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Saturday, February 13th, 2016

  • | 10:00am - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, camera, photography, art, editing, explore, fun, creative, class, slr, computer
    - After a quick review of the key basic methods of editing, we'll cover how to use layers, gradient maps, layer blending modes and other effects used to improve colors, focus, sharpness and lighting in your images. A great way to improve your images.

    Pre-registration required. Online registration available.

    Instructions and Directions:
    This class is designed for those who have had previous experience with PSE.
    Computers:
    We will have laptops with Photoshop Elements available for use. Please let us know if you will need to borrow one. If you have your own laptop with Photoshop Elements, please feel free to bring it.
    Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
    280 Eliot St. Natick MA 01760
    Broadmoor Education Coordinator 508.655.2296 broadmoorprograms@massaudubon.org
  • | 10:00am - 11:30am | Kids, snowshoe, winter, trees, gardening, wildlife, animals, birds, hiking
    - Come and explore Garden in the Woods by snowshoe!
    Learn about winter tree identification, gardening, wildlife, and more. Take a vacation from hibernation with a child-focused snowshoe walk through Garden in the Woods. Experience the beauty of New England while learning to read wildlife cues such as animal tracks, bird calls, and tree silhouettes. We will conclude our journey by gathering around the Fire Ball in the center of the Idea Garden to thaw our paws and drink hot cocoa. Families welcome, children must be accompanied by an adult. Please bring your own snowshoes and dress for the weather.

    Program Code: FAM1607
    Instructor: Michael R. Piantedosi, NEPCoP/Seed Bank Coordinator, New England Wild Flower Society
    Fee: $14 (Member) /$16 (Nonmember)
    Limit: 15

    To register, go to:
    http://newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/winter-world-exploration
    For questions or registration help:
    Contact the Public Programs Department at lreed@newenglandwild.org, or by phone (508) 877-7630, ext. 3303.
    Garden in the Woods
    180 Hemenway Road Framingham MA 01701
    Lana Reed 5088777630ext3303 lreed@newenglandwild.org
  • | 7:00pm - 8:30pm | Kids, family, birding, bird, owls, owl, walk, guided walk, outside, nature, fun, kids,
    - Ever wondered if an owl really is as smart as they say? Why don't we hear them when they fly? Just how far can an owl see? Come with the whole family to learn about owl calls, behavior and habitat as we search and listen for our resident screech, barred and great horned owls.

    Instructions and Directions:
    This program for ages 6 and up includes walking over uneven terrain in limited light. Pre-registration required. Online registration available.
    Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
    280 Eliot St. Natick MA 01760
    Broadmoor Education Coordinator 508.655.2296 broadmoorprograms@massaudubon.org
  • | 8:00pm - 10:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Comedy
    - Animated, clever, and full of sass, Kelly MacFarland captivates audiences with her charm, and sends them into hysterics with her unique point of view and surprising candor. Along with performing standup in clubs, at colleges and at theaters, she has been featured on NBC's Last Comic Standing, Comedy Central's Premium Blend, the TV Guide Channel’s Stand Up in Stilettos, and appeared on season one of NBC's The Biggest Loser. She has been the opening act for Melissa Etheridge and LeAnn Rimes at both the Cape Cod Melody Tent and South Shore Music Circus, opened for the international craze Puppetry of the Penis, and worked with Fred Willard as part of the rambunctious news team of TV Network on Turner Entertainment’s broadband site SuperDeluxe.com.
     
           
    Ellen Sturgis 508.405.2787 ellen.sturgis@amazingthings.org
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  • | Arts and Entertainment, Museum; Exhibition; Danforth; Art
    - Domestic interiors and the politics of display are the subjects of The Memory Palace: Domesticity, Objects, and the Interior, opening in two parts this winter. Permanent Collection works illustrate interiors as a recognized trope of art history. Featured contemporary artists on view are Lindsey Beal, Marie Craig, and Molly Lamb.

    Adults $11, Seniors $9, Students $8, Members and under age 17 free
    Danforth Art
    123 Union Avenue Framingham MA 01702
    508.620.0050 info@danforthart.org
  • - Take an Adventure in Art-Making!

    February School Vacation Week workshops at Danforth Art encourage exploration and creativity, and are inspired by our colorful, diverse world. More than 30 workshops are available, including Camel Caravan (Gr K-1), Up, Up, and Away (Gr 2-3), Prints and Paints (Gr 4-5), and Drawing Explorations (Gr 6-8).

