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“Animals Around Us” by Sue Kim at 6 Bridges Gallery

When: Feb. 15, 9:00AM
Where: 6 Bridges Gallery, 77 Main Street


MAYNARD: Photographs exploring the expressiveness and wonder of some of the creatures with which we share this planet. There will be a reception on March 25, 2-4pm. For information, visit https://6bridges.gallery, www.facebook.com/6BridgesGallery/ and www.instagram.com/6bridgesgallery/?hl=en.

Aqua Terra: Brooke Lambert &amp; Kurt Hanss Exhibit

When: Feb. 28, 2:00PM
Where: Parish Center for the Arts, 10 Lincoln Street


WESTFORD: Artists Brooke Lambert and Kurt Hanss have come together to present a new, high color duo exhibition of new paintings and original collagraph prints is a vibrant exploration of land and sea through color and design using both representational and abstract imagery. The Opening Reception will be held on March 3 from 6-9pm at the Parish Center for the Arts, 10 Lincoln Street. The Gallery will be open to guests on Sundays from 2-4pm.

Lunenburg Schools' K-12 Art Show

When: Mar. 1, 9:00AM
Where: Lunenburg Public Library, 1023 Mass. Ave.


LUNENBURG: You'll be able to access the art show during the hours when the library is open for the entire month of March. Make sure to stop by the Community Room to see the student's artwork. Info:  lunenburglibrary.org.

From Winter into Spring with Poetry

When: Mar. 15, 9:30AM
Where: Acton Senior Center via Zoom


ACTON: Open to all seniors/free. Join Val Walker for a celebration of poems that take us from the windy, changing skies of March into the bright light of April. We will enjoy the works of a wide range of poets including William Wordsworth, Emily Dickinson, Robert Browning, Christina Rossetti, Sara Teasdale, Mary Oliver, Billy Collins, Claude McKay and more. You may participate from home or watch on a large-screen TV at the Senior Center. Sign up with the COA at seniorcenter@actonma.gov or (978) 929-6652 and indicate whether you are participating from home or the Senior Center.

"The Read Inspector Hound"

When: Mar. 17, 7:30PM
Where: Cannon Theatre, 28 Andrews Parkway


DEVENS: Tom Stoppard's fabulous British comedy, parodying the classic murder mysteries of Agatha Christie. Show times are March 17, 18, 24, 25, 31 & April 1 at 7:30pm, March 26 & April 2 at 2pm. Tickets are available at www.thecannontheatre.org, and are $25 for adults, and $20 for students/seniors.

Grief Support for General Loss

When: Mar. 21, 6:00PM
Where: Chelmsford Senior Center, 75 Groton Rd.


CHELMSFORD: Thursday evenings (Off April 4) in Rm. B07. Support sessions will be offered with Tufts Medicine Care at Home so those who are grieving may continue to find comfort and learn coping skills. Call (978) 552-4510 for more information.

A Perpetual Invitation: 150 Years of Art at the Concord Free Public Library

When: Mar. 24, 11:00AM
Where: Concord Museum, 53 Cambridge Turnpike


CONCORD: In honor of the Concord Free Public Library’s 150th Anniversary, the Concord Museum, the Concord Free Public Library, and the CFPL Corporation’s William Munroe Special Collections have collaborated on this special exhibition featuring the Library’s art collection. Curators from the Concord Museum and the Library’s William Munroe Special Collection lead the guided tours of the exhibition. Featured objects include paintings by Washington Allston, N.C. Wyeth, May Alcott Nieriker, Charles Hovey Pepper, Alicia Keyes, and Elizabeth Wentworth Roberts, among other artists, as well as sculptures depicting noted Concord authors such as Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry David Thoreau, and Louisa May Alcott. The exhibition also highlights Concord’s artist communities, local art collectors, the history of institutions promoting public access to works of art, and the stories of specific artists, including May Alcott Nieriker, Alicia Keyes, Elizabeth Wentworth Roberts, and others who have lived and worked in Concord. A variety of public programs exploring Concord’s art and history will be presented at both the Museum and the Concord Free Public Library. See the Calendar for program information.

