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This Community Calendar is sponsored by the Town of Lexington. To be included in the calendar, an event must be Lexington based and open to the public. The Town of Lexington reserves the right to reject any submission. The Town of Lexington is not responsible for any errors contained in the postings. All rights reserved. Permission is required for redistribution or direct links. While some boards and committee meetings will be posted to the calendar, the official record of posting is the Calendar of Public Meetings which is maintained by the Town Clerk. Questions can be referred to: calendar@lexingtonma.gov

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Monday March 13, 2017 -  Friday March 31, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM APRIL VACATION CAMP for MIDDLE SCHOOLERS Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jessica or rhonda   781-862-9696   lacs.lexington@verizon.net
   

APRIL VACATION CAMP for MIDDLE SCHOOLERS

Ceramics • Painting • Polymer Clay • Needle Arts

Tuesday – Friday, April 18 – 21, 2017 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. $120.00

Come work in 4 different mediums over the course of one week. Each day campers will work with a different local artist in one of our workshops. Try woodworking, polymer clay, ceramics, painting and more.

Sign up on line through our website or stop by the office to register.

http://www.LACSma.org    
    Location: 130 Waltham Street, Lexington
Saturday March 18, 2017 -  Sunday April 2, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  4:00 PM IMAGE/IMAGINATION An exhibition by the Polymer Clay/Beaders Guild and the Photography Guild Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jessica    781-862-9696   lacs.lexington@verizon.net
   

Lexington Arts and Crafts Society

IMAGE/IMAGINATION

An exhibition by the Polymer Clay/Beaders Guild and the Photography Guild

The Photography and Polymer Clay & Beading Guilds of the Lexington Arts and Crafts Society invite you to explore the visual and dimensional worlds of the imagination at their annual Gallery Show and Sale, opening March 18th and running through April 2nd.                

The artists in this exhibit communicate what they have imagined in photographic images or in objects of adornment and contemplation. Whether on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to a faraway location or a neighborhood stroll, deep in the heart of the natural world or face to face with human culture and history --- these artists both look and see, and then reimagine the seen into deeply personal creations.

You’ll see new and exciting work from members of both Guilds, as well as collaborative cross-Guild projects that use photographic images as inspiration, or incorporate photographic images into three-dimensional objects. You’ll also learn about a variety of image transfer techniques for polymer clay.

Many of the gallery pieces are available for sale. In addition, a Gallery-to-Go section includes items available for immediate purchase. 

Reception:  Sunday, March 19, 2 – 4pm

Gallery Hours: Tuesday ~ Friday & Sunday 12-4 • Saturday 

 

 

Image/Imagination    
    Location: 130 Waltham Street, Lexington
Saturday March 25, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 19th Annual FREE Childrens’ Concert by The Master Singers of Lexington Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Cindy Neels   7818832837   neelsc77@gmail.com
   

Join us for a fun-filled free mid-afternoon concert for all ages. The Master Singers of Lexington and the Clarke Middle C’s will sing with elementary school choruses to present a delightful and entertaining program of songs about the colors of the rainbow. Selections range from classical to Broadway, children’s favorites, and pop. For directions please visit http://lps.lexingtonma.org/Page/1038 or call (781)729-7975. The Master Singers of Lexington is not affiliated with Lexington Public Schools. The chorus and Music Director Adam Grossman present this free concert annually to promote choral singing for elementary and middle school aged children.

Neels    
    Location: Clarke Middle School, 17 Stedman Road, Lexington MA
Sunday March 26, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 1:30 PM  -  3:30 PM Landscaping With Native Plants Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Keith Ohmart   781-862-6216   kohmart@verizon.net
   

Did you know that native plants - once established - do not require the use of chemicals such as herbicides and pesticides to maintain their beauty? Or that they don’t require extra watering? Did you know that our native pollinators and birds generally prefer native plants for nectaring and seed?

Citizens for Lexington Conservation and the Lexington Field and Garden Club will be hosting  the movie Urban and Suburban Meadows, which explains and illustrates the virtues and practicalities of replacing a conventional lawn with meadow landscaping.  In the movie, Catherine Zimmerman, an award winning photography director and a certified horticulturist and landscape designer, weaves her personal journey of changing her own landscaping choices into a guide that demonstrates both the need to change current, detrimental landscaping practices and the practical know-how and resources to accomplish that change.   Following the video, local experts with experience in creating natural backyard habitats will answer questions from the audience based on their own experience.

 

The event will be held on Sunday, March 26, from 1:30 to 3:30 pm in the large lecture room at Cary Memorial Library.  Please join us for this video and panel discussion.  

 
misc_none Urban and Suburban Meadows Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
 
misc_none 1:30 PM  -  3:30 PM Urban and Suburban Meadows Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Bridget Galdes   339-933-1788   bagius@aol.com
   

The Citizens for Lexington Conservation and the Lexington Field and Garden Club are hosting two events that focus on how individual homeowners and community groups can create Meadow Landscapes populated with Native Plants that support  native pollinators and birds.

The first event will feature the movie Urban and Suburban Meadows, which explains and illustrates the virtues and practicalities of replacing a conventional lawn with meadow landscaping.  In the movie, Catherine Zimmerman, an award winning photography director and a certified horticulturist and landscape designer, weaves her personal journey of changing her own landscaping choices into a guide that demonstrates both the need to change current, detrimental landscaping practices and the practical know-how and resources to accomplish that change.   Following the video, local experts with experience in creating natural backyard habitats will answer questions from the audience based on their own experience.

Event will be held at the lecture room at Cary Memorial Library.

Event is free and refreshments will be provided.  Come join us!

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Location: Cary Hall, 1605 Mass Avenue
 
misc_none 3:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Through Thick and Thin: Exploring Body Image and Eating Disorders Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Sue Tafler   781-863-8815   suetafler@verizon.net
   

Through Thick and Thin: Exploring Body Image and Eating Disorders

Temple Isaiah, 55 Lincoln Street, Lexington

In this informative and honest session sponsored by the Temple Isaiah Mental Health Initiative, we’ll explore body image—how a person perceives his or her physical self and the resulting thoughts and feelings, positive, negative, or both. We’ll also delve into the complex and pervasive issue of eating disorders—serious, life-threatening illnesses that impact millions of people of all ages and genders. Our keynote speaker will be clinical psychologist Jodi Galin, who has worked for 20 years counseling people with eating disorders as well as other mental health issues. In addition, Jamie and Leslie Goldberg and Karen Funkenstein will tell their stories: Jamie will talk about her battle with an eating disorder, and Leslie will speak from the perspective of a parent helping her child through this crisis; Karen will share her failures and successes with an eating disorder that was realized at age 37. Q & A will be moderated by Cynthia Piltch.
Whether you’ve encountered eating disorders in your own life, or are concerned about helping your children develop positive body image, you will gain a lot from this program. The program will be followed by refreshments, at which time resources on body image and eating disorders will be available. Temple Isaiah is fully handicap accessible.
 

