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2017-02-25
Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage: Not Your Ordinary Marriage
What:“Not Your Ordinary Marriage”

A fun marriage conference utilizing Mark Gungor’s videos that even men will love! Presented by Steve and Jan Misarski: Independent Seminar Providers for Laugh Your Way America.

On-screen presentations by Mark Gungor including “The Tale of Two Brains”, “The #1 Key to Incredible Sex” and more! We will walk through the entire Laugh Your Way experience including the insightful Flag Page program where Steve and Jan will have a couple come up and talk about their flag page. This is an enjoyable seminar that speaks to everyone (dating, engaged or married).

JOIN US AS ONE OR AS A COUPLE FOR THIS 1-DAY EVENT with Jan & Steve
Misarski –featuring Mark Gungor Videos.
When:2017-02-25
9:00 am - 4:30 pm (doors open
Where:East Brookfield Baptist Church
262 E Main St
East Brookfield, MA
Phone:413.896.7543
Email:ebbccouplesinchrist@gmail.com
2017-02-25
Science Sprouts
What:On the last Saturday of each month accompany your little one for a monthly program that incorporates science, math, nature and art exploration! These programs are designed for children ages PreK-6 accompanied by an adult.
Tower Hill Member: $12 per session, Nonmember: $25 per session, includes cost of admission per child and adult
Fee includes all materials and is per one child and one adult. Instructor: Suzanne Hauerstein
When:2017-02-25
10-11:30am
Where:Tower Hill Botanic Garden
11 French Drive
Boylston, MA
Phone:508.869.6111
Link:https://towerhillbg.thankyou4caring.org/pages/event-registration-form---science-sprouts
2017-02-25
Crimson Rain
What:Christian Rock Concert!
When:2017-02-25
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Where:!Cafe con Dios!
22 Faith Ave.
Auburn, MA
Phone:508.579.6722
Email:slride@msn.com
2017-02-25
2017 Worcester RV & Camping Show
What:Don't miss the 2017 RV & Camping Show. The entire DCU Convention Center will be filled with all the latest 2017 model RVs. Everything from tent trailers to park models; from truck campers to travel trailers.

Compare your favorites as you see, touch and experience each one. Talk with the factory reps and dealers. Save with special show prices, discount financing and manufacturers incentives. You’ll get your best deal at the 2017 Worcester RV & Camping Show. Get information about dozens of RV parks and campgrounds. Be sure to check out the “Promotions and Giveaways” section for FREE car washes from Ernie’s Auto Wash.
When:2017-02-25
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Where:DCU Center
50 Foster St.
Worcester, MA
Link:worcestershows.com
2017-02-26
Dumbo Movie Screening
What:Each weekend in February, Blackstone Valley 14: Cinema de Lux will show beloved Disney classics Alice in Wonderland, Aladdin, Frozen and Dumbo on the big screen! Bring the whole family to experience the magic.
February 24th-26th, showings at 10:30am and 12:15pm
$6 tickets
When:2017-02-26
10:30am, 12:15pm
Where:Blackstone Valley 14: Cinema de Lux
70 Providence Turnpike
Millbury, MA
Link:https://www.showcasecinemas.com/programs/Familyfavoritefilmseries
2017-02-26
Invisible Fractures: The Enduring Trauma of Emotional Abuse
What:Invisible Fractures: The Enduring Trauma of Emotional Abuse, a series of digital photographs paired with audio depicting the emotional toll suffered by victims of emotional abuse, will be on exhibit from February 3-26, 2017, at the Piano Craft Gallery, with an opening reception on Friday, February 3, from 6-10 p.m.

For this series, Tine invited survivors of emotional abuse to conceptualize visual depictions of how the abuse made them feel.
In addition, she created audio recordings that describe some of the abuse in detail and explain how the abuse impacted the victims and how they were finally able to leave their abusers (in the cases where the abuse is not ongoing).

Because emotional abuse has too often been shown to be more damaging long-term than other kinds of abuse—and because the absence of physical scars causes many victims to discredit their own realities—Tine created this photographic project to empower and give closure to victims of severe emotional abuse, to offer hope and help to people currently in emotionally abusive relationships, to raise awareness about emotional abuse, and to raise money to assist victims of emotional abuse.

As part of this free exhibition, partner and sponsor Casa Myrna, a Boston-based domestic violence shelter founded by a female artist/abuse victim, will provide information on how to access resources dedicated to helping emotional abuse victims.

Invisible Fractures: The Enduring Trauma of Emotional Abuse is sponsored by Casa Myrna, Emma’s Pizza, Lord Hobo, Hojoko, Around the Corner Framing, Sofra, and Nations Photo Lab.
When:2017-02-26
12-5pm
Where:Piano Craft Gallery
793 Tremont Street
Boston, MA
Link:www.pianocraftgallery.com
2017-02-27
Geoffrey Zakarian Live
What:Worcester native and Food Network personality Geoffrey Zakarian joins us for an evening of culinary conversation, sponsored by Discover Central Massachusetts, the region's travel and tourism agency.

Throughout a career spanning 30 years, Geoffrey Zakarian has made his mark as a chef-restaurateur known for his sophisticated taste and signature style. As owner of The Lambs Club and The National in the heart of midtown Manhattan, as well as The National in Greenwich, Connecticut, Zakarian combines his classical culinary training and his eye for design in these three unique restaurants. He also oversees the food and beverage program at The Water Club at Borgata in Atlantic City. In 2014, Zakarian re-launched The Palm Court The Rose Club and The Champagne Bar at the iconic Plaza Hotel. In June of 2016, Zakarian made his West Coast debut, opening Georgie and The Garden Bar at Montage Beverly Hills.
Up next, Zakarian is slated to open two concepts, Point Royal and Counter Point, within The Diplomat Beach Resort in Hollywood, FL.

Outside of his work as a chef, Zakarian is an accomplished author and notable television personality. In 2006, Clarkson Potter published his debut book, Geoffrey Zakarian's Town/Country, while his second cookbook, My Perfect Pantry, hit shelves in October 2014. In addition to his status as a longtime favorite judge on Food Network's Chopped and as an Iron Chef, Zakarian is a co-host on Food Network's daytime series, The Kitchen, which premiered in January 2014, as well as the host of a new Food Network show, Cooks Vs. Cons.

Zakarian also serves as Chairman of the City Harvest Food Council, an organization committed to fighting hunger in New York City. Most recently, Zakarian launched a system of refrigerator storage containers called Pro For Home, currently available on HSN.
When:2017-02-27
6:30-8pm
Where:Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
2 Southbridge Street
Worcester, MA
Phone:877 571 7469
Email:lirwin@thehanovertheatre.org
Link:www.thehanovertheatre.org/
2017-02-27
Free People's Artist Workshop
What:Sponsored by The Worcester County Poetry Association Please join us every last Monday of the Month for this group open to all creative people: writers, painters, dancers, musicians, potters, craftsmen, composers and more. Bring your works in progress for valuable feedback from the group members. Helpful comments and suggestions from other knowledgeable artists. Everyone interested in the arts is welcome to sit in. Group facilitated by Sid Solomon and Sam Lalos.
When:2017-02-27
7-8pm
Where:Annie's Book Stop of Worcester
65 James Street
Worcester, MA
Phone:508-796-5613
2017-02-27
Worcester Restaurant Week
What:Fill your appetite without emptying your wallet!

