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Lexington Massachusetts was settled in 1642 and was incorporated in 1713. Lexington is an affluent community that prides itself on the beauty of its town owned land, as well as the excellence of its public school system and the safety of its residents. The town is home to conservation lands and many parks and also museums and libraries that all provide exceptional opportunities for cultural and recreational activities. The town’s physical location provides easy access to Boston and all of New England.

Lexington’s citizens give particular attention to preserving the town’s rich historical importance as the birthplace of the American Revolution. The annual Patriot’s Day celebration in April is complete with a re-enactment of Paul Revere’s ride and the battle with the British.

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Trompe L'Oeil Show - Francesca Anderson Fine Art, Portraits North

Francesca Anderson Fine Art, Portraits North is delighted to present its first Trompe LOeil Show, which runs through November 2, 2014. FAFA is a popular gallery celebrating its 31st year, located at 56 Adams Street in Lexington, MA, specializing in Portraiture and Contemporary Realism.

Trompe LOeil means trick of the eye and is an art technique that uses realistic imagery to create the optical illusion of three dimensions. This method takes Realism, which is enjoying major popularity, one giant step further and is sure to leave viewers in awe. This is a show not to miss.

Trompe features 22 artists from around the country: Marina Dieul, (Que); Sarah Fagan, OR; Carly Glovinsky, NH; Leslie Parke (NY), Omar Rodriguez Jr. (PA), Jaye Schlesinger, (MI); Chris Thorson (CA), Anthony Waichulis (PA), Judy York (CT), Win Zibeon (NY), and many more can be found at http://www.portraitsnorth.com/current_show.html.

There are still life paintings, landscapes and sculpture in the show. Certain paintings are mostly trompe loeil, especially the still lifes, and others, as in landscapes, have portions of the painting that are in 3D.

Francesca Anderson has awarded 4 prizes to the following: Best Trompe LOeil, Small: Phil Kidd, PA Prisoner of Adhesion, 10 x 8, oil on masonite. A Twinings tea bag hangs delicately from a string which dangles in front of a chalkboard. The tag, string and teabag are all in 3D. It looks as if you can pick up the tea bag right out of the painting.

Best Trompe LOeil, Medium: Jaye Schlesinger, MI R.L. (image), 12 x 16, oil on linen. This is an oil painting of a Ralph Lauren shopping bag- bright aqua blue, shiny and sitting open and empty, as if ready to be filled.

Best Trompe LOeil, Large: Tom Stocker, MA, Turkish Vine Motif, 64 x 34, acrylic on canvas. This is a painting of an oriental Turkish Prayer rug. When anyone sees it, they ask incredulously, is this a rug, or a painting of a rug? When it is mentioned that it is a painting, everyone asks, May I touch it?

Best Trompe LOeil Sculpture: Carly Glovinski, NH Untitled Dishrag, 12 x 7, pen & ink with correction fluid on paper. Trompe Leoil can now include sculpture, which looks just like a cotton dishcloth that has been casually hung on a towel rod, only its paper.

In addition to Tom Stocker of Boston, three artists have been influenced by their grandparents: Julie Angela Theresa, Boston, MA who has painted her grandmothers collection of number 2 pencils, and paint brushes; Tom Stocker of Boston has painted oriental rugs and used to watch his grandfather make rugs when he was small. Leslie Parke, NY comes from a family of collectors of china and crystal, hence her painting of wine glasses and china plates.

In John Paulus Semples landscape North Pomfret Winter, 40 x 60, oil on canvas, one is looking through a post and rail fence in the snow, up to a tiny farmhouse on a hill, while a blue jean jacket has been carefully hung on one of the posts. The jacket seems to hang outside of the painting, along with the discarded corn husks in the foreground as well as a short, lone cord wrapped around part of the fence. This landscape has parts of trompe loeil in it.

At the end of this show Francesca Anderson Fine Art will be making a donation to Wounded Warrior Project, as in all future shows through 2015.

