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Littleton

Meet local vendors on common Thursday

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The next installment of this summer’s Third Thursdays on the Common series is scheduled for this week from 5 to 8 p.m. on the town green at routes 110 and 119. Sponsored by the town’s Department of Parks, Recreation, and Community Education, the series is designed to give local vendors an opportunity to interact with members of the community by setting up booth spaces at which the vendors can present information, sell wares, and answer questions and discuss their businesses. The final session for this summer will be held Aug. 15. For more information, call the department at 978-540-2490.

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