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This week, we bring readers lots of ideas for things to do in these midsummer days as we slowly wind our way to September.
Ann Needle, in our print edition, brings us part 2 of the free summer concerts article, listing performances that are happening in the Stow area in late July through August.
Nashoba Summer Theater Camp is performing their summer play, “Ain’t Nothing But A Werewolf,” this Wednesday and Thursday, with many Stow students involved in the production. Sarah Freedman brings us the whole scoop.
The Stow Conservation Trust continues their “No Child Left Inside” series with an article about hiking with toddlers. They will also sponsor a family hike August 7 for which children of all ages are welcome. See our print edition
Ellen Oliver gives us a fresh perspective on life in Stow through the eyes of a young boy from New York City who is being hosted by a Stow family as part of the Fresh Air Fund program.
A reminder to folks who may be looking to get some summer projects done, or even looking forward to fall projects, don’t forget our Contractor Guide and Home Improvement Directory mailed to all Stow residents in the paper last Spring. If you can’t find yours, there are more available at Russell’s Convenience Store in Stow center. But hurry, because they go fast! And if you do use a business from the directory, please make sure to tell them where you saw their ad.
With just over a month until Labor Day, there seems to be about 150 things I wanted to do this summer that I haven’t gotten to do yet. But I guess that’s always the way. I’ve got another month to not get to them.
Cyndy Bremer, managing editor, email@example.com
Our two cats, Elvis and Chloe, are missing. They were last seen on Sunday, July 17. Elvis is a 14-year-old shorthaired grey cat. He is a big cat weighing about 18 pounds. He is very friendly and will come if you call him by his name. Chloe is a longhaired calico cat who is very shy. She weighs about 7 pounds. Please call 978.897.2874 if you have seen them.