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Thursday December 20, 2018 -  Saturday November 23, 2019
   10:00 AM  -  4:00 PM The Art of American History: Now on View at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library  
    Contact: Lincoln Vamos   781-861-6559   lvamos@srmml.org
   

The Art of American History - Now on View at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library

“The Art of American History,” a new exhibition now on view at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, offers a glimpse into the museum’s collection of historic prints and the chance to consider how these images influence our understanding of the past. The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library is located at 33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA. The exhibition is on view through November 23, 2019.

The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library is dedicated to presenting exhibitions on topics in American, Masonic, and fraternal history. The Museum is supported by the Scottish Rite Freemasons in the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction of the United States. The Museum is located at 33 Marrett Road in Lexington at the corner of Route 2A and Massachusetts Avenue.  The Museum is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m.-4:00 p.m. For further information, contact the Museum at (781) 861-6559. www.srmml.org

    Location: 33 Marrett Rd Lexington, MA 02421

Friday July 5, 2019 -  Friday October 25, 2019
   1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM Stories In Stone  
    Contact: Sarah McDonough   781-862-1703   programs@lexingtonhistory.org
   

Fridays through October, 10:30 AM, starting from Buckman Tavern

Visit over three centuries of Lexington's past on a walking tour of the historic Old Burying Ground. From skulls and crossbones, to willow trees and urns, this is the perfect place to the history of how our ancestors grappled with the concept of death through beautiful artwork. Discover how mortuary art has changed over time here, and meet some of Lexington's most famous inhabitants along the way. 

$5/adult, 16 & under FREE. Buy tickets at Buckman Tavern.

Please note, this tour involves crossing busy streets as well as walking and standing on uneven, unshaded ground. Sturdy shoes and sunscreen are recommended.

    Location: Buckman Tavern

Thursday September 5, 2019 -  Thursday October 24, 2019
   1:30 PM  -  3:00 PM Early Release Afterschool Program  
    Contact: Amanda Munsie   339-227-7193   education@lexfarm.org
   

LEXINGTON EARLY RELEASE DAYS

Thursdays: September 5th – October 24th (1:30pm – 3:00pm- Grades 1-3) (3:30-5pm Grades 4 & 5)

This program is for elementary-school kids. The program meets on early-release Thursday afternoons. Rain or shine we’ll spend most of the afternoon outdoors learning about the farm, working doing “farm chores” in the Learning Garden, playing games and doing projects. Please dress for the weather in layers. Pack a hat. Boots are suggested as footwear. Class size is limited to 8.

Please pack a nut-free snack and water bottle. A waiver must be completed before first class.

$200 member or $240 non-member/child for 8 week program.

    Location: Lexington Community Farm, 52 Lowell St, Lexington, MA

Saturday October 5, 2019 -  Thursday October 31, 2019
   10:00 AM  -  6:00 PM Pilgrim Church Pumpkin Patch  
    Contact: Diane Blair   781-862-0357   admin@pilgrimcongregational.org
   

Pilgrim's front lawn will burst with fresh, local pumpkins starting October 5! Come pick your favorite pumpkin at Pilgrim Church's annual Pumpkin Patch at 55 Coolidge Avenue in Lexington. This community event is open daily Sunday through Friday 12 noon - 6 PM and Saturday from 10 AM to 6 PM through October 31st. The will be pumpkins for Halloween carving and sugar pumpkins for your special fall recipes - there is a shape and size for everyone!


Tuesday October 8, 2019 -  Tuesday October 22, 2019
     Lexington Center Artwalk 2019  
   

Stroll down Massachusetts Avenue to view beautiful artwork on display in shop windows. 

Participate in our scavenger hunt to win prizes! 

And join us on October 18th 6:00-8:30pm for an evening reception at Brookline Bank with drinks, light bites, & guided tour of the art. 

This year our tour will be enlivened with a live band at Emery (Depot) Park.  An artist yourself? We are accepting artist applications for all types of artwork through September 16th.  More information:  https://www.munroecenter.org/artwalk-2019.html.  


Thursday October 10, 2019 -  Tuesday October 22, 2019
   9:00 AM  -  10:00 PM 5TH Annual Lexington Center ArtWalk  
    Contact: Colleen   781-862-9696   lacs.OfficeAdmin@verizon.net
   

5THAnnual 

Lexington Center ArtWalk 

CALLING ALL ART LOVERS!

Now through October 22, 2019

Visit the Artwork of 70+ Artists displayed in windows at locations all around Lexington Center.

Participate in a family-friendly Scavenger Hunt. 

Join us for Gallery Night: Friday, October 18th

• Free and Open to the Public

Reception: 6-7pm at Brookline Bank, 1793 Massachusetts Ave. 

Guided Tour departing at 6:45pm

Live Music! 7 – 8:30pm with $3 Shirt, performing at Emery (Depot) Park (weather permitting)

Maps and Scavenger Hunt Forms are available at Visitors Center • Cary Library • LexArt and on line at munroecenter.org/artwalk-2019

    Location: Lexington Center

Saturday October 12, 2019 -  Friday October 25, 2019
   12:00 PM  -  4:00 PM LexArt presents: The Korean Cultural Society of Boston Annual Exhibition “LIGHT”  
    Contact: LexArt office   781-862-9696   Info@lexart.org
   

LexArt presents : The Korean Cultural Society of Boston Annual Exhibition  “LIGHT”

October 12 - 25

Tuesday – Friday and Sunday 12 to 4
Saturday 10 to 4 
Closed Mondays

RECEPTION: SATURDAY OCTOBER 12   2-4PM

MUSIC:  GUGAK JAZZ, 3PM  Mina Cho, Do Yeon Kim, Manos Statis

Painting meets pots meets jazz meets Korean traditional music. Catch an exciting cross-cultural, multi-art event at the Opening Reception of the Korean Cultural Council’s Annual Exhibition “Light”, featuring a live performance by Gugak Jazz, coming October 12 to LexArt. 

We welcome back these wonderful artists whose work can be seen through October 25.

LexArt (Lexington Arts and Crafts Society)
130 Waltham Street
Lexington, Ma 02421
781-862-9696

Open to the public. • Free Admission and Parking

    Location: 130 Waltham Street, Lexington

Wednesday October 16, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM The Delights of Cochato Nursery  
    Contact: Regina Sutton   781-862-1042   reginasutton0@gmail.com
   

Lexington Field & Garden Club presents
The Delights of Cochato Nursery

Date:  Wednesday, October 16th
Place:  The Depot, 13 Depot Square, Lexington

Time:  9:30 AM to 11:30 AM

Cochato – The once local Wampanoag tribe used the word to mean “running water.”