Trompe LOeil runs through Sunday, Nov 2. Gallery Hours: Wed-Sat, 10-5 and Sun, 12-5. For more information please visit their website www.FAFineArt.com or contact Francesca Anderson at Francesca@PortraitsNorth.com.



When: Sep 21, 2014 12 PM to Nov 29, 2014 5 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sun, 21 Sep 2014 12 )
Voyages en Francophonie
Saturday March 14, 2015
10:00 AM until 9:00 PM

Join us for our 4th annual Voyages en Francophonie, an educational, family oriented event organized by the EFGB, the Dlgation du Quebec, the French consulate, the Haitian Consulate General in Boston and the Lexington-Antony Sister Cities of the Lexington Tourism Committee
Around 10 French-speaking countries will be represented with workshops showcasing local cultural highlights and traditions. There will be a variety of micro-events throughout the day such as a talent show, cultural workshops, concerts, and food sale, all aiming at entertaining children and adults alike and showing how rich and diverse the francophone world is.

Admission: suggested donation: $15 per family for the whole day!


http://efgboston.org/vef2015
Location: Jonas Clarke Middle School, 17 Stedman Road, Lexington, MA

When: Mar 14, 2015 10 AM to Mar 14, 2015 9 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sat, 14 Mar 2015 10 )
Isaiah Together Shema Event

On Saturday evening October 18, starting at 7:00 pm, we will combine fun socializing with our Shema listening. We will begin our evening by celebrating Havdalah (the close of Shabbat) with music, then enjoy wine and cheese and fancy desserts, and finally participate in small break-out groups to talk about what is important to each of us. What are you interested in? How would you like to connect with other members of the congregation? Is there a subject you want to learn about, an activity you want to engage in, an issue you want to explore?



When: Oct 18, 2014 7 PM to Oct 18, 2014 9 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sat, 18 Oct 2014 19 )
Certified Pharmaceutical GMP Professional (CPGP) Preparation Course
COURSE LOGISTICS

Instructors:David A. Manalan, Theresa McCarthy, Steven Carty

This course takes place on10 Tuesday eveningsfrom 6 pm to8:30 pm
(23Sep14 through 01Dec14) at the Element Hotel in Lexington, MA

The course will also be broadcast as WEBEX meetings, both live and available as recordings.
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

ASQ Boston reserves the right to cancel the course if there are fewer than six registrants. The maximum physical on-site class size is fifteen.

This course will be broadcast as a WEBEX meeting to all registered students, regardless of location. Recordings of the classes will be available until after the exam on Dec 6.
COURSE DESCRIPTION

The Certified Pharmaceutical GMP Professional understands the GMP principles as regulated and guided by national and international agencies for the pharmaceutical industry. This covers finished human and veterinary drugs and biologics, ectoparasitacides, and dietary supplements (alternatively called nutraceuticals where regulated as drug products, as well as their component raw materials (includes active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and excipients), and packaging, and labeling operations.Certification Requirements

Education and/or Experience Work experience must be in a full time, paid role. Paid intern, co-op or any other course work cannot be applied towards the work experience requirement. You must have five years of on-the-job experience in one or more of the areas of the Certified Pharmaceutical GMP Professional Body of Knowledge. A minimum of three years of this experience must be in a decision-making position. Decision-making is defined as the authority to define, execute, or control projects/processes and to be responsible for the outcome. This may or may not include management or supervisory positions. There are no education waivers to reduce experience requirements for this exam.CLASS TEXT INCLUDED WITH REGISTRATION

The Certified Pharmaceutical GMP Professional Handbook, Quality Press, H1386COURSE GOALS

Will have a fundamental understanding of regulatory agency governance including, global regulatory framework, relevant regulations and guidelines, and mutual recognition agreements.

Will be able to develop and apply elements and requirements of a quality system, evaluate various types of audits and self-inspections, and analyze documents and record management systems.

Will be able to distinguish between and verify suitability of factors relating to laboratory systems, including relevant compendia for US, Europe and Japan, investigations of aberrant laboratory results, and instrument control and record-keeping.

Will be able to determine requirements and specifications for construction of facilities, utilities and equipment, evaluate automated or computerized systems, and apply business continuity plans and disaster recovery techniques.

