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Connecting Threads | Exhibition and Reception at Bedford Free Public Library

Bedford Free Public Library 7 Mudge Way, Bedford, MA

Connecting Threads, an exhibition with works by textile artist Joetta Maue and photographer Becky Behar will be on display at the Bedford Free Public Library from March 14 to May 11, 2022. The exhibition explores connections we make throughout our lives, the threads we spin and bonds we create, starting in the nuclei of our families. Joetta Maue’s embroidered fabrics and Becky Behar’s photographs use the element of stitching to construct a visual story of their lives. Their work acts as a document of lives lived and relationships felt. A reception for the artists will be on Sunday, April 10,

Free

Job Lane Farm Museum Tours

Job Lane Farm Museum 295 North Road, Bedford

The Job Lane Farm Museum is located at 295 North Road, in Bedford, and is owned by the Town of Bedford. The museum is open the second and fourth Sundays, May thru October from 2 pm to 4 pm. Free admission for members, otherwise $4 donation, $10 for family.    On May 22, Elizabeth Skipper, 18th Century Spinning Interpreter and Susan Luongo are the demonstrators. The Gift Shop is also open. We welcome those interested in volunteering to Greet, Tour Guide or Gift shop attendant. Check us out on: https://joblanefarmmuseum.org  

$4 – $10
Recurring

Replanting Lives: Group for Families Uprooted by Mental Illness

CoA - Bedford Council on Aging 12 Mudge Way, Bedford

Each FREE session is conducted by Mara Briere, MA, CFLE and a co-facilitator: networking skills concrete tools strategies resources Participants become better equipped to manage the changes in the family since a loved one has been diagnosed with a mental illness/behavioral health disorder.  Families deserve information and connection since being uprooted by the diagnosis of a lifelong chronic illness is a family member.  Join us as we get together and discuss how to make sense of the changes in our families. “Replanting Lives” is a supportive group that meets twice a month, the 2nd Tuesday morning (10:30-noon) at the New

Free