Sunday April 22, 2018 1 pm, attend a Talk and Book Signing By Mark Richardson from The New England Wildflower Society at Russell’s Garden Center.
Mark Richardson from The New England Wildflower Society will talk about using native plants to help you design beautiful and hardy gardens that are drought and pest resistant, attract beneficial insects, pollinators and don’t need a lot of pampering because they have evolved in our New England growing conditions.
Book signing of Mark’s new book co-authored by colleague Dan Jaffewill follow the talk.
Tickets are $10.00. Pre-registration is recommended.
Email Marie (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call her at 508 358-2283 x 394.
On Saturday April 22, 2017, from 12:00-4:00, celebrate Earth Day with a potluck lunch and a tour of the first Passive House in Wayland at Frank Briber and Fran Pollitt’s home (113 Concord Rd., Wayland, MA). Meet the artist Heather … read more
Saturday, 30 April, 9 AM-2 PM: TWO NET-ZERO and LEED Gold Homes in Wayland and Concord 1) OPEN HOUSE: The “Toaster House,” at 17 Waltham Rd. in Wayland was designed and built by Tempietto Homes of Sudbury as part of their “Solar … read more
On Sunday, April 24, 2-4 PM, visit three more open houses for Earth Month. Visit Tony and Margie Lee’s solar house at 14 Brooks Road (look for the Earth flag), featuring a solar photovoltaic system that was put in through … read more
On Saturday, April 16, between 1-4 PM, visit all three OPEN HOUSES: 1) OPEN HOUSE: Wayland architect and retrofit specialist Doug Sacra will show the solar photovoltaic canopy system in his garden on 55 Glezen Lane, as well as the new … read more
On Sunday, April 17: 12-2 PM, meet at the end of Forty Acres Drive (off of Route 27) for the Electric Vehicle Brag Fest! ”Tour” a wide array of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids, talk to the owners, take a spin in … read more
This year, Wayland will celebrate not a day, not a weekend, but a whole Month of Earth… day. This is our line-up so far: MOVIE: Friday, April 15, 7:30 PM: Screening of Food Chains at First Parish, 50 Cochituate Road… … read more
Wayland Cleans Up Rained On But Not Rained Out special to the Wayland Town Crier About thirty volunteers braved the drizzle, then the steady rain on Saturday morning for Wayland Cleans Up! The communal clean-up used to be a popular … read more