Will be able to use sampling plans and apply procedures for shipping and receiving materials, analyze in-house storage, identification, and rotation of materials, and meet requirements for materials traceability and sourcing, including returned goods.

Will have a thorough understanding of sterile and nonsterile manufacturing systems and be able to analyze master and completed batch records, material control procedures, and contamination controls.

Will have a thorough understanding of product design factors and phase-appropriate GMP requirements.

Will be able to develop and evaluate filling and packaging operations and controls, and analyze technology transfer activities.INSTRUCTORS PROFILES Click here or Go TO http://www.asqboston.org/education/instructors/IMPORTANT NOTICE

If you are depending on an ASQ Boston certification preparation course to prepare you for the ASQ Certification Examination, DO NOT register for the certification examination until after you receive an email from ASQ Boston Education Committee which confirms the course will start as scheduled. Reason: ASQ Boston may not have the minimum number of registrants required to start the course. If the minimum is not attained, we will notify you in time to prevent your unnecessary examination registration.



When: Sep 23, 2014 6 PM to Dec 2, 2014 8 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts
Cost: 670.00 true Member 670.00

755.00 true Non-member ASQ 755.00

Text provided along with WEBEX. 620.00 true Member- WEBEX only 620.00

Text provided along with WEBEX. 705.00 true Non member, WEBEX only 705.00

(Tue, 23 Sep 2014 18 )
American Red Cross Blood Drive
When: Nov 5, 2014 2 PM in Lexington, Massachusetts (Wed, 05 Nov 2014 14 )
Website Design with HTML/CSS, Gr 4+, Lexington Studio
Students will learn to create their own website using HTML and CSS. Students will have the opportunity to hack into other websites to see how they were made and use their new skills to customize existing websites, or make their own from scratch. No previous experience required.

When: Sep 30, 2014 4 PM to Sep 30, 2014 5 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts
Cost: September 23 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | $160; FREE for Empow After-School Club Members (Tue, 30 Sep 2014 16 )
Minecraft Animation (Stop Motion), Gr 1+, Lexington Studio
Are you crazy about Minecraft? Do you love stop motion animation? Then this is the class for you! Using official Minecraft papercrafts, students will bring creepers, witches, and other Minecraft objects to life. Refine your stop motion animation technique as you tell your own Minecraft story!

When: Oct 6, 2014 4 PM to Oct 6, 2014 5 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts
Cost: $160; FREE for Empow After-School Club Members (Mon, 06 Oct 2014 16 )
American Red Cross Blood Drive
When: Oct 8, 2014 2 PM in Lexington, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Oct 2014 14 )
Trompe L'Oeil Show

Francesca Anderson Fine Art, Portraits North is delighted to present its first Trompe LOeil Show. Trompe LOeil means trick of the eye and is an art technique that uses realistic imagery to create the optical illusion of three dimensions. This method takes Realism, which is enjoying major popularity, one giant step further and is sure to leave viewers in awe.

Trompe features the still life paintings, landscapes, and sculptures of twenty-two artists from around the country, including Marina Dieul, (Que); Sarah Fagan, OR; Carly Glovinsky, NH; Leslie Parke (NY), Omar Rodriguez Jr. (PA), Jaye Schelesinger, (MI); Chris Thorson (CA), Anthony Waichulis (PA), Judy York (CT), Win Zibeon (NY), and many more.

At the end of this show, Francesca Anderson Fine Art will be making a donation to Wounded Warrior Project.

Sep 28, 2014: 12 pm - 5 pm (Sun)



When: Oct 1, 2014 10 AM in Lexington, Massachusetts (Wed, 01 Oct 2014 10 )
Korean American Contemporary Artists

Korean Cultural Society of Boston (KCSB) presents the 2nd exhibition by Korean American contemporary artists in the Boston area. Close to 30 works, juried by Jane Portal, the Matsutaro Shoriki Chair, Art of Asia, Oceania, and Africa of MFA Boston, will be exhibited. Featured invited artist is Peter Haines.