Worcester Restaurant Week allows people to sample food from a wide variety of Worcester's best restaurants without breaking the bank.

Participating restaurants lower their prices and create a special menu, offering a three-course meal for only $24.17.

Over 35 restaurants to choose from between February 27th and March 11th
When:2017-02-27
Where:Various Locations

Worcester, MA
Link:www.worcesterrestaurantweek.com/
2017-03-01
Stroller Tour at Worcester Art Museum: Looking Up - Clouds and Skies
What:It's never too early to visit the Worcester Art Museum to start learning about art! This tour is designed for children 0 - 3 years old, their siblings, and their parents/grandparents/guardians. A Museum teacher will engage caretakers and their infants and toddlers with art and stories in the galleries. Stay for tea, coffee, juice and snacks after your tour. Free with Museum admission. Please be aware the Salisbury entrance is stilled closed at 10:30. Stroller access is available through the Tuckerman Street lot.

March 1: Looking Up: Clouds & Skies
Join us in the European galleries as we look at skies in works of art, paying special attention to the clouds. What do you see in the clouds?
When:2017-03-01
10:30-11:15am
Where:Worcester Art Museum
55 Salisbury Street
Worcester, MA
Phone:508.799.4406
Email:information@worcesterart.org
Link:www.worcesterart.org/
2017-03-01
Adult Drawing Class
What:Sharpen your observation skills and learn to translate your vision to paper. This class is an introduction to basic drawing materials and techniques, with a focus on the use of line, value, texture, proportion, composition and expression. It is a class for students who have never taken a drawing class and for those who want to refresh their skills. Supply list will be emailed upon registration.

Please email beverly@willardhouse.org or call the museum at 508.839.3500 to register for this class.

Instructor: Janet Scudder
Members/$135 Non-members/$150
This is a five-week class, repeating every Wednesday for the month of March.
When:2017-03-01
10am-1pm
Where:Willard House and Clock Museum
11 Willard Street
Grafton, MA
Phone:508-839-3500
Email:beverly@willardhouse.org
Link:willardhouse.org/
2017-03-02
Dr. Seuss Birthday Bash
What:Help us celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday with stories, songs, birthday cake, and a fun craft!
Ages 10 and under. Free!
When:2017-03-02
3:30-4:30pm
Where:Worcester Public Library
3 Salem Square
Worcester, MA
Email:events@worcpublib.org
2017-03-02
Adult Watercolor Class
What:This class is an introduction to all the basics of watercolor painting. Through demonstrations and one on one instruction, learn techniques that will get you painting in the first class. Basic drawing skills recommended, but not required. Materials list will be emailed prior to the first class.

Please email beverly@willardhouse.org or call the museum at 508.839.3500 to register for this class.

Instructor: Catherine Garnett
Members/$135 Non-members/$150
This is a five-week class, repeating every Thursday for the month of March.
When:2017-03-02
10am-1pm
Where:Willard House and Clock Museum
11 Willard Street
Grafton, MA
Phone:508-839-3500
Email:beverly@willardhouse.org
Link:willardhouse.org/
2017-03-02
Kid's After School Cooking Class
What:Kids learn about cooking tasty treats with ingredients that they can grow at home in these hands-on classes.
March 2: Salsa and Guacamole
Pre-registration required, max 12-15

If your child has a food allergy this must be reported at time of registration or at least two weeks prior to the first cooking class.

Tower Hill Member: $15, Nonmember: $25 per child, includes cost of admission for child
When:2017-03-02
3:30-5pm
Where:Tower Hill Botanic Garden
11 French Drive
Boylston, MA
Phone:508-869-6111x124
Email:registrar@towerhillbg.org
Link:https://towerhillbg.thankyou4caring.org/pages/event-registration-form---kids-after-school-cooking-class
2017-03-03
Opening of Order out of Chaos Art Exhibit
What:Join us for the opening of "Order Out of Chaos" by sculptor James Buxton. During exhibitions, the Aurora is open Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, from 12-4pm. Please feel free to contact us to set up an appointment outside of these hours; we are happy to do so. In winter, we close for inclement weather in accordance with the Worcester Public Schools. Exhibits are free and open to the public. - See more at: https://www.discovercentralma.org/sp/opening--james-buxton---order-out-of-chaos-/#sthash.FiAM9k2W.dpuf
When:2017-03-03
12-4pm
Where:ArtsWorcester
660 Main Street
Worcester, MA
Phone:5087555142
Email:juliet@artsworcester.org
Link:https://www.discovercentralma.org/sp/opening--james-buxton---order-out-of-chaos-/#sthash.FiAM9k2W.dpuf
2017-03-03
Baby Bounce
What:Get your baby bouncing and singing in this free storytime just for babies! We read board books, sing songs, and play! Ages birth to 24 months.
When:2017-03-03
11-12pm
Where:Worcester Public Library
3 Salem Square
Worcester, MA
Email:events@worcpublib.org
2017-03-04 through 2017-03-05
Pancakes at the Farm
What:Join us for Heifer Farm’s annual pancake breakfast. The meal includes pancakes covered in Heifer Farm maple syrup with a side of farm-raised pork sausage, coffee and juice. After breakfast, tour the farm to view the maple sugaring operation, meet the newborn lambs and explore Heifer’s Global Village. Reservations are recommended for this popular breakfast feast.
When:2017-03-04 through 2017-03-05
8:30am-1pm
Where:Heifer Farm Rutland
216 Wachusett St
Rutland, MA
Phone:508-886-2221
Email:heifer.farm@heifer.org
2017-03-04
The Four Seasons: Venice Baroque Orchestra Concert
What:Music Worcester presents the Venice Baroque Orchestra, which is recognized as one of the premier ensembles devoted to period instrument performance. The Orchestra receives wide critical acclaim for its concert and opera performances throughout North America, Europe, South America, Japan and Korea,Taiwan and China. The Orchestra has appeared in many more cities across the United States than any other Baroque orchestra in history. They also maintain the most frequent touring schedule to Asia. Their performance in Worcester will showcase some of Baroque music's finest works, including pieces by Vivaldi, Corelli, and Galuppi.
When:2017-03-04
8pm
Where:Mechanics Hall
321 Main Street
Worcester, MA
Phone:(508) 752-5608
Email:midge@musicworcester.org
Link:www.mechanicshall.org/
2017-03-04
BALLAKÉ SISSOKO & VINCENT SÉGAL Concert
What:Mali's great kora player Ballaké Sissoko and eclectic French cellist Vincent Ségal blend the sounds of bowed and plucked strings to mellifluous, virtuosic effect. Together, they craft a modern sensibility where West African and European origins are relevant but secondary to connection and presence in the moment. "The interplay between this African harp and the cello was transcendent."--Bob Boilen (Host, NPR, All Songs Considered)
When:2017-03-04
8pm
Where:Villa Victoria Center for the Arts
85 West Newton Street
Boston, MA
Phone:(617) 927-1737
Email:jennifer@worldmusic.org
2017-03-04
Maple Days at OSV
What:For many at Old Sturbridge Village, the first whiff of spring isn't the aroma of spring flowers - it's the smell of wood smoke and maple syrup, a sure sign that the sap is rising and spring is on the way. Join us for four weekends of our Maple Days event throughout March, where you can see maple sugaring as it was done in early 19th-century rural New England in OSV's working sugar camp.

