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Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable

Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization of men and women incorporated in 1999. The goal of the Roundtable is to raise awareness about the issue of domestic violence through community education and networking and to improve the coordination between public and private services for victims and families touched by domestic violence.

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Winter College A Cappella Concert, February 1

Please join us this year to help support all the arts at Wayland High School!

The One and Only Winter College A Cappella Concert
Saturday, February 1…

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Wayland to Celebrate Lunar New Year, Sunday February 9

Chinese culture will be on display in Wayland in February as dancers, singers, and drummers come together to celebrate the Lunar New Year, the Year of…

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Viola and Piano Recital, January 31

Friday January 31, 2020 at 8:00 pm
Wayland High School
Ashleigh Gordon, viola
Joy Cline Phinney, piano

Seeking Sanctuary
Florence Price: Night

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Domestic Violence Roundtable Collects Valentine Donations for Families in Shelter

Each February, the Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable collects items for Valentine’s Day and fills gift bags for women, men and chil…

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Missing Cat: Lena is missing from Dairy Farm Lane

Lena was last seen on Thursday, December 19 at her home on Dairy Farm Lane (off Pine Brook Rd, near Old Connecticut Path)  She is a calico, and is rou…

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Mosaic Tapestry with Amy Marks

Class name: Mosaic Tapestry with Amy Marks Where: the W Gallery When: 3/28 from 12-6 pm Cost: $85 plus $25 materials fee

In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn how to combine simple and complex patterns to create

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Printmaking: Drypoint Techniques with Ethan Rice

Cost: $150 plus $25 materials fee Dates: Four Wednesdays from 1-4 pm beginning 3/4 and ending 3/25 Register online here

In this innovative class taught by printmaker Ethan Rice, you will be exposed to the intaglio printmaking process of drypoint and learn how to print from the bottom of an incision which is

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Hidden Gem Outdoor Shabbat Service

Enjoy a brisk outdoor walk and late winter’s beauty at this Shabbat service lead by Rabbi Katy and Gabi Mezger both of Ma’yan Tikvah – A Wellspring of Hope. All ages are welcome as the service connects attendees to nature through song, prayers, meditation and passage from the Torah.

Note: if the weather is

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Lunar New Year Block Printing Workshop

Join printmaker, Mei-Ling Ellerman, to learn to design, draw, carve, and print your own beautiful Lunar New Year work of art! Great gift idea!

Choose your workshop date: Jan 23rd , or Jan 26th, or Feb 2nd. Time: 1pm to 4:30pm

Fee: $50 for 3.5 hours of instruction (plus $20 for materials paid

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Overnight Traffic Change for Route 20 Westbound from January to April 2020

From 9pm to 5am Sunday to Thursday nights, traffic will be detoured from Route 20 westbound onto Old Sudbury Rd (Route 27) and then to River Rd. Local traffic only posting (westbound) at the intersection of Route 20 and 27. Road closed posting (westbound) at Andrews Avenue.


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Wayland-based foundation awards $10K to MetroWest social services

Wayland Town Crier 1/18/20: Wayland-based foundation awards $10K to MetroWest social services. Wayland-based Parmenter Foundation ( awarded a $10,000 grant to continue its support of the innovative Behavioral Health Partners MetroWest (BHPMW). The organization opened in 2017 as a new initiative comprised of partners from four leading social service and behavioral health agencies, including

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Become a Tutor of English

Have you ever thought about tutoring someone in English? Most people who decide to become tutors are thinking of the good it can do, helping others become more proficient in English and better able to cope with employment, landlords, schools or the medical profession. But then they discover the rewards, the satisfaction that comes

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