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Events for December 2, 2018
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H.O.M.E. Store, December 2 Wellesley Village Church 2 Central St. Stop by and browse the lovely hand-crafted gifts from H.O.M.E. (Homeowners Organized for More Employment) Store. The crafts cooperative was established in Orland, Maine in 1970 as a way for people to sell their goods, thus providing income for those in an area where jobs […]Find out more »
December 1-16 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM Davis Lobby An annual Davis tradition! Stop by the Davis Museum lobby to find a cool frame for a photograph, or pick up a print or poster for holiday gift-giving. We will also have a sale on art books and exhibition catalogues which make perfect gifts. Prints from […]Find out more »
The Wellesley Square Merchants’ Association is getting ready for the always festive Holiday Stroll on Sunday, December 2, noon – 6pm. On the big day carolers will roam Wellesley Square, as will Frosty and Rudolf — they’re always up for a photo op. And of course, Santa will be there in all his jolly glory. […]Find out more »
The Wellesley Chamber Players is a group of world-class musicians that play 4 family friendly concerts per year at Dana Hall School's Beveridge Hall. Concerts are free and open to the public (though donations are appreciated to underwrite the concert series). The chamber group's founding member, Jayoung Kim is on piano faculty at Dana Hall […]Find out more »
Albino Mbie Music from Mozambique Sunday, December 2 3 PM, Wakelin Room Albino Mbie is an award winning musician, guitarist, singer, composer, sound and mixing engineer, born in Mozambique. He built his first guitar at age 16 from a 5-liter can of oil, scrap wood, and strings made out of electrical cords. A graduate of […]Find out more »
Dana Hall School will host a volleyball clinic for girls in grades 1–5. The $20 participant fee includes a special gift. Dana Hall coaches and players will teach young girls about game fundamentals and volleyball skills in an atmosphere fueled by fun, interactivity and aspiration. Girls will be grouped by age and ability. The clinic […]Find out more »
Our Whole Lives (OWL) Healthy Relationship And Sexuality Seminar Series Registration is open for the 2018-2019 OWL Healthy Relationships & Sexuality Seminar Series for youth in grades 7-8. OWL (Our Whole Lives) takes a holistic approach to providing accurate, developmentally appropriate information about a range of topics, including relationships, gender identity, sexual orientation, sexual […]Find out more »