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Posted: Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Calling all boys and girls in grades K-8 curious about wrestling! Sunday, November 12th come learn some basics from our terrific coaches and then try out your new skills in a fun scrimmage. Like it? Sign up to join the team this year!
Posted: Saturday, October 28, 2017
The featured exhibit at the Whiting Library on Main Street in Chester for the months of November and December will be the legacy journey of Chester doll artist Bonnie Watters. Approaching fifty years, forty-three of them in Chester, Bonnie will share some of favorite designs, some with motif eyes and others with real eyes, all classically dressed in layers of at least four calicos. Suzy and Grace have been selected to issue the invitation on posters around the community.
Posted: Thursday, October 19, 2017
Reservations are coming in for the November Wreath Workshops. Pre-pay by November 6 to guarantee a wreath and an early-bird discount. This is the easiest way to decorate a pre-made evergreen wreath with specially collected greens, natural materials, bows, and other embellishments, plus all the wire, glue guns, and equipment necessary to make the decorating fun and successful.
Posted: Wednesday, October 18, 2017
The staff at The Nature Museum was warmed by the buzz of community excitement and show of support for the recent Fairy House Festival on Saturday, September 23, and Sunday, September 24. Local individuals, families, schools, libraries, and businesses collected pine cones, acorn caps, feathers, moss, and more and created charming fairy houses. Visitors to the Fairy House Festival delighted in these structures as they walked along a forest path, and returned to The Nature Museum to create their own fairy dwellings in the gardens.
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