See the entire sugar-making process, from tapping the trees to "sugaring off," and learn why maple sugar was more commonly used than maple syrup in early New England. Learn about how maple sugaring has changed over the years through our Maple Sugaring Timeline, an examination of different tapping techniques. See demonstrations of the traditional Native American methods, early 19th-century New England, 20th century metal buckets, and contemporary tubing. Costumed historians will also cook period foods made with maple products by the hearth at the Village's Freeman Farm.
When:2017-03-04
9:30-4pm
Where:Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Phone:(508) 347-3362
Link:https://www.osv.org/
2017-03-04
Micro, Macro Youth Art Workshop
What:Using microscopes students will study small objects and create large scale paintings.
Ages 10+

Instructor: Suzanne Hauerstein
Pre-registration required, max 12

Fee includes all materials and is per child
Tower Hill Member: $20, Nonmember: $30 includes cost of admission for child
When:2017-03-04
10-11:30am
Where:Tower Hill Botanic Garden
11 French Drive
Boylston, MA
Phone:508-869-6111x124
Email:registrar@towerhillbg.org
Link:https://towerhillbg.thankyou4caring.org/pages/event-registration-form---micro-macro
2017-03-04
Saltwater Etching Art Workshop
What:In this workshop students will learn the low-tech method of saltwater etching. Unlike other methods, which use harsh chemicals, saltwater etching is safer and accomplishes the same results. Electro-etching is when the etching bath is electrically charged. During this workshop students will learn how to make their own saltwater etching baths and have the knowledge to create their own setup at home. Preparation of metal, etching solution and various kinds of resists will be discussed during this workshop.
$94
When:2017-03-04
10am-4pm
Where:Worcester Center for Crafts - Metals Studio
25 Sagamore Road
Worcester, MA
Phone:508-753-8183x301
Email:wccregistration@worcester.edu
Link:https://register.worcestercraftcenter.org/CourseStatus.awp?&course=175MW426A
2017-03-04
Face Mug Art Workshop
What:In this fun, theme based pottery workshop, you will firstly be taught the basics of throwing a cup form, while practicing on the potter's wheel under the instructor's guidance. Then the real fun begins, as you learn to pinch, sculpt and manipulate clay while forming a face mug of your own design. Once fired in our kilns and glazed, you will have the most unique coffee mug in the office!
$59
When:2017-03-04
1-4pm
Where:Worcester Center for Crafts - Wheelthrowing Studio
25 Sagamore Road
Worcester, MA
Phone:508-753-8183x301
Email:wccregistration@worcester.edu
Link:https://register.worcestercraftcenter.org/CourseStatus.awp?&course=174CW005B
2017-03-04
Brownie Badge Workshop
What:Earn the Senses badge at this workshop for Brownie Scouts. Meet at the Visitor Center for a mix of indoor and trail-based activities. Explore the sanctuary on foot or maybe even snowshoes after you work on your badge. For ages 6 to 9. For more information and to register, call 508.753.6087.
$8 for Mass Audubon Members and Non-Members
When:2017-03-04
10am-12pm
Where:Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlif
414 Massasoit Road
Worcester, MA
Email:bmbrook@massaudubon.org
Link:www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/program-catalog#program:sanctuary=4:startDate=1488344400:endDate=1490932800:program_code=46893
2017-03-04
"I Found My Village, Now What?"
What:The morning will begin with a short business meeting followed by the featured presentation by Julie Roberts Szcepankiewicz a family history researcher and speaker with 20 years of experience in researching her family's origins in Poland, Germany, The U.S. and Canada.

Finding vital records for one's family in Poland is a critical step in exploring one's Polish ancestry, but can sometimes be confusing. After a brief overview of the Polish partitions to introduce beginners to the history and geography of Poland, Julie will illustrate the use of church records, passenger manifests, naturalization records, and other documents from U.S. sources to determine one's ancestral village accurately. Shell suggest resources and strategies to help you decipher misspelled place names, and discuss the next steps in your research: determining the parish and civil registry office using gazetteers, and obtaining birth, marriage, and death records. Julie will rely heavily on online sources throughout her presentation, and show how you can trace your Polish ancestry without having to cross the ocean.

The meeting is open to anyone interested in this presentation. Attendees are encouraged to bring along a friend(s), as well as your own non-alcoholic beverage, munchies will be provided. Anyone bringing goodies to share will receive an extra door prize ticket. Membership is encouraged for anyone pursuing the hobby, passion, or profession of Genealogy. Yearly membership is only $25.00 for an individual and $30.00 for a family living in the same household.

Please note that parking isn't allowed in the 'green' areas (further from the door). Note your space number and pay for parking at the outdoor kiosk (cash or credit cards accepted) BEFORE entering the library.

Questions? Contact: Nancy Schultzberg, Publicity Chairperson, at 774-573-9529. For more information about the Worcester Chapter of the Massachusetts Society of Genealogists, visit our website
When:2017-03-04
10am-12pm
Where:Worcester Public Library - Saxe Room
3 Salem Square
Worcester, MA
Phone:774-573-9529
Link:www.massachusettssocietyofgenealogists.org -or- www.msoginc.org
2017-03-04
Poultry Seminar at Klems
What:Free to attend! Learn basic care, egg laying, nutrition and more!
When:2017-03-04
10:00 am
Where:Klems Tractor Supply
117 West Main St.
Spencer , MA
Phone:508.885.2708 ext. 10
Link:www.klemsonline.com
2017-03-05
Family Winter Tree ID Walk
What:Trees are most commonly identified by their leaves, but there are other clues that can help identify type of tree. Learn how to identify trees in the winter time on a family friendly walk through the woods.
All ages, Tower Hill Member: $15/family, Nonmember: $25/family plus cost of admission -
Instructor: Alice Puccio
Pre-registration required
When:2017-03-05
1-2pm
Where:Tower Hill Botanic Garden
11 French Drive
Boylston, MA
Phone:508.869.6111
Link:https://towerhillbg.thankyou4caring.org/pages/event-registration-form---family-winter-tree-id-walk
2017-03-05
Carnival of the Animals - A Free Family Concert
What:Saint-Saens has created a delightful, heart-warming and humorous musical depiction of a veritable zoo full of animals. Aided by the witty poems of Ogden Nash as updated by our own narrator Rohan Gregory, this is entertainment for young and old alike. Musicians become Elephants, Kangaroos, Donkeys, Fish and of course, the king of the jungle, the Xylophone! Bring the kids, they'll laugh, you'll cry! Or perhaps you'll laugh and they'll cry, either way it's fun, fun fun!

