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February 5, 2019, 7:45 AM @ Brook School Apartments
February 5, 2019, 8:00 AM @ High School (Asst. Principal's Conference Room)
February 5, 2019, 1:00 PM @ Library Conference Room
February 5, 2019, 7:00 PM @ WPD Training Room
February 5, 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.
February 5, 2019, 7:00 PM @ WHS Media Center
Parents and guardians are invited to a presenta0on on Stanford’s Challenge Success program, a new initiative designed to foster student well-being at WHS. Jon Kleiman, Challenge Success School Program Director for the Eastern Region, will talk about the “Well-Balanced Student;” how to reduce academic stress without sacrificing achievement; establish a healthier home environment; and increase your teen’s resilience, creativity, and well-being. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.
February 5, 2019, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM @ Council on Aging Gathering Room
This class is for people with some experience with Tai Chi. Tai Chi is a slow form Martial Art that is beneficial to your health: improve balance, joint flexibility, muscle tone, breathing and blood pressure while easing tension and stress. Jon teaches a variation of the Yang style – typically called “Cheng Man-Ch’ing” style.
February 5, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Council on Aging Gathering Room
This class is for people who are newer to Tai Chi. Tai Chi is a slow form Martial Art that is beneficial to your health: improve balance, joint flexibility, muscle tone, breathing and blood pressure while easing tension and stress. Jon teaches a variation of the Yang style – typically called “Cheng Man-Ch’ing” style.
January 30, 2019 - February 28, 2019 @ gallery
Alexandra Sheldon, an artist from Cambridge, spent several months painting in Weston in 2017/2018. She was entranced by the beautiful roads and trees. She was especially interested in the relationship between the rural and the infringement of the urban. Alexandra’s mother and stepfather had lived in Weston for years and returning to paint here was a nostalgic and lovely experience.
February 5, 2019, 3:00 PM
The Weston Public Library is pleased to welcome back acclaimed actor Stephen Colins, who will perform "Butterfly" by Carl A. Rossi, a one-man show about the life and times of James McNeil Whistler, the volatile American artist who struggled for artistic expression and personal freedom mostly in Victorian England. The play depicts Whistler at two phases of his life: first as a bankrupt artist in his 40s on commission in Venice, then as the lonely but established legend in his 60s living in London. The play ends with an explanation of how it was he came to paint the iconic portrait of his mother. Collins is a classically-trained actor who has performed in many productions.
February 5, 2019, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Community Room
Girls Who Code, a national nonprofit working to close the gender gap in tech, seeks to reverse the decline by teaching 100,000 girls to code by the end of 2018. The Girls Who Code Club is a free after-school program for 6-12th grade girls to use computer science to impact their community. The Club will be hosted at the Weston Public Library with a group of 20 students and will be taught every Tuesday starting October 9th by industry professionals in computer science.
If you were unable to attend the Information Session you can sign up for the Girls Who Code Program by calling 781-786-6166 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.