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Education & Learning

Exhibit: "Christa Corrigan McAuliffe '70: Teacher, Astronaut, Hero" (thru Dec. 31)

08.01.16 at 9:00 AM - Alumni House
42 Adams Road
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Free

New exhibit about Christa McAuliffe, Framingham State Alumni, Class of 1970, chosen to be the first teacher in space. 9am-3pm, Mon. - Thurs. at Alumni House. Call 508-872-9770 to verify that we are open.

Arts & Culture

Art in Nature (Tuesdays thru Dec. 13)

09.20.16 - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
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Adults: $36 Members; $44 Non-Members

10am-1pm. Let nature inspire you! We will use various media, with an emphasis on watercolors, to bring nature into art. Bring your own painting wish list. As weather allows, we will venture outside to explore the natural world at Broadmoor. All levels welcome. Monthly themes: 

September: Painting on the Go--Build your skills and traveling toolkit for travel or day outings.

October: Capturing Colors--Learn techniques to capture stunning fall foliage and other seasonal colors using natural inspiration and more.

November/December: Mixed Media/Recycled Materials--Learn to take advantage of what is around you to add a little something extra to your painting with a different kind of recycling.

This is an ongoing series. Students may join at any time during the year. Pre-registration required. Online registration available. Adults: $36 Members; $44 Non-Members

Arts & Culture

Exhibit: "Anni Albers Connections" (thru Dec. 18)

09.28.16 - Davis Museum at Wellesley College
Wellesley College
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Free

In 1984, textile designer and printmaker Anni Albers published Connections—a set of nine silkscreens that evoke pivotal moments in her prolific career, by then spanning nearly six decades. Reflecting on her life as a designer, she chose motifs for the prints based on her work from particular years: two from the 1920s, two from the 1940s, three from the late 1950s to the early ’70s, and two from the early 1980s, after Josef ’s death. This exhibition pairs the Davis Museum’s exquisite example of this silkscreen portfolio—an acquisition made in the past year—with Albers’ work from each era, tracing the development of her patterns from sketches on graph paper to gouache maquettes.

 Reflecting on her life as a designer, she chose motifs for the prints based on her work from particular years: two from the 1920s, when Albers was at the Bauhaus and met her life-long partner and later husband, Josef; two from the 1940s, when the couple taught at the experimental Black Mountain College in North Carolina after having fled Nazi Germany; three from the late 1950s to the early ’70s, after they resettled in Orange, Connecticut, and Josef served as Yale University’s chair of the Department of Design; and two from the early 1980s, after Josef ’s death. 

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Arts & Culture

Exhibit: "Partners In Design: Alfred H. Barr Jr. and Phillip Johnson" (thru Dec. 18)

09.28.16 - Davis Museum at Wellesley College
106 Central Street
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Free

Organized by the Liliane and David M. Stewart Program for Modern Design, Montréal, in collaboration with the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, "Partners in Design: Alfred H. Barr Jr. and Philip Johnson" is the first exhibition to explore a pivotal development in the evolution of American design: the collaboration between the first director of the Museum of Modern Art, Alfred Barr, who taught the first undergraduate course in modern art at Wellesley in 1926, and Philip Johnson, MoMA’s first curator of architecture. Together these men endeavored to bring modernism to North America, particularly the innovative ideals of rational and functional design developed at the Bauhaus school at Dessau, Germany between World War I and II. The exhibition features furniture from Barr’s and Johnson’s apartments, examples of Bauhaus graphic design, and an array of objects celebrated for their design in Barr’s and Johnson’s influential exhibitions at MoMA.

Arts & Culture

Exhibit: Charlotte Brooks at LOOK, 1951-1971 (thru Dec. 18)

09.28.16 - Davis Museum at Wellesley College
106 Central Street
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Free

"Charlotte Brooks at LOOK, 1951-1971" is the first retrospective exhibition dedicated to the career of one of the most important American photographers from the postwar era. Best known for her work at LOOK magazine between 1951 and 1971, Brooks’ output represents a significant contribution to the visual history of the United States at mid-century. Developed around critical themes such as civil liberties and women’s rights, the exhibition includes vintage prints recently given to the Davis on behalf of Katherine Hall Page ’69. Admission is free.

