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  1. Baby Signing! with Sheryl White

    February 23, 2021, 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM @ Zoom Program (in the comfort of your own home)

    Relieve frustration and learn to communicate with your baby before they learn to talk--and have fun at the same time! This is a live Zoom class.

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  2. Court Hearing: Authority to Cancel 2021 Town Caucus

    February 23, 2021, 12:00 PM @ via online meeting platform

    Meeting ID: 161 435 8560; Meeting Passcode: 904043; Call-in phone number: 646-828-7666

    In light of the restrictions on public gatherings due to COVID-19, the Town filed with the Middlesex Superior Court a Verified Complaint and Emergency Motion for Preliminary Injunction to authorize the cancellation of the 2021 Town Caucus in favor of using nomination papers instead. The papers would require 10 signatures of registered voters rather than 50. The official notice and court filing can be read online. The meeting link will be posted here as soon as it is received.

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  3. Problems with Invasive Shrubs: Identify, Remove, Replace

    February 23, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ via online platform

    Recommended by Weston's Tree Advisory Group as an educational opportunity to protect Weston’s natural resources, join the Town of Wellesley’s Horticulturist and Landscape Planner Cricket Vlass to learn how invasive plants are not only a threat to conservation lands, but also pose a threat in your yard. In this 1-hour webinar, learn:
    why invasive shrubs are a threat not only to native plants but also to wildlife such as birds and butterflies;
    what the six types of local invasive shrubs are, including burning bush, oriental bittersweet, bush honeysuckle, Japanese barberry, glossy buckthorn, and multiflora rose;
    how to identify and remove these invasive shrubs; and what native plants to use to replace these invasives.

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