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Orange Leaf hosting fundraiser in support of Christine Cocce's Boston Marathon run for Boston Children's Hospital

Orange Leaf in Wayland, MA is hosting a fundraiser tomorrow (March 3) night from 5pm-10pm in support of Wayland resident Christine Cocce’s run in the …

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Wayland Reads Event Schedule

Sunday, March 1  |  Wayland High School Lecture Hall  |  3 p.m.
Sunday afternoon’s program will begin with several readings from…

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Dining for Dollars- Panera Bread supports the Wayland Boosters, March 2

Enjoy a delicious meal at Panera in Wayland on Monday, March 2nd from 4-8pm and they will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Wayland Boosters A…

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Loose Change 2015, runs February 28-March 28

We are proud to announce the 5th Loose Change campaign in Wayland, February 28th  -March 8th. For each of the last 4  years  the residents of Wayland …

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Board of Health distributes press release about roof collapse and snow clearing

Residents and Businesses are Strongly Encouraged to Have Snow and Ice Cleared from Roofs Before this Weekend’s Storm

FRAMINGHAM, MA – The prolonged…

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Wayland Public Schools Foundation's March Madness Kickoff Party Fundraiser is March 7

WPSF Hosts Annual Fundraiser
March Madness Kickoff Party
Saturday, March 7th, 7:00pm
SkyBokx 109
319 Speen Street, Natick

Come join friends and…

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Kids Night Out (okay, Parents Night Out), Saturday, March 21

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Kids Night Out (okay, Parents Night Out!)

Tired of being stuck inside? Kids got TOO MUCH ENERGY?!?

The WHS Varsity Sailing Team will be hosting Kids Night Out on Saturday, March 21. Children may join us from 6-9:30pm for fun, games, dinner, concession stand and much more!

Date: Saturday, March 21, 2015 Time: 6:00

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Cabaret Style Farewell to Debbie Bearse, April 10


April 10, 2015 Wayland High School Auditorium 7 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

Join us to thank and honor Claypit Hill School Principal, Debbie Bearse, for her 23 years of service to the Wayland Public Schools and for touching the lives

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Paul Cincotta running Boston Marathon in support of MassGeneral Hospital’s Marathon Team Fighting Kids’ Cancer One Step at a Time


MassGeneral Hospital’s Marathon Team, Fighting Kid’s Cancer One Step at a Time, is heading back to the starting line for its 18th year of fundraising in support of the Children’s Cancer Center. Wayland resident Paul Cinco is excited and privileged to be running with the Team for a third year.

We are all

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Wayland native to become new fire chief

Wayland Town Crier 2/27/15: Wayland native to become new fire chief. David Houghton is expected to be named Wayland’s new fire chief by the Board of Selectmen on Monday night, following the retirement of Vinnie Smith this week.

Reclaiming the Care of Our Dying and Our Dead, March 21

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Reclaiming the Care of Our Dying and Our Dead, Saturday, March 21, 2015

Join Transition Wayland and All Things Mortal for this workshop, 1:00-4:30, Church of the Holy Spirit, 169 Rice Road, Wayland, for a presentation on dying at home, after-death care, and home funerals. Facilitator Peg Lorenz will discuss legal facts

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News and Events from the Wayland Library, February 27, 2015

Wayland Library

UNDERSTANDING THE POWER OF EMPATHY Helen Riess, M.D., Director of the Empathy and Relational Science Program at Massachusetts General Hospital and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, is the next speaker in the library’s Great Presenters Series. Her talk on Tuesday, March 3, at 7:30 p.m. will describe the underlying science

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League of Women Voters hosts Civics Bee in response to question: What Happened to Learning Civics

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Whatever Happened to Learning Civics? By the Wayland, Weston and Sudbury Leagues of Women Voters

Last fall, a survey released by the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania showed that just over a third—36%–of adults in a national survey could name all three branches of the U.S. government, and 35% could

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