Temple Isaiah    
    Location: 55 Lincoln Street
 
misc_none 3:30 PM  -  5:30 PM PMC Fundraiser Minecraft Workshop Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Taylor Tutwiler   617-395-7527   info@empow.me
   

Grab a pickaxe and join your fellow Minecraftians for a class in design challenges. Our instructors teach the fundamentals of electrical engineering using Redstone, a special kind of element that mimics electricity almost perfectly. As they master their Redstone skills, we teach key concepts in programming, architecture, and pixel art, all while using teamwork and social skills. It’s the perfect blend of fun, learning, and creativity.

By signing up for a PMC workshop with Empow Studios, your money is equivalent to a donation. 100% of your workshop price goes to the Jimmy Fund in support of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute for cancer care and research, so it’s tax deductible!

March 26th - Minecraft Workshop

We are partnering with Pinot's Palette https://www.pinotspalette.com/lexingtoncenter/events who are also donating to the PMC a portion of their sales.

Sign up here!    
    Location: 1776 Massachusetts Ave
 
misc_none 7:00 PM Book talk by Rick Beyer Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Stacey Fraser   7818623763   sfraser@lexingtonhistory.org
   

Book talk by Rick Beyer

Sunday, March 26, 7 PM at the Depot

Back by popular demand!  Lexington author Rick Beyer discusses his latest book Rivals Unto Death: Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. We'll celebrate the publication of this book and hear from Rick how it came to be and the interesting stories he discovered.  

Free and open to the public.

http://www.lexingtonhistory.org/events.html    
    Location: 13 Depot Sq.
Thursday March 30, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 7:00 PM  -  9:00 PM Community Conversation on Racial Justice Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Sean Osborne   781-454-5271   sosborne@osd-ec.com
   

Community Conversation on Racial Justice, hosted by the Lexington Human Rights Committee 
Thursday March 30 (7:00 – 9:00 PM)  Sacred Heart Parish Hall -718 Massachusetts Ave.
Building on the recent Martin Luther King Day event at Grace Church, with remarks from three panelists.
-Kaija Gisolfi-McCready, Lexington High School Jr. member of LHS Black Lives Matter
-Laura Lapointe, Christian Science liaison to Clergy Association
-Suni Thomas-George, Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Commissioner
The hopes for this night are to build deeper understanding around how racism manifests in our local community, to learn more about how to be a vehicle for confronting racial injustice, and finding specific ways each of us can work to repair the damage done.

    Location: Sacred Heart Parish Hall, 718 Massachusetts Ave.
Saturday April 1, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 7:30 AM Singing the Body Electric: Contemporary Poets Respond to the Works of Walt Whitman Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Erin McCormack   781-275-7249   dkkelm@aol.com
   

Singing the Body Electric:  Contemporary Poets Respond to the Works of Walt Whitman” will be featured for the April 1, 2017 Munroe Saturday Nights performance.  The evening of poetry, coordinated by published local poet Cammy Thomas, will feature the work of eighteen acclaimed artists including Gail Mazur, Lloyd Schwartz, Regie O’Hare Gibson, Tom Daley, Linda Bamber, and many others.  Each poet will offer part of a Whitman poem and will then share a poem of their own, inspired by Whitman’s work.  In addition to those mentioned above, poets will also include Nancy Boutilier, Robert Carr, Christine Casson, Amy Clark, Jennifer Clarvoe, Steven Cramer, Joan Houlihan, Dorian Kotsiopoulos, Julia Lisella, Theodora Stratis, Joyce Swagerty, Daniel Tobin, and Rosamond Zimmermann. Previous Munroe Saturday Nights poetry events have celebrated the works of Emily Dickinson, Robert Frost, and William Shakespeare.

The program will be held at First Parish in Lexington, 7 Harrington Road, at the head of the Lexington Battle Green.  The performance begins at 7:30 PM and the works of participating artists will be available for sale. 

Reservations are strongly recommended for this event A suggested donation of $10/person is invited. First Parish is handicapped accessible, and free parking is available at the rear of the church. Reservations are strongly encouraged.  Visit http://www.munroecenter.org/reserve-your-seat.html to reserve your seat.

http://www.muroecenter.org    
    Location: 7 Harrington Rd, Lexington MA
 
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Lexington Conservation Stewards Stewardship Saturday Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   7816984505   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   
Join the Lexington Conservation Stewards for a morning of stone wall clearing and invasive plant removal at Wright Farm. Park and meet at Wright Farm driveway on Grove Street. This is a great opportunity to fulfill community service requirements.

ALL STEWARDSHIP SATURDAYS 9 A.M.-12 P.M.

IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, CONTACT THE CONSERVATION DIVISION FOR CANCELLATION INFORMATION.

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome. Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator, at jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov or 781-698-4532, to RSVP and for more information.

PLEASE BRING WORK GLOVES AND WORK-APPROPRIATE CLOTHING (NO OPEN-TOED SHOES). 

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misc_none Singing the Body Electric: Contemporary Poets Respond to the Works of Walt Whitman Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Singing the Body Electric:  Contemporary Poets Respond to the Works of Walt Whitman” will be featured for the April 1, 2017 Munroe Saturday Nights performance.  The evening of poetry, coordinated by published local poet Cammy Thomas, will feature the work of eighteen acclaimed artists including Gail Mazur, Lloyd Schwartz, Regie O’Hare Gibson, Tom Daley, Linda Bamber, and many others.  Each poet will offer part of a Whitman poem and will then share a poem of their own, inspired by Whitman’s work.  In addition to those mentioned above, poets will also include Nancy Boutilier, Robert Carr, Christine Casson, Amy Clark, Jennifer Clarvoe, Steven Cramer, Joan Houlihan, Dorian Kotsiopoulos, Julia Lisella, Theodora Stratis, Joyce Swagerty, Daniel Tobin, and Rosamond Zimmermann. Previous Munroe Saturday Nights poetry events have celebrated the works of Emily Dickinson, Robert Frost, and William Shakespeare.

The program will be held at First Parish in Lexington, 7 Harrington Road, at the head of the Lexington Battle Green.  The performance begins at 7:30 PM and the works of participating artists will be available for sale. 

