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Next Wailin’ Wednesday Concert Series: Wednesday, July 19 with Low Priority

Please join us for the 2017 Wailin’ Wednesdays Concert Series at the Wayland Town Center, Wednesday, July 19, 5:30pm.

The businesses of the Wayland Town Center are proud to once again present Wailin’ Wednesdays, a family-friendly summer concert series at the Wayland Town Center East Green, featuring live music, a variety of activities, giveaways, and tasty food samplings.

Wednesday, July 19 – Low Priority: Boston-based rock cover band playing all of the rock songs you know and songs that make you want to dance.

The events are all free and open to the public. The East Green is located in the Wayland Town Center on the grass outside of Sperry’s.  Bring a lawn chair or blanket, relax and enjoy a nice night outside with your friends and family. Last year’s events drew a large gathering within our community. Let’s keep the momentum going—join us again this year. The Town Center business owners would like to thank National Development for their financial support of Wailin’ Wednesdays. For more information visit www.facebook.com/waylandtowncenter

Knee Slapping, Toes Tapping – Comedy & Jazz Coming to Wayland

The Friends of the Wayland Council On Aging is sponsoring a fundraiser featuring nationally known Social and Political Humorist Jimmy Tingle and the Shane Wood Jazz Trio, Saturday, September 23, 2017, 7:30pm at Sandy Burr Country Club. In addition to hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar, there will be a fabulous dessert buffet. All proceeds benefit the Wayland Council on Aging. Tickets are $75 and can be purchased online here, The Village Bank or The Wayland Council on Aging. Tables of four can be reserved if 4 tickets are purchased at the same time. The Friends of the Wayland Council On Aging is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Jazz and Comedy Club, September 23

♫ What are you doing New Year’s, New Year’s Eve?  No, no, that isn’t right.  What are you doing on Saturday evening, September 23?  You don’t know?  Well, do we have something special for you!

Nationally known social and political comedian Jimmy Tingle and the Shane Wood Jazz Trio will be playing at Sandy Burr Country Club on September 23rd at 7:30pm, sponsored by the Friends of the Wayland Council on Aging.  No, there won’t be lobster but there will be fun and laughter, good times with friends, smooth music to get you moving, a live auction, and hors d’oeuvres and dessert.

Tickets for this festive fundraiser are $75 per person and will be available at the Village Bank, the Council on Aging, and soon online.  So put the date into your calendar and then have a nice summer

Dudley Pond Ice Cream Social, June 11

Dudley Pond Association presents Cool Times for the Summer, Sunday, June 11, 2-4pm at Mansion Beach. Come to Mansion Beach and make yourself an ice cream sundae and see a fire-juggling demonstration. A fun afternoon at the beach, and it’s on the Dudley Pond Association. There’s no charge for anything at this event. However, they will grateful for any donations, as well as new or renewed DPA memberships.

Contact the Dudley Pond Association website for full details.

Family Day at Trinitarian Congregational Church (TCC) in Wayland, Free and Fun for all!

Please join us for Family Day on Sunday, June 25, from 2P-5P. Family Day activities are geared to families with children, preschool – grade 5, but ALL are welcome to attend. This FREE event will feature live music, a BBQ, face painting, a bouncy house, inflatable obstacle course, lawn games, silent auction and arts and crafts. Invite your friends and neighbors and come enjoy this fun family time! This event will be held rain or shine.

Trinitarian Congregational Church is located at 53 Cochituate Rd in Wayland. For more information on any of our offerings, see our website: www.tccwayland.org or call 508-358-7717.

Join Sudbury Valley Trustees for Trail Fest, Saturday, June 10

Join Sudbury Valley Trustees for Trail Fest, an annual celebration of local trails on Saturday, June 10 in rural Northwest Framingham. After guided walks across idyllic conservation land, walkers will enjoy a cookout and festival featuring live music from the Milltown Rounders, a baby animal petting zoo, and fun for all ages. The day begins at the Framingham Friends Meetinghouse on Edmands Road in Framingham with Earthsong Yoga  leading warmup stretches. Choose from 10K, 6K, and family-friendly 3K guided morning walks exploring the beautiful landscape, and return at noon to enjoy the food and festivities. Special thanks to generous Trail Fest Sponsors TD Bank, The Longfellow Clubs, CFP CrossFit Prototype, IMA Integrated Martial Arts Prototype, and Whole Foods Market, Framingham. Fee is $5 per person/$10 per family for SVT members; $10 per person/$25 per family for non-members. Registration is required by June 8 for planning purposes. For details and to register, visit www.svtweb.org/trailfest

The Thoreau You Never Knew: Boatman and Science Activist

The Thoreau You Never Knew: Boatman and Science Activist

Join OARS for a  presentation by Robert Thorson, author of The Boatman, on Thursday, June 1 from 7-9pm at the Concord-Carlisle High School auditorium.

The watershed of the Assabet, Sudbury, and Concord Rivers was the largest and most wondrous thing in Thoreau’s life: a “vast amphitheater rising to its rim in the horizon,” a “seemingly concave circle of earth, in the midst of which I was born and dwell.” The epicenter of that landscape was the triple point at Egg Rock where these three streams touch. Though these claims are crystal clear from his life’s work, the Journal, it has been Walden, his literary masterpiece, that has defined our image of him.

The Boatman: Henry David Thoreau’s River Years (Harvard, 2017) explores this new perspective, prioritizes Thoreau’s lifelong love of his rivers, shares what he learned about them, and explains why his 19th-century understandings are critical for managing our rivers of today.  This illustrated presentation and reading by the author will be followed by a book sale and signing to benefit OARS.

The evening will begin with a short business meeting. Light refreshments will be served. This event is free and open to the public. Details at www.oars3rivers.org.