Wellesley Community Center is proud to host Diversity Summit IV

Coding Classes Start 9/29
In a world full of challenges, the Wellesley Community Center hosts the first ever workshop designed to address a modern social and economic dilemma; The Digital Divide. Luis Hoderlein, a WHS student, is spearheading the four week program designed to address this challenge on a local level. “What is the Digital Divide? In today’s digital world, access to technology and ability to handle it is as crucial as math and reading, but many children don’t have access to computers.” says Hoderlein.

Wellesley Digital Bridges offers programming classes to middle and high schoolers. All proceeds from these classes will go towards the purchase of computers or tablets which will be distributed to schools in disadvantaged areas, thus bridging the digital divide that exists between areas like Wellesley and under-served school districts.

In order to support this new thinking in civic engagement, the Wellesley Community Center be hosting this five-week class (on Python 2.7 coding) every Friday from 5:00PM until 6:30PM, beginning September 28 and ending October 27.  Registration is $195 per student for the coding class. 

Payments are made through: http://www.wellesleydigitalbridges.wordpress.com

Please note the Fall Semester is sold out.  Look for future notifications of the next class, soon.

The Great Wellesley Train Show Returns!

Show Opens at 10:00AM and runs until 3:00PM.
Back by popular demand, The Great Wellesley Train III show returns to WCC for its third year!  Sponsored by The Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiast club offering vintage railroading from a different perspective. Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiast charters real trains on pre-planned excursions to great appeal!   Co-sponsored by the National Model Railroad Association's very own HUB Division, with some the best modular layouts in the United States! You can learn all about these fantastic organizations with meet and greets with senior staff at the event on Saturday, November 4th 2017. Come enjoy the wares of various train vendors, treating us to exciting gear, accessories and set-ups!  Food services are provided once again by Wellesley's own Express Gourmet of Lower Falls!

Corporate Funding is provided by Needham Bank with offices serving Wellesley, Needham, Ashland, Dedham, Dover, Medfield, Millis, Natick, Westwood and now Beth Isreal Deaconess in downtown Needham.

WCC Presents The Magic of David Oliver Thanksgiving Weekend 11/25!

Society of Young Magicians Monthly Workshop 

If you are between the ages of seven and seventeen and you aren't already a member of the S.Y.M., then you've taken a step in the right direction by visiting our site. Whether you are a beginner or a bit more advanced, you will learn a great deal about magic as a member of this group. To those that are already members of our assembly, I recommend that you check out the John Calvert interview, the S.Y.M. Lending Library list, as well as the updated Calendar. Our assembly celebrated our 26th anniversary this past year, and it's going to be an incredible 27th year coming up! We hope you can join us. In the meantime, enjoy your visit to our virtual home!  To find out more, email:

Derek DuBois

October 13 Wellesley Community Center 6:00PM to 9:30PM

November 10 Wellesley Community Center 6:00PM to 9:30PM

December 08 Wellesley Community Center 6:00PM to 9:30PM

Donate Here

A Message from the Executive Director

The WCC was established in 1977 as a Massachusetts non-profit to benefit the town of Wellesley and the MetroWest area. We retain an all-volunteer Board of Directors whose members serve to make our community a better place in which to live.  This is our fortieth year serving the community and surrounding area.