Art teacher Marion Rayner loves art and her enthusiasm is a gift to the children she teaches. Tomorrow there will be hundreds of framed art pieces at Center School in Stow for the annual Arts Buffet. This year, the school is trying to raise funds to replace the broken kiln. Framed art can be purchased for $29.95 plus tax, with 20% of the sales going directly to the "Kiln Fund." If you would prefer to donate directly to the fund, you can make out a check to "Stow PTO" and write "Kiln Fund" in the memo line.
Even though a snowstorm is theoretically possible, twelve years ago we were socked with 25.4 inches from the famous April Fools' Day Blizzard, the fact that Erikson's Dairy opens today at noon bodes well for those of us who are tired of Winter. Erikson's is by no means the only spot around for the traditional warm weather treat. Dairy Joy in nearby Hudson and Weston as well as Kimball Farm in Westford and Carlisle are also worth exploring.
I've been enthralled by Jackie Murtha's performances for over a year now. She's an extremely talented senior at Nashoba Regional High School, full of expression and super easy to photograph. Jackie reprises the role of Eliza Doolittle in Nashoba Drama Society's production of "My Fair Lady" which will run from March 20-22, 2009 at the high school in Bolton, MA. The set is wonderfully done and the production is fantastic as always.