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Halloween and Muskets at Concord Museum
October 22, 2020
Halloween and Muskets at Concord Museum

Two upcoming programs at the Concord Museum   October 25: Sleepy Hollow-een Tour   Join the Concord Museum for this special Halloween event on Sunday, October 25 from 3:30pm to 5:00 pm! Take a tour through historic Sleepy Hollow Cemetery with a Concord Museum guide. Learn about the lives and deaths of past Concordians through […]

The Town and The City Festival Moves Online for 2020
October 15, 2020
The Town and The City Festival Moves Online for 2020

More Than A Dozen Acts To Perform Saturday, October 24 at 8pm     The Town and The City Festival will be presenting a special online program for 2020, bringing more than a dozen acts together for the third year of the festival.   The eclectic lineup will feature many past festival participants as well […]

Pick Your Own Pumpkins at Verrill Farm
October 2, 2020
Pick Your Own Pumpkins at Verrill Farm

The safety of guests and staff members remains the top priority at Verrill Farm. In light of this, there are some Covid-19 changes to the pick your own process this year. It is the expectation that with these changes Verrill Farm can provide a safe and enjoyable picking environment for everyone.   Pick your own […]

New Safety Standards for Restaurants
September 28, 2020
New Safety Standards for Restaurants

  Effective September, 28, 2020, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is in Reopening Phase III and has outlined mandatory safety standards, recommended best practices and a checklist for restaurants.   The following social distancing practices are currently set and mandatory:   Require face coverings for all customers and workers at all times, except where an individual […]

Experience the Great Outdoors in Concord This Fall
September 21, 2020
Experience the Great Outdoors in Concord This Fall

Concord, MA:  Summer vacations may have come to an end, but there is still time to enjoy all there is to see and do in Concord, Massachusetts. Did you know that there are more than 17 different trails in Concord, many with interpretive materials to help you get to know this wonderful area?  Businesses in […]

MRT begins new reading series on Sept. 24
September 15, 2020
MRT begins new reading series on Sept. 24

Merrimack Repertory Theatre Celebrates New Playwright Commissions, New Reading Series – MRT’s FIRST LOOK   MRT will celebrate the commissioning of two of the country’s most adventuresome playwrights, Trista Baldwin and Vichet Chum, with the launch of a new reading series, MRT’s First Look. The series will kick off September 24 with a new adaptation […]

Lexington Symphony 2020-21 Hybrid Season
September 12, 2020
Lexington Symphony 2020-21 Hybrid Season

Lexington Symphony, under the musical direction of Jonathan McPhee, is pleased to announce plans for its 2020-2021 season. “In this uncertain time, finding ways to stay connected to our audience and present high caliber performances is extremely challenging,” said Maestro McPhee. “To kick off our season, we are sharing as much live music as possible, […]

“My Local MA” in the Greater Merrimack Valley
September 10, 2020
“My Local MA” in the Greater Merrimack Valley

In partnership with the Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism, we are excited to announce the My Local MA campaign.   This statewide campaign encourages consumers to support their local economies by spending their money at Massachusetts businesses and attractions, safely – in person, online, and using curbside pickup or takeout. The goal is to make the […]

Reopened Sept. 9: Town Meeting Bistro at Inn at Hastings Park
September 9, 2020
Reopened Sept. 9: Town Meeting Bistro at Inn at Hastings Park

Reopened for Indoor and Outdoor Dining on September 9 We’re delighted to announce the reopening of Town Meeting Bistro on September 9. Based on a close relationships with local farmers, this fine dining establishment features the bounty of the New England countryside fresh at its tables every day. Town Meeting projects the same warm and […]

Virtual on Sept. 24:  “Climate Change and Human Health”
September 1, 2020
Virtual on Sept. 24: “Climate Change and Human Health”

Discovery Museum (Virtual) Speaker Series   Who: Dr. Jay Lemery is a Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, Chief of the Section of Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, and Faculty in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the Colorado School of Public Health.   When: Thursday, Sept. 24, […]

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