Over the years, several of our speakers have mentioned the fantastic plants and gardens at Cochato Nursery in Holbrook. Now we get to experience them too!

Chuck Doughty, an avid gardener and nursery co-owner, will share the beautiful gardens at Cochato and talk about shade plants and water gardens. The exhilaration he experiences when designing and planting with plant materials and the delight he gets from watching these plants grow make his talks all the more enjoyable.

Coffee at 9:30 am, Parking at the Town Lot, 50c/hr.  Event is free.  Everyone is welcome. 

Come with friends or make new ones.

    Location: The Lexington Depot, 13 Depot Square, Lexington, MA 02420

Thursday October 17, 2019
   3:30 PM  -  5:00 PM Community Nursery School Playground Meet and Greet  
    Contact: Sonal Patel   781-862-0741   patelsonalp@gmail.com
   

Are you looking for a preschool for your child? Community Nursery School (CNS) in Lexington is a cooperative, Reggio-inspired preschool that nurtures children in a play-based environment. We are currently enrolling for children ages 2.9-5 years old. Join us for a playground meet and greet where you will have the opportunity to learn more about CNS, tour the classrooms, ask questions, meet current families, and explore our magical outdoor space! For more information, visit cnslex.org or call 781-862-0741.

    Location: 2325 Massachusetts Ave

Friday October 18, 2019
   6:00 PM  -  8:30 PM Lexington Center Artwalk Reception  
   

Join us for an evening reception for the Lexington Center Artwalk 2019.

The reception will be held at Brookline Bank with drinks, light bites, & guided tour of the art.  This year our tour will be enlivened with a live band at Emery (Depot) Park.


Saturday October 19, 2019
   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Lexington Conservation Stewards Stewardship Saturday Series  
    Contact: Jordan McCarron   781-698-4505   jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov
   

Join the Lexington Conservation Stewards for work and camaraderie on the third Saturday of each month.     

October 19th
Trail Building
Parking: 33 Hayden Ave- east side of parking lot adjacent to woods
 
Join Lead Stewards Mike Tabaczynski and Don Grant for a morning of trail building at Hayden Woods; two small trail segments connecting Hayden Avenue with the Hayden Woods trail system will be constructed.
 
All Stewardship Saturdays run 9 a.m.-12 p.m. unless otherwise noted. We will provide all tools and know-how, just bring work gloves, work appropriate clothing (no open-toed shoes) and a willingness to work! 
 
Please RSVP for all workday events: jmccarron@lexingtonma.gov or 781-698-4532
 
Cancellations due to weather will be posted online. Click HERE for more information on our Stewardship Saturday program.
   9:00 AM  -  3:00 PM Open House: Simon W Robinson Masonic Lodge  
    Contact: Michael Zildjian   (781) 861 1684   info@simonwrobinson.org
   

How does a good man become even better?

For more than 300 years, Freemasonry has helped men become the best versions of themselves through a dedicated fraternity devoted to integrity, honesty, and service. In the end, we just don't make men better. We make them Masons. Come see what we're all about at our Open House.  Many have answered Freemasonry's call, from George Washington and Benjamin Franklin, to Shaquille O'Neal and Brad Paisley. Freemasonry offers the opportunity for men of values, open thought, and open hearts to find a camaraderie of brothers dedicated to making themselves and the world a better place.

The Simon W. Robinson Lodge building offers an added bonus to your visit. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976, the building has consistently played a major role in the educational, religious and social history of the Town of Lexington since 1822. The historic link is complete as the building occupies a prominent site opposite the Battle Green in the Historic District of Lexington.

You can visit simonwrobinson.org for more information about Freemasonry and Simon W. Robinson Masonic Lodge.              

    Location: 3 Bedford Street
   9:30 AM  -  4:00 PM Basic Acrylics with Jill Pottle  
    Contact: Autumn Schandelmayer-Davis   781-862-6040   autumn@munroecenter.org
   

ArtSpan Fall Workshop. New this fall at ArtSpan, a painting workshop where we explore acrylics to create multi-layered and colorful imagery. $50 per person. For more information visit https://www.munroecenter.org/artspan or call ArtSpan office at 781-862-6040

    Location: Munroe Center for the Arts
   10:30 AM  -  12:30 PM Saturday Family Pottery with Carmela Fratus  
    Contact: Autumn Schandelmayer-Davis   781-862-6040   autumn@munroecenter.org
   

ArtSpan Fall workshop. Try your hand at the potter’s wheel during one of our Saturday Family Pottery sessions! $30 per adult, $20 for first child, $15 for any additional children; $5 materials fee

*Students choose a glaze for up to 3 pieces. Pieces can be picked up 3 weeks from workshop date. For more information visit https://www.munroecenter.org/artspan or call ArtSpan office at 781-862-6040.

    Location: Munroe Center for the Arts
   3:30 PM  -  5:00 PM Community Nursery School Playground Meet and Greet  
    Contact: Sonal Patel   781-862-0741   patelsonalp@gmail.com
   

Are you looking for a preschool for your child? Community Nursery School (CNS) in Lexington is a cooperative, Reggio-inspired preschool that nurtures children in a play-based environment. We are currently enrolling for children ages 2.9-5 years old. Join us for a playground meet and greet where you will have the opportunity to learn more about CNS, tour the classrooms, ask questions, meet current families, and explore our magical outdoor space! For more information, visit cnslex.org or call 781-862-0741.

    Location: 2325 Massachusetts Ave

Sunday October 20, 2019
     National Friends of Libraries Week At Cary Memorial Library  
    Contact: Friends of Cary Memorial Library   781-862-6288 x84407   friends@carylibrary.org
   

National Friends of Libraries Week Celebration

at Cary Memorial Library 

on the Main Level

Sunday, October 20 through Saturday, October 26, 2019

1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA

 

Meet and talk with Friends of Cary Library volunteers who will be hosting information tables under the library tent on the Main Level throughout the celebration. It’s a perfect time to ask questions, join or renew as a Friends member, explore volunteer opportunities, and receive giveaways.

