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Boston, Dear Boston Exhibit (4/8 - 4/21): Messages from the Marathon Memorial


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Concord, Patriots Day Battle Reenactment and Celebration (4/19 - 4/20): The Towns of Lexington and Concord and the Minute Man National Historical Park commemorate the opening battles of the American Revolutionary War


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Boston, 118th Boston Marathon (4/21): the world's oldest annual marathon and ranks as one of the world's most prestigious road racing events.


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Provincetown, Appearance Eco-Art Festival (4/18 - 4/28): a "Green Arts Festival"


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Revere, Revere Spring Carnival (3/27 - 4/20): Carnival fundraiser will feature rides, games and food!


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Dedham, LADIES & GENTS SUPER SINGLES DANCE (4/18): OUR ANNUAL SINGLES BASH...LADIES & GENTS NIGHT!!!! ALL LADIES ARRIVING BEFORE 9 PM…ADMISSION IS ONLY $5 !!! ALL MEN ARRIVING BEFORE 9 PM…RECEIVE A FREE BOTTLE OF WINE !!! EVERYONE ARRIVING AF


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Boston, Locate the true source of irrational fears and emotions (4/11 - 5/23): Dianetics is a methodology which can help alleviate unwanted sensations and emotions, irrational fears and psychosomatic illnesses (illnesses caused or aggravated by mental stress). It is most accurat


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Dedham, Super Singles ® Dance @ Moseleys on the Charles - Friday, April 18, 2014 (4/18): Comp. Pizza buffet & Dessert, Door Prizes, Match for Prizes, Win the Roses For Singles approx. 35-60 y.o. Proper Attire required. Dress To impress.(No jeans, sneakers or hats)Sports Coats suggested fo


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Brookline, Registration is open for Fiddle Fun ages 8 to adult in Brookline (7/25 - 7/27): Join us for a weekend of fiddle music and first-rate instruction for the violin and cello at the Brookline Music School.


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Brookline, Registration open for the Curtain Call musical theater program for ages 7 to 14 in Brookline (8/4 - 8/22): Comprehensive performance-oriented program for ages 7 to 14 years interested in musical theater.


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Sherborn, Singles: SpeedDating 10+ Dates in One Night! Sherborn Inn (5/15): 12 Dates one night 40's to 50's You'll talk to your dates for 7 minutes, find out about each other and will get a sense of how you feel. This event is open to the public!


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Somerville, ComedySportz Boston Northeast Tournament (4/18 - 4/19): See your home team, ComedySportz Boston take on the rest of the northeast in competitive improv comedy! We have four shows throughout the weekend at Davis Square Theater.


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Wellesley, Jamie Kent, Singer/Songwriter, presented by BabsonARTS (4/18): Jamie Kent is a young, fresh musician, and Babson alumnus (08’) who is just returning from a successful tour at the SXSF music festival. Kent’s music takes on a folk rock and Americana influence. It's


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Northborough, Northboro Contra Dance, Saturday, April 19 (4/19): All welcome. No experience required.. Live Music. All dances are taught. Come with or without a partner.


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Newton, Once Upon a Time (4/16 - 5/21): Learn to tell stories that will stretch your children’s imagination, build their literacy skills, and help you bond together over bedtime. Join professional storyteller Cindy Rivka Marshall for a fun,


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Boxborough, Spring Fever Antiques and Design Show and Sale (4/19): 50 dealers with an eclectic selection of antiques, vintage and design elements. Uniques presents for Mother's Day, Father's Day, Graduations and Weddings.


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Norwood, The Childrens Workshop Spring Egg Hunt! (4/19): Decorate your own basket and fill it with eggs! Free and open to the community!


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Newton, Boston vs. New York Improv Comedy Show (5/3): Boston’s Improv Asylum goes toe-to-toe with New York’s Upright Citizens Brigade in an evening of sketch comedy at the Leventhal-Sidman JCC (333 Nahanton Street) in Newton.


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Worcester, April Vacation Week Fencing Clinic (4/22 - 4/25): Join us for an awesome four day fencing clinic! Beginners through intermediate level fencers age 8-14.


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Hopkinton, Art in the Garden at Weston Nurseries, Hopkinton, MA (4/27): 40 local artisans exhibiting their handmade wares on the beautiful grounds of Weston Nurseries in Hopkinton, MA


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Weston, Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 Ode to Joy (4/27): The Boston Civic Symphony performs the most beloved classical piece of all time.


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Medford, Embracing All Abilities Thru Arts (4/25 - 4/27): The first annual Embracing All Abilities thru Art Festival features art and film that celebrates the human spirit and the creativity that abounds in all people regardless of their challenges.


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Cambridge, Viriditas Women Sing for Night Song, April 27 in Cambridge (4/27): Viriditas Women's Schola (Cristi Catt, dir) — Hildegarde, Van Nes; jazz improv at Night Song. Sunday, 4/27, 7p, First Church Congregational, 11 Garden St, Cambridge. www.nightsong.org FREE


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Winchester, Music MAYnia Festival (5/4): An afternoon of music, games, food & fun for all ages! Over 200 performers play a marathon of music on 3 stages, indoors and outdoors.


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Concord, Bridal Show/Open House (5/18): Spring is here! Now is the perfect time to start planning your wedding! Come tour this newly renovated Wedding Venue in Concord MA Visit with New England's premiere wedding vendors, enjoy sweets



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Sherborn, Singles: SpeedDating 10+ Dates in One Night! Sherborn Inn (5/15)

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Wakefield, Country Blues and more in Wakefield at the Linden Tree Coffeehouse (5/3)

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Amherst, 2014 Curatorial Fellowship Exhibition (3/26 - 5/4): The exhibition will address the role of the classical canon in shaping the connotations of the nude.


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Amherst, Alonzo King Lines Ballet (4/27): “Alonzo King is one of the few bona fide visionaries in the ballet world today.” –San Francisco Chronicle


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Amherst, CactusHead Puppets Present: The Bremen Town Musicians (4/23 - 4/26): CactusHead Puppets tells the classic tale of a donkey, dog, cat, and rooster who set off on a journey together to start new lives as musicians, and the exciting adventures they have along the way.


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Amherst, Catalan Film Festival 2014 (2/25 - 4/22): Organized by Barbara Zecchi and Guillem Molla, the theme for the 6th annual Catalan Film Festival is "Identity/ies and Cinema."


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Amherst, Community Open House at the Yiddish Book Center (4/27): Join us for a day of events!


