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One Hundred Years Ago – September, 1914
After enjoying a pleasant and slightly wet, Labor Day weekend, I’ve already been making plans for the impending Fall season.
September, summer’s over. Kids are back to school, so we have a quiet weekend coming up.
The final show at the Adirondack Art Association gallery opens this Friday, Sept. 5.
Though hearty Shakespeare in the Park audiences have stood up to a few brief drizzles now and then over the past dozen years, this past Sunday’s Labor Day weekend performance is the first time we’ve moved indoors to our rain venue, the Westport Heritage House.
Well we might be a small community but we have some big things take place here, like a break-in at the Willsboro Pharmacy, a car that ran into the side wall at the Country Store and pushed a cooler in a little bit.
The Farmers’ Market is finished for another year.
The North Country SCPA would like to announce our First Annual “Mutt Strutt” on Sunday, Sept. 28th, co-sponsored by the NCSPCA and the Tri-Lakes Humane Society.
Style and Substance
Annie and Vixey
Last call for Japanese Knotweed (aka Mexican Bamboo) eradication this year!
Henry David Thoreau wrote, “We need the tonic of wildness.”
Leaves have started to change colors.
One Hundred Years Ago – August, 1914