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Non-Profit Spotlight: Golden Tones Chorus

Mission:Golden Tones Chorus practices and provides enriching entertainment for senior facilities, schools, and public events. Members, of retirement age, sing and dance to lift spirits and promote health and social engagement for everyone involved.

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Police to hold "Prescription Drug Take Back Day", Saturday, October 22

On Saturday, October 22nd, 2016, the Wayland Police Department will participate in the “Prescription Drug Take Back Day” sponsored by the U.S. Drug En…

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Open House for Library's Director Ann Knight

On October 30, 3-5pm, please join the Board of Library Trustees and the Friends of the Wayland Public Library for a reception in Ann’s honor. Light re…

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Board of Health Registers Residents for Hazardous Waste Day

The Wayland Board of Health is pre-registering Wayland residents for its next Household Hazardous Waste collection day to be held on Saturday, October…

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Friends of the Wayland Public Library Book and Bake Sale, November 4-6

The Friends of the Wayland Public Library will sponsor their Fall Book and Bake Sale on Saturday, November 5, from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. and Sunday, No…

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Early Voting for Presidential and State Elecion begins Monday, October 24

Town of Wayland 9/30/16: Early Voting Begins Monday, October 24. Early voting for the November 8 Presidential and State Election begins on MONDAY, OCT…

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CAPA Bottle and Can Drive, October 29

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Saturday, October 29, 10:00 – 2:00 PM

Time to donate your refundable bottles and cans — Please start s…

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Important Safety Message for Walkers at Heard Farm


In the past week there have been several encounter…

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It only takes 2 minutes of your time to earn money for Wayland Schools!!!!


Stop N Shop will donate a portion of the money you spend to the Wayland School of your choice if you link your Rewards Card to your preferred school. Last year Claypit Hill alone earned over $1000. (This program runs Oct through March only so sign up right away!) Follow this link and enter the

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Creative Arts Parent Association seeks support from community


Creative Arts Parent Association Working together to help support all the arts at Wayland High School

Does your child participate in music, theater, dance, or visual arts at Wayland High School? Would you like to help promote the arts and fund grants for enrichment, special opportunities, classes, field trips, Fine Arts Jackets

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WPS ranked at levels one and two by Massachusetts Department of Education

Wayland Student Press Network 10/18/16: WPS ranked at levels one and two by Massachusetts Department of Education. Wayland Public Schools were ranked by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) at levels one and level two in 2016.

Vokes Players announce auditions for “Wings”, November 6 and 7



The Details: Directed by David Berti, the auditions will be held at Beatrice Herford’s Vokes Theatre on Route 20 in Wayland on Sunday, November 6th at 6:00 p.m. and Monday, November 7th at 7:00 p.m. If callbacks are necessary, they will be held by invitation only

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Wayland Weekly Buzz Spotlight on: Library Project’s Progress

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Beginning Sunday, October 23, we are joined by Aida Gennis, Chair of the Wayland Public Library Trustees. What’s the status of the state proposal? Has a final site been chosen? When can we expect ground breaking? Will there be more public forums? Join us and find out.

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Weston Wayland Interfaith Action Group to host panel discussion on “The promise and challenge of teaching the world’s religions in America’s public schools”


FALL 2016 PROGRAM Sunday, October 30, 2016 at 3:30pm

Linda Wertheimer author of Faith Ed: Teaching here

Wayland, French students form bonds through exchange program

Wayland Town Crier 10/17/16: Wayland, French students form bonds through exchange program. When Amanda Keyes went to France in April with a group of fellow Wayland High School students, she wanted to experience a French family’s daily life. While she noticed some differences, including a cleaner, more organized public transportation system, Keyes said there

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