John A. Weeks is widely recognized as a biologist, botanist, environmental educator, artist, author, and commentator. His weekly radio essays have been heard for twenty-four years on the region’s public radio station, WRVO.
Occasionally we find “other” cool places to visit. Like South Pasadena, California.
We don’t know why you would want to leave the StoryBook Village, but if did, or if you ended up in California, consider visiting the very stylish community od SouthPas.
LINK HERE to their Chamber of Commerce which has all you need to know about Rose Parades of course, but MUCH more.
Farmer’s Market – Every Thursday thru Mid October
For information on selling your products contact Dave Laxton at 685-6427
Every Thursday thru Mid October
Start Time: 3:30 PM
The End of Journalism
Written and performed by Beth Beer Cuddy
Friday, July 13th and Saturday, July 14th 8:00pm
Auburn Public Theater welcomes back Beth Beer Cuddy. Last year, this local talent performed her one woman show “Beware of the Other…and Other Bedtime Stories” to sold out houses at APT. This year she’s back with more original and insightful pieces that both stimulate and entertain. It’s a great evening that you don’t want to miss!
Tickets: $12 in advance $15 at the door
AUBURN PUBLIC THEATER 108 Genesee Street, Downtown Auburn
Musical Based on the Play by James M. Barrie
Flying Effects provided by ZFX, Inc.
Fly away to Never, Never Land for the adventures of “the boy who didn’t grow up,” Peter Pan. Peter Pan has captured the imaginations of generations with fantastic stories of Pirate Ships, Sword Fights, Fairies and Pixie Dust. Come see all the unforgettable characters you know and love: the Darlings- Wendy, John and little Michael; the beautiful princess Tiger Lily; the lovable, yet misguided Mr. Smee; Tinkerbell; the Lost Boys and that most deliciously, despicable villain Captain Hook.