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Springfield, Disney On Ice Passport To Adventure (3/23 - 3/26): Join Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald, Goofy and Daisy on a journey to the timeless worlds of Disney’s The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, Peter Pan, and Disney’s Frozen.

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Boston, Boston Flower and Garden Show (3/22 - 3/26): featuring hours of lectures and demonstrations by top garden writers, industry experts and creative local chefs, shopping from a wide marketplace ...

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Somerville, Irish Film Festival Boston (3/23 - 3/26): This year, more than 3,000 people are expected to attend the festival over the course of the four days.

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Revere, Revere Spring Carnival (3/22 - 4/16): Fiesta Shows launches 2017 season at the Revere Spring Carnival. There will be rides, games, food and fun for the whole family!

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Marlborough, 20th Annual Paradise City Arts Festival (3/24 - 3/26): “An Art Lover’s Heaven!” writes the Boston Globe: this show and sale offers a wide range of fine furniture, lighting, glass, landscape-scale and pedestal-size sculpture, art quilts, ceramic dinnerware

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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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Swansea, Celtic Song - A Celebration! (3/25): Your own local Celtic Women offer a one-time concert to benefit the New Bedford Women's Center, Saturday, March 25th at the Swansea Grange. Come wrap yourself in the wonderful music of hope, light, a

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Sturbridge, Conversation with Spirit - Psychic Medium Diane Lewis (3/26): Join Psychic Medium Diane Lewis for your conversation with spirit.

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Leicester, Global Health and Nursings Social Responsibility (3/20 - 3/29): A lecture on global health and nursing's social responsibility, sponsored by The Yunus Social Business Centre @ Becker College & Becker College School of Nursing and Behavioral Sciences.

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Natick, Jean and Henry Stone Memorial Lecture: Human Health & the Environment (3/26): We’ll have the chance to hear from Nobel Laureate Dr Chivian just how critically important conservation work now is, not just for the earth’s ecosystems – for its people too.

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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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Natick, Prometheus Dance presents Dig Mine Excavate (3/24 - 3/25): Prometheus Dance, directed by Diane Arvanites and Tommy Neblett, presents "Dig Mine Excavate," an evening of award-winning choreography.

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Marshfield, Pruning Blueberries (3/25): 2 hour hands-on pruning workshop will leave you confident to prune your own blueberries.

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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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Boston, SINNERS by Joshua Sobol directed by Brian Cox (3/23 - 4/2): Layla, a married English professor, has an affair with one of her married students, Nur. Out of fear that the oppressing authorities would find out and kill them both, Nur decides to confess, claiming

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Sharon, Soundtracks with Sharon Concert Band (3/26): Sharon Concert Band sets the mood for a myriad of emotions with expressive symphonic music from the movies and television on Sunday, March 26 at 3pm.

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North Easton, SSSlither into Passover - Animal Mitzzzvah Day (3/26): Join PJ Library and the Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston for a Passover celebration at Easton Middle School (98 Columbus Avenue) in North Easton on Sunday, March 26.

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Leicester, Students and Refugee Artists Together: A Celebration of Indigenous Craft and Social Business (3/26): Exhibit of work created by R.A.W. (Refugee Artisans of Worcester) and a program of projects developed by students in Becker College’s “Social Business” course. The event will also feature a silent au

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Winchester, Summer Music Programs Enrolling Now (2/23 - 6/19): Join us at Winchester Community Music School this summer for programs in piano, chamber music, woodwind & brass, percussion, rock & blues, voice, early childhood, and more.

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Boston, Sunday Morning Indoor Rowing Classes in South End (3/26): Swet Studio will be Hosting a series of Indoor Rowing Group Fitness Classes in Boston's South End on Sunday Morning

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Leominster, The Love Dogs Band Dance Party & Group SwingDance Lesson (3/26): All Dance2Swing Events are Beginner & Social Friendly

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Salisbury, Treasures of the Deep Auction Voyage - Opportunity Works, Inc. 33rd Annual Lend-A-Hand Auction (3/25): Treasures of the Deep Auction Voyage- 33rd Annual Opportunity Works Lend-A-Hand Auction - Saturday March 25, 6 - 10 PM -Blue Ocean Music Hall, Salisbury, MA - Tickets $50 - 978-462-6144 X 234 - Live &

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Concord, Boy Choristers (St Thomas Church NYC) in concert March 29 in Concord (3/29): Boy Choristers of St Thomas Church NYC present a FREE concert of sacred music at Trinity Episcopal Church, 81 Elm Street in Concord, March 29, 7 PM.

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Cambridge, Christal Browns The Opulence of Integrity (3/31 - 4/2): Inspired by the life and legend of Muhammad Ali, the performance incorporates elements of boxing, hip-hop, martial arts, and modern dance to an original sound score by Farai Malianga, and include arti

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Boston, Coyote on a Fence presented by Hub Theatre Company of Boston (3/31 - 4/15): Can you be innocent though proven guilty?

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Boston, Fashion Academy for Teens this Summer! (6/26 - 8/3): Fashion Academy – a summer program for teens, at the School of Fashion Design! Design, sketching, patterns, sewing, and more, taught by SFD expert faculty in our Newbury Street studio classrooms!

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Dedham, Greater Boston Antique & Collectible Toy Show & Sale (4/2): Next up is our Spring show on Sunday, April 2, 2017. The show is sure to to be a hit as always, featuring both ballrooms of the Dedham Holiday Inn, our home for over 30 years.