Friends of Cary is an all-volunteer non-profit organization that seeks to support Cary Library. Through advocacy, fundraising,  promotion, volunteering, the Friends work to raise community awareness and promote use of Cary Library resources and services.

Now in its 30th year, Friends conducts quality, gently-used book sales each spring and summer. Its daily-stocked bookstore inside Cary Library, on the Main Level, offers a wide selection of carefully chosen gently-used, donated books for sale. 

Through book sales, memberships and donations, Friends annually funds Summer Reading/Learning programs for children, teens and adults, the Museum Pass Program, and the Read It Now, See It Now Collection. The Friends recently completed a $50,000 leadership gift to support Cary Library’s Transformative Spaces Campaign.  

To learn more about Friends of Cary or to join or renew as a Friends member, go to friends@carylibrary.org.

 

    Location: 1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Restore and Create Art/Yoga Workshop- ArtSpan  
    Contact: Autumn Schandelmayer-Davis   781-862-6040   autumn@munroecenter.org
   

EVENT TITLE: Restore and Create Art/Yoga Workshop - ArtSpan Fall 2019

DATE: Sunday, October 20 

AGE-LEVEL or INTEREST AREA: Adult

CLASS NAME/DATES/PRICE: 

Restore and Create 
Anna Maria: Certified Yoga Instructor 
Marina Strauss: Licensed Art Therapist 
$35 per person
Sunday October 20, 9:30am -11:30am

EVENT DESCRIPTION:  

Spend a morning rejuvenating the mind, body, and artistic spirit. Studies have shown that participating in yoga can relax the mind and stimulate the flow of creativity. In this guided workshop the first hour will be spent in a gentle flow yoga class with art enthusiast and yoga instructor, Anna Maria. During the second hour we will excersise our creative side with professional art therapist Marina Strauss.

    Location: Munroe Center for the Arts
   1:00 PM  -  4:00 PM ACROSS Lexington Route L walk  
    Contact: Keith Ohmart   781-861-9697   kohmart@verizon.net
   

Explore Route L, the newest addition to the ACROSS Lexington system. This route connects the Conservation properties of Dunback Meadow, Cotton Farm, Upper Vine Brook, and Daisy Wilson along with Tower Park along its 4+ mile route. Walking surfaces will be a combination of easy unpaved walking trails and paved streets and sidewalks. Heavy rain cancels. Meet at the Bowman School parking lot.

 

   3:00 PM  -  5:00 PM THE SUM OF OUR PARTS  
    Contact: Russ Widom   978-621-4233   info@crwe.org
   

The Charles River Wind Ensemble performs the first concert of its 2019-2020 season entitled “THE SUM OF OUR PARTS” in Lexington on October 20th. Led by Artistic Director Matthew Marsit, this concert shows off the versatility and musicality of different sections of our ensemble individually and taken as a whole. The brass and saxophone sections are featured in Three Sketches for Band by Luxembourg-born composer Marco Pütz. The Serenade in Bb K 361 "Gran Partita" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart puts the woodwind section on display, with an assist by the horns. To bring the performance to a close, the entire ensemble is reunited to perform Symphony #6 by American composer Vincent Persichetti.

We hope you can join us for this free concert.

    Location: Scottish Rite Masonic Museum

Wednesday October 23, 2019
   7:30 PM  -  8:45 PM Monthly Meeting of the Lexington Republican Town Committee  
    Contact: Luanna E. Devenis   413-464-5176   ledevenis@gmail.com
   

The Lexington Republican Town Committee (LRTC) meets on the evening of the fourth Wednesday of every month in one of the meeting rooms at the Lexington Community Center at 39 Marrett Road.  For further information, check the LRTC website at https://www.lexingtonrtc.org 


Saturday October 26, 2019
     Ghosts and Graves of Lexington  
    Contact: Sarah McDonough   781-862-1703   programs@lexingtonhistory.org
   

Candlelit tour of the Old Burying Ground and Buckman Tavern.  Departure from the Lexington Depot. Lexington's Colonial citizens will tell tales of what brought them to the grave. Suitable for ages 5 and up (i.e. not too scary).

Members: $8 adults/$5 children;
Non-members: $10 adults/$8 children.

Advance tickets will be available online through Friday, October 25 of - if available - at the door.

    Location: Lexington Depot
   10:00 AM  -  11:30 AM Annual Halloween Parade  
    Contact: Kessa Glisic   617-949-1253   kessaac@gmail.com
   

Come participate with your children ages 5 and under in costume during our parade walk around the Battle Green. This is a long-standing tradition in our town and provides a safe and welcoming environment for our youngest Lexingtonians to celebrate Halloween in a family-friendly atmosphere. Meet next to the Buckman’s Tavern, across the street from the Battle Green, and gather with friends.

The parade will commence at 10:15 am. Rain or shine!

In addition to bringing your little tyke in costume, you can also bring:
(1) Your child’s favorite noise making instrument to use during the march around the Green.
(2) Canned goods to donate to our Food Pantry drive. It is a great teaching opportunity to explain the importance of giving back to our community.

For more information visit our website at www.lexfun.org.

We’re looking forward to another great parade this year!

    Location: Buckman Tavern
   10:00 AM  -  2:00 PM POP-UP Children's and Teen's Book Sale  
    Contact: Friends of Cary Library   781-862-6288 x84407   friends@carylibrary.org
   

POP-UP Children’s and Teen’s Book Sale

Saturday, October 26, 10 am to 2 pm

Cary Memorial Library, Lower Level Hallway

1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington

(Hosted by Friends of Cary Library)

A Children's and Teen’s Gently Used Book Sale is popping up at Cary Library on Saturday, October 26. All items in this mini book sale will be at the same low prices 

available at the Friends of Cary's annual Spring and Fall book sales and the Children's Book Sale Cart, located in the Children's Room. Cash or checks will be

accepted at this event. No credit cards. Proceeds benefit Cary Library.

 
   10:30 AM  -  12:30 PM Saturday Family Pottery with Carmela Fratus  
    Contact: Autumn Schandelmayer-Davis   781-862-6040   autumn@munroecenter.org
   

ArtSpan Fall workshop. Try your hand at the potter’s wheel during one of our Saturday Family Pottery sessions! $30 per adult, $20 for first child, $15 for any additional children; $5 materials fee

*Students choose a glaze for up to 3 pieces. Pieces can be picked up 3 weeks from workshop date. For more information visit https://www.munroecenter.org/artspan or call ArtSpan office at 781-862-6040.

