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Community Events

  1. Weston Public Library: Meet Your Neighbors, A Weekly Social Hour

    September 22, 2022, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    We hope that you will drop in to meet your neighbors! A weekly social hour Thursdays 7-8 PM, September 15th - November 3rd, in the Weston Public Library Reading Room. No registration is necessary. The Weston Public Library will provide a warm and welcoming gathering place and the pleasure of your company is the only requirement. Come alone or bring a friend and engage in conversation as you connect with others in our community.

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Council on Aging Events

  1. COA 101

    September 22, 2022, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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    Weston COA, Ground Level, Weston Community Center, 20 Alphabet Lane

    COA staff will provide an introduction to all the COA has to offer. We have a variety of programs, fitness, transportation, volunteer opportunities, referrals, and assistance you may not be aware is available for you. We will also cover specific ways in which the social workers can be helpful to you and your family. Advance sign up is requested but drop-in is welcome. Call the COA at 781-786-6280 to register.

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  2. The Dark Treason of Benedict Arnold

    September 22, 2022, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
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    Weston COA, Ground Level, Weston Community Center, 20 Alphabet Lane

    Benedict Arnold is the most famous turncoat in American history. He was a skilled officer in George Washington’s Continental Army who began secretly communicating with British intelligence agents, giving them insider information, and dramatically defecting to their side in return for a mountain of cash. University of Maryland Historian Richard Bell reconstructs the life and times of Benedict Arnold, the reasons for this treason, and the larger problems of betrayal and desertion that dogged the Continental Army throughout the war. Seating is limited for this popular event. Call the COA at 781-786-6280 to register.

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