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Wayland, Heritage Chorale Pops Concert 2017 (4/2): Heritage Chorale's Pops Concert on Sunday, April 2nd, at Temple Shir Tikva in Wayland

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Clinton, HOME BUYER SEMINAR (4/4): Home Buyer Seminar . Learn about the home buying process with industry professional. Get your questions answered and learn how to get started. Topics included, Financing, Home inspections, contracts,

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Northborough, Learn How to De-Clutter Your Home with Maryann Murphy, CPO® (3/29): Learn how to finally conquer your chaos! Attend this free workshop on purging, cleaning and organizing your home or office (or someone else’s).

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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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Newton, Pinkalicious the Musical (4/2): New York's multi-award-winning Vital Theatre Company presents Pinkalicious, the Musical! based on the popular children's book by Elizabeth Kann and Victoria Kann. Held at the Leventhal-Sidman Center

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Belmont, The 39 Steps (4/1 - 4/8): Belmont Dramatic Club presents “The 39 Steps,” a comedic murder mystery in two acts Adapted by Simon Corbie and Nobby Dimon from John Buchan’s 1915 novel of the same title and Alfred Hitchcock’s movi


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Lenox, Healing of the Heart-Sheng Zhen (Sacred Truth) Qigong Training with Junfeng Li (3/31 - 4/7)

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Allston, A Day Without Love (4/9): A Day Without Love has existed in many forms. Started as a solo act by frontman Brian Walker during his college years, the music took on the shape of a full-band when Walker collaborated with Philadel

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Allston, A Wish For Fire (3/25): A Wish For Fire Standing in front of a sold out show at the Middle East in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the hard-to-categorize rock outfit A Wish For Fire celebrates the release of their latest effort,

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Allston, Alex Lahey (3/26): Alex Lahey hocked her beloved 1999 blue Corolla to pay for the recording of her debut EP. First single out of the boot was last year’s Air Mail, introducing the airwaves to the Melbourne-based singer-

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Allston, Andy Allo (4/7): Cameroon-born singer and songwriter Andy Allo is an artist who is truly paving her own path with a sound and vibe that is uniquely hers.

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Allston, Awaaz Do (3/24): Riding a wave of critical and public acclaim for the release of her 2013 postcolonial pop album Lingua Franca (as Saraswathi Jones), Tanya Palit decided to turn Bollywood up to 11. Palit assembled Awa

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Allston, Barishi (4/1): n a scene that has become largely repetitive, nostalgia driven, and prone to navel gazing, few bands stand out as breaking new ground. With their sophomore full-length 'Blood from the Lion's Mouth', B

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Allston, Cardinal (4/9): Calgary born and formed in late 2013, Cardinal, with the release of their single Psychosis, aims to create a theatrical aspect yet keep some of the familiarity in today's rock scene.

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Allston, Dany Laj and the Looks (4/14): Dany Laj flies the flag for Power Pop in Canada. Bursting out of woods with the hooks and harmonies of Power Pop's mid 1970's heyday. This ain't no skinny jeans new wave revival band. This is pure pop

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Allston, Doug Wartman (4/14): Doug Wartman is a composer of guitar-based experimental instrumentals. Doug has been tempering his technique in Boston, MA for the past nine years, but now is based out of Philadelphia, PA. Delivering

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Allston, Francesca Shanks (4/9): Equal band partners. Weird as hell and not going to take it anymore. Favorite constellations: Francesca: Orion's Belt; Joe: Big Dipper. Signed to Sounds and Tones Records.

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Allston, FuzzQueen (3/24): The trio’s new artistic venture, FuzzQueen is poised to introduce a completely unique sound that draws on 70’s rock, acid folk, 90’s indie, psychedelia, social activism, and post apocalyptic literatur

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Allston, Ghosts of Sailors at Sea (3/31): Ghosts of Sailors at Sea is an instrumental band made up of four friends from Boston, MA. Andrew plays guitar, Daniel plays drums, Mark plays bass, and Patrick plays guitar. Since starting in 2012, th

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Allston, Jay Som (3/28): On her first proper album as Jay Som, Melina Duterte, 22, solidifies her rep as a self-made force of sonic splendor and emotional might. If last year's aptly named Turn Into compilation showcased a fu

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Allston, Kate Tempest (4/10): Kate Tempest grew up in South-East London, where she still lives. She started out as a rapper, toured the spoken word circuit for a number of years, and now works as a poet and playwright too. Her wor

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Allston, Kolars (4/6): Rob Kolar sings and strums his rollicking guitar, Lauren Brown uses her whole body as a percussive instrument.

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Allston, Letters to Nepal (4/2): Letters to Nepal are a Brooklyn-based indie-electronic duo. Their debut album RAW was released in 2012, followed by LUX in October 2016.

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Allston, Liset Alea (3/24): Cuban born, American assembled, and European adopted, singer and songwriter Liset Alea is at home anywhere. After fleeing Cuba with her family she has lived in Costa Rica, Miami, New York, Amsterdam,

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Allston, Mickey Rickshaw (3/29): Spawning from the musically vibrant city of Boston, Mickey Rickshaw is a high energy Celtic Punk band that plays fast and loud. Heavily influenced by the New England Punk and Hardcore and Ska scenes,

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Allston, Minibeast (4/2): Minibeast is the musical creation of Peter Prescott (Mission Of Burma, Volcano Suns, Kustomized, Peer Group). Minibeast combines surf, psych, punk, easy listening, 60’s children’s music, and soundtrac

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Allston, Morgan James (4/7): One voice is all it takes. The right vocalist can make you fall in love at first listen, elicit tears, or bring you back to a different era altogether. A microphone and a stage remain the only necessi

