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Friday, April 01, 2005

Compo Silhouette

The Compo Beach playground is silhouetted against a sunset this week. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Richard Barnett for WestportNow.com


04/01/05 04:11 AM Comments () • Permalink

WestportNow Teardown of the Day: 10 Covlee Drive

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 10 Covlee Drive in the Saugatuck Shores area. Workmen prepare the site for demolition. The property sold last October for $820,000. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Dave Matlow for WestportNow.com


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“A Community Collects” Exhibit Opens Saturday

Curator Elise Meyer (r) watches as Morgaine Pauker installs her collection of Colonial-era choppers for the Westport Arts Center exhibition “A Community Collects” opening Saturday at 4 p.m. The show features area residents collections that also include African tribal art, chopsticks, early American pewter, snow globes, Beatles memorabilia, Pez dispensers, lingerie, telephones and telegraph equipment, and Connecticut and Westportiana. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Erin Hauber for WestportNow.com


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Friday, April 1, 2005

10 a.m. - Westport Public Library McManus Room - Noted children’s book illustrator and author Leonard Everett Fisher talks about how he interpreted Cervantes’ masterpiece “Don Quixote” for his latest children’s book “Don Quixote and the Windmills”
2 p.m. - Wolsniw Park and Opmoc Beach - Lirpa Loof Festival
8 p.m. - Seabury Center, 45 Church Lane - Westport Arts Center presents the Brentano String Quartet and Elizabeth Keusch


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Rabbit Hill Literature Festival Opens at Library

The fifth annual Rabbit Hill Festival of Literature opened tonight at the Westport Public Library. Library Director Maxine Bleiweis welcomed participants at the opening panel discussion. The Rabbit Hill Festival is named to honor Robert Lawson, the only author/illustrator to win both the Caldecott and Newbery Medals for excellence in children’s illustration and literature. He created his work in his Westport home and studio on Weston Road, which was called “Rabbit Hill.” (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Ron Malone for WestportNow.com


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Longshore Trees Marked With Yellow Ribbons

Some trees on the Longshore Club Park golf course sported yellow ribbons today indicating they may be cut down as part of a planned $2.3 million upgrade of the course. Some residents have said the number of doomed trees is excessive. Parks and Recreation Department Director Stuart McCarthy has said only trees absolutely necessary to accomplish the upgrade will be removed. The Representative Town Meeting will take up the appropriation request at its April 5 meeting. Tom Feeley for WestportNow.com


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