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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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Friends of the Wayland Library Spring Book and Bake Sale, May 4-5 (Friends Preview May 3)

Held in the Large Hearing Room, Town Building

  • Saturday, May 4, 10am-4pm
  • Sunday, May 5, 12-4pm
  • Members preview: Friday, May 3, 5-8pm

Memberships will be available for purchase at the sale starting Friday night at 4:30 p.m. Sale items include thousands of quality books for children and adults, DVDs, CDs and delicious baked goods.  All proceeds support Library programs and services.  

We would love your help at the sale!  Contact Carole Schneider (508-358-1012) or CSS11@comcast.net) to volunteer for setup, work during the sale, or baked goods donations.

Stray Animals of Asia Night Market

Fun, Asian Night Market filled with food, drink, and beautiful handmade crafts. All the proceeds go to helping our efforts to support the unwanted animals in Thailand, India and Myanmar!  May 19, 3-7pm in Wayland (details on eventbrite page linked below)

Millions of these stray dogs and cats and other animals need the basics – food, medical care, clean water, shelter. Too many of them roam the streets, starving, abused and tortured. The answer to avoid human animal conflict is to neuter them, vaccinate them and save them from being poisoned which is often their fate. The concept is called TNVR = Trap Neuter Vaccinate Release. By doing this, we avoid millions of unwanted and sick animals every year. Our dollars go very far in Asia – YOU can help me save them! Come, eat fun Asian cusine, drink, buy some beautiful handcrafted jewelry, textiles, art, antiques, Asian carpets, and SAVE LIVES ALL AT THE SAME TIME!!

Details online here

Wayland Youth Fishing Derby, April 27

April 27, 2019
Mill Pond, Wayland
8:00 AM to 10:00 AM

The Wayland Youth Fishing Derby is celebrating it’s 20th year this year. Wayland Youth Fishing Derby is open to Wayland kids up to grade 8.  No entry fee. Bring your own gear and bait The Pond is stocked with many trout including two “special fish”.

Coffee, donuts, hot cocoa and more. Raffle for adults and children. Ribbons for all children

All proceeds from the concession will be donated to Vernon Cancer Center, Newton Wellesley Hospital

Complete details at http://waylandfishingderby.com/

Sudbury Wine and Spirits Hosts Complimentary Wine and Beer Tasting for the Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable’s Shower for Shelters

The Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable cordially invites the public to a free wine and beer tasting to support its annual Shower for Shelters. The wine and beer tasting will be held at Sudbury Wine and Spirits, Rugged Bear Plaza, 410 Boston Post Road, Sudbury on Friday evening, April 26, 2019 at 7 PM. Light refreshments will also be provided by the Roundtable.

Please bring a new, unwrapped housewarming gift to the event. Families transitioning from shelters appreciate gifts of new household items to help them establish their new homes. These generous donations will be collected and given to the clients of Reach Beyond Domestic Violence, The Second Step, and Voices Against Violence. The donations will also benefit the transitional housing and shelter programs of these agencies.

Requested items include: twin size sheets and pillowcases, twin summer blankets, twin comforters, bed pillows, crib sheets, bath towels and face cloths, unscented cleaning products and laundry detergent, laundry baskets, kitchen utensils, flatware, dishes, drinking glasses, and small kitchen appliances. Gift cards are also welcome. For a complete list of requested items, please visit the Roundtable website at www.domesticviolenceroundtable.org.

This year’s event will also include a raffle. Raffle items include a gift basket of wine and more donated by Sudbury Wine and Spirits and a basket of coffee and more donated by Starbucks of Sudbury. Raffle tickets will be available for purchase at the event. Winners do not need to be present  at the drawing to win. Proceeds from the raffle will be used to purchase additional gift cards as part of the Shower for Shelters.

 

Wayland High School Late Night 2019

REGISTRATION OPEN and DONATIONS NEEDED

Help support a safe, fun night for our students! Saturday, May 18 will be an exciting day for Wayland High School students – it is the evening of the Junior Prom. For the 21st year, Wayland High School parents and the local business community will come together to fund and support “Late Night,” a fun, supervised event for our Prom-goers and their guests immediately following the Prom. Late Night is a free, after-Prom celebration organized and chaperoned by our High School parents, designed to provide a safe and substance-free environment where classmates can be together and celebrate on Prom Night. Late Night is 100% funded by our Wayland parents and the local business community. We keep this event FREE for the kids to make their attendance as easy as possible.

