Thanksgiving to Easter we long for the cold weather to go away and be replaced with those nice warm sunny days of summer. Here we are several weeks into that longed for season, and now I long for it to slow down it is going to fast, here we are half way into July.
Two grandmothers on Mountain View Drive had the pleasure to witness our grandsons getting married. I got to travel to Poughkeepsie for the wedding of Joseph and Meghan Vanags. This turned into a three day event for me with family. My neighbor Joan Strong had an easier time right here in Willsboro as she got to see Austin and Katie Strong get married Saturday.
The Willsboro United Methodist Church was so appreciative of the many people that blessed them with a great supply of great items for their yard Sale this past Saturday. The event was most successful and very profitable putting them well on their way toward the purchase of a new furnace. Thanks to all that made this possible.
The month is not over yet the Essex Theatre Company’s production of ”Over the River & Through the Woods,” a family comedy by Joe DiPietro, playing at 7 p.m. July 12, 17, 18 and 19 and then July 13 and 20 at 2 p.m. These productions are always a great time of enjoyment.
A reminder of the music concert at the Essex Community Church will start at 11:30 a.m. The next performance will be Thursday, July 31 featuring “Point Counterpoint.” Then on Friday, July 25 at 7:30 p.m. concert are also available at this same church featuring “Bluegrass Gospel Project.”
Don’t forget to mark your calendar for Saturday, July 26 for the Paine Memorial Library annual Old Time Folk Craft Fair. They will feature art exhibits, used book sales and a great assortment of good summer reading materials. Church suppers come up through the summer. Methodist Church in Willsboro will have a Chicken & Biscuit meal on Wednesday, Aug. 6. Before we know it, summer will be over.
Happy Birthday Mat Sayward July 17, Mary Gload July 18, Hope Koening July 19 and Kim Feeley July 19. Happy anniversary to Curt & Lisa Boardman July 18.