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Weathering the Weather with Ed

Click here to have free, daily alerts delivered to your inbox. Posted: Friday, March 26, 2021 Perhaps  a  shower  or  two,...

Pedestrian Safety Committee, One Small Step Closer to ‘Core Westford Walkway’

Having shovel ready projects allows us to take advantage of ad hoc funding opportunities. 

VIDEO: 4 Landscape, Nature/Plein Air Artists are the Latest to Exhibit at the PCA’s Virtual Shows

WestfordCAT's special series, PCA Artist Spotlight, focuses on regional artists that are scheduled to display their work at the Parish Center for the Arts’ Artist of the Month virtual exhibitions. The month of March through mid April of 2021 features 4 local artists whose artworks range from nature, animal subjects, and landscapes, created in oils, pastes, acrylics and ink drawings. All four artists enjoy creating their art en plein air.

Historic Town Farm Building to Be Preserved

The task force was enticed by a unifying desire to maintain the appearance of the historic building and to preserve the significant role it has played in Westford’s social history.

“Why We Need Dark Skies: The Impact of Light Pollution on Human and Planetary Health”

Light pollution is one of the fastest growing environmental problems, because it negatively impacts our nighttime environment, our climate, and the health of humans, animals, and plants.

Weathering the Weather with Ed

No  storms are  in  sight. 

Learn About Climate Change at Virtual Open House, Jan.28

Westford Climate Action invites residents to a virtual open house on Jan. 28 at 2 p.m. to learn more about the organizers and what those interested in getting involved can do to help fight climate change.

Weathering the Weather with Ed

Smooth  sailing  for  at  least  a  week.  Highs  will be in  the  40s as  the  mild  January  and  the  snow  drought  continues.