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WHS Late Night 2015 – Fundraising Effort Underway

Thanks For Keeping Wayland High School Kids Safe After the Junior Prom!  
“Late Night,” a 18 year-long Wayland AFTER-Prom tradition, is entirely fund…

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Energy Initiative Advisory Committee: Why Solar Energy is Right for Wayland

Why Solar Energy is Right for Wayland
Wayland voters will be asked to decide at April’s Town Meeting on a proposal to construct four solar power proj…

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Weston Friendly Presents State Fair, March 21-28


Weston Friendly Society of the Performing Arts, Weston Town Hall (11 Town House Road, Weston) invites you to come to the Fair!  Tickets are now avai…

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TCW Cocktail Party to Benefit the Cheryl Fertig Staff Enrichment Fund, Saturday, March 28 at Sandy Burr

Please join us for the inaugural fundraising cocktail party for The Children’s Way Cheryl Fertig Staff Enrichment Fund!  Cheryl Fertig, who ha…

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WaylandeNews Q&A with the Recreation Candidates

WaylandeNews has submitted the following set of questions to each of the candidates. Candidates were given 11 days to respond, and we requested that c…

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News and Events from the Wayland Library, March 26, 2015

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HOLIDAY HOURS The library will be closed on Easter Sunday, April 5, and also on Monday, April 20, for Patriots Day.

HELP SHAPE THE FUTURE OF YOUR LIBRARY The library is conducting a town-wide needs assessment to learn how it can best serve Wayland residents. A survey was sent to every

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Weston Drama Workshop is looking for some munchkins to join Dorothy this summer

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Do you know a rising 4th or 5th grade girl or boy who loves to perform? Have them join us this summer for some singing, dancing and general tra-la-la’ing in our production of The Wizard of Oz. Munchkins will rehearse one evening per week starting mid-June and participate in all five performances between

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Wayland Children’s Summer Theater Program

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“Piccadilly Players” Presents: Summer Theater Program for kids grades K-8 Aladdin, July 6-17 and The Little Mermaid, July 20-31

Piccadilly Players runs two-week long sessions, Monday–Friday, 1–4 PM. During each session, children rehearse and perform a complete musical production. Regular activities include theater games, costume and set construction, singing,

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Wayland’s Historic Meetinghouse Invites All to Ring “Bells Across the Land”

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Wayland families are invited to visit the First Parish Meetinghouse and ring the Paul Revere Bell to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the end of the Civil War.

Although it seems long ago, only 150 years have passed since the great civil war that tore the United States into two opposing nations ended and

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Where are the Best Communities for Music Education

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NAMM Foundation March 2015: Where are the best communities for music education? Wayland awarded Best Communities for Music Education designation again, one of 14 districts in Massachusetts and 388 across the country.

Go Public! Discovery your community colleges, state universities & UMass, March 30 in Wellesley

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Please join Richard M. Freeland, Commissioner of Higher Education, Campus Leaders, Current Students and alumni for a special evening to learn about top-ranked programs and unique majors at Massachusetts Public Colleges & Universities. Open to all parents and students at Wellesley, Wayland & Weston High Schools. Monday, March 30, 2015, 7-9pm at Wellesley High School,

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Wayland school board supports late buses

Wayland Town Crier 3/24/15: Wayland school board supports late buses. Over a fear of losing the late buses that run from Wayland to Boston after school, parents with children in Wayland’s METCO program crowded the School Committee room Monday night. “I was captain of our football team because of late buses,” said Boston parent

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