Monthly Archives: October 2021

Country Garden Club to Plant 1000 Daffodils at HS – Volunteers Welcome

The Country Garden Club of Weston wants to brighten your day–and the springtime at Weston High School–by planting 1,000 daffodil bulbs at the high school campus. Planting day is Wednesday, November 3 and the Garden Club is looking for help in burying all those tiny daffodil bulb-bodies. Daffodils are my favorite spring flower–they are some of the earliest to bloom,

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Weekend Calendar: Boo! Thrills, Chills and Rain

Well, here we are at Halloween weekend, the end of fall sports (except for those who go on to playoffs–darn you , Waltham Hawks), and the beginning of the downhill run into darkness at 4 pm. Boo!!! No, time does not change this weekend–that’s next weekend. With a predicted rainout of everything oudoors tomorrow, you’ll be wanting to make plans

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POSTPONED TO SAT 11/6: Haunted Circus Coming to High School

NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO LIKELY WEATHER ISSUES. It will now take place November 6 and the information has been edited accordingly. With a week of spooky stuff coming up, the cornerstone of creepy must be the annual Sophomore Class Haunted House event, which is a major fundraiser for the sophomore class every year. This year the

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Ice Skating with Weston Recreation: Memberships Open, Lesson Sign-Up Tomorrow

Set your alarm clocks! The Weston Recreation Department opens registration for ice skating lessons on Tuesday, October 26 at 10 AM.  Lessons are available for beginners to advanced, age 4.5 through adult.  I hear all toddlers will be carded. All prospective participants are required to purchase a Weston Skating Club membership to access lessons, family skate, or Men’s hockey. Special family and senior rates can

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Sunday Gratitude: Lifer

This morning in Newburyport, this Owl completed her second half marathon. Ever. The last one was almost exactly a decade ago, in August 2011, in Rio de Janeiro. I do know how to pick them…running in the shadows of Sugarloaf and along Copacabana, and today in the gorgeous fall colors of the north shore. I’m not a huge fan of

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