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Tweens & Teens Cooking Program

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Where: Lunenburg Public Library via Zoom

LUNENBURG: Hey Tweens & Teens! Do you enjoy good food? Like to cook? Join Lunenburg Public Library as they hosts 4 cooking classes with Alyssa, a Registered Dietitian with Hannaford's Supermarket! Classes will be held virtually on Tuesdays, Oct 26, Nov 2nd, Nov 9th, and Nov 16th. Alyssa will walk through how to prepare delicious and healthy dishes that are perfect for the season. Weekly recipes and lists of needed ingredients will be supplied by the library so that you will be prepared to fully participate in each class. 

Registration is necessary (make sure to include an email address!) and the age requirement is 10-14 (grades 4-8). Please use separate sign ups for each participant. Please note that each class has a separate registration. Register for 1, 2, or all 4! There must be adult supervision for these classes as students will be using cooking utensils and a stove for preparing their recipes. The good news? The goal for each class is to prepare a dish for that night's dinner! 

Note: This is an online event via Zoom. An invite will be sent at least an hour prior to the start of the program to the email given at registration. If you do not receive the Zoom link, please call (978) 582-4140.
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Fighting Back: New England’s Underdogs presented by Chronicle Reporter Ted Reinstein via Zoom

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Where: Acton Senior Center via Zoom

ACTON: Author of three books about New England, Ted Reinstein has always had his eye out—and his heart open—to the region’s true “underdogs.” Pre-Registration required via this link https://tinyurl.com/3cy56f4f if you wish to view at home.
This presentation via Zoom is also being shown on the big screen at the Senior Center. This program is being funded by a grant from CHNA15. For more information please contact Sheryl Ball at the Acton Health Division at sball@actonma.gov
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Knit & Chat Group

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Where: Shirley Senior Center, 9 Parker Road

SHIRLEY: Do you like to knit and talk? Join in for friendly chatter and some knitting. To participate RSVP by calling or emailing edinning@shirley-ma.gov, 978-425-1390. If you need knitting materials, let the Center know.
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Wellness & Chair Exercise Class

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Where: Chelmsford Senior Center, 75 Groton Rd.

NORTH CHELMSFORD: Presented by UMass Lowell Doctor of Physical Therapy Students Wednesdays 10:30am, Rm. B07, Free. Each week, UMass Lowell students will take class participants through a series of chair exercises and present a variety of health topics for seniors. Class size is limited to 12 participants. Register by calling 978-251-0533 or email ndussault@chelmsfordma.gov to ensure your spot for each class.
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QiGong

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Where: Shirley Senior Center, 9 Parker Road

SHIRLEY: Every Wednesday at 11am (outside weather permitting). Strength, Flexibility & Balance. Every Thursday at 1pm. Chairs are used for all levels of ability. Instructed by Jeff Cote, the Occidental Taoist. Info: mlargey@shirley-ma.gov
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Medicare Prescription Drug Plan “Part D” Selection Assistance

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Where: Acton Senior Center, 30 Sudbury Road

ACTON: By appointment. Are you interested in comparing your Part D prescription drug plan during Medicare Open Enrollment? If you are looking to compare Part D plan costs, deductibles and tier structures plus obtain a true out of pocket annual cost, please schedule an appointment with the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy outreach team. Students of Massachusetts College of Pharmacy will be available with laptops at the Senior Center to run Medicare Planfinder Part D comparison results. Call the COA to schedule your 30-minute appointment. Bring a list of your prescriptions to the appointment. Info: 978-929-6652 or seniorcenter@actonma.gov.
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BINGO!

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Where: Shirley Senior Center, 9 Parker Road

SHIRLEY: Every Wednesday at 1pm. No registration required. No maximum seating. Info: mlargey@shirley-ma.gov
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Computer Club

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Where: Acton Senior Center, 30 Sudbury Road Rear

ACTON: Open to out-of-town seniors/free. All seniors are welcome to participate in Computer Club. Bring your computer and hardware questions, problems and related issues. If possible bring the problem hardware to the meeting. This is a club with no formally planned instruction. If you are unable to attend in person and would like to meet with a member using Zoom, call 978-929-6652 or email seniorcenter@actonma.gov  and your info will be forwarded to club members.
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Tea Time Tales

