10 – Weston Center is as cute a shopping plaza as you’ll ever see. The townwide gathering place includes everything you need: a pharmacy, hardware store, gift shop, cleaners, market and the always popular Lunch Box. Plus, you see everyone in town there too!
9 – It’s easy to get involved with a variety of welcoming and active clubs and organizations. Westonites love to give back. The Kiwanis Club is the 4th most active in the country. There’s also the Neighbors and Newcomers, Garden Club , League of Women Voters and many more.
8 – Weston’s public schools earn A+ marks all around. Outstanding by any measure – test scores, staff credentials, facilities and programs – they’re the pride of everyone in town. Parents love that the elementary, middle and high school complex are all on the same campus. It’s prime real estate, across from Weston center – further proof that education is close to the town’s heart.
7 – It’s fair to say that Weston knows how to party. Norfield Grange throws an annual fair every year at harvest time. That’s in addition to church fairs, the Memorial Day parade, and 4th of July fireworks. If you think Weston is a quiet little town – think again!
6 – Hunting for something to do? Head out to the Weston Gun Club. Expert shooters and newcomers alike are welcome at this outdoor range.
5 – Looking for a different kind of club? Aspetuck Valley Country Club features golf, racquet sports, a pool, summer camp and dining. Weston Field Club offers tennis, swimming, a summer camp and year-round dining. Full-time tennis fans find Weston Racquet Club smashing.
4 – For a small town, Weston’s got big-time resources. Check out the Library and Historical Society for more information and services than you ever imagined. For instance, the Historical Society offers barn concerts in the summer, an Oktoberfest, Halloween Scare Fair, and exhibits throughout the year. Up next: Westonites in World War II.
3 – A rolling stone gathers no moss. But Keith Richards has lived here for years. You may spot him – or fellow Westonites Jose Feliciano and Christopher Plummer – somewhere in town. If you do, act like you don’t even recognize them. That’s the Weston way.
2 – How you gonna keep ‘em down on the farm? Lachat Town Farm celebrates Weston’s agricultural roots through extensive educational programs, ranging from sustainability and the environment to nutrition and the arts. Residents of all ages grow (and compare) vegetables at the Lachat community garden.
1 - Bisceglie-Scribner Park is a 53-acre gem. You’ll find baseball fields, jogging trails, fitness stations, picnic areas – even a swimming hole. There’s also Devil’s Den (20 miles of trails), the Saugatuck Reservoir (no swimming allowed!), Katherine Ordway Preserve (62 acres, 3 miles of trails, arboretum) and Aspetuck Land Trust (645 acres, all around town). Weston is an open-space paradise – and Westonites enjoy it, every day and in every season.
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