    Location: Munroe Center for the Arts
   1:00 PM  -  3:00 PM Meagherville/Poor Farm Walk  
    Contact: Elisabeth Bornhofft   781-861-9697   lbornhofft@gmail.com
   

The preservation of the Meagherville Conservation property in 1999 was just one of the lasting achievements of long time resident Kay Tiffany. Join this guided walk to discover the natural treasures of this property including Lexington’s largest beech grove, an opportunity to view the memorial bench to Kay, and then a walk to the nearby Poor Farm, the site of Lexington’s original Poor Farm which is now an open meadow. Walking surfaces will be flat woods trails. Heavy rain cancels. Meet at the end of Garfield Street next to the Garfield Street playground. 

   2:00 PM  -  5:00 PM FREE FALL FESTIVAL  
    Contact: Simeon Beil   781-862-7513   simeon@countrysidebiblechapel.org
   

You are invited to a FREE Fall Festival at Countryside Bible Chapel.

This will be a Halloween-themed event in which you will encounter cars decorated in a variety of creative ways. These stations will facilitate a game for our eager trick-or-treaters. At each station, they will be awarding raffle tickets for participants to place into a prize drawing of their choice!

There will be a PHOTOBOOTH, GAMES, INFLATABLES, and FREE FOOD!

Your family will not want to miss out on this wonderful time. Bring some friends, try out your Halloween costumes (optional), and enjoy a wonderful fall day with your family.

This free event is open to all and there is plenty of parking. 

    Location: 480 Lowell Street, Lexington, MA 02420
   4:00 PM  -  6:00 PM TRUNK OR TREAT  
    Contact: Jane Martin   781-859-7183   janegigimartin@gmail.com
   

TRUNK OR TREAT - a free family fun event on October 26th from 4-6pm. Kids are encouraged to wear costumes and bring a bag for trick-or-treating. Treats will be provided at each of the 15 cars that will be decked out in fun costumes. There will also be supervised crafts and games, as well as free hot dogs and desserts for the whole family. Trunk or Treat is located in the parking lot of Trinity Covenant Church, 7 Clematis Road, Lexington.

    Location: Trinity Covenant Church, 7 Clematis Road, Lexington, MA 02421

Sunday October 27, 2019
   2:00 PM SPECIAL NEEDS ARTS PROGRAMS PRESENTS FOUNDERS’ FUND CONCERT  
    Contact: Jean Morrow   1-617-489-0672   info@snaparts.org
   

Special Needs Arts Programs, Inc. (SNAP) is delighted to invite residents of Lexington and surrounding towns to join us for our Annual Founders’ Fund concert and Art Show on Sunday, October 27th, 2pm, at the First Parish Church, 7 Harrington Road., Lexington. Founded in 1981, SNAPprovides people with developmental disabilities opportunities that celebrate each person's unique abilities while cultivating creative expression, building peer relationships, and fostering self-esteem through life-enhancing activities in the arts and music. 

Our program this year is All Over The World and will focus on our shared humanity, that we are all connected despite any differences of culture, language and ability.  The event will feature a performance by our SNAP Sing Along Chorus. Guest performers include Molly McGuire, Mezzo; Tevan Goldberg, Baritone; and guest artist and SNAP Advisory Board member Epp Sonin, Soprano.   

This year we will honor Lexingtonian Christina Gamota with our first-ever SNAP Circle award.  The SNAP Circle recognizes champions for people with special needs in our community.  SNAP selects Circle Honorees for their exceptional work to promote the talents and abilities of people with special needs and the contributions they make in our community and beyond.  Christina has been a positive force in our community for raising awareness of the special needs community.  

SNAP will also celebrate the 90th birthday of our co-founder, Marilyn Abel.  SNAP began as an idea to use music to bridge the typically-abled and differently-abled community.  Today, we honor and carry on the important legacy of our founders Marilyn Abel and Judy Goldner. 

In addition to the concert, boxed cards and matted prints created by our Special Artists will be on display and available for purchase.  The concert will be followed by a reception and raffle. Tickets are $30 and available at the door.  Members of the special needs community are welcome to attend for free.  Proceeds from the event will support the vital programs that SNAP delivers for individuals with developmental disabilities who live in this area.  SNAP is especially grateful for the support of the Community Endowment of Lexington and the Mass Cultural Council.  

For more information about SNAP visit:www.snaparts.org  e-mail info@snaparts.org;  call (781) 325-8025.

 

    Location: First Parish in Lexington, 7 Harrington Road
   3:00 PM MetWinds Band Concert: Traveler  
    Contact: Kaitlyn Sicinski   631-338-5496   kaitlyn.sicinski@gmail.com
   

Metropolitan Wind Symphony to Present a Band Concert:  “Traveler”

Lexington, MA -- The Metropolitan Wind Symphony/MetWinds will begin their 49th season with their Fall Band Concert on Sunday, October 27, 2019 at 3:00 pm, at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum, 33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA. Guest conductor Richard Wyman will conduct the program.  Featured are Vermont State Fair by Steve Danyew, Hammersmith by Gustav Holst, Manhattan Beach by John Philip Sousa, March, Op. 99 by Sergey Prokofiev/arr. Paul Yoder, March Jejune by Robert Langslet, Handel in the Strand by Percy Grainger/arr. Goldman, Danse Macabre by Camille Saint-Saens/arr. Mark H. Hindsley, Melodious Thunk by David Biedenbender, Irish Tune from County Derry by Percy Grainger, and Cuban Overture by George Gershwin/arr. Mark Rogers. Mr. Wyman will deliver a pre-concert lecture at 2:30 pm.  Richard Wyman recently retired as the Assistant Director of the U.S. Coast Guard Band. He is currently the Administrative Director, Outreach Coordinator at Musical Masterworks and a clinician and guest conductor of school and honor festival ensembles.

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. Tickets can also be purchased online. Call the MetWinds Concert Line at (978) 419-1697 to reserve or purchase tickets.

To purchase tickets online, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/metwinds-fall-concert-traveler-tickets-75742976281

Visit the MetWinds web page at http://www.metwinds.org for information and directions. Email mws@mws-boston.org with any questions.

