Take the W’town SKATEPARK SURVEY! Your input needed for renovation of current skatepark!

Take survey here: williamstownskatepark.org/survey Williamstown’s 15,000 square foot, prefabricated skatepark is now 20 years old and at the end of its useful life. The plan is to renovate the facility into a concrete skatepark that is safe, inclusive and representative of the town’s character.
Please take a minute to complete the skatepark survey. Each response helps design a park that suits you & your household. Responses also give us valuable data for fundraising, which starts soon. Don’t forget to share the link with friends!

W’town REPAIR CAFÉ: 1-4pm on Sat, April 27 at Sheep Hill, 671 Cold Spring Rd.

Volunteer “fixers” can do small electrical repairs, wooden furniture repair, blade sharpening (knives, scissors, small tools), costume jewelry repairs, leather repairs! There’ll be computer advice, window screen repair, & the Purple Bike Coalition will be on hand to do simple bike repairs.
Co-sponsored by the South Williamstown Community Association and Williamstown Rural Lands at Sheep Hill, 671 Cold Spring Road (Route 7) Saturday afternoon, April 27, from 1 to 4 p.m.
We are continuing to partner with the BagShare Project to make reusable shopping bags. We’ll have materials and grommet machines to make them. Come and learn how to make a bag. It’s a good activity for older children, and it keeps all kinds of animal feed and barley bags out of the landfill.
Repair Café is free, although donations are gladly accepted. It’s all about helping our neighbors and helping our planet. It’s kid friendly (lots of amphibian action at the pond behind Sheep Hill) and there’ll be refreshments.

W’town Spring Litter Cleanup Day: 9am – 12pm on SAT, APRIL 20, meet at Field Park or Bloedel Park.

Volunteers needed to pick up trash along roadways, parks, and riverbanks across town. Check-in at Field Park or at Bloedel Park between 9am-12pm for instructions & a bag. Wear bright clothes, appropriate shoes, work gloves. Come for an hour or more. Kids are welcome, and high schoolers can get their Community Service papers for student volunteers signed if they participate.
Contact: Anne O’Connor – anne.she.can@gmail.com