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Where: Chelmsford Senior Center via Zoom

NORTH CHELMSFORD: Who says story time is just for kids? A virtual interactive read-aloud for adults! Short stories, poems, and classic tales will be read aloud with a discussion to follow. So put the kettle on and lend a listening ear. Register here: https://chelmsfordlibrary.libcal.com/ event/8235490. If you'd like help registering, call the library at 978-256-5521 x1211 or the Senior Center at 978-251-0533.
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Backyard & Beyond: Fossil Exploration

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Drop-in 2pm – 4pm. Do you know what a paleontologist does? Join us to find out! We will use our tools to find and examine some different fossils, thinking about who, or what, might have left these things behind. All programs are free with admission unless stated otherwise. Advance reservations are required to visit the Museum. Visit www.discoveryacton.org for hours, COVID safety protocols, and to make reservations. Some outdoor programs may be dependent on weather.
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Line Dancing with Sam O’Clair

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Where: Acton Senior Center, 30 Sudbury Road Rear

ACTON: Wednesdays through November 17. Open to out-of-town seniors for $20/series. Join new line dancing instructor, Sam for a fun, active hour of dancing! You will dance to all different genres of music (pop, country, oldies, and more). Wear comfy clothes – layers are good, shoes with soles that will slide easily (sneakers stick; a leather sole works best). Bring a bottle of water and sign up with your friends! Contact the COA to register for this class at 978-929-6652 or seniorcenter@actonma.gov. Funded by an Executive Office of Elder Affairs grant; $1 donation per class requested.
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LPL Kids Book Club

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Where: Lunenburg Public Library, 1023 Mass. Ave.

LUNENBURG: For 3rd-5th graders. Join on the library website lunenburglibrary.org.  Talk about the book from the horror genre, "Small Spaces" by Katherine Arden! Share our thoughts and opinions, have some laughs and make new friends. At the close of each meeting you can pick up your book for the next month. Each month will feature a book from a different genre. Monthly selections are available in different formats including audiobooks when available.
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Community Supper: Spaghetti & Meatballs

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Where: Mt. Calvary Community Church, 472 Massachusetts Ave

ACTON: Doors will open to enter at 4:15pm (absolutely, not prior). Dinner will be served from 4:45pm-5:45pm. All guests must park in the back parking lot off Prospect Street.  Sponsored In Memory of Judy Melillo
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Mothers Out Front Acton: The Health Effects of Indoor Gas Pollution

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Where: Acton Memorial Library via Zoom

ACTON: Hear a remote presentation by health researcher and author, Andee Krasner, MPH, from Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility, and learn about the health impacts of indoor gas pollution.  This presentation will be held via Zoom. There will also be a brief Induction Cooktop demonstration highlighting this remarkable alternative to gas appliances.  RSVP: with this LINK or www.mothersoutfront.org/events/acton-ma-20211027/. For more info contact info.ma.acton@mothersoutfront.org.
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Sustainable Stow Monthly Meeting

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Where: Randall Library

STOW: Sustainable Stow members toured a new housing development in nearby Devens with Dan Gainsboro of New Communities, LLC and Neil Angus, Devens’ environmental planner. All-electric homes are being built and priced at several different levels. All are insulated to new standards and have heat pumps installed for heating and cooling. Kitchens are equipped with induction cook tops. Stow TV came along and everything will be shared along with a Q&A with Dan and Neil at Sustainable Stow's next program from Randall Library. Register and get a zoom link at https://tinyurl.com/rhbk9hrv.  You can also send an email to Randall Library by Wednesday afternoon, October 27 to register and get a zoom link.
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Pumpkin Stroll

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Where: Nara Park

ACTON:  Open time Pumpkin Stroll. Free admission.
www.actonrec.com; recreation@actonma.gov
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Make a MESS: Yarn Art

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Drop-in 9:30am-11am. Drip, drip & design! Get your hands sticky using yarn & glue to create artworks focusing on lines and shapes. All programs are free with admission unless stated otherwise. Advance reservations are required to visit the Museum. Visit www.discoveryacton.org for hours, COVID safety protocols, and to make reservations. Some outdoor programs may be dependent on weather.
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Laugh For Your Health with Susan Phillips via Zoom

