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A Celebration of Lights

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Have you noticed the days are getting shorter? The sun is starting to set earlier, nights are getting darker, and we will be turning our clocks back to make our mornings brighter. Around this time of year, many cultures even celebrate holidays by including lights in their festivities. Explore lights, shadows, and reflection, and make a masterpiece inspired by Eric Carle’s “The Very Lonely Firefly”. 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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James Webb Space Telescope Launch Talk

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Where: Lunenburg Library, 1023 Mass. Ave.

LUNENBURG: The Lunenburg Public Library is also partnering with The Aldrich Astronomical Society Thurs, Nov 4th @ 6:30pm for a James Webb Space Telescope Launch Talk. Registration will be required for both events. You can sign up for these programs 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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College Admissions Workshops:
Applying to the Top 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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Everyday Engineering: SailMobiles

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Engage in some everyday engineering as you construct and create with repurposed and recycled materials. Is it a car? Is it a sailboat? Design a way to harness the power of wind as you construct a simple vehicle that’s part car, part sailboat!
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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First Friday Nights Free!

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Free admission. Explore the museum at night on the first Friday of every month!  Non-perishable food donations gratefully accepted for the Acton Food Pantry and Open Table of Concord & Maynard. Ticket reservations are required. Please note: Discovery Woods closes at dusk. Visit www.discoveryacton.org for hours, COVID safety protocols, and to make reservations. Some outdoor programs may be dependent on weather.

First Friday Nights Free are made possible by The TJX Companies. This night is also supported by Kitchen Outfitters.
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Boxborough Library Fall Used Book Sale

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Where: Sargent Memorial Library, 427 Massachusetts Avenue

BOXBOROUGH: Due to popular demand, the Friends of the Boxborough Library Fall used book sale will continue as a three day event. The weekend will start with a Preview Sale for members on  11/5 (5pm-7pm).  Memberships will be available at the door.  The usual main sale will take place on 11/6 (9am-2pm). The Everything Must Go sale will be held on 11/7 (2-4pm).  Bring a bag (or bags) to the book sale on Sunday during this time and pay $2 to fill each bag however you like. The sale will take place in the meeting room. Masks must be worn. Proceeds from the sale of books will go toward additional library programs and museum passes. Please support this sale by donating your gently used hard covers, paperbacks, and audiovisual items and attending this sale.  Books will be accepted from November 1-4 at the library during regular library hours. Please no VCR tapes or magazines or any material in really poor condition.
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Littleton Lyceum: “Raptors! Birds of Prey”

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Where: Littleton Lyceum, LHS Performing Arts Ctr., 56 King Street

LITTLETON: Naturalist Marla Isaac brings the biology and conservation of these magnificent birds using live raptors which are unable to be reintroduced into the wild.  In addition, see artifacts such as skulls and skeletons. This family-friendly program will be exciting for children of all ages. Season tickets are available for families or individuals for $25, and single admissions may be purchased at the door for $8; $5 for seniors and students. Masks are mandatory. Info:  www.littletonlyceum.org.
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Lovers & Other Strangers

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Where: Theatre III, 250 Central Street

WEST ACTON: Live theater is back! For tickets and information, call 978-263-9070, or visit www.theatre3.org.  Tickets are $22; seniors/students/groups of seven or more $19.
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Half Moon Meadow Brook Walk

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Where: Boxborough Historical Society

BOXBOROUGH: Join George Krusen of the Boxborough Historical Society on a walk through Half Moon Meadow Brook, part of the Nashoba Praying Indian Village established in 1651. There are a number of stone structures on the site believed to have been built by Native Americans, including a winter solstice sunrise alignment. The walk will is co-sponsored by the Sudbury Valley Trustees. The event is free but space is limited and pre-registration is required. To register please sign up at www.svtweb.org/calendar/stone-structures-half-moon-meadow-brook.
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Concord Piecemakers Guild Fiber, Yard & Notions Sale

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Where: St. Matthew's Church, 435 Central St.

