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March 4, 2018
Wayland High School
March 5, 2018
11 Town House Road
March 7, 2018
Weston Public Library
March 21, 2018
87 School Street
March 21, 2018
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April 9, 2017, 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History
Do you have old stamp albums or boxes of stamps collecting dust? Have you inherited stamp albums or envelopes and wonder if they have any value?
The Spellman Museum is holding its annual Stamp Roadshow. For only $40, stamp experts will review stamp collections and provide information on how to sell the collection, how to add to the collection or recommend how to properly store the stamps. Evaluations will be done on a first come, first served basis and will last up to 30 minutes. The Museum will accept donations of collections, which can qualify as a charitable tax deduction. The Riverside Stamp Show will have dealers on hand who may be interested in certain collections.
Admission to the entire Museum that day is free. Current exhibits include: Presidents on Stamps, Celebrating Women’s History Month, Spring Flowers, The Boston Post Road, Comic Books and Stamps, Rural Free Delivery History and antique stamp games and stamp cases.
April 9, 2017, 2:45 PM - 4:45 PM @ Weston Public Library
Land’s Sake is a non-profit community farm located in Weston and dedicated to connecting people to the land. Land’s Sake runs sustainable land management, environmental education, and food donation programs. Learn more at our Annual Meeting, which is open to the public. We will start with light snacks. The meeting begins at 3pm with Board business and elections, followed by a report from our Executive Director, Pam Hess, and a presentation from Brian Donahue titled “A New England Food Vision.” Brian Donahue is an associate professor of American Environmental Studies on the Jack Meyerhoff Fund and the director of the Brandeis University Environmental Studies program.