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Happy 10 Years of!

Happy 10 Years of!   As of this month (February, 2016), AroundWellington® has been publishing, posting and providing you with great content for 10...

November, 2012 – Happy Thanksgiving

Here's this month's “Letter from the Editor” - a little introduction to some of our content this month and what's new Around Wellingon.

January, 2017 – Marching On

Marching On   January, 2017   This month I had the chance to be a part of the largest march in our nation’s history, the Women’s March.  With...

September, 2016 – Just Keep Swimming

September, 2016 – Just Keep Swimming It’s already September. Time for school again and school fundraisers.  One of my favorite events takes place every September...

November, 2013 – Happy Thanksgiving to You!

This is just a quick note this month to tell you how much I appreciate you! In "Giving Thanks" to our subscribers, we will be presenting FREE Gelato Day / Giving Thanks Day on Thursday, November, 14th from 2pm to 7pm at the Whole Foods Market in Wellington.

July/August, 2012 – Getting Back to Hobbies

When I was pregnant with my daughter (over seven years ago), I remember chatting with my tennis partner.

Happy March and Happy 20th, Wellington!

Happy March and Happy 20 Years, Village of Wellington!     As of this month (March, 2016), the Village of Wellington celebrates their 20 year anniversary!...

April, 2011 – The Easter Bunny and Tax Time

April, 2011           Dear Readers,   Happy April!  April stirs up a strange combination of occasions – April Fool’s Day, Tax Time, Earth Day and Easter. And for...

October, 2015 – Introducing Sabeen

I am the new Managing Editor for and will be taking up duties like posting articles, photos, and writing the AW Spotlight story of the month.

March, 2012 – Happy St. Patty’s

There are so many great events going on in our area this month – for example, the Royal Palm Art & Music Festival on March 9, 10 & 11, which is a free event to the public and includes street painting