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Amherst, Elizabeth Rose Stanton: Henny (5/3): Join author-illustrator Elizabeth Rose Stanton for some chicken-talk about her debut picture book Henny. Henny is NOT a typical chicken, but she does have a BIG imagination, and Elizabeth will share h


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Amherst, Family Fun Day (3/15 - 12/20): The third Saturday of every month is Family Fun Day at the Mead!


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Amherst, History Bites Lunchtime Lecture Series (4/25): April 25th "The Emersons of Amity Street".


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Amherst, Ice Stars for Wounded Warriors (4/25 - 4/26): to support of the Home Base Program, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping New England's veterans


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Amherst, Poetry at Play: Family Poetry Jam (4/27): Come celebrate National Poetry Month at The Carle as acclaimed children’s poets and authors from the Pioneer Valley—Jane Yolen, Richard Michelson, Jeannine Atkins, and Heidi Stemple—read aloud their o


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Amherst, Rolled Paper Relief with Susan Schwake (4/19): Make a sculpture with origami and other beautifully printed papers!


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Amherst, SuperDogs (5/3): SuperDogs are going country in their brand new, music-filled, honky-tonk extravaganza, WILD WILD WOOF. It's a no-holds-barred celebration of country music with dynamic new props and exciting new games


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Arlington, Historical Talk and Art Reception at the Old Schwamb Mill (5/3): Historical Talk "Old Schwamb Mill Work Force Revisited: a look at the worker experience at the Mill from the late 19th century to the mid 20th century" presented by Dermot Whittaker, followed by art r


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Arlington, Zumbini Spring Series! (4/10 - 5/22): For children 4 years and younger (Yes- that includes babies!!!) This amazing Mommy (caregiver) and Me, Music and Movement program as featured on Good Morning America, is a magical child-focused jour


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Ashland, Religious School Open House (5/4): Congregation Sha'arei Shalom invites prospective families to visit our Hebrew School. Classes for the 2014-2015 school year will be offered for Pre-K – Grade 7/Bar & Bat Mitzvah. We welcome traditiona


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Boston, 118th Boston Marathon (4/21): the world's oldest annual marathon and ranks as one of the world's most prestigious road racing events.


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Boston, Alvin Ailey America Dance Theater (5/1 - 5/4): Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater has been thrilling Boston audiences since the Celebrity Series presented their Boston debut in 1968.


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Boston, Big Apple Circus - Luminocity (4/5 - 4/20): Catch the high-spirits and pulse-racing thrills of the World’s Greatest Circus Artists in one ring under our Big Top


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Boston, Bubbles (1/2 - 12/31): an ongoing exhibit at the Boston Children's Museum


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Boston, David Gray - Citi Emerson Colonial Theatre (5/3): David Gray returns to Boston at the Citi Emerson Colonial Theatre on Saturday, May 3rd at 7:30PM.


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Boston, Dear Boston Exhibit (4/8 - 4/21): Messages from the Marathon Memorial


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Boston, Dick Dohertys Comedy Den Corey Rodrigues Comedy Showcase Thurs Apr 24th 7:30pm (4/24): Corey Rodrigues hosts and headlines Dick Doherty's Comedy Den located below Howl at the Moon in Boston, MA!!!


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Boston, Dick Dohertys Comedy Den Dick Dohertys Old Fogies and New Faces Comedy Showcase Thurs May 1st 7:30pm (5/1): Dick Doherty hosts and headlines Dick Doherty's Comedy Den located below Howl at the Moon in Boston, MA!!!


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Boston, Dick Dohertys Comedy Den Kevin Bartini Daily Show Colbert Report Fri Apr 18 8pm Sat Apr 19 7:30pm (4/18 - 4/19): Kevin Bartini headlines Dick Doherty's Comedy Den located below Howl at the Moon in Boston, MA!!!


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Boston, Dick Dohertys Comedy Den Orlando Baxter and Mitch Stinson Fri May 2nd 8pm Sat May 3rd 7:30pm (5/2 - 5/3): Orlando Baxter and Mitch Stinson headline Dick Doherty's Comedy Den located below Howl at the Moon in Boston, MA!!!


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Boston, Dick Dohertys Comedy Den Robbie Printz Comedy Central NBC MTV Fri Apr 25th 8pm Sat Apr 26th 7:30pm (4/25 - 4/26): Robbie Printz headlines Dick Doherty's Comedy Den located below Howl at the Moon in Boston, MA!!!


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Boston, Eddie Izzard: Force Majeure - Citi Performing Arts Center (5/8 - 5/9): Eddie Izzard The World Tour – America 2014 on May 8th and 8th, 2014 at the Citi Performing Arts Center.


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Boston, Glass Fridays: Glassblowing (11/22 - 4/25): On the last Friday of every month we welcome you to join us for an evening of glass, friends and wine.


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Boston, Hub Theatre Company of Boston presents Three Days of Rain by Richard Greenberg (4/10 - 4/19): Hub Theatre Company of Boston opens its second season with Three Days of Rain, a modern-day masterpiece by Tony Award winning playwright Richard Greenberg directed by Daniel Bourque at the First Churc


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Boston, Knowing yourself- the key to your future success and happiness (4/11 - 5/10): Free IQ and Personality Test. Find your problem areas and discover your level of happiness, self-confidence, stability and more. Discover how your personality determines your ability to handle relatio


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Boston, Legally Blonde: The Musical - Berklee Performance Center (4/24): Elle Woods is the Delta Nu sorority’s sweetheart and homecoming queen who doesn’t take “no” for an answer.


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Boston, Locate the true source of irrational fears and emotions (4/11 - 5/23): Dianetics is a methodology which can help alleviate unwanted sensations and emotions, irrational fears and psychosomatic illnesses (illnesses caused or aggravated by mental stress). It is most accurat


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Boston, Sandra K. Russell Derby Day Benefit (5/3): Boston’s Premiere Kentucky Derby Day Party celebrates best hats, best dressed party-goers while benefitting MitoAction


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Boston, The Greatest Party on Earth (4/26): directly supports empowering jobs in art and design for Boston’s under-resourced teens working at Artists For Humanity (AFH).


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Boston, The Wholehearted - Paramount Center (4/17 - 4/27): The Wholehearted - Paramount Center April 17-27, 2014.


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Boston, Think Pink (1/2 - 5/26): an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts


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Boston, Zucchero - Berklee Performance Center (4/18): One of Italy’s biggest pop exports, Zucchero is influenced by American blues, soul, and rock.