Open Door Theater: "The SpongeBob Musical"

When: Mar. 24, 7:00PM
Where: The Dragonfly Theater, R.J. Grey Jr. High School


ACTON: Open Door’s multicultural/multigenerational cast will present 7 performances, all of which are relaxed/sensory friendly and feature ASL interpretation and open captioning. There will be audio-described performances on the second weekend.  Performances: 

- 3/24 at 7pm / ASL, open captioning, sensory-friendly
- 3/25 at 1pm / ASL, open captioning, sensory-friendly
- 3/26 at 1pm / ASL, open captioning, sensory-friendly
- 3/31 at 7pm / ASL, open captioning, sensory-friendly, audio described
- 4/1 at 1pm / ASL, open captioning, sensory-friendly, audio described
- 4/1 at 7pm / ASL, open captioning, sensory-friendly 
- 4/2 at 1pm / ASL, open captioning, sensory-friendly, audio described

Tickets are $15. For more information, visit www.opendoortheater.org.

Model Matzah Bakery &amp; Family Passover Experience

When: Mar. 26, 12:15PM
Where: Chabad Center of Sudbury, 100 Horse Pond Road


SUDBURY: Bake your own  Matzah and enjoy an amazing event for the entire family. Experience the ancient art of "Shmura Matzah " baking as you bake your own Matzah,  enjoy some Passover Arts & Crafts and meet Moses & Pharaoh! March 26 at 12:15pm & 1:45pm; March 27 at 4:30pm. Admission Fee: $10 per person for paid RSVP. Door Price $12 per person. Info: (978) 443-0110. RSVP at www.chabadsudbury.com/matzahbake

“No More Pretty Pictures”

When: Mar. 27, 2:00PM
Where: Princeton Community Center, 206 Worcester Road


PRINCETON: The Princeton Arts Society will hold a premier showing and public reception, the first in a new Meet The Makers video profile series. The first video profiles Charles Gray. All are welcome. These video profiles are intended to reflect the role of art in the subject’s life, give viewers a sense of the person, his/her work, and life influences, and the joy and challenge inherent in the creation of art. This project is made possible thanks to widely recognized Princeton videographer Michael Singh.

Stow Republican Town Committee Meeting

When: Mar. 27, 7:00PM
Where: Pompositticut Community Center, 509 Great Road


STOW: All Stow residents are invited. Those wishing more information about upcoming meeting and events are encouraged to check out its Facebook page www.facebook.com/StowMARepublicans, or email STRC directly at StowMAGOP@Outlook.com.

Assabet Valley Mastersingers Open Rehearsal

When: Mar. 27, 7:30PM
Where: First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury, 19 Church Road


SHREWSBURY: Interested vocalists and potential members are welcome. Get a sense of how rehearsals are run as well as a sense of the group itself. AVM offers a choral experience in a community of welcoming, inclusive, respectful, collegial and talented vocalists who value high artistic standards. Preparation will begin for the concert—“Celebrating Latin Music”. Meet the Membership chair and section leaders, and get music for rehearsal. AVM believes individuals perform best when working together in a supportive, encouraging, and non-competitive environment. For more information, visit www.avmsingers.org/sing-with-us!

Memory Lane Café

When: Mar. 28, 12:00PM
Where: Acton Senior Center, 30 Sudbury Road Rear


ACTON: A welcoming place for people with memory impairment and their care partners /caregivers. Cafés are a place to talk with others, enjoy lunch and an activity or entertainment together. Attendees are asked to bring their care partners. Lunch will be provided. Sponsored by Concord Park Assisted Living and Memory Care Community and Cooperative Elder Services, Inc. RSVP by calling (978) 929-6652. Groups will be held on the last Tuesday of each month.

Arts &amp; Crafts Club with Art for All

When: Mar. 28, 4:30PM
Where: Concord Free Public Library, 1322 Main Street (Fowler Branch)


CONCORD: In the Large Meeting Room. Every Tuesday, for teens and adults with cognitive differences are welcome to attend. Projects and activities may include making art for local shows, making holiday cards, and playing drawing games.  [Register]

American Woodcock Watch

When: Mar. 28, 6:45PM
Where: Rolling Meadows Conservation Area, 286 Littlefield Road


BOXBOROUGH: The Boxborough Birders group will sponsor a “Woodcock Watch.” Parallel park in the small parking area along the street across from the entrance. Bring a beach chair for sitting as we watch the American Woodcock perform their unusual aerial mating ritual. The action typically doesn’t start until dusk and can last for an hour or more. Rain date is March 29, same time. The watch will be led by Birders steering committee member Al Sgroi.