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Allston, Pray For Sound (4/9): Pray for Sound started as a solo studio project by Bruce Malley in late 2011. Earlier in Bruce's life, doctors discovered a large destructive cyst called a cholesteatoma growing inside his left ear. A

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Allston, Replacire (4/1): With numerous tours and gigs behind them Replacire has released their debut album "The Human Burden." A 41 minute delve into the psyche and assault on the senses. With grinding riffs, interweaving mel

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Allston, The Foxfires (3/27): The Foxfires formed in August of 2013 as a side project for guitarist Christian Cordero of the Nightingale Effect and former solo artist, Christian Diana. After a few brief trials, Jason Delima and Ad

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Allston, The Rumjacks (4/13): “Its like growing up with a tear in your eye and a storm brewing in your heart..” muses frontman Frankie McLaughlin on the musical heritage of the group. “We were raised on the Scottish & Irish music

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Allston, Thrust Club (3/24): Formed in 2012, Thrust Club is a garage dance party where everyone is invited — a kick-drum that lifts you out of your seat, crunchy guitar chords under a layer of keys that are sometimes smooth, some

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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, Casting Crowns - The Very Next Thing Tour (4/1): Multi-platinum selling and GRAMMY® winning group Casting Crowns will hit the road again this spring for the second leg of "The Very Next Thing" Tour.

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Andover, Easter Egg Hunt (4/8): Hop on over to Andover High School and enjoy a morning full of music, games, art & crafts, and face painting.

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Attleboro, Emerald Square Hosts Caring Bunny (4/2): Caring Bunny™ at Emerald Square offers families that have children with special needs a subdued environment to participate in the Bunny Photo Experience. Caring Bunny, the largest program of its kind,

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Belmont, The 39 Steps (4/1 - 4/8): Belmont Dramatic Club presents “The 39 Steps,” a comedic murder mystery in two acts Adapted by Simon Corbie and Nobby Dimon from John Buchan’s 1915 novel of the same title and Alfred Hitchcock’s movi

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Boston, ATASK Community 5K Race (4/8): ATASK Community 5K Race: Runners, Families, and Nonprofits Are Welcome! Run or walk through the beautiful Chestnut Hill Reservoir with friends and family, fundraise for a non-profit of your choice

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Boston, Bebe Rexha (3/27): Singer/songwriter Bebe Rexha has accumulated over 10 million overall single sales, 1 billion Spotify streams, 1.3 billion combined YouTube/VEVO views and a radio audience of over 8 billion. Recently,

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Boston, Becca Stevens (4/9): "I wanted to use the word ‘animal’ in the album title, because writing and recording this set of songs was like taming something that had a life of its own," Becca Stevens says of her revelatory new a

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Boston, Boston Flower and Garden Show (3/22 - 3/26): featuring hours of lectures and demonstrations by top garden writers, industry experts and creative local chefs, shopping from a wide marketplace ...

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Boston, Charming Disaster (3/25): Charming Disaster began in 2012 when Ellia Bisker of Sweet Soubrette and Jeff Morris of Kotorino decided to try co-writing a song together. What was originally intended as a one-time experiment in col

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Boston, Chris Brown (4/2): Grammy Award winning and multi-platinum-selling singer/songwriter CHRIS BROWN recently made his sixth #1 album entry on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop chart with his latest release X (RCA Records), accordi

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Boston, Coyote on a Fence presented by Hub Theatre Company of Boston (3/31 - 4/15): Can you be innocent though proven guilty?

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Boston, Dopapod (4/7): The Boston born, now generally Northeast based, but ever on-the-go Dopapod has come a long way from their college basement, DIY party roots. While maintaining to be as grassroots as their humble begin

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Boston, Elan Trotman (4/7): Jazz Saxophonist and Berklee College of Music graduate born and raised on the island of Barbados. Elan has 7 Billboard Topping radio singles, and has recorded and performed with artists including Mich

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Boston, Esperanza Spalding (4/14): “Ms. Spalding is still enamored of Wayne Shorter’s harmonic depth and Stevie Wonder’s melodic lift, but her frame of reference has broadened in salutary ways: ‘Funk Your Fear’ ha(s) the serpentine gna

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Boston, Fabolous (4/2): It takes talent to make the struggle to succeed seem effortless, but that is the gift that separates artists like Brooklyn's John Jackson, aka Fabolous, from the everyday MC. While most rappers spend

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Boston, Fashion Academy for Teens this Summer! (6/26 - 8/3): Fashion Academy – a summer program for teens, at the School of Fashion Design! Design, sketching, patterns, sewing, and more, taught by SFD expert faculty in our Newbury Street studio classrooms!

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Boston, Free Film Fridays (3/24 - 3/31): Thanks again to generous support from MathWorks, all shows in the Mugar Omni Theater each Friday in March (3, 10, 17, 24, and 31) are free!

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Boston, Gucci Mane (4/5): Before achieving widespread success, most rappers are forced to endure a series of hardships. But few have gone through the same kind of trials and tribulations that Gucci Mane has. Despite the pitfal

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Boston, Market District Tour (3/24): Love European markets? Seattle's Pike's Place Market? Philly's Reading Terminal? San Francisco's Ferry Building? Then this tour is for you!