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Boston, My Caribbean Charitable Boat Cruise (6/14 - 6/15): Come and enjoy My Caribbean Charitable Boat Cruise June 14, Caribbean Music and Food, Special Guest Speak James Scott and Carnival Costume Presentation


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Boston, Celebrity Series of Boston Presents the Boston Premiere of Le Grand Continental (5/18): Community-Wide Outdoor Public Dance Extravaganza Takes Place in Copley Square Park May 16-18, 2014


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Boston, Celebrity Series of Boston Presents the Boston Premiere of Le Grand Continental (5/17): Community-Wide Outdoor Public Dance Extravaganza Takes Place in Copley Square Park May 16-18, 2014


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Boston, Celebrity Series of Boston Presents the Boston Premiere of Le Grand Continental (5/16): Community-Wide Outdoor Public Dance Extravaganza Takes Place in Copley Square Park May 16-18, 2014


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Boxborough, Spring Fever Antiques and Design Show and Sale (4/19): 50 dealers with an eclectic selection of antiques, vintage and design elements. Uniques presents for Mother's Day, Father's Day, Graduations and Weddings.


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Boxford, Pre-Mothers Day Arts/Crafts Fair (Indoor) (5/3): Visit this indoor arts/crafts fair to purchase exquisite handmade gifts for Mom including jewelry, scarves, clothing, artisan foods, stained glass panels, paper quilled adornments, braided rugs, cand


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Brookline, Adult Music Instruction (1/28 - 6/10): The adult student community at BMS includes college students, young professionals, parents, retirees and seniors. They all have one thing in common - a lifelong joy of music and music making.


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Brookline, Dalcroze Eurythmics (2/6 - 6/19): Dalcroze Eurhythmics learning nurtures the imagination while encouraging musical exploration that leads to understanding musical concepts and learning musical reading and writing.


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Brookline, Dance/Creative Movement (1/28 - 6/10): Our dance and creative movement programs, taught by Tom Krusinski, explore kinesthetic creativity by using movement, music, props, games and play to develop and link students’ learning into complex da


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Brookline, Documentary Film Screening – The Ritchie Boys (4/24): Chased out of Germany by the Nazis, a small group of German Jewish intellectuals exacted the perfect revenge – returning to Europe as U.S. soldiers to defeat the enemy.


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Brookline, Registration is open for Fiddle Fun ages 8 to adult in Brookline (7/25 - 7/27): Join us for a weekend of fiddle music and first-rate instruction for the violin and cello at the Brookline Music School.


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Brookline, Registration open for the Curtain Call musical theater program for ages 7 to 14 in Brookline (8/4 - 8/22): Comprehensive performance-oriented program for ages 7 to 14 years interested in musical theater.


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Buzzards Bay, Behind-the-Scenes Tour (4/22): Peek behind the scenes of the National Marine Life Center's marine wildlife hospital!


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Buzzards Bay, Blending of the Waters Gala (4/26): The Blending of the Waters Gala, hosted at Mass Maritime Academy, is the kick off event to celebrate the Cape Cod Canal Centennial Celebration.


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Buzzards Bay, Little Flippers Story Time & Crafts (4/18 - 4/25): Read a story and make a craft about marine animals!


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Buzzards Bay, Patient Update (4/18 - 4/27): Learn about the marine wildlife patients in care at the National Marine Life Center!


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Buzzards Bay, Seal Tides: An Educational, Family-Friendly, Comic Mystery Play (4/23 - 4/27): Presentations can be murder! Animal care technician Corinne teaches what to do if you find a stranded marine animal. Unfortunately, Jamie and Ruth keep hijacking her presentation. Solve the mystery!


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Buzzards Bay, Marine Animal Medical Mystery (4/18 - 4/25): Learn what it's like to be a marine animal technician or scientist!


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Cambridge, Final Flight: The Extinction of the Passenger Pigeon (2/22 - 12/31): Final Flight: The Extinction of the Passenger Pigeon marks the 100th anniversary of the death of the last passenger pigeon, a species that once filled North America’s skies by the billions.


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Cambridge, Sunday Brunch @Ryles Jazz Club, Patricia Adams, vocals & Ray Santisi Trio (5/4): Best deal in or around the city for a leisurely meal and some serious entertainment. Doors open at 10:00am. Music starts at 10:45 and plays until 2:30pm. Diverse menu for every palate. Free parking


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Cambridge, The Legacy of Penobscot Canoes: A View from the River : The Legacy of Penobscot Canoes: A View from the River explores the enduring importance of rivers and canoes in Penobscot tribal life and on relationships between the tribe and non-Indians


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Cambridge, Thoreaus Maine Woods: A Journey in Photographs with Scot Miller (11/14 - 8/31): Thoreau's Maine Woods: A Journey in Photographs with Scot Miller, newest exhibition at the Harvard Museum of Natural History.


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Cambridge, Viriditas Women Sing for Night Song, April 27 in Cambridge (4/27): Viriditas Women's Schola (Cristi Catt, dir) — Hildegarde, Van Nes; jazz improv at Night Song. Sunday, 4/27, 7p, First Church Congregational, 11 Garden St, Cambridge. www.nightsong.org FREE


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Cambridge, While U W8 #MBTA Late @ Lily Pad w/ Shinozaki, Jackson, Golder-Novick, Keytar Bear, & Dirty Water (4/22): "While U W8 #MBTA Late" : a night with Gene Shinozaki & Max Jackson, Ben Golder-Novick, Keytar Bear, and house band Dirty Water Brass Band. Presented by Foot A Push Entertainment.


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Canton, 6th Annual Arts Festival (5/18): Accepting Artists Call for Entries. Seeking Fine Art Crafters & Artisans. Deadline: May 1st. Fees apply to register. Free Event. Proceeds to benefit Visual Arts Scholarships.


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Chestnut Hill, Boston College hosts Anne Bogart: celebrated director and theatre visionary (4/30): Celebrated director and theatre visionary Anne Bogart to give inaugural lecture in Boston College's new DeVoy Perspectives on Theatre series.


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Chicopee, Book Sale at the Chicopee Public Library (1/7 - 12/30): Bargain books are available every Tuesday at the Chicopee Falls Branch Library.


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Chicopee, Genealogy Open Lab (1/2 - 12/31): Looking for a place to work on your family research?


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Chicopee, Upright Citizens Brigade (4/25): Come see the Upright Citizens Brigade at Hu Ke Lau! Best known for their series on Comedy Central, UCB is an improv and sketch comedy group bound to keep you rolling in the aisles. NOTE: This sho


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Clinton, Every Thursday, 3PM - 7PM, Free Admission For Clinton Residents (1/23 - 12/18): Museum of Russian Icons Special Offer, Every Thursday, 3PM - 7PM Free Admission For Clinton Residents + Employees of Clinton Businesses With Proof of Residency or Business Card


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Clinton, Family Movie Day & Silent Auction Benefit (4/27): How To Train Your Dragon. A portion of the proceeds for Lieutenant Walsh - Firefighter Kennedy Memorial Fund , our Boston heroes who on March 26, 2014, gave their own lives while saving others.


