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Find these locally made aprons and totes, exclusively at the 
Birds & Blooms Market Garden, Sat., June 22 from 10 to 2

on the Green in Proctorsville.  Spruce up your porch with a whimsical treasure, 

find a gift certificate, a piece of stained glass and more.

Every spring and fall, volunteers gather to spruce up the Procotorsville Green and surrounding gardens. Bring your favorite tool, garden gloves and satisfaction in readying our

local green spots for summer use.

Thank you!


Thank you to the parade of volunteers, including Roxie and Al Davis and the Eddy's for decorating the gazebo, Ludlow Electric for putting up the lights, Mr. Parrish for donating the

tree, the Ludlow Women's Club for their donation to purchase new lights, all the folks who stopped to admire the new decorations and the many hands it takes

so keep things looking tidy.  What a great town!

Despite the weather toggling back and forth between rain and snow, volunteers added fresh seasonal displays to the Proctorsville Gazebo,

the Depot Street Bridge,  C.T.E.S.

and the Cavendish Post Office.

Ludlow Electric will install new commercial grade lights donated by Cavendish Streetscapes,  to the spruce tree

on the Svec Green.

DG Bodyworks offered shelter for the 3d annual Birds & Blooms event and all of you showed up, despite threatening skies.   Check our FB page  for photos of the beautiful people in attendance and the wonderful, generous gifts from our great community.  

Thanks to all the volunteers who dug and clipped and dragged a winter's worth of debris  from the Proctorsville Green and CTES gardens.  We are ready for the CCCA sponsored concert season!


Break out your paints and creative juices to craft a one-of-a-kind decorative birdhouse.  

Are you inspired by a pirate ship, a townhouse, a fenced-in yard, or a more traditional shape?

Bird houses are available at the Village Clipper in Proctorsville and DG Bodyworks. 

Thank you Hannah and Denise!

Make your selection and please sign the list.

Your work will be sold at the June 24th  annual

Birds & Blooms fundraiser to support the town wide beautification efforts of Cavendish Streetscapes.

Thank you! 




Happy New Year!

Thank you for your support and encouragement.

We hope the decorations on the Depot St. Bridge,

the tree and gazebo on the Proctorsville Green

and Cavendish Post Office

bring you cheer.

Volunteers plant, feed and water many gardens around town.  Look for their 

handiwork at the Gazebo on the Proctorsville Green, around the Svec Memorial,  along the Depot Street Bridge, adjacent to Cavendish Elementary School, at the Cavendish Post Office.  The Proctorsville and Cavendish Fire Departments install and remove flags for summer celebrations.

Thanks to you, there were one of a kind birdhouses,birdfeeders, beautiful jewellery, fresh and dried flowers,small and large garden themed decorations, stained glass,pottery, a special carving and more

at the Birds & Blooms Marketplace.

Our wonderful neighbors donated their time and talents tomake a successful fundraising event for the Cavendish Streetscape Committee.

In return, we will keep planting, pruning, and planning 

ways to make our villages welcoming.

Streetscapes keeps busy, even in winter, planning events and decorating the gazebo.  And yes, thinking of spring planting!

Streetscapes sends thanks to both our fire departments, Cavendish and Proctorsville for their able assistance in installing and retrieving flags on the utility poles.  We literally would not see a flag

flying without their help!

By the way, if you find a damaged flag, please give it to the Cavendish Library for safe keeping.

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