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Boston, Paco Osuna (3/31): With a career spanning more than 20 years, Paco Osuna is one of the most renowned artists in the industry. His creativity, courage and relentless search for new forms of expression are some of his pri

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Boston, Pat Braxton (3/24): I have always loved music . I love the support I have gotten from my friends ,family and fans.I have had the joy to play venues like Blues Alley (DC) Scullers Jazz Club (Boston) and many others andjoi

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Boston, Paul Lewis (3/26): Great things come to those who wait and fans of Paul Lewis know this well. “Bag of Rain” the long anticipated third solo record from the enigmatic singer/songwriter/producer comes storming out of the

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Boston, Raul Midón (3/25): Raul Midón is a singer, songwriter and guitarist from New Mexico currently living and performing in New York City. He combines his distinct voice, strumming, beats, and acapella instruments to create

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Boston, SINNERS by Joshua Sobol directed by Brian Cox (3/23 - 4/2): Layla, a married English professor, has an affair with one of her married students, Nur. Out of fear that the oppressing authorities would find out and kill them both, Nur decides to confess, claiming

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Boston, Spencer Ludwig (3/27): A trumpeter, singer, producer, and dancer who rocks alligator shoes with smoking style and panache, Spencer Ludwig brings any party to life. Chances are, you’ve heard his lyrical lead trumpet soaring

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Boston, Sunday Concert Series: Boston Children’s Chorus (4/1): Experience the music you know and love, as if for the first time. Through an array of world-class musicians—including some of classical music’s hottest emerging stars—the Gardner’s Sunday concert Seri

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Boston, Sunday Concert Series: Olivier Stankiewicz, oboe & Alvise Sinivia, piano (4/2): Olivier Stankiewicz, oboe, will perform with Alvise Sinivia, piano, as part of the Gardner Museum’s Young Artist Showcase. They plan to perform: Schumann, Romanzen; Martinu, Three Romanian Folk Song

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Boston, Sunday Concert Series: Ravinia’s Steans Music Institute (4/2): This program features the talented, InMo Yang & Miriam Fried, violin; Haeji Kim & Tanner Menees, viola; Oliver Herbert, cello; Xioahui Yang, piano. This crowd-pleasing group, from the well-known Ravi

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Boston, Sunday Morning Indoor Rowing Classes in South End (3/26): Swet Studio will be Hosting a series of Indoor Rowing Group Fitness Classes in Boston's South End on Sunday Morning

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Boston, Super8 & Tab (4/8): Since their collaboration in 2005 Super8 & Tab have released two Beatport trance number one artist albums, played at major music festivals all over the world, including EDC, Ultra, Tomorrowland and A

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Boston, Terri Lyne Carrington (4/14): GRAMMY® award-winning drummer, composer and bandleader Terri Lyne Carrington was born in 1965 in Medford, Massachusetts. After an extensive touring career of over 20 years with luminaries like Herbie

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Boston, The Menzingers (4/1): The Menzingers is an American punk rock band hailing from Scranton Pennsylvania, US, forming out of the remnants of popular local ska bands, Bob and the Sagets and Kos Mos.

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Boston, The Zombies (3/28): The second UK group following the Beatles to score a #1 hit in America, The Zombies infiltrated the airwaves with the sophisticated melodies, breathy vocals, choral back-up harmonies and jazzy keyboar

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Boston, Vieux Farka Toure (4/7): With his recent collaborations and performance before a billion people —yes, you read that right—at the 2010 World Cup in Johannesburg, South Africa, Vieux Farka Touré is one of the most celebrated Af

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Boston, Women of the World (4/6): Women of the World was born from a dream to bring musicians from across the globe onto a common creative platform, musicians who not only work and perform together, but who learn from each other, expl

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Boston, World of Wheels (3/31 - 4/2): Hot rods, muscle cars, customs, trucks & more fill the Seaport World Trade Center March 31-April 2 with Town Fair Tire's World of Wheels.

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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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Braintree, Sprint for Super Saturdays 5k (4/9): Join us at our 6th Annual 5k Run/Walk to benefit Braintree's Special Needs Recreation Program! Prizes will be awarded to the top finishers in each age group, POST RACE PARTY!!

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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, Gustafer Yellowgold (4/9): Gustafer Yellowgold’s Show is a multi-media performance of live music, colored-pencil animations and storytelling. With its unique crossover appeal, the show has been the wild-card opening act for Wil

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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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Cambridge, A Far Cry (4/13): A Far Cry stands at the forefront of an exciting new generation in classical music. According to the New York Times, the GRAMMY nominated self-conducted orchestra “brims with personality or, better, p

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Cambridge, Adam Pc (4/10): Adam PC is a rock band from Boston, MA specializing in catchy tunes and BS. The band began as the solo project of Adam Preston Cissell, who released two albums, Townie Does (2008) and Entendo Tapes (2

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Cambridge, Advance Base (4/10): Lo-fi, minimal & melancholic songs made with keyboards, samplers & singing. 2nd LP, Nephew in the Wild, was named #1 Indie Pop album of 2015 by PopMatters.

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Cambridge, Amy Helm (3/24): Although the personally charged, organically soulful Didn't It Rain is her first release under her own name, Amy Helm has been making music for most of her life. She's already won widespread praise as

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Cambridge, Andrew Combs (4/9): Like a character in a dreary West Coast short story by Raymond Carver, Nashville songwriter Andrew Combs moves through a hazy modern world, trying to find the meaning in life on his sophomore album, A

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Cambridge, Andy Mowatt (3/25): "Consistently stellar" (Price, PA Musician Mag), "Andy Mowatt's Steely Jam" is a funk-driven powerhouse from Pennsylvania, led by guitarist Andy Mowatt, "an absolute musical genius" (Devoy, Tellus 360

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Cambridge, Anna Wise (4/13): Anna Wise is a Grammy Award winning singer, songwriter, and performer based in Brooklyn, NY. Anna has garnered a dedicated following amongst musicians and music fans alike ever since her collaboration

