Monthly Archives: July 2023

Down the Rabbit Hole with Weston Public Library and Historical Town Reports

. The Owl has flown back from a two-week holiday in Italy and Croatia to find her street completely dug up in anticipation of repaving, as well as hugely bigger Cecropia caterpillars which were cat-sit along with actual feline Bobby Sweetface, and a giant pile of stuff to do, bills to pay and a lawn to mow. Just out of

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Some Like It Hot…And Some Don’t: Tonight’s Indoor Movie Night at First Parish Church

Due to potential thunderstorms and a heat advisory, First Parish Church has moved its Outdoor Movie Night indoors. You are still invited to bring your own blanket, lawn chair, sleeping bag, or “other lounging apparatus” (Ed.: What is FPC even talking about here? What are the other options? Hmmm) – some of the chairs have been moved so you can

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A Parliament of Owls: Changing Spaces at Weston’s Memorial Pool

Did you know a group of owls is called a “parliament”? In the case of the Weston Owl, a Parliament is a guest post on this page. This post was written by Weston resident Jayme Betts. ++ Visitors to Weston’s upgraded Memorial Pool now have access to a little-known amenity: a Universal Changing Table. It is a powered, height adjustable table

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Expeditionary Learning with Dr. Karen Zaleski, Weston’s Interim Superintendent

. As noted in a prior post, the Owl is on hiatus (hoot-atus? Yeah, sorry not funny but even humor takes a rest sometimes), but wanted to send this one out before I forget the fun. ++ Early morning on Friday, July 14, the Owl stopped by Case House, headquarters of the best public school system in Massachusetts, to go

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