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The Porch on Windy Hill

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Where: Merrimack Repertory Theatre, 50 E. Merrimack Street

LOWELL: A bi-racial Korean classical violinist, Mira, and her music history grad-student boyfriend, Beck, escape months of Covid-isolation to the mountains of North Carolina. Their journey takes a surprising turn when they meet Edgar, and Mira faces a flood of memory, pain, hope, and discovery that follows. A moving, modern American play about family- with enough music for a real ‘hoot ‘n’ holler’ as the cast- Lisa Helmi Johanson, Morgan Morse, and David Lutken perform a dozen traditional and bluegrass gems. The quintessentially American melodies running through The Porch on Windy Hill illuminate a young woman’s complex, contemporary tale of healing. Show times vary by day, Full details at mrt.org, or call (978) 654-4678
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Fowler Afoot: A Walking Book Club

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Where: Concord Free Public Library, 1322 Main Street (Fowler Branch)

CONCORD: Gather at the Fowler Branch Library and then walk together on the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail. Be sure to dress for the weather and the walk. Rachel Carson (1907-1964) was a science writer and biologist for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. We will be discussing her book Silent Spring, "the classic that launched the environmental movement." Copies are available for pickup at Fowler. Both the ebook and audiobook are available to download from Hoopla. [Register for Walking Book Club]
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Virtual Job Search Help for 50 & Over - Cover Letters/Using AI in your Job Search

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Where: J.V. Fletcher Library via Zoom

WESTFORD: The Massachusetts Library Collaborative's 50+ Job Seekers Group meets on biweekly the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month, from 9:30-11:30am, via Zoom. If you are unemployed and actively looking, underemployed, seeking a new career direction, re-entering the job market after a long employment gap, or recently retired and looking for your "Encore Career", this networking group program is perfect for you! Register Here
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Theatre III Presents "Silent Sky"

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Where: Theatre III, 250 Central Street

ACTON: Lauren Gunderson's "Silent Sky" is playing at Theatre III April 19, 20, 26 and 27 at 8pm; April 28 at 2pm.
Directed by Alison Walters-Short, the cast features Marty Mason, Savannah White, Lee Pallotta, Jane Allard, Karen Dervin, Kat Stryker and Kathleen O'Connor.  For tickets and more information, visit www.theatreiii.org/silent-sky-2024.html.
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Groton Town-Wide Litter Clean Up

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Where: Prescott Community Center

GROTON: Groton Grange # 7 will hold their annual TLC, Town-Wide Litter Cleanup, on April 20 and 21 from 9am-3pm each day. Their tent, table and dumpsters will be at Prescott Community Center. Stop by the table and sign up for an area to clean, and get trash bags, gloves and water. Return the bags to the dumpsters after your collection. Help to beautify Groton this spring, and make the roads, parks and recreational areas enjoyable for all.
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Earth Day & Cleanup Day 2024

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Where: Sudbury Center

SUDBURY: Residents are encouraged to come and learn what they can do to help protect our planet. The event features a Farmer's Market and Earth Fair at the Noyes School, live demonstrations and presentations at Town Hall, as well as live alpacas, Electric Vehicle Touch-A-Truck, Dog Officer Rico and much more! For more information, visit https://sudbury.ma.us/earthday. Each year, Sudbury civic groups, businesses and residents volunteer their time and energy to pick up litter all over town. All are encouraged to join in the general beautification of Sudbury roads, public areas and parks. Everyone’s help is needed in this important effort! For more information about the clean-up effort, visit https://sudbury.ma.us/cleanup.
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Concord Wetland Wildlife: Close Looks at the Animals of Thoreau’s Favorite Swamp - with Ron McAdow

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Where: Concord Free Public Library, 129 Main Street

CONCORD: Goodwin Forum. This slide presentation will feature videos and photos of wildlife from Well Meadow, the pristine wetland off Fairhaven Bay, on Concord’s southeast boundary. Well Meadow was a frequent destination for Henry David Thoreau. Ron’s trail camera monitors traffic on a beaver dam that crosses the swamp. We will see images and videos of the wide variety of animals that use this bridge: mink, otter, bobcat, and many other species.
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Virtual: Q&A with author C.S. Harris

