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Wayland Cultural Council

Wayland 375, begins an entire year of commemorating and celebrating our rich history as a town and community - a 375th birthday celebration for Wayland 1638-2013. Wayland was the first settlement of Sudbury Plantation in 1638. In 1780 Sudbury divided into two towns. Sudbury and East Sudbury. On March 11, 1835, East Sudbury became Wayland. Opening day is Saturday, June 15th.

The policies and guidelines of the Wayland Cultural Council remain the same and applicants from all disciplines are encouraged to apply.

The officers and members for the next fiscal year are listed below.

We are looking for new WCC board members

The present members are -
Kathryn Grey, Chair
Margarita Cardenas, Recording Secretary
Kay Patterson, Correspondence Secretary
Barbara Hoffman
Wendy Pachter

News & Events

The 2012-2013 Wayland Cultural Council Is proud to have contributed to the following programs:

Shakuntala Dance Drama (Indian culture) performance at Regis College
Discovery Museums (Acton)– Free Family nights
Wayland Senior Center – Theatre of the 30s, 40s & 50s
Stone Carving Sculpture – Contemporary Arts International - Acton
Wayland Concert Series – Wayland Birthday concert original composition
Wayland Reads Poetry 2013 – Poetry Readings
Wayland Children’s Library – story & songs by Davis Bates
Golden Tones – Silver Jubilee concert at Wayland Middle School
Wayland Rec Dept – Dino Man – dinosaur show for grades 2 to 5- free admission
Wayland Rec Dept- Sound of Science – science for grades K to 5 - free admission

Wayland Cultural Council Gallery in the Town Building

We welcome exhibitors and visitors to our Gallery. The theme of the exhibits is usually related to Wayland in some way and includes various artistic media. Potential exhibitors are encouraged to focus on the past as well as the present while exploring different aspects of Wayland and the surrounding communities.

The Gallery provides opportunities to individuals as well as groups and is not limited to the arts. Displays of sports and music events and/or groups are also welcome. Each exhibit runs approximately 4 weeks to 6 weeks.


Please email Amruta Mudambi at if interested in reserving a slot.

Contact Us

Wayland Cultural Council
Kathryn Grey, Chair

Wayland Town Building
41 Cochituate Road
Wayland, MA 01778-2614

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