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Clinton, The Tsars’ Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs (3/27 - 5/24): The exhibition includes many pieces from significant porcelain services made by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, and will be on view March 27 through May 24, 2014.


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Concord, Patriots Day Battle Reenactment and Celebration (4/19 - 4/20): The Towns of Lexington and Concord and the Minute Man National Historical Park commemorate the opening battles of the American Revolutionary War


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Concord, Bridal Show/Open House (5/18): Spring is here! Now is the perfect time to start planning your wedding! Come tour this newly renovated Wedding Venue in Concord MA Visit with New England's premiere wedding vendors, enjoy sweets


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Dedham, LADIES & GENTS SUPER SINGLES DANCE (4/18): OUR ANNUAL SINGLES BASH...LADIES & GENTS NIGHT!!!! ALL LADIES ARRIVING BEFORE 9 PM…ADMISSION IS ONLY $5 !!! ALL MEN ARRIVING BEFORE 9 PM…RECEIVE A FREE BOTTLE OF WINE !!! EVERYONE ARRIVING AF


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Dedham, Super Singles ® Dance @ Moseleys on the Charles - Friday, April 18, 2014 (4/18): Comp. Pizza buffet & Dessert, Door Prizes, Match for Prizes, Win the Roses For Singles approx. 35-60 y.o. Proper Attire required. Dress To impress.(No jeans, sneakers or hats)Sports Coats suggested fo


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Deerfield, Patriots Day Revolutionary Muster and Parade (4/26): Included with General Admission Travel back in time and rediscover the history behind the Patriot’s Day holiday and the “shot heard round the world.” Revolutionary times will come to life through d


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Fall River, World Class Explorer Dr. Robert Ballard to Address Marine Museum Fund Raiser (5/2): RE: MAY 2nd, JOIN US IN A VERY SPECIAL EVENT: At the Marine Museum at Fall River, Come Hear Dr. Robert Ballard, Oceanographer, Historian, & Explorer-- Best Known for his 1985 Discovery of the TITANI


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Framingham, Neil Young Tribute: Rust Never Sleeps (5/3): An absolute must for all Neil Young fans, RUST NEVER SLEEPS is a spectacular show that captures the sound, feel and essence of all things Young. This retrospective is selling out in cities across the


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Framingham, New Black Eagle Jazz Band (4/18): One of the most respected bands in America, The New Black Eagle Jazz Band, plays traditional jazz. Their style covers a wide range found in early New Orleans, 1920’s Chicago, 1930's small band jazz,


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Framingham, Paul Nardizzi (4/19): Framingham's own Paul Nardizzi is one of the country's top comedians, and returns for his third performance in the Scamps Comedy Standup Series at Amazing Things! With a rapid-fire style and sarcasti


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Hamilton, Don White Folk Comedy (4/26): “… combining the heartfelt aesthetics of the singer-songwriter with side-splitting laughs.” - Scott Alarik, Boston Globe


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Hanson, Renowned Medium Lauren Bortolami - Voices from Heaven Show - 15% of Proceeds to Walsh-Kennedy Fund (5/2): From 6:00 to 10pm. Cocktail Hour 6:00 pm to 7:00pm. Show 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Question and Answer Session - 9:00 to 10:00pm. 15% of Funds will go to the Walsh/Kennedy Memorial Fund.


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Hingham, Broadway Meets Opera: Hit Tunes from The Met to The Great White Way (5/4): Choral Art Society of the South Shore Spring Concert, Sunday May 4th at 4:00pm Broadway Meets Opera: Hit Tunes from the Met to The Great White Way


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Hingham, South Shore Conservatory’s Concert Series Presents All in the Family (4/27): Concert features SSC faculty, staff and musical family members


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Holyoke, Childrens Museum at Holyoke Open for School Vacation Week! (4/21 - 4/25): The Museum will be open all week during school vacation. Monday, April 21st thru Friday, April 25th from 10-4


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Hopkinton, Art in the Garden at Weston Nurseries, Hopkinton, MA (4/27): 40 local artisans exhibiting their handmade wares on the beautiful grounds of Weston Nurseries in Hopkinton, MA


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Huntington, Westfield River Whitewater Races (4/19): The 61st Annual Westfield River Whitewater Races will take place April 19th, with the novice race taking place at 10am, the Jr/Sr race taking place a 11am, and the Expert race getting underway a 1:30p


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Jamaica Plain, 5 Week Figure Sculpting Class, 3-6PM, Sundays, 4/27-5/25 (4/27 - 5/25): Stonybrook Fine Arts is pleased to present a five week course on figure sculpting with its resident sculptor, teacher and co-founder of Stonybrook Fine Arts, Morris Norvin this spring


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Jamaica Plain, Intro to MIG Welding Workshop,Sat, 4-7PM (10-1PM on 6/21) (4/12 - 8/23): Get a taste of MIG Welding! Learn how to work the equipment, shop safety, tools and weld a few pieces together.


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Jamaica Plain, Intro to Welding, 6-9PM,Mondays, 4/7-5/19 (4/7 - 5/19): Do you have an idea that you would like to see done in metal but you don't know how? Stonybrook Fine Arts is offering a six session introductory course in welding this spring on Monday nights


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Jamaica Plain, Make A Ring Set A Stone Workshop, Sundays, 10-2PM, 4/13, 5/11, 7/6 and 8/3 (4/13 - 5/11): This workshop is perfect for those wanting to further their knowledge of basic ring making or as a refresher course for those with previous ring making experience.


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Kingston, Via Dolorosa - Journey to the Cross (4/14 - 4/19): An exhibition of Jesus' final days


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Lenox, Frelinghuysen Morris House and Studio (1/1 - 12/31): Visit the home of American Abstract Artists George L.K. Morris and Suzy Frelinghuysen, set on a 46-acre estate in the heart of Lenox, Massachusetts.


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Lenox, Opening Day at The Mount! (5/3 - 10/31): Edith Wharton's Home, The Mount, will re-open for the 2014 season on May 3, 2014!


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Leominster, The Tom Yates Group Rock n Roll Swing Dance Party & Lesson (4/20): 6:30pm ~ Beginner Swing Dance Lesson 7:30pm ~ The Tom Yates Group


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Lexington, 6th Annual Lexington Open Studios (4/26 - 4/27): April 26 – 27, 2014 11am-5pm


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Lexington, LACS Spring Classes/Workshops 2014 (4/14 - 6/17): Time to add some beauty and color to your life after this long cold and snow-filled winter!


