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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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Participate in live, virtual reading of Frederick Douglass’ address “What, to the Slave, is your Fourth of July?”

Greetings from the Library! Would you be interested in participating in a live, virtual reading of Frederick Douglass’ famous address, What, to the slave, is your Fourth of July? In an effort to provide educational programming and virtual discussion spaces addressing

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Join Opera del West for our first Virtual opera on July 2, at 7 pm, The ZOOMpresario!

Join Opera del West for our first Virtual opera on July 2, at 7 pm, The ZOOMpresario!

Mozart’s The Impresario has been updated by local composer Dan Shore and put on your computer screen with the talents of singers, Joel Edwards, Theodora Cottarel, Aurora Martin, and Roselin Osser as well

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Wayland-based foundation grants $60K to MetroWest nonprofits

Wayland Town Crier 6/24/20: Wayland-based foundation grants $60K to MetroWest nonprofits. The Parmenter Foundation of Wayland has set out on its eighth decade of philanthropic funding to nonprofits in MetroWest with the awarding of its first cycle of 2020 grants. The five grantee organizations span a broad range of MetroWest communities and demonstrate high-impact

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The Children’s Way Enrolling for Fall 2020-2021

The Children’s Way Preschool in Wayland is enrolling for Fall 2020!

Apply now for 2020-2021 2yrs. 9mos. – 5yrs. Half day and full day

Complete an application: https://tcw.wayland.k12.ma.us

Wayland Community Fund serving Wayland residents temporarily in need of financial assistance. We are here to help!

The Wayland Community Fund (WCF) provides short-term emergency financial assistance to Wayland residents who have lived in Wayland for at least one year. WCF provides funding for basic needs such as utilities, rent, food, medical bills, and other living expenses. Please call us if you need help with your bills.

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News and Events from the Wayland Library, June 20, 2020

What to the Slave is the Fourth of July? A Virtual Community Reading Event. Following the model of the Mass Humanities Program, we will take turns reading aloud Frederick Douglass’ powerful 1852 speech to the Rochester Ladies’ Anti-Slavery Society and share some time for discussion and reflection. We

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Opening Day of the Wayland Summer Farmers Market, June 24

The 16th season of the Wayland Summer Farmers’ Market opens on Wednesday, June 24, with new hours: 12 to 4 PM. Fresh vegetables and fruit, meat, eggs, baked goods, cheese, honey, seafood, bread, dips, granola, fresh pasta and sauce, tahini products, peanut sauce, bagels, pickled vegetables, empanadas, wine and pet treats will be available

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