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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, February 15, 2019

ADULT PROGRAMS

Wayland Reads: Live From Cairo. Every other year, Wayland Reads offers one book for the whole town to read to foster community thro…

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March 7 at 7pm, Parent Information Exchange on Vaping

Attention All Community Members: Special meeting about Vaping, Don’t miss it!  
Thursday, March 7 ~ 7-8:30 p.m.
WHS Lecture Hall

Please do not mi…

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Call for Nominations 2019 Lydia Maria Child Award

The Wayland Public Ceremonies Committee has traditionally brought to the Town’s Annual Meeting, makes the announcement of the names of citizens and/or…

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Protecting Our Immigrant Neighbors - A Conversation with Legislators

On February 26 at 7 p.m., First Parish in Wayland (225 Boston Post Rd.) will host a discussion on immigration with four local legislators: Sen. Jamie …

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Town Meeting article text posted

Town of Wayland 1/28/19: Text of 2019 Annual Town Meeting articles is online here.

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Wayland holds off Duxbury to capture Division 2 crown

Boston Globe 2/16/19: Wayland holds off Duxbury to capture Division 2 crown. For the Wayland girls’ swimming team, it was worth the wait. The Warriors captured the Division 2 state title — their first since 2014 — at Boston University on Saturday. In a neck-and-neck race with two-time defending champ Duxbury, the Warriors had

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Wayland Buzz Spotlight on: The Rising Cost of the High School Athletic Complex

The cost of the High School Athletic Complex has doubled from $3.7 million when it was first brought to Town Meeting in November 2017 to $7.7 million today, a mere 16 months later. How did this happen? And do we really need all that has been proposed? Our guest this week is Jeanne Downs, chair

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Developer appeals ZBA ruling on affordable-housing project

Metrowest Daily News 2/15/19: Developer appeals ZBA ruling on affordable-housing project. The developer of a proposed 60-unit affordable housing project on Boston Post Road has appealed to the state, saying the local Zoning Board of Appeals’ recent approval of his development comes with too many conditions.

Dr. Hallowell From Disorder to Trait: Getting the Best Out of ADHD

March 6, 2019 7pm at the Wayland High School Lecture Room

Edward Hallowell, M.D., considered the Godfather of ADHD, is recognized not only as one of the foremost experts on ADHD, but also for his expertise on a wide range of psychological, psychiatric and social topics relevant to educators, parents, couples, children, doctors, managers and

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Junior Golf Camps at Sandy Burr this summer

June 24th – August 19th (8 Sessions) Ages 6 – 15 at Sandy Burr Country Club

Registration is now OPEN for weekly Junior Golf Camps at Sandy Burr Country Club in Wayland. The Junior Golf Camp specializes in the development of young golfers. All camps are conducted by our PGA Professionals: Brian Golden and Charles

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Wayland teen to perform at national piano competition next month

Wayland Town Crier 2/14/19: Wayland teen to perform at national piano competition next month. Kyle Chen closed his eyes and slowly swayed his head and torso as his fingers smoothly moved across the keys of the shiny, black Steinway piano. He was in a zone, and he likes it that way. Chen, a 17-year-old

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Register Today for Wayland Recreation’s Spring and Summer Programs

Looking for something fun and exciting to do this spring and summer? Wayland Recreation has you covered. We have spring and summer programs for Pre-K, youth, teens, and adults. From sports and fitness to arts and science, we have something for EVERYONE! Learn more and register at www.waylandrec.com.

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