Tomorrow night, Thursday, the grades 3-5 present "Puff" at the Chester Playhouse at 7 pm. Set
in Newfoundland the story follows the town grouch trying to hide a lie
he told years ago. Determined to get the truth, Miss Wicks, the health
care practitioner and her trusted friend Lady Grenfell, set off to
discover what's been causing the grouch's mysterious burns. Cynthia,
Marla, Bunch and many other souls have been face and eyes into this
production so you know it will be top drawer.
Stop in at the Fo'c'sle for a wing or twelve before heading over. Get the sauce "hot on." Divine !
has the Farmers in the Dell back at the Chester train station from 10- 2
pm. Despite the ghastly weather they have coerced/pleaded/threatened
their seedlings to grow and are bringing them to Chester for you.
Friday evening the Rope Loft
on the waterfront will be serving up prime rib with all the trimmings.
They are featuring some local reds so get down there and try them ALL
There will be a plant sale from 9-1 pm at Louisiana
Pacific's composting facility open house at the Union Hall in East
River, 7216 Hwy 329. Jodi DeLong will be the guest speaker and master
gardeners will be on hand. Bring your trowel.
have a new gallery in the Hamlet. Blue Shutters Antiques, located at
the entrance to Graves Island, is now featuring seven local artists:
Maria Kuttner; Diane Robertson; Dolly Hancock; Gwen Shearson; Simon
Copas; Esther Dueck and Pat Christiansen.The shop is open daily from
is back in the 'hood ! They have the most amazing lamps in the front
window - and they could be yours. Stop in and see how your living room
could morph into something ohh so much better. Ken and Colin were the
design team behind the QE II home lottery cottage at Skipper Hill in
The Chester Playhouse is holding an online auction
for a night of frivolity Monday, July 13th. Ten guests will enjoy an
opportunity to indulge in fine food, lodgings, and entertainment, hosted
at the Captain's House.This event will include a private pre-dinner
serenade by Albert Schultz of Toronto's Soulpepper Theater. A Tuscan meal will be created by Chef Nicola Sweet of "Mrs Sweet's Kitchen" (on Facebook )
using the finest ingredients from local markets. A selection of Italian
deserts and fine whisky will follow before you throw yourself into
bed.Upon rising, a champagne breakfast created by Chef Leslie Tanton
will await you on the deck.
Join Jill Covill of Bunchberry
Nurseries, for her talk on heaths, heathers, and companion plants
Monday, June 15th@ 6:30 at St. Stephens Hall, Regent Street. Heather and
Heaths will be available for sale. (Locklear and Ledger?) Yes please.
You know that tingly little feeling you get when you really like someone you've just met? That's common sense leaving your body.