Featuring artwork inspired by the music, created by students at Dawson Elementary School in Holden.

Bring a new or gently used book to donate to Reliant Medical Group Foundations Reach Out and Read program and you will be automatically entered into a raffle to win a free family pass to the EcoTarium.

Sunday, March 5, 2017 3:00-4:00 PM
Mechanics Hall
321 Main Street, Worcester
Free Admission (reservations are not required)

With guests Robert Schulz, percussion; William Kirkley, clarinets; and Anthony D'Amico, double bass
When:2017-03-05
3-4pm
Where:Mechanics Hall
321 Main Street
Worcester, MA
Email:jason@worcesterchambermusic.org
Link:worcesterchambermusic.org/carnival-of-the-animals
2017-03-05
Explore the World in a Cup of Tea
What:Tea can be sweet, rich, buttery, and citrusy. It can wake you up and calm you down. Tea has a history that spans the globe and health benefits that will keep you going. It has been cultivated for over 4,000 years and is the second most popular drink in the world (behind water). Come spend some time getting to know tea's delightful flavors and aromas, as well as its fascinating history, how it's made, where it's from, and what it can do for you. You'll learn how to steep tea for best flavor and sample several varieties, including a delicate white, refreshing green, smooth oolong, malty black, and more.

Instructor: Hillel Bromberg, Tea Oasis
Tower Hill Member $20, Non-member $35
When:2017-03-05
1-2:30pm
Where:Tower Hill Botanic Garden
11 French Drive
Boylston, MA
Phone:508-869-6111x124
Email:registrar@towerhillbg.org
Link:https://towerhillbg.thankyou4caring.org/pages/event-registration-form---explore-the-world-in-a-cup-of-tea---tea-tasting-and-more
2017-03-06
Preschool Science Class
What:Science is fun! Learn some beginner science concepts with the help of books and hands-on activities. Our little scientists will also begin to explore technology, engineering, and math skills.
Ages 3-5, free class!
When:2017-03-06
10-11am
Where:Worcester Public Library - Children's Program
3 Salem Square
Worcester, MA
Email:events@worcpublib.org
2017-03-07
2017 International Women's Day
What:The YWCA Central Massachusetts Racial Justice Task Force invites you to join them for International Womens Day on
March 7, 2017. International Womens Day is an important event that aims to celebrate the achievements of women and girls of color and raise awareness about gender equity.

During the event, the Paintbrushes 4 Justice: Sisters in the Street Mural will be featured. This mobile mural was created by participants in the YWCA's Young Women's Leadership Program. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Worcester Arts Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey will provide a keynote address.
When:2017-03-07
5:30-7pm
Where:YWCA of Central Massachusetts
1 Salem Square
Worcester, MA
Email:events@ywcacentralmass.org
Link:www.ywcacm.org/
2017-03-07
Construction Club at Tatnuck Branch Library
What:Do you like Legos? What about Lincoln Logs?
Or an amazing marble maze?
Come use your imagination to make your own creations.
Bring a friend! Supports STEM
(Science,Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)!
All ages welcome at this free club!
When:2017-03-07
3:30-5:30pm
Where:Worcester Public Library - Tatnuck Branch
1083 Pleasant Street
Worcester, MA
Phone:508-799-8329
Email:hohara@mywpl.org
2017-03-08
Wednesday Volunteer Day at Broad Meadow Brook
What:Help care for the sanctuary and enjoy a few hours of fresh air, fun and fulfillment. Come once or every week and become part of our growing group of sanctuary volunteers. Together with Sanctuary Director Deb Cary and other Mass Audubon staff, put up signs and markers, look for wildlife tracks, pick up branches, and fill the bird feeders. Projects are primarily outside. Some tasks may require heavy lifting. Ability to work without supervision required. Carpentry skills welcome. Nature lovers appreciated.
When:2017-03-08
10am-12pm
Where:Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlif
414 Massasoit Road
Worcester, MA
Phone:508-753-6087
Email:bmbrook@massaudubon.org
Link:www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/wildlife-sanctuaries/broad-meadow-brook/get-involved/volunteer/(id)/5074
2017-03-08
PAW Patrol Live! "Race to the Rescue"
What:PAW Patrol is on a roll with the first-ever live tour!

It's the day of the Great Race between Adventure Bay's Mayor Goodway and Foggy Bottom's Mayor Humdinger, but Mayor Goodway is nowhere to be found. PAW Patrol to the rescue! Ryder summons Marshall, Chase, Skye, Rubble, Rocky, Zuma, and the newest pup, Everest, to rescue Mayor Goodway and to run the race in her place.

Tickets are $20, $30, $40 and $58 depending on seat location. VIP tickets are available for $110. Discounts are available for Hanover Theatre members and groups of 10+.
When:2017-03-08
10am-12pm
Where:Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
2 Southbridge Street
Worcester, MA
Link:thehanovertheatre.org/pawpatrol
2017-03-08
PAW Patrol Live! "Race to the Rescue"
What:PAW Patrol is on a roll with the first-ever live tour!

It's the day of the Great Race between Adventure Bay's Mayor Goodway and Foggy Bottom's Mayor Humdinger, but Mayor Goodway is nowhere to be found. PAW Patrol to the rescue! Ryder summons Marshall, Chase, Skye, Rubble, Rocky, Zuma, and the newest pup, Everest, to rescue Mayor Goodway and to run the race in her place.

Tickets are $20, $30, $40 and $58 depending on seat location. VIP tickets are available for $110. Discounts are available for Hanover Theatre members and groups of 10+.
When:2017-03-08
6-8pm
Where:Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
2 Southbridge Street
Worcester, MA
Link:thehanovertheatre.org/pawpatrol
2017-03-09
Kid's After School Cooking Class
What:Kids learn about cooking tasty treats with ingredients that they can grow at home in these hands-on classes.
March 9: Herbs, Herbs. Herbs
Pre-registration required, max 12-15

If your child has a food allergy this must be reported at time of registration or at least two weeks prior to the first cooking class.

