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The Wild Party

The mission of Concord’s Umbrella Community Arts Center is to enrich lives and builds a vibrant community through the arts.  It inspires creativity, learning, and personal growth through arts … [Read More...]

Concord Chamber Music Society

Founded in 2000, the Concord Chamber Music Society (CCMS) seeks to enhance the cultural life of Concord by presenting affordable concerts featuring artists and programs of the highest caliber and by … [Read More...]

Free Family Outdoor Movie Night

The Northborough Community Affairs Committee is a nine member committee appointed by the Board of Selectman.  Their goal is to promote community life by providing town events for the enjoyment of … [Read More...]

Norwood Farmers Market

The Norwood Farmers Market is held Tuesdays through October 4 from 12 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on The Common at the cross of Washington and Nahatan Streets.   Each year, its goal is to bring the best … [Read More...]

Celtic Social Club

The Norwood Theatre is a newly renovated performing arts center situated at 109 Central Street.  On Thursday, September 29 at 7:30 p.m., Celtic Social Club performs.  Based on the same concept as … [Read More...]

Hopkinton Center for the Arts

Located at 98 Hayden Rowe Street, the Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) is a visual and performing arts center dedicated to engaging the greater MetroWest community in the exploration, enjoyment, … [Read More...]

History Book Club

Originally established in 1867, since 1895 the Hopkinton Public Library has been located in the heart of downtown just steps away from the Town Common. Filled with architectural charm and character, … [Read More...]

Woburn Historical Society

The Woburn Historical Society (WHS) is made up of community volunteers and strives to preserve and promote Woburn's rich history through various programs and events.  Founded in 2006, the society has … [Read More...]

Novel Ideas: Fiction Book Club for Adults

The history of the Woburn Public Library began over 200 years ago in 1789. On April 13 of that year, just 17 days before George Washington was inaugurated as the country’s first President, … [Read More...]



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