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Boston, Boston Wine Expo (2/18 - 2/19): New England’s biggest and best food and wine festival

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Cambridge, Bugs Bunny Film Festival (2/17 - 2/25): Three Fun Programs! A school vacation treat for kids and fun-loving adults alike

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Concord, Blithe Spirit (2/10 - 2/25): The play concerns the socialite and novelist Charles Condomine, who invites the eccentric medium and clairvoyant, Madame Arcati, to his house to conduct a séance.

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Framingham, Calling All Singers for Elijah! (2/14 - 5/13): Heritage Chorale holds an open rehearsal in Framingham for classical and church singers in all voice parts to join for a May concert of Elijah

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Wellesley, LINX April Vacation Camps for Kids (1/25 - 4/21): Kids have fun during April Vacation at LINX 4/17 – 4/21. Activities for kids age 3 years – 12th grade, including Ninja Warrior, Theater and Dance workshops, and more.

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Sturbridge, New England Re-enactor Fair (2/18 - 2/19): New England Re-enactor Fair with a variety of vendors, workshops, and lecture series, From Fashion to Fighting. For Immediate Release: New England Re-enactor Fair https://www.facebook.com/events/1742

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Boston, New England Watercolor Societys Signature Members Show (1/31 - 2/26): Contemporary and Classic Water Media Paintings

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North Eastham, Registration for A BRUSH WITH PORTUGAL: May 6 - 13, 2017 (1/2 - 4/1): Join artist Eli Cedrone in Cascais, Portugal from May 6 - 13, 2017, for landscape and figure painting workshop. Painters of all levels are welcome.

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North Eastham, Registration for PARIS & THE LOIRE VALLEY. May 27 - June 6, 2017 (1/12 - 4/15): The City of Light will offer us spectacular music, museums and cuisine. Sully-sur-Loire will offer a more relaxed visits to their castles, vineyards, and chamber music festival.

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Leominster, The Bruce Marshall Group Swing Dance Party & Group Lesson (2/19): All Dance2Swing Events are Beginner & Social Friendly

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Hopkinton, The Prince is Having a Ball !!! (2/19): This Princess Ball is for little ones 2-8 and their escorts. Dress up and enjoy a royal party complete with glass slippers, pictures in the royal carriage, dancing with our very own beautiful Princess

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Charlestown, Edward II by Christopher Marlowe (2/22 - 3/19): Actors’ Shakespeare Project kicks off 2017 with Marlowe’s complex Edward II, England’s notorious king who forsakes everything for his public and private passions--only to meet horrific ends at the han

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Marlborough, Ten Buck Bike Show, Marlborough (2/25 - 2/26): KevMarv Productions proudly announces the kick off of our new rebranded motorcycle shows “The Ten Buck Bike Show.” Ten-dollar admission; "A simple SAWBUCK” with free parking (no gimmicks, no drama, n

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Newton, The Amazing Max Magic Show (2/20): Enjoy striking visual magic, comedy and loads of audience participation at the Amazing Max Magic Show. Held at the Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center (333 Nahanton Street) in Newton on Monday, F

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Arlington, Welcome Baby! Mimosa Brunch (2/26): Join other new parents for a Welcome Baby! brunch at Ready, Set, Kids! A Family Enrichment Center (284 Broadway Avenue) in Arlington on Sunday, February 26 from 11am-1pm.

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Lenox, March31-7, Healing of the Heart Sheng Zhen Qigong w Junfeng Li (3/31 - 4/7): Sheng Zhen Gong is a method of self-healing, often referred to as "the qigong of Unconditional Love." It involves a series of moving and non-moving forms, all designed to remove negative energy or "qi

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Worcester, Olympic Fencing Classes (2/28 - 4/15): Learn the exciting Olympic sport of fencing at Worcester's premier fencing club.

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Charlton, Magic & Illusions (3/18): Magic & Illusions starring Magician Frank Damelio

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Acton, Everyday Engineering: Balls and Ramps (2/23): Join us as we celebrate National Engineers Week! Engage in some everyday engineering as you construct and create with repurposed and recycled materials.

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Acton, Everyday Engineering: Bridge Building (2/24): Join us as we celebrate National Engineers Week! Engage in some everyday engineering as you construct and create with repurposed and recycled materials. Bridges help us safely get from here to there.

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Adams, ThunderFest 2017 (3/4 - 3/5): ThunderFest is a two day celebration of winter in the Berkshires. It all starts with the 82nd Anniversary Thunderbolt Ski Run.

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Allston, Stump Trivia @ Roxys! (2/21): Come hang out at Roxy's for #TriviaTuesday in Allston every Tuesday from 7-9pm with Stump Trivia! We'll have snack specials, prizes, and buckets of BEER!

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Amherst, 2017 Amherst Winter Farmers Market (1/28 - 4/1): There will be farmers, food artisans, and craftspeople offering the finest locally produced goods in the region.

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Amherst, Amherst 10-Mile Road Race (2/26): Since 1975, the Amherst 10-Miler has for years served as the unofficial start to the road racing season in the region. The race course was created by founder Tom Derderian – accomplished runner,

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Amherst, SYDNEY DANCE COMPANY (2/28): Sydney Dance Company comes to the FAC under the exuberant artistic direction of Rafael Bonachela, a self-proclaimed "movement junkie." Vividly imagined, his sensuous aesthetic has signaled a new chapt

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Amherst, Tangled Up in Bob (2/26): A documentary about writer and painter Natalie Goldberg's visit to Hibbing, Minnesota, to examine the soil from which the legendary Bob Dylan sprang.

