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Arts & Culture

Senior and Thesis Exhibition 2019

05.11.19 at 10:00 AM - Wellesley College
106 Central Street, Wellesley 02481
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Free

Join the Art Department and the Media Arts and Sciences Program for the 2019 Senior and Thesis exhibition! Artwork by graduating thesis students and seniors in a variety of visual arts majors will be on display throughout the Jewett Arts Center.

Recreation & Sports

FUSC Memorial Day Classic Soccer Tournament

05.24.19 at 5:00 PM - Bowditch Athletic & Cultural Complex
Framingham 01702
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Framingham United Soccer Club will be hosting our 38th annual Memorial Day Classic. This tournament is a two day format which leaves Monday to enjoy the holiday weekend. The Memorial Day Classic is a competitive tournament held each year for teams who have come from all over New England. We are dedicated and strive to showcase top quality play with a strong emphasis on being good sports. We invite you to share in what we know will be a great tournament experience for you and your players this Memorial Day weekend. Our tournament is open to both girl’s and boys’ soccer teams in the following age groups: U8, U9, U10, U11, U12 and U14.

Arts & Culture

BEATLES NIGHT

05.26.19 at 4:00 PM
Medusa Brewing Company
111 Main St, Hudson
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Free

- All you need is LOVE - That's what's going on this Memorial Day weekend at Medusa! Starting at 4pm and ROCKING all night is an incredible lineup of talented musicians who have come together to deliver the taproom with a swath of Beatles hits. Being that this is our 4th year in a row for the event, we absolutely have to pump things up. DON'T MISS THIS ONE!

Arts & Culture

Concord Museum's 30th Annual Garden Tour (2 Dates)

05.31.19 at 9:00 AM
Concord Museum
200 Lexington Rd, Concord 01742
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Taking inspiration from gardening traditions from across the centuries and around the world, spend a delightful day on a self-guided tour of seven spectacular private gardens and one ribbon garden on the Concord Museum’s 30th Annual Garden Tour Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1, 2019, 9:00am to 4:00pm.
 

Food & Drink

MetroWest Young Professionals Shabbat Dinner

05.31.19 at 6:30 PM
Natick Community Organic Farm
117 Eliot Street, Natick 01760
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$10-$18

Come mix and mingle with other area Jewish Young Professionals in our Metrowest Shabbat dinner at a farm. Over the common language of food, participants will have the opportunity connect with others in the region. Expect good people, good eats and some structured Shabbat conversation.
 

Community & Celebrations

City of Framingham's Pride Flag Raising Ceremony

06.01.19 at 11:30 AM
Memorial Building Plaza
150 Concord Street, Framingham 01702
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Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer, Superintendent Robert Tremblay, City Councilors, and School Committee members invite the community to the inaugural Pride Flag Raising Ceremony on Saturday, June 1 at 11:30AM in the Memorial Plaza of City Hall. Join us as we kick off Pride Month to encourage and promote diversity, tolerance, and inclusiveness.

Nature

Garden Conservancy Open Days Garden Tour

06.02.19 at 10:00 AM
Brigham Hill Farm
128 Brigham Hill Road, North Grafton
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$10 per garden; children 12 and under free

Visit four gardens in Hardwick, North Grafton, and Petersham, open to benefit the Garden Conservancy. No reservations required; rain or shine. Highlights include water features, a walled vegetable garden, a chicken house with a sedum roof, a greenhouse featuring succulents, herb gardens, and a large meadow garden. A bonus pop-up plant sale will take place in Petersham with Garden Vision Epimediums and the Bunker Farm. Begin at Brigham Hill Farm or see www.gardenconservancy.org/open-days for additional locations.

Education & Learning

First Sunday (Free Admission)

06.02.19 at 11:00 AM
Museum of Russian Icons
203 Union Street, Clinton 01510
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Free

Enjoy free admission all day, courtesy of the Nypro Foundation.

Education & Learning

Respect the Nerd Festival

06.02.19 at 2:00 PM
Wellesley High School
50 Rice Street, Wellesley 02481
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Respect the Nerd Festival will include:
Math Casino - fun math games, interactive activities, challenging puzzles, and math money to win!
 
Fair - a myriad of games, a bouncy house, cotton candy, food trucks!
 

