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Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable

Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization of men and women incorporated in 1999. The goal of the Roundtable is to raise awareness about the issue of domestic violence through community education and networking and to improve the coordination between public and private services for victims and families touched by domestic violence.

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Free Flu Vaccine still being offered by the Wayland Health Deparmebnt

The Wayland Health Department still has flu vaccine and will be providing FREE Injectable Flu Vaccine for walk-ins (no appointment needed) at the Town…

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Wayland High Grad Biking U.S. For MS

Wayland Patch 1/19/18: Wayland High Grad Biking U.S. For MS. Audrey Zizza, Wayland High School class of 2015, will be participating in a cross countr…

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Domestic Violence Roundtable Collects Valentine Donations for Families in Shelter

Each February, the Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable collects items for Valentine’s Day and fills gift bags for women, men and chil…

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Wayland Garden Club Welcomes New Members

Wayland Garden Club monthly membership meeting and program at the Trinitarian Congregational Church, 53 Cochituate Road, Wayland on Tuesday, January 2…

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Nomination papers are available for March Town Elections

News Brief from the Wayland Town Clerk

The Wayland Annual Town Election will be held March 27, 2018. Nomination Papers will be available from the Way…

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Wayland police chief: Car break-in spree likely connected

Metrowest Daily News 1/20/18: Wayland police chief: Car break-in spree likely connected. Someone broke into several cars at a Boston Post Road restaurant on Monday, and police said they think it is connected to several other MetroWest vehicle break-ins in the last week.

What are Wayland activists doing to fight climate change? And what can YOU do?

Interested in a more sustainable lifestyle, but not sure where to start? On Tuesday, February 6, 7:30-9pm, local activists Ellen Tohn and Anne Harris will share their work with the Energy and Climate Committee to green municipal energy use, and with to help residents

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News and Events from the Wayland Library, January 19, 2018


Great Presenters: Wayland’s Energy and Climate Action. Over the past seven years, Wayland’s Energy Committee has helped the town use 20% less electricity and save $200,000 in reduced energy costs. Learn what’s next (and how to help). We will also discuss a plant-rich diet—including recipes and delicious samples–which improves health

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Pegasus Registration Open

Registration for the Pegasus Summer Program to be held at Claypit Hill School is now open ( Pegasus is a Wayland Public Schools enrichment program for preschool (age 3 by June 25) to entering Grade Six children.

Among the special events planned for this summer is a birthday party to celebrate

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Parmenter Foundation announces 2018 Lecture Series

The Parmenter Foundation Lecture Series:

WHERE: Weston Community Center at 20 Alphabet Lane, Weston TIME: 6-7:30 PM COST: All are welcome. There is no charge. RESERVATION: Seating is limited, please e-mail to reserve your place. DATES: February 8, Continue reading here

Snow Moon Nature Walk, February 1

Don’t miss this chance to see a Snow Moon in its prime full moon phase!

Rabbi Katy Allen, Facilitator of One Earth Collaborative will lead a walk without flashlights, and instead by the light of this beautiful winter full moon. Attendees will navigate the Greenways Conservation Area’s fields and paths down to the Sudbury River.

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The Dudley Chateau in Wayland can again serve alcohol

Wayland Town Crier 1/16/18: The Dudley Chateau in Wayland can again serve alcohol. The Dudley Chateau can again serve alcohol. The Crest Road restaurant has received necessary state and local approvals for its new liquor license. The restaurant had been operating on a liquor license that listed former owner Dennis Sullivan. But, that license

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