WESTPORT, Conn. – A special fashion show and luncheon to benefit Westport’s CLASP Homes highlights the week ahead in Westport. Also this week, the town’s legislative body is scheduled to discuss the Baron’s South proposal, and the Planning and Zoning Commission will discuss bed and breakfasts. For more event listings, visit our Events page.
Monday, Nov. 12
Baron’s South Proposal Discussion: 7 p.m. The Representative Town Meeting is holding a special meeting to discuss the Baron’s South proposal. Westport Town Hall, auditorium, 110 Myrtle Ave.
Board of Education Public Meeting: 7 p.m. See the agenda online. Staples High School ,cafeteria B, 70 North Ave.
Tuesday, Nov. 13
Jobseekers Program: 10 a.m. to noon. Learn how to use online tools such as Reference USA, LexisNexis and Business & Company Resource Center to gain an advantage in your job search. Free. Westport Library, McManus Room, 20 Jesup Road.
Wednesday, Nov. 14
CLASP Homes Fashion Show & Luncheon: 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Enjoy a catered lunch by Westport's Blu Parrot Restaurant and a fashion show during CLASP Homes' annual fashion show fundraiser. All proceeds will benefit CLASP Homes, a Westport nonprofit that serves adults with autism and related developmental disabilities. Tickets are $60 in advance or $65 at the door and can be purchased online at www.clasphomes.org or by calling CLASP at 203-226-7895, Ext. 144. Westport Woman's Club, 44 Imperial Ave.
Thursday, Nov. 15
Westport Farmers Market: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It’s all about supporting the local economy at the Westport Farmers Market. You can find fresh produce, artisan meats and cheeses, freshly baked goods, organic foods, clothing and more. Free admission. Imperial Avenue parking lot.
Planning & Zoning Commission Public Hearing: 7 p.m. The Planning & Zoning Commission will hear a proposal to allow bed and breakfasts in Westport. See agenda online. Westport Town Hall, auditorium, 110 Myrtle Ave.
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