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|Lost and Found|
Miniature Dachsund Missing from Riverview area home
Rosie is a long-haired miniature dachshund who has been missing since Wednesday evening (May 25) from her home near Riverview ball field. She is very small (about 7 pounds), and has brown fur. She is wearing a green collar and has Wayland town tags. She is friendly, and is not afraid of strangers. If anyone has seen Roxie, please call us at 508 314 3094, or an email to email@example.com. Click here for full-sized photo.
Found: Mountain Bike. Nice adult mountain bike found abandoned near Dudley Pond. Call Jennifer Steel at 508-652-1952 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mini Golden-doodle missing from Sedgemeadow Area
Cookie is an 18-month old neutered male Tiny Golden-doodle. He weighs about 18 pounds and stands about 12 inches at the shoulder. He has the yellowish coloring of a Golden but looks more like a Miniature Poodle otherwise. He is recently shaved with a plume on his tail. He is very friendly and will come when called, his disappearance is very uncharacteristic. The picture was taken last week. He has been missing since Tuesday morning, May 31 on the Sedgemeadow in Wayland which is between Rt. 27 and Rt. 126 just north of Glezen Ln. Cookie was seen the evening of Wednesday 6/1 (the day after his disappearance) on two separate occasions near the intersection of Glezen Lane and Rt. 126. Sadly Cookie did not come to calls and disappeared again. This was the night of the terrible storms that brought tornadoes to our western neighbors and frightening lightning, thunder, and destructive winds to our neighborhoods, so it is anyone's guess where Cookie is today. To not come when called was out of character for Cookie and leads us to believe he is operating on survival instinct and may fear people as potential predators. If you see cookie please do not call to him or approach him but call Ben Clifford immediately at 508-524-1056. Email: email@example.com
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|In the News...|
|News from the past week|
|/Upcoming Meetings |
See the Town Website's Calendar online here
. Check there for the latest updates, as meetings noted below could have been updated since we captured them on June 5 at 7am.
Meetings for the upcoming weeks posted as of June 5, 2011:
Monday, June 6
- School Committee, 7pm, School Committee Room. Agenda includes Technology Task Force Math and Science 1:1 Pilots, a review of the 2011-2012 calendar, appointment ot the Youth Advisory Committee and briefing report for the new superintendent.
- Board of Public Works, 7:30pm, Town Building. Agenda includes water issues at six addresses and Transfer Station Sticker Price and bag revenue.
Tuesday, June 7
- Council on Aging, 7pm
- Planning Board, 7:30pm, Town Building. Agenda includes a site plan approval public hearing for Hannah Williams Park at 7:35pm, and a Town Center update.
Wenesday, June 8
Monday, June 13
Tuesday, June 14
Wednesday, June 15
Thursday, June 16
|Philanthropy, Fundraising & Volunteering|
How you can help...
The 2nd annual Cheyenne Morrell Memorial Golf Tournament will be held Wednesday June 8, at Golf on the Village Green, Rt 9, Natick from 3:30-7pm. Proceeds from this fundraiser will be split between the Cheyenne Memorial fund (Bank of America in Wayland) and The American Cancer Society Relay for Life (through - Chy's team). Cheyenne was a fifth grader at Claypit Hill School in Wayland when she lost her battle with Sarcoma Cancer which is a very rare form of cancer, especially in children. She was a great friend to everyone and we all miss her very much. She touched so many people with her courage and her grin while fighting this disease. To pre-register, call Golf on the Village Green at 508-653-4671 the cost is $7.00 per person and can be paid at the time you golf. If you have any questions or would like to make a donation, please contact Dorothy @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call 508-358-9651. There will be prizes, food and lots of fun. I hope you can join us.
The High School Summer Community Service Program starts June 23. The High School Summer Community Service Program, which will be led by WHS nurse Amy Schoeff, kicks off on Thursday, June 23rd and winds up on August 11th. All students from entering freshmen to graduating seniors are welcome to participate. Students meet weekly on Thursday evenings from 6 to 7 to plan projects; the community service takes place on weekdays, evenings, and some weekends. Contact the Recreation Department at 508-358-3660 to register, or you can register online at their website: http://www.activityreg.com/selectactivity.wcs Over 10 options are currently available, including soup kitchens, food pantries, and organic farms and gardens. Students may bring their own ideas as well. Join up and bring your friends!
