Upcoming Events

Every month our town sends out a newsletter full of information about what is happening in town. One of the objections I get from people about the idea of moving to Cheverly is that it is a “quiet town” “in the suburbs”. Let me put those thoughts to rest. First of all, one of the…

Mimosas, Muffins and Poppies

If you are new to town, you have to join a club. A club is a way to meet others who share your same interests. Are you interested in gardening? If so, the Cheverly Garden Club might be for you. Every year they have a plant sale at Town Park at 9-12. Here are the…

Helping Each Other

Here’s the deal folks. Cheverly residents help one another out. I have seen this time and time again. It functions the way that I’ve been told churches should function. There are meal deliveries for new moms, the Cheverly Village which helps to meet the needs of our older residents, special flower/plant deliveries from the Cheverly…

Busy Week Ahead

Have any of you looked at the Cheverly May Newsletter? Somehow I didn’t catch it in the mail so I found it online. Oh my word. Can we live in a busier town? There is so much inside that I will not try to cover it all in this one post, but I do want…

We Choose Cheverly: Meet Our Leaders: Dave and Casey Kneipp

From our “We Choose Cheverly” writer Chase O’Brien: As a mother of three small boys, there are many things that I appreciate about living in Cheverly. Something that ranks very high on my list is Halloween. October is the only time of the year when my boys WANT to walk to school EVERY single day….

Don’t Drive This Weekend…

There is absolutely no reason to drive this weekend. After living in a small ski town in Europe for 7 years, I love the idea of living without a car and walking everywhere. Of course, you can’t really do that in our area…except for in Cheverly. I’m telling you, this weekend is packed with events!…