Arts & Culture

Exhibit: The deCordova New England Biennial 2016 (thru March 26)

10.07.16 - deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum
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The exhibition will feature sixteen New England-based artists who are making significant contributions to contemporary art in the region. Showcasing the work of painters, sculptors, video artists, book illustrators, performance artists, and photographers, the exhibition will occupy the main galleries of the Museum and extend into the Sculpture Park with new site-specific commissions.

Arts & Culture

Edward Steichen: Twentieth-Century Photographer (thru March 26)

10.07.16 - deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum
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Drawn primarily from deCordova's permanent collection, this exhibition presents a dynamic survey of photographs by Edward Steichen, whose innovation as a photographer helped define the breadth of the medium in the twentieth century.  It will trace his exploration of the range of representation enabled by the photographic medium, from his early expressive, Pictorialist images, to his decades-long work as a commercial photographer taking portrait photographs of the rich and famous for Condé Nast.  

Arts & Culture

Pearl Harbor Day exhibit: "Why We Still Remember" (thru Jan. 7)

10.10.16 at 10:00 AM
Museum of World War II
8 Mercer Road, Natick 01760
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suggested donation: $25

Featuring one-of-a-kind, authenticated artifacts, the exhibiit chronicles the mood in the US and Japan leading up to and after the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor.  Personal photographs and letters, propaganda and newspapers, and artifacts from the attack itself are included.  

Visitors must make an appointment by emailing visit@museumofworldwarii.org

Arts & Culture

Exhibit: the Art & Mystery of the Dollhouse (thru Jan. 15)

10.14.16 - Concord Museum
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Explore a selection of dollhouses from a superb Concord private collection, including an extremely rare and early dollhouse from 1695, and an array of 19th- and 20th-century doll’s homes from The Strong National Museum of Play. 

Arts & Culture

Exhibit: History in the Stitches: Framingham Fashion through the Centuries" (thru April 29)

10.28.16 at 1:00 PM - Edgell Memorial Library
3 Oak Street, Framingham, MA 01701
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Open Wednesdays-Saturdays.  Set against a backdrop of Framingham images and artifacts, this exhibit features fashions that will both please the eye and illuminate the lives of some very special Framingham women. We've chosen pieces that reflect the social mores, economic status and the personalities behind the ever-present decision we all face daily - what to wear?

 

Did you know that you can read clothing like any other historical document? It’s simply a matter of understanding the language. We’ll illustrate this language as you compare the ethereal wedding dress worn by Anna Foster Haven in 1824 with the austere gown worn by the devout Mrs. Temple on her wedding day in 1772. We’ve set the stage for you to experience the intimate setting of an 1880s salon where Framingham women entertained their closest friends adhering to the international trends that dictated appropriate dress and décor. Experience the Roaring Twenties by reading an Art Deco inspired dress worn by a very independent local actress and theatre director.

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Arts & Culture

Painting Pastels with Joelle Feldman

11.08.16 at 6:00 PM
Fruitlands Museum
102 Prospect Hill Road
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Member $125 Nonmember $150

Join us for a hands-on class with an individual coaching approach. Students will learn how to create a pastel painting from start to finish. We will focus on composition, texture, color, drawing an outline, applying an under-painting and gradually building pastel layers until the painting is complete. We will explore and experiment with a variety of pastel painting surfaces using different grades and brands of pastel sticks and analyze the various outcomes. You will also learn basic techniques that will help you master the pastel painting process.

Arts & Culture

Holiday Artists' Market (thru Dec. 31)

11.12.16 at 10:00 AM - deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum
51 Sandy Pond Road
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Season's Treatings! The Annual Artists' Market at deCordova Store returns with an OPENING RECEPTION on November 11, 6-9 PM with a special Member discount of 20%, food and drink, live music, and a free gift wrapping station.

Hand-crafted jewelry and wearables, paper goods and ornaments, home goods to intrigue and delight–find them ALL in one extraordinary place! During the holidays, deCordova | Store expands its fantastic collection of gifts into the adjacent gallery space. ADDITIONAL HOLIDAY HOURS: December 5–23 Monday–Thursday 10 am–7:30 pm Friday–Sunday 10 am–5:30 pm Open December 24 from 10 am–5 pm. Also open December 26.

Arts & Culture

Family Trees: A Celebration of Children's Literature (thru Jan. 2)

11.23.16 - Concord Museum
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During the holiday season, the Museum’s galleries are filled with more than 30 fanciful trees of all shapes and sizes, decorated with original ornaments inspired by acclaimed children’s storybooks and contemporary picture book favorites. This year, Family Trees includes among its 36 decorated trees several inspired by doll- and dollhouse-themed children’s books.