    Two-day art-making workshops for grades K-8
    Tuesday, February 16-Wednesday, February 17
    Thursday, February 18-Friday, February 19

    Morning (9:30am-12pm) OR Afternoon (12:30-3pm), or register for both workshops and make it a full day! Extended day also available!

    One-day studio art intensives just for teens (grades 9-12)
    Wednesday, February 17: Adventurous Drawing (AM) \ Drawing from Observation (PM)
    Friday, February 19: Clothed Figure Drawing (AM) \ Portrait Drawing (PM)Take an Adventure in Art-Making!

    February School Vacation Week workshops at Danforth Art encourage exploration and creativity, and are inspired by our colorful, diverse world. More than 30 workshops are available, including Camel Caravan (Gr K-1), Up, Up, and Away (Gr 2-3), Prints and Paints (Gr 4-5), and Drawing Explorations (Gr 6-8).

    Two-day art-making workshops for grades K-8
    Tuesday, February 16-Wednesday, February 17
    Thursday, February 18-Friday, February 19

    Morning (9:30am-12pm) OR Afternoon (12:30-3pm), or register for both workshops and make it a full day! Extended day also available!

    One-day studio art intensives just for teens (grades 9-12)
    Wednesday, February 17: Adventurous Drawing (AM) \ Drawing from Observation (PM)
    Friday, February 19: Clothed Figure Drawing (AM) \ Portrait Drawing (PM)
    Danforth Museum
    123 Union Avenue Framingham MA 01702
    Danforth Museum School 508.620.0937

Sunday, February 14th, 2016

  • | 1:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, auditions musical theater
    - Performing Arts Center of MetroWest (PAC) presents a free PAC Faculty Recital on Sunday, February 14, 2016 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm in at Amazing Things Arts Center (160 Hollis Street, Framingham). Join us on Valentine’s Day for a free concert featuring piano, cello, guitar, voice and more. Come hear a variety of classical, jazz and other musical genres performed by our acclaimed faculty. Seating is first come, first served. A goodwill offering will be taken during the performance. For more information visit http://www.pacmetrowest.org
    Amazing Things Arts Center
    160 Hollis St Framingham MA 01702
    Mary Opanasets, Executive Director 508.875.5554 pac@pacmetrowest.org
  • | 3:00pm - | Arts and Entertainment, Museum; Gallery Talk; Danforth; Art
    - Inside Stories Gallery Talks are interactive, 20-minute talks looking in-depth at one work of art on view as part of the exhibition The Memory Palace: Domesticity, Objects, and the Interior. This talk highlights The One Night Stand by Marion L. Pooke.

    Adults $11, Seniors $9, Students $8, Members and under age 17 free
    Danforth Art
    123 Union Avenue Framingham MA 01702
    508.620.0050 info@danforthart.org
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  • | Sports and Recreation
     
           
  • | Arts and Entertainment, Museum; Exhibition; Danforth; Art
    - Domestic interiors and the politics of display are the subjects of The Memory Palace: Domesticity, Objects, and the Interior, opening in two parts this winter. Permanent Collection works illustrate interiors as a recognized trope of art history. Featured contemporary artists on view are Lindsey Beal, Marie Craig, and Molly Lamb.

    Adults $11, Seniors $9, Students $8, Members and under age 17 free
    Danforth Art
    123 Union Avenue Framingham MA 01702
    508.620.0050 info@danforthart.org
  • | Special Interest
    - Valentine's Day, also known as Saint Valentine's Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine, is a celebration observed on February 14 each year. It is celebrated in many countries around the world, although it is not a public holiday in most of them.

    St. Valentine's Day began as a liturgical celebration of one or more early Christian saints named Valentinus.

    The day was first associated with romantic love in the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer in the High Middle Ages, when the tradition of courtly love flourished.
     
           

Monday, February 15th, 2016

Tuesday, February 16th, 2016

  • | 8:30am - 4:30pm | Kids, child, vacation, no school, nature, explore, wildlife, fun, outdoors, outside
    - Join us for winter fun and exploration! We'll search for the tracks and signs of Broadmoor's many winter creatures, learn how animals survive the winter, play games in the snow, drink hot chocolate, and much more!

    Sign up for single sessions or all four! Extended hours for parents!

