Category Archives: Weekend Calendar

POSTPONED TO SAT 11/6: Haunted Circus Coming to High School

NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO LIKELY WEATHER ISSUES. It will now take place November 6 and the information has been edited accordingly. With a week of spooky stuff coming up, the cornerstone of creepy must be the annual Sophomore Class Haunted House event, which is a major fundraiser for the sophomore class every year. This year the

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Absolutely No Need to Leave Weston this Weekend

So much to do, so little time! And you know for whom the bell tolls on this wonderful fall weather so might as well take advantage of all that’s offered this weekend, organized or not. Realize that the trails are glorious right now: find your next one at http://www.westonforesttrail.org. Here are some suggestions for your weekend, and go ‘Cats! Friday,

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Pumpkinfest for Camp Sunshine This Saturday

Update October 22, 2021: $15,000 was raised for Camp Sunshine! Nice work, students! See here. On Saturday, October 16, 2021 from 12-4 pm (Rain date is Sunday, October 17), the Town Green will be transformed by the Weston High School Pumpkin Festival Committee into a Halloween and fall-themed extravaganza. The annual WHS Pumpkin Festival is back for its 17th year,

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Ideas for Your Long Fall Weekend

Autumn colors are just starting here in Weston–maybe it’s “peek” weekend rather than “peak” weekend–with a few yellows and reds peeking from wetlands especially along the Mass Central Rail Trail and in Jericho Forest. You can park at Dickson Ring on Concord Road, and take a beautiful walk down the main trail to the rail trail, and then north again

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Weekend Fun – October 1-3

It happened–the calendar has flipped over into October and you are now fully authorized to put out those pumpkins, skeletons and the thing I covet most in the Halloween world: a large inflatable Halloween dragon (?!). Watch out, Target, here I come. Here are some ideas for your weekend. There’s also moderate color already along the Maine coastline and in

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