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  • Friends of the Library Fall Book and Bake Sale
  • Dining for Dollars at China Rose to Benefit Wayland Boosters on Tuesday, October 28
  • Change of Traffic Pattern: East Plain Street/School Street/Commonwealth Road
  • Wayland Educator to Star in The Great Gatsby
  • Donate Coats for Kids at Anton Cleaners
  • Lost Cat: Devon is missing from Pelham Island area
  • League of Women Voters’ Election Guide Features All Candidates for Statewide Office

Walden Forum: A Muslim’s View from the Middle Path of Islam, October 30


Mary Johnson – Attorney, Educator and a Member of the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center and the Boston Chapter of the Muslim American Society.

Join the Walden Forum for “A Sister’s Perspective: A Muslim’s View from the Middle Path of Islam”, a discussion with Mary Johnson, a Massachusetts attorney and educator who will speak

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Library Planning Committee – Volunteers Wanted

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Wayland’s Board of Library Trustees is establishing a volunteer committee of 10-15 diverse community members to serve on its new Library Planning Committee. This year, Governor Deval Patrick authorized a $150 million Library Construction Grant to help Massachusetts cities and towns expand, renovate, or build new libraries.

The Library Planning Committee will examine the Library’s

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Planning Ahead: Advanced Directives for the Best Care Possible

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Join us to learn more 7PM, Friday, October 24th Presbyterian Church of Sudbury, 33 Concord Road, Sudbury, MA

Sponsored by Parmenter Home Care & Hospice

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Weston Friendly Society presents Meet Me in St. Louis, November 29-December 6

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Meet Me In St. Louis is based on the classic, heartwarming 1944 film starring Judy Garland. A story about the Smith family that takes place in 1904 on the eve of the St. Louis World’s fair, this musical adaptation focuses on the four Smith daughters as they navigate the complexities of relationships and community when

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Weston Friendly Society celebrating 128th year

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Wayland Town Crier 4/20/14: Weston Friendly Society celebrating 128th year. The Weston Friendly Society (WFS), the second oldest community theater in the country, is celebrating its 128th year. WFS has a rich history of putting on quality, family-friendly musicals at Weston Town Hall for enthusiastic audiences from all over the state. Participation is open

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Wayland students to slow down for one night

Wayland Town Crier 10/21/14: Wayland students to slow down for one night. For two days this academic year – this coming Wednesday and one day in March – Wayland’s schoolchildren will be absolved of all responsibility for after-school activities.

“It is only for two days but I think … the idea behind it is

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$40k for a marble? Have you lost your you-know-what?

Boston Globe 10/21/14: $40k for a marble? Have you lost your you-know-what? Bert Cohen’s passion is marbles, and after decades of collecting the glass orbs, he knows when a bad joke is coming. He almost always beats the would-be comedians to the punchline. “You know, I lose my marbles every day,” said Cohen, 83,

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