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June 1, 2019
90 Wellesley Street
June 12, 2019
11 Town House Road
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May 23, 2019, 1:00 PM @ Council on Aging
Join the Sustainable Weston Action Group at the COA to learn what we can do locally to preserve our future.
May 25, 2019, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Help Land’s Sake with some farming and gardening tasks! Land's Sake hosts a variety of volunteer days throughout the year. They're a great way to get involved in the rhythm of the farm and learn the techniques and processes we use. While no pre-registration is required, we appreciate advance sign ups to help us plan activities in accordance with group size and ages.
May 27, 2019, 10:00 AM
Monday, May 27th will begin with the traditional 9:15 a.m. ringing of the Paul Revere bell at First Parish Church by representatives from the Weston Scouts as a call to all residents to come to Town Hall. The annual Memorial Day Ceremony will begin at 10:00 a.m. the Sears Auditorium with the Weston Police and Fire departments' Honor Guard. The Weston High School Band and a cappella singers will provide the event’s music. Following the service, the WHS Marching Band, escorted by the Honor Guards, will lead the parade with Weston veterans in antique cars supplied by the DeVito family. Parent-supervised, uniformed Weston youth sports teams and Weston Scouts with children's carts and decorated bicycles are encouraged to join in the parade. The traditional wreath-laying at the town's cemeteries will be honored with Taps played. All are welcome.
May 28, 2019, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ JST Barn
After 76 years of serving the Weston community, this will be our last season in the JST Barn. We need your support to make this the best season ever as we reach our goal of raising $10,000. Donations are the backbone of our business and support the Service and Scholarship Fund for graduating WHS seniors. Help us go out with a bang by donating in-season, gently used clothing and household items or make a donation directly to the WCL Service and Scholarship Fund.
The Women’s Community League was established in 1919 and was organized to continue the cooperative service when women rolled bandages & knitted sweaters, mittens, & scarves for the War effort. The Children’s Exchange began officially in Nov. 1942 under the “Committee of Public Safety.” To meet residents' needs, they planned a “second-hands goods” sale. Identifying a continued need, the Children’s Exchange opened in the Unitarian Church on Jan. 3,1943. Then it moved to the Town Hall in the fall of 1943.