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Watch City Steampunk Festival in Waltham May 13

The fact is that the Owl does not fully understand the Steampunk Festival that happens each year since 2010 in our neighboring “W” town of Waltham. On Saturday, May 13 the Town Common of Waltham will be transformed into…well, what exactly? Steampunk Heaven. If you do not know what steampunk style is, don’t worry, the Owl didn’t know either so

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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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Cronk’s Rocky Woodland: A Visit with Wellesley Neighbors November 13

On Sunday, November 13 from 2-4 pm, the Wellesley Conservation Land Trust and Pippa and Judith (Cronk’s Neighborhood Stewards) invite Westonians to join their southern neighbors for hot cider and donuts around the fire pit at Cronk’s Rocky Woodland. Never heard of it? Well, it’s a pocket park delight and worth a visit–not to mention that the town is celebrating its new fire

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Weekend Calendar: West Concord Porchfest, Colonial Faire Sudbury and Phantom Gourmet Waltham

Welcome to autumn, folks! And to a serious rainstorm–you should have seen the Owl and a drenched K9 Ranger Katie Puppy run through the upper reservoir when that first thunder rumbled. It was daaaark. Anyway, no one cares, so we will move on to some other great things to do this weekend beyond those already covered (WDF Campout, Emerald Necklace

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“In the Balance” Art Ramble at Concord’s Hapgood Wright Forest

If you have never been in the Hapgood-Wright Forest in Concord, the Owl recommends that you hippity-hop over there forthwith. Starting yesterday, September 1 until November 13, you can enjoy their annual outdoor art installation, this year with the theme “In the Balance.” There are always thought-provoking displays and of course, this year will be no different, especially considering their

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