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Although the pandemic has put St. Mark’s Episcopal Church’s annual Chocolate Festival on hold this year, parishioners have stepped up in another creative way to combat hunger and food insecurity in our community. The Five Loaves, Two Fishes campaign will match each dollar given to five local...
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is a science fiction comedy radio series written by Douglas Adams, and originally broadcast in the United Kingdom by BBC Radio 4 in 1978. The first four episodes of this series were later adapted by Adams into his best-selling novel of the same title. The plot...
The Baker-Polito Administration has announced that 239 municipal fire departments will receive nearly $2 million in grants to fund fire education programs for children and older adults across Massachusetts. Dunstable Fire Department will receive $3,794 for their Student Awareness of Fire Education...
On Monday, Feb. 8, Lowell General Hospital will shift its COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Program to Cross River Center, 1001 Pawtucket Blvd. East, in an effort to expand its efforts to vaccinate individuals included in Phase 1 of state’s vaccination guidelines as well as those 75 and over.      To...
Thanks so much for Including the Museum’s upcoming exhibition, Painted Poetry, in the 1/22 issue of the Groton Herald. The exhibit will go forward virtually only, live on our website beginning Feb. 5.       The Museum staff has decided that we will not reopen on Feb. 5, as stated in the press...

Photo Credit: Alexander Gassel, Russian Village, 1992

 

 [The Museum is currently closed for the safety of staff and visitors, with plans to reopen on February 5, 2021. All virtual programs will go on as planned. Stay tuned to social media for more updates.]   The Museum of Russian Icons plans to reopen on February 5, 2021 with "Painted Poetry," a...
“What is old is new again” is the theme of an online group exhibit entitled “Under the Bed,” in which the artists have selected their favorite work. Participating artists include C.M. Judge, Ruth Nelson, Sue Norton, Helen Obermeyer Simmons, Joanne Stowell, Carolyn Todd, Susan Wadsworth and Elsa...
What’s Happening at the Bigelow Library? Curb-side pick-up, programming, and by-appointment-only computer/faxing, printing and browsing, that’s what!      Even during the pandemic, the Bigelow library is here to help you! We are still providing library loans (order online with the pick-up...
The Discovery Museum Speaker Series kicks off its 9th year with Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, President Emerita of Spelman College who is widely known for her expertise on race relations and as a thought leader in higher education. “Talking to Kids about Race and Racism: A Conversation with Dr....
In the northern hemisphere, the shortest day of the year comes at the winter solstice. Regardless of what the weather is doing outside, the solstice marks the official start of winter. After the winter solstice, the days get longer, and the nights shorter. Join a winter solstice walk to celebrate...

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