Arts & Culture

painting whimsical faces

06.04.19 at 6:00 PM
Kamala Art & Soul
747 Washington Avenue Holliston
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$94/$85

Imagine being able to paint and draw whimsical faces! It’s easy once you learn the formula I’ll share with you. Eyes, noses and lips all at your fingertips. Open to painters and non-painters alike. No drawing skills required. Just a willingness to take a chance and practice with us. In Painting Whimsical Faces, I will show you how to draw a face. Then you will take over and add your own wild and intuitive twist of paint, lines, shapes and colors. And because these faces are whimsical, you don’t have to worry about measuring up to some unattainable standard of perfection. Whatever face you paint will be marvelously whimsical and all your own! All supplies included ...

Education & Learning

Pasta Class

06.05.19 at 5:00 PM
Volturno Framingham
1 Edgell Road, Framingham 01701
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$80/$100

Join Volturno's team for a special, hands-on pasta-making class on the first Wednesday of the month.
 
Enjoy bites of delicious antipasti and regional Italian wine pairings as you learn the art of handmade pasta-making. Each class will focus on a different type of pasta and provide guests with their own station to create their very own dish.
 
At the chef's table ($100/person), work alongside Chef Joshua Swerling, get insider expertise and advisement, and hear a few stories from life in the kitchen. At the adjacent dining room tables ($80/person), take your lesson and put it to action.
 

Recreation & Sports

Putts & More Scholarship Fundraiser

06.06.19 at 3:00 PM
Putts & More
70 Concord Street, Holliston 01246
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$10

Enjoy an afternoon/evening with family and friends and help the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce Educational Foundation and Ashland Business Association’s Scholarship Fund score some awareness and raise funds. 
Golfer registration is $10 per person and will include Mini Golfing, a Free Ice Cream & Free Lawn Sports!
 

 

Education & Learning

Introduction to Traditional Zhostovo Painting

06.07.19 at 10:00 AM
Museum of Russian Icons
203 Union Street, Clinton 01510
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Members $125, Nonmembers $150

Learn to paint the Zhostovo style from one of the world’s leading authorities and teachers. This three project course is designed for painters who have never painted this style before or who want a refresher class to hone their skills. Daisies, cornflowers and a classic rose with an ornamental border will be painted. DecoArt will provide the Americana acrylic paints to be used in the classroom. The students will learn some Zhostovo history, how to set up your painting space, about painting supplies needed, the use and care of brushes, how to properly prepare a surface, how to transfer a design to the painting surface, when to use opaque and transparent paints, and some basic strokework. 

Students will also receive an introduction to the stages of the traditional painting - base painting, shading, and highlighting. There will also be a lesson on the beautiful ornamentation that adorns Zhostovo works. Added to this experience will be the opportunity to walk through the exhibition of many unique and beautiful examples of Zhostovo painting never before seen in one location. Students will leave full of excitement and ready to create many more paintings. The class fee includes complete written instructions, line drawings, colored worksheets of each stage, and three days of classroom instruction. Students will also be given access to a recorded version of the class in Tricia’s online classroom, where lessons can be reviewed or repeated. There is an additional surface fee, plus the brushes and all of the supplies needed may be purchased in class (except for a short list of household items). Students must have the required sable brushes, or purchase them in class. The class is designed for adult painters, and some previous painting experience or teacher permission is required. Please contact me with any questions.

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Education & Learning

Top Tips for Spring and Summer Nature Photography

06.08.19 at 9:00 AM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot St., Natick 01760
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Adults $60 Members, $75 Non-Members

Get great tips from a pro as you learn to overcome some of the top challenges of nature photography. From tricky lighting to moving wildlife, we will cover these and other challenges as we explore beautiful late spring and early summer habitats around the sanctuary. Small class size for individual attention. This class will run rain or shine. (In case of rain, indoor photo options will be provided) Pre-registration required. Online registration available. Tripod recommended. Ethan Gordon is a widely published photojournalist and former photography magazine editor. He teaches several different photography classes at Broadmoor.

