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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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4th Annual John Tanner Memorial 5k Run/Walk, October 2

Our Promise to Nicholas Foundation is proud to anounce this year’s fundraiser in remembrance of Nicholas’ marathon runner who passed away in the NYC h…

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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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Community Picnic, Sunday, September 25

All Families Invited to this District wide Community Picnic

Date: Sunday, September 25, 2016
Where: Claypit Hill School (Meet a new friend)

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common art Show, October 2

common art is a unique program that provides space, materials and support to homeless people to help develop their artistic abilities. People who live…

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Free Film Screening: Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War, September 30

“Defying the Nazis” is a new PBS documentary directed by Ken Burns and Artemis Joukowsky. It tells the story of Waitstill and Martha Sharp, a Unitaria…

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Lost: Wedding Band lost at Wayland Town Beach

A man’s wedding band was lost at the Wayland Town Beach on Tuesday, September 13. The owner had been swimming, so it could be either on the beach or i…

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Wayland once again ranked safest town in Massachusetts

Safewise 9/13/16: The 100 Safest Cities in America 2016. How important is feeling safe when you’re at home? Probably pretty important. That’s why our …

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Gender neutral bathrooms established at WHS

Source: WSPN. Photo credit: Naomi Lathan

Source: WSPN. Photo credit: Naomi Lathan

Wayland Student Press Network 9/20/16: Gender neutral bathrooms established at WHS. Over the summer, Wayland High School converted its English pod bathrooms from men’s and women’s to gender neutral. The idea originated with the WHS Alliance, and the change is meant to make sure that all

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Wayland fights climate change with energy initiatives

Wayland Town Crier 9/23/16: Wayland fights climate change with energy initiatives. The Energy Initiatives Advisory Committee is pleased to note that as we enter the 2016-17 heating season, all use of fuel oil for heating in town buildings has been eliminated. Next month the committee expects to reach another milestone as the new

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News and Events from the Wayland Library, September 24, 2016

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HOLIDAY HOURS. The library will be closed on Monday, October 10, for Columbus Day.

SEPTEMBER IS LIBRARY CARD SIGN-UP MONTH. In celebration of Library Card Sign-up Month, we are having Picture Day at the Library on Saturday, September 24, from 2-4 p.m. Join the Friends or renew your membership and get your children’s picture taken

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Board of Assessors announces completion of proposed assessments for FY2017

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The following was submitted by the Board of Assessors:

Dear Wayland Property Owner(s):

The Board of Assessors has completed a review of property valuations for Fiscal Year 2017. The proposed assessed values have been posted to the Town of Wayland’s website on the Assessor’s section or can be found at In addition,

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Sudbury Valley Trustees Seek Volunteers for Conservation Land Marking


Sudbury Valley Trustees (SVT) seek new volunteers for boundary location and signing on its properties. SVT is a non-profit conservation organization that protects natural areas for wildlife and people. With the help of volunteers, SVT cares for over 4200 acres of land and maintains over 55 miles of trails in a 36-community region around the

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Volunteer opportunity at SVT Halloween Pumpkin Patch event

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Sudbury Valley Trustees is seeking student volunteers for our annual Pumpkin Patch family event on Saturday, October 22. This is a fun Halloween harvest festival at Wolbach Farm in Sudbury. Volunteers are needed for setup, activities, and breakdown. Two shifts: 10:00 am – 1:30 pm and Continue reading here

School Committee to host fall Public Forum, October 5


The School Committee invites the community to attend its Fall PublicForum on Wednesday, October 5th, at 7PM in the first floor Large Hearing Room of the Town Building.

At this meeting:

The Superintendent will present the District goals and priorities for the current school year. To review these proposed goals in advance of the meeting,

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