The Westmore Association Invites YOU to an evening of Family Fun
“That’s What I Call Sweet Music”
Wednesday, August 1st, 6:30 PM
Westmore Fellowship Hall
The hills are alive with the sound of music in this all-ages puppet production.
Follow the troubles and travails of puppetry’s favorite loudmouth, Mr. Punch, as he sings his way through trouble, adventure and triumph! This is hand-puppetry at its best! The show also features a mini concert performed on cornet, ukulele, and bicycle pump.
There will be a pie auction at the intermission!
Rose Friedman and Justin Lander have been making and performing puppet shows together since 2003. This “must be seen” duo are co-founders of Vermont Vaudeville, Vermont’s premier Vaudeville troupe.
Summer Yoga with Tina is back. Be sure to join us at the Westmore Community Church Fellowship Hall on Tuesdays at 10:00 AM during the months of July and August. Be good to yourself… You deserve it!
Do you enjoy learning about local history? Do you love Willoughby State Forest and the surrounding area? The Westmore Association invites you to a presentation on the local history of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) including the Camp 55 in Willoughby State Forest.
Two presenters, both NEK natives, will offer a valuable look at the development and heritage of CCC Camp 55. William (Bo) Hall will share his experiences and deep knowledge of the site in the state forest from early childhood through young adulthood when he leased the Foresters’ Quarters at the site of the CCC camp for five years.
Luke O’Brien, Recreation Specialist in the St. Johnsbury office of the Vermont Department of Forest, Parks and Recreation, will present a talk and slide show on the history of CCC Camp 55. His presentation includes many photos of the original camp and offers a rich historical perspective.
Jean Haigh will present the plans of the non-profit group, Friends of Willoughby State Forest, to create an interpretive, accessible trail through the CCC camp, restoring and preserving a valued piece of our local history.
Join us a the Westmore Church Fellowship Hall on Wednesday, July 11,2018 at 6:30.
The 19th annual Willoughby Lake Boat Parade will be held on Wednesday, July 4th, 3:00 PM with “Your Favorite Board Game” as the theme. Participants are judged on decorations, creativity, enthusiasm, and following theme. The 1st place winners will receive a trophy, along with $50. The 2nd and 3rd place winners will be awarded trophies. To be eligible for a prize, boats must be at the starting point by 2:30 p.m. to register and receive a number that the judges will be able to identify you by. To pre-register, obtain more information, and to be sure to receive notification of any last minute changes, please contact Ellie at 525-4905 or [email protected] Boats will assemble at Crescent Beach, on the west side of the lake, at 2:30 with a cast off at 3:00 PM. The parade will proceed north along the west shore, cross the north beach, and travel south along the east shore ending at “Trails End”, where the winners will be announced. No rain date at this time.
The 2018 Westmore Association Annual Meeting and Pot Luck Supper/Silent Auction will be held Thursday July 26th, 2018 starting at 5PM at the Westmore Community Church Fellowship Hall. Join us to hear about what is new with the Westmore Association and Westmore, meet new friends and old, share a delicious meal, and participate in the silent auction. See you there