No one knows what Halloween will look like this year. Besides, we’re still a week away from Labor Day.
But — as regularly as Starbucks rolls out pumpkin spice latte — a Halloween store has popped up in Westport.
This was is in Compo Shopping Center. It replaces Olympia Sports.
Although I’m sure on November 1, it too will be gone.
Two Westport non-profits have received Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credit grants.
The Joseph J. Clinton Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 399 grant will pay for roof improvements and energy conservation. The Westport Country Playhouse grant will go toward driveway and parking lot paving, and HVAC hardware replacement. have received grants provided under the Connecticut’s Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credit program.
Both organizations received help from the town of Westport, in their applications to the state Department of Revenue Services.
And finally … happy 75th birthday, Itzhak Perlman!