Founded by Jerry Gardner in 1971, the MetWinds, a concert band, is currently celebrating its 49th anniversary. The MetWinds comprises over 70 talented woodwind, brass, and percussion instrumentalists who audition for membership and seating. It makes a significant contribution to the cultural life of the Greater Boston community by providing its audiences with high quality concerts and its members with opportunities for musical growth.  This and other concerts by the MetWinds are funded in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.

    Location: 33 Marrett Rd Lexington, MA 02421
   3:00 PM  -  4:00 PM Cary Library Foundation Financial Planning Seminar  
    Contact: Mary Ellen Ringo   781-698-4405   meringo@lexingtonma.gov
   

Free Estate Planning Seminar—Back by Popular Demand!
https://www.carylibrary.org/foundation/events/free-estate-planning-seminar

Sunday, October 27, 2019, 2:00-3:30 p.m.
 

Cary Memorial Library, Large Meeting Room, Lower Level, 1874 Mass. Ave., Lexington

Have you ever wondered: Why do I need a will? What things should I think about if I’m updating my will? How will taxes affect my estate? What is a trust? How can a trust save taxes and protect assets? What if I own a small business? How do financial planning and estate planning go together? These and other questions will be addressed in an upcoming seminar, “Estate Planning Basics.” Bring your own questions! Our panel of experts include:

  • Pam Hoffman, MBA, moderator
  • Mellinda Abbott, CPA
  • Peter Hoffman, CFP, MBA
  • Patrick McAvoy, JD (LLM Taxation)
  • Rand Spero, CFP, MBA
  • Jane Trudeau, JD (LLM Taxation)
  • William Yates, JD

Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Planned Giving Committee of the Cary Memorial Library Foundation. For a free ticket to this event, please register onlinehttps://www.carylibrary.org/foundation/events/free-estate-planning-seminar. Questions? Contact Mary Ellen Ringo, Director of Development, at 781-698-4406 or meringo@lexingtonma.gov.

   5:30 PM  -  7:30 PM LexWelcome 2019-LexRAP Second Annual Fundraiser at Temple Isaiah in Lexington  
    Contact: Laura Tandara   781-460-8551   ltandara@yahoo.com
   

LexRAP invites you to “LexWelcome 2019”.  This event will be an evening of music and lovingly prepared Middle Eastern food. Join us on Sunday, October 27th, at Temple Isaiah for a Fundraiser Dinner as we celebrate freedom and the gifts that our new immigrant neighbors bring to our local communities. Help us lift the spirit of support that we offer to those seeking a safe and secure home among us in our towns and neighborhoods.

LexRAP currently supports almost 60 people who are refugees and asylum seekers from Iraq, Syria, Uganda, Jamaica, Iran and other countries. The LexRAP community also includes tutors, social workers, ESL teachers, translators and other LexRAP volunteers.Tickets are $40 per adult, $20 for children, and a family cap of $100 for two adults and one or more children.  Tickets may be purchased at bit.ly/LexRAP-Isaiah-Dinner-Fundraiser.  Seats are limited, so reserve now! Dinner starts promptly at 5:30pm. Proceeds will be used by LexRAP to continue providing direct support to refugee families living in our area. Of course, additional tax-deductible donations will help us further to advance our mission. See www.LexRAP.org.

We hope you can make it!

    Location: Temple Isaiah, 55 Lincoln St, Lexington, MA 02421

Monday October 28, 2019
   6:00 PM  -  9:00 PM Lexington League of Women Voters Annual Meeting/Co-Sponsored Event on Gun Violence  
    Contact: Jeanne Canale   781-861-0287   j.canale@rcn.com
   

GUN VIOLENCE:  A PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS
  A TALK BY DR. DAVID HEMENWAY, CO-SPONSORED by TEMPLE ISAIAH AND LWV LEXINGTON

 
Gun violence is a leading cause of premature death in the United States, killing more than 38,000 people per year and injuring many more. From time to time there are important efforts to reduce gun violence through legislation—usually in response to a tragic event.  There is another very important approach that deserves more attention--the growing recognition that gun violence is a public health issue.
 
On Monday, October 28, 2019 at 7:30 PM, Temple Isaiah and the League of Women Voters, Lexington, are co-sponsoring a talk by Dr. David Hemenway based on his highly acclaimed book, Private Guns, Public Health (U Michigan Press 2017).  David Hemenway, Ph.D., is a Professor at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Director of the Harvard Injury Control Research Center. He has written over 240 journal articles and five books including Private Guns, Public Health.
 
Our event, which is free and open to the public, will take place at Temple Isaiah, 55 Lincoln St, Lexington, MA 02421.  Refreshments will be available from 6:30 PM-7:30 PM, and Dr. Hemenway will speak at 7:30 PM.
 
Dr. Hemenway’s talk will present the case for approaching gun violence as a public health issue-- emphasizing prevention over punishment. He will frame the issue using current data and research, compare the United States to other countries, and propose ways to reduce gun violence.
 
 For more information, contact   LWV Lexington, Convener, Margaret Coppe,  mecoppe@gmail.com,   Temple Isaiah Social Action Committee, Don Detweiler, 781-974-4225.
 
Note:
• You are invited to join us before the event at 6 PM for a brief Annual Meeting of the local League of Women Voters, Lexington.
• Dr. Hemenway will sign books after the talk, if you bring his books with you.  No books will be sold at this event.

    Location: Temple Isaiah, 55 Lincoln St, Lexington, MA 02421

Thursday October 31, 2019
   2:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Trick or Treat with Local Businesses  
    Contact: Eric Michelson   781-862-1034   eric@michelsonshoes.com
   

Start your Halloween Trick or Treating in Lexington Center. Participating center businesses will have balloon bouquets outside their doors.Sponsored by the Lexington Retailers Association, this traditional holiday kick-off is fun for the ages 1 - 10. For more information go to www.HalloweeninLexington.com


Friday November 1, 2019
   9:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Lexington League of Women Voters First Friday Forum  
    Contact: jeanne canale   7818610287   j.canale@rcn.com
   

Lexington’s Sustainable Action Plan – Prioritizing Projects to Achieve Our Goals

Lexington’s Board of Selectmen (BOS) approved the Town’s Sustainable Action Plan in August 2018. This plan describes the process that the Town will follow to identify, evaluate, and implement projects and programs to improve the Town’s sustainability across 10 sectors including: building performance, energy, food, land use, transportation, waste reduction, etc.