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Where: Acton Senior Center via Zoom

ACTON: Recurring Thursdays. Open to out-of-town seniors/free. Time to shed some stress and get refreshed! Group focus is on cultivating joy, ease, and warm connection—through contagious group laughter exercises, with short breaks of soothing belly breaths. If you are a new participant, email the COA at seniorcenter@actonma.gov to register for this program and you will be sent the recurring Zoom link, or you can view the link at www.actoncoa.com.
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QiGong

When:
Where: Shirley Senior Center, 9 Parker Road

SHIRLEY: Every Wednesday at 11am (outside weather permitting). Strength, Flexibility & Balance. Every Thursday at 1pm. Chairs are used for all levels of ability. Instructed by Jeff Cote, the Occidental Taoist. Info: mlargey@shirley-ma.gov
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Let's Talk with Elizabeth Valente

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Where: Acton Senior Center, 30 Sudbury Road Rear

ACTON: Open to out-of-town seniors/free. Acton resident Elizabeth Valente is leading this in-person discussion group for seniors to gather and share a lifetime of experiences. At each meeting a different topic of interest will be discussed, be it past or present. Travel down memory lane and revisit songs from the past and the memories they evoke. Info: 978-929-6652 or seniorcenter@actonma.gov
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Halloween Drop-in Craft: Black Cat Sock Craft

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Where: Lunenburg Public Library, 1023 Mass. Ave.

LUNENBURG: Make a Halloween craft with your kids using an old black sock, buttons & ribbon. It's a 15-minute project that's quick and easy for Halloween! You will need to bring a black sock that you will cut to create your cat.  Some 'tween volunteers will be on hand to help the kids with the sewing part of this project. The donation of bags of poly fiber fill are much appreciated.  www.lunenburglibrary.org.
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College Admissions Workshops:
Selecting Colleges

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Where: Concord Free Public Library, 129 Main Street

CONCORD: The Concord Free Public Library invites teens and their parents to  join a free weekly series on college admissions. Educational consultants Richard Montauk and Renate Gundermann will cover a wide range of topics and answer all your questions in the Periodical Room at the Main Library. For more information about Library programs and services, call 978-318-3301 (Main Branch) or 978-318-3350 (Fowler Branch), or visit www.concordlibrary.org.
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Java (and treats!) with John

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Where: Acton Senior Center, 30 Sudbury Road Rear

ACTON: John Mangiaratti will be at the Senior Center to let you know what is going on in Town and answer any questions you may have. Info: 978-929-6652 or seniorcenter@actonma.gov
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Java (and treats!) with John

When:
Where: Acton Senior Center, 30 Sudbury Road Rear

ACTON: John Mangiaratti will be at the Senior Center to let you know what is going on in Town and answer any questions you may have. Info: 978-929-6652 or seniorcenter@actonma.gov
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Halloween Story Time on the Go

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Where: In the Meadow Farm

LUNENBURG: Join Miss Debbie, Jackie & all of her alpaca buddies for a fun Halloween adventure at the beautiful farm on Page Street in Lunenburg. Share some spooky stories, sing some songs and then a Halloween Scavenger Hunt!  Crafts to do as well. So put on your Halloween costume, warm jacket & bring something to sit on. Suitable for all ages.  No registrations needed. www.lunenburglibrary.org
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Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts Show

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Where: Tower Hill Botanical Garden

BOYLSTON: Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts Show - Friday, October 29, 10AM-5PM, Saturday, October 30, 10AM-5PM & Sunday, October 31, 10AM-4PM.  www.towerhillbg.org/shows
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Climate Resilience Symposium, Examining
Future of Plant Life

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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, announces a virtual symposium on the  changing climate and its effects on the region’s flora. The program will address methods for  building climate resilience and how key players can support this process. The event will take  place online October 29 from 1-4 PM. For more information and to register for the symposium, please visit www.NativePlantTrust.org.
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It’s Halloween! Party 

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Where: Concord Free Public Library, 129 Main Street

