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The Herald has just learned that the event with Rabbi Joseph Polak scheduled for May 8 at  Congregation Shalom in Chelmsford has been cancelled. We have no information at this time on whether or not it will be rescheduled, or the reason for the cancellation. 
Ft. Devens Museum’s annual celebration of Armed Forces Day this May 18  focuses on three critical times for this country as well as for the U.S. Army. Doors open at 10 a.m. and visitors are invited to attend three separate programs during the day at the Museum, located at 94 Jackson Road on Devens...
Merrimack Valley Jewish Federation will hold its annual Jewish Film Festival over three days in various locations, beginning Saturday, May 18 and ending on Monday, May 20. The festival will feature four films, Magic Men, The Samuel Project, the Invisibles and Shoelaces. All four movies have won...
Bluegrass jam with the Reiner Family Band: A lively set of bluegrass, old-time, and country tunes with champion fiddler Dave Reiner, pianist Eric Eid-Reiner, and singer/guitarist Paul Harty followed by a casual jam session. Bring your instrument to sit in and play, or just listen. Friday, May 3 at...
Rabbi Joseph Polak, author of the acclaimed memoir After the Holocaust the Bells Still Ring, will present a unique and dramatic reading from this memoir. All are invited to Congregation Shalom in Chelmsford on May 8 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. for this dramatic reading, with a book signing to follow.  A...
W. Bailey, The Nashoba Symphonic Band will perform its “Epic Tales” concert on Sunday May 5 at 7 p.m. in  Nashoba Regional High School Auditorium, (12 Green Rd., Bolton; Rte. 117, west of town center).  The concert is free and open to the public (although goodwill donations are gratefully accepted...
Join local concerned residents to learn more about the PFAS family of contaminants discovered recently in public drinking water supplies, its possible health effects, and what is being done to remove it. Special guest speakers include Dr. Phil Brown, NE University; Dr. Laurel Schaider, Silent...
Devins Museum Replaces the its previously-scheduled April 20 WWI Program with focus on The Yankee Division, WWI. The Museum will present the film, "Yanks Fight the Kaiser,"  about the famed 26th Yankee Division’s part in the Great War. The show will start at 1 p.m. at the Museum, 94 Jackson Road in...
Join Dunstable Theater Collaborative for a wild comedic ride in their production of Don’t Dress for Dinner, a farce by Marc Camoletti.  With his wife out of town, an alibi from his best friend, and a gourmet chef to add culinary spice, Bernard has the perfect romantic evening planned for his French...
The Nashoba Valley Chorale presents its spring concert, “An Unexpected Calm,” Saturday, April 13, 8 pm at the Performing Arts Center at Littleton High School, 56 King Street. The group will sing Bach’s joyful song of praise, “Singet den Herrn” and will also perform Gabriel Fauré’s transcendent “...

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