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Cambridge, Brunch @RylesJazzClub with TheFrankWilkinsTrio (4/2): Family friendly jazz brunch with live trio featuring special guests who transform each first Sunday into a new show! About Wilkins, WGBH-FM’s Eric Jackson writes, “Mr. Wilkins gorgeous playing o

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Cambridge, Christal Browns The Opulence of Integrity (3/31 - 4/2): Inspired by the life and legend of Muhammad Ali, the performance incorporates elements of boxing, hip-hop, martial arts, and modern dance to an original sound score by Farai Malianga, and include arti

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Cambridge, Crystal Fighters (4/3): If you’d spent the last few years of your life wrapped up in an album like Star Of Love, you’d go looking for a little respite, too. Crystal Fighters’ debut was the product of minds made manic by a de

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Cambridge, Daemon Chili (4/7): Daemon Chili is a Boston-based American Roots Rock band. Formed in the fall of 2013 by Michael Dion (lead singer/songwriter/guitar/harmonica/lap steel), the band quickly gained regional traction by wa

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Cambridge, Darrell Katz and OddSong at Lilypad Inman (4/6): Darrell Katz and OddSong, presented by Jazz Composers Alliance, in partnership with the Creative Music Series.

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Cambridge, Escher String Quartet (4/12): The Escher String Quartet has received acclaim for its profound musical insight and rare tonal beauty. Championed by the Emerson String Quartet, the group was a BBC New Generation Artist from 2010-201

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Cambridge, Gypsy (3/31 - 4/8): Gypsy is the ultimate tale of an ambitious stage mother fighting for her daughters’ success … while secretly yearning for her own.

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Cambridge, Half Waif (4/5): Half Waif is the project of Nandi Rose Plunkett, based in Brooklyn NY.

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Cambridge, Inner Temple (4/8): Echoing sounds of 90's alternative rock, out of Pennsylvania booms Inner Temple; an alternative rock band that blends sludgy distorted progressions, emotionally charged lyrics, and heavy sounding patt

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Cambridge, Jamie Lynn Hart (3/24): Boston-based artist Jamie Lynn Hart creates a seamless blend of rock and pop that backs up her powerhouse belt and infectious melodies. With her captivating voice, poetic lyrics and mastered musicians

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Cambridge, Kármán Voh (3/25): Kármán Voh is a music project currently based in Boston, MA. Founding members Paul Koskins (they) and Charles Perrone (he) met in 2013 and formed a partnership of music, dedicated to exchanging local

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Cambridge, Kneebody (4/9): Kneebody‘s sound is… explosive rock energy paralleled with high-level nuanced chamber ensemble playing, with highly wrought compositions that are balanced with adventurous no-holds-barred improvising.

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Cambridge, Laura Stevenson (3/25): Laura Stevenson is finally learning not to worry. After more than a year of national and worldwide touring following the release of her critically acclaimed album Wheel, both headlining, and alongside

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Cambridge, Lawrence Trailer (4/2): Lawrence Trailer offers a unique type of songwriting, with his soulful voice and rhythmic acoustic stylings. Utilizing an arsenal of looping and effects pedals, Lawrence creates a dynamic and energize

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Cambridge, Mrs. Packard (3/15 - 3/27): Illinois, 1861. Proclaimed insane by her husband, Elizabeth Packard is committed against her will to an asylum. Inspired by true events, Emily Mann’s stunning American drama chronicles one woman’s str

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Cambridge, Roomful of Teeth (4/13): Grammy winning 8-voice band! throat-singers, yodelers, belters, classical singers, commissioners of music, collaborators, eaters of tasty food

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Cambridge, Sanam Marvi (3/26): Sanam Marvi is one of the youngest and most popular classical singers from the interior of Sindh.

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Cambridge, Skinny Pigeons (4/13): Two birdbrained young rapscallions from across the United States congregate in Boston to form a fusion of noisy punk rock, gypsy jazz and funk stylings that could only be summed up by one phrase: Skin

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Cambridge, Sondre Lerche (4/12): Brooklyn-based Norwegian singer/songwriter/composer/guitarist. His eclectic and richly melodic debut, Faces Down, written and recorded at 16, was named among the best albums of the year, and listed as

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Cambridge, The Legacy of Penobscot Canoes: A View from the River : This exhibit at Harvard's Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology explores the enduring importance of rivers and canoes in Penobscot tribal life and in relationships between the tribe and non-Indian

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Cambridge, The Macrotones (4/1): The Macrotones have been bringing tightly honed afrofunk to Boston, New England, and beyond since 2007. Whether they’re opening for national headliners like NOMO, the Budos Band, Sierra Leone's Refuge

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Cambridge, The Shills (4/7): Hailing from Boston, MA, The Shills are a genre-bending rock outfit that have made a name for themselves by taking complex musical ideas, and making them feel effortlessly infectious. With a sound tha

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Cambridge, The Silks (3/30): The Silks are a rock and roll band out of Providence, Rhode Island. You could say The Silks are thee rock and roll band from Providence, but then you wouldn't exactly be asking the cool kids. You'd ne

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Clinton, HOME BUYER SEMINAR (4/4): Home Buyer Seminar . Learn about the home buying process with industry professional. Get your questions answered and learn how to get started. Topics included, Financing, Home inspections, contracts,

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Concord, Boy Choristers (St Thomas Church NYC) in concert March 29 in Concord (3/29): Boy Choristers of St Thomas Church NYC present a FREE concert of sacred music at Trinity Episcopal Church, 81 Elm Street in Concord, March 29, 7 PM.

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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, Greater Boston Antique & Collectible Toy Show & Sale (4/2): Next up is our Spring show on Sunday, April 2, 2017. The show is sure to to be a hit as always, featuring both ballrooms of the Dedham Holiday Inn, our home for over 30 years.

