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Presented by The Center for Arts in Natick at The Center for Arts in Natick
Joshua Radin emerged in 2004 as an empathetic, engaging, and often enthralling troubadour...
Presented by Jamaica Plain Historical Society at Bethel AME Church, Jamaica Plain
Come along with the Jamaica Plain Historical Society to explore the Woodbourne section of JP. This neighborhood developed from 19th-century summer estates into a model suburban enclave.
Presented by The Spire Center for Performing Arts at Spire Center for the Performing Arts
BLUES/ROCK GUITAR GREAT PAUL NELSON and HIS AMAZING BAND ON TOUR
Presented by Arts Wayland Foundation, Inc. at First Parish In Wayland
Take the opportunity to master the art of hand weaving and weave a table runner to be taken home at the end of the class,
Presented by Rockport Music at Shalin Liu Performance Center
World-renowned Brazilian jazz singer Luciana Souza makes her Rockport debut
Presented by Hold on til Dawn at Arts at the Armory
An incredible night of live music and healing to raise funds and awareness to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Presented by West Concord Junction Cultural Committee at Harvey Wheeler Community Center
West Concord Porchfest. A free, All-ages Grassroots Community Music Festival! More than two dozen live acts within walking distance of West Concord Village. Enjoy a sandwich and ice cream and grab a map to guide you around the neighborhood.
Presented by Scandinavian Cultural Center at Scandinavian Cultural Center
Presented by City of Watertown at Saltonstall Park
The Ultimate Family Fun Event: Join for Watertown's 24th Annual Faire on the Square!
Presented by South Boston Neighborhood Development Corporation at East Broadway
The South Boston Street Fest features more than 100 local businesses, artists, and community organizations, as well as shopping, live music, local performances, food, kids’ activities, and so much more.
Presented by Harvard Art Museums at Harvard Art Museums
Join us for a guided tour of Seeing in Art and Medicine, with curators Jen Thum and Laura Muir.
Presented by Celebrity Series of Boston at Arlington Street Church
Saxophonist, pianist, and composer Edmar Colón and his Quartet (plus some special guests) showcase the beauty and influences of the expansive Puerto Rican jazz songbook
Presented by The Guild of Boston Artists at The Guild of Boston Artists
Presented by Union Square Main Streets at Union Square
What the Fluff? is a madcap festival that celebrates Somerville’s proud tradition of innovation with live music, fluffalicious feasts, sticky games, zany happenings, and much more!
Presented by The Wenham Museum at Patton Homestead
Join Wenham Museum as they learn about the life of Beatrice Ayer Patton, the wife of the famous WWII General George S. Patton, Jr. in this new biography, Lady of the Army: The Life of Mrs. George S. Patton, by Stefanie Van Steelandt.
Presented by Juventas New Music Ensemble at Multicultural Arts Center
An homage to the wonders of avian life.
Presented by Boston Philharmonic Orchestra at Boston Public Library, Rabb Auditorium
These classes give everyone involved a window into how music can and should be performed in order to engage, stimulate and inspire the audience at the deepest level. The classes are free and open to the public.
Presented by Regent Theatre at Regent Theatre
Jamie Walker & Friends with The Gravel Project featuring Jen Kearney
Presented by The Wenham Museum at The Wenham Museum
Find out at the Hamilton Wenham Children’s Business Fair, showcasing kids’ entrepreneurial genius! We’re thrilled to host this event in partnership with Local HW.
Presented by Larcom Theatre at Larcom Theatre
Singers' Showcase led by Professional Singer and Voice Coach, Bethany Vahn
Presented by Newton Community Pride at Allen Center for the Arts
Free outdoor concert series, open to all, held throughout Newton's villages.
Presented by Revolutionary Spaces at Old South Meeting House
As part of Revolutionary Spaces' Raising Voices Festival: A Celebration of Music, Art, and the Power of Protest, Raising Voices Presents 24-Decade History of Popular Music: Documentary & Discussion with Taylor Mac.
Presented by Brookline Arts Center at Monmouth Park
The Brookline Arts Center is thrilled to invite you to an enlightening cinematic experience, a free screening of "SUNÚ," hosted in collaboration with IMCINE, City on a Hill Brookline and Brookline Recreation.
Presented by Americas Musicworks at Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church
Flutist Peter H. Bloom in concert: Vivid works for multiple flutes, piano, voice, crotale and kickdrum (one performer). “Wonderfully smoky and mysterious” (EarRelevant). “A revelation for unforced sweetness and strength" (The Boston Globe).