The March Advocate issue opens with a preview of the draft of Dublin’s 2018 warrant articles, complete with relevant dates and times to vote and meet. The library offers its annual Meet Your Candidates (list p. 4) as well as its weekly StoryTimes, the Friends host a talk on Madame Butterfly, and the Town Clerk points out election details. Don’t miss the pre-town meeting! School news comes from the elementary school principal about the activities for our children and our school board rep shares the petition article re word changes in the collective bargaining agreement. The Historical Society announces the annual meeting, potluck, and talk; we announce a new staffer; and you can check out the requests from the eight nonprofits that are proposed to receive our support if approved at Town Meeting (March 17, 9 am, DCS). The Planning Board reports on its second ordinance; we remember a dear friend, and the Hub details its March offerings. Dublin School has Nordic and basketball news, and we profile the family who have bought the former parsonage on Main. Read all about old-time tools in local kitchens, Japanese tools in workshops, volunteer training for hospice, and Waxwings. And do check out our advertisers.

March 2018