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The Crime Club
Odyssey Bookshop
Neil Novik leads a discussion of , by Robert Galbraith.
Judith Frank
Amherst College Alumni House
Local author Frank reads from her new novel, .
Science Cafe
Esselon Cafe
An informal science event for a general audience. This month's topic is: In Search of the Genes that Make Us Human.
Snack Girl: Easy Recipes and Weight Loss Tips
Forbes Library
Do you need to be rescued from the diet rollercoaster? Maybe you want to learn how to eat healthier on a budget?
Nerd Nite
Molly Sackett Pasquale gives a nuts-and-bolts tour of the innovative Boeing 787 aircraft, and Grace Mrowicki discusses proper grammar from a historical perspective. 21-plus.
40 Modern Dance
The Blue Guitar Dance Studio/Performance Space
Combines core-strengthening, a standing warm up, simple phrases across the floor and improv.
Meditation for World Peace and Human Unity
Bangs Community Center
With Andrew Vidich, PhD, author of .
Dusty Miller
Forbes Library
Author reading and book signing. With special guest Frances Crowe.
Collage Barrage
Explore the edges of your psyche with scissors, glue, and music. Materials provided.
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Running Away To The Circus School
A moment after the woman at the reception desk hollers up to announce my arrival, Elsie Smith...
Beyond “Because It’s There”
“B ecause it’s there” has been the accepted motivation behind all manner of exploits,...
Handmade... or Not?
Fine furniture makers find a place for digital fabrication tools.
Game On
The Quarters reinvents the arcade.
Mutton and Mead
With the Game of Thrones season winding to its conclusion, the need for a medieval fix could get...
Home and Design: Fallen Friends
Spencer Peterman celebrates the life and death of trees.