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Sixty Stax Holiday Trunk Show at Isabel Harvey December 14th


Donate Today To Bring More Fresh, Local, Healthy Products to the Wellesley Food Pantry

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The Wellesley Farmers’ Market Food Pantry Fund is looking for donations that will provide local sustenance to help feed Wellesley’s hungry, while supporting local New England food growers and producers.

To help individuals and families buy the nourishment needed for good health, please donate.

“We are grateful for Wellesley Farmers’ Market for enabling donations to Wellesley Food Pantry to connect our clients with fresh, tasty ingredients and craft products to ensure healthy food options,” said Peter Lull, the new President of the Wellesley Food Pantry.

Click here to learn more about the Wellesley Food Pantry or here for more information on the weekly, pre-order, easy pick up at Wellesley Farmers’ Market.

Wellesley Farmers’ Market’s new model offers local, fresh, delicious products from more than 50 farmers and producers. To pick up, or have your order delivered, go here.


Wellesley Theatre Project Presents A Christmas Carol

Wellesley Theatre Project (WTP) will present, A CHRISTMAS CAROL Friday, December 8th at 7pm, Saturday, December 9th & 16th at 2pm & 7pm, and Sunday, December 10th & 17th at 2pm.  All performances will take place at the WTP Studios at The Wellesley Community Center located at 219 Washington Street, Wellesley 02481.  A limited number of tickets are available at $15 for adults and $10 for students and seniors, and may be purchased online in advance, or at the door for $18 for adults and $12 for students and seniors.

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This WTP adaption of Charles Dickens, A CHRISTMAS CAROL is the story of a bitter old miser named Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformation into a gentler, kinder man after visitations by various ghosts. Join us for this uplifting holiday story of redemption, magic, and hope.  Director, Ben Rush says, “This is our third annual production, but it is a whole new experience. A brand new set design, the largest cast, and more spooky magic are sure to make this year’s ‘Carol’ a very special one.”

This production class began rehearsing in October, and features a talented cast limited to only those students selected for roles after an audition. The production has a cast of 22 students between the ages of eight and fourteen who bring to life this classic ghost story. Cast members of A CHRISTMAS CAROL reside in Wellesley as well as neighboring communities including Needham, Dover, and Medfield.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL production staff includes: Ben Rush, Director; Megan Pillsbury, Costume Designer; Ben Rush, Scenic Designer; Seif Cristobal, Lighting Designer and Alexa Lambert; Stage Manager.

Wellesley Theatre Project is an arts academy and a Wellesley nonprofit devoted to providing students (PreK – 12th Grade) with the opportunity to study and experience theatre and performing arts through year round classes, staged productions, workshops and summer camps.

Registration is open for WTP’s Winter/Spring classes and productions including Cinderella (Grades 2-12), 13: The Musical (Grades 6-12), and The Complete Works of Shakespeare [Abridged] (Grades 5-12). In addition, registration is open for 2018 Summer Camps. Sessions include three production camps geared for students between 2nd and 12th grade in addition to one week Theatre Arts camps for Pre K- 12th grade. The production camps are: Magic Tree House: Dinosaurs Before Dark (Grades 2-8), James and the Giant Peach (Grades 2-12), and 1776: An American Musical (Grades 9-12).

For more information about A CHRISTMAS CAROL or classes and productions, please visit www.wellesleytheatreproject.org or call 781- 235-1550.