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Boston, Run of the Charles Canoe and Kayak Race (4/26): The biggest and best canoe and kayak event in New England!


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Nantucket, Nantucket Daffodil Festival (4/24 - 4/26): Nantucket celebrates the end of winter every year with the Daffodil Festival.


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Beverly, Beauty and the Beast (4/22 - 4/26): A tale as old as time… Neverland Theatre presents a fun, 90 minute, non-musical version of the classic story. Children invited to come in their costume.


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Worcester, The 2015 New England VegFest (4/26): The New England VegFest is a free festival that brings the local community together to celebrate vegetarianism.


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Medford, Medford Carnival (4/22 - 4/26): Carnival fundraiser will feature rides, games and food!


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Waltham, 28th annual Sheepshearing Festival (4/25): Enjoy demonstrations of sheep-shearing, herding dogs, spinning, weaving and gardening on a beautiful 50 acre estate.


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Weston, Boston Civic Symphony - A Symphonic Celebration (4/26): The Boston Civic Symphony closes its 90th season with a program featuring two of the most beloved orchestral pieces of all time.


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Raynham, Boston Comedy Legends (4/25): Boston Comedy Legends Mike Donovan and Chance Langton to appear at the Jockey Club in Raynham on Saturday, April 25th!


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Burlington, Childrens Dyslexia Center Benefit Dinner and Auction (4/25): Support free tutoring programs for children diagnosed with Dyslexia, by supporting the Children's Dyslexia Center-Boston North, based in Woburn. Sit down dinner, silent and live auction featuring sign


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Concord, Cole Porters Kiss Me Kate (4/24 - 5/10): Directed by the superbly talented Nancy Curran Willis, Kiss Me Kate, is the story of a production company staging a musical version of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew. It’s a show within a show whe


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Boston, Dick Dohertys Comedy Den Mike McCarthy the Comedy Barbarian Fri Apr 24 8pm Sat Apr 25 730pm (4/24 - 4/25): Mike McCarthy headlines Dick Doherty's Comedy Den below Howl at the Moon in Boston MA!!!


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Worcester, Dicks Beantown Comedy Escape Dan Crohn Boston Comedy Fest. Semi-finalist Apr 24 9pm Sat Apr 25 8pm (4/24 - 4/25): Dan Crohn headlines Dick's Beantown Comedy Escape at Park Grill and Spirit in Worcester MA!!!


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Lenox, Eastover Relax and Rejuvenate Kayaking Yoga Retreat (4/24 - 7/1): Get Away From It All and Find It All - Relax and Rejuvenate on Eastover Estate - A 600 Acre Sanctuary and Holistic Retreat Jazz Trio Kayaking $50 extra per person Free tickets covers $50 commuter f


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Worcester, Fencing April Vacation Clinic (4/21 - 4/24): Join us for our awesome morning fencing clinics! Beginners through intermediate level fencers age 8-14. (Younger experienced fencers may participate with coach's okay.)


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Marshfield, Growing Mushrooms in your yard (4/25): Learn the basics for growing mushrooms in your home landscape 2 varieties and methods will be covered plus take home your own Shitake Log. Indoor/Outdoor Workshop.


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Wrentham, Houseconcert featuring Singer/Fiddler Kelli Trottier (4/24): Performing for her 4th time at the Proctor Mansion, Kelli is a multi talented musician who never fails to provide an enjoyable & memorable concert. Playing an exquisite blend of traditional Celtic, c


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Boston, King Richards Faire 2015 Season Auditions (4/25 - 4/26): Audition call for cast and crew - all are welcome to audition and apply for New England's longest running Renaissance Faire, King Richard's Faire (Sept. 5-Oct. 25)


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Beverly, Martha Davis & The Motels (4/22): New Wave icons Martha Davis and the Motels had Top 10 hits with "Suddenly Last Summer" and "Only the Lonely," solidifying their position as one of the biggest pop bands of the early '80s. Davis' signa


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Marlborough, Naughty Spring Bingo! (4/24): Join us for Bingo - Athena's Style! Instead of cash for prizes, you win Products from Athena's Home Novelties, Which are Naughty adult toys or Spa products!


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Andover, New England Bridal Affair (4/26): Join us at the Indian Ridge Country Club as we host our annual bridal show 1-3pm at Andover's best wedding venue.


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Wellesley, Register for April Vacation Camp at LINX (4/20 - 4/24): Join LINX for a week of camp fun during the April school vacation week! Children age 4 years – 8th grade join their favorite LINX Staff from 9am – 4pm for fun activities, playtime with friends, and so


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Wellesley, Register for LINX’s April Vacation Dance and Theater Camps (4/20 - 4/24): Register for LINX’s Fun April Vacation Dance Camp or Theater Camp led by expert instructors. Camp week is April 20 – 24 2015, 9am – 4pm, grades K – 8th, and is available to members and non-members.


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Lenox, Relax and Rejuvenate at Eastover Estate and Retreat (4/24 - 4/26): The R&R program is valid for any minimum two consecutive days weekly from Wednesday through Sunday. For specific dates of R&R, please change the dates accordingly on the online booking page.


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Framingham, Sclerotherapy at the Vanishing Vein in Framingham this April and May (4/8 - 5/31): Your Beauty will not be in Vein $150 for 15 minutes treatment. Call now to schedule free consultation and treatment.


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Andover, Speeddating ..Palmers Restaurant Tavern in Andover (4/23): Chat for 7 minutes for 12 dates, 10 dates in one night!


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Lexington, Swing into Spring (4/25): Swing into Spring, a night of dinner and entertainment by Doo-Wop Deville, New England’s Premier Doo-Wop Show Band.


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Boston, The Understanding of Music Seminar is the Key to Music (4/24 - 4/26): Coming to Boston! Duncan Lorien’s internationally acclaimed, Understanding of Music Seminars (TM) REGISTER NOW! Sign up online www.signup.understandingofmusic.com or contact Sallee at 781-599-1476


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Weymouth, Weymouth Carnival (4/22 - 4/26): Carnival will feature rides, games and food!


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Lenox, Autumn Yoga and Hiking Retreat with Greg DiLisio (10/2 - 10/4): Yoga and Hiking Retreat at the newly renovated Eastover Estate and Retreat Center.


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Framingham, Complimentary Vein Screening Saturday May 9th at the Vanishing Vein in Framingham (5/9): Dr. Davison, the medical director of The Vanishing Vein & Body in Framingham, is pleased to announce a special complimentary vein screening event on May 9th from 10am to 2pm.


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Westminster, Music For Life ~ Rock n Run (5/2): 5K Run/Walk and Concert Event celebrating our 5th anniversary and benefiting Veteran Homstead, Inc.


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Winchester, Music MAYnia Festival (5/3): Music MAYnia is a free community festival that features continuous live performances, arts & crafts, face painting, drum circles, balloon animals, a lollipop raffle, ring toss, refreshments, and more!


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Natick, PJ Library’s Letterboxing Adventure for Lag B’Omer (5/3): Celebrate Lag B’Omer with PJ Library® and Jewish Family Network at Natick Community Organic Farm (117 Eliot Street) in Natick on Sunday, May 3 from 10-11:30am.


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Lenox, Mangalam Summer Festival with Lama Migmar (6/5 - 6/7): June 5 - 7, 2015 (weekend course), CEU Credit Applicable (YA, BOC, ...), Join Lama Migmar for a summer celebration. This summer festival will focus on the healing empowerment


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Canton, 7th Annual Arts Festival - Call for Artists & Fine Arts Crafters. Deadline April 30 (5/17): The Annual Arts Festival offers Indoor and Outdoor highlights that include: • Regional High School Juried Show • Massasoit Students Juried Show • The Open Juried Show • Live Music • Children's Ac



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Andover, Speeddating ..Palmers Restaurant Tavern in Andover (4/23)

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Lenox, Juicing, Cleansing, and Living Well with Shivanter Singh & Avianna Castro (5/13 - 5/17)

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Allston, Anderson Comedy Presents the Gas at Great Scott (1/1 - 12/31): Anderson Comedy presents The Gas every Friday night at Great Scott in Allston, Corner Comedy Open Mic .


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Allston, Introduction to Burlesque (April 2015) (4/13 - 4/27): No previous experience is necessary. This series of classes was designed and created with the novice dancer in mind, but experienced dancers looking to learn classic burlesque moves and techniques wil


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Amesbury, Bartlett Museum (1/2 - 12/27): The exhibits consist of four rooms in the Museum and a Carriage House behind the Museum.


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Amherst, Community Open House (4/26): A day of free events including a lecture by author David Bezmozgis ("The Betrayers"), the opening of the exhibit "Echoes from the Borscht Belt: Contemporary Photographs by Marisa Scheinfeld" with a ta


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Amherst, Fab Faux With the Hogshead Horns and Crème Tangerine Strings (4/25): With a commitment to the accurate reproduction of The Beatles' repertoire!


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Amherst, Max Armen: The Origin of Line (4/23 - 5/7): Local artist Max Armen uses his childhood drawings as the subject matter for his most recent body of paintings.


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Amherst, Reading Buddies with Bright Spot Therapy Dogs (4/20 - 4/24): Children ages 4-11 will enjoy reading aloud to Reading Buddy dogs.


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Andover, Alfred Maurer: At the Vanguard of Modernism (4/25 - 7/31): Considered the most accomplished American artist to adopt fauvism, Alfred Maurer (1868–1932) tirelessly explored the boundaries of artistic expression throughout his career.


