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WTP Moves Across Town To The Wellesley Theatre Project Studios at the Wellesley Community Center – Open House and Hamiltunes Party to Celebrate Oct 14th

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Wellesley Theatre Project [WTP] is expanding into newly renovated classroom and rehearsal space at the Wellesley Community Center. WTP is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit that has provided youth performing arts education, summer camps and community outreach programs in Wellesley for over five years.

The Wellesley Community Center, the largest common civic organization in town, a private 501 (c)(3),
is home to a growing list of many private, public and town-wide organizations including the The Rotary
Club, The Girl and Boy Scouts of Wellesley, and many more. Starting in October, Wellesley Theatre
Project, will expand its footprint at the Community Center with a total of three newly renovated Studios.
WTP will use the Wellesley Theatre Project Studios at the Wellesley Community Center for all of its
offerings, including performing arts classes, small scale productions, and one-week summer camps. Large
cast productions will continue to be presented at larger local venues. Join us for Madagascar: A Musical
Adventure, Jr. at Babson College’s Sorenson Center this November 17th, 18th, and 19th.

Wellesley Theatre Project will hold an Open House and Hamiltunes: An American Singalong Party to
Celebrate on Saturday, October 14, from 3-6pm (Hamiltunes: An American Singalong will begin at 4pm).

Hamiltunes: An American Singalong is is an official licensed event from the producers of the Tony-Award
winning musical, Hamilton. Attendees will get to sing along to official instrumental tracks of the entire
show. Join us and show off your rap skills! All members of the community are invited to see the
renovated studios and stay for Hamiltunes: An American Singalong.

Registration is open for WTP’s Fall classes and third annual production of A Christmas Carol.
For more information on The Wellesley Theatre Project Studios at the Wellesley Community Center,
Madagascar: A Musical Adventure, Jr., A Christmas Carol, classes, or productions, please visit
here or call 781- 235-1550.

JCDS, Boston’s Jewish Community Day School, Offers Robotics/STEM Events

Monday, October 9th

Sukkot Design Challenge

10:00-11:30am

JCDS (57 Stanley Avenue, Watertown, MA)

Join JCDS, Boston’s Jewish Community Day School on Columbus Day for engineering and robotics activities! This event is for children ages 4-12, and supervised siblings are welcome.

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Tuesday, December 19th

Admissions Information Session: STEM Education Through a Jewish Lens

9:00-11:00am

JCDS (57 Stanley Avenue, Watertown, MA)

The Admissions Information Session is a wonderful opportunity to meet current JCDS parents, see our learning community in action, and engage with our leadership team. On December 19th, learn about our innovative, pioneering STEM curriculum and how our talented team of educators incorporates engineering, robotics, and design thinking with Jewish education.

For more information and to RSVP, please contact Gavi Elkind, Director of Admissions, at GaviE@jcdsboston.org or 617-972-1733.

Rotary Club of Wellesley Announces “Choices, Changes and Chocolate” Workshop

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The Rotary Club of Wellesley announced today a workshop series titled “Choices, Changes and Chocolate” that will train participants on a framework of life skills to address emotional health and wellness.

The first workshop will be held from 7pm – 8pm on Tuesday October 3, 2017 at the Wellesley College Club, 727 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA. The workshop will be led by Dr. Nadja Reilly – author, professor and co-founder of the Family & Educational Wellness Center.

The workshop is a call to action for all Wellesley parents, students, caretakers and youth group leaders to help at home and in our community with social emotional development. Schools are starting to address emotional health and wellness, but these life skills are ideally exercised at home and in daily life. A gap exists for translating these concepts for the home and wider community. This workshop series addresses the gap in skills and language and breaks down barriers to improve communication and support for emotional well being.

Participants are asked to sign up for Choices, Changes and Chocolate at www.WellesleyRotary.org and the workshop is offered at no cost. Attendees are also encouraged to arrive at 6:15 to share a simple buffet meal and easy conversation. Other scheduled workshop dates are November 7th and December 5th.

For more information, contact Bob Anthony, Rotary Club of Wellesley, President, 2017-2018 rwa1645@gmail.com — (781) 727-8617

The local Rotary Club of Wellesley meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 7-8 pm at the Wellesley College Club and is preceded by a buffet that starts at 6:15pm.