Other

Framingham's first Repair Cafe

06.08.19 at 10:00 AM
First Parish in Framingham Unitarian Universalist
24 Vernon St., Framingham
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FREE

Enjoy a free drink and a snack, have fun, and work with a volunteer to repair your broken household item for free! Most items are welcome, but we specialize in mendable clothing, lamps, small appliances, computers and other electronics, bikes, toys, outdoor power equipment, and dull blades. If your item needs a part, save time and bring the new part with you. For more information, see our website: TransitionFramingham.org/repair-cafe/ An all-volunteer project of the Framingham Rotary Club with support from Transition Framingham and First Parish Climate Action Team TO VOLUNTEER: tinyurl.com/FramFixVolunteer or contact: Marybeth Croci at marybeth.croci@gmail.com, (774) 279-3691

Community & Celebrations

BrewCycle

06.08.19 at 12:00 PM - Exhibit A Brewing
81 Morton St Framingham 01701
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free

Beer garden Kids activities & bounce house Live music & food truck Fashion, technology, and fitness tips from local cycling vendors

Education & Learning

Focus on Macro Photography Workshop

06.08.19 at 1:00 PM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot St., Natick 01760
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Adults $60 Members, $75 Non-Members

Explore photography from a different perspective, close-up! A great opportunity to work with a pro on specific challenges affecting macro photography including depth of field issues and lighting. Take your photography to a whole new level with this workshop as we explore the nature of Broadmoor up close with our cameras! Small class size for individual attention. Tripod recommended. Pre-registration required. Online registration available. Ethan Gordon is a widely published photojournalist and former photography magazine editor. He teaches several different photography classes at Broadmoor.

Community & Celebrations

Wellesley EID Fest

06.08.19 at 2:00 PM
Wellesley Town Hall Green
525 Washington Street, Wellesley 02484
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FREE

The Inaugural Wellelsey Eid Fest will take place Saturday June 8th from 2-4 PM at the Wellesley Town Hall Green. A thank you to all Wellsonians for your kindness and support for the Muslim community in our amazing town!
 
All welcome for some free family fun!
 
Hair & Nails
Arts & Crafts
Tattoos
Lawn Games
Face Painting
Much Much More!
 

Arts & Culture

June Comedy Night

06.08.19 at 7:30 PM
Exhibit 'A' Brewing Company
81 Morton Street, Framingham 01702
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Join us for a fun night of stand-up comedy inside the brewery! This monthly show features the best local comedy talent from New England along with amazing beer.
 
This months comedians are:
John Sucich
Chloe Cunha
Alex Giampapa
Carolyn Plummer

Recreation & Sports

MetroWest K9 5K

06.09.19 at 8:00 AM
Metrowest YMCA Family Outdoor Center
45 East Street, Hopkinton 01748
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The this unique dog-friendly trail 5K is only part of the fun. Be wowed by the doggy demonstrations, visit vendors from the human and animal fields, enjoy music, and grab a bite to eat for you and your pup while you soak up the sun. However you choose to participate, you are helping raise money for the MVMA Charities, which funds the care of stray animals and provides emergency & disaster preparedness and response education and equipment for first responders across Massachusetts.

Arts & Culture

Take it to the Curator

06.14.19 at 11:00 AM
Museum of Russian Icons
203 Union Street, Clinton 01510
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$20 per object, limit four objects per 20-minute t

Want to know more about your icon? Bring your objects in for an assessment clinic provided by the members of the Museum’s curatorial team. The assessment includes the approximate age of your icon, where and how it was made, and for what purpose it was made. Find out if your icon is a Church icon or an icon for domestic display, and receive information on conservation and appraisal services. Assessments do not include financial appraisals, per IRS tax code prohibiting the valuation of objects by a nonprofit. A second clinic will be held on Friday, November 1, 2019.

Nature

Father's Day Weekend Canoe on the Charles

06.15.19 at 8:30 AM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot St., Natick 01760
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Adults: $36 Members; $46 Non-Members

Celebrate Father's Day early with a relaxing canoe trip! Watch the morning mist rising off the river while we keep an eye out for great blue herons and other birds gliding over the water. Enjoy the beautiful views and wildlife as we paddle along the Charles river. (Paddlers must be 12 or older) Instructions and Directions: Pre-registration required. Online registration available. Directions to the meeting location and additional information are included in a link in the registration confirmation email. Canoes, paddles, lifejackets, a basic paddling overview & guides are all provided.

Community & Celebrations

Hudson Fest

06.15.19 at 9:00 AM
South Street, Hudson
South Street, Hudson
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The Hudson Fest draws thousands to South Street in downtown Hudson and takes place the 2nd Saturday after Memorial Day. The event features sidewalk sales, free family entertainment and dozens of vendors. The event includes a dozen children’s activities, both free and for a small fee,and the Hudson Rotary Club's Annual Duck Race. Much of South Street is closed down for this event.