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Andover, Andover Crafts in The Park 2015 (5/9): Crafts in the Park, Andover's oldest juried crafts fair, will be celebrating its 40 years of hosting high quality original craft work in 2015.


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Andover, Collection Intervention: Ellen Gallagher’s DeLuxe (2/7 - 5/17): This season the Addison is delighted to be able to exhibit Gallagher’s seminal print portfolio DeLuxe.


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Andover, Essex Chamber Music Players Benefit Concert for Dana-Farber (4/26): The Essex Chamber Music Players will perform a benefit concert for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute on Sunday, April 26, at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Temple Emanuel of Andover, 7 Haggetts Pond Road.


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Andover, Light/Dark, White/Black (1/17 - 7/31): Beyond their effectiveness in depicting three-dimensionality and conveying light and shade to construct the illusion of space, black and white have long fascinated artists.


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Andover, New England Bridal Affair (4/26): Join us at the Indian Ridge Country Club as we host our annual bridal show 1-3pm at Andover's best wedding venue.


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Andover, Speeddating ..Palmers Restaurant Tavern in Andover (4/23): Chat for 7 minutes for 12 dates, 10 dates in one night!


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Arlington, Alive Mind Cinema Presents… “INVITATION TO DANCE” (4/21): A documentary film by Christian von Tippelskirch & Simi Linton


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Arlington, Darol Anger and The Furies (4/25): In Greek mythology, Furies were ferocious godlike female avengers who would swoop down on mortals and destroy them.


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Arlington, Mom’s Night Out: Yoga and Healthy Snack Demo (4/30): Wind down from your day with other Moms at Ready, Set, Kids! (284 Broadway) in Arlington on Thursday, April 30 from 7-9:30pm.


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Arlington, Old Jews Telling Jokes: Laugh ‘til you plotz! (4/15 - 5/17): Get ready for an outrageous evening of one-liners, double-entendre, singing, skits, and hysterical routines sure to TRIPLE you over with laughter!


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Arlington, PJ Library Books and Blocks Weekly Drop-in Play (10/24 - 4/24): Join in a weekly drop-in playtime with PJ Library® at Ready, Set, Kids! A Family Enrichment Center (284 Broadway) in Arlington on Fridays, October 24 through April 2015 from 10-11:30am.


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Arlington, Shabbat Picnic and Puppetry (6/19): Welcome Shabbat with a community candle lighting and outdoor family picnic on the library green at Whittemore-Robins House (700 Massachusetts Avenue) in Arlington on Friday, June 19 from 6-7:30pm.


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Ashfield, The Grand Parade (of the 20th Century) (4/30 - 5/3): Created on a farm in Ashfield, Massachusetts, Double Edge Theatre's surreal, theatrical collage takes us along a 100-year historic journey of the mythology of our time in a style inspired by visual ar


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Auburndale, Eat, Sip, Paint (4/24): Join us for an evening of painting, fun, and delicious wine and hors d'oeuvres in support of the Lasell College Student Emergency Fund (SEF).


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Bedford, Kammerwerke Double Wind Quintet Discover America Concert (4/26): Kammerwerke Double Wind Quintet will present Discover America featuring compositions by American composers written for double wind quintet (dectet)


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Bedford, New England Gerbil Show (5/2): Love gerbils? Come to the American Gerbil Society Gerbil Show! Saturday, May 2, 11am-5pm, Middlesex Community College Campus Center, 591 Springs Road, Bedford, MA. Gerbil owners and fans are invited t


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Beverly, Beauty and the Beast (4/22 - 4/26): A tale as old as time… Neverland Theatre presents a fun, 90 minute, non-musical version of the classic story. Children invited to come in their costume.


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Beverly, Godspell (5/2): Presented by Voices of Hope at North Shore Music Theatre. Proceeds from the show go to the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the MGH Cancer Center.


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Beverly, Illustration I Senior Thesis Show (Reception) (4/22): This senior thesis show features the work of Anthony Milani, Elliott Grinnell, Emily Weigert, Hannah Connolly, Jennifer East, Kaleena Anselm, Krista Erickson, Lisa Martinez, and Rose Fristrom.


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Beverly, Martha Davis & The Motels (4/22): New Wave icons Martha Davis and the Motels had Top 10 hits with "Suddenly Last Summer" and "Only the Lonely," solidifying their position as one of the biggest pop bands of the early '80s. Davis' signa


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Beverly, Martha Davis and The Motels (4/22): Whether you were there when The Motels first burst onto the music scene, or are just discovering them now, 2014 became a year of rediscovery for this iconic artist, which saw more Motels shows than in


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Beverly, The Smithereens - 80s Power Pop Hit Makers (4/25): The Smithereens rock the house with their huge power pop hits "Behind the Wall of Sleep," "A Girl like You," "Blood And Roses," and new music from their critically acclaimed new album. "There was a


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Beverly, Voices of Hope presents Godspell (5/2): “Godspell” was the first major musical production by Stephen Schwartz ("Wicked," "Pippin," "Children Of Eden"), and it took the world by storm.


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Billerica, Billerica Historical Society Spring Craft Fair (5/2): Fundraising event for the Billerica Historical Society Sharing Our Community's Historical Foundation while maintaining the Clara E. Sexton Memorial House Museum and preserving cultural items of inter


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Boston, 39th Annual Festival of Art and Floral Design! (4/25 - 4/27): Once again, garden clubs and professional designers from across New England create floral arrangements inspired by the MFA’s works of art.


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Boston, 5th Annual High School Story Slam (5/2): High school students from several local schools tell their own life stories and compete for a total of $5,000 in scholarship prizes at the 5th annual StoriesLive High School Scholarship Story Slam.


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Boston, A Spectrum of Ideas (5/1): Embracing the broad spectrum of ideas and materials that defines contemporary art, the Senior Thesis show of Fine Arts students at the New England School of Art and Design/Suffolk University will be o


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Boston, Adi Ophir (Brown University): Gentile Troubles: Saint Paul, the Rabbis, and Us (4/28): This paper will consider the history of the gentile or "goy," the Jew's "other." Although quite famous, among Jews and Christians at least, this figure has received little scholarly attention.


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Boston, Amazing Scavenger Hunt in Boston (3/30 - 12/31): Urban Adventure Quest is an interactive adventure through Boston as you solve clues and complete challenges, while seeing the sights and learning local history.


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Boston, An Evening with Patrick Deville (4/30): Coming to the French Cultural Center from Paris, French author Patrick Deville will speak about his bestselling novel Plague and Cholera.


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Boston, April Vacation Art Making Workshop with Basil el Hawagy (4/23): In this workshop Basil will show participants how to turn images, either digital or printed, into toner-transfer prints, that have a beautiful hand printed quality to them.


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Boston, Aragosta Bar & Bistro Offers Mothers Day Brunch (5/10): Aragosta Bar & Bistro is offering a Mother's Day brunch with complimentary harbor cruises!


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Boston, Author Nathan Gorenstein Talk & Book Signing for His New Book Tommy Gun Winter (4/22): Join us as Mr. Gorenstein recounts the true tale of two brothers who, along with an MIT graduate and a minister’s daughter, once competed for headlines with John Dillinger, Pretty Boy Floyd and Bonnie


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Boston, Authors in the House (5/1): Readers, writers and those who want creative, interactive entertainment are invited to join GrubStreet’s Muse and the Marketplace Conference attendees at Authors in the House


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Boston, Big Apple Circus (4/6 - 5/10): The Big Apple Circus’s new show, Metamorphosis, is a dream of enchantment and illusion.


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Boston, Blue Discovery Family Days (1/11 - 12/6): Learn more about the blue planet through art, science and storytelling.


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Boston, Boston Accents (4/22 - 5/13): Boston Accents features the best stand-up comedians in Boston, from legends that have put Boston comedy on the map, to the next generation of nationally known comics from our city.


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Boston, Boston Turkish Film Festival: The Water Diviner (4/23): The Water Diviner by Russell Crowe (2015, 111 min.). Russell Crowe’s directorial debut, The Water Diviner is an epic and inspiring tale of one man’s life-changing journey of discovery.


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Boston, BSO FAMILY CONCERT: Shall We Dance (4/25): Join us for a unique concert experience that brings to life the magic of music for all ages.


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Boston, Chef Boulud in Boston (4/22 - 4/23): Chef Daniel Boulud and Chef de Cuisine Aaron Chambers are excited to announce that they will be collaborating on an exclusive dinner menu available at Bar Boulud


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Boston, Chocolate Bar at Cafe Fleuri - Langham Hotel, Boston (12/27 - 6/27): Take your taste buds on a decadent trip across the globe with The Langham, Boston’s famous Chocolate Bar.


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Boston, Cinco de Mayo Bar Crawl (5/2): Boston's best bar crawls!


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Boston, City of Angels at Lyric Stage Company (3/27 - 5/2): Set in the seductive Hollywood of the 1940s, City of Angels chronicles the misadventures of Stine, a disillusioned young novelist attempting to write a screenplay for a tyrannical movie producer.


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Boston, Community murals: Uncovering and exploring Your ecstatic creativity (5/1 - 5/3): For Art Week, Stephanie Saunders Art Gallery will be transformed into a dynamic community building creative adventure.


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Boston, Contemporary Artists Eye: Art Making for All Ages (4/21 - 4/23): Explore contemporary art in galleries, then design your own picture-and-word quilt or collage using mixed materials


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Boston, Coolsville, A Concert Musical (4/24 - 4/26): Set to the music of two-time Grammy Award-winning vocalist Rickie Lee Jones, Coolsville is a poetic theatrical vision of life as seen through the eyes of a children's playground.