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Dover, Visit and Tour Camp Grossman (4/9): Visit and tour Camp Grossman on Sunday, April 9 (294 Powissett Street) in Dover from 2-4pm.

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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, SAT Exam Prep Classes (3/6 - 5/3): This comprehensive course provides instruction and review of essential mathematics, critical reading, writing, and test-taking skills to prepare students for the important SAT exam. The course include

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Hancock, Ioka Valley Farm Sugar House Tours & Tastings (3/25): Visit Ioka Valley Farm’s Sugar House, and watch the fascinating process of turning Fresh Maple Sap into Pure Maple Syrup!

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Harwich, Line Dance Open House (3/30): Cape Sands Ballroom is having a free Line Dance Open House from 2:30 to 4:30 pm on Thursday, March 30th at the Harwich Community Center, 100 Oak St, Harwich, MA  02645. Men, women, singles, couples, a

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Jamaica Plain, Crunk Witch (3/27): We write cute 8 bit infused songs and know the difference between good and bad touching!

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Jamaica Plain, Fennario (3/24): Fennario is a Massachusetts based Grateful Dead tribute band that recreates the music, sounds and jams of the Grateful Dead through their live music. They have meticulously researched and duplicated b

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Jamaica Plain, Kave Kraft (4/3): KAVE KRAFT is a drums-and-guitar rock duo. Yes, other instruments are sometimes liberally overdubbed. More shows and a full-length release are forthcoming.

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Leicester, Global Health and Nursings Social Responsibility (3/20 - 3/29): A lecture on global health and nursing's social responsibility, sponsored by The Yunus Social Business Centre @ Becker College & Becker College School of Nursing and Behavioral Sciences.

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Leicester, Students and Refugee Artists Together: A Celebration of Indigenous Craft and Social Business (3/26): Exhibit of work created by R.A.W. (Refugee Artisans of Worcester) and a program of projects developed by students in Becker College’s “Social Business” course. The event will also feature a silent au

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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, 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, 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, Heal the Healers ~ Winter Retreats (3/24 - 4/30): Eastover - Where Else Can You Go to Both "Get Away From it All” and Find it All? Fall and winter are great seasons to rest and recharge, particularly for yoga teachers and healers who on a regular ba

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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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Leominster, The Love Dogs Band Dance Party & Group SwingDance Lesson (3/26): All Dance2Swing Events are Beginner & Social Friendly

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Lexington, Polymer Clay/Beading Jewelry and Photography Exhibit (3/18 - 4/2): Stop by to see these one-of-a-kind pieces and photography at Lexington Arts and Crafts Society.

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Lunenburg, Taste of Local April 8th & 9th Free samples (4/8 - 4/9): Stop by Lanni Orchards Inc on Rt. 13, Lunenburg for our monthly Taste of Local. We will be sampling everything made and produced from the state of Massachusetts. Some of the samples are bread, chees

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Lynn, Beneath the Machine (3/24): A five piece metal band hailing from Massachusetts. Originally formed by Tony Ricci, Zacc McVicker, and Brian Schmidt, the band now consists of Tony Ricci, Zacc McVicker, Tom Cross, and Randy LaChance

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Lynn, Dead Harrison (3/24): New England based doom rock band, coming at you with songs about life, love, death, and the end of the world.

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Marblehead, John McCutcheon (4/7): No one remembers when the neighbors started calling the McCutcheons to complain about the loud singing from young John’s bedroom. It didn’t seem to do much good, though. For, after a shaky, lopsided b

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Marblehead, Martyn Joseph (3/31): Martyn Joseph is a performer like no other. Shades of Springsteen, Knopfler and Dave Matthews there may be - but he stands in his own right, built on a reputation for giving what thousands have desc

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Marblehead, Matt Nakoa (3/24): MATT NAKOA grew up on a small goat farm in Central New York and began composing music as a teenager. Following a formative stint as a concert pianist, he won scholarship to attend Berklee College of M

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Marlborough, 20th Annual Paradise City Arts Festival (3/24 - 3/26): “An Art Lover’s Heaven!” writes the Boston Globe: this show and sale offers a wide range of fine furniture, lighting, glass, landscape-scale and pedestal-size sculpture, art quilts, ceramic dinnerware

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Marlborough, Paradise City Marlborough (3/24 - 3/26): Paradise City Marlborough celebrates its twentieth year as the Boston area’s leading fair of fine craft, painting and sculpture.

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Marshfield, Pruning Blueberries (3/25): 2 hour hands-on pruning workshop will leave you confident to prune your own blueberries.

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Marshfield, Seed Starting to Transplant (4/1): Hands-on seed starting class covers everything you need to know to be successful

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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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Medford, An Evening with GRAMMY Award-winning Guitarist Ed Gerhard (4/8): Gerhard shares an evening of exquisite guitar music- performing on 6-string, slide guitar and Hawaiian lap steel. Known for his gorgeous tone and compositional depth, Gerhard can move a listener wit

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Natick, Adobe Lightroom Workshop (3/25): Are you shooting RAW? Then this is the class for you! We will cover importing files into Lightroom and moving into the basic workflow and editing tips.

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Natick, Jean and Henry Stone Memorial Lecture: Human Health & the Environment (3/26): We’ll have the chance to hear from Nobel Laureate Dr Chivian just how critically important conservation work now is, not just for the earth’s ecosystems – for its people too.

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Natick, Prometheus Dance presents Dig Mine Excavate (3/24 - 3/25): Prometheus Dance, directed by Diane Arvanites and Tommy Neblett, presents "Dig Mine Excavate," an evening of award-winning choreography.

