Monthly Archives: March 2023

The Easter Bunny Arrives on Town Green on April 8; Holy Week Calendar

Okay, Weston, as mentioned last year, I cannot and will not write “The Spring Bunny” and the “Spring Egg Hunt.” I am not bound by Town Green’s antiquated rules of “religon-free” events and therefore I shall continue to call the six foot tall, pastel-vest wearing, plastic-egg-carrying fuzzo what it actually is: the Easter Bunny. The annual Spring Easter Egg Hunt will take

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Land’s Sake Sugaring Off Festival – March 25 at the Sugar House

. Early spring means it’s time for the Land’s Sake Sugaring Off Festival, this year on Saturday, March 25 from 10 am-2 pm at the Middle School Sugar Shack (fine, it’s a Sugar House but only because we’re Weston). The Sugar House is where the famous Weston-born maple syrup is boiled and bottled. Come on by for a free tour (this

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Next Door News: How Wellesley is Looking at Standards-Based Grading

. So I’m not sure anyone has noticed but we have a lot of high emotions in town right now about interim superintendents, standards-based grading, and teacher contracts. And while we all know that Weston is unique, we are not alone. Our neighbor to the south, home to the best college on this planet, is facing some similar stuff (minus

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Fica a Dica: Svenfish and Captain’s Choice Seafood

. “Fica a dica” means “here’s some advice” in Portuguese. + As you all know, one of the reasons the Owl is obsessed with Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is the element of surprise that comes every week. Like “check out these weird bumpy veggies, let’s find a recipe for them” or “wow, 40 heirloom tomatoes, now what?” Favorite discoveries have

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