Don’t miss the third annual Fly Like an Eagle Fun Run (followed by a tasty breakfast) at Westport Central School this Saturday, Nov. 15, starting at 9 a.m.
Most likely, you have noticed the doings at Ballard Park toward the end of October — dump trucks, big loads of stone dust, excavators, even some corrugated PVC conduit of the sort used in culverts.
Westport music educator Rose Chancler has once again arranged for a brilliant and innovative musician to come perform for a North Country audience.
Do you have a friend or neighbor who has done something special, or is doing something special, for the community?
It’s time, again, folks! Wadhams Free Library and Dogwood Bread Company invite you to the library’s annual fall FUNraiser Sunday Brunch, which will be hosted by the bakery on Sunday, Oct. 19 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Plattsburgh artist Les Cosgrove will be on hand at the Depot Theatre for the opening of her art show “Meet Your Mother” this Saturday, Oct. 4, from 4 to 6 p.m.
Noticed all those CATS trailhead signs that have popped up in our neck of the Champlain Valley over the past few years?
I need to clarify last week’s column about the proposed Town Hall renovation.
Here’s the report I promised on the Aug. 25 public meeting about the proposed Town Hall renovation project.
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.