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Boston, Dick Doherty Comedy Den Orlando Baxter 2010 Boston Comedy Fest. Finalist May 8th 8pm May 9th 730pm (5/8 - 5/9): Orlando Baxter headlines Dick Doherty's Comedy Den below Howl at The Moon in Boston MA


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Boston, Dick Dohertys Comedy Den Mike McCarthy the Comedy Barbarian Fri Apr 24 8pm Sat Apr 25 730pm (4/24 - 4/25): Mike McCarthy headlines Dick Doherty's Comedy Den below Howl at the Moon in Boston MA!!!


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Boston, Duckling Day (5/10): Celebrate Duckling Day with the whole family on Mothers Day - a Boston tradition for over 30 years!


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Boston, Food Truck Festivals of New England, LLC (5/10): There is such a wide variety of food that can fill up your stomach, served with a large dose of fun!


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Boston, Four-Handed Illusions: An Intimate Evening of Laughs and Wonder (4/26): Magicians Joel Acevedo and Steve Kradolfer join their talents in a performance that is engaging, funny, and mystifying. As one of only 50 guests, you will surely experience the magic just a few feet f


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Boston, Grettos Take a Bath: 2015 Spring Concert (4/25): The Boston University Allegrettos are taking a bubble bath!Are you ready for some rubber ducks, loofahs, a plush bathrobe, and perhaps a nice salt scrub? We thought so!


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Boston, Handel: Agrippina (4/24 - 4/25): Boston Baroque closes the season with Handel’s opera Agrippina featuring Metropolitan Opera rising star soprano Susanna Phillips in the title role and Australian sensation and much sought after counte


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Boston, Happy Birthday, Mr. Olmsted! (4/26): Each year the conservancy celebrates the anniversary of the birth of Frederick Law Olmsted.


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Boston, Horticulture Workshops (5/2 - 5/30): The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is hosting horticulture workshops and landscape lectures. There are open studios for visitors to explore their own creative, artistic process every Saturday from 11


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Boston, James Montford Silent Performance (5/1): A powerful experiential art piece by artist James Montford during the opening reception of the exhibition “James Montford: Persuasions 1990-2015,”


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Boston, Joyful Noise: The Pipe Organs of Trinity Church (4/26): Organists Richard Webster and Colin Lynch team up with nationally recognized organ expert Jonathan Ambrosino to give us a history of Trinity Church’s two pipe organs,


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Boston, Kaki King (4/23): Provocative and moving, surprising and beautiful, The Neck Is a Bridge to the Body is Kaki King at her visionary best: deconstructing and redefining the role of solo instrumental artist though virtuos


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Boston, King Richards Faire 2015 Season Auditions (4/25 - 4/26): Audition call for cast and crew - all are welcome to audition and apply for New England's longest running Renaissance Faire, King Richard's Faire (Sept. 5-Oct. 25)


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Boston, Leonardo da Vinci and the Italian Renaissance (4/7 - 5/7): Expand your knowledge of the magnificent works of Leonardo da Vinci.


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Boston, Lily Tomlin (4/25): Lily Tomlin, one of America’s foremost comedians, continues to venture across an ever-widening range of media, starring in television, theater, motion pictures, animation, and video.


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Boston, Makanda Saturday Night Dance Party (4/25): This kickoff event to Jazz Week 2015 is a contemporary take on the role of big bands in playing for dancing. The Makanda Project, one of Boston's most creative and acclaimed big bands, will perform t


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Boston, Merrily We Roll Along (4/23 - 4/25): 1976: Franklin Shepard is a rich, famous, influential songwriter and film producer and the world is his oyster…or is it? Is he merely a once-talented Broadway composer who abandoned friends and morals


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Boston, Pieranna Cavalchini and James McLeod: A Closer Look: Glass (4/25): An intimate discussion about the exhibition in Hostetter Gallery, followed by a master glassmaker demonstration in MassArt’s glass studio. This program runs approximately 2 hours.


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Boston, Run of the Charles Canoe and Kayak Race (4/26): The biggest and best canoe and kayak event in New England!


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Boston, SONIC ARBORETUM: Sculpture by Ian Schneller / Sound by Andrew Bird (2/4 - 5/10): Sculptor/instrument-maker Ian Schneller and composer/violinist Andrew Bird share a fascination with sound and its interaction with the natural world.


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Boston, STING XX: Animal Instinct (4/22): An Evening of Art, Music and Performance at Boston's Beehive!


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Boston, Sunday Concert Series (5/3): As a part of the Isabella Stewart Gardner’s Sunday Concert Series on Sunday, May 3 at 1:30 p.m., join the members of Ravinia’s Steans Music Institute for the following selections: Boccherini, String Q


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Boston, The Imagine Orchestra: A Musical Premiere in a Storied Place (4/26): MAAH Music and JazzBoston are joining forces for the first time for this Jazz Week Kickoff Weekend special presentation.


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Boston, The Raven’s Trail: A Walking Tour of Poe’s Boston (5/2): The Raven’s Trail: A Walking Tour of Poe’s Boston: This 90-minute tour explores Poe’s connections to Boston, from his birth here in 1809 to his return as a young man in 1827 and his controversial appe


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Boston, The Understanding of Music Seminar is the Key to Music (4/24 - 4/26): Coming to Boston! Duncan Lorien’s internationally acclaimed, Understanding of Music Seminars (TM) REGISTER NOW! Sign up online www.signup.understandingofmusic.com or contact Sallee at 781-599-1476


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Boston, Three Classic Fary Tales (4/24 - 4/26): Join Mickey and Minnie as they bring the timeless fairy tale adventures of Cinderella, Beauty and The Beast, and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to life in a live theatrical experience that is pure ma


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Boston, TypeCast: Twelve Quick Talks on Type (4/30): Join master of ceremonies Clif Stoltze of Stoltze Design and twelve of Boston’s finest creative minds for a fun, fast-paced Pecha Kucha–style event.


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Boston, Wagner: Siegfried, Act III (4/26): The 2014-15 season of the BPYO closes with the most unusual event in its history so far, one that, we predict, will cause huge audience excitement and will be talked about for a long time.


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Boston, Wood Lecture: Reflections on Issues of Race and Class in the 21st Century (4/21): Join us as Professor Wilson and a panel of esteemed respondents revisit his controversial and path-breaking book, The Declining Significance of Race. Published in 1978, the book examined race and clas


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Boston, In The Mood (5/12 - 5/24): Hop aboard the “Chattanooga Choo Choo” and you’ll soon be “IN THE MOOD” to hear some great musicians “Sing, Sing, Sing.” Much more than just a concert, IN THE MOOD is a fully staged tribute to Glenn M


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Boston, Moonalice performs at The Church in Boston on May 12th at 8pm (5/12): Moonalice is a psychedelic, roots-rock band of seasoned musicians mixing a variety of genres with extended musical improvisations that evoke a sense of adventure and exploration.


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Boylston, Floras Holiday (5/1 - 5/2): Join master storyteller Diane Edgecomb and Celtic harper Margot Chamberlain on an enchanting stroll through some of Tower Hill Botanic Garden’s most beloved spots. Listen to stories and songs drawn fr


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Boylston, Tower Hill Botanic Garden Library Exhibit: Ex Libris, Dr. John Green (1/20 - 4/30): Gardening / Horticulture - Exhibit


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Braintree, Run for Charlotte 2015 (4/26): Run for Charlotte 2015 04.26.2015 | 10:00 AM | Braintree, Massachusetts


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Brewster, Atlantis Stories (4/26): Please join us for Atlantis Stories at The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History on Sunday, April 26th at 1pm.


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Brewster, Brewster in Bloom Festival 2015 (5/1 - 5/3): The show takes place Saturday, May 2 from 10 am - 5 pm and Sunday, May 3 from 10 am - 4 pm at the Cape Cod Sea Camps, 3057 Main Street (Rte. 6A), Brewster.


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Brighton, Hebrew Play Class for Preschool Age Children (4/15 - 6/24): Join Hebrew Play, an exciting and interactive program that exposes children to the joys of learning Hebrew as well as to Israeli culture through puppets, stories and songs, Wednesdays, April 15-June 2


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Brighton, Pulp Fiction (5/1 - 5/2): Fork & Tune is a dining experience that uses groundbreaking albums as inspiration for a 4 course meal served around one communal table.


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Brighton, Preschool Summer Program at the JCC Early Learning Center, Brookline/Brighton (6/22 - 8/21): Register now for summer fun for children ages 15 months to 5 years. Located at 50 Sutherland Road in Brighton (Cleveland Circle area), it’s the perfect setting for your child to make friends, be activ


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Brockton, 7th Annual BNHC 6K Road Race & Walk (4/26): A local 6K Road Race and Walk taking place in D.W. Field Park in Brockton. All proceeds from the race will benefit the Brockton Neighborhood Health Center. COURSE INFO: A fast course with just one


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Brockton, Better Photography with Ronald Zincone (4/21): This course will teach you how to take your photography to the next level…guaranteed!


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Brockton, Courtyard Bazaar (4/25 - 4/26): Join us in the courtyard of Fuller Craft Museum to purchase new and old works of art, and beautifully wrought crafts gifted to Fuller Craft for sale in the Museum Shop.


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Brookline, Choose Your Instrument - April Vacation Week (4/21 - 4/25): Hands-on exploration of percussion, flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, violin, and cello.


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Brookline, Dance/Creative Movement (1/26 - 6/13): Our Dance Program explores kinesthetic creativity by using movement, music, props, games and play to develop and link students’ learning into complex dance moves and phrases.


