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The Eighth Annual Winter One-Acts

When: Feb. 4, 7:30PM
Where: Lincoln Sudbury Players, LSRHS, 390 Lincoln Road

Description

SUDBURY: Tickets are $8 for students & senior citizens; $15 for adults. Info: www.lsrhs.net/students/activities_clubs/drama

Playtime Theatre: Sleeping Beauty

When: Feb. 5, 10:30AM
Where: 53 Church Street, West Concord

Description

WEST CONCORD: Spend Saturday mornings with Concord Youth Theatre’s PLAYTIME THEATER - a delightfully interactive theater experience! CYT actors will inspire you with new and improved versions of familiar children’s stories, complete with a sing-a-long! Outgoing audience members may even join the actors on stage to tell a joke or share a special talent. And everyone gets a prize at the end! $5/person, cash or check only - no advance sales. Suggested audience ages 2-9. www.concordyouththeatre.org

Nashoba Symphonic Band

When: Feb. 5, 2:00PM
Where: Mechanics Hall, Worcester

Description

WORCESTER: “A Moment of Celebration!” Celebrating NSB's Fifth Anniversary (a year late!). Featured soloist for the concert will be organist, Gavin Klein. Highlights of the concert include Bach's “Fantasia in G-Major,” The Polka and Fugue from “Schwanda the Bagpiper” by Jaromir Weinberger, Persichetti's “Psalm for Band,” and the glorious Finale from the Saint-Saens “Organ Symphony,” as well as marches by Sousa and Goldman.  Performances are free and open to the public. At this time masks are required.

Listening to Four Centuries of Music with Sivan Etedgee

When: Feb. 17, 12:30PM
Where: Acton Senior Center, 30 Sudbury Road Rear

Description

ACTON: Open to out-of-town seniors for $5/lecture. Pianist and teacher Sivan Etedgee leads a monthly classical music series at the Senior Center that combines lecture, live performance and sound recordings. This month’s topic is “Composers and Forms of The Classical Era.” Info: seniorcenter@actonma.gov; www.actoncoa.com.

Story/Craft with Crossroads at the Concord Free Public Library

When: Feb. 17, 4:00PM
Where: Concord Free Public Library, 129 Main Street

Description

CONCORD: Story and craft programs that focus on important cultural, social, and diverse topics. Children in grades K-5th grade are invited to delve into subjects including culture, identity & diversity! The program will take place in the Children’s Activity Room at the Main Library on the third Thursday of each month at 4pm. The dates: March 17, April 21, May 19, and June 16. No registration required. For more information about Library programs and services, call 978-318-3301, or visit www.concordlibrary.org.

Playtime Theatre: The Cat in the Hat

When: Feb. 19, 10:30AM
Where: 53 Church Street, West Concord

Description

WEST CONCORD: Spend Saturday mornings with Concord Youth Theatre’s PLAYTIME THEATER - a delightfully interactive theater experience! CYT actors will inspire you with new and improved versions of familiar children’s stories, complete with a sing-a-long! Outgoing audience members may even join the actors on stage to tell a joke or share a special talent. And everyone gets a prize at the end! $5/person, cash or check only - no advance sales. Suggested audience ages 2-9. www.concordyouththeatre.org

Playtime Theatre: Mary Poppins

When: Mar. 5, 10:30AM
Where: 53 Church Street, West Concord

Description

WEST CONCORD: Spend Saturday mornings with Concord Youth Theatre’s PLAYTIME THEATER - a delightfully interactive theater experience! CYT actors will inspire you with new and improved versions of familiar children’s stories, complete with a sing-a-long! Outgoing audience members may even join the actors on stage to tell a joke or share a special talent. And everyone gets a prize at the end! $5/person, cash or check only - no advance sales. Suggested audience ages 2-9. www.concordyouththeatre.org