CONCORD: Get a sneak peak at the future Children’s Room and Makerspace! See the new Children’s Garden! Wear a costume! There'll be spooky stories, crafts, cookies and a pumpkin decorating contest. All ages are welcome. Library staff as well as representatives from the Concord Free Public Library Committee, the Concord Free Public Library Corporation and the Friends of the Concord Free Public Library will be on hand to welcome you to the future space, along with some special community VIP guests!  For  information, call 978-318-3301 (Main Branch) or 978-318-3350 (Fowler Branch), or visit www.concordlibrary.org.
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Tot Shabbat

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Where: Kerem Shalom, 659 Elm Street

CONCORD: Enjoy music, movement, and a special story to help celebrate Shabbat. Services are joyful, spiritual, and meaningful for adults and kids alike. Tot Shabbats are geared for families with babes in arms and children from toddler thru early elementary school age. R.S.V.P. to familyed@keremshalom.org.
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Halloween Trail Walk and Scavenger Hunt

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Get dressed up in your Halloween costumes and take a walk through the conservation land. Help us find the ingredients we need to add to our Witches’ Brew! This program is weather and conditions dependent. Please note that the conservation land trails are not ADA or stroller accessible; please wear appropriate footwear and clothing. For more information on Great Hill, please visit  www.actontrails.org/great-hill/. Inclement weather may result in changes to the program or cancellation.  All programs are free with admission unless stated otherwise. Advance reservations are required to visit the Museum. Visit www.discoveryacton.org for hours, COVID safety protocols, and to make reservations. Some outdoor programs may be dependent on weather.
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Jerusha’s Halloween Ball

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Where: Longfellow’s Wayside Inn

SUDBURY: Celebrate Halloween and The Wayside Inn's own Jerusha Howe who was a real-life figure in the history of the Inn.  Aspirited evening of good food and beverages, dancing to music spun by DJ T-Rex, prizes for the "most historic", "most creative," and "most legendary" costumes, and a festive wine & bourbon pull fundraising activity. The event will be held outdoors under The Wayside Inn’s event tent. Plan your costume to accommodate October evening weather and face masks, should the mask mandate in Sudbury still be in effect. Purchase tickets in advance at https://bitly.com/JerushasBall2021. Individual tickets are $85 with costume or $100 no costume. There is a 10 discount on tickets for members of The Wayside Inn.
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The Thoreau Society Honors Robin Wall Kimmerer

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Where: First Parish

CONCORD: The Thoreau Society will be honoring botanist and best-selling author Robin Wall Kimmerer with the 2021 Henry David Thoreau Prize for Literary Excellence in Nature Writing. The event is part of the Concord Festival of Authors, at First Parish, Concord. A book-signing with the author will follow her talk. Event tickets are available at
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MCC Halloween Concert

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Where: MCC, Bedford

BEDFORD: Featuring MCC faculty members, “The Black Cat”. While all of the performers and speakers have agreed to be fully vaccinated, the college is requiring audience members to wear masks. All “World of Music” concerts are free and open to the public. Info: www.middlesex.mass.edu/worldofmusic/ or contact Rodríguez-Peralta at peraltac@middlesex.mass.edu or 781-280-3923.
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Maynard Boy Scouts Host  Electronics Recycling and Can / Bottle Drive

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Where: Maynard Boy Scouts, Mill & Main Parking Lot

MAYNARD: The Maynard Boy Scouts will host an electronics recycling and can / bottle drive at the Mill & Main parking lot (off Sudbury Street). Computers, monitors, microwaves, air conditioners and all unwanted electronics will be collected, as well as white goods, such as refrigerators and washers. The recycling company will take anything with a plug. Proceeds from fees charged for each dropped-off item will benefit the local scouts. Home-pickup for all electronics is available for an extra fee of $10. The troop will also pick up all white goods, except refrigerators, for a fee of $30.  Pickups from neighboring towns are welcome for minimum orders of $50. In addition to electronics recycling, the troop will collect returnable bottles and cans. The Bottles and cans must be returnable in MA and be clean with nothing inside of them. Dirty bottles and cans will have to be refused. Please do not bring trash with the bottles and cans. For more information visit www.troop130.org. To schedule a delivery, email troop130recycling@gmail.com.
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The First Federated Church of Hudson Annual Craft Fair

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Where: 200 Central Street

HUDSON: All kinds of crafters  participating. Please call the church at 978-562-9207 for more information. You can also visit the Church online at www.firstfederatedchurch.org and on Facebook.
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Halloween Hullabaloo