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Brookline, Piano Master Class with Sally Pinkas (5/10): This is a unique educational opportunity open to members of the Brookline community. Performers, teachers, students, and aspiring artists will all benefit from this open exchange of artistic and techn


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Brookline, The Legend of Banana Kid (4/21 - 4/23): Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers are back in Boston with the inspiring story of a young kid with a big imagination who saves the day! Little Chucky loves to watch TV Westerns.


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Burlington, Childrens Dyslexia Center Benefit Dinner and Auction (4/25): Support free tutoring programs for children diagnosed with Dyslexia, by supporting the Children's Dyslexia Center-Boston North, based in Woburn. Sit down dinner, silent and live auction featuring sign


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Cambridge, Author Nathan Gorenstein Talk & Book Signing for His New Book Tommy Gun Winter (4/23): Join us as Mr. Gorenstein recounts the true tale of two brothers who, along with an MIT graduate and a minister’s daughter, once competed for headlines with John Dillinger, Pretty Boy Floyd and Bonnie


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Cambridge, Ballet des Dieux: Musical Delights from Renaissance France (4/24): El Dorado Ensemble (5 viols and lute) performs fantasies, dances and preludes from 16th-century France, by le Jeune, Ballard, Moulinie, du Caurroy and others.


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Cambridge, Culture Fest 2015: Native American Cultures (4/30): Gain a deeper understanding of Native American culture through daylong celebration and activities.


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Cambridge, Everything is Fine Here (4/24): The Arlington International Film Festival in partnership with Arlington Community Media Inc. (ACMi) invites you to share an intimate evening of film and discussion. We will premiere the film


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Cambridge, Focus on Autism Spectrum Disorder: Annual Symposium and Art Show (4/25 - 5/3): To commemorate Autism Awareness month, Lesley presents its annual Autism Symposium.


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Cambridge, Great Mammal Hall (1/2 - 12/31): The Great Mammal Hall, a two-story gallery, some 60 feet long by 40 feet wide, is the oldest and most dramatic gallery in the museum,


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Cambridge, Inner Beauty, Outer Beauty, and Race: A Lecture with Susan L. Taylor (4/23): Lesley University announces a free lecture by influential editor, writer and journalist Susan L. Taylor on American conceptions of beauty and race.


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Cambridge, Insight (5/1): Robert Schumann’s imaginative Fairy Tales, Sofia Gubaidulina’s extraordinary string trio, and Gabriela Lena Frank’s Peruvian-inspired Pre-Inca Sketches. Plus the transporting Fratres for winds and per


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Cambridge, Jerusalem: Holy, Disputed, Lamented (4/26): The Seraphim Singers (Jennifer Lester, Music Director) and Kol Arev Chamber Choir of Hebrew College (Amy Lieberman, Music Director; Lynn Torgove, Artistic Director) perform choral music inspired by th


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Cambridge, Juerga Flamenca (5/1): Spanish music and flamenco have taken Boston by storm. Greater Boston has more than a dozen artists teaching flamenco dance and music and scores of students who are hungry to perform.


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Cambridge, MFA in Photography Thesis Exhibition (4/23 - 4/30): This dynamic exhibition represents the culmination of two years of research and experimentation in a program where candidates are asked to define, demonstrate and articulate their artistic and cultura


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Cambridge, Musical Hues (5/1): Enjoy live music drawn from cultures around the world while exploring the Peabody Museum’s impressive galleries. Wander freely or let the ensemble’s music spark your imagination and inspire you to dra


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Cambridge, Sea Creatures in Glass: Blaschka Models of Marine Invertebrates : Sea Creatures in Glass: Blaschka Models of Marine Invertebrates features recently restored hand-crafted glass models created by famed glass artists Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka. From delicate jellyfish


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Cambridge, Student Guide Tour (4/21 - 4/28): Join us for a Student Guide tour of the Harvard Art Museums. Designed and led by Harvard undergraduates from a range of academic disciplines, tours focus on a small number of objects, and aim to provi


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Cambridge, The Design Competition Conference (4/23 - 4/24): The Design Competition Conference will review the state of design competitions today and their impact on competitors, sponsors, design, and the public interest


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Cambridge, The Dog Catacombs of Anubis (4/28): The necropolis of Saqqara in Egypt is the burial site of kings, commoners, and animals considered sacred by the Egyptians: bulls, cows, ibises, falcons, baboons, cats, and dogs.


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Cambridge, The Legacy of Penobscot Canoes: A View from the River : This exhibit at Harvard's Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology explores the enduring importance of rivers and canoes in Penobscot tribal life and in relationships between the tribe and non-Indian


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Cambridge, The Spring 2015 edition of Cape Cod Restaurant (5/11 - 5/17): During Restaurant Week, the best restaurants from Falmouth to Provincetown offer three- and four-course exhibition menus


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Cambridge, The Story Collider (4/21): Join The Story Collider for an evening of true, personal stories about science.


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Cambridge, Trio Jean Paul (4/22): “...The Jean Paul players unashamedly held nothing back. These are acutely musical and sophisticated players, and they deserve an audience.” —The New York Times


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Cambridge, Warrior Moves (4/25): Drop in for demonstrations by Harvard student athletes, practice some moves, and learn the ways of warriors. Invited athletes will represent archery, capoeira, fencing, aikikai (aikido), hapkido, and


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Cambridge, Whitmans Civil War Revisited: Drum-Taps (4/30): Join Lawrence Kramer, the editor of this new edition of Drum-Taps, as he discusses the historical and literary importance of Whitman’s collection with Lawrence Buell and Elisa New, professors of Ameri


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Cambridge, Yad Beyad Boston (4/24 - 4/26): Yad Beyad is a very special Israeli dance camp - a weekend of dance workshops and non-stop dance parties all in the exciting city of Boston!


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Canton, 7th Annual Arts Festival - Call for Artists & Fine Arts Crafters. Deadline April 30 (5/17): The Annual Arts Festival offers Indoor and Outdoor highlights that include: • Regional High School Juried Show • Massasoit Students Juried Show • The Open Juried Show • Live Music • Children's Ac


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Canton, EWGA Par 3 Challenge (5/13): The EWGA Par 3 Challenge qualifier is a two-person Best Ball format, with both Gross and Net divisions. Teams may consist of two women or a mixed team (one woman and one man) and is open to both EWGA


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Chelmsford, Spring Gala 2015 Honoring Rebecca Eaton (4/25): Please join us on April 25th, for an evening with Rebecca Eaton, Executive Producer of Downton Abbey and MASTERPIECE.


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Chestnut Hill, Boston Globe Magazine Fashion Show & High Tea (5/3): Join Boston Globe Magazine for a fashion show and high tea at The Mall at Chestnut Hill on Sunday, May 3 to celebrate its Most Stylish Bostonians list.


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Chestnut Hill, Symphonic Band at BC Arts Festival (4/24): Come join Boston College’s Symphonic Band for BC’s annual Arts Festival!


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Chicopee, Cristela Alonzo (4/24): Must be 21 or older to attend this show!


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Chicopee, Walk-In Craft: Fairytales (4/22): Free and open to the public!


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Clinton, Byzantium to Russia: The Origins & Development of Russian Icons 1200 to 1900 (5/2 - 9/12): Featuring 48 Icons and Artifacts from London's Renowned British Museum. On View May 2 through September 12, 2015.


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Clinton, Free Thursday Evenings at the Museum of Russian Icons (1/23 - 12/31): FREE ADMISSION! Every Thursday, 3-7PM for All Clinton Residents & Employees of Clinton Businesses


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Clinton, Traditional Russian Tea (5/9): Celebrate spring and Mother’s Day (tickets make a great Mother’s Day gift!) by attending our ever-popular Russian Tea program! Join Russian hostess Larissa Dyan for a enjoyable and educational program


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Concord, APRIL Vacation Week Art Adventures:GREEN WEEK! (4/21 - 4/24): Welcome SPRING and join us in celebrating and exploring – earth-friendly recycled materials art making.


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Concord, Cole Porters Kiss Me Kate (4/24 - 5/10): Directed by the superbly talented Nancy Curran Willis, Kiss Me Kate, is the story of a production company staging a musical version of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew. It’s a show within a show whe


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Concord, PJ Library’s Strawberry Field Jam with Jewish Family Network (6/14): Join PJ Library and Jewish Family Network in the fields to pick your own berries at Verrill Farm (11 Wheeler Road) in Concord on Sunday, June 14 from 10-11:30am.


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Cotuit, One Summer Bill Bryson (5/7): Jolson’s The Jazz Singer, was filmed, forever changing the motion picture industry.


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Danvers, CoCo Key Water Park (1/1 - 12/31): Get your feet wet, then the rest of you!


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Dedham, Kira Seamons SHOWER OF FLOWERS (5/1): SHOWER OF FLOWERS will be a Spring Flower Show and May Day Celebration in one!


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Dedham, Smart Couples Finish Rich Retirement Seminar Presented by Financial Expert, David Bach (5/14): David Bach, Vice Chairman of Edelman Financial Services and bestselling author of Smart Couples Finish Rich, is coming to Detroit on Thursday, May 14, to exclusively present his new seminar series, “S


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Deerfield, Hearth Cooking and Time Telling through History on April School Vacation Week (4/20 - 4/26): Hearth cooks will be preparing simple dinners in the kitchen of the Hall Tavern.


