Ma'yan Tikvah - A Wellspring of Hope
Ma'yan Tikvah - A Wellspring of Hope

Wayland Walks

Wayland Walks is a program of Wayland 375, supported by Transition Wayland and Ma'yan Tikvah, which aims to engage people with diverse backgrounds, interests, and abilities, and civil and social organizations, in a wide variety of projects to walk, assess, mark and maintain, and make more accessible Wayland's public trails and the natural and cultural endowment of our wetland, water and river system, woods and meadows, thereby increasing awareness and enjoyment of our natural resources and helping to shape a generation of stewards that is conscious of that legacy facing a future of climate and development pressures.

 

Wayland Walks plans to produce a comprehensive map of all of Wayland's trail networks, which we will present as a 375th anniversary gift, from one generation to the next.

 

To learn more, contact Katy Allen or Janot Mendler.

 

 

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Upcoming Events

 

Outdoor Services:

 

Fri. August 25

6:30 PM

Greenways Conservation Area, 

Wayland

 

Sat. Sept. 16

10:00 AM

Heard Conservation Area,

Wayland

 

Rosh HaShanah 

Thur, Sept 21,

9:30 AM

Cedar Hill Camp,

Waltham, MA

(accessible by MBTA bus)

 

Rosh HaShanah Potluck Dinner

Thur, Sept 21,

6:30 PM

Shillman House

Framingham

 

Kol Nidre Service

Fri, September 29,

6:30 PM

Congregational Church of Weston

 Weston

 

Yom Kippur 

Sat, September 30, 9:30 AM

Camp Chickami

Wayland

 

Neilah Service & Potluck Break-fast

Sat, September 30, 5:30 PM

(In case of rain, start time will be 6:00 PM.)

Common Street Spiritual Center

Natick

Where to Find Us

 

Ma'yan Tikvah - A Wellspring of Hope


237 Old Connecticut Path
Wayland, MA 01778


Phone: 1 508.358.5996

 

Email: rabbi@mayantikvah.org

 

Blog: www.mayantikvah.

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