Community & Celebrations

MetroFest 2019

06.15.19 at 11:00 AM
Bowditch Athletic and Cultural Complex
475 Union Avenue, Framingham 01702
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MetroFest, the MetroWest Visitors Burea's signature event, showcases the richness and diversity of the region's music, arts and culinary offerings, with a wide range of activities anticipated to attract 8,000+ visitors.

Nature

Herons Galore! Birding at the Rookery

06.16.19 at 7:00 AM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot St., Natick 01760
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Adults: $15 Members; $18 Non-Members, Child $8m/ $

What are those huge nests weighing down tall tree tops? It's a great blue heron rookery! Most of the time, these beautiful birds are well camouflaged as they wade through wetlands fishing with their long beaks. The rookery gives a different view of these birds as they perch majestically and take flight with their 6-foot wingspans. Come learn more about these amazing birds and others that share these wetlands. Pre-registration required. Online registration available.

Recreation & Sports

Tour de Natick Ride for Scholars

06.16.19 at 10:00 AM
Natick Community Organic Farm
1 Common Street, Natick
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The Tour de Natick is a family event held each Father's Day on the Natick Common by the Rotary Club of Natick.  The route is a 6 mile loop leaving the common at 11 AM and returning for lunch immediately following. 
 
The Tour de Natick raises money for the Rotary Club of Natick’s charitable foundation to benefit Natick Scholars.  Each year the Rotary club of Natick gives away over $10,000 in scholarships to graduating Natick High School Seniors.  Additionally, we give out over 300 dictionaries to third graders through our dictionary program.  Over the past 13 years we have been able to give out over $151,000 in scholarships and over 4,500 dictionaries because of the Tour de Natick. 

Nature

Evening Canoe on the Charles

06.21.19 at 6:00 PM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot Street, Natick 01760
Website
Adults: $36 Members; $46 Non-Members

Enjoy a paddle down one of the most beautiful stretches of the Charles River, past Medfield State Hospital and up into the Medfield marshes. Watch as the sun sets over the river and listen for the evening sounds of birds, frogs and other creatures. Instructions and Directions: Pre-registration required. Online registration available. Directions to the meeting location and additional information are included in a link in the registration confirmation email. Canoes, paddles, lifejackets, a basic paddling overview & guides are all provided.

Arts & Culture

Demo Tape Fest

06.22.19 at 11:00 AM
Exhibit 'A' Brewing Company
81 Morton Street, Framingham 01702
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$25

Demo Tape Fest is an all-day all-ages outdoor music festival featuring amazing music, food and of course beer.
 
This year’s lineup is:
School of Rock Natick House Band
Cherry Pit
Junior Classics
John Powhida International Airport
Fire in the Field
Chris Brokaw Band
with headliner
Weakened Friends
 
DJ J-Wall will once again be spinning his hot mixes all day long.
 
Food will be available for purchase from Streat Food Rx
 
Proceeds from this year’s ticket sales and Liquid Tender IPA benefit our friends at OUT MetroWest

Community & Celebrations

Summer Solstice Concert & Celebration

06.22.19 at 2:00 PM
Museum of Russian Icons
203 Union Street, Clinton 01510
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MoRI and BRAI Members: $25 before June 16, $30 aft

Concert, 2:00pm; Reception 3:30pm Internationally renowned cellist and Tchaikovsky prize-winner Yosif Feigelson brings his artistry to the Museum of Russian Icons with a wide-ranging program for solo cello. Presented by Ballets Russes Arts Initiative in connection with the exhibit Jacques' Menagerie, the concert will feature music by Bach, Prokofiev and Albeniz as well as Mieczyslaw Weinberg and Gaspar Cassado. It will be followed by a wine reception.

Nature

Evening Canoe on the Charles

06.22.19 at 6:00 PM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot St., Natick 01760
Website
Adults: $36 Members; $46 Non-Members

Enjoy a paddle down one of the most beautiful stretches of the Charles River, past Medfield State Hospital and up into the Medfield marshes. Watch as the sun sets over the river and listen for the evening sounds of birds, frogs and other creatures. Instructions and Directions: Pre-registration required. Online registration available. Directions to the meeting location and additional information are included in a link in the registration confirmation email. Canoes, paddles, lifejackets, a basic paddling overview & guides are all provided.

