WESTON CELEBRATES ANOTHER BIRTHDAY

Aug 4, 2016 in News

On Friday, August 12 from 5 to 7pm, everyone is invited to pack a picnic basket and come to Weston’s town Green to honor the nine pioneer women who 130 years ago turned a smelly frog pond and muddy swamp into what is now called the most beautiful Town Green in Vermont.

Come listen to a free concert by the enchanting Blue Flames Steel Band who for the 8th year are donating their talent an time to a festive community celebration.

Come and visit the anniversary year upgrading of our beautiful Park with the freshly painted bandstand, repaired and repainted unique cast iron fence, a restored walk and new lamppost at the park’s north entrance.

Come for a raffle of many exciting gifts and items including tickets to theatre and area attractions, restaurant, arts and crafts – all for $5 per ticket or 6 for $20 to help raise funds for the costly maintenance of the Park which is not met by the Town, but by the Park Association Trustees the legal owners.

Most of All, come for the fun of celebration and sharing spirit of community. The “Ladies of the Green” in the spirit of their ancestors, welcome all to join in the fun with and especially thank the Blue Flames for their participation, amazing good will and support!

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The popular steel drum band “Blue Flames” will perform on the Weston Green on Monday, August 12th at 5 PM.