REGISTRATION is required for attendance at Late Night.  Please REGISTER for Late Night and DONATE at www.LateNightWHS.com.  All Juniors and their guests are encouraged to participate in this FREE event regardless if they attend prom.   WHS Juniors are responsible for informing their guests to register at LateNightWHS.com. We need your support so we can plan and secure the entertainment, food and activities to ensure a fun and successful event.  The cost to cover all of the event expenses is estimated to be $85 per person but we appreciate any amount that gets us closer to our fundraising goal.  Visit www.LateNightWHS.com to donate and for important Pre-Prom and Late Night information.  Feel free to contact Lana Murphy & Sandy O’Driscoll at LateNightWHS@gmail.com if you have any questions or would like to learn more. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/LateNightWHS.

Also, please consider helping with one of the many tasks involved in preparing for and running Pre-Prom and Late Night.  In addition to junior parent volunteers, it is a time-honored tradition that sophomore parents run Pre-Prom and chaperone Late Night so junior parents can enjoy this special day with their child.  Sophomore parents volunteer regardless if their sophomore sons/daughters are or are not attending the Prom/Late Night.   Please consider volunteering for a task on www.latenightwhs.com/volunteers.

Thank you for helping us keep our kids safe on prom night by making this the ONLY party in town!

Human Relations Service Fundraising Dinner, May 1

Please join in celebrating and supporting the important work of The Human Relations Service (HRS) by attending the 14th Annual Dinner and Auction on Wednesday, May 1st at Elm Bank in Wellesley, MA. Special recognition will be given to Executive Director Rob Evans who will be retiring after 45 years of dedicated service.

HRS is our community, non-profit mental health agency, serving children and families from Wayland, Weston and Wellesley. It provides a wide variety of clinical services, consultation to local schools, as well as education and support to parent and civic groups. HRS never denies a resident services because of their inability to pay and is an important safety net when a crisis strikes. The funds raised at this event help ensure that HRS can keep providing the highest quality care to those in need.

Enjoy an evening of delicious food, full bar, and fine wines. Taste some of the area’s best cuisine by visiting local celebrity chef stations. Sponsors include: Coach Grill, 110 Grill, Gustazo, Cafe Mangal, Bokx109, Captain Marden’s Seafood, Red Bird, Bocado Tapas Wine Bar, La Morra, Heritage of Sherborn, Tito’s Handmade Vodka and more. The cocktail reception, followed by dinner and live auction. Susan Wornick will be the Master of Ceremonies. To purchase tickets or to donate to The Human Relations Service, please visit:
http://www.hrshelps.org/Support-fundraiser.php

First Parish in Wayland Rummage Sale – April 27

Please join First Parish in Wayland for our 76th annual rummage sale on April 27, 9:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. The church is located at 225 Boston Post Rd., at the intersections of Routes 20, 27, and 126.

You’ll find top-quality toys, antiques, books and clothing for all ages, furniture, jewelry, linens, kitchenware and housewares, lawn and garden, small appliances and sporting goods. The Bake Shop will offer coffee and baked goods to enjoy while you shop, plus homemade treats to take home.

The gates open at 9:00 a.m. — at the stroke of our Paul Revere bell. Admission from 9-9:30 a.m. is $5 and then it’s reduced to $3. Children are admitted for free with an adult.

Donations: Items that are clean and in working order will be accepted from Sunday, April 21 at 1:00 p.m. through Wednesday, April 24 at 5 p.m. We can’t take the following, because we can’t sell them: computers and printers, toys with missing parts, dirty or broken items, textbooks, upholstered couches, mattresses, office furniture, exercise machines, and TVs.

Parking: Except for several handicap parking spots, parking is NOT available in the church parking lot. Please park in the public parking lot behind the Wayland Town Building. A police officer will help visitors cross the street to the Sale. Our buildings are fully accessible, with ramps to our side entrance and an elevator that provides access to both buildings.

For more information, visit uuwayland.org.