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Douglas, 5 day motor coach tour to Ocean City, MD, Cape May,and Atlantic City, NJ (5/11 - 5/15): The Sunshine Club of the Douglas Senior Center will be taking an overnite trip to Ocean City, MD, Cape May and Atlantic City, NJ from May 11-15. Price is $539. Call Sue at 508-372-9266 for more inform


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Dracut, Family Feud Night : Join us for Family Feud Wednesday - every week starting at 6:30pm. Come and sign up that night for individual play or put a team together.


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Easton, Outrunning Homelessness Race and Fun Walk (4/25): Outrunning Homelessness is an annual 5K race and 2.6 mile fun walk held in April at DCR's Borderland State Park.


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Falmouth, Mastersingers by the Sea - Eternal Masters (4/26): Mastersingers by the Sea chamber chorus under the direction of Dr. David MacKenzie will perform its final concert entitled "Eternal Masters".


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Fitchburg, Free First Thursdays (5/7 - 12/3): Enjoy FREE admission to FAM every First Thursday of the month from 3-7PM.


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Foxboro, 16th Annual Flavors of the Neponset Valley (4/30): Don't miss a great night of food, drink, live music and prizes at our one of our favorite events of the year!


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Framingham, 22nd Fountain Street Open Studios Weekend – Spring (4/24 - 4/26): The art loving public is invited to visit artists in their workspaces as they open their doors for this event.


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Framingham, April School Vacation Week Workshops: Grades K-8 (4/21 - 4/24): Creativity at play! Explore a fun artistic landscape this spring in playful vacation week workshops!


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Framingham, Artists in the Garden (5/1): This is your chance to photograph, paint, draw, and sketch beautiful landscapes, native wildflowers, pollinators, and more!


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Framingham, Complimentary Vein Screening Saturday May 9th at the Vanishing Vein in Framingham (5/9): Dr. Davison, the medical director of The Vanishing Vein & Body in Framingham, is pleased to announce a special complimentary vein screening event on May 9th from 10am to 2pm.


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Framingham, Framingham Earth Day Festival 2015 (4/25): Come learn about ways to conserve energy, make sustainable choices, support local businesses, preserve natural habitats, and of course, reduce, reuse and recycle...


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Framingham, Front Door Framingham – Gateway Mural Launch (5/2): Hard to beat spending a day downtown in the sun after a long snowy winter — celebrating art and the great comeback of Downtown Framingham!


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Framingham, New Black Eagle Jazz Band (4/24): The Black Eagles, as we are often known to our fans, have been a fixture on the international jazz scene since 1971, bringing the sounds of traditional New Orleans Jazz to audiences all over the world


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Framingham, Sclerotherapy at the Vanishing Vein in Framingham this April and May (4/8 - 5/31): Your Beauty will not be in Vein $150 for 15 minutes treatment. Call now to schedule free consultation and treatment.


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Franklin, Deborah Henson-Conant (4/25): "HipHarpist" Deborah Henson-Conant (DHC) is returning to one of the best Coffeehouse in the country, 'Circle of Friends Coffeehouse' at the Universalist Society Meeting House


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Gardner, GALA May Coffee House (5/1): Enjoy a night out with great music!


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Gloucester, April Vacation - Poetry and Painting (4/21): Explore the poetry and painting of Roger Martin in the special exhibition Bill of Lading, then create a personalized poem and painting inspired by nature.


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Gloucester, Georgia Mansur Workshop (4/27 - 5/1): This workshop will offer you the opportunity to explore mixed media in a sensory way.


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Gloucester, Hammond Castle Museum (4/1 - 10/31): John Hays Hammond, Jr. built his medieval-style castle between the years 1926 and 1929 to serve both as his home and as a backdrop for his collection of Roman, medieval, and Renaissance artifacts.


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Granville, Birthplace of the American Industrial Age (4/29): Join William Holsey as he presents a picture show and lecture that describes how the Connecticut River Valley became the Silicon Valley of the 19th century.


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Hamilton, On the Waterfront: Songs of the Sea (4/25): From the majestic Atlantic to countless rivers, streams, marshes and tidal pools, the unmistakable power and beauty of water is central to life on Boston's North Shore.


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Hanson, Bluegrass On The Bogs 2015 (5/8 - 5/10): Bluegrass On The Bogs is a grass-roots, volunteer-based, amazingly entertaining, organically-grown and much loved festival.


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Harvard, Birding at Fruitlands (4/25): Join us on the Fruitlands landscape as we look for local residents and early arrivals including Blue-winged Warblers, Chipping Sparrows, and Bluebirds.


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Harvard, Fruitlands Reads Author’s Lecture: An Eden of Sorts: The Natural History of My Feral Garden (4/22): Join us for this 45 minute presentation and hear how you, too can nurture your own patch of wilderness. A book signing will follow the presentation.


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Hatfield, Off the Wall (5/1 - 5/1): "Off the Wall" is an exhibition of diverse work from local artists whose talent captures the spirit of Pioneer Valley.


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Haverhill, Holi Color Run: Massachusetts 2015 (4/25): Unleash yourself: ditch the coat and tie and free yourself from the daily grind. Holi Color Run is a weekend get-away for everyone that wants to participate in a color & paint 5k or 15k and then pa


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Haverhill, KidsArtsFest (5/2): Join us for a community arts festival with something for everyone to enjoy!


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Holyoke, Childrens Museum at Holyoke (1/1 - 12/31): Step, climb, or crawl your way into a world of imagination and play!


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Holyoke, Garden Trellis Workshop (4/25): Add vertical interest to your garden by constructing a rustic garden trellis!


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Hyannis, Kennedy Legacy Walking Trail (1/1 - 12/31): The Kennedy Legacy Trail, located in the heart of the HyArts Cultural District, celebrates the significant role the Kennedy¹s played in shaping the history of Hyannis and Cape Cod.


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Jamaica Plain, Bronze and Aluminum Foundry Class (4/3 - 6/5): 10 Week Foundry Class


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Jamaica Plain, Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra with special guests Strings Theory Trio (plus 1) (4/25): Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra with special guest Strings Theory Trio; presented by the Jazz Composers Alliance (JCA).


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Jamaica Plain, JCA Orchestra with special guests Strings (4/25): Celebrating its 30th anniversary, the Jazz Composer Alliance (JCA) has kept true to its roots by providing an active public forum for the presentation of new jazz works and offering a concert series t


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Jamaica Plain, Jewelry Class (4/1 - 6/3): A 10 Week Jewelry Making Class


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Jamaica Plain, The Devine - Nix Duo – A Tuneable Feast (5/3): As a tribute to the late Pete Seeger, Chris Devine and Michael Nix will perform their arrangements of several of Seeger's songs, traditional classical music, a world tour of musical traditions, and m


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Jamaica Plain, Welding Class (3/30 - 6/1): An 8 week Welding Class. Students should wear durable closed-toe leather shoes, non-frayed jeans, a long sleeve natural fiber shirt, an old cap or bandana, and tie back long hair. This class i


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Kingston, Kingston Lions Club Flea Market (5/31): Sunday, May 31 9 a.m.-5 p.m.


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Lenox, All About Weight: Finding That Natural Balance with Warren Kramer (4/30 - 5/3): Warren Kramer - All About Weight: Finding That Natural Balance


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Lenox, Awaken the Authentic Self: 5 Ways to Live and Work More Consciously Every Day (5/1 - 5/3): Learn how a simple practice of meditation, coupled with appropriate spiritual guidance and deep fellowship can transform our lives making each moment filled with deep peace, insight, and expansive joy


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Lenox, Eastover Relax and Rejuvenate Kayaking Yoga Retreat (4/24 - 7/1): Get Away From It All and Find It All - Relax and Rejuvenate on Eastover Estate - A 600 Acre Sanctuary and Holistic Retreat Jazz Trio Kayaking $50 extra per person Free tickets covers $50 commuter f


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Lenox, Relax and Rejuvenate at Eastover Estate and Retreat (4/24 - 4/26): The R&R program is valid for any minimum two consecutive days weekly from Wednesday through Sunday. For specific dates of R&R, please change the dates accordingly on the online booking page.


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Lenox, Autumn Yoga and Hiking Retreat with Greg DiLisio (10/2 - 10/4): Yoga and Hiking Retreat at the newly renovated Eastover Estate and Retreat Center.


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Lenox, Mangalam Summer Festival with Lama Migmar (6/5 - 6/7): June 5 - 7, 2015 (weekend course), CEU Credit Applicable (YA, BOC, ...), Join Lama Migmar for a summer celebration. This summer festival will focus on the healing empowerment


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Lexington, Metropolitan Wind Symphony Band Concert: Boston Strong (5/3): The Metropolitan Wind Symphony will perform a band concert, Boston Strong, at 3 pm on Sunday May 3 at the National Heritage Museum, 33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA


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Lexington, Recent Acquisitions (1/1 - 12/31): The Museum actively works to improve and refine its collection of over 16,000 objects through gifts and purchases.


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Lexington, Swing into Spring (4/25): Swing into Spring, a night of dinner and entertainment by Doo-Wop Deville, New England’s Premier Doo-Wop Show Band.


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Lexington, The 2015 Lexington Muster (5/1 - 5/2): Enjoy a weekend of 18th Century Music, Pageantry and Entertainment.


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Lexington, The Song of Achilles-An Evening with Madeline Miller (4/28): This evening join best-selling author, Classicist, and educator, Madeline Miller as she discusses the importance of studying and teaching the Classics, and her process of blending scholarship and crea


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Lexington, TRAVEL INSPIRATIONS ~ BEADING AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 CLAYS Polymer Clay/Beading Guild Show (5/9 - 5/24): May 9 ~ 24, 2015 Open on Mothers’ Day weekend, Sat-Sun May 9-10, 2015 Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday & Sunday 12-4; Saturday 10-4 Reception on Sunday May 17 from 2-4 PM. Celebrating artistic i


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Lincoln, Free First Wednesday (12/3 - 12/2): Explore deCordova for free on the first Wednesday of every month!


