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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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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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Italian Night

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Where: Hellenic Hall at the Greek Church Cashman Street, Marlboro

(to Benefit the Many Charities of the Rotary Club of Marlborough Foundation)
Fun for the whole family!
Enjoy a casual and fun evening of good food and Italian music with family and friends. Featuring antipasto, pasta, meatballs, sausage, bread, desserts. Cash Bar for beer and wine.
Tickets $10. (General admission), $7. (Over 62 & under 10 years)
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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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Spring Book Sale

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Where: Friends of the JV Fletcher Library • 50 Main Street • Westford MA

Members' Night
Join now or at the door!
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Spring Book Sale

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Where: Friends of the JV Fletcher Library • 50 Main Street • Westford MA

Public Sale
Most items $1 or $2
 
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Spring Book Sale

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Where: Friends of the JV Fletcher Library • 50 Main Street • Westford MA

Bage Sale
Buy a $10 bag and fill it up!
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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.
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Summer Kick-Off Carnival

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Where: Littleton Common

LITTLETON: Produced by Fiesta Shows, the Carnival will offer the latest and newest in rides and games. Food will be available from several vendors, starting with a Sal’s Pizza Food Truck. Entertainment during the weekend will be DJ’d music as well as live music, a karaoke night, and a magic show for the kids (young and old) on Sunday. The Rotary Club will also have a Beer Garden at the Carnival for visitors 21+ years of age and older.