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Andover, February Vacation Drop-In Family Day (2/22): Learn more about what goes on behind the scenes at the Addison and how exhibitions come together through demonstrations and hands-on activities. All ages are welcome.

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Arlington, Welcome Baby! Mimosa Brunch (2/26): Join other new parents for a Welcome Baby! brunch at Ready, Set, Kids! A Family Enrichment Center (284 Broadway Avenue) in Arlington on Sunday, February 26 from 11am-1pm.

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Ashland, Italian Wine Specialist Course Boston (part 2) (3/11 - 3/12): This course created by the Italian Sommelier Association is for all Italian Wine lovers and folks in the industry that want to dig a lot deeper into the everchanging world of Italian wines.

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Ashland, Italian Wine Specialist® Certification-North American Sommelier Association (2/25 - 2/26): The Italian Wine Specialist® certification course has been given in the United States since 2006 - NASA's course is the original and authentic course on Italian wine available for both enthusiasts and

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Attleboro, February Vacation Programs at Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary (2/21 - 2/24): Join Oak Knoll for a fun 4 days of nature exploration!

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Belmont, Documentary Photography Reviews with Documentary Matters (2/22): If you are looking for feedback on your documentary work or a place to meet with others involved with or interested in documentary photography, join SDN and Digital Silver Imaging for Documentary Matt

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Beverly, Jon Stetson ~ Americas Master Mentalist (3/11): Ever wonder who’s the REAL MENTALIST? The character of “The Mentalist” (portrayed by Simon Baker in the hit CBS TV series) is partially based on Jon Stetson, who was a consultant on the show.

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Boston, Beringer Vineyard Dinner as Part of the Boston Wine Festival at the Boston Harbor Hotel (2/22): Beringer Vineyards is the oldest continuously run and operating winery in the Napa Valley.

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Boston, Bista Presents Worlds #1 Open Source ERP - Odoo 10 (2/23): Bista Solutions is pleased to invite you to our exclusive events being held in select cities in North America.

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Boston, Boston Symphony Orchestra Concert (2/21): The American composer Gunther Schuller wrote his kaleidoscopic Seven Studies on Themes of Paul Klee in 1959.

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Boston, Boston Toastmasters Meeting (2/21): Boston Toastmasters is a community organization that helps people become stronger speakers and better leaders through practice.

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Boston, Boston Wine Expo (2/18 - 2/19): New England’s biggest and best food and wine festival

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Boston, CAD for Fashion Design - Apparel I (1/14 - 4/29): CAD for Fashion Design: Apparel I at the School of Fashion Design, Boston 10% off for Spring 2017 semester Saturdays, 9am – 12:30pm January 14 – April 29

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Boston, CLIMB - A Volunteer Branch of Dress for Success Boston (2/23): Calling all new members! Are you looking to get involved in your local community while making a difference and helping those in need?

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Boston, Continuing Education in Fashion! - now enrolling for January! (1/9 - 4/28): Your fashion education begins at the School of Fashion Design, Boston! No prior experience required. All levels welcome. Classes start January 12.

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Boston, DRAGGED Into the Woods (2/21 - 2/23): Dragged Into the Woods is the third installment of the Dagger's "Sing-A-Long, Drag Parody Extravaganzas" featuring singers performing as the opposite genders.

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Boston, Drawing Together: Creative Expression for Post-Election America (2/22): You're invited to a weekly group drawing and art therapy night in the galleries. Free and open to the public and facilitated by professionals, this is a space to express your emotions through therapeu

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Boston, Exhibit Opening. Listen Hear: The Art of Sound (3/8): Experience the ways sound and space interact in the Gardner’s first exhibition of sound art. Listen Hear: The Art of Sound features installations throughout the Museum and beyond its walls, inspiring

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Boston, Farm-to-Table Cooking Class: Seasonal Tapas (2/23): Planning a get-together or dinner party this winter? Want to learn how to make classic Spanish tapas with the seasonal bounty of New England produce, meats, and artisan products?

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Boston, Fashion Academy - the perfect gift for your Fashion Teen! (1/21 - 3/11): A workshop in fashion design for high school students, beginner and advanced levels. Spring workshops in design, sketching, patterns, sewing, more. Taught by SFD expert faculty in our Newbury Street s

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Boston, Fashion Academy for Teens - now enrolling for Spring (1/21 - 3/11): Fashion Academy for teens, at the School of Fashion Design! A workshop in fashion design for high school students, beginner and advanced levels. Spring workshops in design, sketching, patterns, sewin

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Boston, First Time Flyers, AntiGravity Aerial Yoga (2/19): This series of introductory AntiGravity® classes is only for First time riders. One will become familiar with the new sensations associated with inversions and flying, while building knowledge of foun

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Boston, Free film screening, “Saving Sea Turtles: Preventing Extinction” (2/22): “Saving Sea Turtles: Preventing Extinction,” a new documentary chronicles record sea turtle rescue effort”.

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Boston, Free Thursdays at the ICA (2/23): Every Thursday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. general admission to the Institute of Contemporary Art is free.

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Boston, FREE Volunteer Social @ Highball Lounge (2/22): Join One Brickers and friends for our February social at Highball Lounge on Wednesday, February 22 from 6:30 to 8:30 PM.

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Boston, Indo Row HIIT workout in South End (2/21): Swet Studio™ Boston's aerial yoga, indoor rowing, and meditation fitness studio located in the South End, is offering a variety of group rowing HIIT classes.

