Wayland Middle School Chromebook pickup and parent/student orientation: The registration and orientation process is 60 minutes long. Parents should arrive promptly at the time for which they've registered. The first 30 minutes is for processing/registration, picking up the device and logging in. The second 30 minutes is a mandatory informational session in the theater. Attendance is required by all 6th grade and newly-enrolled students with a parent or guardian. Registration is required for your student ONLY. Do not include parents or siblings when reserving a ticket. There is no need to print your ticket. Please click Register to select a date and time. Student - $0.00
Event Description( Please note you must be a Boston Aristocracy member to come to this event. Join us at www.bostonaristocracy.com )Had a long work week? Yeah, so have weMeet us every Friday at Post 390 in Back Bay from 6-8 pmGrab a martini and relax before the weekendJoin other Aristocracy members and make some new friends. Who knows, maybe you'll find a new Friday night dateThere may or may not be a Aristocracy rep at all of these Fridays but we will create a reserved table under Boston Aristocracy. Just check in with the host. Please let us know if you cannot make it after RSVPingReservations close out the day before
When: Aug 26, 2016 6pm to Aug 26, 2016 8pm in Wayland, MA
As a fitness alternative to health clubs and gyms, Artisan's serene, inviting atmosphere, good humor, safe and scientific approach, and attention to individual physical needs provide a unique fitness experience, just five minutes from Framingham, Natick, Sudbury.
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.