“Advocating for a Loved One in the Hospital or Nursing Home”

When: Mar. 28, 7:00PM
Where: Maynard Public Library, 77 Nason Street


MAYNARD: Presented by Maynard Council on Aging Elder Law Series provided by Generations Law Group, Discuss how to effectively advocate for a loved one who is hospitalized. This presentation covers the basics from what estate planning documents should be in place and how to know what your loved one’s wishes are, to more in-depth information regarding effective communication with health care providers and managing your loved one’s discharge from the hospital. Contact the Maynard Council on Aging at (978) 897-1009 with questions.

"The United States vs. Susan B. Anthony: Voting Rights for Women"

When: Mar. 28, 7:00PM
Where: Peter Rice Homestead, 377 Elm Street


MARLBOROUGH: A presentation by The Marlborough Historical Society in honor of Women's History Month. Given by the Honorable Dennis J. Curran, Justice of the Massachusetts Superior Court. It is free to the public and refreshments will be served. For more information visit www.HistoricMarlborough.org.

NFO Hosts Annual Conference in Concord

When: Mar. 29, 9:00AM
Where: National Folk Organization


CONCORD: The National Folk Organization (NFO) will be holding their annual Conference in Concord this year. From March 29-April 1, look for presentations, workshops and lots of dancing to various types of live music. Meetings and presentations will be at the Trinitarian Congregational Church, 54 Walden Street. For a dance space, they have reserved the Concord Scout House, the well-loved contra dance hall, next door at 74 Walden Street. For more information, visit tinyurl.com/nfo2023 or email nfoconfquestions@gmail.com.

Artist of the Month: Olga Hunyadi

When: Mar. 29, 12:00PM
Where: Parish Center for the Arts, 10 Lincoln Street


WESTFORD: An exhibition of oil paintings capturing scenes from all over the world. The Gallery will be open to guests each Sunday. Stop by, meet Olga and view her stunning oil paintings created with a unique perspective and vision. Olga can be reached for art purchases at olyahunyadi@gmail.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/olga.sushkova.50.  

Mt. Calvary Community Supper:  Breakfast for Dinner

When: Mar. 29, 4:30PM
Where: Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church of Acton, 472 Massachusetts Ave.


ACTON: All Sit Down Supper Sponsored by Congregation Beth Elohim!  All guests are welcome inside to join neighbors and friends at the tables in Fellowship Hall. Dinner is served from 4:30–5:45pm. Doors open at 4:15pm. Please, do not enter prior. Park your car in the back parking lot and come up the walkway to the church door. All guests are encouraged to be vaccinated. Please, be considerate of our guests and do not come if you are not feeling well. All volunteers will be vaccinated. Please note that the meals we serve may contain gluten, nuts, seeds or dairy. Take-out meals are no longer available. Info: www. mtcalvaryacton.org/Community-Supper or www. facebook.com/CommunitySupperofActonMA.

Conservation of Native Pollination Systems

When: Mar. 29, 6:00PM
Where: Concord Free Public Library, 129 Main Street


CONCORD: In the Goodwin Forum. Dr. Robert Gegear, Assistant Professor of Biology at UMass – Dartmouth and founder of The Beecology Project, will present research on plant-pollinator interactions and solutions to their decline. Before his talk, local organizations and groups will have tables where they will provide information about their pollinator work. Dr. Gegear's presentation will begin at 6:30 p.m. Come early to learn how you can get involved. Register at https:// concordlibrary.assabetinteractive.com/calendar/conservation-of-native-pollination-systems-with-dr-gegear.

Dungeons and Dragons for Grades 6-12

When: Mar. 29, 6:00PM
Where: Cary Memorial Library, 1874 Massachusetts Avenue


LEXINGTON: Registration Required. Signing up for this will be for all 5 sessions and requires a commitment to ALL 5 sessions (3/28, 4/4, 4/11, 4/18, 4/25). In partnership with Omar's World of Comics, Cary Library will be having Dungeon Master Noah Michelson host 5 sessions of Dungeons and Dragons. Come create your own fantasy character and join a unique campaign in this open-ended roleplaying game. No prior D&D experience is required to join and everything will be provided for you. If you have attended the previous session Dungeon Master Noah Michelson has hosted you will be put on the waitlist regardless of signup time. Registration opens 2/27/23 at 9am. Space is EXTREMELY limited. Repeated no-shows or last minute cancellations will result in your being unable to register for future events. Six spaces available. Registering more attendees than spaces available will automatically place your attendees on this event's wait list. Info: https://carylibrary.assabetinteractive.com/calendar/teen-dungeons-and-dragons-grades-6-12-registration-required-5/

Become an Adult ESOL or Basic Literacy Tutor! 

