Renewal is an instance of resuming an activity or state after an interruption and the repair of something that is worn out, run-down, or broken.
After more than a year of coping with the pandemic and intermittent shut-ins, we are beginning to reach out to friends and family and to resume some of our daily activities with greater protection and safety, as vaccines become available and the number of Covid cases decline. As spring flowers begin to blossom and the weather beckons us outdoors again, our emotional, creative, and spiritual energies can be renewed as well.
We invite all artists to submit 2D and 3D artworks that speak to the theme of “Renewal” for our spring juried exhibit. All information is also available on the W Gallery website
Jury: The entries will be juried by a committee made up of Arts Wayland member-artists.
Artwork: All 2D and 3D artwork (except video) may be submitted. Each artist can submit up to 3 works. For 2D works, the maximum size is a 216” perimeter, including the frame. Submitted artworks must be recent (within the past five years). All work must be available for sale; the gallery retains a 20% commission.
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Entry submission fees (entry does not guarantee acceptance):
- For Arts Wayland members: $15 for one image, $20 for two images, $25 for three images.
- For non-members: $25 for one image, $30 for two images, $35 for three images.
- 1st Place – $200
- 2nd Place – $100
- 3rd Place – $50
Awards will be announced at a virtual reception, on a date TBD.
- Exhibit Dates: June 1-26 (both in The W Gallery and on the website).
- Submission deadline: May 1.
- Notification of acceptance: May 15 (via email).
- Artwork drop-off (at The W Gallery): May 29 (1-5 PM) and May 30 (11 AM-5 PM).
- Artwork pick-up (at The W Gallery): June 27 (11-5 PM).
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Join Ms. Carly for a live online storytime.
The event will take place on the Wayland Library Facebook Page.
Children and their caregivers will listen to stories, sing songs, and perform fun rhymes and movements.
For babies through preschool age children, with caregivers.
Whether you are a novice or experienced knitter, join us on Zoom as we stitch together a community of knitters. Knit your own projects, or help us knit mittens, scarves, hats and other winter essentials for children who need them. The Knitting Connection in Medford has been collecting and donating knitted goods for many years. We can provide you with donated yarn and needles, and we can collect your knitted goods and make sure they get to a child who needs them. Sign up by contacting the COA at 508-358-2990 or firstname.lastname@example.org. And let us know if you’d like a Knit Kit with yarn, needles, and patterns. We will arrange for delivery.
Join us in the kitchen to make a recipe that is good for you. Who doesn’t like Chocolate and Fruit?
Combine fruit with chocolate and seeds & you have a delicious treat! We will learn about seeds and make a virtual visit to a local farm.
Participants will be sent a recipe with a list of ingredients and recommended kitchen utensils in advance of the workshop.
This workshop is led by Kids Cooking Green. For kids ages 3-6 with an adult.
This event is funded in part through The Mind in the Making Grant, federal funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services as administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.
How many people out of 1000 are ambidextrous? What woman was the world’s youngest figure skating champion? Join us for Trivia Time and find out! Sign up and we’ll send you a 30-question, multiple-choice, general knowledge trivia challenge created by Wayland’s own Don Ward, or just click here. Don will join us on Zoom to reveal and review the answers. Sign up by contacting the COA at email@example.com or 508-358-2990.
On Zoom or by phone. Catch up with friends or make new ones in this informal conversation group. Bring your cup of coffee or tea, your handcraft or needlework, your pet cat in your lap…..and spend some time in the company of others. Contact the Council on Aging at 508-358-2990 or firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Join Ms. Pam for stories, songs, puppets, and activities through zoom. This interactive storytimes encourages language development, socialization and fun. Children are invited to bring a stuffed animal, craft project, or special object for show and tell. Ages 2.5 to 5 years. Please register here if you would like to join our Zoom storytime.
Questions? please contact Youth Services Librarian Pam McCuen at email@example.com
Jean Milburn and Roger Wiegand have created a habitat for many creatures in their Wayland yard. Join us on Earth Day to learn from them about the beautiful Eastern Bluebird: their preferred foods and habitats, and why they are beloved and important to our region. Roger will demonstrate how to build a bluebird house and Jean will describe how a hospitable habitat for butterflies also serves bluebirds. Hear about how they created a bird- and pollinator-friendly yard. Bring your questions! to sign up, contact the COA at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-358-2990.
What is the difference between a lizard and a snake and a crocodile and an alligator?
Can turtles really leave their shells like they do in the cartoons? Are snakes really slimy?
Learn more about our wonderful scaly friends and meet some reptile special guests.
Joy Marzolf from The Joys of Nature will lead this program. Please register here for the zoom link.