An application to convert the former Men’s Warehouse store to a 14-unit multi-family building awaits review by Westport’s Planning & Zoning Department staff.
The 950 Post Road East property sits between the (now closed) Bank of America branch, and the (also closed) Subway shop.
It’s a 2-story building. The first floor is below the main one, behind the parking lot.
Wakeman Town Farm is “egg-cited” to announce the return of “Egg-stravaganza.” Their traditional celebration of bunny, family fun is set for Saturday, April 3 (9 to 10:30 a.m.).
The egg hunt begins at 9;15 (bring your own basket!). Eggs can be turned in for a special treat bag from BD Provisions.
There’s also an egg roll and egg toss (with prizes), story time, photos with “Big Bunnies,” and animal visits (including the furry alpaca). Grownups get coffee.
First-come, first-served tickets are $10 per child or adult (free for anyone younger than 1). Click here to register.
Don’t forget: Tonight is the night to set clocks forward for Daylight Savings Time.
Sure, we lose an hour of sleep. But that added hour of sunlight is worth it!
Thursday’s “Roundup” featured a photo of exterior painting at 19 Soundview Drive — right next to a “Demolition” sign.
Today, the house was fully painted. And the sign was gone.
A worker said it will not be knocked down soon. Word on the
street drive is that it may be cleaned up for a summer rental. Stay tuned, though: It might be knocked down this fall.
Everyone says it, but last night — right in front of Joe’s Pizza — we had proof:
Westport’s gone nuts.
Six Staples High School students have earned Scholastic Connecticut Regional Arts Awards recognitions. The 98-year-old nationwide program includes a juried exhibition.
Congratulations to Silver Key winners Poppy Livingstone (painting) and Akira Maidique (digital art). Honorable Mention recipients include Kate Davitt and Nate Kolek (drawing and illustration), Matthew Genser (photography) and Alexandra Lam (painting).
Click here for the virtual exhibition.
Weston Center has been a bit lonely since Peter’s Market closed in January.
Residents were heartened recently to see these signs.
No word on timing. But it’s a start. (Hat tip: Hanna and Conor O’Byrne)
Is there any holiday that Winslow Park Animal Hospital doesn’t celebrate?
The popular Post Road clinic is sure ready for Wednesday.
Hot on the “heels” of news about The Joggers Club’s Junior running group, they announce for adults too.
The Joggers Club meets every Saturday at 8 a.m., at Compo Beach. Runs are designed to satisfy everyone.
You don’t even have to know how to run. Just get outside, and put one foot in front of the other.
Every week brings a different course. After each run, there’s coffee and Village Bagels treats, for a nice social hour
Click here, or follow The Joggers Club on Facebook or Strava. A year’s membership is just $50, and includes a cool customized running tank designed by Fleet Feet.
And finally … happy 82nd birthday to former teen idol (and former Westporter) Neil Sedaka!