When: Mar. 29, 6:30PM
Where: Literacy Volunteers of Massachusetts via Zoom


LOWELL: Also April 11. It's a new year...have you been looking for a great volunteer opportunity? If you would like to make a difference in the life of an adult with limited English or basic literacy skills, we’d love to hear from you. Literacy Volunteers of Massachusetts at the Pollard Memorial Library offers free, confidential, one-on-one or small group tutoring on a flexible schedule to adults in the greater Lowell area. You do not need prior teaching experience or knowledge of another language. All you need is an open mind, a desire to help an adult improve their skills, and the ability to meet with your student for 2 hours per week! In-person, remote, and hybrid tutoring options are available. Before being matched with a student you also will be required to successfully complete an 18-hour tutor training. To learn more consider this upcoming Volunteer Information Sessions via Zoom. To RSVP to one of the above sessions, or find out more about the program, contact smiller@lowelllibrary.org or mhartmann@lowelllibrary.org, or call (978) 674-1541.  

Lenten Supper &amp; Worship Services

When: Mar. 29, 6:30PM
Where: Aldersgate United Methodist Church, 242 Boston Road (Rt. 4)


CHELMSFORD: During the season of Lent, join Aldersgate United Methodist Church for a time of fellowship and worship. Aldersgate is hosting a soup supper and worship services based on the theme of forgiveness. Suppers begin at 6pm and worship services are at 7pm. For more information, call (978) 256-9400, email aldersgatechelmsford @verizon.net, or visit aldersgatechelmsford.com or facebook.com/aldersgateumc.chelms.

Who's Raising the Kids? Big Tech, Big Business, and the Lives of Children

When: Mar. 29, 7:00PM
Where: Discovery Museum via Zoom


ACTON: With Dr. Susan Linn, author and psychologist.  Free with pre-registration; $5 suggested donation appreciated. Info: www.discoveryacton.org/education/discovery-museum-speaker-series

FREE Online Group Meditation

When: Mar. 30, 8:30AM
Where: Concord Free Public Library via Zoom


CONCORD: Via Zoom, join Be Well Be Here for a 30-minute morning meditation practice and start your day with a moment of ease. Discover mindful tools that center the body, settle the mind, and open the door to wellbeing. [Register for Zoom Link]

Monthly Veterans Breakfast

When: Mar. 30, 8:30AM
Where: Chelmsford Senior Center, 75 Groton Rd.


CHELMSFORD: 8:30am coffee, 9am breakfast, hall. Call (978) 251-0533 to register.

Opening Day Lunch &amp; Raffle

When: Mar. 30, 11:30AM
Where: Chelmsford Senior Center, 75 Groton Rd.


CHELMSFORD: In the hall. It’s baseball season! Come in for a hot dog & free raffle ticket with your lunch ticket. Call (978) 251-0533 to register.

ARHS’s Inclusive DECA Program PresentsA Fashion Show

When: Mar. 30, 6:00PM
Where: Algonquin Regional High School, 79 Bartlett Street


NORTHBOROUGH: Algonquin comes alive with style! Experience a runway show of eclectic outfits individually chosen by Inclusive DECA students to showcase their personal style with support from club advisor Zbysia Giegucz, their peers, and members of the Algonquin Fashion Club. There will also be a concession table with light refreshments. Admission is $8 at the door. Proceeds support the continuation of Inclusive DECA, a self-funded program. Attendees are also encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item to support community food banks.

