This three-part multimedia series will explore themes from The Good Book by Peter Gomes along with the movie For the Bible Tells Me So.
Saturday, February 23, 2013
Friday, February 1, 2013
Register at www.SustainableWestford.org for $6.50 in advance or pay $8 at the door. Members FREE!
Thursday, January 27, 2011
The Westford landmark will host free winter activities Jan. 30, including snowshoeing, skating, and more.
East Boston Camps is gearing up for its second WinterFest with free activities and fun taking place Sunday from 1-4 p.m. Beth Perkins Peterson of the Westford Friends of East Boston Camps --the organizers of the event -- said the crew has been working hard to make this year even better than last. "The weather is great for WinterFest this year," Perkins Peterson said. "Last year we had it at the end of February and there was no snow and the ice was too thin to skate." With an adjusted schedule and more wintery weather than last year, organizers are expecting 600 to 700 people to participate in snowshoeing, cross country skiing, hikes, hayrides, and more winter-weather fun. Music and refreshments will also be available in the recreation hall…
Monday, January 24, 2011
Low temperatures and snowy streets didn't keep shoppers from stocking up at the Sustainable Westford's Farmers Market at the Roudenbush Community Center.
After a tremendous start to the indoor farmers market season last week, customers kept the momenum going on Saturday. Customers said they enjoyed the opportunity to stock up on local food and products. Businesses like staying in touch with shoppers during the winter months. More information about the market can be found here.
Friday, January 7, 2011
Westford Museum and Historical Society will host the annual St. Distaff's Day Spinning Bee on Sunday.
The Westford Museum and Historical Society will host its annual St. Distaff's Day Spinning Bee on Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The event celebrates the European winter holiday. The public is welcome. In England and many other European countries, women would take a break from spinning fiber for fabric from Christmas to Twelfth Night. St. Distaff's Day on Jan. 7 is the day that spinners return to their trade and celebrate the art. Westford's event will be open to both spinners from around the New England area and any interested members of the public. People are welcome to come see the museum, talk to spinners as they work, and take part in a silent auction. Museum and Historical Society Director and avid spinner, Penny Lacroix, said she …