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“What is old is new again” is the theme of an online group exhibit entitled “Under the Bed,” in which the artists have selected their favorite work. Participating artists include C.M. Judge, Ruth Nelson, Sue Norton, Helen Obermeyer Simmons, Joanne Stowell, Carolyn Todd, Susan Wadsworth and Elsa...
What’s Happening at the Bigelow Library? Curb-side pick-up, programming, and by-appointment-only computer/faxing, printing and browsing, that’s what!      Even during the pandemic, the Bigelow library is here to help you! We are still providing library loans (order online with the pick-up...
The Discovery Museum Speaker Series kicks off its 9th year with Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, President Emerita of Spelman College who is widely known for her expertise on race relations and as a thought leader in higher education. “Talking to Kids about Race and Racism: A Conversation with Dr....
In the northern hemisphere, the shortest day of the year comes at the winter solstice. Regardless of what the weather is doing outside, the solstice marks the official start of winter. After the winter solstice, the days get longer, and the nights shorter. Join a winter solstice walk to celebrate...
Liz and Flynn perform folk and roots music and have made a name for themselves performing with their band Low Lily, and with such luminaries as John Whelan, Cathie Ryan, Tom Chapin, Melanie, and many more. Their music features their instrumental skills alongside uplifting American folk songs...

Tsar Nicholas II and the Royal Family, early 20th century.

 

 

 

 

 

Join Romanov Historian Nicholas Nicholson, co-curator of Tradition & Opulence, at the Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton, as he discusses the celebration of Christmas at the Russian Court. While Christmas is an important part of the Orthodox liturgical calendar, Christmas celebrations at the...
What’s Happening at the Bigelow Library? - Curbside pick-up, programming and by-appointment-only computer/faxing, printing and browsing, that’s what!      Even during the pandemic, the Bigelow library is here to help you! We are still providing library loans (order online with the pick-up...
In the bleak midwinter - especially this one - we all need some holiday cheer. Join The Cannon Theatre online for “An Evening of Cheer”, a cozy virtual fireside reading of a diverse collection of holiday stories, directed by Sally Reid. The cast of expressive storytellers will bring tales of...
The last fully restored and flying fighter that survived the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941 has arrived at the American Heritage Museum and will be on display. This Curtiss P- 40B Warhawk was stationed that day at Wheeler Field on Oahu, Hawaii, but amazingly suffered no damage...

(L to R) Irene Camire, IC Ayer Branch Manager, Jennifer Maguy, Community Coordinator from IC; Patricia Stern, Executive Director of Loaves & Fishes; and Holly Sanchez, SVP of Human Resources at IC. Courtesy photo

 

Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry is the fifth recipient of $4,000 through IC Credit Union’s “Empower” initiative.      “The past year has been a very difficult one,” said Patricia Stern, Executive Director of Loaves and Fishes, “with over 800 families receiving food and hope thanks to many...

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