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Natick, Todd Carey (3/31): “I fought for this record,” confesses singer-songwriter Todd Carey. The acclaimed artist set out to make a career-defining album with Future Throwback. His quest spanned three years, tracking in four

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Natick, Wacky Woodcocks (4/7 - 4/22): Every spring, woodcocks court, filling the last hours of daylight with spectacular aerial displays. Come join us as we attempt to view this amazing rite of spring.

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Natick, Wacky Woodcocks (3/31): Every spring, woodcocks court, filling the last hours of daylight with spectacular aerial displays. Come join us as we attempt to view this amazing rite of spring.

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Newton, Adaptive Music Program at the JCC (3/29 - 5/24): Children with developmental and intellectual disabilities ages 6-17 years can participate in an educational music and performance-based program at the Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center (333 Nah

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Newton, Arts and Fitness Classes this Winter (1/8 - 3/31): Registration is underway for winter classes for children and adults at the Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center (333 Nahanton Street) in Newton.

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Newton, Camp Grossman Open House at Temple Emanuel, Newton (4/2): Open house for Camp Grossman will be held on Sunday, April 2 at Temple Emanuel (385 Ward Street) in Newton from 11am-1pm.

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Newton, Pinkalicious the Musical (4/2): New York's multi-award-winning Vital Theatre Company presents Pinkalicious, the Musical! based on the popular children's book by Elizabeth Kann and Victoria Kann. Held at the Leventhal-Sidman Center

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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 DISCOVERING LUCCA: Pasta & Puccini. September 30 - October 7, 2017 (3/17 - 8/31): Join food writer John Carafoli and vocalist John Murelle on a 7-day food, music and culture tour to the beautiful 11th century, walled city of Lucca, Italy.

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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, SSSlither into Passover - Animal Mitzzzvah Day (3/26): Join PJ Library and the Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston for a Passover celebration at Easton Middle School (98 Columbus Avenue) in North Easton on Sunday, March 26.

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Northampton, The After the Show Bulb Sale (3/25 - 3/26): The After the Show Bulb Sale will be held on Saturday, March 25, 2017 and Sunday, March 26, 2017 in the LymanPlant House.

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Northborough, Learn How to De-Clutter Your Home with Maryann Murphy, CPO® (3/29): Learn how to finally conquer your chaos! Attend this free workshop on purging, cleaning and organizing your home or office (or someone else’s).

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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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Orleans, 2017 Orleans Winter Farmers Market (3/4 - 4/29): Orleans Farmers Market will be held in the cafeteria at the Nauset Regional Middle School, Orleans, MA.

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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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Plymouth, MarchVegas (3/25): MarchVegas, a fundraiser hosted by the Plymouth Lions, will be held on Saturday, March 25, 2017 from 7:00-11:00 pm at Memorial Hall in downtown Plymouth.

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Plympton, Northeast Storytelling Conferenece (3/24 - 3/26): Storytellers and story lovers gather for workshops and performances.

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Raynham, 28th Annual Raynham Knights of Columbus Charity 5 Miler and Family Fun Run 5k (4/9): Something for everyone at this local favorite now in our 28th year. One moderate hill at start and then flat and fast for rest of way. Race is run on quiet residential streets with volunteers at eve

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Revere, Eyes On Satellites (3/31): Eyes On Satellites formed in the beginning of 2014 with the idea that we, as humans, are equal and we all have a voice. That idea becomes very clear when listening to the band's debut EP, Explorations

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Revere, In Honor Of (3/31): In Honor Of is a hard-hitting metalcore band based out of southern Connecticut. Forming in 2012, In Honor Of have carved a path for heavy music in New England. From soaring melodies that will leave yo

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Revere, Revere Spring Carnival (3/22 - 4/16): Fiesta Shows launches 2017 season at the Revere Spring Carnival. There will be rides, games, food and fun for the whole family!

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Salisbury, Marc Cohn at Blue Ocean Music Hal (3/24): After winning a GRAMMY for his soulful ballad “Walking in Memphis,” Marc Cohn solidified his place as one of this generation’s most compelling singer/songwriters...

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Salisbury, Treasures of the Deep Auction Voyage - Opportunity Works, Inc. 33rd Annual Lend-A-Hand Auction (3/25): Treasures of the Deep Auction Voyage- 33rd Annual Opportunity Works Lend-A-Hand Auction - Saturday March 25, 6 - 10 PM -Blue Ocean Music Hall, Salisbury, MA - Tickets $50 - 978-462-6144 X 234 - Live &

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Sandwich, History on Tap - The Pilot House (3/29): Grab a drink and enjoy some fascinating and fun conversation with Heritage Museums & Gardens staff, who will bring interesting objects from the Museum’s collection to share.

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Sandwich, The Winter Sandwich Flea Market (3/25): 30-45 vendors displaying art, antiques, jewelry, books etc. Free admission and free parking.

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Sharon, Soundtracks with Sharon Concert Band (3/26): Sharon Concert Band sets the mood for a myriad of emotions with expressive symphonic music from the movies and television on Sunday, March 26 at 3pm.

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Somerville, Blue Light Bandits (3/26): Blue Light Bandits is a New England based trio with soul.

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Somerville, Boston Typewriter Orchestra (3/30): A collective endeavor which engages in rhythmic typewriter manipulation combined with elements of performance, comedy and satire. BTO aims to entertain the masses while providing an outlet for the cre

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Somerville, Irish Film Festival Boston (3/23 - 3/26): This year, more than 3,000 people are expected to attend the festival over the course of the four days.

