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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

Zero Waste – Mothers Out Front Chapter Meeting

Zoom

Join us for our May Chapter Meeting where our guest speaker will be Deane Coady from Brookline Mothers Out Front. Deane will present several successful waste reduction measures that Brookline is adopting, working in conjunction with DPW and their local school and food businesses in town. We look forward to learning valuable tips from Deane. Please join us and come with your ideas and questions.

Free

Mothers Out Front: Chapter Meeting – Zero Waste

Zoom

Join us for our May Chapter Meeting where our guest speaker will be Deane Coady from Brookline Mothers Out Front. Deane will present several successful waste reduction measures that Brookline is adopting, working in conjunction with DPW and their local school and food businesses in town. Given our recent successful addition of an Energy and Sustainability Manager, we look forward to learning valuable tips from Deane. Please join us and come with your ideas and questions. R.S.V.P. at: https://ma.mothersoutfront.org/bedford_ma_20220515?utm_campaign=2022_05_02_beford_news_blast&utm_medium=email&utm_source=mothersoutfrontma  

Kammerwerke Double Wind Quintet Concert

First Parish in Bedford, Unitarian Universalist 75 The Great Rd, Bedford, MA

As we return to live performance, masks, which have been such a part of our lives during the pandemic, are a central theme of this concert.  It is ironic that we had planned to have Fauré‘s work on our 2020 pandemic-cancelled program.  And now here we are, returning masked and celebrating masks in theater and dance. The program will begin with Gabriel Fauré’s Masque et Bergmasque, Op. 112 (arr. K. Camden) including a Minuet and a Gavotte.  Next on the program will be a World Premiere of Conductor, Alan Pearlmutter’s Dance Suite featuring a Sarabande, a Waltz and a Bolero. 

$10

Kammerwerke Double Wind Quintet “Fêtes des Masques in Theater and Dance”

First Parish in Bedford, Unitarian Universalist 75 The Great Rd, Bedford, MA

As we return to live performance, masks, which have been such a part of our lives during the pandemic, are a central theme of this concert.  It is ironic that we had planned to have Fauré’s work on our 2020 pandemic-cancelled program.  And now here we are, returning masked and celebrating masks in theater and dance. The program will begin with Gabriel Fauré’s Masque et Bergamasque, Op. 112 (arr. K. Camden) including a Minuet and a Gavotte.  Next on the program will be a World Premiere of Conductor, Alan Pearlmutter’s Dance Suite featuring a Sarabande, a Waltz and a Bolero. 

$10

VAU Fallen Heroes Memorial

VA Bedford Healthcare System, The Oval 200 Springs Road, Bedford

Fallen Heroes Memorial dog tag flag on display at VA Bedford May 16-21 BEDFORD, Massachusetts– Veterans and Athletes United’s (VAU) Fallen Heroes Memorial, made of 7,040 dog tags that create an image of the American flag, will be on display in the Oval at Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital here, May 16 – 21. The dog tags are engraved with the names of the service members who have fallen in the War on Terrorism. The memorial also has 50 gold stars on the flag to honor Gold Star families nationwide. The Fallen Heroes Memorial will be open to the

Free
Recurring

“A Day of Beauty” at Shawsheen Tech

Shawsheen Valley Technical High School 100 Cook Street, Billerica, MA

Shawsheen Valley Technical High School welcomes the public to Shawsheen for “A Day of Beauty” on three Tuesdays in May. The visit will start with pampering at the school salon with service from cosmetology students, and then patrons will rendezvous to the Ram’s Head Dining room for a meal and coffee or tea from students in Culinary Arts/Hospitality Management program. The dates for “A Day of Beauty” are Tuesday May 10th, 17th or 24th. Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management and Cosmetology are two-out-of-twenty vocational programs offered at Shawsheen Valley Technical High School.  The programs are teaming up to pamper patrons to

COA Board Meeting

Bedford, MA

for info: https://www.bedfordma.gov/council-on-aging/events/137716

Bedford Society of Arts and Crafts Needle Felting Workshop

First Church of Christ, Congregational 25 The Great Rd, Bedford, MA

On Tuesday, May 17 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm, the Bedford Arts and Crafts Society will present an in-person needle felting workshop with artist Elizabeth Stubbs. She will demonstrate and guide participants in making one needle-felted 3D bunny. She will also discuss materials and process. See Elizabeth’s work at View Elizabeth’s work at www.elizabethstubbs.com The event will be in person, in the Vestry Room at the at the First Church of Christ, Congregational, 25 Great Road, Bedford, MA. Limited to 12 participants. Free for BACS members; $10 for nonmembers. $20 materials fee, or $30 if the felting tools are included. Please RSVP

$10

BHS Spring Instrumental Concert

Bedford High School Auditorium 9 Mudge Way, Bedford, MA

The Bedford High School Performing Arts Department will present its annual Spring Instrumental Concert on Tuesday, May 17, at 7:00pm in the BHS Auditorium. The band, orchestra, and specialized ensembles will perform. POMS will be on hand to recognize our graduating seniors, with the presentation of POMS scholarships and a reception with cake in the lobby after the concert. Admission is free, and all are welcome.

Free