The spring campaign of HATS Off (Honor and Appreciate Teachers and Staff) has officially begun. Parents, students and friends of the school system may wish to consider honoring special teachers, administrators and staff members with a gift to the Wayland Public Schools Foundation's HATS Off program. Honorees will receive certificates acknowledging that a donation has been made in their honor with your personalized message. The amount donated will not be disclosed. This spring, HATS Off is pleased to celebrate the retirement of Wayland Superintendant Gary Burton, as well as the retirements of Wayland High School teachers Emily Norton and Mike Rumrill. A donation to the Wayland Public Schools Foundation is a perfect way to say, "Thank you!" For over 25 years, the Wayland Public Schools Foundation has supported our schools by funding teacher-led classroom innovations and creative units of study not covered by the regular school budget. In these challenging economic times, these additional funds are more important than ever. Donations also qualify for matching gifts at participating companies. Please visit the foundation's website for more information and to learn about specific grants for the 2010-11 school year. Donations may be made online or mailed to P.O. Box 97, Wayland MA 01778. The deadline for donations is Friday, June 17. For more information contact Sue Mitrano or Jen Murray.
WHS grad working with Peace Corp seeks donations for Africa. David Glovsky (WHS '04) is a Peace Corps volunteer in Senegal working to bring computers to students through an NGO, World Computer Exchange. If you would like to contribute to this project, you can donate to the project online (http://worldcomputerexchange.org/greatest-need-senegal). Click on Network For Good link, not the Donate link on the right, and please designate you would like your donation to go to Senegal.
FUNdraiser for Wayland Community Pool. Join us on Saturday, June 18th for a fun-filled outing to Mohegan Sun and help raise funds to support the Wayland Community Pool. This day long excursion includes:
- R/T via private motor coach departing from Wayland High School
- Wine/beer and cheese & crackers served on way to casino
- 5 hours at Mohegan Sun Resort Casino
- Steak dinner at Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville
- $20 gaming package (two $10 FREE bets)
- Free concert at The Wolf Den featuring Johnny Rivers
- Discount admission to spa and health club at Mohegan Sun
- Tax & Gratuities (driver, trip leader & wait-staff)
All this for just $69 per person! What's more, with a full bus the outing will help raise more than $1,000 to support the Wayland Community Pool. Tell your friends and neighbors and be sure to respond quickly as space is limited to the first 50 to sign up. For more information, or to register, contact Annie Cundari at email@example.com or 508-736-4571. Download the event flyer here.
Whole Foods 5% Day, Tuesday, June 7. Shop at Whole Foods in Wayland and 5% of their next sales goes to the Wayland Green Team's School Gardens and Composting project. The Green Team is working with Claypit Hill, Happy Hollow, and Wayland Middle School to establish on-site kitchen and cafeteria composting and school gardens.
Wayland Green Team Invites Help with Composting Project. Over the last two years, the Wayland Green Team has worked hard to improve recycling efforts in the schools, reduce car idling in driveways, promote school gardens and on-site kitchen and cafeteria composting, promote use of school water fountains, and to find efficiencies in green purchasing for the schools. It organized the Earth Day celebration and also proudly presents a new website: www.waylandgreenteam.org. One of the projects for this summer is Gardens and Composting. The Green Team is working with Claypit Hill School to establish on-site kitchen and cafeteria composting and school gardens. On Tuesday, June 7, shop at Whole Foods in Wayland and 5 percent of the net sales will go to the Wayland Green Team's School Gardens and Composting project. The proceeds will help fund the materials (timber, mesh, hardware) for the permanent compost bins, which will be built July 12-15.