Community & Celebrations

Mass Hort's Festival of Trees (thru Dec. 11)

11.25.16 at 10:00 AM - Elm Bank Reservation
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Festival of Trees and Snow Village features trains winding through holiday villages, Santa visits, horse-drawn wagon rides, live music weekends, and much more. Free parking. Check for hours of operation on specific days.

$10 per person, children 11 and under free, Mass Hort members: $8.  Horse-drawn wagon rides $5 per person in addition to admission.  

Nature

Winter Reimagined Lights Display (thru Jan. 8)

11.25.16 at 4:00 PM - Tower Hill Botanic Garden
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$7-17

Marvel at glittering light displays indoors and out, uniquely decorated trees and nature-inspired ornaments, lush conservatories, children’s scavenger hunts, and more. As evening falls all of the glittering outdoor lights transform the gardens into a winter wonderland. Find unique items for everyone on your shopping list at The Garden Shop. Open Wednesdays-Sundays.  Tickets must be purchased online in advance.

 

Twigs Café is now accepting reservation for dinner service during Winter Reimagined. Please purchase your tickets for admission to the Garden, then make your dinner reservation. Reservations start at 4:30pm and end at 7:30pm

Arts & Culture

Art Class Registration Opens

11.29.16 at 10:00 AM - Danforth Art
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Hurry to sign up for art classes (which begin in January) for adults and kids, including February Vacation Week, in the Danforth's new home on the Framingham Centre Common. Choose fron a wide range of one-day or weeks-long classes and workshops, daytime or evening. Registration continues through late January.

Arts & Culture

"The Nutcracker" (thru Dec. 17)

12.07.16 - Walnut Hill School for the Arts
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http://www.ticketstage.com/T/WNH

The Dance Department presents this beloved annual holiday classic featuring dance, magic, and fun for the whole family.  Performances take place in the Perrin Theatre, Keiter Center for the Performing Arts.  Please check website for showtimes each day.

Arts & Culture

The Nutcracker (thru Dec. 17)

12.07.16 at 7:00 PM - Walnut Hill School for the Arts
12 Highland Street, Natick, MA 01760
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$28 Adults, $25 Students/Seniors

All performances at 7pm except 2pm on December 11 and 17.

The Dance Department presents this beloved annual holiday classic featuring dance, magic, and fun for the whole family. Tickets go on sale November 16. $28 Adults, $25 Students/Seniors. Phone: 508-650-5068

Community & Celebrations

Christmas by Candlelight

12.09.16 at 3:00 PM - Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Rd.
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Adults: $22 | Youth ages 4 –12: $14 | Children 3 a

Christmas by Candlelight at Old Sturbridge Village is an evening filled with New England holiday traditions, live musical performances, storytelling, sleigh rides, festive foods, a roaring bonfire, and strolls around the decorated Village Common. New this year is the North Pole Village where families will find Santa and his whimsical elves, Mrs. Claus’ Bake Shop, a magical talking Christmas tree, a kids’ holiday craft workshop, and an expanded G-scale train display. And do not miss the nightly tree lighting and the ever-popular gingerbread house contest!

Arts & Culture

"Festival of Carols" Community Holiday Concert

12.11.16 at 2:00 PM - Chelmsford Senior Center
75 Groton Road, North Chelmsford, MA
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Free

The Chelmsford Community Band's annual holiday concert, entitled “A Festival of Carols,” will focus on both familiar and nontraditional seasonal music as well as an audience singalong, baked holiday goods, and a performance by local soprano soloist Jeanne Masterman. The Chelmsford Community Band  is a volunteer group of adult musicians who greatly enjoy bringing live music to the greater Chelmsford area. 

Look for them online at www.chelmsfordband.org, on Facebook at facebook.com/ChelmsfordCommunityBand, and on Twitter as @ChelmsfordBand.