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Boston, Kitchen Fundamentals: Roast (2/21): It's time to master the integral technique of roasting! Join Chef Lars Liebisch, as he cranks up our ovens, and gets you hands-on learning everything there is to know on your road to baked brilliance.

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Boston, Legal Harborside’s Bethel Heights Vineyard Dinner (2/27): On February 27, Legal Harborside will host a four-plus-course Bethel Heights Vineyard dinner with winemaker Ben Casteel.

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Boston, Lincoln’s White House (2/21): "Lincoln’s White House" is the first book to capture the look, feel, and smell of the executive mansion from the time of Lincoln’s inauguration in 1861 to his assassination in 1865.

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Boston, MGH Blood Donor Center 7th Annual Cupcake Event (2/23): Every Thursday this February at the MGH Blood Donor Center all presenting donors will be treated to delicious cupcakes from some of the best bakeries around!

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Boston, Millinery at the School of Fashion Design (1/12 - 4/27): No experience necessary - you can learn the inspiration, design, construction and detailed finishing of hats, fascinators and headwear!

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Boston, MIT: History and Architecture (2/22): This talk arises out of a two part guide -- a history of MIT and a series of walking tours of its present campus on the Charles River Basin.

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Boston, Murder Most Medieval (2/25): The world famous Mystery Café cordially invites you to attend a Medieval banquet! Queen Maliciouscent has planned a celebratory feast to welcome home her favorite knight, Sir Lancelittle.

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Boston, New England Home Show (2/24 - 2/26): You'll be delighted at the wide range of home improvement ideas on display.

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Boston, New England Watercolor Societys Signature Members Show (1/31 - 2/26): Contemporary and Classic Water Media Paintings

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Boston, Partners In Health Volunteer Night (2/23): Volunteer nights are a valuable chance for supporters to contribute to the work of Partners In Health, and to discuss current issues in the field of global health & social justice.

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Boston, PJ Library Celebrates Purim (3/5): Join PJ Library® as we celebrate Purim at the Boston Children’s Museum (308 Congress Street) in Boston on Sunday, March 5 from 10am-1:30pm.

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Boston, Rebel Without a Bra (3/11): Rogue Burlesque presents: Rebel Without a Bra These Nasty Women are up to no good! The ladies of Rogue Burlesque are stripping up a storm at Rebel Without a Bra on Saturday, March 11 at Club Caf

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Boston, School of Fashion Design, Open House (3/11): Learn why your fashion education begins at the School of Fashion Design! Full-time, part-time and continuing ed classes available.

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Boston, Screening/Conversation: CNN Original Series Believer with Reza Aslan (2/21): Join us for a special screening of the "Aghori in India" episode of the new CNN Original Series, Believer with Reza Aslan, on Tuesday, February 21, 5PM at the School of Law Auditorium, 765 Commonwealt

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Boston, Shadows of their voices: Tchaikovsky Piano Trio (3/4): The critically-acclaimed Chameleon Arts Ensemble resumes its 2016-17 chamber music series with a poignant program of memories and elegies titled "shadows of their voices."

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Boston, South End: Row and ABS class (2/21): Ready to carve a killer core and some serious abdominal strength? Designed with your schedule in mind, this is for those who want a no nonsense class. Get two workouts in one.

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Boston, STRIP by Strega Presents a Four-Course Johnnie Walker™ Scotch Whiskey Dinner (2/22): On Wednesday, February 22nd, Executive Chef Farouk Bazoune of Boston’s STRIP by Strega will join forces with legendary Scotch whiskey maker Johnnie Walker™.

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Boston, The Naked Magicians (2/21): Direct from Australia, the show features magic, mirth and more than a touch of mayhem as these two hot and hilarious magicians say abracadabra and take magic to a whole new level.

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Boston, The New World of Coffee and Cacao, with Matthew Block (2/21): Ever wonder about the mysterious journey that coffee and cacao beans take from their origins to their transformation into delicious specialty products?

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Boston, North End Wine Tour (2/25): Aragosta Bar + Bistro offers a warm, social atmosphere in a stunning Waterfront setting, featuring an open kitchen with Chef’s Counter and an outdoor terrace with views of Boston Harbor and the U.S. C

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Boston, Melissa Aldana Trio - Celebrity Series Stave Sessions (3/22): Melissa Aldana Trio performs as part of the Third Annual Celebrity Series Stave Sessions on Wednesday, March 22nd. Rising tenor sax star Melissa Aldana, the first woman to win the Thelonious Monk Inte

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Boston, yMusic Performance- Celebrity Series Stave Sessions (3/21):

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Boxborough, Boxborough Paper Town - The Vintage Paper, Book & Advertising Collectibles Show (3/25): Flamingo Eventz is pleased to announce the return of the popular Boxborough Paper Town – The Vintage Paper, Books & Advertising Collectibles Show. This is the original Boxborough Paper Show where you’

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Brighton, Learn to Skate (2/21): Do you want to learn how to skate? Come down to the Warrior Ice Arena, the new practice facility of the Boston Bruins, to get lessons from our amazing coaches! Open to all ages.

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Brookline, Boys Dance Classes (2/1 - 5/31): Our Dance Program explores kinesthetic creativity by using movement, music, props, games and play to develop and link students’ learning into complex dance moves and phrases. Dance Instructor Tom Krus

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Brookline, Creative Movement/Dance (1/31 - 6/5): DANCE CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF JANUARY 31 - FEBRUARY 6, 2017 AND ARE 15 WEEKS PER TERM, 50 MINUTES LONG. CALL (617) 277-4593 TO REGISTER!

