Breath-taking foliage, Tag Sale success, Book Club and postponed Special meeting ~ Margo’s Plymouth report

Reprinted with permission from The Vermont Standard

10/10/22

I am finding the brilliance of the foliage this year to be breath-taking. Just when you think you have seen the best, you round a corner and see an even more spectacular view. I have a friend coming up on Thursday and I am so afraid the beauty will have passed.

I stopped at the tag sale on Sunday and visited with folks. It seemed like many of the tables were greatly depleted. According to Lauren, the total sales amounted to $1,277.50, with 15 different vendors. It was nice that Joy had opened the Historic Society room. I understand that there are only a few active members, which seems a shame since the collection is so interesting and enlightening.

The next Book Group meeting is Wednesday, 10/12 at 6:30 PM, when we will discuss A Violin Conspiracy by Brendan Slocumb. Thanks to Rose, we will meet via Zoom. Please note that the Historic Site will be closing on 10/16, so if you plan to visit the time is running out!

Although there will be a Select Board meeting on 10/17I have been told that the special meeting to discuss the items warned for 10/17 has been postponed until 6 PM on 11/7, which is the day before Election Day.

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