Reservations are strongly recommended for this event A suggested donation of $10/person is invited. First Parish is handicapped accessible, and free parking is available at the rear of the church. Reservations are strongly encouraged.  Visit http://www.munroecenter.org/reserve-your-seat.html to reserve your seat.

 
misc_none 7:30 PM  -  9:00 PM Singing the Body Electric: A Celebration of Walt Whitman Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: cristina burwell   781.862.6040   cristina@munroecenter.org
   

Come discover the poetry of Walt Whitman, considered to be one of America’s most important poets. Over a dozen local poets will read a selection by Whitman followed by a poem of their own, and then briefly discuss the connection.  This is the next in the series of free performances by Munroe Saturday Nights, held at First Parish Church on the Lexington Green.  Patrons are asked to reserve a seat in advance to help organizers plan seating on the evening of the performance at www.munroecenter.org 

Reserve a seat!    
    Location: 7 Harrington Rd, Lexington MA
 
misc_none 8:00 PM Lexington Symphony Presents: Discover New Worlds Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leslie Cargill   6179139000   leslie@cargillboston.com
   

Lexington Symphony Presents:

Discover New Worlds

 

Saturday, April 1, 2017

7:00 p.m.: Pre-Concert Talk with Maestro Jonathan McPhee

8:00 p.m.: Concert

 

Join Lexington Symphony and Music Director Jonathan McPhee for an evening of culture and music from three masters. Be transported by the brooding melodies of Jean Sibelius that call to mind his Finnish homeland; by the evocative style of Turkish composer Baris Perker, who now resides in the U.S.; and by Antonin Dvo?ák’s iconic New World Symphony, his description of 1800s America through the eyes of a visitor, as you've never heard it before.

 

Jean Sibelius | En Saga

Baris Perker | The Dreamy Dance

Antonin Dvo?ák | New World Symphony

 

Tickets $15-$50

Purchase online: https://lexingtonsymphony.secure.force.com/ticket

Purchase by phone: 781.523.9009

Get Tickets to Discover New Worlds    
    Location: Cary Hall, 1605 Mass Avenue
Tuesday April 4, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 7:00 PM Lexington Historical Society Annual Meeting Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Stacey Fraser   7818623763   sfraser@lexingtonhistory.org
   

Lexington Historical Society Annual Meeting

Tuesday, April 4, 7:00 PM 
Social hour 7 PM, business meeting 7:30 PM.

Featured speaker is BJ Dunn, the new Superintendent of Minuteman National Historical Park. Dunn came to Minuteman in January 2017 from stints at Independence National Historical Park, Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site, Thaddeus Kosciuszko National Monument, Gloria Dei (Old Swedes) Church National Historic Site, and the Benjamin Franklin National Memorial.  BJ will speak about his career, particularly in Philadelphia, and his hopes for the future of Minuteman National Historical Park.

Free and open to the public.
 

 

 

http://www.lexingtonhistory.org/events.html    
    Location: 13 Depot Sq.
Friday April 7, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM First Friday Forums hosted by the League of Women Voters of Lexington Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jeanne Canale   781-863-1733   lwvlexington@gmail.com
   

Helping Refugees in Today's World  

Have you ever wondered, “is there something I could do to help people in the refugee crisis, but I don’t have much time and what can one person do?”

Please join us at our April 7, First Friday Forum where Tom Tsaros will present information about a relatively newly formed group, called LexRAP, which is welcoming and directly helping both refugees and asylum seekers in Lexington and nearby areas.   For more information,  http://www.lexrap.org.

This is the seventh in the series of 2016-2017 First Friday Forums hosted by the League of Women Voters of Lexington to promote awareness and understanding of public policy issues. Coffee will be available at 9:15AM, and the presentation will begin at 9:30. All League forums are free and open to the public. 

 For more information, contact the League at lwvlexington@gmail.com.

The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan organization dedicated to the principles of self-government established in the Constitution of the United States.  The League works to promote political responsibility through informed and active participation of citizens in government.

    Location: 1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA
 
misc_none 6:45 PM  -  8:45 PM Lexington Family Movie Night! Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Thomas Romano   7816984813   tromano@lexingtonma.gov
   
Fee: $5/Family
Ages: 5+
Date: Friday, April 7th
Time: 6:45-8:45pm

Location: Lexington Community Center Room 139

Come join us for another great Family Movie Night at the Community

Center!  Bring family, friends, and neighbors.  We will be serving popcorn and watching a family friendly movie!

“Walk-ins” are welcome, but pre-registration is required to be guaranteed participation in this event.

 

Sign up at the front desk of the Community Center or online!

Make sure to like us on Facebook @

https://www.facebook.com/lexreccommunitycenter/

Romano    
    Location: 39 Marrett Road
Saturday April 8, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Lexington Conservation Stewards Stewardship Saturday Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   7816984505   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   

Join the Lexington Conservation Stewards for a morning of trail building at Shaker Glen Conservation Area. Parking at Christ's Revolution Church. Meet at the trail entrance behind Christ's Revolution Church. This is a great opportunity to fulfill community service requirements.

ALL STEWARDSHIP SATURDAYS 9 A.M.-12 P.M. 

IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, CONTACT THE CONSERVATION DIVISION FOR CANCELLATION INFORMATION. 

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome. Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator, at jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov or 781-698-4532, to RSVP and for more information.

PLEASE BRING WORK GLOVES AND WORK-APPROPRIATE CLOTHING (NO OPEN-TOED SHOES). ALL TOOLS AND INSTRUCTION PROVIDED BY THE CONSERVATION STEWARDS.

 
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Active Bystander Training Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Tanya Gisolfi    617-501-5112   gisolfit@verizon.net
   

Sponsored by the Lexington Human Rights Committee and Lexington Interfaith Clergy Association,Active Bystanders’ Training helps participants recognize when they are bystanders to harmful situations, and analyze and evaluate the consequences for everyone involved. The training will help bystanders understand how they can safely interrupt harmful situations and encourage more positive actions by others. Through the training individuals will gain competencies they need to help decide when and how to act when they witness something they feel is unfair, wrong, or troubling.

Please register at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0f4ca8a92ba20-2houractivehttp://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0f4ca8a92ba20-2houractive

http://www.signupgenius.com    
    Location: Christ Revolution Church,451 Lowell St
 
misc_none 10:30 AM  -  5:00 PM LexDesi - Let's Play Holi Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Shivaranjani Botla   6173081403   lexdesiz@gmail.com
   

Come and party hard with your whole family and dance away to this one of a kind of HOLI party with a GRAND HOLI PARADE in Lexington Mass. 
Tickets: http://www.lexdesi.com/lets-play-holi-2017.html

- ORGANIC colors
- DELICIOUS Indian cuisine
- DESI BEATS by Dj Panksta
- Special colorful CULTURAL SHOW
- Games and fun activities for KIDS 
- A GRAND HOLI PARADE where we will sing and dance in a shower of colors from St. Brigid church in Lexington to the historic Hastings Park

All other local community organizations are welcome to join and celebrate in the "Spring Festival" march.

Tickets information:
Early bird special discounted price - (until March 1st) 
Adults - $30
Kids above 5 yrs - $20
Kids below 5 yrs - Free. 
Regular Price - (After March 1st)
Adults - $35
Kids above 5 yrs - $25
Kids below 5 yrs - Free.
"Early bird tickets are limited and first come first serve, so book them fast before they are sold out" 

Caterers: Holi Restaurant, Bedford.

