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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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News and Events from the Wayland Library, January 19, 2018

ADULT PROGRAMS 

Carl Hobert: How Rwanda Saved My Life. Wayland resident Hobert had been working for years to help the government of Rwanda with …

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Wayland High School Late Night 2019 seeks support

Wayland High School Late Night 2019
Help support a safe, fun night for our students!

Saturday, May 18 will be an exciting day for Wayland High School…

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dinner and Program: "A Tribute to Aretha Franklin", January 25

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dinner and Program: “A Tribute to Aretha Franklin”
Wayland Middle School
Friday, January 25, 6:00 pm – 8:45 pm
Dinner at 6:…

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2019 Wayland World's Fair, Saturday, January 26 at Loker School

Saturday, January 26, 1-3pm. Come experience cultures from six different continents. Sample tasty food, take part in family-friendly activities, and…

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Golden Tones chorus marks its 30th anniversary

Metrowest Daily News 1/10/19: Golden Tones chorus marks its 30th anniversary. For 30 years, the Golden Tones chorus has delivered sweet sounds to audi…

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ESOL Tutor Training

Becoming 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,

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Fire Chief David Houghton to retire June 30

Wayland Town Crier 1/21/19: Fire Chief David Houghton to retire June 30. Fire Chief David Houghton’s last day on the job will be June 30. “It’s time to go,” Houghton said of his decision to retire after 38 years with the department, the past four as chief. Houghton, 56, informed Town Administrator Louise Miller

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Vokes Players Announce its Production of Peter and the Starcatcher

The Vokes Players of Wayland present Peter and the Starcatcher, directed by Katie Swimm. Performances will be held at Beatrice Herford’s Vokes Theatre, Route 20 in Wayland, MA from February 21st through March 9th , Thursday-Saturday evenings at 8pm with a 2pm matinee on Saturdays, March 2 and 9. For tickets and information call

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Costs estimates jump (again) for Wayland field projects

Wayland Town Crier 1/18/19: Costs estimates jump (again) for Wayland field projects. Taxpayers could be on the hook for about $1.7 million due to estimated cost increases in the athletic renovation project at the high school and construction of a turf field at the Loker Conservation and Recreation Area.

Owl hit by car in Wayland, returned to the wild

Wayland Town Crier 1/17/19: Owl hit by car in Wayland, returned to the wild. A local resident rescued a barred owl on Tuesday after a car hit the bird, and on Thursday she had pleasant privilege of setting it free. “It’s always joyous to return them to the wild,” said Alison Webber, of Wayland,

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Parents demand answers after resignation of METCO director

Metrowest Daily News 1/18/19: Parents demand answers after resignation of METCO director. Parents and alumni packed Thursday’s School Committee meeting, seeking answers as to why the district’s METCO director is stepping down after 19 years on the job. Superintendent Arthur Unobskey on Wednesday sent an email to parents and staff that Mabel Reid-Wallace had

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Seven Wayland HS Students Display Artwork In Boston

Wayland Patch 1/17/19: Seven Wayland HS Students Display Artwork In Boston. Students from Wayland High School under the direction of art teachers, Véronique Latimer and Amy O’Connell are representing the town in the Massachusetts Emerging Artists juried exhibit at the State Transportation Building.

Summer Dresses, a painting by Anika Reichelt Unspoken Prayers, a painting by Shuyu Zhang Innsbruck, Austria by Bec Patsenker Drawing by John Silberman Drawing by Gabriella Fargnoli Sculpture by Duncan Burnside Painting by Renee Case