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Lexington, Lexington Empow April Camp (4/21 - 4/25): With LEGO building, animation, video game design and more, you can make something awesome at Empow April Camp!


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Lexington, WINTER CLASSES/WORKSHOPS 2014 (1/15 - 5/10): Relax, Enjoy, Be Creative!


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Ludlow, 9 to 5, The Musical (4/25 - 5/10): Outrageous, thought-provoking, and even a little romantic, 9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL is about teaming up and taking care of business.


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Ludlow, Lupa Zoo Opening (4/19): Join all your furry friends at the Lupa Zoo on April 19th for its season opening! There is plenty of parking and it is handicapped accessible. The concession stand, gift shop, coffee shop and playgro


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Mansfield, New England Folk Festival (4/25 - 4/27): featuring a wide variety of concerts, dance performances, workshops, family sing-alongs, childrens activities and jamming sessions.


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Marlborough, The International Gem & Jewelry Show, Inc. - Marlborough, MA (5/9 - 5/11): The International Gem & Jewelry Show is one of the largest exhibitions of gems, minerals and jewelry in the world. Come to the International Gem & Jewelry Show and find your "sparkle".


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Marlborough, The International Gem & Jewelry Show, Inc. - Marlborough, MA (7/4 - 7/6): The International Gem & Jewelry Show is one of the largest exhibitions of gems, minerals and jewelry in the world. Come to the International Gem & Jewelry Show and find your "sparkle".


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Marshfield, Winslow House Writers Workshop with Judith Campbell (5/3): Having trouble putting in to words your novel idea? Join local mystery novelist, Judith Campbell for an afternoon workshop to help put your words on to paper.


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Medford, Embracing All Abilities Thru Arts (4/25 - 4/27): The first annual Embracing All Abilities thru Art Festival features art and film that celebrates the human spirit and the creativity that abounds in all people regardless of their challenges.


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Medford, Welcome Baby! Brunch in Medford (5/4): The JCCs of Greater Boston is hosting a Welcome Baby! Brunch at Temple Shalom (475 Winthrop Street) in Medford on Sunday, May 4 from 10:30am-12pm.


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Middleboro, Sheep Day / Earth Day at Soule Homestead! (5/3): All day family fun! Sheep shearing & Sheepdog demos; wool washing, carding, weaving, spinning, felting; Children’s activities, crafts, face painting; Bee Hive exhibit, rug braiding, handcrafts, plant


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Natick, Animal Behavior for the Photographer (4/19): How do you catch that one-of-a-kind animal shot? Learn more about the pre-shoot planning process, how best to approach different animals for your photos, and techniques for capturing that perfect expr


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Natick, Frogs, Pollywogs & Fairies...Exploring the Vernal Pool (4/27): Discover some of the fantastic creatures that inhabit Broadmoor's vernal pool. From frogs and tadpoles to fairy shrimp, explore what hides under the water and lives around this seasonal pool.


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Natick, Frogs, Pollywogs & Fairies...Exploring the Vernal Pool (5/3): Discover some of the fantastic creatures that inhabit Broadmoor's vernal pool. From frogs and tadpoles to fairy shrimp, explore what hides under the water and lives around this seasonal pool.


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Natick, Fun in Nature: April Vacation Week: Grades K-5 (4/22 - 4/25): Discover the wonders of spring at Broadmoor! Learn about flowers, frogs, salamanders, and lots of baby animals! We'll also enjoy the return of the birds to our fields, forests and wetlands as they hun


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Natick, Nature Photography: The Beauty of Spring (5/3): Explore spring habitats around Broadmoor with your camera. Learn to plan and shoot natural scenes with various photo techniques. See how composition techniques, use of natural light and changes in exp


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Natick, PJ Library Topsy Turvy Pajama Shabbat in Natick (4/25): The JCCs of Greater Boston will be hosting a Shabbat program for families with young children at the Whitney Place Community Room (3 Vision Drive) in Natick on Friday, April 25 from 5:30-7pm.


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Natick, Swizzle n’ Sizzle Shabbat in Natick (5/2): JCC’s Interfaith Connections presents Swizzle ‘n Sizzle at the Met Bar & Grill (1245 Worcester Street) in Natick on Friday, May 2 from 7-9pm.


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Natick, Tai Chi for Healthy Aging Class (2/27 - 4/22): A beginning 8 week T'ai Chi class, an ancient Chinese mind and body exercise to add quality of life to your years. Health benefits include reduced stress, and improved flexibility and balance.


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New Bedford, Easter EggZOOberance (4/12 - 4/19): Hop over to the Buttonwood Park Zoo to meet the Easter Bunny!


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New Bedford, Spaghetti Supper Fundraiser (4/25): Spaghetti Supper Fundraiser with all proceeds to benefit the Fort Taber~Fort Rodman Historical Society & Military Museum.


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New Bedford, The Whaling City Clippers 3rd Annual Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament (4/26): The Whaling City Clippers are hosting our third annual Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament at the Panthers Athletic & Social Club, 43 Madeira Avenue, New Bedford on Saturday, April, 26, 2014.


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Newburyport, Ncs Annual Spring Concert (5/3 - 5/4): Celebrating 80 years, the Newburyport Choral Society will present its annual spring concert the first weekend in May.


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Newton, Boston vs. New York Improv Comedy Show (5/3): Boston’s Improv Asylum goes toe-to-toe with New York’s Upright Citizens Brigade in an evening of sketch comedy at the Leventhal-Sidman JCC (333 Nahanton Street) in Newton.


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Newton, New Arrivals, New Mom Support Group at the JCC (3/27 - 5/1): Mom’s of infants ages 0-3 months share the journey of motherhood with other new moms in a safe, supportive, non-judgmental environment.


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Newton, Newton Empow April Camp (4/21 - 4/25): If you’re between 7 and 13 years old, Empow Camp is a place to explore video production, video game design, animation, LEGO robotics, architecture, and digital music. Focus on one technology of partic


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Newton, Once Upon a Time (4/16 - 5/21): Learn to tell stories that will stretch your children’s imagination, build their literacy skills, and help you bond together over bedtime. Join professional storyteller Cindy Rivka Marshall for a fun,


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North Adams, Spring Art Detox (4/21 - 4/25): Three days of body, mind, and spirit focus will get kids ready for spring. Art-making, action, and healthy snacks are the remedy to recharge creativity. Parents can drop off the kids or join in the ac


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North Attleboro, The Childrens Workshop Math and Measurement Open House! (5/3): Join The Children's Workshop for an educational open house! The Children's Workshop teacher have some great activities planned. We will play to learn about math and measuring through hands on experien


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North Eastham, Registration for A BRUSH WITH TUSCANY, Sept 27 - Oct. 4, 2014 (1/26 - 8/15): A Brush with Tuscany: Landscape & Figure Painting with Eli Cedrone. Combine art, culture and travel - la dolce vita. Learn to translate light into the language of paint while in southern Tuscany.


