The Review Newspaper: Winter online edition

The Review Newspaper: Winter online edition
By ana-maria

The cold, rainy days are upon us; it does make it a bit easier to stay safe at home. So grab some coffee or tea and take a look at the new issue of The Review. We hope you and your loved ones are well and you enjoy the “paper.”

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In this issue:

  • A message from Interim Executive Director, Lee Harper
  • Art Car Caravans bring cheer to seniors and kids
  • Neighbors creatively connect during COVID-19
  • PNA Village program combats social isolation, online and off.
  • Winter Festival & Crafts Fair keeps tradition – virtually
  • De-cem-beer joins brewers and beer-lovers together on Zoom
  • Local author virtual Holiday Bookfest and reading recs for all on your list
  • Giving “Tree” is a webpage this year; you can still spread holiday cheer
  • PhinneyWood debuts holiday decorations contest
  • GloCone 2.0 goes bigger and better – watch the lighting from your couch!
  • Looking back on 40 years of Winter Festival, from two unique perspectives
  • The complete guide to DIY garden planning
  • Greenwood Senior Center connects: online programs for all adults
  • Meet your local business owners &  business moves and changes
  • Volunteer opportunities during COVID-19

Love our local businesses:

A shout-out to all our advertisers who help to keep The Review up and running with their support. Take note that their ads are clickable through to their websites, so check them out and give our local businesses some love!

Note on the digital edition:

You may be used to getting The Review as a newspaper in your mailbox if you live in Phinney Ridge or Greenwood or you’re a PNA member. We’re publishing digitally for now due to COVID-19 budgetary constraints. If you have issues reading on-screen, you can get a printed copy at the Phinney Center.

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*Cover art thanks to Sandy Nelson