by Faye Ashton Plan to attend the dessert and fashion show, hosted by the Bethesda-Reach Womens' Institite (W.I.), on Thursday, September 28th, at 7 p.m. at the Uxbridge Senior Centre. Wood and Wood of Uxbridge are providing the fashions. All for $20.
How do you feel when it's going to rain on your "parade"? Well, that didn't happen for the Uxbridge Fall Fair as predicted, and in its place were ideal conditions for all the many events which took place that weekend. I'm sure there are some very exhausted volunteers ready for a good night's rest. Thanks to everyone who put forth so much time and effort to make your town's Fall Fair memorable.
Our farm's big white dog took exceptions to a porcupine being on the property Friday night, and I'm guessing the porcupine came out the winner as Teddy headed to the vets to get the quills out. Not cheap.
The rain we received on Thursday past was welcome as the lawns and gardens were quite dry again. The raspberry crop is very plentiful this year; the pumpkin and squash vines are dying down, and maybe your tomato plants died within three days, as mine did.
Summer is waning away. Judy and Doug MacSween hosted a barbecue on Sunday to celebrate the birthdays of five family members: Travis, Kerrie, Madyson, Bradley and Nick. All the family enjoyed this time together on such a special occasion.
All are welcome to church at Epsom United Church on Sunday, September 17th, at 10:30 a.m., followed by fellowship with coffee.