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Brookline, Vocal Discovery (2/4 - 6/3): Vocal Discovery is the perfect group singing class for young vocal students!

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Burlington, Oysters and the wines that love them at Cafe Escadrille (3/2): Oyster lovers and foodies alike will get the opportunity to try 3 different varieties of oyster, (3 of each type) each type is paired with a complementing wine.

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Cambridge, Bugs Bunny Film Festival (2/17 - 2/25): Three Fun Programs! A school vacation treat for kids and fun-loving adults alike

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Cambridge, DANTE DEBUTS APPY HOUR AT THE BAR & LOUNGE (2/22): Chef Dante de Magistris and his brothers Damian de Magistris and Filippo de Magistris are rolling out Appy Hour at the DANTE bar and lounge.

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Cambridge, Film Screening: 13th - Documentary by Ava DuVernay (3/3): America makes up 5% of the world’s population, yet locks up 25% of the world’s prisoners.

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Cambridge, Harvard Square Wine Tour (2/25): Inside the Sheraton Commander is Harvard Square’s best-kept secret, a stunningly modern fireplace-lit lounge.

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Cambridge, Harvest Winter Ice Party (2/26): Join us for our annual Harvest Winter Ice Party on February 26! $50 ticket is all inclusive of ice luge drinks, frosty Harpoons, and winter-inspired dishes and desserts.

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Cambridge, Mardi Gras Party: Revolutionary Snake Ensemble w/Charles Neville & Henri Smith @ Regattabar (2/28): Revolutionary Snake Ensemble celebrates their annual Mardi Gras Party with special guests Henri Smith & Charles Neville.

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Cambridge, MASS AWIS: Useful Tips for Reviewers: How to write an effective peer review (2/23): Have you ever been asked to review a manuscript and were unsure of whether to accept? Have you ever struggled with how to provide constructive, but honest, criticism?

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Cambridge, MIT Social Swing Dance and Lesson (2/22): Join the MIT Lindy Hop Society every Wednesday for a dance lesson and social swing dance!

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Cambridge, Opus Affair February (2/21): If you've never heard of our group before, here's the story: Opus Affair is a mix of artists and art appreciators who get together each month for cocktails and to chat about the arts scene in Boston.

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Cambridge, Prenatal Yoga (2/22): Experience a gentle and heartwarming Yoga Class to bond with your baby, to increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth.

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Cambridge, War and the Soundscapes of Memory (3/7): As the generation with a living memory of the Second World War recedes, Boston Globe music critic and cultural historian Jeremy Eichler asks us to open our ears.

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Cambridge, Women’s Spanish English Conversation Exchange (2/22): During the first hour, the English-speakers speak as best they can in Spanish and are gently corrected by the Spanish speakers, and the exact reverse happens from 12 to 1pm.

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Cambridge, Zuesday! Queer Dance Party with DJ Leah V (2/21 - 2/22): Leah McFly, aka LeahV, is an award-winning, Boston-based DJ/producer/event coordinator who has been working in nightlife for over ten years.

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Cambridge, Gentle Yoga for Beginners and others (2/21): Classes start with a relaxing restorative pose — a few minutes to lie down, get centered, change gears.

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Cambridge, Next of Kin: Seeing Extinction through the Artists Lens (2/22): How do we understand complex ecological issues such as climate change and species extinction?

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Centerville, Grand Sake Tasting (3/9): Discover the ancient and complex world of premiere Sakes. Japan has been making Sakes for 2300 years!

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Charlestown, Actors Shakespeare Project: Edward II (2/22): ASP is fortunate to bring the talents of director David R. Gammons to navigate the intricate theatrical landscape of this historically controversial and rarely seen play.

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Charlestown, Edward II by Christopher Marlowe (2/22 - 3/19): Actors’ Shakespeare Project kicks off 2017 with Marlowe’s complex Edward II, England’s notorious king who forsakes everything for his public and private passions--only to meet horrific ends at the han

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Charlton, Magic & Illusions (3/18): Magic & Illusions starring Magician Frank Damelio

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Clinton, Wine School with Tenuta Torciano (3/3): We are excited to announce this very unique and special American Wine Society event.

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Concord, Blithe Spirit (2/10 - 2/25): The play concerns the socialite and novelist Charles Condomine, who invites the eccentric medium and clairvoyant, Madame Arcati, to his house to conduct a séance.

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Dartmouth, 2nd Annual Scholastic Chess Tournament (4/8): "Open to All Area Students through Grade 12 - All Levels Are Welcome" "Chess Boards/ Pieces will be provided" "(Players who use a chess clock are encouraged to bring one - not required.) Trophies w

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Dedham, Paint Nite: Paint a Rustic Wooden Sign @ Kings Legacy Place (2/21): Paint Nite shakes up friends’ night out with the perfect pour of artistic and alcoholic spirits. No art experience needed—just visit PaintNite.com to choose your event!

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Dighton, 10th Annual SEMAP Ag & Food Conference (2/26): Whether you’re a professional farmer, a backyard gardener, or just curious about locally grown food, this is the event for you! Each year, the lineup includes workshops for the general public as well

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Dorchester, Boston Pride Paint Night (2/21): Come on and show your Dorchester pride! This month's Paint Night with Sip, Dip & Dabble will feature The Rainbow Swash, otherwise known as one of Boston's major landmarks!