8th Annual Steve Henley Memorial Golf Outing, Friday, June 10th. The Steve Henley Memorial Golf Outing continues to raise money to give back to the Wayland Athletes. Starting at 1pm, check-in at Noon. Sandy Burr Country Club - 508-358-7211. 18 Holes of Golf, Hot Dogs 12-4, Dinner, Prizes & Raffles. $145 per person or
In lieu of attending, consider a donation for the Wayland Athletes. Deadline June 1st
(Please send list of names with check). Please make checks payable to Steve Henley Memorial Golf Tournament, c/o June Henley-Dunbar, 197 Stonebridge Road, Wayland, MA 01778. Questions - call Mike Henley 508-922-9699 or Mark Henley 508-788-1481. Sports groups interested in benefiting from the fund should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Library's Summer Hours (Saturday 10-2 and closed on Sundays) start the weekend of June 25. The Library will be sloed July 2-4 over Independence Day weekend.
State Representative Conroy Announces Upcoming "Ask the Rep" Show on Local Cable. Representative Thomas Conroy is pleased to announce the next broadcast of "Ask the Rep" on Wednesday, June 22nd from 7:00 - 7:30 pm. "Ask The Rep" is a live call-in show that provides constituents with the opportunity to ask questions on-air regarding local and state issues. Call in during the show at 508-358-3472 or email your questions before June 21st to Thomas.Conroy@mahouse.gov. The show will broadcast on Comcast channel 9 and Verizon channel 37 for Wayland residents, and will be rebroadcast in all three towns. For more information visit www.tomconroy.org.
State Representative Conroy Announces Upcoming District Office Hours. Representative Thomas Conroy is pleased to announce his local office hours in Lincoln, Sudbury, and Wayland for the month of June 2011. Constituents are encouraged to come meet the Representative, share their views on relevant topics, and bring important issues to the Representative's attention. No appointments are necessary and meetings are held on a first come, first serve basis. Office hours and locations for Friday, June 17th are as follows:
2:30-3pm -Lincoln Public Library, 3 Bedford Road, Tarbell Room
3:30-4pm - Wayland Public Library, 5 Concord Road, Wayland
4:30-5pm -Goodnow Public Library, 21 Concord Road, Sudbury
Upcoming Youth Programs at the Library
- Shadow Puppet Workshop for Kids, Thursday, June 30, 10-12 noon. Kids can jump-start their imaginations and have fun while learning about the Balinese artistic tradition of "Wayan Kulit" or Shadow Puppetry. In this workshop we will read Balinese folktales, watch some puppetry, and discuss ideas for new folklore characters and tales. Each kid will create a movable shadow puppet by mixing animal traits together to invent a unique folklore creature. The workshop will be run by Celia Knight, who currently teaches elementary art in the Acton Public Schools and during college travelled to Indonesia to study Balinese culture and traditional arts. Grades 2-5 only. Spaces are limited, so please register through our event calendar at waylandlibrary.org.
- Sing Along with Hugh Hanley, Tuesday, July 12, 10am. Kids ages 2-7 and their sibling are invited to come to the library to participate in Hugh Hanley's "Circle of Song." Hanley has been singing with young children for some 25 years in his work as an early childhood educator, music specialist, and entertainer. He plays guitar and banjo and his repertoire of songs, finger-plays, and music activities are drawn from a variety of folk traditions. Hanley will get us to raise our voices, move our bodies, and join in the merriment of making music together.
- Teen Writing Workshop. On Fridays in July from 10-12 noon, starting on July 8, library staff member Emily Tersoff will conduct a creative writing workshop for teens. Emily is a writer who is currently studying at Simmons College to get certified as a library media specialist. She is a 2009 graduate of Bard College. This year Emily had one of her own stories accepted for publication at Strange Horizons, a weekly web-based magazine of and about speculative fiction. Teens only. Register through our event calendar at waylandlibrary.org.
Weston-Wayland Interfaith Action Group's Annual Meeting and Potluck Dinner is Thursday, June 9, 2011 at 6pm. The topic is Hinduism and speakers are Mr. Bharat Dave and Dr. Bijoy Misra. The meeting will be held at the Congregational Church of Weston, UCC, 130 Newton Street, Weston, MA. For details including speakers' biography and RSVP information please see the event flier.
The Wayland XC Festival will be held on Sunday, October 9. An exciting cross country race through fields and wooded trails benefiting the Wayland Cross Country teams. With a youth race and an open race, this event provides one of the few cross-country running opportunities for kids and adults in Massachusetts. Whether you are new to cross-country or a veteran of the trails, this is a race for you! Three Great Events! A 3K Race For Ages 11 to 14, A 3K Race For Ages 10 and Under and A 5K Open Race. This is not only a great race to run; it's also a great race to watch! Spectators can see the competitors during many parts of the races. Visit http://www.waylandxc.com/ for complete details.
