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St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church continues their Lenten program, Rejoice, Reduce, Renew! The Call for Creation Care on Sunday March 31, at 11:15 a.m. in the church’s Parish Hall. Sunday’s offering, Love Thy Planet, is a continuation of a discussion of the book The Earth Gospel by Sam Hamilton-Poore,...
Maestro Bruce Hangen and Orchestra of Indian Hill are delighted to welcome two-time Grammy Award-winning clarinetist Richard Stoltzman as guest artist for the Massachusetts premiere of Finnish composer Einojuhani Rautavaara’s Clarinet Concerto: Saturday, March 23 at Littleton High School Performing...
From March 28 – 30, 2019, the Fitchburg Art Museum celebrates inspiring Italian cinema. The three-day festival will feature four different Italian films. From classic to contemporary, these films tackle the complexities of self, home, and human connection through an Italian lens. Each film is...
Congregation Shalom in Chelmsford invites all interested to the unique musical program, “Written in Breath,” on Sunday, March 24 from 4:00 to 5:30 pm. It will be presented by Yiddish performer Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell, an African-American classically trained operatic bass.  In “Written in...
The story of the ill-fated U.S.S. Indianapolis will be the subject of the Saturday, March 16 program at Fort Deven s Museum. Once again the Museum’s raconteur of sea stories, Bob Begin, returns to tell the story of this United States ship, with a proud record, ending up torpedoed and sunk all alone...
Ayer, MA: St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church is observing Lent this year by focusing on Creation Care and the need to care for the Earth. Led by Faith Salter of the Appalachian Mountain Club, the series encompasses a mix of lectures, outings, and discussions of the book The Earth Gospel by Sam Hamilton-...
The play follows four friends who are thrust into an exciting, high-stakes, international adventure at the very moment in which they start to imagine the possibilities beyond the safe environment in which they live,” says Drew Cohen, president of Music Theatre International (MTI). ArtsNashoba cast...
Saturday, February 23, 2019, 7:30-10:00PM. Our regular fourth Saturday monthly barn dance at the Parish Center for the Arts with Dudley Laufman calling and Oh, CONTRAire! providing lively music. No experience required. First-time dancers: come at 7:00 for free  instruction. $6 adults; Students 21...
Actors Aaron Coleman and Katie Rains, both of Groton, rehearse lines along with their cast mates in preparation for "Cheaper by the Dozen," a Cannon Theatre, Littleton, production opening next month. Other Groton residents Hannah Kazimer, Michael Rains, and Rachael Fulreader are prominently...
Drawbridge Puppet Theater will be present Cinderella throughout February. This classic fairy tale features marionettes and shadow puppets and includes plenty of humor and romance. This show is appropriate for ages three and up. Public shows will be Saturdays and Sundays at noon. There will also be...

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