    Instructions and Directions:
    See link in registration confirmation email for required health form and additional information. Pre-registration required. Online registration available.
    Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
    280 Eliot St. Natick MA 01760
    Broadmoor Education Coordinator 508.655.2296 broadmoorprograms@massaudubon.org
  • | 6:00pm - 10:00pm | Schools and Education, Cosmetology, Aesthetics, Skin Care
    - This 300 - hour training program covers the art and science and practical hands-on skills to become a licensed Aesthetician.
    Keefe Tech
    70 Winter Street Framingham MA 01702
    Joann Sueltenfuss 508.416.2212 jsueltenfuss@jpkeefehs.org
  • - DPAC

    Dr. Temple Grandin, born in Boston in 1947, was diagnosed with autism as a child and went on to pursue work in psychology and animal science. She has become a leading advocate for autistic communities and has written books and provided consultation on the humane treatment of animals. Her mission for animal welfare is deeply connected to her autism. Since the early 1990s, a large number of U.S slaughterhouses have implemented her designs to reduce stress in the animals during their final minutes. In 2010, HBO released an Emmy Award winning film on Grandin’s life. Her current bestselling book on autism is The Way I See It: A Personal Look at Autism and Asperger's.

    Framingham State University
    100 State Street Framingham MA 01702
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Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

  • | 8:30am - 4:30pm | Kids, child, vacation, no school, nature, explore, wildlife, fun, outdoors, outside
    - Join us for winter fun and exploration! We'll search for the tracks and signs of Broadmoor's many winter creatures, learn how animals survive the winter, play games in the snow, drink hot chocolate, and much more!

    Sign up for single sessions or all four! Extended hours for parents!

    Instructions and Directions:
    See link in registration confirmation email for required health form and additional information. Pre-registration required. Online registration available.
    Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
    280 Eliot St. Natick MA 01760
    Broadmoor Education Coordinator 508.655.2296 broadmoorprograms@massaudubon.org
  • | 10:00am - 1:30pm | Local Events
    - Whether you are an experienced gardener or a novice, this class will help you develop a better understanding of the importance of soil to your garden. Learn how to evaluate and improve your garden’s soil, how to choose the right plants for your soil conditions, and how to maintain soil health and fertility through organic practices. Bring a bag lunch.

    Program Code: HOR3904
    Instructor: Mark Richardson, Horticulture Director, New England Wild Flower Society
    Fee: $138 (Member) /$163 (Nonmember)
    Limit: 16
    Certificate: Core: HD; Elective: all certificates
    CEU: 10.5 AOLCP; applied MCH

    To register, go to:
    http://newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/understanding-and-managing-soils
    For questions or registration help:
    Contact the Public Programs Department at lreed@newenglandwild.org, or by phone (508) 877-7630, ext. 3303.


    Garden in the Woods
    180 Hemenway Road Framingham MA 01701
    Lana Reed 5088777630ext3303 lreed@newenglandwild.org
  • | 6:00pm - 10:00pm | Schools and Education, Cosmetology, Aesthetics, Skin Care
    - This 300 - hour training program covers the art and science and practical hands-on skills to become a licensed Aesthetician.
    Keefe Tech
    70 Winter Street Framingham MA 01702
    Joann Sueltenfuss 508.416.2212 jsueltenfuss@jpkeefehs.org
  • | 7:00pm - | Arts and Entertainment
    - (France, 2014)

    McCarthy Center Forum

    For the first time, Belgian directors Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne team up with a major international star, Marion Cotillard, to create a story about working-class people living on the edges of society. Sandra (Cotillard) has just returned to work after recovering from a serious bout of depression. Realizing that the company can operate with one fewer employee, management tells Sandra she is to be let go. A powerful statement on community solidarity.

    The World in Flicks is organized by the World Languages Department with support from the FSU Film Club and Multicultural Affairs. For questions, please email Dr. Juliana Luna Freire at jlunafreire@framingham.edu.
    Framingham State University
    100 State Street Framingham MA 01702
  • | Arts and Entertainment
    - Monthly meeting, open to the public, framinghamartguild.com
     
           
    Framingham Artists' Guild 508.626.8639
  • | Arts and Entertainment, Museum; Exhibition; Danforth; Art
    - Domestic interiors and the politics of display are the subjects of The Memory Palace: Domesticity, Objects, and the Interior, opening in two parts this winter. Permanent Collection works illustrate interiors as a recognized trope of art history. Featured contemporary artists on view are Lindsey Beal, Marie Craig, and Molly Lamb.

