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Fall College A Cappella Concert
The whole family is invited to the Fall 2016 College A Cappella Concert to enjoy the fantastic line-up of first-rate a cappella groups including the Harvard Veratones, Northeastern UniSons, and Simmons Sirens. In addition, Wayland High School's own talented student a cappella groups, the Madrigals, the Muses, and the T-Tones will also perform. Tickets are available for sale online until 4pm December 3 or until they sell out. After 4pm, any remaining tickets will be sold at the door.  Doors open at 7pm and complimentary refreshments will be served at intermission.  All proceeds benefit the visual and performing arts at Wayland High School. See you at the show!

When: Dec 3, 2016 7:30PM in Wayland, MA

Wayland Center Holiday Open House

Welcome new library director Dana Mastroiani, enjoy refreshments, and join in a family sing-a-long of favorite winter and holiday songs led by

Wayland musician Fran Friedman. The family sing-a-long will be from 3-4 p.m.

Location: Raytheon Room

When: Dec 4, 2016 3pm to Dec 4, 2016 5pm in Wayland, MA

Hindi Bilingual Drop-in Storytime

Listen to stories and sing songs in both Hindi and English in this

special bilingual storytime led by librarians Vandana Sodder and Pam McCuen.

For ages 4 and up.

When: Dec 5, 2016 4pm to Dec 5, 2016 5pm in Wayland, MA

Buy Local
Dudley Chateau 
20 Crest Road
Wayland, MA 01778

Located on the shores of Dudley Pond in Cochituate, The Dudley Chateau is the place to watch the Red Sox, Patriots, Bruins & Celtics on the new Flatscreen HD TVs. Play darts & enjoy a famous 10 oz. Angus Steak Burgers or choose from the extensive menu that goes beyond the traditional "pub grub" with healthy alternatives.
About Wayland, MA
Located to the west of Boston, Wayland was originally settled as part of the Sudbury Plantation in 1673. Although incorporated during the year 1780 it was not founded as a town until 1835.

The town was named after a woman by the name of Francis Wayland who started the first free public library in Massachusetts in the year 1848, and was also a preacher and president of Brown University.

The town attractions include the Ground Herd House as well as the Depot which is a small shop in an old train station. Wayland also includes one of the best school systems in the state of Massachusetts.