Nature

Summer Wildflower Exploration

06.23.19 at 10:00 AM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot St., Natick 01760
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Adults: $25 Members; $30 Non-Members

Come learn from the best! This guided walk will focus on learning about spring and summer wildflowers in Broadmoor's diverse meadow and wetland habitats. Learn about asters, milkweed and other essential flowers for pollinators and much more. We will cover both native and introduced plants. Book signing available after the walk. Pre-registration required. Online registration available. Ted Elliman is a Botanist with the native Plant Trust (Formerly New England Wildflower Society) and Author of Wildflowers of New England

Nature

Fun with Butterflies & Dragonflies

06.23.19 at 1:00 PM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot St., Natick 01760
Website
Adult $12 Members/ $14 Non-Members, Child $6m/ $8n

Discover the amazing number of dragonflies, damselflies and butterflies that make Broadmoor home! What is a damselfly? How do dragonflies survive the winter? Is that a butterfly or a moth? Come learn all about these beautiful winged creatures and how to help our local butterflies this summer! Pre-registration required. Online registration available.

Nature

The Wonderful World of Butterflies & Dragonflies

06.23.19 at 2:30 PM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot St., Natick 01760
Website
Adults: $12 Members; $15 Non-Members

Damselfly or dragonfly, butterfly or moth? How do you tell the difference? Summer is a great time for a wide variety of butterflies and dragonflies. Why is Broadmoor such a great place to see these animals? What attracts butterflies? Learn about and explore the world of these beautiful flying insects at some of Broadmoor's hotspots. Pre-registration required. Online registration available.

Arts & Culture

Summer Film Series 2019: A Wrinkle in Time

06.27.19 at 7:00 PM - Davis Museum at Wellesley College
106 Central Street, Wellesley 02481
Website
Free

Take advantage of the warm summer nights and join us outdoors on the Davis Plaza for the fourth annual summer film series. In preparation for this fall’s major solo exhibition Fatimah Tuggar: Home’s Horizons, this year’s theme explores futuristic technology. Join us at 7:00 pm for exclusive tours and art making activities before each screening, which starts at dusk. Free beer (21+) and snacks! General seating; BYO folding chairs and blankets. FREE admission and parking. In case of rain, film will be moved inside. Thursdays: June 27: A Wrinkle in Time July 11: Back to the Future July 25: WALL-E August 8: The Fifth Element June 27: A Wrinkle in Time Based on the timeless classic and filled with spectacle, warmth and heart, this celebrated film follows an ordinary girl’s epic adventure and brave journey to save her family, with the ultimate triumph of love.

Nature

Evening Canoe on the Charles

06.28.19 at 6:00 PM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot St., Natick 01760
Website
Adults: $36 Members; $46 Non-Members

Enjoy a paddle down one of the most beautiful stretches of the Charles River, past Medfield State Hospital and up into the Medfield marshes. Watch as the sun sets over the river and listen for the evening sounds of birds, frogs and other creatures. Instructions and Directions: Pre-registration required. Online registration available. Directions to the meeting location and additional information are included in a link in the registration confirmation email. Canoes, paddles, lifejackets, a basic paddling overview & guides are all provided.

Nature

Evening Canoe on the Charles

06.29.19 at 6:00 PM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot St., Natick 01760
Website
Adults: $36 Members; $46 Non-Members

Enjoy a paddle down one of the most beautiful stretches of the Charles River, past Medfield State Hospital and up into the Medfield marshes. Watch as the sun sets over the river and listen for the evening sounds of birds, frogs and other creatures. Instructions and Directions: Pre-registration required. Online registration available. Directions to the meeting location and additional information are included in a link in the registration confirmation email. Canoes, paddles, lifejackets, a basic paddling overview & guides are all provided.

Nature

Fun with Butterflies & Dragonflies

06.30.19 at 1:00 PM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot St., Natick 01760
Website
Adult $12 Members/ $14 Non-Members, Child $6m/ $8n

Discover the amazing number of dragonflies, damselflies and butterflies that make Broadmoor home! What is a damselfly? How do dragonflies survive the winter? Is that a butterfly or a moth? Come learn all about these beautiful winged creatures and how to help our local butterflies this summer! Pre-registration required. Online registration available.