The exhibition features pieces in a variety of media, including oil paint, photography, clay and fabric.

KCSB was founded in 2012 and focuses on presenting Korean culture. Besides exhibitions, exciting concerts of Korean Traditional music and dances are organized every year. KCSB also organizes a classical concert series and a special concert of soprano Hye-Kyung Hong in May, 2015.



When: Sep 30, 2014 12 PM in Lexington, Massachusetts (Tue, 30 Sep 2014 12 )
Across the Pond
Saturday October 18, 2014
8:00 PM until 10:00 PM

This program celebrates two of Englands most notable composers: George Butterworth and Sir Edward Elgar. Butterworth, one of the most promising English composers to emerge at the turn of the 20th century, died at the age of 21 at the Battle of the Somme in WWI. His masterpiece A Shropshire Lad demonstrates what great talent he possessed at such an early age. Elgars stunning choral masterpiece Dream of Gerontius heard only twice in the past 28 years in Boston marks the instant when a person leaves this world and the journey of the soul begins. Elgars melodies convey faith, sorrow, and wonder all at once in one of the most inspiring works ever written.

Butterworth | A Shropshire Lad
Elgar | Dream of Gerontius
Barbara Quintilliani, dramatic soprano
Ray Bauwens, tenor
Aaron Engebreth, baritone
New World Chorale; Holly Krafka, Artistic Director

Sponsored by Lexington Symphony Concert Fund Partners


Across the Pond
Location: Lexington High School

When: Oct 18, 2014 8 PM to Oct 18, 2014 10 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sat, 18 Oct 2014 20 )
Digital Music Production, Gr 2+, Lexington Studio
Create your own tracks while learning the fundamentals of music production. Experiment with professional software used for recording, editing, and mixing music. Whether you want to produce the next hit single or create a spooky soundtrack, our tools and knowledgeable staff will help you achieve your vision. No previous musical training required!

When: Oct 2, 2014 1 PM to Oct 2, 2014 2 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts
Cost: September 25 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | $160; FREE for Empow After-School Club Members (Thu, 02 Oct 2014 13 )
3D Video Game Design with Unity, Gr 4+, Lexington Studio
Unity 3D Video Game Development: Make console quality video games like the pros! Using the free game engine, Unity, students will create their own 3D video games. Completed games can be played on both PC and Mac computers, and can even be played online. Beginners and experienced game makers welcome!

When: Oct 4, 2014 11:15:00 AM to Oct 4, 2014 12 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts
Cost: September 27 @ 11:15 am - 12:30 pm | $170; FREE for After-School Club Members (Sat, 04 Oct 2014 11:15:00 )
App Design for Droid Devices, Gr 4+, Lexington Studio
Ever wonder how apps for Droid tablets and phones are made? Using MITs App Inventor, students will learn to program an app from start to finish. Tablets will be provided or students can bring their own. No previous programming experience necessary!

When: Oct 4, 2014 10 AM to Oct 4, 2014 11 AMin Lexington, Massachusetts
Cost: September 27 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am | $160; FREE for After-School Club Members (Sat, 04 Oct 2014 10 )
NXT LEGO Robotics, Gr 3 8, Lexington Studio
Do you like to build? Drive remote control vehicles? Program robots? Then this is the class for you. Students will use LEGO Mindstorms NXT components to build and program models of machines and devices that operate automatically or by remote control. Projects may include a drawbridge, robotic arm, pinball machine, crane, car, and others. Working with expert instructors and detailed building plans, students will complete a different project in each class. Photos of all their creations will be available after the final class. Note: LEGO projects will not be taken home.

When: Oct 1, 2014 4 PM to Oct 1, 2014 5 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts
Cost: September 24 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm | $180; FREE for Empow After-School Club Members (Wed, 01 Oct 2014 16 )
The American Revolution Round Table Meeting
Monday October 6, 2014
7:00 PM until 9:00 PM

The American Revolution Roundtable Meeting on Monday, October 6, 2014 from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.

