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Chelmsford Community Band

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Where: Chelmsford Common

CHELMSFORD: Concert Band performance. Info: www.chelmsfordcommunityband.com.
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Summer Concert Series: Way Up South

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Where: Ellsworth-McAfee Park (Rt. 135)

NORTHBOROUGH: Concerts run Thursdays and Sundays. Food trucks will be back again this year along with some fun activities for children! These concerts are lots of fun for all ages! Way Up South has been tearing up the New England club and festival scene and rapidly gaining a reputation as an explosive live band with a deep well of compelling original music and stellar musicianship. Their expansive sound incorporates a maturity and musicianship that weaves in and out of southern, blues, country, jazz, and Americana rock - music whose precision and finesse still retain the loose spacey qualities and epitomize improvisational rock bands. This style has earned them the right to call their music "Big Sky" sound. The food vendors will include Northborough House of Pizza, Dogfather, Uhlman's Ice Cream and Yummy Mummy Bakery.
Info: northboroughcac@gmail.com; 508-615-0898.
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Dream Diner 25th Anniversary Veterans Fundraiser

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Where: Dream Diner, 394 Middlesex Road

TYNGSBORO: Dream Diner 25th Anniversary Veterans Fundraiser with Adagio Big Band.  Bring your chairs.  Tickets are available at the Diner, www.dreamdiner.com, or Eventbrite. Info: DreamDinerCharities@gmail.com.
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Chelmsford Community Band

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Where: Chelmsford Common

CHELMSFORD: Jazz Ensemble performance. Info: www.chelmsfordcommunityband.com.
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Shabbat on the Beach

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Where: Wayland Town Beach, 25 Parkland Drive

WAYLAND/SUDBURY: Congregation B’nai Torah of Sudbury warmly invites the community to Shabbat on the Beach services and Open Houses this summer. This service led byled by B’nai Torah’s Rabbi Lisa Eiduson with Rabbi Joshua Breindel of Beth El. Prospective members are welcome to join 30 minutes prior to each beach service to learn more about Congregation B’nai Torah. Sand toys, bubbles, and sidewalk chalk await families with young children who would like to meet members of our temple and learn more about our community. R.S.V.P. to membership@bnaitorah.com if you would like to attend. Bring your beach chairs (or blanket) and a picnic dinner, and enjoy the sunset while you share the beauty of Shabbat together as a community!
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ARC 13th Annual Golf Tournament

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Where: Juniper Hills Golf Course

NORTHBOROUGH: The Addiction Referral Center (ARC) is holding its 13th Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser featuring top team prizes, longest drive, hole-in-one and numerous raffle prizes donated by local businesses.  The $125 registration fee includes golf, cart and dinner. For information on how to provide a sponsorship or register to golf in the tournament, please call the ARC at (508) 485-4357 or find more information at www.theaddictionreferralcenter.org.
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FreeBee Market

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Where: United Church of Christ, 773 Mass Ave.

BOXBOROUGH: Free Bee Market began last year, as a way to share surplus food with the community on Saturdays
outdoors. It quickly grew and grew into a Boxborough community gathering where everything is free, focus on food and connection. This year Free Bee market returns to the Church lawn. There will be food gleaned from local supermarkets, including produce and produce as well as free plants for your own garden spaces. Dates for upcoming markets are Sept 10 and Oct. 15. Want to know more or volunteer? Email freebeecommunity@gmail.com. Vendor tables with local resources & information. Free yoga classes every hour. Food, music & games.  (978) 540-2470 for more information.
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Summer Concert Series: Playing Dead

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Where: Ellsworth-McAfee Park (Rt. 135)

NORTHBOROUGH: Concerts run Thursdays and Sundays. Food trucks will be back again this year along with some fun activities for children! These concerts are lots of fun for all ages! Playing Dead is a Grateful Dead tribute band featuring former members of Dark Star Orchestra, Slipknot!, and Uncle John's Band. Their marathon sets feature music and jams from the entire Grateful Dead catalog. Playing Dead faithfully recreates the experience of a live Grateful Dead concert. The music of The Grateful Dead is a complex stew of different styles of music including rock, blues, jazz, folk, bluegrass and more. Their improvisational style and large repertoire guaranteed that every musical performance would be unique. Every Playing Dead show is equally unique featuring different set lists each night and exciting improvisational jams. The food vendors will include Sabor Latino, Dogfather, Easy Street Tacos, Uhlman's Ice Cream and Yummy Mummy Bakery. Info: northboroughcac@gmail.com; 508-615-0898.
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FreeBee Market

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Where: United Church of Christ, 773 Mass Ave.

BOXBOROUGH: Free Bee Market began last year, as a way to share surplus food with the community on Saturdays
outdoors. It quickly grew and grew into a Boxborough community gathering where everything is free, focus on food and connection. This year Free Bee market returns to the Church lawn. There will be food gleaned from local supermarkets, including produce and produce as well as free plants for your own garden spaces. Dates for upcoming markets are Oct. 15. Want to know more or volunteer? Email freebeecommunity@gmail.com. Vendor tables with local resources & information. Free yoga classes every hour. Food, music & games.  (978) 540-2470 for more information.
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Red, White and Blue Golf Tournament

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Where: Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club

DEVENS/LAKE WINNIPESAUKI, NH: 8:30am registration in the Club House with Continental Breakfast. Everyone is welcome to take part it is $1,500 foursome or $375 per player. There are also a number of Sponsorship Opportunities for golf and no golf.  For more details contact Clear Path for Veterans New England at 978-384-8800
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Discovery Museum 2022 Virtual Speaker Series

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Where: Discovery Museum ONLINE

ACTON: “Playgrounds vs. Playpens: Coding, Computational Thinking, and Robotics in Early Childhood,” with Marina Umaschi Bers, PhD, Professor, Tufts University, Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development; Secondary Appointment, Department of Computer Sciences. Registration for this event and the entire 2022 series is open now at http://bit.ly/DMSpeakerSeries.
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FreeBee Market

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Where: United Church of Christ, 773 Mass Ave.

BOXBOROUGH: Free Bee Market began last year, as a way to share surplus food with the community on Saturdays
outdoors. It quickly grew and grew into a Boxborough community gathering where everything is free, focus on food and connection. This year Free Bee market returns to the Church lawn. There will be food gleaned from local supermarkets, including produce and produce as well as free plants for your own garden spaces. Email freebeecommunity@gmail.com. Vendor tables with local resources & information. Free yoga classes every hour. Food, music & games.  (978) 540-2470 for more information.
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Stone Arch Trio

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Where: Parish Center for the Arts, 10 Lincoln Street

WESTFORD: Westford's trio  will be performing a classical cabaret-style concert. This hour-long concert of piano trio music will feature excerpts from Vivaldi's “Four Seasons,” Piazzolla’s “Four Seasons of Buenos Aires,” Rachmaninoff’s “Vocalise,” Bolling’s “Suite for Violin and Jazz Piano,” Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes,” and more. Seating will be café style and light refreshments will be included at each table. Info & tickets at westford.org/pca/events.
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Discovery Museum 2022 Virtual Speaker Series

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Where: Discovery Museum ONLINE

ACTON: “The Art of Storytelling,” with Joseph Sarosy and Silke Rose West, authors of "How to Tell Stories to Children.” Registration for this event and the entire 2022 series is open now at http://bit.ly/DMSpeakerSeries.