The Wayland Community Pool is now open for the summer! We offer daily family swims from 9am until we close, now through Labor Day. We have summer swim lessons, diving, aqua-fit, masters swim program, swim team, S.C.U.B.A and more! visit us at www.waylandcommunitypool.org
News and Updates from the Council on Aging, including listings for:
- British Romantic Poetry with Dr. Eugene Narrett- four Mondays starting June 6
- Musuem of Fine Arts Early Admission/Tour: Chihuly through the Looking Glass, Thursday, June 23
- Tour Boston, Thursday, June 23
- Set Sail from Gloucester on the Schooner Thomas E Lannon, Tuesday, August 2
- Watercolor Workshop "En Plein Air" with David Lang and Bill Sterling - five Thursdays starting June 30
- The Hall at Patriot Place, Tuesday, July 19
- Summer Drawing Workshop with Margret Krakauer (four Thursdays starting July 14)
- Tanglewood Overnight, Sunday-Monday, August 28-29
- Friday Movie Matinees:
- June 10: Burlesque
- June 24: Iron Will
- Property Tax Work-off Program
- Medical Taxi Tickets
New Spring items at the Wayland Depot. Join the retro craze and spring into Spring with new wildly colored handmade hula hoops-all sizes for all size folks! Also, the Wayland Depot has an exclusive on the newest baseball jewelry: cool baseball necklaces and bracelets handmade out of the leather of baseballs and softballs. These necklaces and bracelets, made in Rockland, MA, are great for birthday presents, party favors, or for wearing to the next Red Sox game! They are the perfect Spring attire for adults and kids. Be sure to buy some for your favorite coaches, players, or Dads for Father's Day. Hurry in to the Wayland Depot, located near the Wayland Library on Route 27. The Depot is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 to 4:00 and will close for the Summer on June 13th.
Art Exhibits at the Library:
- Sharma Art Student Exhibit. During June, the library's Raytheon Room will feature an exhibit of landscapes and still life paintings by the students of Cecilia Sharma. Cecilia's workshops are designed to help student painters at all levels learn how to create meaningful art and stretch the limits of their creativity. Workshops include painting demonstrations that teach how to create more excitement in finished works. Students get hands-on instruction with an emphasis on developing wash, values and textures, variety of color, edges and shapes, as well as creating the illusion of light.
- Melnicove Artwork: This month the library foyer contains the work of Harold Melnicove. At the age of 95, Melnicove still enjoys his lifelong hobby of painting. His only formal training was at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C., which he attended from 1934-35. He gave up his art studies to get a job, but he has never given up his art. During his 40 years with the Hecht Co. (now Macy's), he went from display artist to vice chairman in charge of merchandising. His sense of color and composition, eye for detail, and appreciation of art's impact on the retail business served him well, whether he was trimming windows, planning ad campaigns, or building new branch stores. His recent acrylic paintings are accented with rhinestones, which catch the light and make the images sparkle, and often include butterflies-an image inspired by his wife of 73 years, Rhona, who passed away in January. This exhibit, put together by their daughter, Wayland resident Margo Melnicove, is in Rhona's honor.
Poetry Workshops. This month's workshops meet on Wednesday, June 8, and Wednesday, June 22, both at 2pm in the Library's Raytheon Room. New members are welcome.
What's New at the Library? A lot, that's what! Librarians are adding things to the collection every day. To find out what they are, just go to the Library's home page, put your cursor on "Reader's Corner," and click on "New Items." From there, you'll find lists of everything we put in the library in the previous month-every book, Book on CD, Playaway, ebook, DVD, and music CD. Click on the item's title and go right to the catalog page, where you can put it on hold by using the "Request" button. Everything new, right there for you.
Needlework Group. The next meeting of the needlework/handwork group will be on Thursday, June 9, at 10am. It's a group for quilters, decorative sewers, and knitters to socialize, work on hand projects (no machines), share ideas, and explore resources. All are welcome.
