Upcoming Events

  • Jul. 23

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    The Hear/Here project is part of the Community Art Center’s ongoing public art initiative, This is Where We Live, Work, and Create.

  • Jul. 25

    Harvard-Radcliffe Summer Theater - Rhinoceros, by Eugene Ionesco

    Two friends meet for a drink on a quiet day. Business goes about as usual until … a rhinoceros suddenly storms through town square? In this absurdist comedy, rhinoceroses become the talk of the town until the villagers discover the source of the creatures — themselves. A darkly funny commentary on conformity, Rhinocéros demonstrates that heroes come from the unlikely places and that perhaps humans and rhinoceroses aren’t so different after all. Tickets on sale at the Harvard Box Office. Admission: $12 g

  • Jul. 26

    Middle School Activities Event

    The Middle School Activities Club is going to Castle Creek Adventure Land.

  • Jul. 26

    Poet Populist Lo Galluccio at DeCordova Museum & Sculpture Garden

    On July 26th, the DeCordova Museum and Poet Populist Lo Galluccio will host an event called, "Art, Nature and Poetry" on the terrace overlooking Sandy Pond. The event will start off with a found/erasure poetry workshop given by Lo and Irene Koronas, 2:00 - 3:30 pm. Then six featured poets will read. Finally, Lo will host an open mike from 5 to 6 pm. All are invited to attend.

  • Jul. 26

    Harvard-Radcliffe Summer Theater - Rhinoceros, by Eugene Ionesco

    Two friends meet for a drink on a quiet day. Business goes about as usual until … a rhinoceros suddenly storms through town square? In this absurdist comedy, rhinoceroses become the talk of the town until the villagers discover the source of the creatures — themselves. A darkly funny commentary on conformity, Rhinocéros demonstrates that heroes come from the unlikely places and that perhaps humans and rhinoceroses aren’t so different after all. Tickets on sale at the Harvard Box Office. Admission: $12 g

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