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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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Wayland-Weston Cheer clinic, Thursday, June 29

Wayland Weston Cheer Clinic , Thursday, June 29, 6:30-7:30pm at Wayland High School.

Come try our cheer program for an hour of fun, learning new skills and learning a short routine. Catered to grades K – 8th. This event is free and for all boys and girls who

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Wayland Firefighters Receive Life-saving Gift of Pet Oxygen Masks

Wayland Patch 6/20/17: Wayland Firefighters Receive Life-saving Gift of Pet Oxygen Masks. The Wayland Fire Department has received a donation of three sets of specially designed pet oxygen masks from at-home pet services provider Canine Company. Company CEO Jennifer Hill personally visited the fire department Tuesday to deliver the life-saving masks to Wayland

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Wayland School Community Programs’ Summer Programs at Wayland High School

From a summer strings program to journalism and computer science programs, Wayland Public School students have several summertime options to delve into an area of interest.

Complete information and registration forms are available online here.

Here are brief descriptions of the four programs:

Game Designing with Processing (June 26 – 30)


Wayland student wins 2nd place in SIFMA Foundation’s InvestWrite competition

Wayland Town Crier 6/19/17: Wayland student wins 2nd place in SIFMA Foundation’s InvestWrite competition. Sam Tilley, a junior at Wayland High School, is a national winner of the SIFMA Foundation’s InvestWrite competition. Tilley was named the second-place high school winner for Fall 2016.

Neighborhood story: Wayland’s Dudley Pond

Metrowest Daily News 6/19/17: Neighborhood story: Wayland’s Dudley Pond. Waterfront views are never far away along the narrow, windy roads that lead past former summer cottages around Dudley Pond. The pond is a center of activity for the neighborhood. People fish, take pontoon boats on excursions, exercise by paddling canoes and kayaks and enjoy

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Wayland Buzz Spotlight on the Energy and Climate Committee

Originally created by the Selectmen in 2009 as the Energy Initiatives Advisory Committee, it was charged with advising the town on energy and energy-related programs and grants. The new Energy and Climate Committee’s role is to advise on all issues related to reducing energy use and mitigating climate risks. We’ll talk with Co-Chair Ellen

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Campout brings dads, kids together

Metrowest Daily News 6/19/17: Campout brings dads, kids together. As a bass trombonist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, James Markey is often working on weekends. But for Father’s Day weekend, Markey enjoyed some quality outdoor time with his children – Jamie, 9, Thomas, 5, and Eleanor, 12. The Markeys were among about 200 fathers

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