Lost and Found

Town of Bedford, MA 10 Mudge Way, Bedford

This show, juried by Jessica Straus, examines our relationships with familiar, unfamiliar and defamiliarized objects. Sometimes we find things we never knew we lost. They have been hidden away in our attics or our drawers. Other things we discover in the dailiness of our lives. We find meaning and even healing in found objects and pieces from the past. Meanings are created somewhere between claiming and severing relationships with objects, between reviving and recasting their history. The work starts with a found object which must be physically embedded or transformed into the piece itself. Objects may be recognizable or beyond


Raley Beggs Solo Guitarist – MCC A World Of Music Concert Series

Middlesex Community College 591 Springs Rd, Bedford

Raley Beggs, Guitarist MCC faculty member and noted guitarist Raley Beggs will perform an evening of colorful music for solo guitar by Francesco da Milano, Francisco Guerau, Isaac Albéniz, Giulio Regondi, Maurice Ravel, and Johann Sebastian Bach.             Sunday, November 20 at 3:00 pm             MCC Concert Hall, Bedford Campus For more information and for directions, please visit


Journey to Oz at First Parish

First Parish Bedford 75 The Great Road, Bedford

If you’re a person who watches “The Wizard of Oz” at least once every year, you will want to make your own “Journey to Oz” at First Parish, Bedford,  on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 3 p.m. Local performers Brad Conner and Ben Sears are joining a cast of Boston area musical theater singers to bring a lineup of favorites from the Oz canon, including “Over the Rainbow” and songs from “The Wiz” and “Wicked.”  Steve Sussman, pianist, is the accompanist with JoAnne Dickinson as the storyteller.  Others in the cast include Teresa Winner Blume, Christina English, Carolyn Saxon, Sherée Dunwell, Davron Monroe,