Three Things to do In Westford This Weekend

 

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Here are some suggestions for things to do around town.

The Westford Historical Society and Museum will host Two Truths, One Lie, Three  Pours~ Storytelling and Wine Tasting event at the Westford Museum on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 7:30 p.m. Museum volunteers researched stories from the town’s past and  came up with two true stories, and one falsehood to be presented by Storyteller Abner Serd.  The three pours will be wine from Westford’s own Aaronap Cellars, featuring the Revolutionary Red. The storyteller is Abner Serd . Tickets are $25 for musem members and $40 for non members. They can be purchased via the  museum’s website​ or  by check. No tickets will be sold at the door.

Halloween will be Library Style on Thursday, October 24th from 4 to 5 p.m. The Youth Services librarians are at it again – they have brewed up a variety of games, crafts, and of course, costumes. Wear your best Halloween look and join them for some (not so) scary fun. Tickets are $2 each for kids and their caregivers and are available in the Youth Services department. This event is best for school age kids but siblings can join in with their caregivers. This program is funded by the Friends of the J.V. Fletcher Library. For more information visit westfordlibrary.org.

The Roudenbush Community Center is organizing a Halloween parade for Sunday, Oct. 27. beginning at 65 Main St. and ending at the town Common. Everyone is invited to wear a costume. Arrive at 1 p.m. to decorate pumpkin buckets and drink cider and doughnuts. Begin marching at 2 p.m. This event is free of charge. For more information, visit roudenbush.org.