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Dorchester, Yoga @ Home.Stead (by donation) (2/21): Donation based yoga at home.stead every Tuesday. Pay what you want. Very relaxing, whole body stretching; good for the soul. All levels welcome.

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Easton, Let the Games Begin at The Childrens Museum in Easton! (2/21): Solve the NEW Whodunnit Series Mystery at The Children’s Museum in Easton from 10am to 3pm during February Vacation Week from February 20th-24th.

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Everett, Short Path Distillery Tours & Tastings (2/23): Our 4,000 square foot space was converted from an old rubber factory and serves a production area, tasting room, function hall for private events and bar for hand-crafted cocktails made with our signa

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Fall River, 2017 Bristol County Home and Garden Show (3/11): The 7th Annual Bristol Country Home and Garden Show will be held on March 11, 2017.

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Framingham, Calling All Singers for Elijah! (2/14 - 5/13): Heritage Chorale holds an open rehearsal in Framingham for classical and church singers in all voice parts to join for a May concert of Elijah

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Franklin, French Wine Scholar Certification South of Boston (2/28): Nine-week course, Tuesday's Feb. 28-May 2. World-class wine education without having to go into Boston! Set yourself apart from your peers by specializing in the wines of France.

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Franklin, First Time Homebuyers Bootcamp in Franklin, MA (3/15): On Wednesday, March 15, 2017, Michael Shain, Senior Loan Originator with Village Mortgage in Milford, Massachusetts, will be offering a “Home Buying Boot Camp” in conjunction with the Tri-County Adult

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Gloucester, CAM Kids: Mini Musicians (2/23): The midday mini-concert & instrument demonstration portion of the program will be performed on the Adams harpsichord and chamber organ.

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Gloucester, Opening Reception - Charles Movalli (3/4): Please join us at the opening reception for Charles Movalli: Cape Ann & Beyond.

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Hopkinton, The Prince is Having a Ball !!! (2/19): This Princess Ball is for little ones 2-8 and their escorts. Dress up and enjoy a royal party complete with glass slippers, pictures in the royal carriage, dancing with our very own beautiful Princess

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Jamaica Plain, Fernandito Ferrer: Noche de Nueva Cancion (2/22): Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Fernandito Ferrer is a young pioneer among a new breed of singer-songwriters in Puerto Rico.

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Jamaica Plain, MetaMovements Weekly Dance Classes (2/21): On1 Salsa Beginner & Intermediate levels- Learn Salsa On 1 with the creators of Salsa In The Park!

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Jamaica Plain, TIMBAerobics with MetaMovements! (2/21): A Cuba meets Puerto Rico infused body movement class that will improve your lung capacity, increase your movement vocabulary and make you sweat!

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Lenox, Eastover Medical Qigong and Eastern Medicine Symposium 2017 (6/23 - 6/30): 14 Grand Masters and healers with their wisdom, knowledge of western medicine and psychiatry integrated w Eastern medicine, Qi transmission, a event to get your Qi energy activated, from here each of

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Lenox, 2017 Mantak Chias Universal Healing Tao Instructor Certification (6/9 - 6/25): Universal Healing Tao Instructor Certification - 4 Retreats! Mantak Chia, renowned Qigong/Taichi Master, goes from the basic teachings through Fussion I & II and is joined by Karin Sovik for Chi Nei T

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Lenox, March31-7, Healing of the Heart Sheng Zhen Qigong w Junfeng Li (3/31 - 4/7): Sheng Zhen Gong is a method of self-healing, often referred to as "the qigong of Unconditional Love." It involves a series of moving and non-moving forms, all designed to remove negative energy or "qi

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Lenox, Lorelei Chang: “One breath, One brushstroke, One movement” (4/21 - 4/23): Lorelei Chang presents this workshop offering a unique way of connecting mind, body & spirit – through breath, brushstroke & movement. Breath work is incorporated into a slow Qigong form, using the bo

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Lenox, Roger Jahnke: Medical QiGong-A Comprehensive & Accessible 3-Level Workshop & Training (4/21 - 4/27): This workshop is suitable for those who seek healing, those who want to maximize their wellbeing, widen and deepen their existing practice, and those in the health care/medical professions. With 40 y

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Lenox, Chinese Astrology: Four Pillars - Eight Characters: Five Element Assessment Weekend (4/29 - 4/30): A Chinese Astrology, personal Fung Shui workshop. The Ba Zi is one of the oldest systems of astrology-an integral part of Chinese Medicine for millennia. Learn how it provides insights into physical s

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Lenox, Sound Healing Retreat with Priscilla Gale (6/17 - 6/18): Learn the science behind both Crystal & Himalayan Singing Bowls–why they are healing tools and how to play, as well as use them to heal yourself/others. Come experience the frequency of perfection sa

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Lenox, Nurturing Your Heart’s Vision, The Community as Healer & The Power of Voice with Linda Marks (7/28 - 7/30): Short version - Vision lives in the heart and grows when we create a safe/silent space to listen and follow its guidance. This workshop will be an experiential journey, exploring your heart's vision a

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Leominster, The Bruce Marshall Group Swing Dance Party & Group Lesson (2/19): All Dance2Swing Events are Beginner & Social Friendly

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Lexington, POPS! Color My World (3/4): Relax and be entertained as The Master Singers of Lexington sing pop and broadway songs about the colors of the rainbow.

