Upcoming Events with the Weston Community League – February

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While I love to editorialize most of what comes into my email box about upcoming events for the town, the Owl is currently overwhelmed with stuff going on. Why is our small town so full of things to do? Are we Boston? Discuss. Anyone bored in Weston needs to come help out my inbox. I give up on getting a “real” newspaper in town but could someone please start a community calendar? Bueller? Bueller?

Please note that tomorrow’s pruning workshop may set you up for success at this week’s re-scheduled Stewardship Saturday with Conservation and WFTA at the town’s hopping apple orchard on Concord Road. More on that later–it’s maybe six or seven emails down in the inbox. You can become a WCL member here: https://www.wclweston.org/. Remember that they are in midst of re-branding and you will see them as Women’s Community League and Weston Community League.


Pruning Workshop by Jen Kettle – Wednesday, February 8, 10 a.m. at Saint Peter’s Fellowship Hall, 320 Boston Post Road

Interested in gardening and all things plants? The Country Garden Club is holding a pruning workshop, and WCL members are invited to join them! Please arrive by 9:45 a.m. Questions and to RSVP, contact Jana Hinton at janahinton@me.com.

“Galentine’s Day” Dining Around Lunch – Tuesday, February 14 – 12-2 PM at Seasons 52, Route 9 in Chestnut Hill

We’re excited for our “Galentine’s Day” Dining Around Lunch at Seasons 52 (https://www.seasons52.com/home) with its delicious menu that changes seasonally – and always offers wonderful soup/salad combinations as well as fresh seafood and fabulous fresh offerings. Separate checks and plenty of parking. RSVP / register as soon as possible at wclweston.org. And please contact Lee Johnson, jimlee.johnson17@gmail.com with any questions and/or if you’re interested in carpoooling. 

Book Group – Wednesday, February 15, 7 PM

Don’t miss our next book group on 

Wednesday, Feb. 15th, at 7PM as we discuss the riveting novel, 

The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O’Farrell.

The author brings the world of Renaissance Italy to jewel-bright life in this unforgettable, fictional portrait of the captivating young duchess Lucrezia de’ Medici as she makes her way in a troubled court. According to the Washington Post, “O’Farrell pulls out little threads of historical detail to weave this story of a precocious girl sensitive to the contradictions of her station … You may know the history, and you may think you know what’s coming, but don’t be so sure. 

For more information, please visit wclweston.org

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