Author Talk: Ilyon Woo, Author of Master Slave Husband Wife

When: Mar. 30, 7:00PM
Where: Concord Free Public Library, 129 Main Street


CONCORD: In the Goodwin Forum, join author Ilyon Woo who will discuss her new book Master Slave Husband Wife - An Epic Journey From Slavery to Freedom. The true story of William and Ellen Craft, a couple who escaped slavery through daring, determination, and disguise, with Ellen passing as a wealthy, disabled White man and William posing as “his” slave. Woo will discuss her book, with behind-the-scenes glimpses of the archival sleuthing process, with special focus on the Crafts' sensational lecture tour, which included a stop in Concord.  This event is being co-sponsored by the Library's William Munroe Special Collections and the Concord Free Public Library Corporation. [Register]

Disney's Frozen JR

When: Mar. 30, 7:00PM
Where: John Glenn Middle School Auditorium, 99 McMahon Road


BEDFORD: Presented by the John Glenn Middle School Performing Arts Department. Based on the 2018 Broadway musical, it brings Elsa, Anna, and the magical land of Arendelle to life onstage. Performances run March 30, 31 and April 1 at 7pm; April 1 at 2pm. Appropriate for all audiences, the show runs 60 minutes with no intermission. Tickets are available online at www.showtix4u.com/events/23538. Tickets are $10 and a streamed show is available for purchase for the March 31 performance.  The online box office will close seven hours prior to each performance time, but tickets will be sold at the door if available. Info: www.facebook.com/jgmsperformingarts/

THIS EARTH, Curated by Stefan Hagen

When: Mar. 30, 9:00PM
Where: Concord Art, 37 Lexington Road


CONCORD: The exhibition brings together the work of 31 artists from the Montello Foundation Artist Residency in Montello, Nevada including Renate Aller, Lee Arnold, Bug Carlson, Margaret Cogswell, Concrete Temple Theatre, Elisabeth Condon, Blane De St. Croix, Ash Ferlito, Markus Guschelbauer, Matthew Hamon, Rachel Harkai, Nicole Jean Hill, Michael Dax Iacovone, James Kao, Laurie Lambrecht, Jeff Leake, SaraNoa Mark, Summer McCorkle, Evie McKenna, Sara Morawetz, Mia Mulvey, Brie Ruais, Victoria Sambunaris, Jill Sebastian, Diana Shpungin, Miho Suzuki, John Thayer, Lea Thomas, Lea Titz, Patricia Watwood, and Audra Wolowiec. A catalog of the exhibition is available at Concord Art. For more information, contact katejames@concordart.org or nataliereiser@concord.org. You may also call Concord Art at (978) 369-2578.

Friends of the Boxborough Library Used Book  Sale

When: Mar. 31, 5:00PM
Where: Sargent Memorial Library, 427 Massachusetts Avenue


BOXBOROUGH: By popular demand, the Friends of the Boxborough Library used book sale will continue as a 3-day event. The weekend will start with a Friends' preview sale, March 31, 5-7pm. Friends memberships will be available at the door. The main public sale will take place April 1, 9am-2pm. The Everything Must Go sale will be held April 2, 2-4pm. Bags will be provided; pay $2 to fill each bag. Proceeds from the sale support library programs and museum passes. Payment must be by cash or check. Please support this sale by donating gently used hard covers, paperbacks, and audiovisual items and by attending this sale. Please do not donate VCR tapes or magazines or any material in poor condition. Books will be accepted at the library March 27-30 during regular library hours.

An Evening with Uli Lorimer &amp; Rebecca McMackin

When: Mar. 31, 6:00PM
Where: Native Plant Trust


FRAMINGHAM: Native Plant Trust, the nation’s first plant conservation organization and the only one solely focused on New England’s native plants presents An Evening with Uli Lorimer & Rebecca McMackin. Uli Lorimer, Director of Horticulture at Native Plant Trust and author of The Northeast Native Plant Primer- 235 Plants for an Earth-Friendly Garden (Timber Press) and Rebecca McMackin, Loeb Fellow, Harvard School of Design and former Director of Horticulture, Brooklyn Bridge Park will provide an evening of no-holds-barred discussion about native plants in horticulture. The evening will be moderated by Barbara Moran of WBUR. For more information and to register for programs, visit www.NativePlantTrust.org/education.

Mini-Golf is Back!

When: Mar. 31, 6:00PM
Where: Reuben Hoar Library, Shattuck Street


LITTLETON: The Library will be transformed into a unique, custom-designed 18-hole mini golf course! From 6pm-9pm on Friday evening, a ticketed event for adults aged 21+ will include unlimited rounds of golf, food, and a silent auction. On Family Day Saturday from 10am-3pm, participants of all ages can try their skills at the 18-hole mini-golf course for $5 per round. Details and tickets can be found at https://auctria.events/RHLminigolf.