    Adults $11, Seniors $9, Students $8, Members and under age 17 free
    Danforth Art
    123 Union Avenue Framingham MA 01702
    508.620.0050 info@danforthart.org

Thursday, February 18th, 2016

  • | 8:30am - 4:30pm | Kids, child, vacation, no school, nature, explore, wildlife, fun, outdoors, outside
    - Join us for winter fun and exploration! We'll search for the tracks and signs of Broadmoor's many winter creatures, learn how animals survive the winter, play games in the snow, drink hot chocolate, and much more!

    Sign up for single sessions or all four! Extended hours for parents!

    Instructions and Directions:
    See link in registration confirmation email for required health form and additional information. Pre-registration required. Online registration available.
    Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
    280 Eliot St. Natick MA 01760
    Broadmoor Education Coordinator 508.655.2296 broadmoorprograms@massaudubon.org
  • | 6:00pm - 10:00pm | Schools and Education, Cosmetology, Aesthetics, Skin Care
    - This 300 - hour training program covers the art and science and practical hands-on skills to become a licensed Aesthetician.
    Keefe Tech
    70 Winter Street Framingham MA 01702
    Joann Sueltenfuss 508.416.2212 jsueltenfuss@jpkeefehs.org
  • - Cabaret Germany: Society and Culture of the Weimar Republic (1919-1930). Guest Speaker: Dr. John Neineman, Professor Emeritus, Boston College.

    A richly-illustrated lecture on the German Republic, analyzing the role of cultural innovations in art, music, and literature.

    This FREE lecture series is a partnership of Framingham State University (FSU) and the Framingham Public Library (FPL) Visit http://www.framinghamlibrary.org for lecture locations.
     
           
    Framingham Main Library 508.532.5570 fpl@framinghamlibrary.com
  • | 7:00pm - | Charity, Fundraiser
    - Our next group will meet on Thursday, February 18th at 7:00pm (dinner will be provided). Email info@jeffsplacemetrowest.org or call us at (508) 879-2800 for questions or more information.
    Jeff's Place
    34 Deloss Street Framingham MA 01702
    Jeff's Place 508.879.2800 info@jeffsplacemetrowest.org
  • | 8:00pm - 10:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Children Family Magic Comedy
    - A must see performer! All the wonder of magic with a comic flair!

    "We recently hosted Malik the Magic Guy at our local summer camp. Malik's show was such a wonderful experience for our campers! He was extremely engaging and established an immediate rapport with our young audience. Our group was impressed with Malik's magical talent and spoke of his show for days to come! He was extremely easy to contact, was very flexible and accommodating with his schedule and most importantly---provided an age appropriate show for our group of twenty campers (aged 4-7). We hope to work with him again in the future!"
     
           
    Ellen Sturgis 508.405.2787 ellen.sturgis@amazingthings.org
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  • | Arts and Entertainment, Museum; Exhibition; Danforth; Art
    - Domestic interiors and the politics of display are the subjects of The Memory Palace: Domesticity, Objects, and the Interior, opening in two parts this winter. Permanent Collection works illustrate interiors as a recognized trope of art history. Featured contemporary artists on view are Lindsey Beal, Marie Craig, and Molly Lamb.

    Adults $11, Seniors $9, Students $8, Members and under age 17 free
    Danforth Art
    123 Union Avenue Framingham MA 01702
    508.620.0050 info@danforthart.org

Friday, February 19th, 2016

  • | 8:30am - 4:30pm | Kids, child, vacation, no school, nature, explore, wildlife, fun, outdoors, outside
    - Join us for winter fun and exploration! We'll search for the tracks and signs of Broadmoor's many winter creatures, learn how animals survive the winter, play games in the snow, drink hot chocolate, and much more!

    Sign up for single sessions or all four! Extended hours for parents!

    Instructions and Directions:
    See link in registration confirmation email for required health form and additional information. Pre-registration required. Online registration available.
    Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
    280 Eliot St. Natick MA 01760
    Broadmoor Education Coordinator 508.655.2296 broadmoorprograms@massaudubon.org
  • | 7:30pm - 9:00pm | Special Interest, adults, birding, bird, owls, owl, walk, guided walk, outside, nature, outdoor
    - Sound is one of the best ways to locate and identify owls. Learn about their calls, behavior and habitat. Join the adventure as we explore Broadmoor under moonlit skies listening for our resident great horned, screech & barred owls.

    Instructions and Directions:
    This program includes walking over uneven terrain in limited light.