To Participate, Volunteer, Sponsor, Dance Groups, Please contact:
lexdesiz@gmail.com
lexdesi.com | Like us on FB

https://www.facebook.com/lexdesi/photos/gm.7307075    
    Location: Saint Brigid church
Wednesday April 12, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 1:00 PM  -  3:00 PM New England Quilts and the Stories They Tell Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Friends of Cary Memorial Library   (781) 862-6288x84407   friends@carylibrary.org
   

 

 

 
misc_none 1:00 PM  -  3:00 PM New England Quilts and the Stories They Tell Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Friends of Cary Memorial Library   781 862-6288X84407   friends@carylibrary.org
   

Join Pamela Weeks, Binney Family Curator of the New England Quilt Museum, and take a unique journey through New England history. Author of "Civil War Quilts" and articles on quilt history, Weeks lectures nationally on quilt-making and quilt history. Her presentations blend quilts and story-telling, contributed by Weeks and attendees. BRING YOUR QUILTS...SHARE YOUR FAMILY STORIES. OR SIMPLY ATTEND!

Admission is free. No registration is required. Sponsored by Friends of Cary Memorial Library, in the Large Meeting Room, Lower Level of the Library.

 

 

 

New England Quilts and the Stories They Tell    
    Location: 1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA
Friday April 14, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  4:00 PM Good Friday Tech & Design Camp Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Empow Studios   6173957527   info@empow.me
   

We’ve taken the Empow Camp experience so loved by kids and parents alike, and we’ve … SHRUNK IT into a single one-day camp program!

Each day of NanoCamp, kids create a project from start to finish. Our talented staff work with NanoCampers to develop their video game levels, script short animation films, or build and program interactive robots! Of course, breaks, snacks, and physical activities are part of each day too (Kids bring their own lunch and snacks). All project types and technologies are available each day.

NanoCamp is currently open for kids entering grades 2-8.

 

A TYPICAL DAY AT NANOCAMP

8:30am – 9:30am Early drop-off and special activities. Kids play games and get comfortable with friends, staff, and the Studio.
9:30am – 10:00am Camp Introduction. We set up the day and introduce the staff and campers with a fun twist! We also use this time to review our “respect” rules and non-violence policy.
10:00am – 10:30am Snack time and technology demos. We show kids student projects made at Empow to influence their creativity and get them excited to learn a new craft of their choice.
10:30am – 12:00pm Project time. Campers work on projects at their own pace, guided by our expert staff. Kids can choose to work individually with help from staff, or work with friends in a group project. This is where kids build their robots, design video games, and film unique animations!
12:00pm – 1:00pm Lunch and outdoor time. Our staff will walk the campers over to Depot Square and have lunch outside (weather permitting).
1:00pm – 3:00pm Project time. Campers continue to work on their projects for final completion.
3:00pm – 3:30pm Choice time. Campers choose to continue discovering new technologies, participate in a physical activity game like a scavenger hunt, or create challenges with a “techie toy” like a tablet-controlled Sphero robot or a learning-based game like Minecraft.
3:30pm – 4:00pm Group activity. Staff will lead campers on a group project where we work as a team to create a piece of art! The team could film a pixelation, build a robotic arm, or learn about moldable plastic!
4:00pm – 5:30pm Extended day. Campers will continue working with our expert staff to finish any last minute changes to their projects, or finish the day off with a fun student & staff activity.

TIMES

Full-day camp runs from 9:00am-4:00pm, with early drop-off at 8:30 (no additional charge); and an extended day until 5:30pm for an additional $20.

COST

Each NanoCamp costs $95, and is offered at only $50 for existing After-School Club members. For more information on becoming an After-School Club member, please visit our After-School Program page.

POLICIES

We are a nut-free program! Please do not pack any food that may contain nuts. Campers are required to pack their own lunch and we recommend that parents pack one or two snacks throughout the day.

Sign up here!    
    Location: 1776 Massachusetts Ave
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Monday April 17, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 6:00 AM  -  10:00 AM Patriot's Day Pancake Breakfast at The Church of Our Redeemer Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Sam Stevens   978-720-5318   sam.stevens@salemfive.com
   

Please join us at The Church of Our Redeemer on 6 Meriam Street, Lexington for our delicious Patriot's Day Pancake Breakfast.

All proceeds and donations will benefit LexRAP (Lexington Refugee Assistance Program).

Adults are $6.00 and children 10 and under are $4.00. Pancakes, sausages, juice, coffee, tea and hot chocolate for all!

Come see our newly renovated Great Hall and enjoy some fun and fellowship with your friends.

Stevens    
    Location: 7 Reeves Road
Monday April 17, 2017 -  Friday April 21, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  4:00 PM April Vacation Tech & Design Camp Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Empow Studios   6173957527   info@empow.me
   

Empow Studios brings technology, arts, and play together to help young learners discover and build on their creative talents.

 

Empow's Tech & Design Camp is the one camp to rule them all: Video Game Design, Robotics, Animation, 3D Modeling & Printing, DJing, and other exciting projects are all fair game. Whether it’s building a working guitar made of LEGO MINDSTORMS, designing an action-packed video game to challenge friends with, or creating an animated mini-movie, the options are limitless and the learning doesn’t stop! We teach the nuts & bolts behind these subjects, and campers use their imagination to make their project come alive.

In Empow’s home studio in Lexington, we host an After-School Club, weekend technology clubs, vacation & summer camps, one-day NanoCamps when schools are closed, birthday parties, and more.

Learn more at empow.me/camp or visit us at empow.me.

Learn more here!    
    Location: 1776 Massachusetts Ave
Tuesday April 18, 2017 -  Friday April 21, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  3:30 PM Lexington Community Center - April Break Programming Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Thomas Romano   7816984813   tromano@lexingtonma.gov
   

Fee: $195 Full Day $100 Half Day

Ages: 7-10

Our April Break Vacation program will run Tuesday, April 18th—Friday, April 22nd from 9:00am—3:30pm.  You can sign up for a half day (9:00am-12:00pm) or a full day (9:00am-3:30pm).  Your child will be participating in group team-building games in the morning and afternoon, various physical activities on the lower lawn of the Community Center, and they will also be challenged in making fun, useful crafts that they will get to take home every day!  At the end of the week, we will be taking a field trip and watching a movie at the AMC theater in Burlington! Please register in advance to guarantee a spot!

 

Romano    
    Location: 39 Marrett Road
 
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM April Vacation Chess Clinic Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Thomas Romano   7816984813   tromano@lexingtonma.gov
   
Fee: $125
Ages: 5-16
Dates: Tuesday-Friday, April 18th – 21st
Time: 10:00am-12:00noon
Location: Lexington Community Center Room 237&217

Join U.S. Chess Federation expert Jim Della Selva for a February Vacation Chess Clinic. This program will provide beginner and intermediate chess players with the opportunity to learn more about the game and practice their skills in daily matches.