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Arts & Culture

Voice Recital

12.12.16 at 7:00 PM - Walnut Hill School for the Arts
12 Highland Street, Natick, MA 01760
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No tickets required, general seating. Phone: 508-650-5068

Arts & Culture

Chamber Music Celebrations

12.13.16 at 7:00 PM - Walnut Hill School for the Arts
12 Highland Street, Natick, MA 01760
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The Music Department presents a selection of chamber music, with each evening featuring a different program. No tickets required, general seating.  Phone: 508-650-5068

Community & Celebrations

Christmas by Candlelight

12.16.16 at 3:00 PM - Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Rd.
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Adults: $22 | Youth ages 4 –12: $14 | Children 3 a

Christmas by Candlelight at Old Sturbridge Village is an evening filled with New England holiday traditions, live musical performances, storytelling, sleigh rides, festive foods, a roaring bonfire, and strolls around the decorated Village Common. New this year is the North Pole Village where families will find Santa and his whimsical elves, Mrs. Claus’ Bake Shop, a magical talking Christmas tree, a kids’ holiday craft workshop, and an expanded G-scale train display. And do not miss the nightly tree lighting and the ever-popular gingerbread house contest!

Community & Celebrations

Holiday Stroll & Pub Crawl

12.16.16 at 5:00 PM - Downtown Framingham
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Join us for our inaugural Holiday Grog-style Stroll in Downtown Framingham: multicultural Pub Crawl, music and tapas in our downtown Winter Wonderland!

Arts & Culture

Session Americana

12.16.16 at 8:00 PM - Amazing Things Arts Center
160 Hollis Street, Framingham
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$25 with discounts for members, seniors, students

Session Americana is a rock band in a tea cup, or possibly a folk band in a whiskey bottle. This band/collective of talented musicians craft a musical experience unlike any other.The anything-could-happen feel of a Session show depends on craft that’s not accidental or easily won; they bring a kind of ease and genuineness to this timeless music, sometimes presenting the latest batch of original songs, sometimes reaching back into depths of the American “song bag”. Just nominated for Best Americana band by Boston Music Awards. New album Great Shakes being released this fall! ROLLING STONE – Top 10 pick at 2015 Americana Music Assn. Festival list of 27 Americana Acts to watch.

Arts & Culture

The Nutcracker (thru Dec. 18)

12.17.16 at 7:00 PM - Hudson High School
69 Brigham St. Hudson, MA
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$0 - $30

Symphony Pro Musica (SPM) has the privilege of collaborating with MetroWest Ballet to produce a fully-staged performance of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker ballet. This spectacular production will take place at 7pm on Dec. 17 and 3:30pm on Dec. 18. A full orchestra of 70 musicians, cast of local dancers of all ages, and featured Boston Ballet guest artists will join forces to create the magic that is The Nutcracker. Under the direction of MWB's Jessica Wilson, our Nutcracker is the only production in the region with live music and guest artists from the Boston Ballet. Join us to experience this magnificent, beloved treat.

Note December 18 performance begins at 3:30pm.

Arts & Culture

Family Concert: The Nutcracker Ballet (thru Dec. 18)

12.17.16 at 7:00 PM - Hudson High School
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Symphony Pro Musica (SPM) has the privilege of collaborating with MetroWest Ballet to produce a fully-staged performance of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker ballet. This spectacular production will take place at 7pm on Dec. 17 and 3:30pm on Dec. 18. A full orchestra of 70 musicians, cast of local dancers of all ages, and featured Boston Ballet guest artists will join forces to create the magic that is The Nutcracker. Under the direction of MWB's Jessica Wilson, our Nutcracker is the only production in the region with live music and guest artists from the Boston Ballet. Join us to experience this magnificent, beloved treat.

Note December 18 performance begins at 3:30pm.

Food & Drink

Brunch with Santa

12.18.16 at 10:00 AM - Crowne Plaza: The Verve-Natick
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$34, $19

A yearly tradition. Join us and jolly, old Saint Nick on Sunday, December 18 for our Brunch with Santa. Santa will be on site for selfies, story time and childrens’ activities. Reservations: 508-416-1352. Adults $34, Children $19, Under 3 Free

Arts & Culture

Deborah Sampson: A Revolution of Her Own

12.18.16 at 3:00 PM - Amazing Things Arts Center
160 Hollis Street
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$5 donation requested

Deborah Sampson, the first woman to fight in the American military disguised as a man, travels to Framingham to perform in the award-winning performance, "A Revolution of Her Own!"  an hour-long program chronicling her life. On May 20, 1782, wearing an old soldier's uniform, Deborah bound her chest, tied back her hair, and enlisted in the Fourth Massachusetts Regiment of the Continental Army. Experience her arduous upbringing and success as the first female professional soldier, through interactive stories and authentic colonial attire. Presented by History At Play supported by the Mass Cultural Council and Sue Herzberg.

