation’s first music educator, Lowell Mason, was put on permanent structural supports, got a new basement floor, a new...
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Hinkley Pond opens summer registrations

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With April Vacation over and summer right around the corner, registration is now open and available for Hinkley Swim Pond and assorted activities that happen at the Pond. Memberships are now available for purchase for the summer. Family memberships, which include all immediate family members in your household, is $75 for Medfield residents...
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