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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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Rivers Between Album Release Party, Sunday, July 21

Date/Time: Sunday, July 21, 3pm to 6pm Tickets: $10 (available online here).
Location: @theW Gallery, 57 Andrew Avenue, Wayland, MA 01778

Come join us for an afternoon of music with a unique group of creative musicians. Rivers Between is a Boston-area Indie Folk duo comprised of singer-songwriter Greg Kane and vocalist Kat Brooks. Greg’s soulful compositions, engaging folk style guitar, and unique voice coupled with Kat’s beautifully inventive harmonies, makes them a local favorite, making their mark on the music scene in and around Boston. Like a confluence of two rivers, Greg and Kat came together as solo artists who found that the combination of their talents was greater than the sum of its individual parts.

Shabbat on the Beach

Congregation B’Nai Torah, of Sudbury, invites the community to Friday night “Shabbat on the Beach,” on July 12 and 26 and August 9 and 23, at the Wayland Town Beach, 25 Parkland Drive, Wayland. All services take place at 6:30 p.m.

Led by Rabbi Lisa Eiduson, with cantorial soloist Jodi Blankstein and guitarist Adam Dehner, Shabbat on the Beach is open to the entire community.

Bring your beach chairs and a picnic dinner and B’nai Torah will provide the makings for s’mores! In case of inclement weather, services will be held at B’nai Torah, 225 Boston Post Road, Sudbury. See bnaitorah.com.

Bobolink Walk at Cow Common

Join SVT and the Wayland Conservation Commission on Thursday, July 11, 7am-9am for a morning bird walk along the fields and trails of Wayland’s Cow Common Conservation Area. With its large fields adjacent to Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, this beautiful spot is host to nesting bobolinks. This charismatic little bird’s population has been declining as areas like this have been disappearing. We’ll discuss conservation and management efforts to protect these birds and also look for other species that call Cow Common home. No dogs, please. Registration required at www.svtweb.org/calendar

Wailin’ Wednesdays at Wayland Town Center this summer

The businesses of the Wayland Town Center along with National Development are proud to once again present Wailin’ Wednesdays, a family-friendly summer concert series which kicks off on Wednesday, June 19th from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at the Wayland Town Center East Green. The events are all free and open to the public.

The concert series will feature live music, a variety of activities including balloon and air brush tattoo artists, giveaways, and tasty food samplings courtesy of the Wayland Town Center businesses. David Larson, owner of Joint Ventures Physical Therapy and Fitness, has taken the lead on event planning and is coordinating with all of the Town Center businesses to create fun, family-friendly activities at each event with food and games for all.

“It’s becoming a tradition to bring live music from local musicians to the Wayland Town Center for people to enjoy on a summer night. We’re excited about this year’s concert lineup and look forward to a large community gathering on the East Green” said Larson.

The 2019 lineup includes:

  • Wednesday, June 19 – Low Priority. Boston-based rock cover band playing all of the rock songs you know and songs that make you want to dance.
  • Wednesday, August 28 – The Missy Maxfield Project.  A five-member cover band based in MetroWest featuring music ranging from the 60s to present.

Join the fun on the grass of the Wayland Town Center East Green just outside of Sperry’s. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and relax and enjoy an evening outside with your friends and family. Don’t miss this music-filled summer night of fun!

Come Enjoy Outdoor Summer Concert Series

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It’s time for the 8th annual Community Concert Series in the Town Building Courtyard on Thursday evenings, 7 – 8 p.m., from Thursday, June 13 through Thursday, July 18 (no concert Thursday, July 4). Come enjoy a summer evening and fun music with friends and neighbors. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. (Concerts will be in the Large Hearing Room in uncooperative weather.)

Kicking off the series on June 13 will be Studio Two, a Beatles tribute band. June 20 features the Daybreakers playing rock & roll. On June 27 the Club Soda Band will play top 40s, and on July 11 our own Sudbury Valley New Horizons Band will present a wide range of audience favorites. Wrapping up the series on July 18 will the The Standards, playing oldies and rock.

Sponsored by the Council on Aging, this Community Concert Series is an opportunity to bring the generations together at a feel-good community event. The COA is very grateful to the series’ sponsors: Alkon & Levine, P.C., CPA; Avenu at Natick; Bret Leifer, Professional Numismatist; Traditions of Wayland; The Village Bank; Joanne Berry, Coldwell Banker of Weston; and Middlesex Savings Bank.

Plan to join the fun!

 

Wayland High School Movie Festival, May 17

Please join us for the 9th Annual WHS Movie Festival on Friday May 17th at 6pm.  Tickets: $10 for adults, $5 for students, $1 for WHS Seniors. Free for movie festival judges

Hosted by Brian Carmichael

6:00 PM: Red Carpet Entrance

6:10 PM: Movie Festival Special Announcements

6:20 PM: Movie Screenings

7:55 PM: Intermission

8:15 PM: Awards Ceremony

If you’d like to watch any of the movies made in previous years, you can see them at www.waycam.tv/scripttoscreen. To see movies that have won international awards, visit www.waycam.tv/awards

This year, the Honors Script to Screen class produced three films, all directed by female directors; Amelia Brodney, Elizabeth Francis, and Erin Hines. This is the first time that all of the movies produced in class have been directed by female students! The other two films produced by Mae Zhang, and Jack Gaddis and Tucker Jones were done through independent studies.

Intermission will have free pizza and chicken fingers. The chicken fingers were generously donated by The Villa. We are once again grateful for their support of the movie festival!

We hope you’re able to join us, all of the students have worked hard all school year and are excited to show you their work!

Wayland Father-Daughter Dance, June 8

Wayland Father-Daughter Dance
Saturday, June 8, 3:30-5pm in the Claypit Elementary School Gym

Put on your party clothes and get ready to boogie! Join fellow Wayland families for the first annual Father-Daughter Dance hosted by the Wayland Children and Parents Association. The evening will be filled with music, dancing, and crafts. Don’t miss this adorable event!

Open to girls ages 3-6 (or preschool through 1st grade) and their dads, or grandfathers or uncles. Snacks & refreshments will be served.

Wayland photographer Karen Kelly to capture the event!
Sponsored by the Goddard School of Wayland & Weston.

Admission is $15 per family (dad & daughters)
RSVP at https://waylandwcpa.org/event-3396120