Tower Hill Member: $15, Nonmember: $25 per child, includes cost of admission for child
When:2017-03-09
3:30-5pm
Where:Tower Hill Botanic Garden
11 French Drive
Boylston, MA
Phone:508-869-6111x124
Email:registrar@towerhillbg.org
Link:https://towerhillbg.thankyou4caring.org/pages/event-registration-form---kids-after-school-cooking-class
2017-03-09
Homeschool Program at Broad Meadow Brook: Is It Spring Yet?
What:Nature has a way of knowing when it is spring. Come explore the sanctuary and look for early signs of spring in both animals and plants. We will learn about some early folk lore surrounding the vernal equinox and explore the reasons behind day light savings time. Broad Meadow Brook's homeschool programs offer a friendly, cooperative learning environment for people of all ages! Our homeschool programs are designed for the homeschooling family. Parents are welcome to attend, but students may stay on their own if a medical form is on file with the sanctuary. At the end of all programs, students will receive follow-up information and activities so the learning can continue at home. We look forward to learning with you! For more information and to register, call 508.753.6087.

$9 Child Mass Audubon Members, $13 Child Non-members
When:2017-03-09
1-3pm
Where:Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlif
414 Massasoit Road
Worcester, MA
Email:bmbrook@massaudubon.org
Link:www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/program-catalog#program:sanctuary=4:startDate=1488344400:endDate=1490932800:program_code=48930
2017-03-09
Paint Nite: Sunrise Lake
What:Come enjoy an evening painting "Sunrise Lake" at The Canal Restaurant & Bar. Come early and enjoy one of our dinner specials prior to the event.
When:2017-03-09
7-9pm
Where:The Canal Bar and Restaurant
65 Water Street
Worcester, MA
Link:https://www.paintnite.com/events/sunrise-lake-at-the-canal-bar-and-restaurant_1140673
2017-03-10
The Original Harlem Globetrotters
What:The world famous Harlem Globetrotters, featuring some of the most electrifying athletes on the planet, will bring their spectacular show to Worcester during their 2017 World Tour. Every game will showcase incredible ball handling wizardry, rim-rattling dunks, trick shots, hilarious comedy and unequaled fan interaction.
When:2017-03-10
7-9pm
Where:DCU Center
50 Foster Street
Worcester, MA
Email:info@dcucenter.com
Link:www.ticketmaster.com/venueartist/8205/806223?brand=dcucenter
2017-03-11
Plan for Water Sports: About Boating Safety
What:A one day boating safety course to fit your schedule. Register soon as space is limited. Email edtavares@verizon.net or call 508.404.8088 Discount for additional family members.

Course information is available at http://wow.uscgaux.info/pe_class_flyer.php?unit=NAT&course=18432
When:2017-03-11
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Where:Webster Fire Department
55 Thompson Rd.
Webster, MA
Phone:508.404.8088
Email:edtavares@verizon.net
Link:wow.uscgaux.info/pe_class_flyer.php?unit=NAT&course=18432
2017-03-11
Maple Days at OSV
What:For many at Old Sturbridge Village, the first whiff of spring isn't the aroma of spring flowers - it's the smell of wood smoke and maple syrup, a sure sign that the sap is rising and spring is on the way. Join us for four weekends of our Maple Days event throughout March, where you can see maple sugaring as it was done in early 19th-century rural New England in OSV's working sugar camp.

See the entire sugar-making process, from tapping the trees to "sugaring off," and learn why maple sugar was more commonly used than maple syrup in early New England. Learn about how maple sugaring has changed over the years through our Maple Sugaring Timeline, an examination of different tapping techniques. See demonstrations of the traditional Native American methods, early 19th-century New England, 20th century metal buckets, and contemporary tubing. Costumed historians will also cook period foods made with maple products by the hearth at the Village's Freeman Farm.
When:2017-03-11
9:30-4pm
Where:Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Phone:(508) 347-3362
Link:https://www.osv.org/
2017-03-11
Side by Side by Sondheim
What:Calliope Productions presents a celebrated musical revue of the works of Stephen Sondheim, the most influential creative artist in American Musical Theatre. Get ready to laugh, cry and fall in love with lyrics that are heart-breakingly true and music that captures your emotions. This Tony Award-winning musical is a perfect introduction to the work of this contemporary master and a must for die-hard Sondheim fans.
When:2017-03-11
7:30pm
Where:Calliope Productions Inc.
150 Main Street
Boylston, MA
Phone:508.869.6887
Link:www.calliopeproductions.org/sidebyside.php
2017-03-11
The Original Harlem Globetrotters
What:The world famous Harlem Globetrotters, featuring some of the most electrifying athletes on the planet, will bring their spectacular show to Worcester during their 2017 World Tour. Every game will showcase incredible ball handling wizardry, rim-rattling dunks, trick shots, hilarious comedy and unequaled fan interaction.
When:2017-03-11
1-3pm
Where:DCU Center
50 Foster Street
Worcester, MA
Email:info@dcucenter.com
Link:www.ticketmaster.com/venueartist/8205/806223?brand=dcucenter
2017-03-11
Shen Yun Performance
What:Thousands of years ago, China was known as the Land of the Divine. The ancient Chinese believed that their glorious civilization was a gift from the heavens. But that world was lost... until now. Shen Yun brings this world to life in a show that can't be seen in China today. Fascinating stories from 5,000 years of Chinese culture are told through the vivid athleticism and deep expressiveness of classical Chinese dance, one of the most demanding art forms in the world. A groundbreaking East-West orchestra captures the spirit of ancient China. Grand animated backdrops place the audience right inside the action. Shen Yun's uplifting energy is something you can feel long after the curtain falls.

"5,000 years of Chinese music and dance in one night!" -The New York Times
"An amazing experience! Exciting to watch and really inspirational!" -Stewart F. Lane, Six-time Tony Awardwinning producer

"A mesmerizing performance! Reclaiming the divinely inspired cultural heritage of China." -Donna Karan, Fashion designer

