Monthly Archives: June 2023

The Fourth Is With Us: Harborfest, Lexington Carnival and Other Fun for Treason Day

. So here we are, Weston, on the cusp of the five-day party called July 4th weekend. It is one of the favorite jokes of Mr. Owl when the US celebrates an exact date not on that date. Like Independence Day is in fact July 4, not July 2 when Lexington’s fireworks go off or even July 1 when Boston

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Where is it Wednesday

It’s Wednesday, so let’s play a round of Where IS It Wednesday! Brought to you by the Weston Historical Society. Hint: The main house and carriage house, pictured here, belonged to one of Weston’s most serious gentleman farmers whose estate was the 4th largest in town. The owner once graced the cover of a Guernsey cattle breeder’s publication and he

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Community Service Hours Are Not Just for High School: Volunteer, Weston

. When the Owl family moved to Weston after nine years in Brazil, one of the things that most impressed me – and continues to impress me – was the number of volunteers who make this town run. From the unpaid Select Board to the unpaid Tree Advisory Group to the unpaid Council on Aging, Recreation Commission, Conservation Commission to

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Asian Music Festival Scheduled for Weston Tonight Moving to Lexington

. The 3rd Boston International Asian Music Festival brings together musicians from India, South Korea, Japan, China, and the United States. There will be singing, dancing, and a children’s chorus made up of Westonian children. Due to the weather, the event will no longer be held on the Weston Town Green, but at Lexington’s Chinese Bible Church of Greater Boston,

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Weston Police Officer Lindsey Bazigian Leaves the Building

. The Weston Police Department announced today on its Facebook page, without warning to the Owl, that Officer Lindsey Bazigian is leaving after four years of service to the Town of Weston. For those of you with children in the elementary schools here, you may know her simply as Officer Lindsey, the School Resource Officer at Field, Country and Woodland

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