Romano    
    Location: 39 Marrett Road
Saturday April 22, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 1:00 PM  -  3:00 PM Garlic Mustard Pull at Lincoln Park Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Keith Ohmart   781-862-6216   kohmart@verizon.net
   

Garlic mustard seeds can take up to 7 years to sprout, which requires repeated efforts to control and eradicate this aggressive invasive species. Come join Citizens for Lexington Conservation's multi-year effort to pull this year’s progeny from along the pathways in Lincoln Park.

Bring gardening gloves.

Meet at the Fitness Path Trail entrance on Worthen Road across from the LHS playing fields.

Leaders: Judy Mello (jmacmello@comcast.net), Elaine Quinlan (ejquinlan2@gmail.com)

Sunday April 30, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 3:00 PM  -  5:00 PM MetWinds Concert: 10 Years -- Conductor's Favorites Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Bob Piankian   617 796-9990   rap@alum.mit.edu
   

The Metropolitan Wind Symphony will continue their 46th season with their Spring Band Concert on Sunday, April 30, 2017 at 3:00 pm, at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum, 33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA. MetWinds Music director Lewis J. Buckley will conduct the program. Mr. Buckley and composer James Curnow will deliver a pre-concert lecture at 2:30 pm.

Tickets are $18 for adults, $14 for seniors, $6 for students, and are free for children under 5. They are available at the door or can be reserved by telephone. Call the MetWinds Concert Line at (978) 419-1697 to reserve or purchase tickets. Visit the MetWinds web page at http://www.mws-boston.org for information and directions. Email mws@mws-boston.org with any questions.

This and other concerts by MetWinds are funded in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.

MetWinds Band Concert    
    Location: Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library
Monday May 1, 2017 -  Friday June 30, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  5:00 PM Recent Drawings by David Holleman Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Debbie Carvlin   617-731-5447   dlcarvlin@gmail.com
   

An exhibit, RECENT DRAWINGS by noted Lexington artist DAVID HOLLEMAN, will be held at Cary Memorial Library, Lexington, MA from May 1 to June 30, 2017The exhibit can be viewed during regular library hours.  An opening reception, open to the public, will be held May 6 from 2:00 to 4:45 pm.

Holleman’s works are owned, among others, by the National Gallery in D.C. and the Jewish Museum in New York. His mural of the Aztec Calendar Stone, under the Foucault Pendulum, is a permanent display at Boston’s Science Museum.

RECENT DRAWINGS, selected from the hundreds of drawings David has done in the last ten years, reveals the breadth of his interest to capture the essence of being: sometimes with wit and humor and sometimes with pathos, always from his vast knowledge and wisdom. The colors are so rich and the compositions so complex that it is hard to remember they are “only” drawings, not paintings. 

Monday May 1, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 3:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Garlic Mustard Pulling: Come Volunteer Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   781-698-4532   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   

Join the Conservation Stewards to pull along the edge of Dunback Meadow at Philip Rd. Meet at the Bowman Elementary School field at the corner of Philip Rd and Worthen Rd E.

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome: Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator , at jmccarron@lexinngtonma.gov or 781-698-4532.

Tuesday May 2, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 3:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Garlic Mustard Pulling: Come Volunteer Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   781-698-4532   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   

Join the Conservation Stewards to pull along the northern edge of Dunback Meadow. Meet in the field at the corner of Marrett Rd. and Bacon St. 

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome: Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator , at jmccarron@lexinngtonma.gov or 781-698-4532.

Saturday May 6, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Garlic Mustard Pulling: Come Volunteer Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   781-968-4532   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   

Join the Friends of the Lexington Bikeway to pull Garlic Mustard along several areas of the commuter bikeway. Meet at the entrance to the bikeway behind the Fire Station at Camellia Way.

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome: Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator , at jmccarron@lexinngtonma.gov or 781-698-4532.

 
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Garlic Mustard Pulling: Come Volunteer Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   781-698-4532   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   

Join the Conservation Stewards to pull along the trail at the Cataldo Reservation from Bow Street to the Arlington Reservoir. Meet at the trailhead on Bow Street.

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome: Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator , at jmccarron@lexinngtonma.gov or 781-698-4532.

Saturday May 6, 2017 -  Saturday May 20, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 11:00 AM  -  1:30 PM Parent/Child Billiards 3-game guarantee tournament Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Thomas Romano   7816984813   tromano@lexingtonma.gov
   

Fee: $25 for a team of two

Ages: 10-13, 18+

Date: 3 Saturdays, May 6th – 20th

Time: 11:00 – 1:30pm

Location: Lexington Community Center Billiards Room

 

Do you love playing billiards?  Do you think you are the best in Lexington?  Do you and your friends play but you want to find out who is better?  Sign up you and your child for our tournament and prove your skills.  Tournament play will take place over a 3 week period.  Sign up your team now.  Spaces are limited to 8 teams of 2.  The winner may choose a $25 Amazon gift card or a personalized trophy.

 

 

Sign up at the front desk of the Community Center or online!

Make sure to like us on Facebook @

https://www.facebook.com/lexreccommunitycenter/

Romano    
    Location: 39 Marrett Road
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misc_none 2:00 PM  -  4:30 PM Parent/Child Ping-Pong 3-game guarantee tournament Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Thomas Romano   7816984813   tromano@lexingtonma.gov
   

Fee: $25 for a team of two

Ages: 10-13, 18+

Date: 3 Saturdays, May 6th – 20th

Time: 2:00-4:30pm

Location: Lexington Community Center Ping Pong Room

 

Do you love playing ping pong?  Do you think you are the best in Lexington?  Do you and your friends play but you want to find out who is better?  Sign up you and your child for our tournament and prove your skills.  Tournament play will take place over a 3 week period.  Sign up your team now.  Spaces are limited to 8 teams of 2.  The winner may choose a $25 Amazon gift card or a personalized trophy.

 

Sign up at the front desk of the Community Center or online!

Make sure to like us on Facebook @

https://www.facebook.com/lexreccommunitycenter/

Romano    
    Location: 39 Marrett Road
Monday May 8, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 3:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Garlic Mustard Pulling: Come Volunteer Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   7816698-4532   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   

Join the Conservation Stewards to pull garlic mustard at the old community garden site at Idylwilde; part of a larger meadow restoration project. Meet in the field on the west side of the stream that runs through Idylwilde. Park in the community parking area on Middle Street.

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome: Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator , at jmccarron@lexinngtonma.gov or 781-698-4532.

Tuesday May 9, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 3:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Garlic Mustard Pulling: Come Volunteer Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   781-698-4532   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   

Join the Conservation Stewards to pull garlic mustard at the old community garden site at Idylwilde; part of a larger meadow restoration project. Meet in the field on the west side of the stream that runs through Idylwilde. Park in the community parking area on Middle Street.