Tickets are $70, $80, $90, $100, $110 and $120 depending on seat location.
When:2017-03-11
7:30-9:30pm
Where:Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
2 Southbridge Street
Worcester, MA
Link:thehanovertheatre.org/shen-yun
2017-03-11
Vegetable Gardening 101
What:Learn how to grow tasty vegetables in your own yard. Dawn Davies, who plans and cares for Tower Hill's own Vegetable Garden, will cover the basics of home vegetable gardening for the novice. She'll cover design considerations as well as tried and true vegetable varieties for a beautiful and productive garden. Dawn's tricks, tips and ideas will save you time, work and money!
Free with museum admission!
When:2017-03-11
2-3pm
Where:Tower Hill Botanic Garden
11 French Drive
Boylston, MA
Phone:508-869-6111x124
Email:registrar@towerhillbg.org
Link:https://towerhillbg.thankyou4caring.org/pages/event-registration-form---vegetable-gardening-101
2017-03-11
Free "Finding Dory" Movie Matinee
What:Join Dory and friends on a search for her long-lost parents.
A small snack will be provided.
For families with children 12 and under.
Rated PG.
When:2017-03-11
2:30-4pm
Where:Worcester Public Library
3 Salem Square
Worcester, MA
Email:events@worcpublib.org
2017-03-11
Beekeeping Seminar
What:Tips for Beginners! Instructed by Roland Sevigney, who has 43 Years of Experience, as well as, Member & Winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Worcester County Beekeepers Association. Take Advantage of In-Store Beekeeping Specials! Free to attend!
When:2017-03-11
11:30-12pm
Where:Klem's
117 W Main Street
Spencer, MA
Phone:508-885-2708
Email:info@klemsonline.com
Link:www.klemsonline.com/
2017-03-11
18th Annual Dinner/Auction
What:Join us for our 18th annual Dinner/Auction to benefit Second Chance Animal Shelter in East Brookfield. Social hour starts at 5pm and dinner starts at 6pm. We are a no kill animal shelter that needs your support. Through adoption, low cost spay/neuter, wellness clinics, veterinary care, training, educational outreach, and a pet food pantry we help over 26,000 pets a year! This is one of the largest fundraisers for the shelter and they are gladly accepting donations of new items to the auction. It will be a lot of fun with Chinese raffles, silent auctions, as well as a live auction with guest auctioneer Joe Craig. Hope to see you all there! Tickets are $39 each and sell fast so reserve yours now as they will NOT be available at the door.

We are currently accepting donations for this event! Items can include themed baskets, gift cards, vouchers, individual items ect. Donations can be brought to 111 Young Rd., East Brookfield, MA 01515. ALL donations are tax-deductible of course!
When:2017-03-11
5:00 pm
Where:Leicester Country Club
1430 Main St.
Leicester, MA
Email:info@secondchanceanimals.org
Link:www.secondchanceanimals.org/dinner-auction.html
2017-03-12
Shen Yun Performance
What:Thousands of years ago, China was known as the Land of the Divine. The ancient Chinese believed that their glorious civilization was a gift from the heavens. But that world was lost... until now. Shen Yun brings this world to life in a show that can't be seen in China today. Fascinating stories from 5,000 years of Chinese culture are told through the vivid athleticism and deep expressiveness of classical Chinese dance, one of the most demanding art forms in the world. A groundbreaking East-West orchestra captures the spirit of ancient China. Grand animated backdrops place the audience right inside the action. Shen Yun's uplifting energy is something you can feel long after the curtain falls.

"5,000 years of Chinese music and dance in one night!" -The New York Times
"An amazing experience! Exciting to watch and really inspirational!" -Stewart F. Lane, Six-time Tony Awardwinning producer

"A mesmerizing performance! Reclaiming the divinely inspired cultural heritage of China." -Donna Karan, Fashion designer

Tickets are $70, $80, $90, $100, $110 and $120 depending on seat location.
When:2017-03-12
2-4pm
Where:Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
2 Southbridge Street
Worcester, MA
Link:thehanovertheatre.org/shen-yun
2017-03-12
Helen's Hope III: An IBC Research Fundraiser
What:Join us on March 12th, 2017 at Halligan's Bar and Function Room in Auburn, MA for our 3rd Annual fundraising event to raise money for Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research... the Helen's Hope III Fundraiser!

On December 2nd, 2014, Helen Levine Lipkin, an amazing wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend, teacher and musician passed away after a long battle with Inflammatory Breast Cancer. To honor her life and music, and to assist in the campaign she started before she passed away, her family, friends and bandmates from FoxForce5 and JackRabbit Slim will present an afternoon of music, food, opportunity drawings and fun to raise money for Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. Helen had already raised and donated $14,000 to this cause herself before she passed away, and we want to continue those fundraising efforts in her memory.

Donations to this fundraiser can be made online, so if you can't make it or just want to give now, please visit www.myjimmyfundevent.org/2017/helenshope

2017 marks our 3rd Annual Helen's Hope Fundraiser- an afternoon, all ages event, so bring the kids, your parents, your grandparents, and your little brothers and sisters and enjoy a great day of music to help raise money for a great cause! Suggested donation: $10 at the door
When:2017-03-12
12-5pm
Where:Halligan's Bar and Function Room
889 Southbridge Street
Auburn, MA
Link:https://www.facebook.com/events/1609528819342884/
2017-03-12
Worcester County St. Patrick's Day Parade
What:Each year, up to 100,000 people line Park Ave between Mill St and Elm Park to watch the Worcester County St. Patrick's Parade. We hope you'll join the fun!
When:2017-03-12
12pm
Where:
Park Avenue
Worcester, MA
2017-03-12
Intro to Macro Photography
What:The close-up world is a magical place full of pattern, color, and abstract imagery. This course will show you ways to use your existing camera gear to make spectacular macro photographs.
Instructor: Steve McGrath
Tower Hill Member $30, Non-member $45
When:2017-03-12
12:30-3:30pm
Where:Tower Hill Botanic Garden
11 French Drive
Boylston, MA
Phone:508-869-6111x124
Email:registrar@towerhillbg.org
Link:https://towerhillbg.thankyou4caring.org/pages/event-registration-form---introduction-to-macro-photography-3/12/17
2017-03-13
Free Women's Self Defense Workshop
What:Introduction to personal safety & self-defense for women. Learn warning signs of aggressive behavior, how to react to an attack and basic self-defense skills.

Can you protect yourself from an attack?

1 in 3 women will be assaulted in their lifetime. Every 9 seconds in the U.S. a woman is assaulted or beaten. Learn how to be prepared from this hands-on, full contact course. Trained staff from the LPD & UML Police will teach you techniques to defend yourself against an attacker. Come learn the basic safety defense moves needed to defend yourself from an attack.

Seats are limited RVSP by March 1, 2017 to Sara Khun at 978-674-1877 or email at skhun2lowellma.gov
When:2017-03-13
5:30-7:30pm
Where:Lowell Senior Center
276 Broadway Street
Lowell, MA
Phone:978-674-1877
Email:skhun@lowellma.gov
2017-03-15
Stroller Tour at Worcester Art Museum: Sculpture - 3D Art
What:It's never too early to visit the Worcester Art Museum to start learning about art! This tour is designed for children 0 - 3 years old, their siblings, and their parents/grandparents/guardians. A Museum teacher will engage caretakers and their infants and toddlers with art and stories in the galleries. Stay for tea, coffee, juice and snacks after your tour. Free with Museum admission. Please be aware the Salisbury entrance is stilled closed at 10:30. Stroller access is available through the Tuckerman Street lot.

