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This year, we are inviting Waban neighbors and businesses to help us in a new endeavor “Waban Lights”. We have contracted with a professional outdoor lighting company to properly light our fabulous evergreen tree in the middle of Waban Square. Waban is our village and pride has never run deeper, especially after such run-away successes like Waban Village Day. Please join us and help “Waban Lights” by making a contribution to the project. Everyone’s hard work will be unveiled at our annual Waban Winterfun Tree Lighting and Sing-along on Sunday, December 8 at 4:30pm.
Last year's event featured bands from Newton North High School, this year we turn to Newton South:
11 am: The Newton South High School Jazz Combo
This group of eight young musicians is Newton South High School's top jazz improvisational unit. Come hear the sound of Newton's next generation of jazzers right now! - Conducted by Ed Harlow
11:45 Ed Harlow's The Original Gentlemen
The Odd Couple: A Conversation with Two of the PMC’s Most Chronologically Gifted Riders
By Lauren Gibbons Paul
5-22 TODAY: Please register at the Race start
5K Family Fun Run
Race Start/Finish 10:00am -Waban Library Center 1608 Beacon Street
All Runners must sign in at 9:00am on race day! You will need to sign a Waiver of Liability.
Children are allowed to use scooters and bikes on the race course and will be considered Fun Run participants.
Non Waban Resident Vendor Fee $40 (+$2 Paypal fee)
Waban Resident Vendor Fee $25 (+$1 Paypal fee)
Youth (HS and below) Vendor Fee $15 (+$1 Paypal fee)
Benefit the Waban Library Center Join us for an evening of Elegance and Festivity! Storewide samplesand music by Newton's own Magic Flutes! Oyster tasting with Expert Richard Rush! Do your shopping and enjoy music and food and help support your WLC. Whole Foods Market, 916 Walnut Street,Newton 617-969-1141
Here's a chance to clean those piles of used electronics and canned food off your shelves and help our friends Newton Food Pantry at the same time! Give needy Newton families a much-needed boost by tossing your dusty computers and extra cans of cranberry sauce into your car and heading down to the Waban Library Center this weekend. The crew from Ethical Electronics Recycling will be there from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, December 8 & 9, rain or snow or shine.
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The Waban Improvement Society’s 14th Annual Progressive Dinner is March 11, 2017. Attendance in past years has helped make this evening one of our neighborhood’s most popular and cherished new traditions. Every year, we are all treated to an evening of new and renewed friendships, the warm hospitality of neighbors, delicious cuisine and delightful conversation. We come together as neighbors in one another’s homes and are once again reminded of how exceptional Waban truly is. Please contact Ilana Steel 617.875.2965 email@example.com for coordination of your food participation as well as any questions you may have. If you are hosting, you do not pay a fee.
WIS Non- Member price $26 per person (includes $1 paypal fee)
WIS Member price $21 per person (includes $1 paypal fee)
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