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Weekend Happenings: Anniversary Celebration, Storytime, Gospel Music and More

Our picks for things to do this weekend in and near Wayland, Weston, Sudbury and Acton.

Weston300 Events

When/Where: Various.

The Buzz: The weather isn't cooperating for Winterfest so it's been postponed, but there are still a number of Weston300 events scheduled for Saturday, including an Open House at First Parish, J. Ward Carter Awards Ceremony and Candlelight Reception and more.

Price: Free

Storytime and a Farmers' Market

When/Where: The Wayland Winter Farmers' Market is open from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and the Wayland Children and Parent's Association will take place at 10:30 a.m. at Russell's Garden Center.

The Buzz: You already know that the Wayland Winter Farmers' Market is the place for local food, produce and products, but on Saturday it's also the place where members of Wayland Dads will present themed stories for kids.

Price: Free

Comedy-Hypnosis Show and Fundraiser

When/Where: Friday, 7 p.m. at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School

The Buzz: Hypnotist Dan Candell will invite audience members to either watch the show or be a part of it. Proceeds from ticket sales will support the Invisible Children organization.

Price: $10

Coffeehouse with the Washed Up Beulah Band

When/Where: Saturday, 8 p.m. at Acton Congregtional Church

The Buzz: 1930s-40s radio Gospel music with rich vocal textures, syncopated rhythms, and train-whistle harmonies.

Price: Adult tickets are $15, $12 in advance; children and seniors, $10

 

Isabella Jancourtz January 11, 2013 at 04:04 PM
WHS alumni reception 2pm Sat at library, hosted by the Weston Historical Society, is one event to look forward to tomorrow. The exhibit, chronicling 300 years of Weston history, is well worth a visit and will be at the library for a month before going on the road. However some of these precious artifacts will not be traveling. Another fun event tomorrow is the cocktail reception at the Town Hall from 6:30 to 8:30pm. Sam (Bush, class of 1972) and I plan to attend both events and look forward to seeing friends and neighbors as we celebrate our town's 300th birthday.
Isabella Jancourtz January 12, 2013 at 04:57 AM
11am Sat, Sam and I will award the Weston Peace Prize to Inge Engler at the Flower Power Peace Pot at the corner of Church Street and Boston Post Road. Inge has stood for peace almost every Saturday for over a decade, rain or shine. Sometimes she is there entirely alone. I wouldn't be surprised if Inge refuses to accept her prize. She may just laugh us off, but it will be worth it. We've had some bright moments at the Flower Pot. Many have stood with Inge over the years and some, like Ken Fish and Brendan Maher, are on the other side now. Soon we shall be with them, you and I. Shall we stand for something worth standing for while we're here? Or just remain seated and reach for the remote?
Isabella Jancourtz January 12, 2013 at 05:43 PM
Inge accepts the Weston Peace Prize, with gracious good humor. It is a T-shirt with John Lennon's art saying "Come Together," Which Yoko had been selling at show of his paintings and drawings called "Yoko Ono presents 'Imagine Peace' Celebrating John's Message of Peace and Love." Another bright moment at the Flower Power Peace Pot. Come join us some Saturday morning, from 11 to 11:30am. It is an island of sanity in a mad, mad, mad, mad world. Thanks, Inge, for keeping the peace vigil going all these years.

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