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Where: J.V. Fletcher Library, 50 Main Street

WESTFORD: Chatting with Historical Mystery author, C.S. Harris (aka Candice Proctor), the prolific writer of the Sebastian St. Cyr series. We're also celebrating the book birthday of the 18th in this series, "Who Cries for the Lost?" - with a title like that, don't you just want to run out and read every book, starting with "What Angels Fear". Register here.
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Magic for Seniors

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Where: Littleton Senior Center

LITTLETON: From Mind-Reading to Coins to Cards, Ed the Wizard will offer something magical for all, including the teaching of easy impromptu magic effects that the patrons can perform for their grandchildren. Be prepared to be amazed, amused, and possibly volunteer, with Ed the Wizard's award-winning performance.
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Gardening for Climate Resilience

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Where: Acton Town Hall, Room 204 & Virtually

ACTON: From drought to extreme rain and high winds, the last two years have been tough on our basements, backyards, and roadways, not to mention less visible impacts on the web of life in gardens and woodlands. Can we tend the soil and landscape for more resilience? Join Trevor Smith, Weston Nurseries Design and Education Manager, as he addresses issues from stormwater runoff to soil health. With deep experience in regenerative land care, Trevor will help us understand the role of native plants in building resilience and biodiversity. Also, hear the latest on the Sustainability Office's plan for outdoor resilience at Acton's "Red House." Sponsored by EnergizeActon.org, the Acton Conservation Trust, and the Acton Garden Club Shirley Towle Fund. Register HERE.
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A Personal History of the 1960s - with Doris Kearns Goodwin

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Where: Concord Free Public Library, 129 Main Street

CONCORD: A presentation and book signing with the Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Doris Kearns Goodwin for her newest book, An Unfinished Love Story: A Personal History of the 1960s. One of America’s most beloved historians, Doris artfully weaves together biography, memoir, and history. She takes us along on the emotional journey she and her husband, Richard (Dick) Goodwin embarked upon in the last years of his life. [Register for Doris Kearns Goodwin Talk]
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“How Art Can Inspire Civic Engagement in Kids”

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Where: Discovery Museum via Zoom

ACTON: With Chanel Thervil, Artist + Educator; Inaugural Discovery Museum Artist in Residence. Civic engagement is not just about voting and government—it encompasses all the ways in which individuals take action and get involved in their communities. Thervil will speak about helping children consider what they love about their community, so they see a place for themselves in making their communities better and how the creative process and experience of artmaking is a powerful tool in giving kids the space to connect, share ideas, and be present for others. The event will be held virtually via Zoom on February 15 from 7-8pm. Registration is required, available at http://bit.ly/DMSpeakerSeries. All events are free. For more information, visit discoveryacton.org.
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Chelmsford Friends of the Library Spring Book Sale

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Where: Chelmsford Town Offices' Gym, 50 Billerica Road

CHELMSFORD: Chelmsford Friends of the Library will be holding the Library's Spring Book Sale on April 26, 9am-7:30pm, and April 27, 9am-2pm. There will be plenty of fiction, children's books, biography, history, cookbooks, sciences, social sciences, DVDs and CDs.  All proceeds help support library programs and services.
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Sugar Kings

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Where: Littleton High School PAC, 56 King Street

LITTLETON: The Littleton Lyceum presents its last program of the season. This award-winning quartet performs R & B, rock, and reggae music and are known for their dynamic live performances, rich harmonies, and ability to transcend musical genres. Tickets are just $25 for a family; $8 for a single admission; $5 for seniors or students. For more information, visit littletonlyceum.org or follow them on Facebook.
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South Acton Church Rummage & Bake Sale

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Where: South Acton Church, 35 School Street

SOUTH ACTON: The South Acton Church's famous Rummage Sale is back, returning and the bargains will be fabulous! Upstairs, there will be delicious baked goods, scrumptious soups, veggie wraps, and beef and vegan chili - perfect for lunch or take-out! Also, they’ll have their famous frozen entrees, terrific to keep in the freezer for a fast and healthy dinner. Downstairs will be all the deals! Clothes for all ages, housewares, toys, jewelry, and lots of special items, all at stunning bargain prices.  All are welcome!
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Annual Spring Town-wide Yard Sale

