Wayland All Schools News 10-16-15
From our Schools & Affiliates
SADD Fall Festival
October 17, 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
PreK through Grade 5
Wayland High School

Donuts! Cookie decorating! Paint a pumpkin! Face painting! Raffles and more! Come to the Wayland High School for SADD's 4th annual Fall Festival! Fun activities such as arts and crafts, games, and other entertainment will be there for kids and their families! It is a great way for families and the community to get together and all proceeds go to the WHS SADD chapter, an organization dedicated to ending the abuse on drugs and alcohol. 
Wayland School Committee Meeting &
Fall Public Forum
October 19, 7:00PM
Wayland Town Building
Agenda available HERE.

See a WHS Robot Demo!
October 24, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Wayland Public Library

The Wayland High School FIRST Robotics Club 5735, aka “the Control Freaks”, will show off their prize-winning robot at the Wayland Public Library parking lot from 10:30 to 12:30 on Saturday. Come and join us to see how a robot can lift and stack recycle bins and totes. Find out how they used 3D printing technology provided by the library to fabricate some robot components.
Student Photography
Through October 31
Wayland Public Library
Raytheon Room

Through the end of October, a Photo Exhibit in the Raytheon Room at the Wayland Public Library features works by Wayland Public School students. Please stop by to see the beautiful photographs taken by 5th graders from the town's three elementary schools, as well as Wayland Middle School students.  Through Wayland School Community Programs, Mr. Conrad Gees, a retired Grade 5 teacher, has been leading Photography Clubs in the four schools. The after-school programs focus on photo composition, lighting, and editing using I-photo software. Each club participant has one photo on display. Don’t miss this truly wonderful exhibit!

From the Community
Grades K - 5 Breakfasts
Father/Son October 21
Father/Daughter November 4
7:15 to 8:15 AM
Mel's Commonwealth Cafe

Calling all dads with children in grades K-5! Come be a part of a long-standing Wayland tradition with the Father and Daughter/Son breakfasts. Father/Son breakfasts are held on the first Wednesday of the month while the Father/Daughter breakfasts are on the third Wednesday of the month - all at Mel's Commonwealth Cafe from 7:15 - 8:15. Each month features a great buffet breakfast, great fun and laughs with the kids, great conversation, and great raffle prizes. Don't miss it! We hope to see you there! Please email questions to  wwrussell11@yahoo.com .
Walden Forum
October 23, 7:30PM
Wayland High School
Auditorium

What We're Fighting for Now is Each Other--
Dispatches from the Front Lines of Climate Change
By Wen Stephenson, Climate Activist and Independent Journalist
Learn more HERE.
Hazardous Waste Day
October 24, 9:00 to 11:00 AM
DPW, 66 River Road

Wayland Residents who have household hazardous waste can dispose of it safely for free at the NEW DPW Facility parking lot located at 66 River Road, at our semi-annual event provided by the Wayland Board of Health.  

Pre-registration is required. Residents can register online at: 
www.wayland.ma.us/pages/waylandma_health/HHWD .  Registration forms can also be picked up at the Town Building Health Department, Council on Aging, the Transfer Station, and the Library.
Full Moon Walk
October 24, 6:30PM
Greenways Conservation Area
Green Way, Wayland

Meet in the parking lot in the cul-de-sac at the bottom of the hill. For your GPS, use 75 Green Way. Take an evening walk across the open fields at Greenways to the Sudbury River by the light of the full moon shining overhead. Bring a poem, story, or song about the moon to share. All ages are welcome. Led by Rabbi Katy Allen of the One Earth Collaborative. Co-sponsored by the One Earth Collaborative and the Sudbury Valley Trustees. Click here to register. Limited to 15.
Changing Landscapes
From Thoreau's Time to Today
November 15, 2:30 PM
Wayland Public Library
Raytheon Room

Much academic attention and press has been given to Concord's historic botanical record. Thoreau's descriptive and detailed accounts of his town's flora and landscapes inspired generations of lay botanists, naturalists, and scholars to revisit, expand, document, and analyze this dynamic and changing landscape for more than 170 years since. Naturalist and photographer, Cherrie Corey, has been working at the heart of this story for the past several years. She will share with us her field explorations, observations, and intimate photographs that reveal an at once historic and living landscape that is rapidly changing, and relies on our deeper understanding and careful stewardship. Refreshments will be served after the program. Learn more HERE.
Reminders (in date order)
Wayland Pop-Up Park
October 17, 4:00 to 6:00 PM
Free Family Fun - All Ages!
Wayland Town Center

Join us this Saturday at Wayland Pop-Up Park. Free family fun for all ages including a fire rescue boat, legos, ladder ball, corn hole, zumba, music, archery, spoon races, baseball radar gun, free food, and so much more! A day to be remembered! See our event flyer for complete details online here.

Pam's Run
October 18, 10 AM
All Ages

To register for Pam's Run or to join a team visit www.pamsrun.com or email info@pamsrun.com with questions.

LWV Fall Forum
October 20, 7:30 PM
Town Hearing Room

The topic for the evening will be the Town Center. All are welcome to attend. For more information or for questions, please contact Iryna Priester at irynawp@gmail.com

CAPA Bottle & Can Drive
October 24, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Wayland High School

The Bottle and Can Drive is a significant fund-raiser for the Wayland High School visual and performing arts programs and CAPA needs your refundable cans and bottles more than ever! Please help us to support the Arts in our schools!

Free Flu Clinic
October 28, 2 - 7 PM
All Ages
Wayland Town Building

There is no out of pocket expense, but insurance cards are necessary to provide for reimbursement so future vaccine may be purchased. Injectable and Mist Seasonal Flu Vaccine will be available, as well as a limited supply of Pneumococcal and Tdap vaccine for those individuals who meet the criteria set forth by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH). 

Hoops for Hope
3 V 3 Basketball Tournament
November 1, 12:30 to 5:00 PM
Grades 1 - 12
Wayland High School

Jeff's Place will hold its second annual 3 v 3 basketball fundraiser at Wayland High School Field House. Students in grades 1-12 are invited to participate. Registration is $33/player ($99/team).Please visit our website to sign up and register to pay. Register now.

Book & Bake Sale
Wayland Public Library
November 7 & 8
Wayland Town Building Hearing Room

Saturday, November 7, from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. and Sunday, November 8, from 12:00-4:00 p.m. For more information, contact Anne Heller at (508) 358-4515 

WHSTE Presents "Just So"
November 12 - 14
WHS Auditorium

11/12, 11/13, & 11/14 at 7:00 PM, and a matinee performance on 11/14 at 2:00 PM.To learn more about this upcoming WHS musical, visit our award-winning Wayland Student Press Network HERE.

Please note, not all announcements included in the Wayland All Schools News are school sponsored, but are community based, non-sectarian activities, and are included here as a service to the Wayland school community. News items for consideration should be submitted to ramah_hawley@wayland.k12.ma.us.
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