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Somerville, Mammal Dap (4/13): Mammal Dap? is adventurous, psych-fusion from Northampton, Massachusetts, comprised of Killian Karlsson (guitar), Zack Cross (synths), Reed Sutherland (bass, synth bass), and Colin Jalbert (drums, sam

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Somerville, Meklit (4/9): "I've always felt most at home in multiplicity," says Meklit Hadero. " And she should know: born in Ethiopia, raised in the US and nurtured by San Francisco's richly diverse arts scene, this acclaimed

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Somerville, The Lights Out (4/1): The Lights Out have been traveling down a long, forked road. On that road, there are branches of you splitting off with every decision you make. Each branch is a different you, living a different vers

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Southbridge, Paula Poundstone Headlines the Southbridge Conference Center (4/1): Paula Poundstone is considered one of the most original comedians working today. Legendary for her razor-sharp wit and wry, intelligent humor, she is a master at spontaneous interaction with a crowd.

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Springfield, 12th Annual Pioneer Valley Jewish Film Festival (3/18 - 4/4): For two weeks each year, the Pioneer Valley Jewish Film Festival brings the best of Jewish cinema to enthusiastic audiences throughout the region.

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Springfield, CAB presents: Eh440 (3/25): Join CAB for an acapella concert!

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Springfield, Disney On Ice Passport To Adventure (3/23 - 3/26): Join Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald, Goofy and Daisy on a journey to the timeless worlds of Disney’s The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, Peter Pan, and Disney’s Frozen.

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Springfield, Museums à la Carte (3/23 - 3/30): The Springfield Museums’ monthly tour and lecture schedule continues in March with the popular Museums à la Carte lectures, which take place on Thursdays at 12:15 p.m.

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Sterling, Easter Egg Hunt (4/8): Bring your baskets, and dress for the weather. We will hunt in the snow! In the event of rain, we will postpone to Sunday, April 9 at noon.

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Sturbridge, Conversation with Spirit - Psychic Medium Diane Lewis (3/26): Join Psychic Medium Diane Lewis for your conversation with spirit.

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Sturbridge, Dancing With the Stars (4/1): Just like the TV show, we have local celebrities paired up with professionals to compete. Add to that a number of other acts and audience participation and you have an extremely enjoyable evening for

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Sudbury, Civics Bee (4/2): The Weston League, together with the Wayland and Sudbury Leagues, will again sponsor a Civics Bee in 2017, in a spirit of friendly competition.

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Swansea, Celtic Song - A Celebration! (3/25): Your own local Celtic Women offer a one-time concert to benefit the New Bedford Women's Center, Saturday, March 25th at the Swansea Grange. Come wrap yourself in the wonderful music of hope, light, a

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Swansea, South Coast Game Fest (4/1 - 4/2): a celebration of tabletop games and the creative community surrounding tabletop games.

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Waltham, The Waltham Food, Wine & Craft Beer Festival (3/30): Join us for an evening of delicious food, wine, and beer and great entertainment!

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Waltham, Xylouris White (4/6): Master of Cretan lute, George Xylouris, and Jim White a most innovative and charismatic drummer, are creating a musical duo.

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Watertown, The Epstein (3/25): Formed in Oxford in the late 2000s, The Epstein have since played all over the UK and Europe and released three studio albums.

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Wayland, Heritage Chorale Pops Concert 2017 (4/2): Heritage Chorale's Pops Concert on Sunday, April 2nd, at Temple Shir Tikva in Wayland

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Wellesley, Free Audition for LINX Competitive Dance Teams (3/17 - 5/19): Register now - Free Audition for Competitive LINX Dance Team & Company May 18th and 19th at LINX in Wellesley. Auditions are open to the public for kids in K - 12th grade.

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Wellesley, Free LINX Camps Tours in March and April! (3/6 - 4/9): Register Now for Free Live Camp Tours of LINX Camps’ Dana Hall Campus in Wellesley, with 2 sessions each on March 26th and April 9th. Meet with our camp leadership and tour our state of the art facili

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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, Register for LINX Theater Fall Show Auditions (3/10 - 5/7): Schedule a free 15-minute class placement audition 4/28, 5/5 or 5/7 for your child to perform in High School Musical Jr. or The Laudable Lizard of Oz. Classes start Fall 2017 at LINX Theater in Welles

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Westborough, Family Fun Day and Easter Egg Hunt (4/8): Join us for our annual Family Fun Day and Easter Egg Hunt. We will have hot dogs and snacks, bounce houses, face painting, crafts, games, and thousands of candy-filled eggs.

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Weston, Sugaring Off (3/25): Tour our Sugar House, watch maple sugaring demonstrations, and enjoy a maple-y breakfast, all led by student in our Maple Education programs.

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Winchester, Summer Music Programs Enrolling Now (2/23 - 6/19): Join us at Winchester Community Music School this summer for programs in piano, chamber music, woodwind & brass, percussion, rock & blues, voice, early childhood, and more.

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Worcester, Beethoven & Mozart - The Worcester Chorus (3/24): The Worcester Chorus, premiere adult chorus of Central MA, performs with orchestra and distinguished soloists under the baton of Dr. Chris Shepard and assistant conductor Brett Maguire.

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Worcester, Jacob Haller (4/1): Jacob Haller is a Providence, RI-based musician whose songs (on such diverse topics as love, relationships, substance abuse, robots, and kittens) have been described as fresh, catchy, and quirky. He's

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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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Worcester, The Curtis Mayflower (4/7): The Curtis Mayflower is Pete Aleksi, Duncan Arsenault, Jeremy Moses Curtis, Brooks Milgate and Craig Rawding. Five musicians creating a sound that is greater than the sum of its parts. Formed in 2013,

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