Nature

Ice Cream and...Frogs

07.05.19 at 7:30 PM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
80 Eliot Street, Natick 01760
Website
Adult $13 Members / $15 Non-Members, Child $7m/ $9

What's better than ice cream on a summer night? Why not add a little fun outdoor exploration? Join the adventure as we look for flashing fireflies, listen for the songs of frogs and katydids and use a "bat detector" to find our local bats. Frogs: July 5 Fireflies: July 19 Bats: August 2 Pre-registration required. Online registration available.

Nature

Canoeing with Eagles

07.06.19 at 11:00 AM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot Street, Natick 01760
Website
Adults $46 Members, $56 Non-Members

Join us in the scenic Monadnock region of New Hampshire for a day canoeing with nesting bald eagles and loons. Watch for adult eagles as they soar and fish and juveniles as they stretch their wings in preparation to leave the nest. Bring a lunch for a picnic part way. Instructions and Directions: Pre-registration required. Online registration available. Directions to the meeting location and additional information are included in a link in the registration confirmation email. Canoes, paddles, lifejackets, a basic paddling overview & guides are all provided.

Nature

Fun with Butterflies & Dragonflies

07.07.19 at 1:00 PM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot Street, Natick 01760
Website
Adult $12 Members/ $14 Non-Members, Child $6m/ $8n

Discover the amazing number of dragonflies, damselflies and butterflies that make Broadmoor home! What is a damselfly? How do dragonflies survive the winter? Is that a butterfly or a moth? Come learn all about these beautiful winged creatures and how to help our local butterflies this summer! Pre-registration required. Online registration available.

Nature

The Wonderful World of Butterflies & Dragonflies

07.07.19 at 2:30 PM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot Street, Natick 01760
Website
Adults: $12 Members; $15 Non-Members

Damselfly or dragonfly, butterfly or moth? How do you tell the difference? Summer is a great time for a wide variety of butterflies and dragonflies. Why is Broadmoor such a great place to see these animals? What attracts butterflies? Learn about and explore the world of these beautiful flying insects at some of Broadmoor's hotspots. Pre-registration recommended. Online registration available.

Arts & Culture

Cochran Wrenn Duo in Concert at Gore Place

07.09.19 at 7:30 PM
Gore Place
Gore Street, Waltham
Website
$16, $13 members, $11 students

The Cochran Wrenn Duo will be featured on the Carriage House Concert Series at Gore Place. They will perform a selection of music for flute and guitar in the beautiful and historic Carriage House. They will be performing Bryan Wrenn's arrangements of the Canon alla Ottava and Canon alla duodecima from Bach's "The Art of Fugue," David Leisner's Away, Jose Merlin's new flute and guitar version of the Suite del Recuerdo, and Michio Miyagi's Haru no Umi.

Arts & Culture

Summer Film Series 2019: Back to the Future

07.11.19 at 7:00 PM - Davis Museum at Wellesley College
106 Central Street, Wellesley 02481
Website
Free

Take advantage of the warm summer nights and join us outdoors on the Davis Plaza for the fourth annual summer film series. In preparation for this fall’s major solo exhibition Fatimah Tuggar: Home’s Horizons, this year’s theme explores futuristic technology. Join us at 7:00 pm for exclusive tours and art making activities before each screening, which starts at dusk. Free beer (21+) and snacks! General seating; BYO folding chairs and blankets. FREE admission and parking. In case of rain, film will be moved inside. Thursdays: July 11: Back to the Future July 25: WALL-E August 8: The Fifth Element July 11: Back to the Future When teenager Marty McFly is blasted to 1955 in the DeLorean time machine created by the eccentric Doc Brown, he finds himself mixed up in a time-altering chain reaction that could vaporize his future — and leave him trapped in the past.

Food & Drink

Ice Cream and...Fireflies

07.19.19 at 7:30 PM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot Street, Natick 01760
Website
Adult $13 Members / $15 Non-Members, Child $7m/ $9

What's better than ice cream on a summer night? Why not add a little fun outdoor exploration? Join the adventure as we look for flashing fireflies, listen for the songs of frogs and katydids and use a "bat detector" to find our local bats. Frogs: July 5 Fireflies: July 19 Bats: August 2 Pre-registration required. Online registration available.

