WAYLAND, MA – Welcome to the November 1 edition of the Monday Manual, where we highlight important events coming up during the week (as well as a local fact) in seven Patch communities between Framingham and Worcester.
This week we start at Wayland, which sent three women to WWI. The Great War was the first American women were allowed to serve. They did not go to the front, but they paved the way for women in the armed forces. Wayland Public Library will be giving a longer talk on their wayland ties sunday.
A new event at Wayland is taking place on Friday. Students in the Wayland High School Connect program will host a pumpkin smash in the school parking lot. And they are looking for pumpkin donations.
The special fall municipal assembly continues. The members of the municipal assembly will meet again Monday evening, taking up Article 28 (of 49). You can see what remains to vote here.
Welcome in November: property taxes are due. Payments for Q2 2021 taxes are due to the treasurer by the end of the business day, otherwise you may be liable for late penalties.
Election day is Tuesday! Check out Marlborough’s voting guide here. Other than that, orders are due by Saturday for the annual Marlborough Junior Women’s Club Chicken Pie Sale. Fundraising supports the club’s influence. Learn more here.
Election day is Tuesday! Check out the Worcester voting guide here. Apart from that, Worcester will officially open the new Doherty High School on Wednesday morning. the $ 293 million school is expected to be open in time for the 2024-25 school year.
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