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Wellesley needs your input about possible town pool plan

The 900 Worcester Street Committee and the Aquatics Subcommittee invite you to attend a public forum Thursday, June 11, 7:00pm at Town Hall to discuss the Aquatics Feasibility Study for Wellesley.  During the forum the results of the recent aquatics survey will be presented, along with preliminary thoughts about the features of the facility and potential […]

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Sustainable Wellesley wants you to save the monarch butterflies

From Sustainable Wellesley: It’s milkweed time! Sustainable Wellesley is doing its part to help the Monarch butterfly by sourcing milkweed for Wellesley residents to put in their yards.  Monarch populations are crashing, and one reason is the lack of milkweed that Monarch caterpillars must eat to survive.  Sustainable Wellesley has that milkweed, a beautiful pink […]

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Wellesley teen on team launching free theatre workshop for kids

Three local teens who have studied drama, voice and dance are combining their talents to offer the new Magic Dragon Theatre Workshop to young students this summer – for free. Melinda Kalanzis (Wayland High School) came up with the idea as a way to reach young students who hadn’t had an opportunity to get involved in theatre, and […]

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Wellesley Trails walk on June 6: Charles River Path and Cochituate Aqueduct

Join the Wellesley Trails Committee on National Trails Day for its final guided walk of the Spring series, Saturday June 6, 9am – 10am. Enjoy scenic views along the river on the Charles River Path. Walk along the brick Waterway, the remnants of proposed development in the 1890’s at Indian Springs Park. Follow the Crosstown […]

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How Transportation Shaped Wellesley: Historical walk on Saturday

Wellesley Historical Society guided walk: How Transportation Shaped Wellesley Saturday, June 6 at 10:00 A.M. Join us for a 90-minute walking tour to learn how transportation has shaped Wellesley from the early days when the town was first incorporated, through today. This tour meets at the Society, 229 Washington Street in Wellesley and is best […]

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Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of Errors” at Wellesley High this week

Bookending Wellesley High’s graduation ceremony on Friday, the school’s Drama Society closes its season with William Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of Errors,”  on Thursday, June 4 and Saturday, June 6. One of Shakespeare’s earliest works, this play is known for its slapstick humor and witty dialogue but also has a deeper message, presenting themes of alienation and the search for […]

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Save Dates: Antiques at Elm Bank coming June 13/14

The annual Antiques at Elm Bank Reservation show takes place on June 13 and 14 this year, with the show open from 9am-5pm on Saturday and 10am-4pm on Sunday. Set on the grounds of Elm Bank Reservation, the educational center for the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, the show is set within white tents and in 2 […]

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Schofield annual 5K, fun run, and fun fair set for June 7

Schedule of Events Before the event: Pre-register ONLINE  ($20) – HERE Pre-Registration bag pick up times HERE Race t-shirts are given to the first 300 registrants 8:00am  Event day registration opens, $25 9:30am   5K (USATF Certified Course) 10:30-12:45pm   Fun Fair Silent Auction, Food & More!  Pre-purchase tickets HERE Team Brenda for ALS This year Schofield’s PTO is proud to […]

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