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Presented by Methuen Memorial Music Hall at Online/Virtual Space
Outstanding young musicians Shaylen and Marshall Joos perform compositions for harp and organ. Both have been featured on NPR's "From the Top". Their program will include works by CPE Bach, Duruflé, Grandjany, Guridi, Handel, Shostakovich and Widor
Presented by Porter Square Books at Online/Virtual Space
Join Porter Square Books in welcoming volcanologist, extreme explorer and field scientist Jess Phoenix for a virtual talk about her new memoir, Ms. Adventure: My Wild Explorations in Science, Lava, and Life!
Presented by Leventhal Map & Education Center at Online/Virtual Space
Presented by ArtsEmerson at Online/Virtual Space
Using film as a lens to reflect on the vast lived experiences of the Chinese in the Greater Boston Area, this special series will feature monthly films and post-show curated discussions designed to build and foster meaningful community conversation.
Presented by Belmont World Film at Online/Virtual Space
Belmont World Film's 19th International Film Series, "Family Ties," features 8 top international films, streaming for one week each, culminating in a virtual discussion led by either the filmmaker or an expert speaker on Mondays at 7:30 PM.
Presented by The Writers' Room of Boston at Online/Virtual Space
A new reading series featuring the literary talent of the Writer's Room of Boston.
Presented by Revolutionary Spaces at Online/Virtual Space
A discussion with creators who have used comics and graphic novels to tell complicated and personal stories of American history.
Presented by American Repertory Theater at Loeb Drama Center
Tune in for a conversation with members of The Loop Lab, the BIPOC-led, multi-racial nonprofit social enterprise specializing in media arts.
Presented by Harvard Museums of Science and Culture at Harvard Museum of Natural History
This docent-led tour will delve into the history, artistry, and significance of the Glass Flowers collection and give participants the opportunity to explore the gallery online.
Presented by Greater Boston Stage Company at Greater Boston Stage Company
Treat your mom, treat a friend, treat yourself to a comedy break just in time for Mother's Day!
Presented by Museum of Science, Boston at Museum of Science, Boston
The international team whose discoveries expand our understanding of the cosmos show us how scientists, and nations, can work together.
Presented by Boston Jewish Film at ReelAbilities Film Festival Online
Part of the ReelAbilities Film Festival
Porter Square Books is delighted to present a virtual talk with Rickie Lee Jones, two-time Grammy winner and author of the newly released memoir, Last Chance Texaco!
Presented by Old North Church & Historic Site at Old North Church & Historic Site
Joe Bagley shares the stories of six of the North End's oldest buildings--and what they can tell us about the people who lived in them.
Presented by Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston at Online/Virtual Space
We’re taking a road trip to the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, Texas and are joined by their staff to explore the theme of contemplation.
Presented by National Park Service: U.S. Department of the Interior at Charlestown Navy Yard Visitor Center
Our nation’s capital was thrown into chaos and fear when southern states seceded from the Union. The 6th Massachusetts was quick to respond to President Lincoln’s call, but they had to fight to get there.
Presented by ArtsArlington.org at Arlington Town Hall
Learn How You Can Stop Plastic Pollution (a Zoom event)
An interactive, virtual discussion led by Leventhal Map & Education Center's Garrett Dash Nelson with guest Dr. Matt Bui, Ph.D.
Presented by Old Schwamb Mill at Old Schwamb Mill
Dr. Robert Krim of Framingham State University's Entrepreneur Innovation Center will focus on how Boston became and remains a international center for innovation.
Join Porter Square Books for a virtual event with Emily Henry, author of the new novel People We Meet on Vacation, in conversation with Meredith Goldstein (Things That Grow)!
Presented by ArtsArlington.org and Arlington Community Media Inc. and Robbins Library at Arlington Town Hall
Free ZOOM Workshop with Jessie Brown. Please register here: https://tinyurl.com/haikushops
Presented by New England Aquarium at Online/Virtual Space
Aquarium presents virtual lecture on the hidden culture of whales, featuring National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry.
Part of the ReelAblities Film Festival
Presented by The Dance Complex at Dance Complex