Please join the League of Women Voters, Lexington First Friday Forum when the Sustainable Lexington Committee will present an initial set of priorities in each of the 10 sectors intended to help Lexington achieve its goals to reduce Green House Gas (GHG) emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change. A key part of the discussion will be an interactive session to collect feedback from participants on the initial set of ideas to build on and prioritize the ideas.

This LWV First Friday Forum will take place in the Cary Memorial Library’s Large Meeting Room at 1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington.  Coffee will be available at 9:15 AM and the presentation will begin at 9:30 AM.  All League forums are free and open to the public.

This is the second in a series the League of Women Voters, Lexington sponsors to promote community engagement and information.  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. 

For more information, contact the League Convenor Margaret Coppe at mecoppe@gmail.com

    Location: 1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA

Saturday November 2, 2019 -  Friday January 24, 2020
   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM 12th Annual LEXINGTON OPEN STUDIOS Call to Artists  
    Contact: Colleen Matai   781-862-9696   Colleen.Matei@LexArt.org
   

12thAnnual LEXINGTON OPEN STUDIOS 

April 25 & 26, 2020

CALL TO ARTISTS!

Registration begins November 2nd!

To register go to: www.LexingtonOpenStudios.com

Early bird registration is $50: November 2nd thru midnight, January 10th, 2020

Regular registration is $75: January 11th thru midnight, January 24, 2020

An opportunity to share your artwork! Both “emerging” and “established” artists are welcome to participate.  All artists are welcome: painters, photographers, sculptors, jewelers, woodworkers, fiberart artists, printmakers, ceramic artists and more.

Artists display and sell art in their home studios and at the town’s two art centers, LexArt and Munroe Center for the Arts.  

Artists will also exhibit during April at Cary Memorial Library.  We have an exciting addition for this show!  Information will be included on labels for each piece, and we will offer a tour of select pieces.

Artist do not need to live in Lexington in order to participate.  There are a limited number of community spaces available at Munroe.  Some artists could be paired with other artists in their studios.  It is also possible to hold a popup art show in a friend’s home, if an artist is unable to participate in their own space.  All studios and popup locations must be located in Lexington.

    Location: 130 Waltham Street, Lexington

Saturday November 2, 2019
   10:00 AM  -  5:00 PM LexArt Needle Arts Guild Winter Market  
    Contact: Colleen Matai   781-862-9696   NeedleArts@verizon.net
   

LexArt Needle Arts Guild Winter Market

November 2 & 3, 2019

Saturday & Sunday: 10am to 5pm

Keep Warm with Hats, Scarves, Mittens, Quilts and More!

    Location: 130 Waltham Street, Lexington
   1:00 PM  -  1:30 PM Dances of the World SHOWCASE  
    Contact: World On Stage, Inc   800-913-1270   info@worldonstage.com
   

INTERNATIONAL: DANCES OF THE WORLD SHOWCASE

November 2, 2019, Saturday 1:00 pm
Scottish Rite Museum Auditorium, Lexington, MA

$25, $35, $48  (Also Checkout Early Bird Specials before August 1 )

Five excellent dance troupes, drawn from young, talented dancers representing various countries showcase their “stuff”.  This pool of talent represents a unique blend of youth, talent, training, and colorful traditional clothing. Groups include representation from: China, India, Greece, Ireland, and South America.  

    Location: 33 Marrett Rd Lexington, MA 02421
   4:30 PM  -  6:00 PM HAMZA AKRAM QAWWAL & BROTHERS  
    Contact: World On Stage, Inc   800-913-1270   info@worldonstage.com
   

SOUTH ASIA (INDIA and PAKISTAN): HAMZA AKRAM QAWWAL & BROTHERS

November 2, 2019, Saturday 4:30 pm
Scottish Rite Museum Auditorium, Lexington, MA

$25, $35, $48  (Also Checkout Early Bird Specials before August 1 )

Hamza Akram Qawwal & Brothers, grandsons of the revered Munshi Raziuddin, have been acclaimed for their riveting interpretations of qawwali, the ecstatic improvisational Sufi vocal tradition.

This award-winning ensemble represents the 26th generation of the seven centuries-old Qawwal Bachon ka Gharana of Delhi (India) founded by Saamat bin Ibrahim, the first qawwal of the subcontinent and principal student of mystic Amir Khusrau. The ensemble builds a state of ecstasy through rhythmic handclapping, drumming and powerful vocals (similar to the gospel in its call-response manner) and performs songs that range from 13th-century mystical Persian poems to more recent poems in Punjabi and Urdu.

    Location: 33 Marrett Rd Lexington, MA 02421
   7:00 PM  -  9:00 PM Celebrate Seasons, Celebrate Life!  
    Contact: Innessa Anne Manning   202-375-1752   innessa_manning@yahoo.com
   

Please join the Cary Library Foundation and CAAL (Chinese-American Association of Lexington) for this Library After Dark event, with light snacks and cash bar, on Saturday, November 2, 7-9 pm at Cary Library. You are invited to use your senses to feel and learn how Chinese people guide their living through the year, which is defined by 24 solar terms. Tickets are $10 and available at https://www.carylibrary.org/foundation/events  or the door. Children 12 and under free.

    Location: 1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA
   7:00 PM  -  9:00 PM Function and Family: A Mid-Century Modern Cocktail Party in a Walter Pierce Home  
    Contact: Sarah McDonough   781-862-1703   programs@lexingtonhistory.org
   

Lexington’s Peacock Farm was conceived in 1952 by architects Walter Pierce and Danforth Compton. Pierce lived in the neighborhood until his death in 2013, during which time he refined his modernist principles.* This 1963 family home home in Shaker Glen is one of the 100 homes he designed and retains most of its original character-defining features, while remaining casual, comfortable, and inviting. Join the owners and your friends for a Mid-Century Modern-inspired cocktail party, with music and refreshments of the period, and a silent auction of accessories. Period clothing is also encouraged!

*Please note: If you received a paper invitation, the text describing this home is misleading. This home was built according to plans designed by Walter Pierce for Peacock Farm, but Pierce did not live in it, and it is not located at Peacock Farm. We apologize for any confusion the invitation text may have caused.

Limited to 100 people; $60.

