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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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Pair of church buildings come down in Wayland

Wayland Town Crier 3/21/19: Pair of church buildings come down in Wayland. The landscape in downtown Wayland changed a little this week with the demolition of two buildings belonging to the Trinitarian Congregational Church on Cochituate Road (Rte. 27.) The church’s former parsonage, built in 1903, came down Wednesday morning. A second building at

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Celebrate Shabbat In Vibrant A Capella, March 29 at Congregation B’nai Torah

Please join Congregation B’nai Torah for a special Shabbat evening service featuring Tufts University’s Jewish A Capella Group, Shir Appeal. We are delighted to host Shir Appeal, who will join our clergy on the Bima for an energized evening blending voices in song.

Friday, March 29th 7:00 pm Open to the public. All are welcome!

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Tri-M Benefit Concert, March 28 at WHS

Wayland Chapter 6693 of the National Tri-M Honor Society is running a benefit concert for the Creative Arts Parents Association (CAPA). The concert will feature local guest artists Michael Leonard (Saxophone), Rebecca Leonard (Clarinet), Elizabeth Markey (Harp), James Markey (Trombone), Cynthia Meyers (Flute/Piccolo), Kevin Murphy (Piano), and Jody Pongratz (Piano), who will be collaborating with

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Improving Your Garden Soil This Spring, April 6

Soil Talk, April 6th at 10 am. This spring Russell’s is offering a personalized service for a full soil test. Meet our soil consultant Charlotte Trim on April 6th at 10am for a talk on how to improve your soil to ensures success with new plantings and your existing ones. She will discuss the process

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WHS FRC Team 5735 places 1st at New England District

The WHS FRC Team 5735 – The Control Freaks, competed in their first New England District competition last weekend. They were the underdogs, but were selected by the #1 seed to join their alliance in the playoffs. The alliance came in 1st place after four elimination rounds! The team has their last district competition

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American Woodcock Walk, April 6 at Cow Common

Join Conservation Land Manager Brian Harris 6:30PM until sunset on the following dates/locations: Saturday, April 6, 2019 – Cow Common Lot (Rain date Sunday, April 7)

Please join Brian Harris Conservation Land Manager, in the parking lot at Cow Common at 6:30pm on Saturday, April 6, 2019. He will be available for questions or information

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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

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