Arts & Culture

Summer Film Series 2019: WALL-E

07.25.19 at 7:00 PM
Davis Museum at Wellesley College
106 Central Street, Wellesley 02481
Website
Free

Take advantage of the warm summer nights and join us outdoors on the Davis Plaza for the fourth annual summer film series. In preparation for this fall’s major solo exhibition Fatimah Tuggar: Home’s Horizons, this year’s theme explores futuristic technology. Join us at 7:00 pm for exclusive tours and art making activities before each screening, which starts at dusk. Free beer (21+) and snacks! General seating; BYO folding chairs and blankets. FREE admission and parking. In case of rain, film will be moved inside. Thursdays: July 25: WALL-E August 8: The Fifth Element July 25: WALL-E After hundreds of lonely years of doing what he was built for, the curious and lovable WALL-E discovers a new purpose in life when he meets a sleek search robot named EVE.

Arts & Culture

Summer Film Series 2019: Back to the Future

07.25.19 at 7:00 PM - Davis Museum at Wellesley College
106 Central Street, Wellesley 02481
Website
Free

Take advantage of the warm summer nights and join us outdoors on the Davis Plaza for the fourth annual summer film series. In preparation for this fall’s major solo exhibition Fatimah Tuggar: Home’s Horizons, this year’s theme explores futuristic technology. Join us at 7:00 pm for exclusive tours and art making activities before each screening, which starts at dusk. Free beer (21+) and snacks! General seating; BYO folding chairs and blankets. FREE admission and parking. In case of rain, film will be moved inside. Thursdays: July 11: Back to the Future July 25: WALL-E August 8: The Fifth Element July 11: Back to the Future When teenager Marty McFly is blasted to 1955 in the DeLorean time machine created by the eccentric Doc Brown, he finds himself mixed up in a time-altering chain reaction that could vaporize his future — and leave him trapped in the past.

Nature

Ice Cream and...Bats

08.02.19 at 7:30 PM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot Street, Natick 01760
Website
Adult $13 Members / $15 Non-Members, Child $7m/ $9

What's better than ice cream on a summer night? Why not add a little fun outdoor exploration? Join the adventure as we look for flashing fireflies, listen for the songs of frogs and katydids and use a "bat detector" to find our local bats. Frogs: July 5 Fireflies: July 19 Bats: August 2 Pre-registration required. Online registration available.

Nature

Fun with Butterflies & Dragonflies

08.04.19 at 1:00 PM - Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot St., Natick 01760
Website
Adult $12 Members/ $14 Non-Members, Child $6m/ $8n

Discover the amazing number of dragonflies, damselflies and butterflies that make Broadmoor home! What is a damselfly? How do dragonflies survive the winter? Is that a butterfly or a moth? Come learn all about these beautiful winged creatures and how to help our local butterflies this summer! Pre-registration required. Online registration available.

Arts & Culture

Summer Film Series 2019: The Fifth Element

08.08.19 at 7:00 PM - Davis Museum at Wellesley College
106 Central Street, Wellesley 02481
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Free

Take advantage of the warm summer nights and join us outdoors on the Davis Plaza for the fourth annual summer film series. In preparation for this fall’s major solo exhibition Fatimah Tuggar: Home’s Horizons, this year’s theme explores futuristic technology. Join us at 7:00 pm for exclusive tours and art making activities before each screening, which starts at dusk. Free beer (21+) and snacks! General seating; BYO folding chairs and blankets. FREE admission and parking. In case of rain, film will be moved inside. August 8: The Fifth Element In this outrageous sci-fi adventure, a New York cab driver unexpectedly becomes a hero in an extravagantly-styled tale of good against evil set in an unbelievable twenty-third century world.

Recreation & Sports

8th Annual Purple Passion 5K Run/3K Walk

09.21.19 at 7:30 AM
South Middlesex Opportunity Council
7 Bishop St, Framingham
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Saturday, September 21th 2019 7AM to 10AM Voices Against Violence/SMOC Headquarters 7 Bishop Street, Framingham. This is our 8th annual event and it includes a timed 5K Timed Run, Casual Run and Walk again this year! This family-friendly event will have activities for the kids, music, displays and speakers.

Recreation & Sports

18th Annual SMOC Golf Tournament

09.23.19 at 9:30 AM
Malborough Country Club
200 Concord Rd, Malborough 01752
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Monday, 23th September 2019 Shotgun start at 11AM Marlborough Country Club 200 Concord Road, Marlborough MA 01752 This is our 18th annual Golf Tournament to support our mission in helping those who are in need back to self-sufficiency!

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