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Non-Profit Spotlight:
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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Take the COA Community Survey – For All Ages!

The Council on Aging community survey seeks to identify residents’ needs and concerns as they or a loved one thinks about growing older. Whether you are GenX or a Baby Boomer or one of the Greatest Generation, we want to hear from you. Are you or a family member thinking about how or whether you will stay in your home when your needs change? What about transportation? We want to know your questions and concerns. This is part of our year-long Aging in Wayland initiative. Click here for the online survey; paper copies are also available at the COA, or call 508-358-2990. Please let us hear from you!

Come to the “Aging in Wayland” Vendor Expo! Wed. April 17, 2:30 – 6pm, Wayland High School Commons

How can technology help seniors live more safely at home? What are some transportation options for non-drivers? What services can provide support at home? Is home renovation or moving the best choice?

Bring your questions to our Aging in Wayland Vendor Expo, where you can explore the products and services of more than 30 vendors who can help support community members as they grow older. Aging in Wayland is the Council on Aging’s year-long initiative to help people think about and plan for the future.

Best Buy and other technology vendors will demonstrate smart-home devices that support safety and facilitate easy communication with family and friends.

In-home service providers will include organizations focusing on health and wellness, nutrition, down-sizing, and move management. Representatives from co-housing groups and legal services will also be there.

Whether you are looking ahead toward your own “golden years,” or helping a family member or friend, you’ll find lots to learn and think about at the Expo, and plenty of materials to bring home to read and follow up on.

Enjoy live music and light refreshments while you explore the resources available. And don’t miss our top-of-the-hour free raffles. Join us for a fun and fact-filled look at Aging in Wayland!


“Wayland City Limits” at Sandy Burr Country Club March 23

“Wayland City Limits”, comprised of many local musicians, returns to the ballroom at Sandy Burr Country Club on Saturday, March 23rd for their third musical fundraiser bash.

Join your friends of all ages and dance to rock, blues, funk, and more!

Ticket sales will benefit Wayland Council on Aging, and help to provide programs and outreach services to and on behalf of seniors to enhance quality of life and promote independent living.
It’s sure to be a fun night of community and music.
Advance Sale Tickets are available online for $20. at and $25 at the door.
Doors open at 7:30. Expanded cash bar available.

Songbirds of the Northeast

Thursday, March 21, 1:30 p.m., at the Council on Aging. Naturalist John Root will explore the role of song in birds’ lives, using both photographs and recordings of our region’s songbirds. Why DO birds sing? Come find out! He will also talk about songbirds’ diets, social behavior and other adaptations for survival, and how to make an attractive habitat for songbirds. Please call 508-358-2990 to reserve a spot. (Thanks to the Wayland Cultural Council for supporting this program.)

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at COA Irish Coffee House

Wed. March 13, 1:30 – 3:00 pm, Large Hearing Room, Town Building. Enjoy your favorite Irish tunes and American standards with Boston’s premier Irish show band, The Black Velvet Band. Irish stepdancers from the Innishfree School of Irish Dancing will be back by popular demand to perform. Sip on mock Irish coffee or other drinks from our hot and cold beverage bar, and enjoy light snacks. The music starts at 1:30, but come at 1:00 for fun and simple line-dancing lessons you can put to good use when the music starts! Call the Council on Aging at 508-358-2990 to reserve your seat. Cost: $5.00

Picasso: An Art Matters Presentation

On Wed., Feb. 27 at 1:30 p.m. in the Town Building’s Large Hearing Room, join us for an Art Matters Gallery Presentation on Picasso. Whether you swear by him or at him, Picasso was undeniably the most successful and influential artist of the 20th century. He made more than 50,000 works of art in so many different styles that nearly everyone viewing his work says at some point, “I didn’t know Picasso did that!” Join us for a look at, and discussion about, the many styles and stories of this giant of modern art. Please call the COA at 508-358-2990 to reserve a seat. No charge. This program is generously funded by a grant from the Friends of the Wayland COA.

Valentine’s Day Tea and Theater

The Delvena Theater Group presents W.C. Fields and Mae West at the Council on Aging’s Valentine’s Day Afternoon Tea and Theater, Thurs. Feb. 14, 1:30 p.m. in the Town Building’s Large Hearing Room. Come visit with W.C. Fields and Mae West in a dressing room on the set of their 1940 production “My Little Chickadee.” The two actors will bring their lively characters to life while you laugh as audiences did way back when. Join the fun by calling the COA at 508-358-2990 to reserve a seat. Cost: $5.00. Tea and refreshments served at 1:30, show starts at 1:45.