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Where: Roudenbush Community Center, 65 Main Street

WESTFORD: Shop to your heart's content at Roudenbush’s Annual Spring Town Wide Yard Sale at Abbot School Lawn. You can also stop by Roudenbush Community Center at 65 Main Street for the list of community locations hosting their own yard sales at their homes on the same day. To purchase a space to sell at the yard sale or to purchase a space on the map please visit www.roudenbush.org/townwideyardsale.
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PlugIN Tour: Clean Energy Home of the Month – April Focus on Dual Fuel & Solar

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Where: EnergizeActon

ACTON: Energize Acton continues its series on how energy use matters for future generations with an April home tour that features a multi-systems house. The homeowners have moved one step at a time, from insulation to including an air source heat pump for part of their energy load. Most recently, when their tree canopy changed, they installed rooftop solar. Come and hear about their journey to decrease the carbon footprint of their home. Coffee, munchies, and tax credit/rebate resources included. There will be two free sessions, one at 11am and one at 1pm. The address will be sent upon registration. For info and registration, visit https://community.massenergize.org/ActonMA/events/1387.
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Seeds of Spring Family Farm & Garden Day

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Where: Longley Acres, 27 Whitney Road

SHIRLEY: Celebrate Spring with an afternoon of planting, crafting, games, farm animals, trail walks, music and more! (Rain date: April 28).  This free event brought to you by The Playboard of Shirley.  For more information, visit them on Facebook at facebook.com/PlayboardOfShirley.
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Fundraising Concert with Fred Small

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Where: United Church of Christ, Congregational, 723 Mass. Ave.

BOXBOROUGH: Small will share great, inspiring music while supporting the Indigenous Environmental Network and Friends of the Boxborough Library. Doors open at 6:30pm for the 7pm concert. Tickets are $25 at the door. For online tickets and more information please visit https://bit.ly/3IlHSw1.
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An Evening of Jazz

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Where: First Parish Bedford UU

BEDFORD: CALLING ALL HEP CATS! The First Parish Music Committee is reviving a popular fundraising event that got derailed by COVID.  "An Evening of Jazz" will feature an inter-generational crew of members and friends of First Parish bringing a jazz perspective to tunes from a variety of eras and styles. Performers include Emory Carroll (drums), Buffie Groves (voice), Dean Groves (electric bass), Dave Southard (saxophone), and Steve Sussman (piano). There will be two sets with one intermission. Table seating and light bar snacks will be available. Net proceeds from this event will benefit First Parish. Suggested Donations (gratefully accepted at the door) will be $20 for Adults, and $15 for Seniors/Students.
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A Community Reads on Climate Change

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Where: J.V. Fletcher Library, 50 Main Street

WESTFORD: Concerned about our changing climate and would like to learn more? Want to talk with your friends and neighbors about this important issue? In celebration of Earth Month, the J.V. Fletcher Library, Westford Climate Action, and the Westford Sustainability Department are hosting a community book discussion on climate change. Choose a book from the curated list from the L.A. Times and bring your ideas and questions to the Meeting Room at the Library. Talk with fellow community members about the challenges of and possible solutions to this urgent issue. The curated L.A. Times book list is available here.
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Sacred Stones & Trail Trees

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Where: Reuben Hoar Library, Shattuck Street

LITTLETON: The Nashobah Ceremonial Stone Landscape team provides evidence of Native ceremonial spirit sites built after 1830 – proof that Natives kept their spiritual traditions alive in Nashobah and under the very noses of 19th century Littleton Society. You won’t want to miss this informative program. Admission is free. Presented by the Littleton Historical Society.
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A Community Reads on Climate Change

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Where: J.V. Fletcher Library, 50 Main Street