Topic: Marquis de Lafayette's Leadership in the American and French Revolutions

Book: Lafayette by Marc Leepson

Location: Brookhaven at Lexington; 1010 Waltham St; Lexington, 781-863-9600

Contact: Moderator Mel Bernstein - RSVP to reserve a place at mbern9@gmail.com or 781-259-9926



When: Oct 6, 2014 7 PM to Oct 6, 2014 9 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Mon, 06 Oct 2014 19 )
Rising Star Quilt Show
Friday October 24, 2014
10:00 AM until 5:00 PM

New Location and Days for the Rising Star Quilt Show

The Rising Star Quilters Guild will hold its annual quilt show at St. Brigid Church, 1995 Mass Ave, in Lexington (located just blocks from, Cary Hall) on Friday, October 24 from 10 am to 5 pm and Saturday October 25 from 10 am to 4 pm. More than 120 quilts will be on display. This year members were challenged to interpret Transportation in all its many permutations in quilts. In addition to the bed, wall and challenge quilts and quilted objects on display, hand crafted items will be available for sale in the Boutique; there will be scavenger hunts for children and adults; a caf selling hot beverages and bakery goods; basket and mini quilt raffles. Raffle tickets for this years raffle quilt "After Storm At Sea", will be available at the show; the winning ticket will be drawn on Saturday but you do not need to be present to win. Rising Star Quilters Guild is proud to donate quilts to Germaine Lawrence in Arlington, REACH Beyond Domestic Violence.

Admission to the show is $6, children 12 years old and under are admitted free. A portion of the proceeds will benefit REACH. The building is handicap accessible and there is ample free parking adjacent to the building.


http://www.risingstarquilters.org
Location: St. Brigid's Church

When: Oct 24, 2014 10 AM to Oct 24, 2014 5 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Fri, 24 Oct 2014 10 )
Model Train Show
Sunday December 14, 2014
12:00 PM until 4:00 PM

Discover the magic of trains at the annual Model Train Weekend at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library (National Heritage Museum), Sunday, December 14 from 12 - 4 pm. This family-friendly event is a perfect holiday-season outing for adults and children of all ages. The HUB Division of the National Model Railroad Association presents miles of track with trains running on multiple main lines as they chug up mountain climbs, past coal mines, through small villages and into tunnels. Some engines pull 50 cars past hundreds of charming venues including icy lakes with skaters, snow-covered farms, and urban skyscrapers. Admission is $7 per family; $5 for member families.


Model Train Show
Location: Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library (National Heritage Museum) 33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA

When: Dec 14, 2014 12 PM to Dec 14, 2014 4 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sun, 14 Dec 2014 12 )
Model Train Show
Saturday December 13, 2014
10:00 AM until 4:30 PM

Discover the magic of trains at the annual Model Train Weekend at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library (National Heritage Museum), Saturday, December 13 and Sunday, December 14, 2014. This family-friendly event is a perfect holiday-season outing for adults and children of all ages. The HUB Division of the National Model Railroad Association presents miles of track with trains running on multiple main lines as they chug up mountain climbs, past coal mines, through small villages and into tunnels. Some engines pull 50 cars past hundreds of charming venues including icy lakes with skaters, snow-covered farms, and urban skyscrapers. Model Train Weekend hours are 10 am to 4:30 pm on Saturday, December 13, and 12 pm to 4 pm on Sunday, December 14. Admission is $7 per family; $5 for member families.


Model Train Show
Location: Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library (National Heritage Museum) 33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA

When: Dec 13, 2014 10 AM to Dec 13, 2014 4 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sat, 13 Dec 2014 10 )
Carbon Tax and Its Impact on Consumers
Monday October 6, 2014
7:30 PM until 9:00 PM

Lexington Global Warming Action Coalition presents:

State Senator Mike Barrett and Marc Breslow discuss

The Carbon Tax and Its Impact on Consumers


Location: Cary Memorial Library 1874 Massachusetts Ave

When: Oct 6, 2014 7 PM to Oct 6, 2014 9 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Mon, 06 Oct 2014 19 )
Multicultural Family Picnic
Sunday October 19, 2014
1:00 PM until 3:00 PM