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Lincoln, Integrated Vision: Science, Nature, and Abstraction in the Art of Len Gittleman and György Kepes (5/9 - 9/6): Kepes’ photographs reveal a clear correlation with his paintings: both combine expressive lines and atmospheric lighting effects, reflecting his study of the intersection of science, art, and nature.


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Lincoln, PLATFORM 16: Esther Kläs, Ferma : For her project, the artist has installed two granite planar forms just inside the forested-edge of the museum’s grounds.


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Lowell, Elemental Journey Literary Event and Free Writing Workshop (5/2): Caroline Allen is a novelist, visual artist and writing coach from the Portland, Oregon area. Her novels, Earth, Air, Fire, Water, are part of the Elemental Journey Series.


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Lowell, EXPOSED 2015, a juried, photography exhibit (4/17 - 5/31): Friday, April 17 - Sunday, May 31, 2015 Reception: Saturday, April 25, 4-6 PM Gallery Hours: Wed-Sat 12-6 PM; Sun 12-4 PM


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Lowell, Lowell Heritage State Park (1/1 - 12/31): Park describes the history of this industrial city; also boating, fishing, and walking along esplanade.


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Lowell, Oklahoma (4/24 - 4/25): Come see Oklahoma featuring the Lowell Philharmonic Orchestra on April 24 and 25, 2015 at the Cyrus W. Irish Auditorium.


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Lowell, Pursuing Justice Through Art: 2015 (3/18 - 4/25): A Multi-Cultural Genocide Exhibition and Symposium


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Lowell, Seasonal Palette - Opens april 9th (4/9 - 7/26): The enormous variety of quilts, in contrast to their uniformity--every quilt is approximately 78" tall by 32" wide--makes for a powerful viewing experience.


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Lowell, Wearable Art Extravaganza II Featuring The Four Elements (5/1 - 5/2): Wearable Arts Extravaganza II Featuring the Four Elements at Western Avenue Artist Studios is a revue of performance and visual art that reflects the artists’ interpretations of the four elements of n


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Lowell, Weave It! Floor Loom Sample Class (4/25): Please join us for Weave It! Floor Loom Sample Class at The American Textile History Museum on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.


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Lowell, Wonder of Wool: Ancient Fiber to Modern Marvel (5/9 - 8/16): Wonder of Wool: Ancient Fiber to Modern Marvel takes a fascinating look at the significance of sheep and wool in our culture and our everyday lives.


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Ludlow, A Chorus Line (4/24 - 5/9): A brilliantly complex fusion of dance, song and compellingly authentic drama.


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Lynn, Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo - Lynn Memorial Auditorium (5/3): Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo at the Lynn Memorial Auditorium in Lynn, MA on May 3, 2015.


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Mansfield, Experience The Underground Railroad (3/15 - 9/3): An interactive exhibit, patrons will travel a route in the narrative of slavery.


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Marion, Meet the Makers in the Drawing Room (5/1): Stop by and Explore in the Drawing Room; take part in a visual adventure.


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Marlborough, Naughty Spring Bingo! (4/24): Join us for Bingo - Athena's Style! Instead of cash for prizes, you win Products from Athena's Home Novelties, Which are Naughty adult toys or Spa products!


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Marlborough, Choral Treasures (5/16): Assabet Valley Mastersingers with Artistic Director Robert P. Eaton will present a treasure chest concert designed to display the serenity and joy provided by pure choral music on Saturday, May 16 at


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Marlborough, Call to Artists: Themed Exhibit- “Budding Artists” 2015 (for artists 15 and under) (5/21 - 5/28): The Post Road Art Center is calling all artists! We will be hosting the “Budding Artists” Themed Exhibit 2015 in June. This exhibit is for artists who are 15 years old or younger. The submission dea


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Marshfield, Growing Mushrooms in your yard (4/25): Learn the basics for growing mushrooms in your home landscape 2 varieties and methods will be covered plus take home your own Shitake Log. Indoor/Outdoor Workshop.


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Marshfield, OKTOBERFEST MARSHFIELD FAIR GROUNDS (9/26 - 9/27): A Celebration of German Brews, Oompah Bands, Polka Dancing & Food!


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Medford, Chris Collins and Boulder Canyon Band: A Tribute to John Denver (4/24): John Denver in a special concert event! Together, with the consummate musicians of Kevin Delmolino on bass, Paul Swanton on lead guitar, Mark Nelson on percussion, Alexander Mitchell on fiddle/mandoli


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Medford, Medford Carnival (4/22 - 4/26): Carnival fundraiser will feature rides, games and food!


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Melrose, 10th Annual Melrose Arts Festival (4/24 - 4/26): The three day festival is an exhibition and sale which displays original fine arts and fine crafts by over 40 juried artist exhibitors from Melrose and surrounding areas. All art will be for sale thro


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Nahant, Annual Riser Lecture (4/24): Join the NU Marine Science Center as we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the first Riser Lecture and retirement of Nathan "Doc" Riser, the first director of the MSC!


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Nantucket, Nantucket Daffodil Festival (4/24 - 4/26): Nantucket celebrates the end of winter every year with the Daffodil Festival.


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Nantucket, Yoga at Greater Light (4/4 - 4/25): Join the NHA and Dharma Yoga Nantucket for a special series of yoga classes at Greater Light!


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Natick, Ballet Story Hours (4/24): Listen to the stories, hear the music, and explore the movement of popular classical ballets.


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Natick, Birds and Breakfast (38th Annual) (5/10): Come on your own or with family and friends for guided walks followed by a homemade breakfast at the Nature Center.


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Natick, Explore the Night Sky: Stars and Planets (5/9): Spring is the best time to view Mars and Saturn as they make their closest approach to earth. Learn how to use star charts to discover the wonders of the night sky. With no moon, the sky will be great


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Natick, Frogs, Pollywogs & Fairies...Exploring the Vernal Pool (5/2): Discover some of the fantastic creatures that inhabit Broadmoor's vernal pool. From frogs and tadpoles to fairy shrimp, explore what hides under the water and lives around this seasonal pool.


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Natick, Frogs, Pollywogs & Fairies...Exploring the Vernal Pool (5/9): Discover some of the fantastic creatures that inhabit Broadmoor's vernal pool. From frogs and tadpoles to fairy shrimp, explore what hides under the water and lives around this seasonal pool.


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Natick, Frogs, Pollywogs & Fairies...Exploring the Vernal Pool (4/26): Discover some of the fantastic creatures that inhabit Broadmoor's vernal pool. From frogs and tadpoles to fairy shrimp, explore what hides under the water and lives around this seasonal pool.


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Natick, Multi Vendor Bingo! (5/4): There will be 10 games of bingo, the prizes being products from 10 different home-party vendors! If you LOVE the products, Come to our bingo to try to win them!


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Natick, Natick Farmers Market Opening Day Celebration! (5/2): Join the Natick Community as it celebrates the Opening Day of the Farmers Market.


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Natick, PJ Library’s Letterboxing Adventure for Lag B’Omer (5/3): Celebrate Lag B’Omer with PJ Library® and Jewish Family Network at Natick Community Organic Farm (117 Eliot Street) in Natick on Sunday, May 3 from 10-11:30am.


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Natick, Sam Kurkjian Memorial Dance (4/25): A performance by current and past Walnut Hill dancers to honor Sam Kurkjian’s legacy as a teacher and artist. All proceeds will go toward a restricted scholarship fund in his name.


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Natick, Young Masters Series: New England Conservatory in Recital (4/26): The Vasari String Quartet is a vibrant, young, Boston-based ensemble comprised of undergraduate students at the New England Conservatory of Music.


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Needham, First Time Home Buyer Seminar (4/29): Before you make the biggest purchase of your life, come and learn the ins and outs of buying your first home from a panel of local experts.


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Needham, Making Chain Maille Demonstration (5/2 - 5/3): A show how to make “European 4-in-1 Chain maille. This is a weave that is known to almost everyone – it’s what knights used to wear in battle.


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New Bedford, April Vacation Week 2015 (4/20 - 4/24): Join us throughout the week for crafts, hands-on activities and lots of family fun!


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New Bedford, Bellamys Pyrate Ball (5/1): Please come join, the Prince of Pirates, Captain Samuel "Black Sam" Bellamy and his brethren of pirates and privateers, as he cordially invites you to celebrate their plans to invade the Port of New B


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New Bedford, Commercial Marine Expo 2015 (4/27 - 4/28): If you earn your living on the waterfront, this is the trade show for you!


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Newburyport, Full Moon Story Slam (4/25): The Story Slam is our chance to gather friends and share true stories from our lives. Simply put, a story slam is a competition based on the art of storytelling.


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Newburyport, Lend-A-Hand Auction by the Sea (4/25): Opportunity Works Lend-A-Hand Auction by the Sea, April 25 6-10 PM


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Newburyport, Newburyport Literary Festival (4/24 - 4/25): The tenth annual Newburyport Literary Festival's Opening Ceremony features journalist and award winning author of The Map Thief Michael Blanding. Dinner With the Authors immediately follows.


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Newburyport, The Custom House Maritime Museum (1/1 - 12/31): Follow the history of maritime Massachusetts through the exhibits at this museum.


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Newton Lower Falls, Salon Series (4/30): Hear some of Boston’s best virtuosos on an intimate scale and join them in lively roundtable discussions in comfortable, friendly surroundings.