    Pre-registration required. Online registration available.
    Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
    280 Eliot St. Natick MA 01760
    Broadmoor Education Coordinator 508.655.2296 broadmoorprograms@massaudubon.org
  • | 8:00pm - 10:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Bluegrass Music
    - "Join us for a post-JoeVal Festival evening of music! We'll be featuring Spring Hill Rounders followed by Rizzuti's BYOBluegrass Party open jam session.
    Spring Hill Rounders is a Bluegrass trio which regularly features one or more guest stars from the exciting New England acoustic scene. Charter members David Rizzuti, Neil Helme and Danny Erker are veteran players, having toured extensively and appeared on hundreds of recordings. Credits include Sony Records, Rounder Records, The Boston Bluegrass Union and appearances at many concert halls, benefits and saloons nationwide. The BYOBluegrass Party is simply the best jam session in New England, drawing participants from up and down the coast. Ace pickers are often in evidence, but it is a welcoming, open circle for all ages and skill levels.

    "
    Amazing Things Arts Center
    160 Hollis St Framingham MA 01702
    Ellen Sturgis 508.405.2787 ellen.sturgis@amazingthings.org
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  • | Arts and Entertainment, Museum; Exhibition; Danforth; Art
    - Domestic interiors and the politics of display are the subjects of The Memory Palace: Domesticity, Objects, and the Interior, opening in two parts this winter. Permanent Collection works illustrate interiors as a recognized trope of art history. Featured contemporary artists on view are Lindsey Beal, Marie Craig, and Molly Lamb.

    Adults $11, Seniors $9, Students $8, Members and under age 17 free
    Danforth Art
    123 Union Avenue Framingham MA 01702
    508.620.0050 info@danforthart.org
  • - Gateway Camera Club is showcasing their fine art photography in a group print exhibit at the Morse Institute Library in downtown Natick. (http://morseinstitute.org) Approximately 50 pieces of art are presented by 25 club members. Many subjects and styles are represented including landscapes, flora and fauna, portraits, architectural, creative and conceptual pieces. Every viewer will discover a work that they are drawn to.

    The exhibit runs through March in the Lebowitz Meeting Hall.

    Directions and hours: http://morseinstitute.org/

    For more information, contact the organizer, Buz Bragdon: e-mail Ihaul@aol.com, Tel. 508-655-4968


    Gateway Camera Club’s (http://www.gatewaycameraclub.org) goals are to share ideas, knowledge, and insight; to help improve the skills and abilities of our members; and to have some fun while enjoying photography.

    We recognize photography is changing, growing and with ever-emerging technologies, more exciting than ever! Gateway was one of the first local camera clubs to embrace digital photography and, as a result, we have some very knowledgeable digital photographers. Many award-winning members of Gateway Camera Club honed their talents and abilities through the mentoring they found at Gateway.
    Morse Institute Library
    14 East Central Street Natick MA 01760
    Gateway Camera Club, buz Bragdon 508.655.4968 Ihaul@aol.com

Saturday, February 20th, 2016

  • | 10:30am - 12:00pm | Special Interest, gardening, pollinators, plants, garden, sustainable
    - Native plants are not only beautiful, they are undoubtedly the best source of food for pollinators, because plants and their pollinators evolved together. Covering everything from understanding how to attract specific pollinators to finding the right plants, this class will help you turn your garden into a pollinator sanctuary.

    This class is part of our Urban Gardening Series a set of classes designed to help city dwellers grow healthy, sustainable, and beautiful urban gardens. Led by Society staff in partnership with the Cambridge Conservation Commission, these free classes take place at the Cambridge Public Library, Cambridge, MA.

    Saturday, February 20, 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cambridge Public Library,
    449 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02138

    Program Code: LEC6552
    Instructor: Dan Jaffe, Propagator and Stock Bed Grower, New England Wild Flower Society