WESTFORD: Concerned about our changing climate and would like to learn more? Want to talk with your friends and neighbors about this important issue? In celebration of Earth Month, the J.V. Fletcher Library, Westford Climate Action, and the Westford Sustainability Department are hosting a community book discussion on climate change. Choose a book from the curated list from the L.A. Times and bring your ideas and questions to the Meeting Room at the Library. Talk with fellow community members about the challenges of and possible solutions to this urgent issue. The curated L.A. Times book list is available here. Registration is suggested but drop-ins are welcome. Register here
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Memory Lane Café

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Where: Acton Senior Center, 30 Sudbury Road Rear

ACTON: A Memory Café is 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. This event is sponsored by Concord Park Assisted Living and Memory Care Community and Cooperative Elder Services, Inc. Please RSVP by calling (978) 929-6652. Groups will be held on the last Tuesday of each month.
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YA Sweet Reads

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Where: J.V. Fletcher Library, 50 Main Street

WESTFORD: Discuss “Mirror to Mirror” by Rajani LaRocca and enjoy some dessert! Copies of each the book are available at the Main Desk. Open to Grade 6 and up. Register at https://westfordlibrary.assabetinteractive.com/calendar/sweet-reads-4.
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Princeton Arts Society's 2024 Annual Spring Show: “Euphoria”

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Where: Princeton Community Center, 206 Worcester Road (Post Office Place)

PRINCETON: Surround yourself with art. The Princeton Arts Society’s Annual Spring Show & Sale is the perfect opportunity to view inspiring works of art and perhaps add a piece to your personal collection. The Show and Opening Reception are free and open to the public and run May 3, 6-8pm (Opening Reception); May 4 and 5, 10am-4pm. All work is by the Society’s members, many of whom are award winning artists widely recognized in their fields. The show includes works in oils, acrylics, watercolors, pastels, photography, and more, including three-dimensional works, with subject matter as varied as our artists. The Princeton Arts Society is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization encouraging and supporting area visual, literary and performing artists. For more information, visit princetonarts.org or find them on Faceook: Princeton Arts Society.
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Friends of the Bolton Public Library Book Sale

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Where: Houghton Building, 697 Main Street

BOLTON: There are over 5,000 books sorted and “not picked over.” Puzzles, CDs and DVDs. The sale is the Friends' largest fundraiser. Proceeds support programs, events, museum passes, and the online newsletter “Wowbrary.”
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Paper Shredding Fundraising Event

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Where: Hale School, 55 Hartley Road

STOW: Friends of Troop 1 Stow will be hosting their Paper Shredding Fundraising. 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 troop1stow.net or call (978) 212-9175. 100% of net proceeds goes to supporting the Scouts of Troop 1 Stow.
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Littleton Touch-a-Truck

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Where: 550 King Street Parking Lot

LITTLETON: This is a FREE hands-on opportunity for the kid in everyone! Haven't been to Touch-A-Truck yet? EXPLORE, CLIMB and TOUCH military and emergency response vehicles, racecars, motorcycles, off-road trucks, construction equipment, cars, and more! This kid-friendly gearhead extravaganza is a hit with kids of all ages because all of these vehicles are open for you to climb in the driver’s seat, honk the horn, and meet the men and women who drive them every day! Want to show off your vehicle? You make this event possible! Registrations are being accepted now. Register online at littletonma.myrec.com/info/activities/program_details.aspx?ProgramID=30536. For more information or questions, please contact Tim Michalski @ (978) 540-2493 or email TMichalski@littletonma.org
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"How to Photograph Flowers"

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Where: Northborough Historical Society

NORTHBOROUGH: Learn how to compose and shoot amazing photographs of flowers and nature with your digital or cell phone camera. Jeanine Vitale of Prism Point Photography will offer a slide show presentation. Through examples of her work, Jeanine will instruct us on the fundamentals of composition, light, angle, background and more. How to use your cell phone camera professional features will also be covered. A $5 donation is suggested at the door for non-members. For more information or to register, visit northboroughgardenclub.com.
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Hudson Candidates’ Night 

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Where: Hudson Senior Center, 29 Church Street

HUDSON: Co-hosted by the Assabet Valley Chamber and the League of Women Voters/Acton Area, the event’s objective is to provide voters with an opportunity to listen to, and learn more about, candidates from contested races, in a comfortable atmosphere. Questions for contested candidates for the Select Board and Board of Library Trustees can  be submitted by April 23 at https://bit.ly/HudsonCandidates2024. At the event, questions from audience members will be submitted on index cards and presented to the moderator. There’s ample parking at the Senior Center, along Church Street, as  well as at Railroad Crossing, across the street from the Center. 

