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The Wellesley Democratic Town Committee Indivisible Group Neighbors United will co-host a meeting at the Wellesley Community Center, 219 Washington St., on Monday, June 18, 7:30pm. Topics on the agenda will include moving Congress and State Legislatures to a Democrats-majority leadership and, of course, putting the brakes on President Trump.Find out more »
Calling all boys -- and for the first time also calling all girls -- in grades K-5 to join Wellesley Cub Scouts Pack 140. Camping, overnights at museums and ballgames, citizenship, service, and just plain fun is what kids can expect. During the school year both the Pack and each Den meet once per month. Expect annual dues to run about $75 per scout. Town-wide sign-up night for Scouts is on Monday, August 13th from 7-8pm at the Wellesley Community Center,…Find out more »
Scout Me In with Wellesley Cub Scouts -- boys and girls, grades K-5 come join the fun with Pack 140. Some of this year’s activities include acting, wild animal exhibits, and bridge building, plus overnights at Battleship Cove and the Ecotarium. Come out to our registration night to sign up and learn more about scouting on Sept. 6th at 6:30pm. Or join us for our first Pack Meeting is Sept. 17, 6:30pm. We meet monthly at the Wellesley Community Center 219 Washington St. For more information…Find out more »
Scout Me In with Wellesley Cub Scouts -- boys and girls, grades K-5 come join the fun with Pack 140. Some of this year’s activities include acting, wild animal exhibits, and bridge building, plus overnights at Battleship Cove and the Ecotarium. Join us for our first Pack Meeting is Sept. 17, 6:30pm. We meet monthly at the Wellesley Community Center 219 Washington St. For more information visit https://www.wellesleypack140.org/ or email [email protected]Find out more »
Learn how to intervene safely during public harassment: Public harassment is on the rise in the United States. Many people would like to intervene when they witness public harassment, but don’t know how to do it safely. Please join the Wellesley Democratic Town Committee at a training on Bystander Intervention led by public health professionals from the Boston University School of Public Health. DATE: Tuesday, September 25 TIME: 7pm - 8:30pm PLACE: Wellesley Community Center, 219 Washington Street Register here Recommended donation: $5.00…Find out more »
The fourth annual Great Wellesley Train Show will take place on Saturday, November 3, 10am-3pm, at the Wellesley Community Center (219 Washington St.), and promises to whisk you away to a host of railroad landscapes through model train setups and dioramas. The show will feature a variety of model train scales, including HO, O and G, the largest of the three. Look for a dedicated Thomas The Tank Engine set-up, too. The Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiast club, a co-sponsor, will…Find out more »
The Wellesley Democratic Town Committee has invited all Town-Wide candidates to take place in a Questions and Answer session on Thursday, February 7th, 8pm at the Wellesley Community Center, 219 Washington Street. The Q & A is open to all, as is a 7pm voter registration postcard event and the business meeting before the Q & A.Find out more »
The World of Wellesley (WOW) and the Wellesley Community Center are excited to sponsor the fourth annual Wellesley Community Book read, All the Real Indians Died Off and 20 Other Myths about Native Americans, by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and Dina Gilio-Whitaker. World of Wellesley invites community organizers and neighborhood book groups to join and support this book discussion, community conversation, and author visit. The goal is for organizations and book groups to discuss the book in their own settings over the next few months. We will…Find out more »
The Wellesley Caucus, for the purpose of electing Delegates to the September 14th convention, is scheduled for Thursday, June 6th. All registered Democrats in Wellesley are eligible to run for election as a Delegate to the State Convention. This year the Convention will take place on September 14th at the MassMutual Center in Springfield, and it will be focused on updating the State Democratic Party Charter, which governs the organization of the State Committee, membership, qualifications and local committee functions.Find out more »
Everyone is invited to a World of Wellesley-sponsored event to explore the question: "What Are Our Community's Core Values?" The community gathering and facilitated dialogue will take place on Tuesday, October 22, 7pm - 9pm, at the Wellesley Community Center, 219 Washington St. Join Wellesley's town leaders for this evening of sharing: Dr. David Lussier, Superintendent of Wellesley Public Schools Chief Jack Pilecki, Wellesley Police Department Meghan Jop, Wellesley Town Executive Director Linda Chow, Wellesley School Committee Ann Mara Lanza,…Find out more »
The WSA Fall show awards reception will be held in Henderson Hall at the Wellesley Community Center on Thursday, October 24th at 6:30pm. The evening will begin with the awards presentation, followed by an informal art talk by award recipients: Margot Hurley, Yale Nicolls, Michelle Lavallee, Joanna Dole, Maria Babb, Nan Rumpf and Katherine Fast. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet local artists and learn more about their process and inspiration for the art on view at the Community…Find out more »
Dick Miller Wellesley Community Center Saturday, November 2, 2019, 10 am to 3 pm The Great Wellesley Train Show arrives for its fifth season. And if that is not enough, The Magic Conductor, featuring Dawn Kelley and Dick Miller, will return by popular demand, to amuse and entertain youth and grownups alike. Magic, humor and railroading will be combined in a zany combination of ad lib humor, close up magic tricks and sheer delight. Food and beverage will be available starting at…Find out more »
The Wellesley Democratic Town Committee will hold its monthly meeting on Tues., January 7, 7pm, at the Wellesley Community Center at 219 Washington St. The speaker is to be announced. About The Event 7pm Social Hour 7:30pm Business Meeting 8pm Presentation The Wellesley Democratic Town Committee (WDTC) is the local, grassroots branch of the Democratic Party. We are established under the authority of the General Laws of Massachusetts (Ch. 52, § 2) and the Charter of the Massachusetts Democratic Party. Under…Find out more »
January is National Blood Donor month, and Wellesley Dental Group will co-host a community blood donation drive on Wed. Jan. 29, 1pm - 6pm., at the Wellesley Community Center at 219 Washington St. For more information about the blood drive, also hosted by the American Red Cross and the Wellesley Police, and the Wellesley Community Center, you can call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767), or register online. Please bring picture identification, and remember to eat a healthy meal and drink plenty of…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 »
CANCELED: Join the Wellesley Democratic Town Committee to hear from candidates running in contested races for town-wide office in Wellesley and from both sides of the Ballot Question regarding Wellesley's Elementary Schools. 7:00 pm Social and Refreshments 7:30 pm Candidate Forum Wellesley Community Center 219 Washington Street, WellesleyFind out more »