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MRT Starts The Season with “The Lion” – Six Guitars & A Story – Aug 26- Sept 20

"A good storyteller uses everything he has. So Benjamin Scheuer uses his guitar — actually, six guitars — to tell one man’s gripping coming-of-age story. The award-winning songwriter inspires and disarms with his raw wit and emotional depth as he leads you on a musical journey from boyhood to manhood, through pain and healing, to…
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Pixar Exhibit Now Open At The Musuem of Science

Enjoy a unique, first-time look into the Pixar process, and explore the science and technology behind some of the most beloved animated films and their characters with the world premiere of The Science Behind Pixar. This interactive exhibition showcases the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) concepts used by the artists and computer scientists who…
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The Library Has a New Museum Pass: the Harvard Art Museums

The Friends group has generously donated funds for us to purchase the pass for this brand new museum located in Harvard Square. It is the combination of three of Harvard's famous art museums now under one glass roof.  Come see art from all over the world from the ancient world to today. Experience the innovative…
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Celebrate #Thoreau at The Harvard Natural History Museum

THOREAU'S MAINE WOODS A Journey in Photographs with Scot Miller On view through September 1, 2014 "In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the publication of Henry David Thoreau’s The Maine Woods, this exhibition features the stunning photographs of Scot Miller, who has traversed the state of Maine for years, retracing the footsteps of Thoreau, New…
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Enjoy the new Exhibits at American Textile History Museum in #Lowell

The American Textile History Museum is delighted to present MILL WORKS: Inventing Lowell and Flowers in the Factory, two very special exhibitions transporting visitors into the captivating world of 19th-century New England. Curated by ATHM Director of Interpretation David Unger, these are two dramatically different exhibits with a common theme of New England’s textile mills. Inventing Lowell is a preview…
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2 Children’s Museums that are Closer Than #Boston #SpringVacation

Did you know we have two children's museums in our backyard in Acton? They are the Children's Museum and the Science Discovery Museum. Click here to reserve a pass. Pass admits 3 visitors at half price ($5.50) each to both museums.    Children under 1 are admitted free. Before booking a pass, please check the museum website…
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#MFA Commemorates the #Boston #Marathon Tragedy April 1-30

" “To Boston With Love,” an installation of more than 1700 hand-sewn flags strung across the Shapiro Family Courtyard returns to the MFA on the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon tragedy. The flags were created by quilters from nearly every state in the US and from countries around the world in tribute to the city. The…
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Beat the Winter Blahs – Visit the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum for $5

Isabella Gardner Museum is a great antidote for the Winter blahs - the famous courtyard can make you feel like you are in an Italian Renaissance painting. "Gardens and Horticulture flourish at the Gardner Museum, reflecting Isabella Stewart Gardner’s passion for these activities. The Museum’s interior Courtyard is itself an astonishing work of art, combining…
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