ACTON: The Concord Piecemakers Guild invites all quilters, crafters, knitters, and weavers to save the date of Saturday, November 6th for our renamed and rescheduled Fiber, Yarn, and Notions sale, formerly known as our Yard Sale.  COVID guidelines will be followed during this event. Visit www.concordpiecemakers.org for more details.
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Colorful Kaleidoscopes

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Explore light, color, and reflections as we create simple but dazzling kaleidoscopes. Use your handmade kaleidoscope and your artistic talents to experiment with different designs, creating unique and colorful patterns. 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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St. Andrew's Autumn Festival

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Where: 7 Faulkner Street, Ayer

AYER: Enjoy free Hot  Chocolate  while getting a jump start on your Holiday shopping.  Meet alpacas and a variety of Artisans and Crafters. Raffle and refreshments.  Pre-order your Holidays Pies for pickup the week of Thanksgiving. For more information about the church, please visit www.standrewsayer.org.
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Holiday Open House & Kitty Angels Fundraiser

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Where: Antiques, Collectables & More, 106 Ponemah Rd. (Rte 122), Amherst, NH

AMHERST, NH: Food, raffles, live entertainment. ArubaCat Cat Furniture, Vendors & Artisans. Food by Mal's Grill. Art Demos, Face Painting & Body Art. Petting Zoo & Horse/Pony Rides. (603) 672-2535; www.treasuresnh.com
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Playtime Theatre: The Three Little Pigs

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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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Ayer Holiday Treasure Trove

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Where: Great Hall, Ayer Town Hall, One Main Street

AYER: Books, Gifts, Arts & Crafts to fill your holiday shopping wishes! Free admission. Browse books, crafts, artwork, jewelry, gifts and many other treats to satisfy your holiday shopping (& personal wish list) needs. Story time with guest readers on the 1/2 hour all day. Refreshments available. Masks are required for everyone’s safety. Brought to you by The Friends of the Ayer Library & The Ayer Cultural Council. Info: jgovang@ayer.ma.us
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Zoë Lewis Virtual Concert

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Where: New Revival Coffeehouse Online

STOW: A virtual concert for Stow's on November 6 at 7:30pm. Zoë is a Provincetown musician who plays multiple instruments and sings her joyful songs with exciting rhythms from around the world. She plays piano, ukulele, guitar, harmonica, spoons and just about anything else she can get her hands on. This streaming concert will be accessible on YouTube Live on both the FPC and Stow TV YouTube channels. The concert link will be posted on the New Revival Coffeehouse's Facebook page at http://bit.ly/FacebookNRC. Viewers will have an opportunity to donate to the artist via PayPal or Venmo, or send a check, payable to Zoë Lewis, to First Parish Church, attn: Treasurer, 353 Great Road, Stow, MA 01775. Suggested donation: $20. Info: 978-274-2593; cofeehouse@fpc-stow-acton.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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Lunar Activity

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Each month the moon goes through all its phases. Learn what they are, play with some cool tools to see moons and stars, and make your own constellation. This month - the Beaver Full Micro Moon, a Super New Moon & a lunar eclipse!  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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Conversations About Death and Grief

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Where: Shirley Senior Center, 9 Parker Road

SHIRLEY: 2nd Monday of every month - Offering Friendship, Understanding and Hope with suggestions and techniques to help manage your grief, Conversations About Death is about transforming the pain of grief into the elixir of hope. It takes people out of the isolation society imposes on the bereaved and lets them express their grief naturally. Walk-ins welcome. For questions about this program please contact Lucia Camara, Bereavement and Spiritual Care Provider with Nashoba Nursing Services and Hospice. - (508) 951 3850.
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Snip & Tear

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Visitors LOVE to snip and tear paper! Show off your scissor skills, try cutting for the first time, or use your hands to tear a collection of confetti. Then, fill a bottle with your little paper treasures to take home.  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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CFPL Storytime for pre-K children

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Where: Concord Free Public Library, 129 Main Street

CONCORD:  Families are encouraged to register ahead of time on the CFPL website so there will be enough materials, but registration is not required! The Nature Connection designs programs to be accessible and inclusive for children of all backgrounds and abilities.

