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Favorite Spaces – Memorable Places

April 30, 2017 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Wayland Town Building
41 Cochituate Rd
Wayland, MA 01778
Favorite Spaces - Memorable Places @ Wayland Town Building | Wayland | Massachusetts | United States
Celebrating Wayland Photographers Past & Present
Favorite Spaces – Memorable Places will be rescheduled to April 30th, 2-4 at the Council of Aging space in the Wayland Town Building (was originally scheduled for Sunday, February 12, but postponed due to snowstorm)
The Historical Society and the Council on Aging solicited photographs of favorite places in Wayland – riverbanks, fields, schoolyards, Russell’s, and many more. These photos, and those who took them, are ready for sharing and conversation. In addition, Jane Sciacca will talk about four special Wayland photographers of the 19th/early 20th centuries and show an extensive selection of their photographs from the Wayland Museum collection.  Josiah Johnson Hawes was born at the Noyes-Parris House; John A. heard was born at the Grout-Heard House Museum; Alfred Wayland Cutting lived in the Lydia Maria Child House on Old Sudbury Road; and Wallace Folsom lived at the corner of Bow and Old Sudbury Road. All these houses are still standing today.
Come see if your favorite places are represented – either in the past or the present. Then, enjoy the Friends of the Library Book Sale in the large hearing room. Refreshments will be served.

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