Monthly Archives: December 2021

WFTA Walk January 2 – Jericho Forest, French’s Field, Beaver Bridge

Join Weston Forest & Trail on Sunday, January 2nd at 2 PM on a pleasant walk through Jericho Town Forest to French’s Field. Intrepid hikers have an option for an add-on loop to the new Cherry Brook arched bridge, constructed by Conservation Commissioner Rees Tulloss and nicknamed the Beaver Bridge. The hike will also touch on the Bay Circuit Trail

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Weston Owl Vacation Hold – Operação Tartaruga

It’s been a busy week here for the Owl but not for the news of the Town. Given that nothing earth-shattering is happening, the Owl is going to flap off for a holiday break now…or rather, start Operação Tartaruga. Please do nothing interesting for a couple of weeks, Weston. Operação Tartaruga is a Brazilianism that literally translates as Operation Turtle.

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Resting Our Case: Touring the Renovated Case House

More than a year and a half ago, the renovation and upgrade of Case House, also known as the Weston Public School administration “club house” (not really) were completed. A town-wide coming-out party and open house was readied to show off the improvements in spring 2020. But then… Covid. Since that time, the building has been largely off-limits to visitors

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Jazzing It Up and Doing Good with Weston Resident Meghan Balbale

Looking for a nice night out to start your week? On Monday, December 20 from 6:30-8:00 pm, you are invited to “Pop-Up Holiday Jazz & Cocktails for a Cause” at Relish Bistro Bar at the Westin Hotel in Waltham. Yes, they spell Weston wrong but we forgive them. If you have not heard Meghan Balbale, local resident and canteuse extraordinaire,

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