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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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 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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Ecosystem Services: What Nature Does for Us and How We Can Talk About It

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Where: Boxborough Conservation Trust via Zoom

BOXBOROUGH: Join the Boxborough Conservation Trust for their Fall Speaker event via Zoom. Christa Collins will discuss the benefits of local protected land in mitigating climate change, in her talk entitled: "Ecosystem Services: What Nature Does for Us and How We Can Talk About It". See www.bctrust.org for more information and to register for this free talk.
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CFPL Storytime program for elementary students

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Where: Concord Free Public Library, 129 Main Street

CONCORD:  Families are encouranged to register ahead of time on the CFPL website so there will be enough materials, but registration is not required! The Nature Connection designs programs to be accessible and inclusive for children of all backgrounds and abilities.

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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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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Ready, Set, Balance!

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Drop-in 9:30am – 11am & 1pm – 3pm. Play around with the science concept of balance! Explore several different stations where you can test what makes objects stay put or topple over, and feel balance in your body as you try out movement challenges. 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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Veterans to be Honored in Westford

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Where: Westford Town Common

WESTFORD: The town of Westford will be hosting a ceremony to honor all those who have served our country.
The ceremony will begin at 11am. In the event of inclement weather, the event will be moved indoors to the old Center Fire Station, 51 Main Street. Masks are required if the event is moved indoors.
All veterans who wish to march in the ceremony may congregate behind the J.V. Fletcher Library at 10:30am.
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Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley Veteran's Appreciation Lunch

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Where: First Parish Church of Stow & Acton (FPC), Unitarian Universalist, 353 Great Road

STOW: To honor Stow-area veterans, for the second year in a row, the Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley is providing a pre-packaged lunch and the opportunity to meet with town and state officials. Lunch will include a sandwich, chips, salad, beverage, dessert, and more, and volunteers will provide the lunches to participants who will remain in their cars. Veterans and significant others must RSVP in advance and can pick up their meals between 11:30am and 1pm. Participants must pre-register at 978-627-4135 or info@nashobarotary.org. Please specify your expected time of arrival and a choice of sandwich when registering: Chicken Salad, Turkey Club, Ham and Swiss, or Tomato, Mozzarella, and Basil.
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Everyday Engineering: Squishy Circuits

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Squish and sculpt as you explore some simple circuitry. Discover the conductive properties of a childhood favorite, as you sink your hands into playdough to make LEDs light up, buzzers buzz & motors whir. 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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Birds of Prey

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Where: Acton Recreation Center

ACTON: $5 students, $10 adults. www.actonrec.com; recreation@actonma.gov
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ShirleyArts Presents "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown"

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Where: ASRMS, Hospital Rd.

SHIRLEY: A year and a half after they started rehearsals, ShirleyArts will  present the musical, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown - live and in person. Info: www.shirleyarts.info
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All Together Now!

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Where: StageWorks!, Leominster City Hall

LEOMINSTER: The theater industry is welcoming back local theater with special concert performances of some of their most loved songs. www.stageworksofleominster.org
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5th Annual Assabet Valley H.S. (Indoor) Craft Fair

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Where: 215 Fitchburg Street

MARLBORO: To benefit SkillsUSA. Info: www.assabet.org
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Free: Virtual Music & Movement with Miss Bernadette

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Where: Discovery Museum via Zoom

ACTON: Explore sound through singing and playing from the comfort of your own home! Move, make music, listen, learn & get a multi-sensory workout! Music improves your child’s memory, cognitive development, learning skills, & ability to express emotion. Plus, it’s fun! Registration is required at https://bit.ly/MusicMoveNov2021 to receive login information. 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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Picture Yourself: A Celebration of Women in STEAM

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Where: Discovery Museum via Zoom

ACTON: Join Discovery Museum in celebration of the women behind the Museum’s newest exhibit, Picture Yourself: Women in STEAM. Visit each of 6 portraits installed around the Museum and meet the local scientists and artists who are represented in the exhibit or who created these amazing works of art. Learn about their work, research, and interests, and discover why they find science and art cool and exciting. They’ll answer your questions as they share what it’s like to be a scientist or artist. 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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Family Service

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Where: First Parish of Sudbury, 327 Concord Road

SUDBURY: Join Rev. Dr. Marjorie Matty & Director of Religious Exploration Robert Jones for a family service. Share worship, a Story for All Ages & some surprises! A festive intergenerational experience, including a craft, followed by a time for conversation & connection over soup and snacks. Contact the First Parish Office at office@fpsudbury.org or 978-443-2043 for information on services and programs or see fpsdubury.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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Backyard and Beyond: Sensory Sundays