March 15 Theme: Sculpture: 3-D Art
The Ancient Galleries are full of sculpture. Travel through the galleries with us as we look at Ancient Greek and Roman art, exploring portraits, pottery, and more. What is your favorite sculpture?
When:2017-03-15
10:30-11:15am
Where:Worcester Art Museum
55 Salisbury Street
Worcester, MA
Phone:508.799.4406
Email:information@worcesterart.org
Link:www.worcesterart.org/
2017-03-15
Puppy Obedience Class
What:6 Week Course Instructed by Brian Jennings $150.00 per puppy. Must sign up in advance and pay in full. Class limited to 6 participants - Age limit: 8 weeks to 7 months old

Wednesday Nights at 6pm*
6 Weeks: Lecture March 15th ∙ March 22nd ∙ March 29th ∙ April 5th ∙ April 12th ∙ April 19th
NO DOGS ALLOWED DURING THE LECTURE ON 3/15/17
*Schedule subject to change

RULES AND RESTRICTIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING WEEKS: Your puppy must be restrained with a regular 6-foot leash, no retractable leashes. You are responsible to supply your puppies favorite treat and/or toy, a towel to lay on and waste bags.

Sign-up today! Contact Holly (508) 885-2708 or HollyH@klemsonline.com -OR- Brian (508) 769-2874 or Brian@JenningsCanine.com.
When:2017-03-15
6pm
Where:Klem's
117 West Main Street
Spencer, MA
Phone:508-885-2708
Email:hollyh@klemsonline.com
2017-03-16
Kid's After School Cooking Class
What:Kids learn about cooking tasty treats with ingredients that they can grow at home in these hands-on classes.
March 16: Edible Flowers
Pre-registration required, max 12-15

If your child has a food allergy this must be reported at time of registration or at least two weeks prior to the first cooking class.

Tower Hill Member: $15, Nonmember: $25 per child, includes cost of admission for child
When:2017-03-16
3:30-5pm
Where:Tower Hill Botanic Garden
11 French Drive
Boylston, MA
Phone:508-869-6111x124
Email:registrar@towerhillbg.org
Link:https://towerhillbg.thankyou4caring.org/pages/event-registration-form---kids-after-school-cooking-class
2017-03-17
Side by Side by Sondheim
What:Calliope Productions presents a celebrated musical revue of the works of Stephen Sondheim, the most influential creative artist in American Musical Theatre. Get ready to laugh, cry and fall in love with lyrics that are heart-breakingly true and music that captures your emotions. This Tony Award-winning musical is a perfect introduction to the work of this contemporary master and a must for die-hard Sondheim fans.
When:2017-03-17
7:30pm
Where:Calliope Productions Inc.
150 Main Street
Boylston, MA
Phone:508.869.6887
Link:www.calliopeproductions.org/sidebyside.php
2017-03-17
Tri-State Movie Ministry
What:The Tri-State Non-Denominational Christian Movie Outreach Ministry is screening a free movie produced by Eternal Salvation Productions. The movie's name is Eternal Salvation.
When:2017-03-17
7:00 pm
Where:Quinebaug Valley Community College
742 Upper Maple Street, Auditorium Theat
Danielson, CT
Email:highpointechurch2@gmail.com
Link:www.gotohpc.org
2017-03-18
Photography Workshop: Learn to Shoot in Manual Mode
What:In this 3 hour class you will learn all about the exposure triangle, and how your ISO, shutter speed, and f-stop work together to create the images you want. There will be free time at the end of the class for questions and practice. You'll also get a small booklet to take home with exercises and tips that will help you practice shooting in manual mode.
Class Requirements: You must know how to operate your camera, and it is recommended that you bring your user manual.
When:2017-03-18
1-4pm
Where:The WorcShop -Studio 12 True Life Photography of M
243 Stafford Street
Worcester, MA
Phone:774-293-8165
Email:jess@truelifepics.com
Link:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/learn-to-shoot-in-manual-mode-with-jessica-white-31817-tickets-30677585484?aff=es2
2017-03-18
Chef Demo and Tasting
What:Tower Hill Botanic Garden is offering a new Chef Demo and Tasting series, featuring Chef Carolyn Johnson from 80 Thoreau in Concord MA on March 18th.

Pre-registration required. $5 for Tower Hill Members and $20 for non-members.
When:2017-03-18
2-3pm
Where:Tower Hill Botanic Garden
11 French Drive
Boylston, MA
Phone:508-869-6111x124
Email:registrar@towerhillbg.org
Link:https://towerhillbg.thankyou4caring.org/pages/event-registration-form---chef-demos--tastings
2017-03-18
I Will Follow Tour – Jeremy Camp and Hawk Nelson with Dan Bremnes - See more at: http://thelightho Concert
What:Doors 5:00 PM Show 6:00 PM (event ends at 8:30 PM)
When:2017-03-18
6:00 pm
Where:Pioneer Valley Christian Academy
965 Plumtree Road
Springfield, MA
Link:thelighthouseevents.com/show/will-follow-tour-jeremy-camp-hawk-nelson-dan-bremnes/
2017-03-18
Maple Days at OSV
What:For many at Old Sturbridge Village, the first whiff of spring isn't the aroma of spring flowers - it's the smell of wood smoke and maple syrup, a sure sign that the sap is rising and spring is on the way. Join us for four weekends of our Maple Days event throughout March, where you can see maple sugaring as it was done in early 19th-century rural New England in OSV's working sugar camp.

See the entire sugar-making process, from tapping the trees to "sugaring off," and learn why maple sugar was more commonly used than maple syrup in early New England. Learn about how maple sugaring has changed over the years through our Maple Sugaring Timeline, an examination of different tapping techniques. See demonstrations of the traditional Native American methods, early 19th-century New England, 20th century metal buckets, and contemporary tubing. Costumed historians will also cook period foods made with maple products by the hearth at the Village's Freeman Farm.
When:2017-03-18
9:30-4pm
Where:Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Phone:(508) 347-3362
Link:https://www.osv.org/
2017-03-19
Teddy Bear Tea
What:Have a special afternoon with your child (or grandchild) at the Willard House and Clock Museum! Bring a favorite teddy of stuffed animal to join you for tea or cocoa and delicious delicacies in our elegant tea room. There will also be a special Teddy Bear Tour of the Museum.

Please email beverly@willardhouse.org or call the museum at 508.839.3500 to reserve your seats.

Seatings are from 1:30 - 2:30 and 3:30 - 4:30

Teddy Bears free of charge.
Members $15.00/person, Non-members $17.50/person
When:2017-03-19
1-5pm
Where:Willard House and Clock Museum
11 Willard Street
Grafton, MA
Phone:508-839-3500
Link:willardhouse.org/
2017-03-23
Kid's After School Cooking Class
What:Kids learn about cooking tasty treats with ingredients that they can grow at home in these hands-on classes.
March 23: Maple Syrup
Pre-registration required, max 12-15

If your child has a food allergy this must be reported at time of registration or at least two weeks prior to the first cooking class.