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: All Day, Indoors & Outdoors. Celebrate Halloween weekend! Dress for the occasion & give your Halloween costume the chance to spook, sparkle & shine. Challenge yourself to a few holes of Pumpkin Putt Putt & other outdoor games with a frightfully fun twist. Use your powers of observation on a Spooktacular Scavenger Hunt and expect other ghostly surprises to pop up around the Museum! Some outdoor activities will be weather dependent. All programs are free with admission unless stated otherwise. Advance reservations are required to visit the Museum. Visit www.discoveryacton.org for hours, COVID safety protocols, and to make reservations. Some outdoor programs may be dependent on weather.
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Special Town Meeting

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Where: Hugh Mill Auditorium, Hale Middle School, 55 Hartley Road

STOW: Special Town Meeting - Warrant located at www.stow-ma.gov/select-board/files/stm-warrant-10302021.
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Playtime Theatre: It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

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Where: 53 Church Street, West Concord

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
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Animal Adventures and Animal Rescue Center of Bolton

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Where: Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History, Regis College

WESTON: Learn about some exotic animals which could include an alligator, a large snake like a boa, a chinchilla, ferrets, bunnies, a hedgehog, some turtles, frogs & other reptiles. Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History at Regis College. Advanced registration is not required but can be made at info@spellman.org. The Museum follows all Covid guidelines from the state. For more information contact info@spellman.org or call 617-784-5838.
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Outdoor Concert Fundraiser: Sawyer Lawson

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Where: Old Bedford Road, Concord

CONCORD: Learn more about the important work Axium Education is doing, at an outdoor concert with local Concord talent, folk rock singer-songwriter, Sawyer Lawson. Complimentary refreshments will be provided and you are welcome to BYO picnic lunch, lawn chairs and of course friends and family to enjoy the afternoon with you. To help support Axium's work and get full event details, please sign up and donate at: https://ubuntuconnects.org/axium-education-double-header/.
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Nashoba Symphonic Band

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Where: Nashoba Regional High School Auditorium

BOLTON: The ensemble will open the season with “An American Moment,” celebrating the musical roots of this great country. The journey will lead from pieces based on music from colonial times, “Chester” and “When Jesus Wept” by William Schuman, through a vigorous set of “Variations on American” by Charles Ives and conclude with Robert Russell Bennett's classic, “Suite of Old American Dances.” Topping things off will be Sousa's classic, “The Stars and Stripes Forever.”  Performances are free and open to the public. At this time masks are required.
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Assabet Valley Mastersingers Concert

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Where: R.R. Jay Performing Arts Center at Saint John’s High School, 378 Main Street

SHREWSBURY: AVM founder and Artistic Director Robert P. Eaton will conduct the chorus, orchestra and soloists in presenting Songs of Unity. VM will follow all public health guidelines provided by Federal, state, and local health departments and those of concert venues. Saint John’s Performance Hall is accessible to the physically challenged.  Concert tickets may be purchased through www.AVMsingers.org or at the venue the evening of the concert. The general price is $25; $20 for seniors and students. For further information, visit www.AVMsingers.org.
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UCC Weekly Services

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Where: United Church of Christ, 723 Massachusetts Avenue

BOXBOROUGH: The UCC in Boxborough is opening its doors Every Sunday for weekly services. Local folks are invited to join for in person worship in the sanctuary. Vaccination is strongly requested and encouraged, physical distancing shall be maintained when seated, and masks are required. There is very limited singing together. Following suggested state guidelines, there is a limit to the number of people that can be in the sanctuary, but that number has not been reached. No registration is required, although names and contact information will be gathered for contact tracing. Online worship is also available via Zoom. For Meeting ID and more information about life at UCCB, visit www.boxboroughucc.org or call 978-263-7387.
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Weekly Service: All Hallows

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Where: First Parish of Sudbury, 327 Concord Road

SUDBURY: First Parish of Sudbury & Rev. Dr. Marjorie Matty warmly invite the community to weekly services. An intergenerational service and the wearing of costumes by children and adults is encouraged! How do we discover the important lessons that present themselves throughout the turning of the seasonal wheel? What does it mean that the veil between the worlds is thin during this time of year and how do we muster the courage to let go of our fear of the dark? Celebrate Halloween—a time that is a bit scary but lots of fun, a time to gather & share sweets! This service will be held in person and will also be broadcast via Zoom. See fpsdudbury.org for the Zoom link.
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Monday Movie Matinee: Audrey: More Than An Icon

