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Yoga Reaches Out

Mission: to bring the yoga community together to create seva (selfless service). Through the gift of yoga, Yoga Reaches Out focuses on raising funds for organizations that impact the health, education, and well-being of children.

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Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable hosts: Survival and Empowerment

Join the Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable to hear a domestic violence survivor share her powerful story. The speaker will share her experiences surviving and moving beyond domestic violence.

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Come to learn about ways abuse can impact survivors, what resources are available, and what you can do to help someone you are concerned about. Domestic violence affects us all!

The speaker is a member of the Survivor Speaker’s Bureau of REACH Beyond Domestic Violence, an area domestic violence agency that provides a variety of services to individuals and families dealing with the issue of abuse.

The program will take place on Tuesday, October 10, 2017, at 3pm in the Community Meeting Room of the Wayland Public Safety Building, 38 Cochituate Road, Wayland.  The program is free and open to the public.

For more information about the Roundtable; to learn more about domestic violence, bullying, teen dating violence, and elder abuse; and to find resources for victims of abuse, please go to

Program flyer online here

Wayland-Weston Rowing Association’s Ergathon, September 23

The Wayland-Weston Rowing Association is celebrating the beginning of the fall 2017 season with the annual Ergathon, a fundraising and community event at Wayland Town Beach on Saturday, September 23, 8am-12pm.

The rowing club welcomes the community to join in learn-to-row opportunities on the rowing machines and a hot pancake breakfast. There will be a raffle, with funds raised going to new equipment purchases for the student-athletes. Student-athletes will compete together on the rowing machines to collectively row 624,000 meters during the morning event.

WWRA supports a highly competitive high school team with 110 students from Wayland and Weston High Schools, a community-wide middle school program with thirty students participating this fall, and an adult recreational team. WW takes to the Textile River Regatta in Lowell on Sunday, October 1 to kick off their racing season.

For more information on the Ergathon or WWRA, please visit or email program director Mike Baker,

WCPA Preschool & Childcare Forum, October 4

Wednesday, October 4, 7:30-9pm, at Claypit Hill School Gymnasium

Join us for an opportunity to speak with representatives of 20+ preschools and childcare centers in our community.  Hear from Gretchen Lutz, Early Childhood Coordinator for Wayland Public Schools.  Her presentation and subsequent discussion will touch on early childhood development, socialization, and how she works with parents and their children’s development to support future success in school.

Free to members and non-members.


RSVP: by October 1 (RSVP encouraged, but not required)

Event flyer online here: preschool forum flyer_1

Wayland Cultural Council seeks funding proposals


Proposals for community-oriented arts, humanities, and science programs due Monday, October 16th.

The Wayland Cultural Council has set a Monday, October 16th deadline for organizations, schools, and individuals to apply for grants that support arts and cultural activities in the community. Funding is available for projects and programs planned from July 1, 2017 through December 31, 2018.

According to Council chair, Kara Brewton, these grants can support a variety of artistic projects and activities, including exhibits, festivals, short-term artist residencies, or performances, workshops, and lectures. Based on a just-completed community-wide survey, the Council especially encourages applications focused on community-wide gatherings, nature, science, environmental projects, projects celebrating local history; and projects celebrating cultural diversity.

The Wayland Cultural Council is part of a network of 329 Local Cultural Councils serving all 351 cities and towns in the Commonwealth. The LCC Program is the largest grassroots cultural funding network in the nation, supporting thousands of community-based projects in the arts, sciences and humanities every year. The state legislature provides an annual appropriation to the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, which then allocates funds to each community.

This year, the Wayland Cultural Council will distribute about $4500 in grants. Previously funded projects include: The Wayland Council on Aging, The Wayland Concert Series, a reading project at the Wayland Public Library, The Musicians of the Old Post Road, a multi-cultural presentation at the Islamic Center of Boston in Wayland, a new Wayland Poetry Garden, and several individual exhibitions, performances, or instructive sessions by educators, artists, and specialists.

Application forms and complete information about the Wayland Cultural Council and its grants are available online at

How to Talk So Your Legislators Will Listen

Thursday, October 12, 2pm at the Library.  Join us for this useful and informative program that will cover the most effective ways to reach your state legislators and make your voice heard.  We’ll discuss at what points in the legislation process communication from constituents are most effective and why it is important to contact legislators when you know they agree with you.

Nancy Brumback is a director of the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts and oversees the organization’s work on state legislation.

This talk is co-sponsored with the Wayland League of Women Voters and Hear Our Voices Metrowest.

Event flyer online here.

Wayland Hockey Association Golf Tournament, September 29

Don’t miss the Wayland Hockey Association (WHA) Golf Tournament on Friday, September 29th – Registration at

Please join the Wayland Hockey Association (WHA) for our Annual Golf Tournament at Wayland Country Club on Friday, September 29th at 12:30pm.  The cost is $150 per player and includes hamburgers and hot dogs during registration; shotgun start at 1:30pm; contests with prizes for closest to the pin, longest drive and team scores; a raffle and silent auction; and a delicious buffet dinner.  This year we are highlighting Wayland and Wayland/Weston hockey alumni with special recognition and prizes, so please spread the word among your former teammates!

If you can’t play in the tournament, please consider sponsoring a tee sign or donating an auction/raffle item for the tournament.  The WHA fully funds the Wayland boys’ and the Wayland/Weston girls’ high school varsity and middle school hockey teams. The tournament is our biggest fundraiser and helps to keep Wayland’s hockey players on the ice!

For more information and/or to register or sponsor/donate to the tournament, please go to or contact Jennifer Bonner at Thanks in advance for your support!

Wayland Boosters Apparel Sale and Annual Appeal

Boosters Apparel Sale at Back-to-School Night at WHS on Thursday, September 28

Don’t miss out on Wayland gear and apparel for the new school year at Back-to-School night at Wayland High School on Thursday, September 28th in the library from 6:30-9pm.

Annual Appeal is On! 

If you haven’t already, please consider making a donation to the Wayland Boosters this year.  The Boosters general fund covers costs for the high school sports teams and initiatives that are outside of the athletics department’s budget.  It is our goal to improve the access to, performance and safety of these teams through grants made possible by the donations from families and local businesses. Please go to to make a tax-deductible donation and thank you. The student-athletes of Wayland appreciate your support!