Tower Hill Member: $15, Nonmember: $25 per child, includes cost of admission for child
When:2017-03-23
3:30-5pm
Where:Tower Hill Botanic Garden
11 French Drive
Boylston, MA
Phone:508-869-6111x124
Email:registrar@towerhillbg.org
Link:https://towerhillbg.thankyou4caring.org/pages/event-registration-form---kids-after-school-cooking-class
2017-03-25
Science Sprouts
What:On the last Saturday of each month accompany your little one for a monthly program that incorporates science, math, nature and art exploration! These programs are designed for children ages PreK-6 accompanied by an adult.
Tower Hill Member: $12 per session, Nonmember: $25 per session, includes cost of admission per child and adult
Fee includes all materials and is per one child and one adult. Instructor: Suzanne Hauerstein
When:2017-03-25
10-11:30am
Where:Tower Hill Botanic Garden
11 French Drive
Boylston, MA
Phone:508.869.6111
Link:https://towerhillbg.thankyou4caring.org/pages/event-registration-form---science-sprouts
2017-03-25
Indoor Flea Market
What:Expected to be on sale are household items, books, toys, clothing, crafts and more. Morning coffee and donuts and lunchtime hot dogs, beverages and snacks will be available. Reservations from vendors are now being accepted. Each space is $25 and must be paid in advance. For more information or to reserve a table, contact the church office at 508.987.2211 or at officeadmin@oxfordfirstucc.org.
When:2017-03-25
8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Where:First Congregational Church of Oxford
355 Main St.
Oxford, MA
Phone:508.987.2211
Email:officeadmin@oxfordfirstucc.org
2017-03-25
Maple Days at OSV
What:For many at Old Sturbridge Village, the first whiff of spring isn't the aroma of spring flowers - it's the smell of wood smoke and maple syrup, a sure sign that the sap is rising and spring is on the way. Join us for four weekends of our Maple Days event throughout March, where you can see maple sugaring as it was done in early 19th-century rural New England in OSV's working sugar camp.

See the entire sugar-making process, from tapping the trees to "sugaring off," and learn why maple sugar was more commonly used than maple syrup in early New England. Learn about how maple sugaring has changed over the years through our Maple Sugaring Timeline, an examination of different tapping techniques. See demonstrations of the traditional Native American methods, early 19th-century New England, 20th century metal buckets, and contemporary tubing. Costumed historians will also cook period foods made with maple products by the hearth at the Village's Freeman Farm.
When:2017-03-25
9:30-4pm
Where:Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Phone:(508) 347-3362
Link:https://www.osv.org/
2017-03-27
Music Together Class
What:Music Together® (Infants- Age 5, with caregiver)
Children will bounce, sing, dance, jump, drum, tap, click, wiggle, and gallop their way to the development of pitch, rhythm, and musical awareness! Music Together® is a music and movement curriculum based on research that shows children learn best from active caregivers and a non-performance based musical environment. Families receive a songbook and CDs with the music learned in class so you can continue nurturing your child’s imaginative growth at home. Set the foundation for future musical study, or simply a great love of music.

Instructor: Linnea Lyerly
Times: Mondays 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM
Dates: March 27 - June 5 (songbook, maracas)
Tuition $200
Discounts: Families are eligible for reduced tuition when enrolling multiple children. After first child is enrolled, tuition is $125 for sibling, $50 for third child
When:2017-03-27
9:30-10:15am
Where:Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
2 Southbridge Street
Worcester, MA
Phone:877.571.7469
Email:info@thehanovertheatre.org
Link:thehanovertheatre.org/music.php
2017-03-28
Dinner with our Docs: Women and Heart Disease
What:More women die every year of heart disease than from all types of cancer combined. Sadly, only approximately 13% of women are aware that heart disease is the number one killer of women. Dr. Miret Ibrahim, a board-certified Cardiologist practicing at Merrimack Valley Cardiology, will be discussing the issues surrounding heart disease in women, including the different signs and symptoms of heart disease and heart attack experienced by women, as well as, risk reduction and prevention.

A "heart healthy" dinner will be provided.

Register online or by phone
When:2017-03-28
6-8pm
Where:Lowell General Hospital Main Campus - Clark Audito
295 Varnum Ave
Lowell, MA
Phone:877-544-9355
Link:www.lowellgeneral.org/health-and-wellness/your-heart-health/dinner-with-our-docs-women-and-heart-disease
2017-04-01
Fishing Expo
What:Free to attend. ATTENTION ANGLERS - Meet the Reps and Experts from: Calcutta, Seas Striker, Yum, Arbogast, Booyah, Reebl and Bomber, Yo-Zuri, Spro, Gamakatsu, Acme Lures, Eagle Claw, Seaguar, Mooselook Wobblers, Thomas Lures, Live Target Lures, Berkley, Abu-Garcia, Penn, Pfleuger, Spider Wire, Mitchell, Shakespeare, Grizz Baits, Boag Hog Baits and Jackhammer Charters.

Reel in Savings with the Lowest prices of the year on Fishing Merchandise! Catch even more fish with the latest gear for 2017! Drawings, Give-a-ways & In-store specials! Dan Kenney from Go Fish will be signing autographs!

When:2017-04-01
9am-4pm
Where:Klem's
117 West Main Street
Spencer, MA
Phone:508-885-2708
2017-04-08
Easter Bunny Pictures
What:Easter Bunny Pictures Saturday, April 8th from 10am-3pm

$5.00 Donation. Take a photo with the Easter Bunny! Children & Pets Welcome!
When:2017-04-08
10am-3pm
Where:Klem's
117 West Main Street
Spencer, MA
Phone:508-885-2708
2017-04-15
Bee Keeping Seminar at Klems
What:Free to attend! Tips for beginners!
When:2017-04-15
11:00 am
Where:Klem Tractor, Inc
117 West Main St.
Spencer , MA
Phone:508.885.2708 ext. 10
Link:www.klemsonline.com
2017-04-22
Equipment Consignment Auction at Klems
What:Sell your unwanted tractors and equipment.
When:2017-04-22
10:00 am
Where:Klem Tractor, Inc
117 West Main St.
Spencer , MA
Phone:508.885.2708 ext. 10
Link:www.klemsonline.com
2017-04-29
Klem's SpringFest
What:Bring the family over to Klem's for SpringFest! Free bounce house and sno-cones, plus a tent sale and merchandise up to 90% off!
When:2017-04-29
10am-5pm
Where:Klem's
117 West Main Street
Spencer, MA
Phone:508-885-2708
2017-05-04
Michael W. Smith with Jordan Feliz Concert
What:VIP early entry with Q&A at 5:30pm, general admission doors at 6:00pm. Show starts at 7:00pm.

**VIP ticket holders will also receive a free instrumental album that can be picked up at the show** - See more at: http://thelighthouseevents.com/show/michael-w-smith-jordan-feliz/#sthash.rf97sE7T.dpuf
When:2017-05-04
VIP 5:30 pm & General Admissio
Where:Water Church
57 John L Dietsch Square
North Attleboro, MA
Link:thelighthouseevents.com/show/michael-w-smith-jordan-feliz/


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