Recreation & Sports

Solstice Stroll

12.18.16 at 3:30 PM
Fruitlands Museum
102 Prospect Hill Road
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FREE WITH ADMISSION

Gather together with Fruitlands staff as we take a lantern tour of the walking trails. Along the way, we will look for signs of winter in the changing landscape. A cozy fire and warm apple cider will await us at the end of the trail and a reading of Susan Cooper’s poem “The Shortest Day” will cap off our observation of the Winter Solstice.

Arts & Culture

The Nutcracker

12.18.16 at 3:30 PM - Hudson High School
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$0 - $30

Symphony Pro Musica (SPM) has the privilege of collaborating with MetroWest Ballet to produce a fully-staged performance of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker ballet. This spectacular production will take place at 7pm on Dec. 17 and 3:30pm on Dec. 18. A full orchestra of 70 musicians, cast of local dancers of all ages, and featured Boston Ballet guest artists will join forces to create the magic that is The Nutcracker. Under the direction of MWB's Jessica Wilson, our Nutcracker is the only production in the region with live music and guest artists from the Boston Ballet. Join us to experience this magnificent, beloved treat.

 

Community & Celebrations

Christmas by Candlelight

12.23.16 at 3:00 PM - Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Rd.
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Adults: $22 | Youth ages 4 –12: $14 | Children 3 a

Christmas by Candlelight at Old Sturbridge Village is an evening filled with New England holiday traditions, live musical performances, storytelling, sleigh rides, festive foods, a roaring bonfire, and strolls around the decorated Village Common. New this year is the North Pole Village where families will find Santa and his whimsical elves, Mrs. Claus’ Bake Shop, a magical talking Christmas tree, a kids’ holiday craft workshop, and an expanded G-scale train display. And do not miss the nightly tree lighting and the ever-popular gingerbread house contest!

Education & Learning

Everyday Engineering: Boxing Day!

12.26.16 at 11:00 AM - The Discovery Museum
177 Main Street, Acton, MA 01720
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Event included in museum admission, $12.50

It’s a bounty of boxes for Boxing Day! We’ll supply the cardboard and you bring the creativity. Whether we build big or build small, the possibilities are endless as we design, create and explore with the simplest of materials. Weather and conditions permitting this program will take place outside in our Discovery Woods. Come dressed accordingly!

Arts & Culture

The National Marionette Theatre

12.28.16 at 11:00 AM - Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Rd.
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OSV Members: $7.00 per person / per show; Non-Memb

Shows: 11:00 am | 1:00 pm | 3:00 pm The National Marionette Theatre is coming to Old Sturbridge Village for December school vacation week! Founded in 1967 by artistic director David A. Syrotiak, this award-winning marionette company has been entertaining and amazing audiences around the world with its imaginative productions for more than forty years. Performances are 50 minutes in length and each day will feature a different story: December 28 – Pinocchio December 29 – Sleeping Beauty December 30 – Peter and the Wolf December 31 – Hansel and Gretel

Arts & Culture

Family Drop-in Workshop: Gifts for the Birds

12.28.16 at 1:00 PM
Fruitlands Museum
102 Prospect Hill Road
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$1 per kit

Join museum educators in Wayside Visitor Center where we will make pinecone birdfeeders for our feathered friends. Decorate one of the trees on the Fruitlands hillside or take the bird-friendly goodies home and watch the winter birds delight over the treats!

Other

Backyard and Beyond: Lantern Light-up

12.30.16 at 2:00 PM - The Discovery Museum
177 Main Street, Acton, MA 01720
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Event included in museum admission, $12.50

Can you construct a lantern? We’ll have all the materials you’ll need to make a one of a kind lantern. When you’re finished, put in an LED candle and we’ll light-up Fairyborough with a lantern procession at 4:15pm! Sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts.

Community & Celebrations

Bessie’s New Year’s Eve Party Prep and Pajama Dance Party!

12.31.16 at 10:00 AM - The Discovery Museum
177 Main Street, Acton, MA 01720
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Event included in museum admission, $12.50

Dust off your dancing shoes, put on your finest PJs, and help us count down to 12 (noon) with a dance party! Let’s get ready to shake, rattle, and roll into the New Year by making party hats and noise-makers! Come decked out in your finest pajamas and stick around for our pajama dance party at 11:45am with a countdown to 12 (noon).