JCC Early Learning Center adds full day option. In order to meet the changing needs of more families, starting in the fall of 2011 the JCC Early Learning Center, Wayland will offer a full day option in addition to the current partial day program. Toddlers and preschoolers starting at age 15 months will have the opportunity to attend school Monday-Thursday, 9am-5pm and Friday, 9am-4pm with the option of early drop-off at 8am. JCC Early Learning Center, Wayland at Temple Shir Tikva 141 Boston Post Road, Wayland. email@example.com or 508-358-5331. The JCC Early Learning Center, Wayland is one of six JCC Early Learning Centers operated by the Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston. Other locations include Acton, Brookline/Brighton, Hingham, Newton, and Sharon. Enrollment now open for Summer 2011 and Fall 2011-2012 school year. Visit jccearlylearning.org for more information.
Summer Reading Program. This year's summer reading theme is "One World Many Stories" for children and "You Are Here" for teens. We'll be exploring themes of travel, language, multiculturalism and storytelling. Kids should come in and pick up their summer inspiration bags, which will become available the week of June 20, and will include information about the program, events, and suggested reading lists, as well as thematic bookmarks and temporary tattoos. During the summer we will have a bookmark-making station and fun handouts that will change each week. Special events at the library will include a Haiku program with bookmaking, a Balinese shadow-puppetmaking workshop, music with Hugh Hanley, and stories from around the world with Mary Jo Maichack. Library staff member Emily Tersoff will hold a weekly creative writing workshop for teens. In August, there will be weekly storytimes at Russell's Farmer's Market.
|Events & Happenings|
View our online calendar.
Monday, June 6, Library Evening Book Group, 7:30-9pm. Newcomers are welcome at both our book groups. The evening group will meet on Monday, June 6, at 7:30 p.m. and will be reading Road Home by Rose Tremain. For more information, contact Andy Moore at 508-358-2311. The group meets in the library's Raytheon Room.
Tuesday, June 7, Whole Foods 5% Day. Shop at Whole Foods in Wayland and 5% of their next sales goes to the Wayland Green Team's School Gardens and Composting project. The Green Team is working with Claypit Hill, Happy Hollow, and Wayland Middle School to establish on-site kitchen and cafeteria composting and school gardens.
Tueday, June 7, Informational Presentation: Understanding Long-Term Care Insurance, Traditions of Wayland, 4:30-7pm. Parmenter Community Health Care and Traditions of Wayland are co-sponsoring an informational session on understanding long-term care insurance. Linda Thalheimer, CLTC, CSA, OTR/L, MSA has over 25 years of experience in professional and personal long-term care products and will explain the various benefit triggers, policy variations, coverage options and more. This will take place at Traditions of Wayland, 10 Green Way, Wayland, MA on Tuesday, June 7 at 5:00pm. Light refreshments starting at 4:30pm. Please RSVP to Parmenter at 508-358-3000 x252, Walk-ins Welcome.
Wednesday, June 8, Wayland High School String Orchestras and Troubadors Chorus Concert, WHS Little Theater, 7:30pm. The Wayland High School String Orchestras and Troubadors Chorus will perform their final concert of the yearEveryone is invited to Sundresses, Shorts and Sundaes Casual Concert. Following the performance, stay to make your own sundae under the Fine Arts awning! Visit https://sites.google.com/a/wayland.k12.ma.us/wayland-high-school-orchestra/
Friday, June 10, 8th Annual Steve Henley Memorial Golf Outing, Sandy Burr Country Club, 12-4pm. The Steve Henley Memorial Golf Outing continues to raise money to give back to the Wayland Athletes. 8th Annual Steve Henley Memorial Golf Outing Friday, June 10th, 2011 1:00 p.m. Check-in at Noon Sandy Burr Country Club - 508-358-7211 18 Holes of Golf, Hot Dogs 12-4, Dinner, Prizes & Raffles $145 per person or In lieu of attending, consider a donation for the Wayland Athletes Deadline June 1st (Please send list of names with check) Please make checks payable to Steve Henley Memorial Golf Tournament c/o June Henley-Dunbar 197 Stonebridge Road Wayland, MA 01778 Questions - call Mike Henley 508-922-9699 or Mark Henley 508-788-1481 Sports groups interested in benefiting from the fund should contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, June 10, Library Daytime Book Group, 12-2pm. Newcomers are welcome at both our book groups. The daytime group will meet next on Friday, June 10, at 12 noon and will be reading Telex from Cuba by Rachel Kushner. For more information about the daytime book group, contact Kathy Powers at 508-358-2311. The group meets in the library's Raytheon Room.
