The main stage will feature a musical tribute starring the talented and energetic Young Columbians and special guests, presented by Toby Orenstein, founder of Columbia Center for Theatrical Arts, the Young Columbians and Toby’s Dinner Theatre. Kid-friendly activities, light refreshments and a chance to join friends and neighbors create an atmosphere which Jim Rouse would have enjoyed.
Gates open at 4:30, and the program will run from 5:00-7:00
This is a non-ticketed free event, please RSVP if you plan on attending."
While out looking at the storm damage this past week I saw a bird that looked like a sparrow but the coloring was much lighter than the other sparrows. Thanks to Googling "blond sparrow" I learned that this is a leucistic sparrow. Genetically they are between a regular sparrow and and albino sparrow. Leucistic sparrows are very unusual but not as rare as an albino sparrow. What did we do before Google?