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He won't be there in person, but Eddie "Fast Eddie" Beaulieu will be on the minds of many marchers when Westport holds its annual Fourth of July parade Monday morning. Beaulieu, who is 106 years … more
The Westport Historical Society invites families to explore the new woolly mammoth StoryWalk along the Handy House Heritage trail. The StoryWalk features the children’s book “Wild and … more
The yearly concert, scheduled for Sunday, August 13 at the Westport Fairgrounds, is the largest public fund-raiser for the Westport Shellfish Propagation Fund. And while it usually draws a big crowd … more
Artist Hanna Vogel is the June Artist in Residence at Westport Woods Conservation Park. This is the second year of the residence program, a collaboration between the Westport Cultural Council and … more
The Westport Farmers’ Market is open for the season with local vegetables, flowers, meat, eggs, prepared foods, coffee, bread, baked goods and crafts. Some market vendors accept EBT and WIC … more
Westport will honor the sacrifice of its veterans, and those across the country, when it holds its annual Memorial Day parade and ceremony this coming  Monday, May 30. The town's Office of … more
Five young rowers from Westport took part in a first Saturday — an open water race hosted by the Sound School in New Haven, Ct. It was the first competition for kids involved with Dharma … more
Westport authors Fred and Amy Thurber will lead a walking tour of Westport Point Saturday in support of their new book, "In the Wake of the Willows," a humorous followup to the classic "The Wind in … more
Westport is facing one of its toughest budget cycles in recent years, and residents who take part in Tuesday's annual Town Meeting will be asked to approve more than 30 warrant articles to keep town … more
The United Congregational Church of Little Compton will hold a prayer vigil and walk for Ukraine at noon Saturday at noon, following a talk on the Ukraine situation by a Little Compton resident who … more
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