Friday, June 10, WCPA Beach Concert and BBQ, Wayland Town Beach, 5:30-8pm. Pack your kids, a blanket and/or lawn chair for an evening of entertainment, food, and fun at the Wayland Children and Parents Association's annual Beach Concert and BBQ on Friday, June 10th at the Wayland Town Beach from 5:30-8:00pm. This year's concert will feature live music by award winning musician, Wayne Potash. There will be top notch BBQ available for purchase or families can pack a picnic basket. Admission price is $7 per WCPA member and $10 per non-member and includes free ice cream, face painting, and tattoos (kids under 2 are free and per family limits of $28 for WCPA members and $40 for non-members apply). Enjoy watching and participating in beach games and more; please note there is no swimming allowed. Sponsored by Fitness Together, Oh Deer Inc, and Seeking Sitters, this fun kick-off to summer event is open to all and should not be missed! For more details and rain date information, please visit www.waylandwcpa.org.
Saturday and Sunday, June 11 and 12, Riverfest 2011, events all over the region. RiverFest is a celebration of the Sudbury, Assabet, and Concord Rivers (a part of America's Wild and Scenic River System). It brings together more than 40 organizations sponsoring events in 11 communities from Framingham to Lowell. For details, click here. In Wayland celebrate the river with Brian Donahue, Professor of History at Brandeis and expert on the history of our river, for a History Paddle. Meet on Saturday, June 11th at 9am at the new Route 20 boat launch, built with the sponsorship of the Wild and Scenic River Stewardship Council, with your canoe or kayak. We will paddle to Sherman's Bridge (Sherman's Bridge Road) through the wide meadows that prompted the founding of Wayland and Sudbury with frequent stops to hear stories of a fascinating and sometimes lurid past. Check the RiverFest website for a list of all events and their location or join us on Facebook ("SuAsCo RiverFest"). On Saturday from 10 to 2, join Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge staff and Mass Wildlife's Angler Expert, Jim Lagacy, for a day filled with fishy fun! Learn how to fly-cast, spin-cast, and even tie your own fly. All equipment will be provided. On Sunday, at SVT's Wolbach Farm, learn about protecting Blanding's turtles (12 noon), who's hiding in vernal pools (1 pm), and snakes in New England and the world (2:30). Local artist and teacher, Cecilia Sharma, will be displaying her students' works of watercolors inspired by the local rivers in the barn 12-5pm.
Wednesday, June 15, Open Mic Night at the Chat, Dudley Chateau, 8-11pm
Come to play, come to listen! From Blue Grass to Jazz, Rock to Irish Traditionals, you never know what you'll hear! Guitarist, singers, instrumentalists (solo or duo only without advance notice) are encouraged to attend and will have 20 minutes to perform to a very supportive audience! Everyone's musical tastes and abilities will be met with warm applause! Musicians may show up any time that evening and sign up for an available time block (or sign up in advance via e-mail to email@example.com). All are encouraged to come early, and stay late, to enjoy the great food and drink that The Dudley Chateau has to offer, and to hear talented musicians. Vocalists requesting accompaniment may send music in advance to same e-mail - guitar only. Microphones and PA will be set up. All musicians 16+ are welcome to perform. After 9pm all musicians must be 18+.
Friday, June 17, Great Decisions: Germany Ascendant, Wayland Library, 9:15-11:30am. The next Great Decisions program will be Friday, June 17, at 9:15 a.m., and the topic will be "Germany Ascendant." Germany has emerged from both the financial crisis and the Eurozone crisis as the dominant economic and political power in Europe, in particular setting the tone for dealings with Russia, Eastern Europe and Iran. How important is it for U.S, interests to enhance relations with Germany, and how should the U.S. react when German and U.S. interests fail to align?
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