The Marlborough Historical Society Presents: Marlborough- a City by the Decades- part three

 

On Tuesday, March 28 at 7:00 p.m., the Marlborough Historical Society will present “Marlborough- a City through the Decades part three.”

 

The first presentation, in September pertained to the city, 1890-1900. The second pertained to the city, 1900-1909. This presentation will be about Marlborough and the community 1910-1919,

 

Please join us as Robert Kane, Vice President of the Marlborough Historical Society presents the third portion of this theme     Marlborough was founded in 1660 but became a city in 1890. You will learn about the foundations that were laid by our founding fathers to help our city become a leader in industrial growth and a leading community in Massachusetts

 

The presentation will take place at the Peter Rice Homestead, 377 Elm Street. Admission is free and refreshments will be served.

deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum – Ongoing exhibits

Available in March:
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, 51 Sandy Pond Road
Lincoln, MA 01773 United States 

PLATFORM 18: Jonathan Gitelson, Are You Here? August 4, 2016—September 30, 2017 Vermont-based artist Jonathan Gitelson’s project Are You Here?

deCordova New England Biennial 2016 October 7, 2016—March 26, 2017 This exhibition represents deCordova’s longstanding commitment to artists working in New England

Edward Steichen: Twentieth-Century Photographer October 7, 2016—March 19, 2017

PLATFORM 16: Esther Kläs, Ferma (5) March 1, 2015—June 1, 2017 ..

PLATFORM 17: Stephanie Cardon

Old Sturbridge Village

Come explore the Village during the quiet winter season where photo opportunities abound. While we are closed to the general public, join one of our staff photographers as she guides you through the Village, both inside and out. Learn how to frame shots, explore working with winter light and shadows, and walk away with some great photographs!

Tower Hill Botanic Garden Family Snowshoe Walk

Explore the quiet world of winter in our gardens and trails. Snowshoes provided (weather permitting.) All ages; must be accompanied by adult. Pre-registration required.
Member $10/family,
Non-member $20/family plus admission.
Sunday, February 19, 1-2pm

Tower Hill Botanic Garden

GARDEN DISCOVERY


Designed for children ages 3-5 and their parent, grandparent or caregiver. Explore seasonal themes through crafts, storytelling and a short walk.
Free with Admission. Pre-registration required.
Wednesdays, January 18, February 1 & 15March 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29, 10:30-11:30am

Indian Hill Music Tribute to Fred Astaire

‘BACH’S LUNCH’ CONCERT: Indian Hill Music School presents a musical tribute to Fred Astaire featuring Billy Novick, clarinet; Jamie Dunphy, guitar; Justin Meyer, bass; and dancers Ted and Pamela Powers: TWO SHOWS Thursday, January 19 at 11 am and 1:30 pm, 36 King Street, Littleton, MA. Complimentary coffee, tea, cookies; bring your lunch. FREE admission. Reservations required for groups at (978) 486-9524 (press 0). Learn more at www.indianhillmusic.org.