Monthly Archives: March 2022

Get Outside at College Pond with WFTA This Sunday April 3

On Sunday, April 3rd at 2 PM, join the town’s best nonprofit trails organization (also only, but who needs to know that?) on an exploration of the College Pond conservation area. The trail walk starts at Burchard Park, wanders some of the outskirts of the Campion Center, through fields, and across the famous Troll Bridge where you can see the

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Music in Our Schools With the HS, MS and Field School Choruses Wednesday March 30

If you have never heard our amazing school choruses, it’s time! It’s Music in our Schools month (who knew this existed? Not me! Someone alert Hallmark) so the Weston High, Middle, and Field School choruses are getting together to sing about it on Wednesday, March 30th starting at 7 pm. This event features singers from grades 4 all the way

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Historical Commission Names Three for Preservation Awards

As most people know, the Weston Historical Commission is responsible for the preservation of Weston’s historic and architectural heritage.  With an eye toward keeping the look and feel of Weston’s neighborhoods, it is the job of the Historical Commission to review applications for building permits for all buildings built prior to 1945.   In a bid to compete with the Oscar

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Constabulary Notes From All Over: Weston’s Worst Intersections 2022

With a nod to The New Yorker, which used to frequently quote police blotter “events” in Bar Harbor, Maine, the Owl presents the 2022 Worst Intersections of Weston. If you are not a New Yorker reader (and I do question why in the world you wouldn’t be) Constabulary Notes from All Over would frequently quote the wackiest stories from the

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