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Lexington, The Chieftains (3/1): Spectacle Management is proud to present The Chieftains at the Chevalier Theatre in Medford on Wednesday, March 1 at 7:30pm.

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Littleton, Nashoba Valley Tubing (2/25 - 2/26): Great fun during school vacation week!

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Lowell, Acre Neighborhood Walking Tour (3/11): Step back in time to the Irish "Acre" of the 1800s with local historian David McKean.

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Lowell, Daniel Tigers Neighborhood LIVE! (3/11): The legacy of the beloved “Mister Rogers” lives on with the hit television series, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, from The Fred Rogers Company and airing daily on PBS KIDS.

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Lowell, Martina McBride Love Unleashed Tour (3/10): Martina McBride comes to the Lowell Memorial Auditorium on March 10th with the her Love Unleashed Tour with special guest Lauren Alaina!

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Lowell, Parker Lecture - Meet Lucy Stone (3/7): The Moses Greeley Parker Lecture Series presents Judith Black in Meet Lucy Stone.

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Lowell, Wood & Woven: Inspired Interiors Artist Reception (3/4): It's all about time this March when Loading Dock Gallery presents Wood & Woven: Inspired Interiors.

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Marlborough, Ten Buck Bike Show, Marlborough (2/25 - 2/26): KevMarv Productions proudly announces the kick off of our new rebranded motorcycle shows “The Ten Buck Bike Show.” Ten-dollar admission; "A simple SAWBUCK” with free parking (no gimmicks, no drama, n

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Marlborough, TotalCon 31 (2/23 - 2/26): LET THE GAMES BEGIN! TotalCon 31 Pre Registration is now open until February 17th

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Marshfield, Backyard Farm and Garden lectures in Marshfield (3/4): Free "Backyard Farm and Garden" lectures in Marshfield on March 4th. Pre-register to secure your seat. www.townofmarshfield.org/lecture2017.htm

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Marshfield, Growing and Grafting Grapes (3/4): Learn to grow, prune, and graft multiple varieties of grapes in this 2 hour workshop

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Mattapoisett, 2017 Old Rochester Winter Farmers Market (1/28 - 5/13): Featuring local produce, cheeses, meats, coffee, honey, yogurt, breads, wool, baked goods, soaps, artisan crafts and much more.

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Natick, Animal Tracking at Broadmoor (3/5): Learn to identify the tracks, chews, scat, burrows and other clues left by many creatures including deer, fisher and coyote. Enjoy a guided walk as we search for signs of our local winter wildlife.

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Natick, Animal Tracking at Broadmoor (2/26): Learn to identify the tracks, chews, scat, burrows and other clues left by many creatures including deer, fisher and coyote. Enjoy a guided walk as we search for signs of our local winter wildlife.

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Natick, Full Moon Owl Prowl for adults (3/10): Sound is one of the best ways to locate and identify owls. Learn about their calls, behavior and habitat. Join the adventure as we explore Broadmoor under moonlit skies listening for our resident grea

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Natick, Full Moon Owl Prowl for Families (3/11): Come with the whole family to learn about owl calls, behavior and habitat. We will explore Broadmoor under moonlit skies listening for our resident screech, barred and great horned owls.

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Natick, Fun in Nature: February Vacation Week at Broadmoor: Grades K-5 (2/21 - 2/24): Join us for winter fun and exploration! We'll search for the tracks and signs of Broadmoor's many winter creatures, learn how animals survive the winter, play games in the snow, drink hot chocolate, a

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Natick, Fun with Animal Footprints and Signs (2/26): Have you wondered what animal made those tracks? Learn what tracks can tell us about which animals are active during the winter, where they go and how they survive.

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Natick, Owl Prowl Adventures for Adults (3/3): Do all owls really hoot? Why can't we hear them fly? Join us as we learn about our local owls and walk through fields and forests under moon and starlight listening for our resident screech, barred an

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Natick, PJ Library Silly Shabbat-Purim Shabbat Celebration (3/10): Join PJ Library for a special Purim puppet show with Silly Sally’s Entertainment at Whitney Place (3 Vision Drive) in Natick on Friday, March 10 from 5:30-7:30pm.

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Natick, Watercolors in Nature (1/10 - 5/23): Let nature inspire you! Bring your own painting wish list! We will explore the wonders of nature through watercolors and multi-media. Learn new techniques in color, texture and more.

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Natick, Guided Snowshoe Adventure at Broadmoor (3/5): Come with us on a guided snowshoeing tour. Explore animal tracks and paths and have a fun adventure on a winters day. A great way to see the nature of Broadmoor!

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Needham, Carter Carnival and Silent Auction (3/11): Carter Nursery School, located in the Carter Memorial Church at 800 Highland Avenue in Needham, will host the Carter Carnival and Silent Auction on Saturday, March 11th from 11 am to 1 pm. The event p

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Needham, Needhams Art in Bloom (3/4 - 3/5): 70+ mixed medium pieces of artwork by talented Needham High School students and creative, colorful, floral interpretations of each art item by members of Beth Shalom Garden Club and participants from

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New Bedford, Beppe Gambetta in Concert (3/10): Beppe Gambetta is known as one of the true live master innovators of the acoustic guitar.

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New Bedford, Dyeing To Wear It at Travessia Urban Winery (3/11): Travessian Urban Winery present: The Perfect Pair of Wine and Design "Dyeing to Wear it". Create your own wearable art, your color, your choice, including the wine.

