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INDIAN HILL MUSIC ‘DISCOVERY LECTURE’  “Art of the Fugue” Composer/pianist/educator Eric Kamen explains how this beautifully engineered music form creates a complex yet appealing sound that raises the bar of composition and listening to its highest level: Tuesday, March 3 at noon. ADMISSION: $...

ASRHS Drama prepares for their annual Spring musical, "PIPPIN," running March 20-22, 2020 at Ayer Shirley Regional H.S.

As told by a traveling troupe of actors led by a cunning and charming Leading Player, “PIPPIN” is the story of a young prince, heir to the throne of King Charlemagne. Pippin, certain he is extraordinary, is searching for his own “corner of the sky.” He attends university certain that he will find...
Mount Wachusett Community College is now accepting applications for the fall 2020 Gateway to College program and offering several opportunities for community members and potential students to learn more about this Early College program.      Monday, February 24, from noon to 2 p.m. at the...
Wen Stephenson, a journalist and essayist, will deliver the sermon at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church at the 9:30 a.m. service Sunday, February 16. Following the service and coffee hour, Stephenson will be the featured speaker at the weekly Adult Fo- rum where he will discuss his experiences as...
Mount Wachusett Community College welcomes Winchendon resident J. Robert Jennings for a college and community-wide discussion of his life and work as a structural engineer, environmental designer, architect, peace activist and co-founder of Noonday Farm, a nonprofit serving the residents of...
Beloved by audiences and critics alike, the award-winning Radius Ensemble presents TRACING on Sunday, March 8, 2020 at 3 p.m. at the Fitchburg Art Museum. Located in Fitchburg, northwest of Boston, FAM’s mission is to be a catalyst for learning, creativity and community building. This concert is...
Are you planning your summer garden? Dreaming of new garden spaces? Thinking of starting seeds? Need some new ideas? If so, come join a group of enthusiastic gardeners to learn, share, and be inspired. The Gardeners Exchange is a local garden club that meets once a month on weekends between...
The Bigelow Free Public Library, 54 Walnut St., Clinton will host Tona Hangen, associate history professor from Worcester State University, to present “Votes for Women! an historical perspective,” on Wednesday, February 19 at 6:30. (Snow date February 26). This one-hour program will present the...
"Votes for Women!" The Bigelow Free Public Library, 54 Walnut St., Clinton will host Tona Hangen, associate history professor from Worces- ter State University, to present “Votes for Women! an historical perspective,” on Wednesday, February 19 at 6:30. (Snow date February 26).      This one...
Jo Sandman: The Photographic Work on view February 8–June 7, 2020 at the Fitchburg Art Museum explores Sandman’s turn to photography in the 1990s. Over the course of the last three decades, Sandman has grounded her photographic images in the human figure, mortality, and the tensions between the...

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