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  • Vokes Players present Avenue Q: The Musical, October 30-November 15
  • Lost Cat: Flynn is missing from Plain Rd home
  • Last Flu Clinic on Wednesday
  • Masquerade Concert at Wayland High School Thursday evening
  • Dining for Dollars at China Rose to Benefit Wayland Boosters on Tuesday, October 28
  • Wayland Educator to Star in The Great Gatsby
  • Donate Coats for Kids at Anton Cleaners

The Wellesley Players rock the Arsenal Stage in A…My Name is Alice” musical with Wellesley Players

Photo credit: Jon Sachs

Front: Sun-Mee Kasper 
l-r Middle Row: Kelly Murphy, Jennifer Bubriski 
l-r Back Row: Melissa Bisso, Regine Vitale, Kathleen Dalton, Jennifer Shotkin, Lara Simpson

Performances at the Arsenal Center for the Arts, November 7-16

The Wellesley Players are currently in rehearsal for their Fall musical, A…My Name Is Alice. The Play features both new faces and seasoned Wellesley Players in this Outer Critics’ Award winner for Best Musical. Currently in residence at the Arsenal Center for the Arts

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TCAN Players present ‘Deathtrap’

Wayland Town Crier 10/30/14: TCAN Players present ‘Deathtrap’. A down-on-his-luck playwright sees the opportunity to claim a student’s work as his own through devious and deadly means, in the TCAN Players’ production of “Deathtrap,” which opens at The Center for Arts in Natick on Nov. 7.

Wayland location to donate for personal aid kits

Wayland Town Crier 10/30/14: Wayland location to donate for personal aid kits. Thomas Brennan, a member of Troop 60 of Sudbury, is collecting items for personal aid kits to help the needy as part of his Eagle Scout project, on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 1 and 2, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at

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Traffic alert for Progressive Dinner for Wayland students

Wayland Town Crier 10/30/14: Traffic alert for Progressive Dinner for Wayland students. Wayland High School’s senior class will having a Progressive Dinner on Saturday night, Nov. 8. The entire class will travel between three houses as they complete their meal.

Wayland native still ‘achy and exhausted’ after Ebola

Wayland Town Crier 10/30/14: Wayland native still ‘achy and exhausted’ after Ebola. Doug Sacra of Wayland, whose brother Rick was the third American health worker repatriated from West Africa after contracting Ebola earlier this fall, says that while the virus remains a serious threat, there are other issues of public concern that are not

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Wayland School Committee’s summit yields many ideas

Wayland Town Crier 10/30/14: Wayland School Committee’s summit yields many ideas. On a recent Sunday afternoon, the Wayland School Committee hosted its first ever School Committee Summit. The idea for the summit came in response to the town’s Finance Committee asking for each town department’s input into its long-range planning process. The School Committee

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Grade Five Photography Club Now Enrolling at Happy Hollow School

Conrad Gees

Conrad Gees

Led by recently retired teacher, Mr. Conrad Gees, the Grade Five Photography Club is starting at Happy Hollow School on Monday, November 24, 2014. The enrollment deadline is Wednesday, November 12. There will be four classes, 3-4:30pm.

No experience is necessary, and digital cameras are provided for each student to use for the

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