    To register, go to:
    http://www.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/urban-gardening-series-gardening-for-pollinators
    For questions or registration help:
    Contact the Public Programs Department at lreed@newenglandwild.org, or by phone (508) 877-7630, ext. 3303.
    Cambridge Public Library
    449 Broadway Cambridge MA 02138
    Lana Reed 5088777630ext3303 lreed@newenglandwild.org
  • | 10:30am - 12:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Kids' Music
    - Stefilia's Little Stones provides a melodic, heavenly harmonic, joyfully interactive and musically rich concert experience that people of all ages can't get enough of. The secret to the success of Carrie Rowan and Adrienne Fawkes is that they are each established singer/songwriters as well as popular children's performers! Being the best of friends and moms themselves, also lends to playful and witty banter between toe tapping tunes. Their catchy original songs for both children & adults have been highly acclaimed whilst they seamlessly weave from each genre effortlessly like a songbird in flight!
    Amazing Things Arts Center
    160 Hollis St Framingham MA 01702
    Ellen Sturgis 508.405.2787 ellen.sturgis@amazingthings.org
  • | 7:00pm - 8:30pm | Kids, family, birding, bird, owls, owl, walk, guided walk, outside, nature, fun, kids,
    - Ever wondered if an owl really is as smart as they say? Why don't we hear them when they fly? Just how far can an owl see? Come with the whole family to learn about owl calls, behavior and habitat. We will explore Broadmoor under moonlit skies listening for our resident screech, barred and great horned owls.

    Instructions and Directions:
    This program for ages 6 and up includes walking over uneven terrain in limited light. Pre-registration required. Online registration available.
    Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
    280 Eliot St. Natick MA 01760
    Broadmoor Education Coordinator 508.655.2296 broadmoorprograms@massaudubon.org
  • | 8:00pm - 10:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Rock Eagles Tribute
    - The Preeminent Eagle Tribute Band! The seven members of 7 Bridges Road, from western Massachusetts, are some of that area’s finest vocalists and musicians, and have come together to present the body of work that is the legacy of America’s premier vocal rock band, the Eagles. Each selection is lovingly and painstakingly arranged and rehearsed, and the resulting show is a treat both for fans of the Eagles and for fans of good music played exceptionally well. Along with the music, members of the band relate interesting stories about the songs and the members of the Eagles and their influences, all while presenting a highly entertaining and exciting show, which includes numbers from the ‘70’s and ‘80’s as well as from the “new” album, released in 2006. 7BR also includes some of the releases from individual Eagles members’ solo careers.

    With five vocalists, three guitarists, keyboards, bass and drums, everything you’d expect to hear in an Eagles song is right there – live and well executed – the intricate vocal arrangements, the double guitar work, the great rhythm section. It’s all there, and leaves the audience singing on their way out at the end of each show.
     
           
    Ellen Sturgis 508.405.2787 ellen.sturgis@amazingthings.org
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  • | Arts and Entertainment, Museum; Exhibition; Danforth; Art
    - Domestic interiors and the politics of display are the subjects of The Memory Palace: Domesticity, Objects, and the Interior, opening in two parts this winter. Permanent Collection works illustrate interiors as a recognized trope of art history. Featured contemporary artists on view are Lindsey Beal, Marie Craig, and Molly Lamb.

    Adults $11, Seniors $9, Students $8, Members and under age 17 free
    Danforth Art
    123 Union Avenue Framingham MA 01702
    508.620.0050 info@danforthart.org
  • | Arts and Entertainment
    - Two performances: 2pm and 8pm.

    Before there was “Downton Abbey” there was “The Sorcerer” – Gilbert & Sullivan’s playful and humorous look at love and magic in the class-conscious world of Victorian England.

    Gilbert & Sullivan’s “The Sorcerer” presented by The Sudbury Savoyards
    Lincoln-Sudbury High School, 390 Lincoln Road, Sudbury
    $24 Adults/ $20 Seniors & Students/ $15 Children under 12
    For tickets or more information: http://www.sudburysavoyards.org or call 781-369-5992

    Founded in 1961, The Sudbury Savoyards are known for performing Gilbert and Sullivan on a grand scale with all of the net proceeds donated to world hunger relief.
    Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School
    390 Lincoln Road Sudbury MA 01776
    Sudbury Savoyards.org 781.369.5992

Sunday, February 21st, 2016

  • | Sports and Recreation
     
           
  • The Center for Arts in Natick
    14 Summer Street Natick MA 01760
    The Center for Arts in Natick 508.647.0097 info@natickarts.org
  • | Arts and Entertainment, Museum; Exhibition; Danforth; Art
    - Domestic interiors and the politics of display are the subjects of The Memory Palace: Domesticity, Objects, and the Interior, opening in two parts this winter. Permanent Collection works illustrate interiors as a recognized trope of art history. Featured contemporary artists on view are Lindsey Beal, Marie Craig, and Molly Lamb.

    Adults $11, Seniors $9, Students $8, Members and under age 17 free
    Danforth Art
    123 Union Avenue Framingham MA 01702
    508.620.0050 info@danforthart.org

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