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Newton, Festival of the Arts for Kids 2015 (5/9): A full morning of children’s entertainment. Handmade and international crafts, Kids' activities, Face painting, Live entertainment...


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North Eastham, Registration for THE PLEASURES OF NORTHERN ITALY October 11-20. 2015 (2/1 - 9/10): Explore the Cuisine and Culture of Northern Italy with John Carafoli and John Murelle. The trip runs from October 11 to 20, 2015. We will stay at 4-star Hotel Posta in the small city of Reggio Emili


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Northampton, Africa! A Presentation (4/22): Presented by local writer Jim Spencer.


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Northampton, Randall Deihl & Nancy Hill: Sideshow (4/1 - 4/30): Opening Reception: Friday, April 10th from 6 to 8pm


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Northampton, Spring Swizzle (5/1): The Chamber Auction with a twist!


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Northampton, The Road Home: A Public Talk and Book Signing (5/6): Copies of the book will be available for the book signing following the talk for $20 (20% discount from list)


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Northampton, Visions of Peace Concert (4/25): The chamber choir Novi Cantori presents "Visions of Peace" - proceeds to be shared with Manna Soup Kitchen.


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Orleans, The Spring 2015 edition of Cape Cod Restaurant Week (5/11 - 5/17): Revisit an old favorite or find a new one!


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Pittsfield, A Will for the Woods - Special Screening (4/26): A Will for the Woods portrays the last days of a multifaceted advocate – and one community’s role in the genesis of a revolutionary movement.


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Pittsfield, Ariadne - A Reading (4/26): Admission is only $5.


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Pittsfield, Sustainable Gardening Workshop (5/9): Topics include composting and soil improvement, weed and pest control, heirloom seed-saving, as well as harvesting and storing produce.


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Pittsfield, Walk MS: Berkshires 2015 (4/25): Join us as we walk in Pittsfield on 4/25/2015 starting at Taconic High School. The walk route offers a rest stop along the way with refreshments, snacks, and smiling volunteers. Presented by Biogen.


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Plymouth, Love Stories on Burial Hill (2/7 - 12/5): Discover true tales of love and romance in the old Plymouth during a free public history tour of Plymouth's ancient burying ground. One-hour tour begins at the top of the Hill.


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Provincetown, Jay Critchley, Incorporated (5/1 - 6/21): We’re thrilled to present Jay Critchley, Incorporated: the first-ever museum survey of Provincetown artist Jay Critchley’s work, spanning more than 30 years.


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Quincy, Free IQ & Personality Test- get to know the real you (4/12 - 12/31): IQ & PERSONALITY TESTED The Quincy Test Center offers for a limited time, free intelligence and personality tests. Your IQ, personality and aptitude determine your future. Know them. No obligiation


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Quincy, South Shore Walk/5K Run (4/25): This 5K's route features beautiful views of the Boston skyline as seen from the Squantum area of Quincy, MA. All proceeds raised through this event will allow Interfaith Social Services to assist the


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Raynham, Boston Comedy Legends (4/25): Boston Comedy Legends Mike Donovan and Chance Langton to appear at the Jockey Club in Raynham on Saturday, April 25th!


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Rehoboth, Zefira Trio (4/25): The Zefira Trio's programming reflects a commitment to musical excellence that displays the artistry and depth of each instrument as both an individual voice and as part of a unified whole.


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Rockport, MASCAGNI: Cavalleria Rusticana &LEONCAVALLO: Pagliacci (4/25): Opera’s most enduring tragic double bill returns in an evocative new production from Sir David McVicar, who sets the action across two time periods but in the same Sicilian village.


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Rockport, Winter into Spring Pottery Classes (3/9 - 5/3): Nestled in the woods of Pigeon Cove, pottery classes offered year round to adults and children, all skill levels. Beginners welcome! Classes are held in a fun, relaxed environment. Small classes in


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Roxbury, 6 Playwrights in Search of a Stage (4/24 - 4/25): Roxbury Repertory Theater presents its annual production of "6 Playwrights in Search of a Stage," with six, new ten-minute plays. This year's featured playwrights include James C. Ferguson, Michele M


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Salem, Audacious: The Fine Art of Wood from the Montalto Bohlen Collection (2/21 - 6/21): Experience the beauty, sensuality and sculptural qualities of wood.


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Salem, Birch-Bark Etching Workshop (4/25): Join renowned Passamaquoddy artist David Moses Bridges for a weekend of learning about Native motifs, stories and birch-bark etching techniques.


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Salem, SALEM WILLOWS SEAFOOD FESTIVAL (7/10 - 7/12): Indulge Yourself at the Salem Willows Seafood Festival! Dozens of restaurants and food vendors serve up their seafood specialties including lobster, chowder, shrimp, clams & all the New England Favori


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Salem, COUNTRY FEST - BANDS, BREW & BBQ SALEM WILLOWS (8/28 - 8/30): •3 Days of Live Country Music & Line Dancing! •BBQ vendors serve up their succulent, finger-lickin BBQ specialties (a la carte pricing) •Mechanical Bull Riding Competition •Hot Dog Ea


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Sandwich, 2015 Sandwich Artisans Fine Arts & Craft shows (5/9 - 10/10): The Show features fine art, jewelry, pottery, glass work, photographs and more.


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Sandwich, Birds of Prey and Native American Artifacts (4/21): Explore the connection between raptors and Native Americans in this program presented by wingmasters.


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Sandwich, National Public Gardens Day at Heritage Museums & Gardens (5/8): Meet the people and plants that make Heritage one of New England’s top public gardens as part of this celebration with the American Public Gardens Association.


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Shirley, The James Hunter Six (4/24): You folks who saw last year's show already know what a phenomenal show this is. It takes you by surprise just how good James Hunter is. Van Morrison called him "one of the best voices and best kept se


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Somerville, Ballet des Dieux: Musical Delights from Renaissance France (4/26): El Dorado Ensemble (5 viols and lute) performs fantasies, dances and preludes from 16th-century France, including works by le Jeune, Ballard, Moulinie, du Caurroy and others.


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Somerville, Its All Childs Play (4/23 - 4/24): Join Tufts Opera Ensemble for its production of two very different comic one-act operas. In Ned Rorem’s "Three Sisters who are not Sisters", based on a melodrama by Gertrude Stein, three sisters (who


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Somerville, Slavic Soul Fest (5/1): Slavic Soul Party is coming to Somerville for an all out Slavic Soul Fest!


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Somerville, The Nordic Fiddlers Bloc (4/23): Norway, Sweden, and the Shetland Islands have some of the richest fiddling traditions in the world. Olav Luksengård Mjelva (Norway), Anders Hall (Sweden), and Kevin Henderson (the Shetland Islands) ar


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South Deerfield, Fancy Nancy Luncheon (4/25): Mothers and daughters come together for a special girl’s day out!


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South Hadley, Season Opening Celebration (4/23): Season Opening Celebration at the Joseph Allen Skinner Museum!


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Springfield, A Night of Laughter (4/24): Benefits Shriners Hospitals for Children & Ronald McDonald House, sponsored by Smith and Wesson!


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Springfield, Shine, The Color Tour (4/25): The Shine Tour is here! We have so many surprises in store for you! Grab your besties and spread the word because tickets will go fast!


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Stockbridge, J.C. Leyendecker and The Saturday Evening Post (4/6 - 6/14): This special exhibition features each of J.C. Leyendecker’s legendary Post cover tearsheets.


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Stockbridge, The Berkshire Botanical Gardens 38th Annual Plant Sale (5/8 - 5/9): What better way to say hello to spring than with our 38th annual Plant Sale!


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Stoneham, Princess and Frog Day (4/25): Meet your favorite princesses and learn all about the unique adaptations of frogs and the critical role they play in healthy ecosystems at Princess and Frog Day!


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Sturbridge, Mothers Day (5/10): Free admission and a special gift for moms (while supplies last) on Mother's Day at Old Sturbridge Village and enter a giveaway to win a Village-made tea set.


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Sudbury, Autumn Craft Show at the Historic Wayside Inn, Sept 12th and 13th (9/12 - 9/13): Don't miss this fabulous arts and craft fair with a variety of handcrafts. Crafts, Music and Food, Rain or Shine under the canopy!


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Sudbury, Spring Arts & Crafts Festival at the Historic Wayside Inn on May 16th and 17th (5/16 - 5/17): Don't miss this fabulous arts and craft fair with a variety of handcrafts. Crafts, Music and Food, Rain or Shine under the canopy!


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Swansea, Enter to Win a $100 Macy’s Gift Card for Mothers Day from Swansea Mall (4/20 - 5/3): Any Mom would love a $100 Macy's Gift Card - enter now for a chance to win!


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Swansea, Free Mother’s Day Craft for Kids at Swansea Mall – Sign up Now (5/2): Kids, join us on Saturday, May 2 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. to make a special keepsake just for Mom!


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Swansea, Justins Reptiles Show at Swansea Mall (4/21): Meet all kinds of reptiles during school vacation week!


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Swansea, Roger Williams Park Zoo Wild Habitats at Swansea Mall (4/23): Meet and learn about animals during school vacation week.


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Swansea, Spring Carnival at Swansea Mall (4/20 - 4/26): Fun for the whole family at Rockwell Amusements Spring Carnival


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Taunton, Bob Nelson - One Night Only! (6/6): Bob Nelson, star of two HBO Specials, performs at the Roseland Function Hall at Hong Kong City Restaurant in Taunton for one night only, Saturday, June 6th


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Wakefield, 50 Seasons of Red Sox Trivia -Opening Day Edition by the Red Sox Natives at Lauries 909 (4/23): Do you know your Red Sox Player Trivia from the last 50 Seasons? Do you want to compete to win a pair of Red Sox tickets & Laurie's Gift cards?


