Weekly Buzz | Farmer's Market this Wednesday
And several library programs worth knowing about
Good morning, Burlington!
Apologies for not getting this out sooner. I overestimated my capacity for working while visiting family 2000 miles away, and the travel and people-ing really took it out of me. We’ll be back on a normal schedule tomorrow. For now, here’s everything that’s going down this week in fair Burlingtonia.
This Week in Burlington
Town offices were closed yesterday in observance of the holiday.
Tuesday, October 11
11:00 AM - Foreign Affairs Forum at the Library
6:30 PM - What’s it Worth? virtual event, also at the library
7:00 PM - Community Preservation Act talk and church tour at United Church of Christ Congregational
7:00 PM - Board of Health
7:00 PM - School Committee
Wednesday, October 12
Fox Hill - Walk, Ride, and Roll to School Day
4:00 PM-7:00 PM - Farmer’s Market at Wayside
4:00 PM - Council on Aging
6:30 PM - Zoning Bylaw Review Committee
Thursday, October 13
9:00 AM - Housing Authority
7:00 PM - Conservation Commission
7:00 PM - Library Trustees
Friday, October 14
4:30 PM - Girls’ Volleyball Spike Out Cancer Fundraiser
Saturday, October 15
11:00 - Trucktober on the Common, featuring a variety of local food trucks
12:00 - My podcast interview with Jonathan Sachs of Yes CPA Burlington drops
Sunday, October 16
3:00 PM- Off With Their Heads! Art of the French Revolution talk at the library
Coming up later this month
October 19 - Soccer Day
October 22 - Saheli 5k for Domestic Violence Awareness Month
That’s it for the Weekly. If I can make it for round 2, I’ll send the Daily in a bit - As Heather Cox Richardson says, for the record.