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome: Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator , at jmccarron@lexinngtonma.gov or 781-698-4532.

 
misc_none 7:00 PM  -  9:00 PM Hometown Habitat - Stories of Bringing Nature Home Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Bridget Galdes   781-860-7440   bagius@aol.com
   

The Citizens for Lexington Conservation and the Lexington Field and Garden Club are hosting two events that focus on how individual homeowners and community groups can create Meadow Landscapes populated with native plants that support native pollinators and birds.

This second event will feature a showing of Hometown Habitat - Stories of Bringing Nature Home.  This film, which focuses on developing meadow landscaping in community spaces, profiles seven hometown habitat heroes who have created Meadow Landscapes.  The narrative thread of this documentary is provided by renowned entomologist Douglas Tallamy, Ph.D. whose research, books and lectures about the use of non-native plants in landscaping sound the alarm about habitat and species loss. Dr. Tallamy challenges the notion that humans are here and nature is someplace else. Tallamy says, “It doesn’t have to and shouldn’t be that way.”

Event will be held at the lecture room at Cary Memorial Library.  Event is free and refreshments will be provided.

Come Join Us!

 

 

 

 

 

    Location: Cary Hall, 1605 Mass Avenue
 
misc_none 7:00 PM  -  9:00 PM Landscaping with Native Plants - Part II Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Keith Ohmart   781-862-6216   kohmart@verizon.net
   

Did you know that native plants - once established - do not require the use of chemicals such as herbicides and pesticides to maintain their beauty? Or that they don’t require extra watering? Did you know that our native pollinators and birds generally prefer native plants for nectaring and seed?

To elaborate on this message, Citizens for Lexington Conservation and the Lexington Field and Garden Club will be hosting a showing of Hometown Habitat - Stories of Bringing Nature Home. This film, which focuses on developing meadow landscaping in community spaces, profiles 7 hometown habitat heroes who have created landscapes focusing on native plant species in their local communities across the country.  The narrative thread of this documentary is provided by renowned entomologist Douglas Tallamy, Ph.D. whose research, books and lectures about the use of non-native plants in landscaping sound the alarm about habitat and species loss. Dr. Tallamy challenges the notion that humans are here and nature is someplace else. Tallamy says, “It doesn’t have to and shouldn’t be that way.”

This event will be held from 7-9 pm on Tuesday, May 9, in the large lecture room at Cary Memorial Library. Light refreshments will be provided following the screening.

Saturday May 13, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Lexington Conservation Stewards Stewardship Saturday Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   7816984505   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   

Join the Lexington Conservation Stewards for a morning of trail building at the Shade Street Conservation Area. Parking at Shire (500 Shire Way). Meet at the entrance to the fire road to the rear of the Shire parking area. This is a great opportunity to fulfill community service requirements.

ALL STEWARDSHIP SATURDAYS 9 A.M.-12 P.M. 

IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, CONTACT THE CONSERVATION DIVISION FOR CANCELLATION INFORMATION. 

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome. Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator, at jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov or 781-698-4532, to RSVP and for more information.

PLEASE BRING WORK GLOVES AND WORK-APPROPRIATE CLOTHING (NO OPEN-TOED SHOES). ALL TOOLS AND INSTRUCTION PROVIDED BY THE CONSERVATION STEWARDS.

Saturday May 20, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 7:00 PM  -  9:00 PM Clear Sky, Pure Light: an Evening with Henry David Thoreau Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Whitney Retallic   781-259-4700   education@walden.org
   

Clear Sky, Pure Light: an Evening with Henry David Thoreau opened in Thoreau’s native Concord in July of 1975 — three months into the nation’s Bicentennial celebration. The response to the two-act dramatic portrait was immediate and enthusiastic: Concord critic Rebecca Ruggles acclaimed it as “a thoughtful and dignified production” that seemed less a performance than “an intimate talk.” It was, she concluded, “as if Thoreau had come back for a day to tell us a few of the things he thought most important.”

Drawn from WaldenA Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers, “Civil Disobedience,” and lesser-known passages in Thoreau’s Journal and his personal correspondence, the hour-and-three-quarters one-man show presents Thoreau as a multifaceted individualist. It captures him in light moments as well as serious ones, and is revelatory of the private as well as the public man.

These performances of the Clear Sky, Pure Light for the Walden Woods Project, during the Thoreau Bicentennial, mark the first time in just over twenty years that Christopher Childs has presented the play in its entirety and with full costume and makeup.

We hope you will join us to welcome Childs back to the stage and, with him, our beloved Henry.

Clear Sky, Pure Light    
    Location: 44 Baker Farm Road
Sunday May 21, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM Clear Sky, Pure Light: an Evening with Henry David Thoreau Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Whitney Retallic   781-259-4700   education@walden.org
   

Clear Sky, Pure Light: an Evening with Henry David Thoreau opened in Thoreau’s native Concord in July of 1975 — three months into the nation’s Bicentennial celebration. The response to the two-act dramatic portrait was immediate and enthusiastic: Concord critic Rebecca Ruggles acclaimed it as “a thoughtful and dignified production” that seemed less a performance than “an intimate talk.” It was, she concluded, “as if Thoreau had come back for a day to tell us a few of the things he thought most important.”

Drawn from WaldenA Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers, “Civil Disobedience,” and lesser-known passages in Thoreau’s Journal and his personal correspondence, the hour-and-three-quarters one-man show presents Thoreau as a multifaceted individualist. It captures him in light moments as well as serious ones, and is revelatory of the private as well as the public man.

These performances of the Clear Sky, Pure Light for the Walden Woods Project, during the Thoreau Bicentennial, mark the first time in just over twenty years that Christopher Childs has presented the play in its entirety and with full costume and makeup.

We hope you will join us to welcome Childs back to the stage and, with him, our beloved Henry.

Clear Sky, Pure Light    
    Location: 44 Baker Farm Road, Lincoln, MA
Saturday June 10, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Lexington Conservation Stewards Stewardship Saturday Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   7816984505   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   

Join the Lexington Conservation Stewards for a morning of trail clearing, garlic mustard pulling, and vista pruning at Daisy Wilson Meadow along Moreland Avenue. Parking along Moreland Avenue. Meet at the trailhead on Moreland Avenue. This is a great opportunity to fulfill community service requirements.

ALL STEWARDSHIP SATURDAYS 9 A.M.-12 P.M.

IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, CONTACT THE CONSERVATION DIVISION FOR CANCELLATION INFORMATION.

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome. Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator, at jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov or 781-698-4532, to RSVP and for more information.

PLEASE BRING WORK GLOVES AND WORK-APPROPRIATE CLOTHING (NO OPEN-TOED SHOES). 

