Our 2018 Summer Appeal Starts Today!

As you may remember, the Wellesley Community Center had a feature article on the history of the institution in Wellesley Weston Magazine Winter Issue, last year.  This was an exciting opportunity to showcase our work and mission as the largest common civic organization in town.  We are into our fortieth anniversary as the brain child of the Wellesley Jaycees and the product of committed community leaders.


We are entering into a new phase, playing a valuable role as a center for the arts, supporting the greater community with the theatrical, musical and arts and crafts population.  We are fortunate to be the right resource at the right time; and we thank both individuals and groups for allowing us the privilege to serve their needs.


While our strategic direction evolves, our outreach for civic engagement continues to expand, supporting not just the Wellesley School District,

but other districts in Eastern Mass through professional development programs. In grand tradition, we also support Scouting, cultural outreach, World of Wellesley, Junior Women’s Club, Wellesley Friendly Aid, league sports, and a very long and expanding list of other groups.  We are honored to provide them with the resources to support their valuable services, not to mention the business community at large.


It is that time again for our Summer Appeal; and we hope you will take advantage of our online donation capabilities on the home page of our website.   Please support ‘The Place Where Wellesley Meets’.  Let’s make this Summer Appeal our best ever!


World of Wellesley
Wellesley Chamber of Commerce
Wellesley Conservation Council
Wellesley Little League
Wellesley Youth Basketball
Wellesley Youth Lacrosse
Wellesley United Soccer
Wellesley School District
Wellesley Service League
Wellesley Hills Women’s Junior Club
Wellesley Friendly Aid
Lymphoma & Leukemia Society
Wellesley Society of Artists
Wellesley Theatre Project
Wellesley Historical Society
Massachusetts League of Women Voters
Democratic Town Committee
Republican Town Committee
Cub Scouts of Wellesley
Boy Scouts Knox Trail Council
Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass
American Needlepoint Guild
Business Network International
Society of Young Magicians
Wellesley Cancer Prevention Project
BRYT Program
Friendship Circle
Foundation for Metro West
Mass Broadcasters
American Red Cross
NMRA Hub Division
The Modifiers Car Club

If you’re known by the company you keep,then we're in good company.

Wellesley Dental Group Fall Blood Drive

Wednesday September 26, 2018


Society of Young Magicians Monthly Workshop 

Our assembly celebrated our 31st anniversary this past year, and it's going to be an incredible 32nd year coming up!

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:

Constantine Foehl

May 11, 2018, Wellesley Community Center 6:00PM to 9:30PM

June 8, 2018, Wellesley Community Center 6:00PM to 9:30PM

July 27, 2018 Wellesley Community Center 6:00PM to 9:30PM

September 14, 2018 Wellesley Community Center 6:00PM to 9:30PM

October 12, 2018 Wellesley Community Center 6:00PM to 9:30PM

November 16, 2018 Wellesley Community Center 6:00PM to 9:30PM

December 14, 2018 Wellesley Community Center 6:00PM to 9:30PM

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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.  We are celebrating our fortieth year serving the community and surrounding area as a self sustaining organization.