Tomorrow night — as Americans pay respect to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in Washington — the Unitarian Church will honor her here.
The outdoor vigil begins at 7 p.m. (Thursday, September 24). Guests can bring a candle in a mason jar, an RBG quote, or a story to share.
Masks are required. If you feel safer in your car, you’re invited to stay there.
Children are invited to be part of this memory-making event too.
If you live on a few local roads, you’re in luck. Starting tomorrow, Westport’s Public Works Department will begin paving:
- Ellery Lane
- Ambler Road
- Main Street
- Myrtle Avenue
- Reichert Circle
- Dover Road
- Janson Drive
- Janson Court
- Harborview Road
- Meeker Road
- Crestwood Road
- Coleytown Road
- Old Hill Farms Road
- Winding Lane
The Westport Library’s 8th annual Teen Photography Contest has an apt theme: “Together Apart.”
It’s open to all Fairfield County residents in grades 6 -12. Renowned photographer Pamela Einarsen is the judge.
Click here to enter. The deadline is October 30. So there’s plenty of time for young photographers to take photos — alone or together, but of course apart.
The Richmondville Avenue Mill building is being renovated. Offices will be converted to condos. Michael Pearl was there, and warns: “Beware of flying doors!”
And finally … Bruce Springsteen turns 71 today. There were only a zillion songs I could have chosen, to honor one of my favorite artists and human beings. This one made it to the top. (Hat tip: Amy Schneider)