Author Archives: Deborah Brown

Wellesley artist crafts challenging games

In a recent effort to seek out local shopping angles, we found out about Wellesley resident, artist, and inventor David Copplestone, whose company markets executive toys, games, and decorative accessories under the name Copplestone Designs. Copplestone’s products are designed to have a sculptural look of a work of art while challenging the game player to, […]

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Wellesley sages to advise governor-elect Baker

The Boston Globe has reported that several Wellesley residents, including former candidate for State Treasurer Mike Heffernan, will serve on Governor-elect Charlie Baker’s advisory transition committee. The Wellesley contingent will join over 160 others in advising Baker on matters of jobs and the economy, schools, community, health, and better government. The Wellesley-ites called to serve […]

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Wellesley Cotillion heads to Boston waterfront Saturday night

If you’re out on the town on Saturday night in your old beater of a Mercedes and wondering what fabulous party everybody else is going to in their stretch limos, that party would be Cotillion. A Wellesley tradition since the 1940s, the Cotillion is a formal dance to which all Wellesley public and private school […]

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Sprague School to sponsor the Ultimate Cookie Sale

Sprague’s Annual Cookie Walk, The Ultimate Cookie Sale Thursday, December 11 2:30 to 5:30 PM Sprague Gym It’s more than just cookies. Come see: David Hall, House Magician LINX Dancers Wellesley Merchant Raffle New Cupcake Corner New Cookie Grams New Eric Barry’s Photo Booth

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Composting service seeks to worm its way into Wellesley

In Wellesley, there are three options for getting rid of fruit and vegetable kitchen scraps: throwing them down the garbage disposal, tossing them into the trash, or mixing them in with your backyard compost heap.  Of the three, the compost heap is the most environmentally friendly because the average household composting operation isn’t on a […]

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Art walk comes to Wellesley Square

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Presto! Young magician to appear at Wellesley Community Center

Teenage magician Ryan Lally, who has been wowing audiences with plenty of tricks in the book from card tricks on up to more complicated amazements, will be the next special guest on Wellesley Media Corp.‘s Gil Stubbs’ World of Magic show, to be taped at the Wellesley Community Center on December 3 at 4 pm. […]

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Santa looking for good girls and boys to breakfast with at Linden Square

Santa is stopping by The Cottage on December 6 for a breakfast buffet as part of a Linden Square holiday event. Breakfast with Santa is $10 per child or bring 2-3 pairs of new socks for kids up to age 12. There will be two seatings, at 8:30 am and at 9:45 am, and reservations […]

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