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Last Chance to See Winter Wonderland at Golden Ball Tavern

Well, it’s been a week, quite literally in this case. If you have not yet seen the Winter Wonderland created by the Country Garden Club of Weston at the Golden Ball Tavern Museum which opened on December 2, then today, tomorrow and Sunday are your last chances. On Saturday, December 9 from 12:30-1:30, the Weston High School Carolers (go ‘cats!)

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Christmas Tree Lighting and Carol Singing at Regis College – December 7

Christmas Tree Lighting is a holiday event held every year at Regis, and members of the Weston community are invited to share in the festivities on December 7 at 4:30 pm. Regis celebrates Christmas by lighting the tree in the Quad near Maria Hall, as well as lighting up many other locations around campus. During the event, everyone can enjoy

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Christmas Cookies, Carol Sing and Party at First Parish: December 8

On Friday, December 8 from 6:30-9 pm, join your friends and neighbors at First Parish Church for the Annual Christmas Party and Carol Sing. There will be ham! Sorry, that just caught my eye. There will be appetizers, ham, desserts, wine and soft drinks. Childcare for very young children will be available from 6:00-8:30.  Family cookie decorating will take place

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Christmas Elves Arrive in Ogilvie Forest

Every year, mysterious Christmas elves arrive in Ogilvie forest, which is the conservation land furthest north in the town of Weston. It is somewhat bordered by Concord Road, Sudbury Road, and Old Sudbury Road and Lincoln conservation land to the north. The first ornaments always seem to arrive on the day after Thanksgiving. Then a box full arrives sometime after

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Season Finale of Superintendent Choice Series: Tonight, December 4

Tonight, December 4 at 7 pm, is the grand finale of the Permanent Superintendent Choice series on Weston Media Center (do not be looking for it on Netflix, where it already would have been canceled). If you have not followed the series, you will need to start binge-watching this morning–just the second-to-last episode (SC interviewing the finalists) is 4 hours

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Holiday Safety Tips from the Weston Police

The following Holiday Safety Tips are recommendations the safety and security of our residents during this holiday season. Holidays can be extremely busy, and people can become vulnerable to theft and other crimes. Celebrate with joy, but keep an eye out because scammers prey on the vulnerability of busy families. If You Are Traveling Protect Your Vehicle If a Stranger

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