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: A great way for the whole family to enjoy time outdoors, Sensory Sundays program will be held outside, no matter the weather! Every Nature-based activity based on the weather and season, either in Discovery Woods or out on the adjacent conservation land. All ages are welcome but activities are designed for 2-6 year olds. 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/. 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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Lil’ SMART Gals (Science, Math, Art): Kimberly Sass - Open Studio

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Learn about women who have made important contributions throughout history to the fields of science, math and art. Learn about the work of Kimberly Saas, an Architectural Job Captain in Manhattan who is working on innovative workplace design. She’s also a professional hockey goaltender! In today’s program we will use recycled materials to plan, design, and engineer our own architectural designs. 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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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! Class will be held virtually. 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. 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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Backyard and Beyond: Lantern Light-up

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Have you noticed the days are getting shorter? The sun is starting to set earlier, nights are getting darker, and we even turned our clocks back to make our mornings brighter. Around this time of year, many cultures even celebrate holidays by including lights in their festivities. Make one-of-a-kind lanterns and light up the afternoon with a lantern procession through Discovery Woods! 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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Read to Luna Live

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Where: Concord Free Public Library, 129 Main Street

CONCORD: Read to Luna the certified therapy dog on the Main Library Lawn the third Wednesday of each month. Upcoming dates: December 15. When the weather gets cooler or if there is rain, Luna will meet with readers inside the Main Library. For children ages 5+. Children are also invited to register for their own individual 15 minute session with Luna. Register in advance at https://concordlibrary.org/news-events/events-calendar.
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Line Dancing with Sam O’Clair

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Where: Acton Senior Center, 30 Sudbury Road Rear

ACTON: 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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The Addams Family Musical

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Where: Lincoln Sudbury Players, LSRHS, 390 Lincoln Road

SUDBURY: Tickets are $8 for students & senior citizens; $15 for adults. Info: www.lsrhs.net/students/activities_clubs/drama
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Doggy Days: Welcome Back, Abby

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Welcome back the Museum's soft & furry, four-legged friend, Abby, and her owner Kimberlee! Abby loves to make friends with people of all ages. She’s a certified Therapy Dog from the Pets & People Foundation, which means she’s happy to meet both enthusiastic dog-lovers and anyone who’s curious but might be shy. 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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Listening to Four Centuries of Music with Sivan Etedgee

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Where: Acton Senior Center, 30 Sudbury Road Rear

ACTON: Open to out-of-town seniors for $5/lecture. Pianist and teacher Sivan Etedgee leads a monthly classical music series at the Senior Center that combines lecture, live performance and sound recordings. This month’s topic is “Composers and Forms of The Classical Era.” Additional dates of the series are: December 16th, January 20th and February 17th. Info: seniorcenter@actonma.gov; www.actoncoa.com.
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Astrophotography Talk

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Where: Lunenburg Library, 1023 Mass. Ave.

LUNENBURG: The Lunenburg Public Library is also partnering with The Aldrich Astronomical Society Thurs, Nov 18th @ 6:30pm for an Astrophotography Talk. Registration will be required for both events. You can sign up for these programs 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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College Admissions Workshops:
Crushing Your College Essays

When:
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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Backyard and Beyond: Kites!

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Where: Discovery Museum, 177 Main Street

ACTON: Design your very own kite using some everyday materials. Add a tail, some string to help it fly, and take it for a spin! 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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Monthly Sacred Fire

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Where: Old Frog Pond Farm & Studio

HARVARD: Discover! Connect! Renew!  The community fire is facilitated by Chris Griffin, a firekeeper trained through the Sacred Fire. To learn more click here. There will be no pot luck before the fire. Bring a warm beverage and sufficient layers to stay warm in a "socially distanced" circle about the fire. Offerings will be made at 6:30pm, Please try to arrive before offerings start. This is a “pee-in-the-woods” event! Bring headlamps and anything else you need to make yourself comfortable. The fire circle is a short walk from the house.
 
A monetary donation to help meet ongoing expenses is appreciated. Suggested $5 (or more). Attendees must RSVP in advance. Please RSVP to harvardfires@sacredfire.org.