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Weekend Happenings In and Around Weston (Plus Soccer)

So, Weston, are you ready for the weekend? Well, get your time turners ready because I do not believe it is possible to attend every single event, but with the right strategy, you may get to most of them. One little wrinkle in the possibility of the total weekend win is the USA vs Netherlands World Cup (that’s soccer) game

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Fix-It First: Knife Sharpening at AIC Sunday November 13

Any coincidence the knife sharpening workshop is the day after Resident Shredding? Maybe those blades need sharpening too. In this Fix-It First workshop on Sunday November 13, participants will be learning about metals, edges and sharpening. Bring your dull knives, scissors, chisels, planes, hedge clippers, shovels, etc. or just come empty handed to watch and learn. This event is free and open

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Children’s Business Fair at the AIC This Saturday, October 15

And now for another of the Westonpalooza events that will take place this Saturday, October 15: it’s the Children’s Business Fair, presented by the amazing Rotary Club of Weston & Wayland. Come and check out 50 kid businesses and their kid-made products from 11 am to 3 pm at the Weston Art & Innovation Center. All you private equity guys

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Reception for Joe Ferguson, Local Weston Artist, This Saturday, October 1

Celebrate the arrival of October, the year’s orangest month (unless you are Dutch and then well, orange is never out of style) by stopping by the reception honoring Weston artist Joe Ferguson this Saturday, October 1 starting at 2 pm at the Art & Innovation Center. That was a marvelously long first sentence, no? As covered in a past Owl,

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From Your Yard: Flower-Arranging Class at the AIC September 25

On Sunday, September 25 from 1 pm – 2:30 pm at Weston’s Art & Innovation Center, there is a wonderful class called “From Your Yard” about flower arranging for incredibly messy and chaotic gardeners. Oh wait, that was my interpretation because that is my garden. In fact, the best part of the upcoming “From Your Yard” class is that the

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