Monthly Archives: September 2022

Weston Nonprofit Summit (aka Volunteer Fair) is Today, September 30

As a reminder, the Weston Community Children’s Association (WCCA) invites everyone in town, whether they have children or not to their first Nonprofit Summit, also known as a Volunteer Fair, today, Friday September 30 from 4-6 pm. A number of local organizations will be there talking about what they do, and why, and how you might get involved. For example,

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Healthy Weston: Flu Shot and COVID Shots Available Literally Everywhere

The Owl is feeling karma’s targeted blast this morning as she waits for a nail to be removed from a tire–a nail that appeared right after a certain soccer parent may have secretly (never ever vocally) wished that Boston Latin’s team would have JUST ONCE this season let our team win. And yeah, nail in tire there in West Roxbury,

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Reception for Joe Ferguson, Local Weston Artist, This Saturday, October 1

Celebrate the arrival of October, the year’s orangest month (unless you are Dutch and then well, orange is never out of style) by stopping by the reception honoring Weston artist Joe Ferguson this Saturday, October 1 starting at 2 pm at the Art & Innovation Center. That was a marvelously long first sentence, no? As covered in a past Owl,

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Did You Know? Weston Police Relief Association and Why It Matters

Yesterday morning, this town’s favorite news channel the Wes-TEN (all of Weston’s happenings in 10 minutes or less, between two pines), rolled into the Weston Police Station for interviews, time in the weight room, and to check in with our favorite (and only) community police force. If you haven’t spent time with any of the characters pictured above, you’re missing

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Craft Beer for a Cause – at Waltham’s Charles River Museum September 29

On Thursday, September 29 from 5:30 – 8:30 pm, head down the street to my favorite W town that isn’t Wellesley or Wayland, and join the fun at the legendary Charles River Museum’s Craft Beer for a Cause fundraiser. For those not familiar with it, the Charles River Museum is Waltham’s hometown museum with a mission to educate about America’s

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