 
 
Monday June 26, 2017 -  Friday June 30, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  4:00 PM Empow Studios Tech & Design Camp Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Empow Studios   6173957527   info@empow.me
   

Empow Studios brings technology, arts, and play together to help young learners discover and build on their creative talents.

Empow's Tech & Design Camp is the one camp to rule them all: Video Game Design, Robotics, Animation, 3D Modeling & Printing, DJing, and other exciting projects are all fair game. Whether it’s building a working guitar made of LEGO MINDSTORMS, designing an action-packed video game to challenge friends with, or creating an animated mini-movie, the options are limitless and the learning doesn’t stop! We teach the nuts & bolts behind these subjects, and campers use their imagination to make their project come alive.

Learn more here!    
    Location: 1776 Massachusetts Ave
Monday July 3, 2017 -  Friday July 7, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  4:00 PM Empow Studios Minecraft Camp Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Empow Studios   6173957527   info@empow.me
   

Empow Studios brings technology, arts, and play together to help young learners discover and build on their creative talents.

Empow’s Minecraft Camp is the ultimate week-long learning adventure! Our camps are tailored to all skill levels, whether you’re just starting out your explorations or you already know you’re way around creepers. We start by introducing campers to Redstone, a special kind of element that mimics electricity almost perfectly. Campers of nearly any skill level can have fun building circuit boards, and even making a very simple computer inside Minecraft. As they master Redstone skills, we offer challenges that teach key concepts in programming, design, electrical engineering, and architecture, all while using teamwork and social skills. It’s the perfect blend of fun, learning, and creativity.

Empow will be running camps in Boston’s Back Bay, Belmont, Brookline, Cape Cod, Lexington, Newton-Needham, and Westford.

In Empow’s home studio in Lexington, we host an After-School Club, weekend technology clubs, vacation & summer camps, one-day NanoCamps when schools are closed, birthday parties, and more.

Learn more at empow.me/camp or visit us at empow.me.

Learn more here!    
    Location: 1776 Massachusetts Ave
Saturday July 8, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Lexington Conservation Stewards Stewardship Saturday Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   7816984505   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   

Join the Lexington Conservation Stewards for a morning of trail clearing and maintenance along the Western Greenway Trail. Parking at the Brookhaven Visitor's Parking Area. Meet at the entrance to the Brookhaven Nature Path. This is a great opportunity to fulfill community service requirements.

ALL STEWARDSHIP SATURDAYS 9 A.M.-12 P.M.

IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, CONTACT THE CONSERVATION DIVISION FOR CANCELLATION INFORMATION.

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome. Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator, at jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov or 781-698-4532, to RSVP and for more information.

PLEASE BRING WORK GLOVES AND WORK-APPROPRIATE CLOTHING (NO OPEN-TOED SHOES). 

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Monday July 10, 2017 -  Friday July 14, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  4:00 PM Empow Studios Tech & Design Camp Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Empow Studios   6173957527   info@empow.me
   

Empow Studios brings technology, arts, and play together to help young learners discover and build on their creative talents.

Empow's Tech & Design Camp is the one camp to rule them all: Video Game Design, Robotics, Animation, 3D Modeling & Printing, DJing, and other exciting projects are all fair game. Whether it’s building a working guitar made of LEGO MINDSTORMS, designing an action-packed video game to challenge friends with, or creating an animated mini-movie, the options are limitless and the learning doesn’t stop! We teach the nuts & bolts behind these subjects, and campers use their imagination to make their project come alive.

Empow will be running camps in Boston’s Back Bay, Belmont, Brookline, Cape Cod, Lexington, Newton-Needham, and Westford.

In Empow’s home studio in Lexington, we host an After-School Club, weekend technology clubs, vacation & summer camps, one-day NanoCamps when schools are closed, birthday parties, and more.

Learn more at empow.me/camp or visit us at empow.me.
Learn more here!    
    Location: 1776 Massachusetts Ave
Monday July 17, 2017 -  Friday July 21, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  4:00 PM Empow Studios Tech & Design Camp Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Empow Studios   6173957527   info@empow.me
   

Empow Studios brings technology, arts, and play together to help young learners discover and build on their creative talents.


Empow's Tech & Design Camp is the one camp to rule them all: Video Game Design, Robotics, Animation, 3D Modeling & Printing, DJing, and other exciting projects are all fair game. Whether it’s building a working guitar made of LEGO MINDSTORMS, designing an action-packed video game to challenge friends with, or creating an animated mini-movie, the options are limitless and the learning doesn’t stop! We teach the nuts & bolts behind these subjects, and campers use their imagination to make their project come alive.

Empow will be running camps in Boston’s Back Bay, Belmont, Brookline, Cape Cod, Lexington, Newton-Needham, and Westford.

In Empow’s home studio in Lexington, we host an After-School Club, weekend technology clubs, vacation & summer camps, one-day NanoCamps when schools are closed, birthday parties, and more.


Learn more at empow.me/camp or visit us at empow.me.
Learn more here!    
    Location: 1776 Massachusetts Ave
Monday July 24, 2017 -  Friday July 28, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  4:00 PM Empow Studios Minecraft Camp Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Empow Studios   6173957527   info@empow.me
   

Empow’s Minecraft Camp is the ultimate week-long learning adventure! Our camps are tailored to all skill levels, whether you’re just starting out your explorations or you already know you’re way around creepers. We start by introducing campers to Redstone, a special kind of element that mimics electricity almost perfectly. Campers of nearly any skill level can have fun building circuit boards, and even making a very simple computer inside Minecraft. As they master Redstone skills, we offer challenges that teach key concepts in programming, design, electrical engineering, and architecture, all while using teamwork and social skills. It’s the perfect blend of fun, learning, and creativity.

Empow will be running camps in Boston’s Back Bay, Belmont, Brookline, Cape Cod, Lexington, Newton-Needham, and Westford.

In Empow’s home studio in Lexington, we host an After-School Club, weekend technology clubs, vacation & summer camps, one-day NanoCamps when schools are closed, birthday parties, and more.


Learn more at empow.me/camp or visit us at empow.me.
Learn more here!    
    Location: 1776 Massachusetts Ave
Monday July 31, 2017 -  Friday August 4, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  4:00 PM Empow Studios Tech & Design Camp Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Empow Studios   6173957527   info@empow.me
   

Empow Studios brings technology, arts, and play together to help young learners discover and build on their creative talents.


Empow's Tech & Design Camp is the one camp to rule them all: Video Game Design, Robotics, Animation, 3D Modeling & Printing, DJing, and other exciting projects are all fair game. Whether it’s building a working guitar made of LEGO MINDSTORMS, designing an action-packed video game to challenge friends with, or creating an animated mini-movie, the options are limitless and the learning doesn’t stop! We teach the nuts & bolts behind these subjects, and campers use their imagination to make their project come alive.