   7:00 PM  -  9:00 PM Library After Dark: Celebrate Seasons, Celebrate Life!  
    Contact: Melanie Lin   781-698-8335   melaniexlin@yahoo.com
   

Please join the Cary Library Foundation and CAAL (Chinese-American Association of Lexington) for this Library After Dark event, with light snacks and cash bar, on Saturday, November 2, 7-9 pm at Cary Library. You are invited to use your senses to feel and learn how Chinese people guide their living through the year, which is defined by 24 solar terms. Tickets are $10 and available at carylibraryfoundation.org or the door. Children 12 and under free.

    Location: 1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA
   8:00 PM  -  9:15 PM Flamenco y Sol  
    Contact: World On Stage, Inc   800-913-1270   info@worldonstage.com
   

SPAIN: FLAMENCO Y SOL

November 2, 2019, Saturday 8:00 pm
Scottish Rite Museum Auditorium, Lexington, MA

$25, $35, $48   (Also Checkout Early Bird Specials before August 1 )

Flamenco y Sol, a New York based company, is made up of one of the finest group of flamenco dancers and musicians in the US. With over 20 years of professional experience, the members of Flamenco y Sol have been professional trained in Spain and USA. They have performed at major venues in Europe and the USA, including the Metropolitan Opera, Joyce Theatre, Thalia Spanish Theatre, Town Hall, and IATI theatre in New York, Tiger Theatre in Frankfurt.

    Location: 33 Marrett Rd Lexington, MA 02421

Sunday November 3, 2019
   10:00 AM  -  5:00 PM LexArt Needle Arts Guild Winter Market  
    Contact: Colleen Matai   781-862-9696   Colleen.Matei@LexArt.org
   

LexArt Needle Arts Guild Winter Market

November 2 & 3, 2019

Saturday & Sunday: 10am to 5pm

Keep Warm with Hats, Scarves, Mittens, Quilts and More!

    Location: 130 Waltham Street, Lexington

Thursday November 7, 2019
   7:00 PM A Revolution in the News: Lecture with Joseph M. Adelman  
    Contact: Stacey Fraser   7818623763   sfraser@lexingtonhistory.org
   

Join us for a fascinating talk by Joseph M. Adelman. Adelman, author of Revolutionary Networks: The Business and Politics of Printing the News, 1763–1789?, will discuss how "printed material, including newspapers, pamphlets, almanacs, and broadsides, played a crucial role as a forum for public debate" (John Hopkins Press).

Talk will take place in our exhibit gallery on the second floor of Buckman Tavern. The current exhibit, #Alarmed!: 18th Century Social Media, will be closed in December 2019, so this is one of your last chances to see this popular exhibit. More info on #Alarmed! here.

Space is limited - please register by emailing programs@lexingtonhistory.org. Suggested donation $5.

    Location: Buckman Tavern

Saturday November 9, 2019
   10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Art Exploratorium with Joanne Stowell  
    Contact: Autumn Schandelmayer-Davis   781-862-6040   autumn@munroecenter.org
   

ArtSpan Fall workshop. Join your little one for a morning of creative play and invention in our new creativity lab! Ages 6-10. $25 per class. For more information visit
https://www.munroecenter.org/artspan or call ArtSpan office at 781-862-6040

 

    Location: Munroe Center for the Arts
   7:30 PM  -  9:30 PM Munroe Saturday Nights Presents The Cherokee Word for Water  
    Contact: Ana Gregoire   781-862-6040   ana@munroecenter.org
   

Come celebrate Native American Heritage month with MSN and “The Cherokee Word for Water”- A feature-length motion picture that tells the story of the work that led Wilma Mankiller to become the first modern female Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Producers Charlie Soap (Wilma’s widower), Kristina Kiehl, and Perry Pickert will join us for a talk back after the viewing of the film. Suggested donation of $10 per person is encouraged. For more information go to munroecenter.org/msn

    Location: Christ Revolution Church 451 Lowell St, Lexington, MA 02420

Friday November 15, 2019 -  Sunday November 17, 2019
   1:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Friends of Cary Library Fall Book Sale  
    Contact: Friends of Cary Cary Library   781-862-6288 x84407   friends@carylibrary.org
   

Friends of Cary Memorial Library Annual Fall Gently Used Book Sale

Friday, November 15 —Sunday, November 17, 2019

Cary Memorial Library, Large Meeting Room, Lower Level

1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington

 

Member Hours: Friday, November 15, 1-5 pm; Saturday, November 16, 9-10am (Join at the door.)

General Hours: Saturday, November 16, 10am-5pm; Sunday, November 17, 1-5pm

Large selection of children's books, teen's books, adult books of all genres, CDs and DVDs. Cash, checks and credit cards accepted.

Proceeds benefit Cary Library.

 

Ongoing Book Sale

The Friends Book Store (Main Level) and Children's Book Sale Cart (Children's Room) are regularly stocked and accessible during regular libary hours.

    Location: 1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA

Friday November 15, 2019
   6:30 PM  -  8:30 PM Wine & Pottery with Donna Pioli  
    Contact: Autumn Schandelmayer-Davis   781-862-6040   autumn@munroecenter.org
   

ArtSpan Fall workshop. Come hang out with us on a Friday night during our Wine & Pottery class where we spend the evening sipping wine and creating clay projects in a relaxed and fun group of both beginner and experienced students. Ages 21+, $45 per student with class limited to 9 

*Students choose a glaze for up to 3 pieces. Pieces can be picked up 3 weeks from class. For more information visit https://www.munroecenter.org/artspan or call ArtSpan office at 781-862-6040

    Location: Munroe Center for the Arts

Saturday November 16, 2019
   10:00 AM  -  2:00 PM Clay as Canvas: Painterly Techniques with Underglazes with Peg Kane  
    Contact: Autumn Schandelmayer-Davis   781-862-6040   autumn@munroecenter.org
   

ArtSpan Fall Workshop- New this fall at ArtSpan, a painting workshop where we explore underglazes on clay to create multi-layered and colorful imagery. $35 per person. For more information visit https://www.munroecenter.org/artspan or call ArtSpan office at 781-862-6040

    Location: Munroe Center for the Arts
   4:00 PM  -  6:30 PM Gelli Printing Stationery/Card Making with Marina Strauss  
    Contact: Autumn Schandelmayer-Davis   781-862-6040   autumn@munroecenter.org
   

ArtSpan Fall Workshop - New this fall at ArtSpan, printmaker and professional art therapist, Marina Strauss, will be leading a 2.5 hour workshop on gelli printing (a modern-day version of monoprinting). Explore the possibilities of gelli printing as you make stationery and your own holiday cards! $20 per adult and $10 per child. For more information visit

https://www.munroecenter.org/artspan or call ArtSpan office at 781-862-6040.