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North Eastham, Registration for UNEXPECTED UMBRIA, October 6 - 13, 2014 (1/26 - 8/31): Unexpected Umbria, led by John Carafoli, is a culinary workshop to be held near Spoleto, Umbria. While we stay at a fabulous villa, we will experience food sourcing, marketing, buying local, cooking,


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Northampton, Chicago: The Musical (5/1 - 5/4): Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School presents Chicago: The Musical, the universal story of fame, fortune, and all that jazz. Show runs nightly at 7pm, May 1st- May 3rd, and at 2pm on


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Northampton, Jesse Cook (4/19): Award-winning Canadian guitar phenomenon Jesse Cook is coming to Calvin Theater. Cook has been recording and performing music internationally for over 17 years. He is a JUNO Award-winning artist and t


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Northampton, Leonard Nimoy: 60 Years of Photography (3/30 - 5/9): An exhibit of work through the early years to the Secret Selves Project.


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Northampton, National Marionette Theatres Beauty and the Beast (4/21): The Academy of Music will present National Marionette Theatre’s production of Beauty and the Beast. This timeless tale shares the story of a prince who is changed into a hideous beast by an evil encha


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Northampton, The Eye is a Door: Landscape Photographs by Anne Whiston Spirn (1/31 - 8/31): The Eye is a Door showcases the photographic work of world-renowned writer, scholar, and landscape architect Anne Whiston Spirn.


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Northampton, Travis Louie Exhibition (5/1 - 5/31): Although Travis Louie has become notable in the world of Pop Surrealism or Lowbrow, his work is unique and in many ways defies categorization.


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Northampton, MEMBERS’ EXTRAS- Art Insights 2014 (5/1): Open Eyes for Members – Art Outdoors!


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Northborough, Northboro Contra Dance, Saturday, April 19 (4/19): All welcome. No experience required.. Live Music. All dances are taught. Come with or without a partner.


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Norwell, 2014 Music, Comedy & Speaker Special Events at The Company Theatre (1/3 - 5/17): The award-winning Company Theatre kicks off their 2014 Special Events series, with a wide variety of performances, providing the area with the best in music, comedy and guest speakers.


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Norwell, The Company Theatre Presents The Drowsy Chaperone Comic Musical (4/4 - 4/27): The award-winning Company Theatre presents the Tony Award® winning comic musical The Drowsy Chaperone, from April 4 through 27


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Norwood, The Childrens Workshop Spring Egg Hunt! (4/19): Decorate your own basket and fill it with eggs! Free and open to the community!


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Pittsfield, Baby Animals on the Shaker Farm (4/12 - 5/4): Baby Animals on the Shaker Farm will return in 2014 from April 12th through May 4th. Mark your calendars!


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Pittsfield, Berkshire Collects (3/30 - 5/11): With more than 40 collectors sharing their treasures, the exhibit is a salute to the long and diverse tradition of collecting that built the Berkshire Museum 110 years ago.


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Pittsfield, Carmina Burana (5/3): Albany Berkshire Ballet is bringing back its Spring Season featuring Carmina Burana with choreography by Paula Weber. This performance will also include an excerpt from Swan Lake restaged by Darren Mc


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Pittsfield, Chow Time (4/5 - 12/27): Join our staff in the aquarium for an interactive look at what it takes to feed some of Berkshire Museum’s most interesting residents.


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Pittsfield, Draw the Line: The Endorsed Aerosmith Tribute Show (4/19): Authentically raised in Boston, MA, Draw The Line has been cultivated from the very roots that inspired & drive Aerosmith to this day. A powerful transformation of character far beyond just a tribute


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Pittsfield, Healthy Kids Day (4/26): A free day of fun for families! Saturday, April 26, 2014: 12-2 p.m.


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Plymouth, Dead of Night Ghost tour Hosts The Documentary Bridgewater Triangle (5/9): The Bridgewater Triangle is described as a 200 square mile region with a long history of paranormal activity. This film was created on site locations. Who, what and where, are these mysterious being a


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Provincetown, Appearance Eco-Art Festival (4/18 - 4/28): a "Green Arts Festival"


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Quincy, Quincy Carnival Starts May 1st! (5/1 - 5/4): The carnival fundraiser will feature a petting zoo, rides, games and food.


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Revere, Revere Spring Carnival (3/27 - 4/20): Carnival fundraiser will feature rides, games and food!


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Richmond, Full Moon Trek & Bonfire (3/15 - 12/6): Join us for some real Hilltop Adventure! Our full moon hikes and snowshoe treks are so popular that we are scheduling them year-round, weather permitting.


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Salem, Beyond Human: Artist–Animal Collaborations (10/19 - 9/17): features nearly 40 paintings, installations, photographs and audio and video recordings by artists who co-create or investigate art with live animals.


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Salem, Classes at Artemisia Botanicals (1/1 - 12/31): Teri has been teaching and showing the way of herbs for over ten years. She is the owner of Artemisia Botanicals.


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Salem, Seven Lectures at the Seven Gables (3/19 - 11/19): Salem's premiere historic site offering a year long variety of lectures.


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Salem, Massachusetts Poetry Festival (5/2 - 5/4): The sixth Massachusetts Poetry Festival will be held May 2-4, 2014 in downtown Salem.


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Scituate, Lost Villages of Scituate Bus Tours, Hope, Scituate (4/19): Join Ray Wolf, author of The Lost Villages of Scituate for a tour around Scituate Reservoir.


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Sharon, A Traditional Coffee House featuring Brother Sun (5/4): Brother Sun's latest CD Some Part of the Truth (Brother Sun Music) was just named The North American Folk Music Chart’s Album of the Year for 2013. In addition their song Lady of the Harbor was named


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Shelburne Falls, Art Walk (5/3): Follow the “decorated shoes” throughout the Village. Mingle with local artists, view demonstrations, enjoy live music, participate in community art projects, and ride Trolley No.10. Recently, the Vil


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Shelburne Falls, Open Mic Night (2/20 - 12/17): Third Thursdays! Just remember that. Every Third Thursday of each month we’ll be having Open Mic Night hosted by the amazing Pamela Means!