Empow will be running camps in Boston’s Back Bay, Belmont, Brookline, Cape Cod, Lexington, Newton-Needham, and Westford.

In Empow’s home studio in Lexington, we host an After-School Club, weekend technology clubs, vacation & summer camps, one-day NanoCamps when schools are closed, birthday parties, and more.


Learn more at empow.me/camp or visit us at empow.me.

Learn more here!    
    Location: 1776 Massachusetts Ave
Monday August 7, 2017 -  Friday August 11, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  4:00 PM Empow Studios Minecraft Camp Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Empow Studios   6173957527   info@empow.me
   

Empow’s Minecraft Camp is the ultimate week-long learning adventure! Our camps are tailored to all skill levels, whether you’re just starting out your explorations or you already know you’re way around creepers. We start by introducing campers to Redstone, a special kind of element that mimics electricity almost perfectly. Campers of nearly any skill level can have fun building circuit boards, and even making a very simple computer inside Minecraft. As they master Redstone skills, we offer challenges that teach key concepts in programming, design, electrical engineering, and architecture, all while using teamwork and social skills. It’s the perfect blend of fun, learning, and creativity.

Empow will be running camps in Boston’s Back Bay, Belmont, Brookline, Cape Cod, Lexington, Newton-Needham, and Westford.

In Empow’s home studio in Lexington, we host an After-School Club, weekend technology clubs, vacation & summer camps, one-day NanoCamps when schools are closed, birthday parties, and more.


Learn more at empow.me/camp or visit us at empow.me.

Learn more here!    
    Location: 1776 Massachusetts Ave
Saturday August 12, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Lexington Conservation Stewards Stewardship Saturday Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   7816984505   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   
Join the Lexington Conservation Stewards for a morning of Japanese stiltgrass removal at Wright Farm. Park and meet at the Wright Farm driveway on Grove Street. This is a great opportunity to fulfill community service requirements.

ALL STEWARDSHIP SATURDAYS 9 A.M.-12 P.M.

IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, CONTACT THE CONSERVATION DIVISION FOR CANCELLATION INFORMATION.

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome. Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator, at jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov or 781-698-4532, to RSVP and for more information.

PLEASE BRING WORK GLOVES AND WORK-APPROPRIATE CLOTHING (NO OPEN-TOED SHOES). 

Monday August 14, 2017 -  Friday August 18, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  4:00 PM Empow Studios Tech & Design Camp Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Empow Studios   6173957527   info@empow.me
   

Empow Studios brings technology, arts, and play together to help young learners discover and build on their creative talents.


Empow's Tech & Design Camp is the one camp to rule them all: Video Game Design, Robotics, Animation, 3D Modeling & Printing, DJing, and other exciting projects are all fair game. Whether it’s building a working guitar made of LEGO MINDSTORMS, designing an action-packed video game to challenge friends with, or creating an animated mini-movie, the options are limitless and the learning doesn’t stop! We teach the nuts & bolts behind these subjects, and campers use their imagination to make their project come alive.

Empow will be running camps in Boston’s Back Bay, Belmont, Brookline, Cape Cod, Lexington, Newton-Needham, and Westford.

In Empow’s home studio in Lexington, we host an After-School Club, weekend technology clubs, vacation & summer camps, one-day NanoCamps when schools are closed, birthday parties, and more.


Learn more at empow.me/camp or visit us at empow.me.

Learn more here!    
    Location: 1776 Massachusetts Ave
Monday August 21, 2017 -  Friday August 25, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  4:00 PM Empow Studios Tech & Design Camp Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Empow Studios   6173957527   info@empow.me
   

Empow Studios brings technology, arts, and play together to help young learners discover and build on their creative talents.


Empow's Tech & Design Camp is the one camp to rule them all: Video Game Design, Robotics, Animation, 3D Modeling & Printing, DJing, and other exciting projects are all fair game. Whether it’s building a working guitar made of LEGO MINDSTORMS, designing an action-packed video game to challenge friends with, or creating an animated mini-movie, the options are limitless and the learning doesn’t stop! We teach the nuts & bolts behind these subjects, and campers use their imagination to make their project come alive.

Empow will be running camps in Boston’s Back Bay, Belmont, Brookline, Cape Cod, Lexington, Newton-Needham, and Westford.

In Empow’s home studio in Lexington, we host an After-School Club, weekend technology clubs, vacation & summer camps, one-day NanoCamps when schools are closed, birthday parties, and more.


Learn more at empow.me/camp or visit us at empow.me.
Learn more here!    
    Location: 1776 Massachusetts Ave
Saturday September 9, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Lexington Conservation Stewards Stewardship Saturday Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   7816984505   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   
Join the Lexington Conservation Stewards for a morning of invasive plant removal at Joyce Miller's Meadow. Parking along the shoulder of Ingleside Rd, then walk a short distance east down Bikeway to Joyce Miller's Meadow entrance Meet at the paved trail entrance on Emerson Rd. This is a great opportunity to fulfill community service requirements.

ALL STEWARDSHIP SATURDAYS 9 A.M.-12 P.M.

IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, CONTACT THE CONSERVATION DIVISION FOR CANCELLATION INFORMATION.

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome. Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator, at jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov or 781-698-4532, to RSVP and for more information.

PLEASE BRING WORK GLOVES AND WORK-APPROPRIATE CLOTHING (NO OPEN-TOED SHOES). 

Saturday October 14, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Lexington Conservation Stewards Stewardship Saturday Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   7816984505   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   
Join the Lexington Conservation Stewards for a morning of stone wall clearing and invasive plant removal at Willard's Woods. Park and meet at the North Street parking area at Willard's Woods. This is a great opportunity to fulfill community service requirements.

ALL STEWARDSHIP SATURDAYS 9 A.M.-12 P.M.

IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, CONTACT THE CONSERVATION DIVISION FOR CANCELLATION INFORMATION.

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome. Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator, at jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov or 781-698-4532, to RSVP and for more information.

PLEASE BRING WORK GLOVES AND WORK-APPROPRIATE CLOTHING (NO OPEN-TOED SHOES). 

Saturday November 11, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Lexington Conservation Stewards Stewardship Saturday Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   7816984505   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   
Join the Lexington Conservation Stewards for a morning of stone wall clearing and invasive plant removal at Wright Farm. Park and meet at Wright Farm driveway on Grove Street. This is a great opportunity to fulfill community service requirements.

ALL STEWARDSHIP SATURDAYS 9 A.M.-12 P.M.

IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, CONTACT THE CONSERVATION DIVISION FOR CANCELLATION INFORMATION.

RSVPs are helpful, but walk-ins are welcome. Contact Jordan McCarron, Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator, at jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov or 781-698-4532, to RSVP and for more information.

PLEASE BRING WORK GLOVES AND WORK-APPROPRIATE CLOTHING (NO OPEN-TOED SHOES). 

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