    Location: Munroe Center for the Arts

Friday November 29, 2019
     Historic House Hours  
    Contact: Stacey Fraser   781-862-3763   sfraser@lexingtonhistory.org
   

Buckman Tavern open for self-paced audio tours, 9:30 AM-4 PM.

Munroe Tavern open for self-guided tours, 12-4 PM.

Hancock-Clarke House open for guided tours, 10 AM–4 PM.


Saturday November 30, 2019
     Historic House Hours  
    Contact: Stacey Fraser   781-862-3763   sfraser@lexingtonhistory.org
   

Buckman Tavern open for self-paced audio tours, 9:30 AM-4 PM.

Munroe Tavern open for self-guided tours, 12-4 PM.

Hancock-Clarke House open for guided tours, 10 AM–4 PM.

   9:00 AM  -  11:00 AM Cupcake 5K  
    Contact: Anne Rollins   917-968-6670   anne@embodyfitness.net
   

embodyFitness is pleased to partner with the Calliope Joy Foundation for the second annual Cupcake 5k Run/Walk on Saturday, November 30, 2019.  

The Cupcake 5K will inspire novice and experienced runners to participate in a race through historic Lexington, Massachusetts to support children and adults impacted by the family of disorders known as leukodystrophies. This fun, family-friendly community event is being organized by three Lexington High School graduates, Nicole Kefalas (90’), Anne Rollins (87’) and Maria Kefalas (85’) to provide a special day of fun, cupcakes and running.

The Cupcake 5K Run/Walk: A USATF sanctioned course through bucolic Lexington. Prizes awarded to the top 3 male and female overall finshers and first finisher in each age group. $35 entry fee. 

The Cupcake 5K - Participants wear an identifier (bandana or wristband issued at number pick up) and will stop at each mile marker/cupcake station where particpants will consume one cupcake and then drink a small amount of water. The cupcake station volunteer will then mark the particpants bib with a special cupcake stamp. To be eligible for the proze, partipcants must collect stamps from all three cupcake stations and be the first male or female finisher. $45 entry fee.

T-Shirts for the first 200 participants.

REGISTER:  https://my.racewire.com/event/6358


Sunday December 1, 2019
   3:30 PM  -  5:30 PM Dynamic Duos: Partnerships of the Baroque  
    Contact: Andrew Moreschi   617-429-0332   admin@sarasamusic.org
   

Works by Vivaldi, Tartini, Vandini, Corelli, Pietro Boni, Sylvius Leopold Weiss & Händel

This program surveys some of the many partnerships that sprang up during the Baroque era between famous violinist-composers and their favorite cellists, producing a wealth of instrumental sonata repertoire.

Alison Bury, violin; Richard Earle, oboe; Jennifer Morsches, piccolo cello; Timothy Merton, cello; Michael Leopold, theorbo

    Location: First Parish in Lexington, 7 Harrington Road

Saturday December 14, 2019
   10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Art Exploratorium with Joanne Stowell  
    Contact: Autumn Schandelmayer-Davis   781-862-6040   autumn@munroecenter.org
   

ArtSpan Fall workshop. Join your little one for a morning of creative play and invention in our new creativity lab! Ages 6-10. $25 per class. For more information visit
https://www.munroecenter.org/artspan or call ArtSpan office at 781-862-6040

 

    Location: Munroe Center for the Arts

Sunday January 19, 2020
   3:30 PM  -  5:30 PM Viola, Viola! Mozart & Brahms Viola Quintets  
    Contact: Andrew Moreschi   617-429-0332   admin@sarasamusic.org
   

Many classical composers seemed to prefer playing the viola in their chamber music gatherings—from Bach to Beethoven to Mozart to Schubert to Mendelssohn to Dvorak to Hindemith. This program indulges in the great instrumental combination of two violins, two violas and cello, highlighting the beauty of the middle voice.

Mozart String Quintet No. 4 in G minor, K. 516
Brahms String Quintet No. 2 in G Major, Op. 111

Rodolfo Richter, Susannah Foster, violins; Jenny Stirling, Jason Fisher, violas; Timothy Merton, cello

    Location: First Parish in Lexington, 7 Harrington Road

Sunday March 8, 2020
   3:30 PM  -  5:30 PM Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin, D795  
    Contact: Andrew Moreschi   617-429-0332   admin@sarasamusic.org
   

A rare chance to hear Schubert’s astounding song cycle depicting a journeyman’s turbulent experience of unrequited love, etched by sounds of a babbling brook, a restless mill, the confident horn calls of a hunter, all captured in an arrangement for tenor and string quartet.

Frank Kelley, tenor; Christina Day Martinson, Jesse Irons, violins; Jessica Troy, viola; Jennifer Morsches, cello

    Location: First Parish in Lexington, 7 Harrington Road

Sunday May 17, 2020
   3:30 PM  -  5:30 PM Scènes pastorales ~ Pastoral scenes  
    Contact: Andrew Moreschi   617-429-0332   admin@sarasamusic.org
   

Works by Jan Nepomuk Hummel, Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber & Franz Schubert

Musical pastoral scenes complete our season with a performance of the beloved Trout Quintet by Schubert and a relatively unknown string trio by his close friend, Jan Nepomuk Hummel.

Christina Day Martinson, violin & viola; Jenny Stirling, viola; Timothy Merton, cello; TBD, bass; Maggie Cole, fortepiano

    Location: First Parish in Lexington, 7 Harrington Road

Wednesday June 30, 2021
   7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM FREE Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous Weekly Meeting  
    Contact: Ann Marie   617-610-3748   amsheridan1@yahoo.com
   

   Are You Having Trouble

Controlling The Way You Eat?

You are not alone.  Today, there is a solution.

Weekly Meeting

Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous
Wednesdays
7:00 – 8:30 PM

St. Brigid; Parish Center
1995 Massachusetts Ave
Lexington, MA 02421

www.foodaddicts.org

    Location: St. Brigid's Parish Center

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