Cannot attend in person? Watch the event live on HUDTV on Comcast Channel 8 or Verizon Channel 47, or livestream it at www.hudtv.org/livestream . The program will also be archived on hudtv.org. For more info, email info@assabetvalleychamber.org or call (978) 568-0360.
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Laughter is the Best Medicine

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Where: St. Michael's Church Parish Hall, 90 Concord Road

BEDFORD: Join the Friends of the Bedford Council on Aging (FBCoA) for an interactive program with Robert Rivest.  Rivest will stretch minds, some body parts, as well as ensure that everyone strengthen their ability to breath and laugh out loud as much as possible. To reserve your place for this performance, including light refreshments, RSVP by May 3 by phone (781/275-9574) or email (lwhite2@juno.com).
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Northborough Community Concert

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Where: Algonquin Regional H.S., 79 Bartlett Street

NORTHBOROUGH: The Northborough Area Community Chorus will present its 52nd Annual Spring Concert “On Broadway!” Hear favorites from "Hamilton," "Phantom of the Opera," "Les Miserables" and more! Tickets are only $5 at the door.  For more information, call (508) 273-2223, visit facebook.com/northboroughareacommunitychorus or nacc.net for more information.
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Nashoba Symphonic Band: "Symphonic Band Originals"

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Where: Nashoba Regional High School

BOLTON: Including Vincent Persichetti's Symphony No.6 and the suite of Symphonic Songs by Robert Russell Bennett, as well as music by Robert Sheldon and W.P. English.
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Spiritus/Virgil’s Dance

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Where: Merrimack Repertory Theatre, 50 E. Merrimack Street

LOWELL: In this exploration of the realities of death through the eyes of a watchful and troubled individual, we meet Virgil -- a kid who used to hang out in cemeteries with friends. As an adult, Virgil wonders: what does it mean to live a fulfilled life? Spiritus/Virgil’s Dance is an extraordinary meditation on finding purpose in the midst of the ordinariness of daily life. Show times vary by day, Full details at mrt.org, or call (978) 654-4678
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"Bon Appetit, Julia!

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Where: First United Methodist Church, 34 Felton Street

HUDSON: Sponsored by the church Women’s Group. A live performance featuring two actresses, the play is a sequel to Delvena Theatre Company’s ever-popular "Meet Julia Child!" show. Set in the late 1980s, the show will focus on an insight into the beloved chef, Julia Child’s life at that time. Julia will be demonstrating her culinary skills, with real ingredients, and encouraging help from the audience. Julia being Julia! An interactive, fun show! The cast will open up after the show for discussion regarding Julia Child.
More information is available at (978) 562-2932 www.hudsonfumc.org.
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Groton Garden Club Annual Plant Sale

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Where: Legion Common, 75 Hollis Street

GROTON: Spring is here! This is a great opportunity to add to your garden with a wonderful variety of well-proven perennials that have grown in members’ gardens. Featuring native plants, herbs, perennials, shrubs, books, birdhouses, decorative pots, and more. Plants that are best suited for shady areas, partial shade, partial sun and full sunny spots in your garden will be available. Club members will be on-site to assist in answering your questions or helping with your selections. Only cash or checks will be accepted at the Sale. For more information on the club, visit www grotongardenclub.org.
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Maynard Republican Town Committee Meeting

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Where: Maynard Public Library, 77 Nason Street

MAYNARD: The MRTC believes in the principles of individual freedom, limited government, the rule of law, fiscal responsibility and human dignity. They welcome all who support these principles and want to make a difference. Members represent a wide variety of career backgrounds, ethnicities, religious affiliations, age groups and income levels. Find the MRTC on Facebook or email MaynardRepublicanTownComm@gmail.com for more information. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month.
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27th Annual Apple Blossom Pancake Breakfast