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Newton, Adaptive Music Program at the JCC (1/18 - 3/22): Children with developmental and intellectual disabilities ages 6-17 years can participate in an educational music and performance-based program at the Leventhal-Sidman JCC in Newton.

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Newton, JCC Kaleidoscope Creative Arts & Science Camp Open House/Tours (3/5): Open house for JCC Kaleidoscope Creative Arts & Science Camp will be held on Sunday, March 5 at the Leventhal-Sidman JCC (333 Nahanton Street) in Newton from 2-4pm.

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Newton, The Amazing Max Magic Show (2/20): Enjoy striking visual magic, comedy and loads of audience participation at the Amazing Max Magic Show. Held at the Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center (333 Nahanton Street) in Newton on Monday, F

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North Adams, 2017 North Adams Winter Farmers Market (2/4 - 5/6): The market will be offering a variety of fruits, vegetables and more for those looking for delicious and healthy eating alternatives.

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North Eastham, Registration for A BRUSH WITH PORTUGAL: May 6 - 13, 2017 (1/2 - 4/1): Join artist Eli Cedrone in Cascais, Portugal from May 6 - 13, 2017, for landscape and figure painting workshop. Painters of all levels are welcome.

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North Eastham, Registration for PARIS & THE LOIRE VALLEY. May 27 - June 6, 2017 (1/12 - 4/15): The City of Light will offer us spectacular music, museums and cuisine. Sully-sur-Loire will offer a more relaxed visits to their castles, vineyards, and chamber music festival.

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North Easton, Women Wine & Wall Street: Success Using the New England Patriot’s Playbook (2/23): Get ready. A New England Patriot football player is coming to town. RSVP early and sit back as you get an exclusive interview hearing a motivating path to a successful career as a professional NFL ath

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Northampton, Five College Choral Festival (2/25): Biennial event with performances by choirs from Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, and Smith Colleges, and the University of Massachusetts.

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Northampton, Five College Jazz Festival (3/4): Instrumental and vocal jazz ensembles ranging from combos to full big bands from all five campuses.

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Norwood, 2017 Norwood Winter Farmers’ Market (1/28 - 4/1): There will be a variety of unique crafters, farmers and food vendors.

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Orleans, 2017 Orleans Winter Farmers Market (1/28 - 4/29): Orleans Farmers Market will be held in the cafeteria at the Nauset Regional Middle School, Orleans, MA.

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Pepperell, Friends of the Lawrence Library Wine Tasting (3/4): Sample a variety of regional wines while enjoying light refreshments and listening to live music.

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Pepperell, Misty March Madness Celebration (3/4): A special Fund-Raising event for the Small Town Big Bang filled with an afternoon of Psychic Readings, Holistic Services, Raffles, Relaxation, a Crafter's Marketplace and more!!

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Pittsfield, 2017 Pittsfield Winter Farmers Market (2/11 - 4/8): Get your fill of pasture-raised meats, eggs, cheese, fruits, vegetables, breads, baked goods, coffee, wine, art, and more.

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Rockport, Argus Quartet (3/1): Argus Quartet is dedicated to reinvigorating the audience-performer relationship through innovative concerts and diverse repertoire.

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Rockport, Rockapella (3/2): For thirty years, Rockapella has been thrilling audiences with their dynamic vocal prowess, seamlessly shifting from pop to jazz to rock and soul with ease.

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Rockport, RUNA with The Bombadils (3/3): Quickly gaining recognition as one of Irish music's new "super-groups", RUNA has been enchanting audiences since their formation in 2008 by pushing the boundaries of Irish folk music.

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Rutland, Pancakes at the Farm (3/4 - 3/5): Join us for Heifer Farm's annual pancake breakfast. The meal includes pancakes covered in Heifer Farm maple syrup with a side of farm-raised pork sausage, coffee and juice.

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Salem, Robert Honeysucker in Recital (3/22): Robert Honeysucker Recital Wednesday, March 22, 7:30 pm Salem State University Recital Hall 71 Loring Ave. Baritone Robert Honeysucker has thrilled audiences in recital, oratorio, and opera

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Salisbury, 90s Tribute Night at Uncle Eddies (3/10): Stone Temple Posers (STP tribute) and Selling the Drama (Live tribute) at Uncle Eddies

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Sharon, 6th Annual Mick Morgans St. Patricks 5K to benefit HESSCO (3/18): This is HESSCO's 6th Annual St. Patrick's 5K held at Mick Morgan's Irish Pub on the Sharon/Walpole line. A beautiful race route, fun venue, awesome long sleeve tech T-shirts and a spirited St. Patrick

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Somerville, Beginner Argentine Tango Lesson for Adults (2/21): You found the Tango. Or – what is more likely – Tango found you. That is exactly how it happens: when there is this special moment in your life, when you really ready, Tango will find you.

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Somerville, Charlie Kohlhase Quintet Reunion Concert, with drummer Matt Wilson joining original bandmates. (3/3): The Charlie Kolhase Quintet Reunion Concert with original band members Charlie Kohlhase (alto, tenor & baritone saxophones), John Carlson (trumpet & flugelhorn), John Turner (bass), Matt Langley (te

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Somerville, EBASS Open Mic @ Thunder Road (2/21): Join Emerging Boston Area Singer-Songwriters (EBASS) for our new Open Mic Series, hosted by Boston songwriter extraordinaire George Woods!

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Somerville, Expressive Explorers (2/23): Expressive Explorers is a ten-week series of workshops on Thursdays. The winter semester will start on January 12, from 9:30 am to 11:30 am, in the Mezzanine (unless specified otherwise).

