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EVENT: Wellesley Republican Town Committee meeting, presentation, social DATE: Wed., Feb. 26, 2020 SOCIAL: 6:30 PRESENTATION: 7:30 TIME: 7:30pm - 9pm LOCATION: Wellesley Community Center, 291 Washington St. The speakers The Pioneer Institute’s Director of the Center for School Reform Jamie Gass will discuss the 2019 Math and English Common Core results. Gass will give an overview of the Common Core, and provide context and his analysis of the academic initiative. Kaila Webb, Wellesley College Class of 2020 and student…Find out more »
9:00 AM Coffee and Mingling (Candidates Welcome) 9:30 - 10:15 AM Registration 10:15 AM Caucus Begins Wellesley Community Center 219 Washington Street All registered and pre-registered Democrats in Wellesley are eligible to run for election as a Delegate to the State Convention. The 2020 Massachusetts Democratic Nominating Convention is being held in Lowell on May 30th. The Nominating Convention will vote on candidates for the US Senate ahead of the September Primary Election. Candidates must receive at least 15% support from Convention Delegates…Find out more »
DATE: Sunday, April 26, 2020 TIME: 2pm - 4pm LOCATION: Wellesley Community Center, 219 Washington St. TICKETS: Wellesley Historical Society Jeanie Goddard, former English teacher and tea maven, cannot wait to share stories of teaching Shakespeare to the students of Wellesley High School. She will regale you with tales of how Shakespeare became part of her students’ literary, social, and even athletic lives. For example, hear how words from Hamlet’s second soliloquy cheered on the football team to win several…Find out more »