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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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WCPA Story and Service Event

In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, the WCPA and the Wayland Library are partnering with One Mission to collect donations and package gifts …

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Happy 101st birthday to Jean Pratt

Wayland Town Crier 8/17/19 Happy 101st Birthday to Jean Pratt.  Warmest congratulations to Jean Bates Pratt who just turned 101 in Wayland where she…

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News and Events from the Wayland Library, August 16, 2019


Whistleblower Wednesdays: A Film Series. The drama, the subterfuge, the moral dilemma….This summer, enjoy classic and modern movi…

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Wayland Citizens Police Academy, October 1 - November 19

The Wayland Police Citizens Academy will offer an eight-week program with information and instruction designed to provide the public with knowledge …

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Music Exchange Listening Room @the W Gallery

at 57 Andrew Ave every second and fourth Tuesday of the month. Doors open at 7:30pm.  Coffee, teas, non-alcoholic drinks, food provided.

An Open Mics…

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Join WHS PTO on Facebook!

Wayland High School PTO, (formerly WHSPO) is now on Facebook at Follow us to receive relevant and timely announcements that you don’t have to seek out or sift through! We promote communication and cooperation between parents, teachers, staff and the administration of WHS. All families of students attending Wayland High School are members

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4th Annual Jack’s Abby/United Way 5K, October 12

Craft Brewer Jack’s Abby has partnered once again with the United Way to host the Jack’s Abby/United Way 5K to support local community programs. The race begins and ends at the brewery (100 Clinton St.), starting at 10am and the $30 registration fee includes a cozy long-sleeve t-shirt and one complimentary lager after the 3.1-mile

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Community Meeting on the Draft Select Board/Town Manager Act for the Town of Wayland.  

The community is invited to attend the final remaining small group meeting to discuss the Draft Select Board/Town Manager Act. A member of the Board of Selectmen will be on hand to make a presentation on the draft act and ask for feedback from the public. The last of the scheduled meetings will be

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Wayland Resident Journeys to Lebanon for Save the Children

Wayland Patch 8/5/19: Wayland Resident and Member of Save the Children’s Boston Leadership Council Journeys to Lebanon. Recently, Save the Children’s Boston Leadership Council member Sejal Srinivasan of Wayland travelled to Lebanon along with Joe Ramrath, Paige Hornor, Mahsa Khanbabai and Zoher Ghogawala to witness first-hand the challenges faced by Syrian refugees. The

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Alternative Jewish Education Program Summer Open House

Looking for an alternative Jewish learning program for your child(ren)? Ma’yan Tikvah – A Wellspring of Hope is holding a summer Open House for Y’ladim BaTeva, on August 28th at 6:30pm. All are welcome to learn more about this outdoor, alternative Jewish learning, and bar/bat mitzvah educational program, as Rabbi Katy Allen leads a sample

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Wayland dad and daughter guiding forces on ukulele club

Wayland Town Crier 8/2/19: Wayland dad and daughter guiding forces on ukulele club. Outside the Sunrise of Wayland assisted living center Tuesday evening, members of the Wayland Ukulele Club gathered in the parking lot, armed with ukuleles and music stands. Standing in a semi-circle, they broke into a rendition of “Sweet Caroline,” by Neil

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Wayland’s Larry Orloff brings library books to the homebound

Wayland Town Crier 7/24/19: Wayland’s Larry Orloff brings library books to the homebound. Every two weeks Gloria Karas receives a surprise delivered right to her door. The reading enthusiast eagerly anticipates Larry Orloff’s arrival on her front steps as he drops off the latest mix of mysteries and courtroom dramas picked just for her

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