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Sherborn, Singles: SpeedDating 10+ Dates in One Night! Sherborn Inn (5/15): 12 Dates one night 40's to 50's You'll talk to your dates for 7 minutes, find out about each other and will get a sense of how you feel. This event is open to the public!


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Somerville, ComedySportz Boston Northeast Tournament (4/18 - 4/19): See your home team, ComedySportz Boston take on the rest of the northeast in competitive improv comedy! We have four shows throughout the weekend at Davis Square Theater.


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South Hadley, El Anatsui: New Worlds (1/22 - 6/8): This exhibition features six of Anatsui’s large-scale sculptures—five are wall mounted and one extends into the viewers’ space across the floor.


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South Hadley, Nash Dinosaur Track Site and Rock Shop (1/1 - 12/31): Formerly known as Nash Dinosaurland.


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Springfield, Aziz Ansari (5/4): Aziz Ansari is coming to Springfield! Ansari is one of the biggest stars in the comedy world. Rolling Stone put him on the cover of their special comedy issue, labeling him "the funniest man under 3


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Springfield, Etta May (5/2): As part of its Stand-Up Comedy Series, Bud Light proudly presents Etta May at CityStage! Etta May won the prestigious American Comedy Awards: "Stand-Up Comic of the Year," and has appeared on Oprah,


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Springfield, Intent to Deceive: Fakes and Forgeries in the Art World (1/21 - 4/27): With lecture Sunday March 9th at 2pm. This ground-breaking exhibition explores some of the most infamous scandals of the past century and the forgers that perpetrated them.


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Springfield, Kevin MaC - CityStage (5/1): Before a single note leaves his lips or one chord is strummed from his acoustic guitar, Kevin Mac convinces you to love him.


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Springfield, New Class: Acting Up for ages 6-8 (2/28 - 5/2): Due to popular demand, we are now offering a class for younger actors.


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Springfield, O Sole Trio (4/26): O Sole Trio is a vibrant musical ensemble featuring the lush voices of soprano Erin Shields and baritone Giuseppe Spoletini along with the amazingly versatile David Shenton on violin and piano. The pe


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Springfield, Rainforest Adventure (1/25 - 5/11): Rainforest Adventure is a multi-sensory exploration of one of our planet’s most precious resources.


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Springfield, School Vacation: Puppet Festival (4/21): Most activities are FREE with museum admission.


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Springfield, Steampunk Springfield: Re-Imagining An Industrial City (3/22 - 9/28): Steampunk is an artistic and design subculture which combines science fiction, history, fantasy and the Victorian era into a fanciful blend.


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Springfield, Suddenly Mommy (5/8 - 5/10): The very talented Anne Marie Scheffler returns to CityStage in her one woman show, Suddenly Mommy! In this comedy about a self-confessed bad mom, our ill-prepared heroine falls for a single dad. They


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Stockbridge, Baseball, Rodeos, and Automobiles: The Art of Murray Tinkelman (3/15 - 6/15): Explore the award-winning art of Murray Tinkelman, a Hall of Fame illustrator whose pen-and-ink drawings have captured the essence of the American experience for more than six decades.


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Sudbury, Save A Dog Paws In The Park Fundraiser (5/4): Don't miss Save A Dog's 14th Annual "Paws In The Park" Fundraiser and Dog Walk Sunday, May 4 - Rain or Shine!


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Upton, Eric Dittelman, Comedy Mind Reader, Show (5/9): As seen as a semi-finalist NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” and a guest on “The Ellen Degeneres Show”, Eric Dittelman combines amazing mind reading with stand-up and improvisational comedy.


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Wakefield, Country Blues and more in Wakefield at the Linden Tree Coffeehouse (5/3): The coordinators of Linden Tree Coffeehouse announce the last show of this year’s 29th season will be on Saturday, May 3. Two area favorites will be returning to Wakefield in this co-bill: Les Sampo


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Wellesley, Jamie Kent, Singer/Songwriter, presented by BabsonARTS (4/18): Jamie Kent is a young, fresh musician, and Babson alumnus (08’) who is just returning from a successful tour at the SXSF music festival. Kent’s music takes on a folk rock and Americana influence. It's


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Wellesley, LINX Offers Dance Camp for Kids in Kindergarten through 8th grade (3/28 - 6/23): LINX’s Dance Camp, led by favorite LINX dance instructors, takes place in three beautiful, state-of-the-art studios located at LINX’s Dana Hall Campus. Kids in kindergarten through 8th grade focus on


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Wellesley, LINX Open Registration for All Star Sports Camp (4/7 - 6/23): Register now for LINX’s All Star Sports Camp for an intense sports training experience including physical conditioning needed to succeed in baseball, basketball, flag football, lacrosse, soccer and st


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Wellesley, LINX Open Registration for Boys Basketball Camp featuring Boston Celtic Kelly Olynyk (4/7 - 7/7): Register now for LINX Boys Basketball Camp featuring Boston Celtic Kelly Olynyk as an on-site coach. The full day camp (9am-4pm), for campers in grades 2nd – 8th, is located at LINX’s Dana Hall Campu


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Wellesley, LINX Open Registration for Boys Lacrosse Camp (4/7 - 7/7): Register now for LINX Boys Lacrosse Camp where kids in grades Kindergarten – 8th learn and develop their lacrosse skills under the direction of expert coaches. Lacrosse campers learn the joys and val


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Wellesley, LINX Open Registration for Flag Football Camp (4/7 - 7/7): Register now for LINX’s Flag Football Camp where kids in Kindergarten – 8th grade learn and play quarterback, running back and wide receiver positions, while also learning a variety of basics includin


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Wellesley, LINX Open Registration for Girls Basketball Camp featuring Boston Celtic Kelly Olynyk (4/7 - 7/7): Register now for LINX Girls Basketball Camp featuring Boston Celtic Kelly Olynyk as an on-site coach. The full day camp (9am-4pm), for campers in grades 2nd – 8th, is located at LINX’s Dana Hall Camp


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Wellesley, LINX Open Registration for Science Camp (3/12 - 7/7): LINX is accepting registration for Science Camp, where young campers in Kindergarten through 8th grade are led on a science adventure. Projects vary from week to week as campers take hands on look at


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Wellesley, LINX Registration Open for Awesome April Vacation Camp (3/6 - 4/21): LINX Awesome April Vacation Camp takes place at Mass Hort Elm Bank Reservation, Wellesley, MA, and is perfect for kids age 4 years through 5th grade who love to have fun outdoors. The campers enjoy a


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Wellesley, SURGE: Test Site #2 Chromatic Energy Mirror (3/26 - 5/20): Interactive art exhibition based on streaming energy data created by Deb Todd Wheeler and Bec Conrad in collaboration with Babson/Olin/Wellesley and Emerson students.


