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Mission: to bring the yoga community together to create seva (selfless service). Through the gift of yoga, Yoga Reaches Out focuses on raising funds for organizations that impact the health, education, and well-being of children.

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Wayland-Weston Rowing Association's Ergathon, September 23

The Wayland-Weston Rowing Association is celebrating the beginning of the fall 2017 season with the annual Ergathon, a fundraising and community event…

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WCPA Preschool & Childcare Forum, October 4

Wednesday, October 4, 7:30-9pm, at Claypit Hill School Gymnasium

Join us for an opportunity to speak with representatives of 20+ preschools and child…

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Knee Slapping, Toes Tapping - Comedy & Jazz Coming to Wayland

The Friends of the Wayland Council On Aging is sponsoring a fundraiser featuring nationally known Social and Political Humorist Jimmy Tingle and the S…

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The Town of Wayland Wants You to Volunteer: Senior Tax Relief Committee

The town has a variety of volunteer opportunities that call for light, medium, or heavy time commitments and for specific skills or no particular skil…

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Department of Public Works announces Watering Restrictions

In accordance with State notification requirements, the Wayland Water Division is issuing a Water Supply Status Update to inform Wayland Water Custome…

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Best Public School Districts in Boston 2017

Boston Magazine September 2017: Best Public School Districts in Boston 2017.  Boston Magazine’s top 10 districts are: Dover-Sherborn, Concord-Carlisle…

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Retirement Reception for Chief Irving, September 19

The Wayland Police Association invites you to attend a retirement reception for Chief Robert Irving, honoring 16 years of service as Chief of the Wa…

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District Attorney: Man found dead on Fearing Street on Friday night

Amherst Wire 9/19/17: District Attorney: Man found dead on Fearing Street on Friday night. A college-age man was found dead over the weekend on Fearing Street, the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office said on Monday. Acquaintances and posts on social media confirmed Cameron Tredgett died sometime late Friday night or early Saturday morning. [Cameron Tredgett

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Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable hosts: Survival and Empowerment

Join the Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable to hear a domestic violence survivor share her powerful story. The speaker will share her experiences surviving and moving beyond domestic violence.

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Come to learn about ways abuse can impact survivors, what resources are available, and what you can do to

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National recognition for two Wayland High School singers

Photo 1: Siddhanth Iyer, left, Zachary Knapp, right. Photo by Veronique Latimer

They’re off to join “the best of the best” of nationwide student musicians: Wayland High School’s Zachary Knapp and Siddhanth Iyer will sing in the 2017 All-National Honor Choir alongside top young talent from all 50 states. Knapp, a senior who

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New stuff for newborns

Wayland Town Crier 9/17/17: New stuff for newborns. Wayland native Josh Wiesman got his start developing child products early – he patented a pacifier during his sophomore year at Tulane University. Wiesman, who now lives in Weston, is using his experience in a new Wayland-based venture he co-founded, Smilo. The company, which designs

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Wayland Cultural Council seeks funding proposals


Proposals for community-oriented arts, humanities, and science programs due Monday, October 16th.

The Wayland Cultural Council has set a Monday, October 16th deadline for organizations, schools, and individuals to apply for grants that support arts and cultural activities in the community. Funding is available for projects and

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The Argument: Should Wayland impose a temporary moratorium on recreational marijuana shops?

Boston Globe 9/15/17: The Argument: Should Wayland impose a temporary moratorium on recreational marijuana shops? The Boston Globe provides arguments from two Wayland residents: moratorium proponent Sarah Greenaway (Chairman of Wayland Youth Advisory Council) and moratorium opponent James Winokur (CEO of CannaKorp, makers of vaporizer devices)

Q & A: Resident of Wayland’s Carriage House turns 100

Wayland Town Crier 9/16/17: Q & A: Resident of Wayland’s Carriage House turns 100. Lois Ray-Laird, a resident at Carriage House at Lee’s Farm who recently turned 100, shared some wisdom in our questionnaire.