The latest reopening is a big one: the Compo Beach playground.
Everyone — except those under 2 — must wear a mask. Social distancing must be observed.
Other than that: Have fun!
The Neowise comet got plenty of publicity when it first arrived.
It’s still visible — all the way through August 15. In fact, says Elyse Heise — who took the great photo below, at Saugatuck Elementary School — it just hit peak brightness yesterday.
The view tonight should be as bright as the day this past week, when she took this shot.
Three downtown galleries — Amy Simon, Pop’TArt and Sorelle — are sponsoring an art walk this Thursday (July 30, 5 to 8 p.m.). There’s live music and refreshments (masks required, of course).
If this one goes well, more are planned for future Thursdays.
For decades — and very quietly — Westport PAL has impacted thousands of lives.
In addition to organizing 10 sports for 2,000 kids each year, supporting Staples High School sports, helping with field enhancements, organizing the 4th of July fireworks and Main Street Halloween parade, PAL awards college scholarships. Since 2003, they’ve handed out $400,000 in aid.
Their fundraisers are low-key. Unfortunately, their biggest — the fireworks — was canceled this year.
But the 58th annual Chief Samuel Luciano Golf Tournament is still on. Set for September 14 at Longshore, it’s more important — and fun — than ever. Click here to register, and for more details.
In these tough COVID times, EnergizeCT has expanded their rebates and incentives. The popular — and free — Home Energy Solutions program helps state residents save on bills by reducing waste.
Virtual visits (“pre-assessments”) offer a look into a home’s energy efficiency situation, so experts can make suggestions and explain how the rebates work.
There is no co-pay, regardless of how the home is heated. And the insulation rebate rate is now $2.20 per square foot — more than twice the previous $1 rate.
For more information, click here or call 877-947-3873.
This week’s #FridayFlowers — courtesy, as always, of the Westport Garden Club — adorn the entrance to Longshore.
And finally … play ball! Baseball is back! There’s new grass on the field …