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  1. Calendar Overlay Calendar of Meetings (3)
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Calendar of Meetings

  1. Permanent Building Committee

    May 6, 2020, 7:00 PM @ online meeting platform

    see agenda for web participation

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  2. Planning Board Regular Meeting

    May 6, 2020, 7:00 PM @ online meeting platform

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  3. Sustainability Committee

    May 6, 2020, 7:00 PM @ online meeting platform

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Council on Aging Events

  1. Functional Fitness

    May 6, 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Improve balance, posture, coordination, stability, range of motion and flexibility. Open to all levels of fitness using dynabands, light hand/leg weights & pilates rings.

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  2. Muscle Building & Balance

    May 6, 2020, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Using resistance bands and exercises set to upbeat music, you’ll focus on areas like muscle toning, core strengthening and lower back support. Ankle strengthening will improve balance and stretching helps your posture. Learn how you can prevent falls; in the event of one you’ll learn techniques for managing trips and landings.

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  3. What's the Buzz on Bees?

    May 6, 2020, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Hosted by the Weston COA online through Zoom

    Bees are an economically important and biologically diverse group of organisms. Did you know that they affect one in every three mouthfuls of food that we eat? Unfortunately, bee populations have struggled in recent years to survive and thrive in our shared environment. Is there anything the general public can do to improve the fate of important bee pollinators, and our own? Join the COA to learn about how bee colonies work, why bees need our help, and the ways you can support good pollinator health in your own home. Professor Heather Mattila of Wellesley College, an expert in the behavioral ecology of honey bees, will discuss what you need to know about honey bees and other bee pollinators to help them function at their best. This presentation is hosted by the Weston COA but open to everyone! Contact the COA to sign up, 617-786-6280 or frady.k@westonmass.org Please be ready to share your email address with us so that we can register you.

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