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Wakefield, Boston Walk Like MADD (4/25): We walk to end drunk driving. Will you take up the fight by joining us at Walk Like MADD? WALK LIKE MADD is your chance to do something about drunk driving in our community. This year, thousands


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Waltham, 28th annual Sheepshearing Festival (4/25): Enjoy demonstrations of sheep-shearing, herding dogs, spinning, weaving and gardening on a beautiful 50 acre estate.


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Waltham, 28th annual Sheepshearing Festival Waltham (4/25): Now in its 28th year, this outdoor, farm festival has become a family favorite and a tradition throughout the region!


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Waltham, A Night on the Clowns (4/24 - 4/25): Enjoy an evening of comedy, music, magic and silliness featuring some of the best physical comedians and variety artists working today.


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Waltham, Guy & Ralna of “The Lawrence Welk Show” (4/26): This dynamic duo, and the most popular singing couple on national television’s “The Lawrence Welk Show”, will be performing selections from the Great American Songbook together with favorites from the


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Waltham, Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts (4/23 - 4/25): Find your light at the annual Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts!


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Waltham, Reagle Presents Guy & Ralna of The Lawrence Welk Show (4/26): This dynamic duo, and the most popular singing couple on national television’s “The Lawrence Welk Show,” will perform selections from the Great American Songbook...


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Waltham, The Waltham Clothing Exchange Thrift/Consignment Shop is Open Tuesdays, new items Mar 24! (2/24 - 5/19): The Waltham Clothing Exchange, a consignment/thrift shop open to the public, is only open on Tuesdays. Come in with your items to sell to thrifty people or come in to find a wide variety of bargains.


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Waltham, Spring Plant Sale (5/22 - 5/24): The Spring Plant Sale includes 30 varieties of hard-to-find heirloom tomatoes, culinary herbs, select annual flower varieties, and beautiful hanging baskets.


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Watertown, Honey & Thorns: A Tribute to Israeli Song (4/29): This concert celebrates Israel’s 67th Independence Day in song. Some joyful, some poignant, some iconic, and some not as well known, these songs reflect the complexity of Israel’s soul.


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Watertown, Open Arts Day (5/2): The Arsenal Center for the Arts hosts Open Arts Day, a Watertown favorite!


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Watertown, Rise and Shine Yoga (1/21 - 6/24): Stay calm during the holiday season - join us for Rise and Shine Yoga


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Wellesley, Ayaman: BlueJazz Strings and Combos Spring Concert (4/24): Ayaman signifies a call to gather. We gather for a week-long series of events to celebrate 30 years of vibrant Jazz-World Music at Wellesley.


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Wellesley, LINX Camps Open Registration for Summer 2015 Starts October 15, 2014 (10/15 - 8/24): LINX Camps, winner of Boston Parents Paper’s Family Favorite Award for Best Day Camp, has announced Open Registration for Summer 2015 will start October 15, 2014. Save with early registration pricing


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Wellesley, LINX Open Registration for All Star Sports Camp (3/20 - 6/22): Register now for LINX’s All Star Sports Camp for an intense sports training experience including physical conditioning needed to succeed in baseball, basketball, flag football, lacrosse, soccer and st


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Wellesley, LINX Open Registration for Boys Baseball Camp (4/10 - 7/6): Register now for LINX’s Boys Baseball Camp for kids grades 2nd – 5th who want to learn the fundamentals of baseball under the direction of highly skilled coaches. Campers learn fundamental skills such


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Wellesley, Register for April Vacation Camp at LINX (4/20 - 4/24): Join LINX for a week of camp fun during the April school vacation week! Children age 4 years – 8th grade join their favorite LINX Staff from 9am – 4pm for fun activities, playtime with friends, and so


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Wellesley, Register for LINX’s April Vacation Dance and Theater Camps (4/20 - 4/24): Register for LINX’s Fun April Vacation Dance Camp or Theater Camp led by expert instructors. Camp week is April 20 – 24 2015, 9am – 4pm, grades K – 8th, and is available to members and non-members.


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Wellesley, Shakespeare & Leadership: King Lear (4/28): King Lear, which tells the tragic story of an aging king and the transfer of the rule of England to his three daughters, elevates the concept of "family business" to epic proportions.


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Wenham, Alton C. Bynum Recital Series: Katherine Whyte, soprano Jamie Hillman, piano (4/24): Soprano Katherine Whyte has performed on opera and concert stages across her native Canada, the United States and Europe. Dr. Jamie Hillman is a multi-faceted musician who is active as a singer, piani


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Wenham, FEATURED EXHIBIT: FROZEN: The Real Story of Ice on Wenham Lake (3/14 - 8/24): So, what is it that the character of Kristoff in Disney’s Frozen movie does for a living? He harvests… ice? Why would anyone need to harvest ice?


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West Hyannisport, Up The Golden Stairs: Dreams of Being American (4/25): Join Westy Egmont in a fascinating talk about immigration during the SCC’s exhibition of portraits by Mark Chester.


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Westfield, Earth Day Craft Table (4/22): A special craft will be available!


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Westford, COUNTRYFEST BANDS, BREW & BBQ NASHOBA VALLEY (5/29 - 5/31): Bands, Brew & BBQ! •3 Days of Live Country Music & Line Dancing! •BBQ vendors serve up their succulent, finger-lickin BBQ specialties (a la carte pricing) •Beer and Wine Garden •Mechanical Bull Ri


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Westminster, Music For Life ~ Rock n Run (5/2): 5K Run/Walk and Concert Event celebrating our 5th anniversary and benefiting Veteran Homstead, Inc.


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Weston, Boston Civic Symphony - A Symphonic Celebration (4/26): The Boston Civic Symphony closes its 90th season with a program featuring two of the most beloved orchestral pieces of all time.


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Weston, Comic Books and Old Toys & Games Evaluations (4/26): Have an expert look at your old comic books, toys and games and give you an idea of their value. Also learn about what makes this items valuable and how to start your own collection or to preserve wh


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Weymouth, Weymouth Carnival (4/22 - 4/26): Carnival will feature rides, games and food!


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Winchester, Broadway On Highland (5/1): All ages and ability levels are welcome, from beginners to seasoned professionals. Solo, duo, trio, or family act? Come on down.


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Winchester, Music MAYnia Festival (5/3): Music MAYnia is a free community festival that features continuous live performances, arts & crafts, face painting, drum circles, balloon animals, a lollipop raffle, ring toss, refreshments, and more!


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Woburn, Reiki 1 Certification in Woburn (5/9): Reiki is a popular, effective and simple form of energy work used in hospitals across the country. "Reiki" means universal life force energy. During this workshop you will learn the Usui method of cha


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Worcester, April School Vacation: Build It! For a Greener Tomorrow (4/21 - 4/24): Join us during April School Vacation and Build It! For a Greener Tomorrow. Bring the whole family to work together on earth-friendly creations and learn how the pros adapt their designs to be green.


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Worcester, Brentano Quartet (5/1): Since its inception in 1992, the Brentano String Quartet has appeared throughout the world to popular and critical acclaim. Within a few years of its formation, it garnered the first Cleveland Quartet


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Worcester, Dicks Beantown Comedy Club Dick Doherty Improper Bostonian Fri May 1 9pm Sat May 2 8pm (5/1 - 5/2): Dick Doherty headlines Dick's Beantown Comedy Escape at Park Grill and Spirit in Worcester MA!!!


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Worcester, Dicks Beantown Comedy Escape Dan Crohn Boston Comedy Fest. Semi-finalist Apr 24 9pm Sat Apr 25 8pm (4/24 - 4/25): Dan Crohn headlines Dick's Beantown Comedy Escape at Park Grill and Spirit in Worcester MA!!!


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Worcester, Fencing April Vacation Clinic (4/21 - 4/24): Join us for our awesome morning fencing clinics! Beginners through intermediate level fencers age 8-14. (Younger experienced fencers may participate with coach's okay.)


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Worcester, Fiddler on the Roof (4/24 - 4/26): Set in the Pale of Imperial Russia in 1905, Fiddler on the Roof tells the story of Tevye, the father of five daughters, as he struggles to maintain his family and Jewish tradition while external influ


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Worcester, Fiddler on the Roof, presented by The Assumption College Theatre Dept. (4/24 - 4/26): Fiddler on the Roof tells the story of Tevye, the father of five daughters, as he struggles to maintain his family and Jewish tradition while external influences encroach on their lives.


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Worcester, Gonzalo Grau & the Plural Combo (4/22): Building on last year’s popular kick-off with Cristina Pato & the Migrations Band, ATB partners with the Conference once again for a festive celebration!


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Worcester, Jazz with Isabel Stover with Pamela Hines Trio (5/2): A great evening of jazz with West Coast vocalist Isabel Stover joining the Pamela Hines Trio!


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Worcester, Photography Exhibit: Africas Children of Arms (1/21 - 5/31): Revealing the everyday realities of former child soldiers in Africa, a new exhibition at the Museum provides a window into the lasting impact of war through images drawn from grantee recipients at the


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Worcester, The 2015 New England VegFest (4/26): The New England VegFest is a free festival that brings the local community together to celebrate vegetarianism.


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Worcester, Worcester Contra Dance, Saturday, May 9 (5/9): All welcome. No experience required.. Live Music. All dances are taught. Come with or without a partner.


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