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Somerville, Hearth Book Club: I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (2/22): Join Miranda's Hearth for a book club discussion that actually talks about books every fourth Wednesday from 7:00-8:30 at Arts at the Armory.

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Somerville, Orleans Trivia Night! (2/22): Wednesday night trivia at Orleans Restaurant - the fun starts at 8pm every Wednesday, it's free to play, teams of up to 8 to win, prizes for 1st and 2nd place!!

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Somerville, Spent Grain Bread Making Class (2/21): Brewer’s spent grain (BSG) is high in fiber and protein. Join us for this fun and instructional class to make your own spent grain bread.

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Somerville, Funk & Flights: Beer Releases & Live Shows at AERONAUT (2/23 - 2/24): Every Thursday we clear the kegs out from the space by the brewtanks to make room for live music paired up with taproom-only releases of prototype beer brews.

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South Hamilton, Best Self Bookclub: Linchpin by godin (2/21): Be Your Best Self Bookclub, led by Jason, reads Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? by Seth Godin.

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Sturbridge, Hearthside Bounty (2/25): Experience an evening in a 19th-century tavern, complete with a meal cooked over the hearth by OSV staff, old-fashioned entertainment and a look into table manners of the 1800s.

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Sturbridge, Hearthside Bounty (2/25): Experience an evening in a 19th-century tavern, complete with a meal cooked over the hearth by OSV staff, old-fashioned entertainment and a look into table manners of the 1800s. In addition to a suppe

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Sturbridge, Midwinter Mischief (2/4 - 2/19): This February, Old Sturbridge Village is introducing an interactive and intimate way of experiencing the Village. Midwinter Mischief combines theatrical storytelling, historical interpretation and per

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Sturbridge, New England Re-enactor Fair (2/18 - 2/19): New England Re-enactor Fair with a variety of vendors, workshops, and lecture series, From Fashion to Fighting. For Immediate Release: New England Re-enactor Fair https://www.facebook.com/events/1742

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Waltham, Waltham Philharmonic Orchestra- Tales and Legends (3/12): A world of musical enchantment with beautiful works inspired by tales and legends. Experience the wonder and magic of this transporting music; an adventure for your imagination! Special guest soloist:

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Wellesley, Cinéphile Sundays: Die Abenteuer des Prinzen Achmed (The Adventures of Prince Achmed) (2/26): As the oldest surviving animated feature, Lotte Reininger's film goes a long way to proving the relevance of women filmmakers in the history of animation.

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Wellesley, LINX April Vacation Camps for Kids (1/25 - 4/21): Kids have fun during April Vacation at LINX 4/17 – 4/21. Activities for kids age 3 years – 12th grade, including Ninja Warrior, Theater and Dance workshops, and more.

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Wellesley, Mass Horts School Garden Conference (2/23): A variety of workshops will support interested parents and volunteers, teachers and administrators—those who have established gardens and those just breaking ground.

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Wellesley, The Magic Of David Oliver (2/25): An outstanding and upbeat show filled with magic, comedy and audience participation suitable for the entire family.

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West Springfield, Spring Sampler Craft Fair (3/4 - 3/5): Join us to see the variety of exhibitors demonstrating their craftsmanship at their booths throughout the show.

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Westminster, Spring into Action 5K: In Memory of Vanessa Marcotte (3/11): Scenic 5K fundraiser through Westminster, MA with a few hills. All proceeds from registration and raffle will be donated to Tutoring Plus of Cambridge, Inc., in memory of Vanessa Marcotte.

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Williamstown, Film: From Up on Poppy Hill (2/22): Goro Miyazaki's post-war film explores a friendship between high-school students Umi and Shun--but a buried secret from their past threatens to pull them apart. (PG, 2011; 1 hr 30 mins)

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Winchester, Two Chilean Reds from Chono (2/22): Chono is at the cutting edge of Chilean winemaking, while still maintaining a low price.

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Winchester, Wine Half Bottles (375mL) (3/1): Why half-bottles? Many reasons, like it’s just you and you don’t want to drink a whole bottle.

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Worcester, Brain Candy Live! Starring Adam Savage and Michael Stevens (2/25): Adam Savage, one of television's most loved personalities, has joined forces with Michael Stevens, one of YouTube's biggest stars and they're coming to our stage.

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Worcester, Chris Brubecks Triple Play (2/25): With all three contributing vocals, Triple Play delivers an epic sojourn through American music unlike any other band on the scene.

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Worcester, Dick Dohertys Beantown Comedy Escape Worcester : Stand Up Comedy Every Fri & Sat- Top Comedians from NY, LA & New England National Headliners with Local comedians are joined by Boston's next superstars

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Worcester, The Four Seasons - Venice Baroque Orchestra (3/4): Music Worcester presents the Venice Baroque Orchestra, which is recognized as one of the premier ensembles devoted to period instrument performance.

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Worcester, Worcester RV Boat and Camping Show (2/24 - 2/26): You'll get your best deal at the Worcester RV & Camping Show

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Worcester, Geoffrey Zakarian (2/27): Worcester native and Food Network personality Geoffrey Zakarian joins us for an evening of culinary conversation, sponsored by Discover Central Massachusetts, the region's travel and tourism agency.

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Worcester, Olympic Fencing Classes (2/28 - 4/15): Learn the exciting Olympic sport of fencing at Worcester's premier fencing club.

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