May. 24, 2016
Sutton Library's Art Festival begins the season on June 4
The BVAA will be participating in the second Friend's of Sutton Library's Art Festival on Sutton Common. It will be held June 4th. Look for our two tents; we will be showing scenes of Sutton. Some will be from photo shoots and plein-air sessions held throughout the town of Sutton. A plein-air training session was held May 21st at Shaw Farm in Sutton, lead by Gerard Blouin, sponsored in part by the Sutton Cultural Council.
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May. 23, 2016
By Amy Palumbo-LeClaire
Mike Walker had “zero intention” to be a flea-marketer. Yet he’s taken over a business originally run by his father that he “absolutely loves” and has caught on like a contagious bargain. Nearly one hundred sixty vendor spaces stretch across 10,000 square feet at the Yankee Flea Market, located on 1311 Park Street in Palmer.
“The business began in December of 2010. We started with only... Read More
May. 23, 2016
By Rod Lee
Any doubts about whether the town of Auburn is serious in turning Pakachoag Golf Course into “a valuable municipal asset” upon taking over all operations, management and maintenance of the 54-acre complex on January 1st are swept away with one visit.
The place looks that good. Business is brisk. Golfers are singing Pakachoag’s praises. Spirits were effusive at a grand reopening and ribbon-cutting for the new Pakachaog... Read More