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Where: First Parish Church United, 48 Main Street

WESTFORD: Enjoy pancakes and sausage right off the grill and town fellowship before stepping out to march in or watch the parade!  Serving begins at 8am and continues until the parade starts.  Prices are a bargain at $8 for adults and $6 for children.  For more information, visit them online at firstparishwestford.org.
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Maynard Community Gardeners Plant Sale

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Where: Maynard-Clinton Elks (Parking Lot), 34 Powder Mill Road

MAYNARD: Ready to spruce up your yard this spring?  This annual event is your chance to find plants that flourish locally, at bargain prices. Flowers, vegetables, hanging plants, perennials, annuals, herbs, and shrubs will all be available. Get there early for the best selection!  If you have any questions or would like to donate any plants to the plant sale, please contact maynardcommunitygardeners@gmail.com.
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Sacred Circle Dance

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Where: First Church Unitarian

LITTLETON: Also June 15.  Easy steps, all dances are taught, NO experience needed. Just bring a willing spirit and your water bottle (and a friend). For more info contact Ron Willett at rwillett@comast.net.
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Thrifting Market

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Where: Memorial Congregational Church, Concord Road & Church Street

SUDBURY: The Thrifting Market (formerly known as the Rummage Sale) opens at Memorial Congregational Church this month. Gently used clothing, shoes, linens and other soft goods will be sold at rock bottom prices. Donations of clothing are welcome any time before April 15 and should be left on the porch at MCC. The Thrifting Market will be open for sales on April 18 from 5-8pm, April 19 from 9am-5pm, and April 20 from 9am-1pm. A portion of the proceeds will support the Church’s youth going on a mission trip to Puerto Rice this summer. For more information, email office@mccsudbury.org or call (978) 443-3885.
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Menopause: The Musical 2: Cruising Through ‘The Change’®

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Where: Lowell Memorial Auditorium

LOWELL: All aboard, sisters! The hysterical sequel to the smash-hit Menopause The Musical® is finally here!  Five years after their chance encounter in a department store, we set sail with our beloved ladies for more high jinks on the high seas. A hilarious and heartfelt look at the joys of menopause and friendship — plus hot flashes, mood swings, and memory lapses! Join us on a trip of self-discovery, backed by a new soundtrack of toe-tapping parodied hits from the 70s, 80s and 90s. For these four ladies, menopause was not the end, but the beginning of a beautiful friendship where love conquers all, and friendships never fail.
Info: lowellauditorium.com or 1-800-657-8774.
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“The Science of 'Good Enough' Relationships: Trusting & Developing Our Capacity for Simple & Authentic Human Interactions”

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Where: Discovery Museum via Zoom

ACTON: With Junlei Li, Program Chair of Human Development and Education, Saul Zaentz Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education. What makes any of us “enough”? Whether we teach children directly, or support families and educators, we invest ourselves in building authentic relationships with human beings. This presentation is intended as a reflection and a reminder that the simple, ordinary things we do with other human beings matter in ways that can be seen and felt in moments when we really show up for others, and in ways that can be measured over the long run. The event will be held virtually via Zoom on February 15 from 7-8pm. Registration is required, available at http://bit.ly/DMSpeakerSeries. All events are free. For more information, visit discoveryacton.org.
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Marlborough Main Street Car Show

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Where: Main Street, between Grainger Boulevard and Bolston Street (Route 85)

MARLBOROUGH: Mark Your Calendars! Rain date is June 16. For more information, contact eo@marlborocarshow.com, or visit www.marlborocarshow.com.
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Nashoba Symphonic Band: "Across the Pond"

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Where: Nashoba Regional High School

BOLTON: Featuring Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March No.1, English Folk Song Suite by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Knightsbridge March by Eric Coates, and solos by our graduation Senior members.
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Sacred Circle Dance

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Where: First Church Unitarian

LITTLETON: Easy steps, all dances are taught, NO experience needed. Just bring a willing spirit and your water bottle (and a friend). For more info contact Ron Willett at rwillett@comast.net.