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Calendar of Meetings

  1. Community Preservation Committee Public Hearing

    October 26, 2020, 7:00 PM @ via online meeting platform

    Public Hearing regarding the needs, possibilities, and resources for Community Preservation Act funds and to seek public opinion regarding the appropriations proposed for funding at the next Special or Annual Town Meeting for Fiscal Year 2021 or Fiscal Year 2022. Public participation instructions included on the posted agenda.

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Community Events

  1. Early In-person Voting for State Election

    October 26, 2020, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM @ Town Hall

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Council on Aging Events

  1. Exercise for Every Body

    October 26, 2020, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

    This class provides cardio, stretching & strengthening in a non-threatening environment. Participants work on cardiopulmonary fitness, balance, improve joint range of motion and learn proper form for strength training of both upper and lower body. Exercises are done standing, but chairs are available if one needs to sit down during the class. It is appropriate for all levels of fitness..

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  2. Zumba with Ellen

    October 26, 2020, 10:05 AM - 11:05 AM

    A high energy class with dance moves to Latin and world music songs, while the instructor leads and breaks the moves down into smaller steps. Ability to step forward, backward and to each side is useful in this class, but all levels are welcome.

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  3. Brain Wellness: A Comprehensive Non-Pharmacological Approach to Maintaining Brain Wellness and the Science Behind It

    October 26, 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    In this 6-week series Yuval Malinsky will cover 8 components of a comprehensive nonpharmacological approach to maintaining brain wellness. This series will explore the advancement in understanding the brain and discuss lifestyles that research has shown can reduce the risk of dementia. Each session will end with engaging brain exercises. Yuval Malinsky is co-founder and CEO of Vigorous Mind, Inc. which develops and sells a scientifically-based life enrichment and brain wellness software for the senior living market and for seniors at home. This program will take place on Zoom and can be joined by phone audio.

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  4. Functional Fitness

    October 26, 2020, 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM

    This class focuses on exercises and movements that tone muscles and improve the ability to perform everyday activities. The main emphasis is on core strengthening to improve balance, posture, coordination, stability, range of motion and flexibility. There is a combination of chair and standing exercises helps focus on different muscle groups, minimizing the possibility of repetitive movement injuries. Functional Fitness is open to all levels of fitness and includes use of dyna bands, light hand/leg weights & pilates rings, all of which are supplied.

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  5. Yoga

    October 26, 2020, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    This “slow flow” class is for anyone who can get up and down off a yoga mat. No previous experience is required and everyone moves at his or her own pace. Yoga poses increase strength, improve mobility and enhance balance. Mats and props provided.

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  6. Trail Walk with Weston Forest and Trail

    October 26, 2020, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Meet at 1:50 at Lamson Park playground next to Town Hall

    Join Weston Forest and Trail Association for a guided trail walk. The walk will begin at the Lamson Park Playground next to Town Hall. Minutemen mustered in Lamson Park in 1775 before marching to Concord/Lexington. We will "muster" in the park before we walk north from the playground on one of Weston's lesser known trails. We will then follow the new Rail Trail west a short distance to Concord Road, returning on a different trail. On route we will rest for a moment on Weston's newest Boy Scout project, a bench overlooking a small pond next to the Rail Trail. For any amateur photographers—bring your camera or smartphone. The COA will post interesting shots of Weston's flora and fauna that we happen upon during our walk. The walk will take approximately 90 minutes. Limit: 12 participants. Contact the COA to register. All attendees are asked to adhere to social distancing guidelines and wear a mask when social distancing is not possible.

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