Education & Learning

Tinker Tuesday: Celebrate National Drinking Straw Day

01.03.17 at 10:00 AM - The Discovery Museum
177 Main Street, Acton, MA 01720
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Event included in museum admission, $12.50

We’re having an exSTRAWvagant celebration for National Drinking Straw Day! Tinker about with a bounty of different kinds of straws and see what artwork or invention you can create.

Education & Learning

Backyard and Beyond: Bring the Night Sky Inside

01.10.17 at 2:00 PM - The Discovery Museum
177 Main Street, Acton, MA 01720
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Event included in museum admission, $12.50

The days are short in winter, but that just means there’s more time for star-gazing at night! Drop by to learn what you might see in the winter night sky, how to use a star chart, and ideas for winter star-gazing. Sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts.

Education & Learning

The Importance of Play in Supporting Literacy

01.11.17 - Natick High School
15 West Street Natick, MA 01760
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Free

7-9pm.  Carol Westby, PhD, international expert on play and literacy and developer of the Play Scale, speaks about the critical importance of play in building literacy and social development in preschool and elementary-age children. This event is free and open to parents and caregivers (preschool through elementary school).

Food & Drink

Hearthside Bounty

01.14.17 - Old Sturbridge Village
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$54.95 per person. (OSV Members $49.95)

6-9pm:  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 supper prepared in part at the hearth, guests may enjoy beverages fashionable in early New England, hear music and stories from an earlier time, and explore period games and entertainment. Learn about table manners from the period, when it was not only polite, but advised to eat from the knife. Registration is required. $54.95 per person. (OSV Members $49.95). To register, visit https://www.osv.org/event/hearthsidebounty/hearthside-bounty-Jan14

Community & Celebrations

Community Celebration in Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

01.16.17 at 11:00 AM - Wilson Middle School
22 Rutledge Road Natick, MA 01760
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Free

11am-1pm.  Celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and discover how his legacy continues to inspire and empower us all. All are welcome to participate in a brief service project following the celebration.

Arts & Culture

Make a MESS: Paint with What??

01.26.17 at 10:00 AM - The Discovery Museum
177 Main Street, Acton, MA 01720
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Event included in museum admission, $12.50

You won’t find any paint brushes in today’s program. We’ve searched the backrooms of the Museum to find silly objects to use instead. Experiment to see if you can create a painting with a toy dinosaur, a cup, a car, and more! The Make a MESS (Math, Engineering, Science, & Stuff) program series introduces STEAM(Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) concepts through exploration, imagination, and fun.

Food & Drink

Hearthside Bounty

01.28.17 - Old Sturbridge Village
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$54.95 per person (OSV Members $49.95)

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 supper prepared in part at the hearth, guests may enjoy beverages fashionable in early New England, hear music and stories from an earlier time, and explore period games and entertainment. Learn about table manners from the period, when it was not only polite, but advised to eat from the knife. $54.95 per person. (OSV Members $49.95) Inclusive of tax and gratuity Registration is required. To register, visit https://www.osv.org/event/hearthsidebounty/hearthside-bounty-Jan28 For more information, email osvinfo@osv.org or call 800-733-1830

Food & Drink

Hearthside Bounty

02.25.17 - Old Sturbridge Village
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$54.95 per person (OSV Members $49.95)

Experience an evening in a 19th-century tavern, 6-9pm, 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 supper prepared in part at the hearth, guests may enjoy beverages fashionable in early New England, hear music and stories from an earlier time, and explore period games and entertainment. $54.95 per person (OSV Members $49.95) Inclusive of tax and gratuity Registration is required. To register, visit https://www.osv.org/event/hearthsidebounty/hearthside-bounty-Feb25

Food & Drink

Hearthside Bounty

03.11.17 - Old Sturbridge Village
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$54.95 per person (OSV Members $49.95)

6-9pm. 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 supper prepared in part at the hearth, guests may enjoy beverages fashionable in early New England, hear music and stories from an earlier time, and explore period games and entertainment. $54.95 per person (OSV Members $49.95) Inclusive of tax and gratuity Registration is required. To register, visit https://www.osv.org/event/hearthsidebounty/hearthside-bounty-Mar11

Food & Drink

Taste of MetroWest

03.21.17 at 5:00 PM
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Savor the best of the region at the 7th Annual Taste of MetroWest.  Dozens of restaurants and other food/drink purveyors providing generous samples of signature dishes and beverages.

Community & Celebrations

31st Annual Hudson Community Fest

06.10.17 at 9:00 AM - Downtown Hudson
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Food, music, vendors, activities, and fun all day!

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