Guidelines for Submission of Narrative or Flyers
All narrative and flyers must meet the District’s guidelines for inclusion. The guidelines provide that items must be directly related to school- or Town-based community events. The Wellesley Public Schools is not responsible for any misprints and/or misinformation contained within a flyer, or any flyer(s) that do not get posted to the webpage. The Wellesley Public Schools will do its best to accommodate all posting requests in a timely manner. and will typically post items on Fridays. No new flyers will be posted during the summer, the first week of school, school vacations or the last full week of school. Narrative and/or flyers should be submitted for approval to Addie Doherty at email@example.com.
The Wellesley Hills Junior Women’s Club (WHJWC) will host the 43 rd annual Wellesley Marketplace on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at the Wellesley High School, 50 Rice Street, Wellesley from 9am-4pm.
Marketplace is an annual retail favorite for those seeking unique holiday gifts for family and friends. Shoppers have access to over 200 vendors and artisans from New England and afar. Available wares include gourmet foods, hostess and teacher gifts, jewelry and clothing, home accessories, ornaments, children’s toys and accessories, even dog toys and treats.
Visit www.whjwc.org for tickets and more details.
Wednesday, December 4, 7:30 – 9 pm
A presentation on how to run for local public office will be held at the Warren Building, Room 008. Are you considering becoming a candidate for Town office? Now’s the time to get organized for the March 2020 Town Election! The LWV Wellesley is sponsoring an evening to discuss how Wellesley’s town government works, what offices will be on the ballot next March, and the nuts and bolts of running a campaign. Town Clerk KC Kato and Town Moderator Mark Kaplan will be our featured speakers. Light refreshments will be served.
Thursday, December 5, 7 – 9 pm
Sunday, December 8, 1 – 3 pm
Special Town Meeting Prep Session in the Great Hall, Wellesley Town Hall. These prep sessions are useful to find out what was going on for any resident, and it’s a good opportunity for anyone thinking of running for town-wide office or as a Town Meeting Member to learn about the high priority items expected to be presented at Town Meeting. Sunday, December 8 program is a repeat of the Dec. 5 program.
At some point in your life, you’re going to be expected to know how to do things that nobody ever really taught you how to do. Nobody can say for sure when that will be, but you don’t want to feel unprepared! Check out this new series of practical skills sessions for teens aged 13-17. Sign up required at wellesleyfreelibrary.org or by calling 781-235-1610 x1107. For more information, email Marisca Mozeleski at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for detailed information of each session.