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Join Sustainable Wellesley for Dinner and a Movie!



Movie nights will take place in the Wakelin Room at the Wellesley Free Library and are free and open to the public, with dinner served!

Registration Required.

Doors open at 6:15 p.m. and screenings start at 6:45 p.m.

Following each film will be a brief Q&A and discussion ending at 9 p.m.

Monday, February 12th, Triple Divide: “The best documentary on fracking” (Dinner: Chipotle)

Wednesday, March 14th, PlanEat: Nothing changes the planet as much as the way we eat (Dinner: Cocobeet)

Wednesday, April 11th: A Plastic Ocean: We need a wave of change. (Dinner: Sweet Green)

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.


Soul (Re)Cycle: The Village Church Rummage Sale Keeps On Giving

Screen Shot 2017-10-30 at 9.49.09 AM Screen Shot 2017-10-30 at 9.51.07 AM Every year, in the beginning of November, a little bit of alchemy happens at the Wellesley Village Church in Wellesley center. Somehow, a gently used sweater or an outgrown toy morphs into scholarships for needy students or food for children who are hungry after school in Framingham. Or a box of Christmas ornaments or a painting helps send a child to summer camp. This bit of magic doesn’t happen without many helping hands along the way, however. The legendary rummage sale that tansforms thousands of items each year into funds for local organizations is supported by more than 100 volunteers…

Read more in the Digital Edition of the Fall 2017 Issue of WellesleyWeston Magazine.

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