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Where: Acton Senior Center, 30 Sudbury Road Rear

ACTON: (2020, PG-13) In this documentary, filmmaker Helena Coan examines the remarkable life of Audrey Hepburn. Hepburn won her first Academy Award at the age of 24 and went on to become one of the world's greatest cultural icons. She was a once-in-a-generation beauty, a legendary star of Hollywood's Golden Age, global ambassador for UNICEF, whose style and pioneering collaboration with Givenchy continues to inspire. Info: seniorcenter@actonma.gov; www.actoncoa.com; www.facebook.com/actoncoa
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Tinker Tuesday: Wearable Art

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON:  Explore the possibilities of reusing what we usually throw away to create a wearable masterpiece. What kind of wearable work of art will you create out of repurposed recyclables? All programs are free with admission unless stated otherwise. Advance reservations are required. Visit www.discoveryacton.org for hours, COVID safety protocols, and to make reservations. Some outdoor programs may be dependent on weather.

The Tinker Tuesday program series nurtures creativity, problem-solving & STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) concepts through experimentation, design, and invention.
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Tweens & Teens Cooking Program

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Where: Lunenburg Public Library via Zoom

LUNENBURG: Hey Tweens & Teens! Do you enjoy good food? Like to cook? Join Lunenburg Public Library as they hosts 4 cooking classes with Alyssa, a Registered Dietitian with Hannaford's Supermarket! Classes will be held virtually on Tuesdays, Nov 2nd, Nov 9th, and Nov 16th. Alyssa will walk through how to prepare delicious and healthy dishes that are perfect for the season. Weekly recipes and lists of needed ingredients will be supplied by the library so that you will be prepared to fully participate in each class. 

Registration is necessary (make sure to include an email address!) and the age requirement is 10-14 (grades 4-8). Please use separate sign ups for each participant. Please note that each class has a separate registration. Register for 1, 2, or all 4! There must be adult supervision for these classes as students will be using cooking utensils and a stove for preparing their recipes. The good news? The goal for each class is to prepare a dish for that night's dinner! 

Note: This is an online event via Zoom. An invite will be sent at least an hour prior to the start of the program to the email given at registration. If you do not receive the Zoom link, please call (978) 582-4140.
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The Gothic Fiction Book Club for Teens & Twentysomethings

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Where: Lunenburg Public Library, 1023 Mass. Ave.

LUNENBURG: Teen and twentysomething fans of gothic fiction are invited to join the newest book club at the Lunenburg Library!  Join Teen Services Librarian Susan and Adult Services Librarian Lydia for this hybrid discussion either in-person at the Library or on Zoom (your choice!) the first Tuesday of every month. Registration is open on the event calendar and is required for every meeting. Open to interested readers of all types of gothic works! Register by visiting the Events page on the Lunenburg Public Library's website, lunenburglibrary.org, or by emailing Susan at selbag@cwmars.org.
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Backyard and Beyond: Pomanders

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON:  Pomanders are sweet smelling decorative balls made from citrus fruits and cloves.  Join us to make your own. They need to dry at room temperature for 4 - 6 weeks, perfect timing for a holiday gift!
All programs are free with admission unless stated otherwise. Advance reservations are required. Visit www.discoveryacton.org for hours, COVID safety protocols, and to make reservations. Some outdoor programs may be dependent on weather.
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Line Dancing with Sam O’Clair

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Where: Acton Senior Center, 30 Sudbury Road Rear

ACTON: Wednesdays through November 17. Open to out-of-town seniors for $20/series. Join new line dancing instructor, Sam for a fun, active hour of dancing! You will dance to all different genres of music (pop, country, oldies, and more). Wear comfy clothes – layers are good, shoes with soles that will slide easily (sneakers stick; a leather sole works best). Bring a bottle of water and sign up with your friends! Contact the COA to register for this class at 978-929-6652 or seniorcenter@actonma.gov. Funded by an Executive Office of Elder Affairs grant; $1 donation per class requested.