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Wenham, Essex Heritage Annual Meeting (4/30): Essex Heritage will hold its annual meeting and networking event on Wednesday, April 30, 2014 from 8:00 – 10:00 AM, at Gordon College’s Ken Olsen Science Center in Wenham.


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West Springfield, Next to Normal (4/17 - 6/1): "Next to Normal" is the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning “emotional powerhouse” of a contemporary musical from Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey that has had audiences around the world standing and cheer


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Westborough, DRY EYE SEMINAR FOR PATIENTS (4/29 - 4/30): Do your eyes burn, water, sting, feel like something is in them? Learn about the causes of dry eyes and the latest treatment options for you.


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Westborough, Ordinary People (5/2 - 5/4): Join the Westborough Players as they present Ordinary People, the story of an affluent family torn apart by the death of their eldest son. Ordinary People debuted as a film in 1980 and won four Acade


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Westfield, Fantastic Fours and Fives Storytime (5/2 - 5/23): This storytime is for kids ages 4-5.


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Westfield, Pajama Storytime (4/28): This program is for kids ages 2-4.


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Westfield, Read to Rover (4/19): This programs is for kids ages 3-9. Come read to some very lovable dogs.


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Westfield, School Vacation Week at Amelia Park Childrens Museum (4/21 - 4/25): Come join us at APCM for April Vacation Days! We're open all week: April 21 - April 25 from 9:00AM- 4:00PM.


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Westfield, Teen Movie - The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (4/24): Popcorn and drinks will be provided!


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Weston, Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 Ode to Joy (4/27): The Boston Civic Symphony performs the most beloved classical piece of all time.


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Weston, Celebrate Earth Day with Postage Stamps (4/22): Bring in used objects such as bottles, cans and cardboard boxes to be recycled by decorating with postage stamps. Also make a collection of worldwide stamps featuring endangered species. Other arts


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Weymouth, Tea with Mrs. Adams at Abigail Adams Birthplace (4/27): The Abigail Adams Historical Society, stewards of the Abigail Adams Birthplace, presents Tea with Mrs. Adams, with a living-history portrayal by Patricia Bridgman


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Weymouth, Weymouth Carnival Starts April 23rd! (4/23 - 4/27): The carnival will feature a petting zoo, rides, games and food.


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Wilbraham, Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Spec Pond (4/19): Each spring, the Wilbraham Parks & Recreation Department holds an exciting egg hunt for ages toddler to 10.


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Williamstown, Monika Baer Exhibit at Williams College Museum of Art (3/1 - 5/18): Berlin-based artist Monika Baer approaches “the picture as a site of staging or performance.”


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Williamstown, Zanele Muholi (2/1 - 4/27): South African visual activist Zanele Muholi’s photographs and videos are intimate portrayals of black lesbians, queers, and transmen.


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Wilmington, Aleppo Shriners Circus (4/23 - 4/27): just in time for April vacation - fun for the whole family.


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Winchester, Music MAYnia Festival (5/4): An afternoon of music, games, food & fun for all ages! Over 200 performers play a marathon of music on 3 stages, indoors and outdoors.


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Worcester, American Contemporary Art and Craft Gallery : For Thirty eight years it has been our privilege to offer our customers art and Artisan made contemporary craft work by some of the most talented artists in the United States


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Worcester, April Vacation Week Fencing Clinic (4/22 - 4/25): Join us for an awesome four day fencing clinic! Beginners through intermediate level fencers age 8-14.


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Worcester, Dan Crohn (4/18 - 4/19): Dan Crohn has been performing stand up comedy in and around Boston for the last seven years. A recent semi-finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival, his stories of family and friends have entertained au


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Worcester, Families @ WAM Tour : Family Tours - Saturdays 10:30am Explore the museum galleries with your family on a docent-guided discovery tour. Hear fun facts, stories and enjoy sharing observations and time together.


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Worcester, Farmers Winter Market (12/14 - 6/28): Visit weekly Farmers Markey and local craft vendors.


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Worcester, Friday Morning Birds (4/4 - 4/18): We'll explore different corners of the sanctuary each week ... you never know what we will find. Birders of all levels are invited.


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Worcester, Greendale Mall Carnival (4/17 - 4/27): Carnival will feature rides, games and food!


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Worcester, Hair (5/6 - 5/7): HAIR – the rock musical that sparked a revolution and ignited a generation – is back! All the original hits and new songs rediscovered from the original production will be played live by The Tribe, in


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Worcester, Lights Out DJ Public Skate (1/3 - 1/2): The Buffone Arena at 284 Lake Avenue in Worcester offers a spectacular lights out DJ public skate event every Friday between 8:00p-9:50p.


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Worcester, Luma: Art in Darkness (5/2): LUMA plunges the audience into a darkened space where a tapestry of illuminated illusions fills the stage. With high and low technology, the work of shadowed performers utilize brilliant images of col


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Worcester, Mike Koutrobis (5/2 - 5/3): As an entertainer for the past 24 years, Mike has seen it all. He began his comedy career at Stitches Comedy Club in Boston in 1993. His comedy style combines a witty, yet sarcastic commentary on inte


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Worcester, Sleeping Beauty (4/18): The Moscow Festival Ballet presents Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty. Fully staged with stunning costumes and sets, "Beauty" is perfect for all ages. The 2013 production of Swan Lake sold out quickly,


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Worcester, StageTime Comedy Club : Worcester's Alternative to Comedy.


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Worcester, the [space] between (4/5 - 4/27): "the [space] between" Contemporary Artists Explore the Many Dimensions of Space at the Sprinkler Factory Gallery


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Worcester, The Hanover Theatres Tony Awards Gala (4/26): Come celebrate an unforgettable evening of elegance and excitement as The Hanover Theatre is transformed into a magnificent gala venue. The evening will begin at 5:30 pm with cocktails, silent auction


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Worcester, Tour of Salisbury Mansion (4/10 - 12/27): Salisbury Mansion, located at 40 Highland Street, is Worcester’s only historic house museum. Built in 1772 as a combination house and store, it served as the home of “gentleman-merchant” Stephen Sali


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Worcester, Tours of Salisbury Mansion : Built in 1772 as a combination store and dwelling for a bachelor-merchant from Boston, Salisbury Mansion is Worcester's only historic house museum


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