Budding Artists in Bloom Weston Public Library March 31 at 6:00 p.m

      Budding Artists in Bloom is scheduled to open at the Weston Public Library on Thursday, March 31 with an opening reception at 6pm.  The show will run through Sunday, April 3 during Library hours,  It will be located in the Community Room, Gallery and various spots in the Library.

Budding Artists in Bloom is scheduled to open at the Weston Public Library on Thursday, March 31 with an opening reception at 6pm.  The show will run through Sunday, April 3 during Library hours,  It will be located in the Community Room, Gallery and various spots in the Library.


“Artists Look at Weston” Artists Talk Thursday, March 24, 2011 7:15 pm Community Room at the Library. Presented by the Weston Historical Society and Weston Cultural Council

Visit http://westonhistory.org for more information

Visit http://westonhistory.org for more information



Weston Planning Board Videos from 1/25/2011

The Weston planning board videos from 1/25/2011 are now available. Click “Continue Reading” below to watch. If you have questions about the content of any of these videos please contact us. Part 1/2: Part 2/2:

The Weston planning board videos from 1/25/2011 are now available. Click “Continue Reading” below to watch. If you have questions about the content of any of these videos please contact us.



Commonwealth Ballet presents “A Small Thing Lost” March 12 & 13. Brought to you in part by the Weston Cultural Council

The Weston Cultural Council is proud to support the Commonwealth Ballet performing, A Small Thing, Lost.  This one-of-a-kind performance delivers premier works and collaborations that offer a new level of performance, choreography, and musical vision to the stage.   A Small Thing, Lost is a repertory concert, a performance of short dance works that capture moments […]

The Weston Cultural Council is proud to support the Commonwealth Ballet performing, A Small Thing, Lost.  This one-of-a-kind performance delivers premier works and collaborations that offer a new level of performance, choreography, and musical vision to the stage.   A Small Thing, Lost is a repertory concert, a performance of short dance works that capture moments of hope, joy, love and loss.  The performances will be at the Casey Theatre of Regis College in Weston, MA on Saturday March 12th at 7:30PM and Sunday March 13th at 2PM.

Some highlights of the concert are:

Adéchiké Torbert, So You Think You Can Dance Top 4 finalist, choreographs a contemporary work to the music of Kanye West and Drehz.  This dynamic and high energy piece delivers a joyous experience for the audience.

CBC’s Artistic Director Chip Morris collaborates with Jennifer Moss conductor of the award-winning Acton-Boxborough Madrigal Singers to present a journey from flirtatious youth to final years featuring the music of contemporary composers David Lang, Eric Whitacre and John Tavener.  The depth and beauty of the 23 Madrigal voices will remain with you long after the performance.

Former Boston Ballet soloist Denise Pons creates a contemporary ballet work to a premier Martin Case original composition.  The performances will include instrumental accompaniment by the composer.

A recovered treasure of classical ballet repertory, La Vivandière Pas de Six, delivers a lost work back to the stage.

This is a not-to-be-missed concert with only two performances.    Tickets are $20-$28 and are on sale at commonwealthballet.org or by calling 978-263-7794.


Weston Properties Sold between 1/31/11-2/4/11

1. 75 Scotch Pine Rd. Sold for $1,150,000 to Cyrus David Mozayeni from Eugene Braunwald on 1/31/11 2. 17 Highland Street Sold for $535,000 to Martin Goulet from Linda Linton on 2/1/11 3. 19 Graystone Ln. Sold for $1,446,000 to Jason S. Cooper by John C. Rogaris on 2/1/11 4. 149 Meadowbrook Rd. Sold for $2,560,000 from David Mattingly to Albert Hanser on 2/2/11