SAVE THE DATEIt's our anniversary and we want to celebrate with the people that made it possible...YOU!Please join us for wine, beer and small bites. We will have prizes, raffles and giveaways. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17th 3pm - 5pm[...]
When: Sep 17, 2016 3pm in Middleton, MA Cost: Free
Please join NEGIS and special guests Mark Scott and Tom Schwartzman of Esri for an ArcGIS platform update! The ArcGIS platform is rich in tools to help you manage, analyze, and present your geographic data. In this session, Mark Scott and Tom Schwartzman of Esri will present an overview of the platform and discuss new features and techniques to help you get the most out of ArcGIS. ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Server will be featured. View the event Agenda Register by September 22nd for a discounted fee: By September 22nd: $25 for students, $35 for all others * After September 22nd: $30 for students, $40 for all others * * Registration fee includes lunch and the remainder of the fee is used to fund scholarships for students seeking a GIS career. * September 29 - Check in/Registration: 10:30-11AM. Map of 35 Village Rd, Middleton, MA Please contact NEGIS at email@example.com with questions or if you prefer to register offline and pay at the door with cash or a check.
Middleton Massachusetts is a town conveniently located near many major highways which makes it an ideal home for commuters and their families. Thoughtful zoning by-laws have allowed for a careful blend of family homes and a variety of retail and commercial properties.
In Middleton you will also find lots of protected open space that assures its rural character. It is governed by open town meeting comprised of an appointed town administrator under the direction of five selectmen.
Middleton schools offer an excellent educational program for preschool through grade six. Grades 7-12 are part of the Masconomet Regional School District which is a system of national renown. The town continues an active commitment to all of its children throughout the community.
Townspeople say that even with all of its modern services and facilities Middleton is still a small town where the librarian knows the residents’ favorite books and the policeman is still a friendly face.