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For those of you who live in the area of Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, I will be selling and autographing my books Saturday, December 6, 2014 from 10am-4pm. I will be attending the St. Margaret Regional School-Craft Fair at 143 Main Street in Buzzards Bay, MA.
A program to give diamondback terrapin’s a boost is in full swing, construction work to continue tomorrow in Hyannis, we’ll tell you what streets to avoid, and the town’s Marine and Environmental Affairs Department says thanks to it’s many volunteers.
As the colder weather starts to move in on us the more my mind drifts back to those warm summer days of by gone years. Where flip flops and bathing suits are the common attire for a beautiful sun filled afternoon. The only thing that one really needed to worry about with the weather was if I was going to use the 30 SPF or the 45 SPF, and did I want to go down in the heat of the day or break it up.
Mobile food trucks will soon be coming to Whole Foods, road work continues today in Hyannis, and middle school students are honoring veterans.
A string of car break-ins leads to 4 arrests, good news for local real estate sales, and a moving tribute to Veteran’s on the Town Green.
Rob Bowerman knows West Falmouth. In fact, you might say that Rob Bowerman is West Falmouth. A 12th-generation Falmouthite who lives in his family’s beautifully restored 18th-century homestead (in West Falmouth, of course), Rob and his wife, Robin, opened their historic home, shared some memories and anecdotes, and, along with some family and thespian friends, took us down a yellow brick road of anticipation for the Falmouth Theatre Guild’s production of “Wizard of Oz,” which opened at Highfield Theatre last week.
Residents will soon be able to get a variety of permits without stepping foot in Town Hall, an environmental study will soon be conducted at the West Barnstable Shooting Range, and the School Committee will discuss construction costs for the proposed early learning center tonight.
We recap Thursday's Town Council meeting - on this episode of Barnstable Today.
My Husband, Al, and I went to a Veteran’s dinner this week, and I heard a poem that actually brought me to tears. It may be long, but I have to share this. Read it slowly and take in the words.
I Am a Veteran
by Andrea C. Brett
You may not know me the first time we meet
I’m just another you see on the street
But I am the reason you walk and breathe free
I am the reason for your liberty
I am a Veteran
We get details about what's on the agenda for tonight's Town Council Meeting on this episode of Barnstable Today.