Letter to the editor 2, Sept. 10, 2015
The summer season at Greenwood has come to a close - and what a spectacular season it was! Our historic house is looking better than ever, thanks to our restoration projects that were completed this year. A variety of events throughout the summer allowed visitors a unique glimpse into the history of this special home.
It takes many volunteers to manage the home, the garden, the events and the visitors that come to Greenwood; we are so fortunate to have such a large group of committed volunteers who help us out. Thanks to each and every one who in some way made Greenwood special this summer.
Thanks also to this wonderful community which continues to support Greenwood in so many ways.
Although the summer season is officially over, the fall holds much in store for us. Treasures in the Attic takes place on Saturday, Sept. 19th at St. James’ Church. Bring in your own “treasures” and have them evaluated, and shop for vintage items and apple pies while you are there.
October brings StoryFest; tickets are selling well, and we have a varied and exciting line up of authors coming to Hudson for this. Finally, December events bring the year to a close.
Thanks again to all our volunteers!