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Howdy partners! Put your boots on for the Wild West Book Fair! Pound Ridge Elementary School is hosting a Wild West Book Fair and Bake Sale on October 21 and 22, 2017.
The Book Fair has a wonderful selection of affordable books for every reading level. Please make plans to visit the Book Fair and be involved in shaping a child’s reading habits and in supporting the school.
*Book Fair & Bake Sale dates: Saturday 10/21 & Sunday 10/22
(Located in the PRES Library. Entry through doors near library.)
* Shopping hours: 10 am – 2 pm
All proceeds from the Bake Sale will go to Lucas Harashima and his family. Lucas is a PRES first grader who was diagnosed with DOIPG, a rare form of brain cancer. For more information about Lucas and DIPG, please visit love4lucas.org.
We look forward to seeing you and your family at the Book Fair!
Remember, all purchases benefit the school and all bake sale proceeds benefit #love4lucas.
For more information, please contact Deann Grogan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The annual autumn lantern tour has woken from a long slumber! Creep through the Willowbrook Cemetery with your lantern and a guide in period costume to explore the final resting places of notable Westporters. Hear stories from the ghosts of a town founder, a theater lover, and an artist. The tour takes place on Sat., Oct. 21, from 5 to 6 pm.
Meet at Willowbrook Cemetery, 395 Main St. Westport, near the entrance. Peter Jenning’s book, Buried in Our Past: A Historical Presentation of Westport’s Burial Grounds will be available for purchase for $5.
Stay for Halloween refreshments after the tour.
Please register by calling 203-222-1424
$10/person; $20/family of 4 or more; $5/child or student
FWHS PTA sponsored event runs from 8am-3pm in the school parking lot. A wide variety of Vendors and items (new, used, antique, crafty, jewelry, something for everyone) will be on display, so stop by and take a look! Free admission for shoppers. Please leave your dogs at home. The flea markets are major fundraisers for the Fairfield Warde PTA and all the programs that the PTA supports at the school are for students, parents, faculty and staff. We hosted more than 75 vendors at our August Flea! For more info: facebook.com/fwhsflea or email email@example.com. Originally scheduled for 10/15, we had to reschedule to Rain date of Sunday, October 22.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Oct 24-27th –9am to 7pm
Saturday October 28th –9am to 5pm
Salesmen’s samples, Overruns, direct from the designer. Scarves, Fashion Jewelry and other accessories. First quality. Most prices from $5.00 to $25.00
VIsit our website at www.ChristianLivingston.com or see us on facebook at Island Designs/Christian Livingston.
Great for Holiday Shopping! Only sale until April 2018. Share with friends! Thanks!
Westport Historical Society is looking to the future, and has invited some renowned and far-seeing local architects and developers to help us imagine what our town might become a half-century from now. Talks will be presented every Tuesday through December from 12:30 to 1:30 pm.
They’ve shared their creative visions in the new WHS exhibit, 06880+50, and will be featured in the Westport Architect Brown Bag Lunch Series in October and November. Completing the phrase, “Westport in 50 years…,” each architect or developer brings a thoughtful and unique perspective to the local community and its potential.
Here is the line-up through Nov. and what each predicts for Westport in 50 years. Join us, bring a bag lunch, and listen to your future!
John Rountree (Roundtree Architects)
Westport in 50 years…could produce more energy than it consumes.
Michael Greenberg (Michael Greenberg & Associates)
Westport in 50 years…could embrace communal living.
Howard Lathrop (Sellars Lathrop Architects)
Westport in 50 years…could face rising sea levels.
Scott Springer (Scott Springer Architect)
Westport in 50 years…could eliminate teardowns.
Robert Cohen (Robert Cohen Architect)
Westport in 50 years…could honor forgotten places.
Leigh Overland (Leigh Overland, Architect)
Westport in 50 years…could use cutting-edge building methods &
Robert Storm (Robert Storm Architects)
Westport in 50 years…could welcome small-scale downtown living
Deirdre O’Farrelly Architect
Westport in 50 years…could define new urbanism.
Call to reserve: 203-222-1424; Suggested donation: $5
Please join the New Castle Historical Society for a PURSE AND ACCESSORIES PARTY on Saturday, November 11, 2017, from 10 am – 4pm, at the Horace Greeley House in downtown Chappaqua, NY. All of the proceeds from this special sale and party will benefit the New Castle Historical Society.
Visitors & shoppers are invited to stop by the Horace Greeley House to enjoy light refreshments while shopping for an array of stylish purses and accessories! This fundraiser is open to the public and there are no reservations needed to attend. For more information, please visit www.newcastehs.org.
Are you interested in participating before the event or in donating your slightly used items to the party? Please consider donating your slightly used purse(s) and/or accessories to the Historical Society beginning 10-02-17 until the day of the sale. Accessories may include, but are not limited to, eyewear, fans, umbrellas, wallets, canes, hats, belts, gloves, watches, shawls, scarves, and inexpensive costume jewelry. Drop off location: Horace Greeley House, 100 King St., Chappaqua, NY. Contact: 914-238-4666 or firstname.lastname@example.org