Come find us, local business and tech groups, Norton's inspiring students, and more at the Community STEAM Showcase. Activities for grades spanning K-8. The event is taking place on March 20, from 6 to 7:30 PM in the Norton High School's gymnasium.
Have you noticed something different on the eastern side of town? The rail-trail extension has finally come to Norton! While this is not an LPS project, we are pleased with the increased access the rail-trail will bring to our preserve, the Henrich-Johnson Woods, on North Washington Street, and look forward to expanding our trail system there in the future. For the most recent updates on the rail-trail expansion, please visit its Facebook page, here.
What is a Blue Trail?
Blue trails are publicly accessible waters navigable by canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards.
So What is Happening in Norton?
Norton's latest master plan has determined the development of blue trail as a key to expanding outdoor recreation opportunities within the town. Be sure to stay tuned!
In partnership with Norton’s Conservation Director, John Thomas; Norton High School’s shop teacher, David Cuddington, and his students; and the Attleboro YMCA, the Land Preservation Society has been working to expand and maintain trails across Norton. Visit Edith Read on North Worcester Street to explore Norton’s newest trails featuring boardwalks built by high school volunteers and an anonymous friend of Norton’s outdoor spaces. We are very grateful for this partnership and look forward to sharing more projects expanding access to Norton’s natural resources.