Littleton High School Drama presents CHICAGO, Teen Edition

When: Mar. 31, 7:00PM
Where: Littleton High School Auditorium, 56 King Street


LITTLETON: Performances run
March 31 at 7pm, April 1 at 1pm & 7pm, and April 2 at 2pm. Tickets available at littletondrama.ludus.com or at the door.  $12 Adults; $10 Students & Seniors.

Easter Meat Raffle

When: Mar. 31, 7:00PM
Where: Ayer Gun and Sportsmen’s Club


AYER: There will 6 individual rounds consisting of Spiral Ham, Turkey, Sirloin Strip, Pork Loin, Beef Rib, gift certificates to local vendors/restaurants and various other items. Following the individual rounds, there will be a final round with a grand winner. There will also be a 50/50 raffle.

Paper Shredding Fundraising Event

When: Apr. 1, 8:00AM
Where: Hale Middle School, 55 Hartley Road


STOW: Friends of Troop 1 Stow are hosting their Paper Shredding Fundraising event. The cost is as follows:  $5/grocery store bag;  $10/banker/copy paper box (fits 5 gal container); $15/large bank box (fits 17 gal container).  Boxes will be returned. Credit card payment only, drive up service. For more information, visit www.troop1stow.net or call (978) 212-9175. 100% of net proceeds goes to supporting the Scouts of Troop 1 Stow.

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny!

When: Apr. 1, 8:00AM
Where: Clear Path for Veterans of New England, 84 Antietam Street


DEVENS: Breakfast will be hosted in partnership with the Charles W. Moore Lodge. There will be breakfast, photos with the Easter Bunny, arts and crafts, and Easter Baskets to take home! This program is for Military/Veterans and immediate household members. IDs and pre-registration are required. Limited slots available.  For more information, visit https://clearpathnewengland.formstack.com/forms/easter.

LS Softball Electronics Recycling Fundraiser

When: Apr. 1, 9:00AM
Where: Feeley Field, 200 Raymond Road


SUDBURY: Support the Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School Girls Softball Team! The LS softball program and Friends of Lincoln-Sudbury Softball (FOLSS) is sponsoring an Electronics Recycling fundraiser. Monetary donations will be collected to safely dispose of electronics such as computer equipment, office equipment, and small appliances/electronics. Please come, rain or shine, and support your local girls softball program! More info: https://sites.google.com/view/ls-softball-recycling/home Questions? Email: FriendsOfLSSoftball@gmail.com

Acton DPWFSC Tour

When: Apr. 1, 10:00AM
Where: 14 Forest Road


ACTON: On May 1, 2023, Acton Town Meeting will be considering the approval of $1,225,000 requested for the design of a new Public Works Facility (Article 6). This sum is recommended by the Town Manager in response to the Final Report of the Department of Public Works Facility Study Committee (DPWFSC), accepted by the Select Board in November, 2022. The Study found that the existing facility, built over 50 years ago, was seriously undersized, was in poor condition, and was inappropriate for present needs. The DPWFSC has set up this public tour of the facility, assisted by DPW Staff, to provide an opportunity for residents to see the conditions and make an informed decision on May 1, 2023 at Town Meeting. For more information check out the Department of Public Works Facility Study Committee page via the Boards and committees tab in the Actonma.gov website.

The Okee Dokee Brothers

When: Apr. 1, 2:00PM
Where: Acton-Boxborough Regional High School


ACTON/CONCORD: Connect your kids to nature through music when Concord Conservatory presents the Grammy Award-winning Okee Dokee Brothers for one show only, bringing their new album "Brambletown" and all their fan-favorite songs for singing and dancing. The inspirational, infectious musical duo will perform at the Acton-Boxborough High School. Purchase $25 General Admission tickets in advance from ConcordConservatory.org or at the door (if not sold out). Email info@concordconservatory.org or call (978) 369-0010.


When: Apr. 1, 7:30PM
Where: Performing Arts Center, 51 Walden Street


STOW: EmerSong, the Auxiliary of Emerson Health’s cabaret-style evening, conceived to support its inpatient and outpatient Behavioral Health Services, is back after a COVID-induced, two-year hiatus.  The event, which features local high school, college, and adult a capella groups, has traditionally been a sellout. Tickets are $30. For more information and tickets, visit EmersonHealth.org/EmerSong.