Join the Lexington Historical Society at Buckman Tavern for a multicultural family picnic. Enjoy a variety of international foods and have a free tour of newly restored Buckman Tavern with their self-guided audio tour. A collaboration with the Indian Americans of Lexington Association and the Chinese American Association of Lexington. Free and open to the public.


http://www.lexingtonhistory.org
Location: Buckman Tavern

When: Oct 19, 2014 1 PM to Oct 19, 2014 3 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sun, 19 Oct 2014 13 )
Prized Relics: Historic Souvenirs from the Collection Gallery Talk
Saturday October 4, 2014
12:00 PM until 12:45 PM

In the 1800s Americans became increasingly interested in collecting souvenirs that physically connected them to important places, people and events in the emerging national story. Fragments of a cherished quilt, gavels made from wood from famous trees, or bits stone collected on tourists journeys all tell us something about their collectors and what places and events they deemed historic. Explore this unique and timeless exhibition with Hilary Anderson Stelling, curator of the show. Free.


Prized Relics Gallery Talk
Location: Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library (National Heritage Museum) 33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA

When: Oct 4, 2014 12 PM to Oct 4, 2014 12:45:00 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sat, 04 Oct 2014 12 )
Quick Trip to Saugus Iron Works
Thursday October 9, 2014
9:00 AM until 1:00 PM

Join the Lexington Historical Society on a Quick Trip to visit the Saugus Iron Works. Explore the birthplace of the American iron and steel industry. Also visit an historic 17th century home. $20/Society members; $25/nonmembers.


http://www.lexingtonhistory.org
Location: Lexington Depot Building

When: Oct 9, 2014 9 AM to Oct 9, 2014 1 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Thu, 09 Oct 2014 09 )
East Village Fair
Saturday October 18, 2014
10:00 AM until 3:00 PM

This annual family event opens its doors again for its 175th season! Lots of games and activities for children of all ages, home-baked and grilled food for everyone, hand-crafted crafts and jewelry, pumpkins, apples, and the very popular large flea market and used book sale. Always a joint celebration by several East Village and Lexington organizations. Annual participants include Follen Church, Wilson Farms, the Waldorf School, the East Lexington Association, and the Lexington Historical Society. Located on the joint grounds of Follen Church (755 Mass. Ave.), the Waldorf School, and the Stone Building. Free and open to the public.


http://www.follen.org

When: Oct 18, 2014 10 AM to Oct 18, 2014 3 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sat, 18 Oct 2014 10 )
Fife & Drum Open House
Monday October 27, 2014
7:00 PM until 8:00 PM

Fife & Drum Corps Open House for New Members
Do you like music? History? Parades? Uniforms? Are you between the ages of 8 and 18? Join the William Diamond Junior Fife and Drum Corps! No experience is necessary; weekly lessons are provided. Learn to play the fife or drum and to march in parades, ceremonies, and historical events. Have fun with other young people with this truly unique experience.
Come to a New Member Open House to find out more. The Open House will be held on:
Monday, October 27 7:00 p.m. -- First Baptist Church, 1580 Massachusetts Avenue. Please park on the street or in the municipal lot behind Cary Hall.
Annually, the William Diamond Juniors perform in spectacular venues near and far. Recent highlights include performances in Walt Disney World, Switzerland, the 250th New York City St. Patricks Day Parade, Colonial Williamsburg, and Old Sturbridge Village. In 2015, theyll perform in England.
For more information please contact Tanya Morrisett, tmorrisett@gmail.com or 781-862-1907 or visit our website williamdiamondjrs.org or Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/williamdiamondfifedrum.
Be a part of tradition!


http://www.williamdiamondjrs.org
Location: First Baptist Church of Lexington

When: Oct 27, 2014 7 PM to Oct 27, 2014 8 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Mon, 27 Oct 2014 19 )
Chili Cook-Off at Cotting

Celebrity Judges: Chef Dante de Magistris of Il Casale, Lexington and Rep. Jay Kaufman.

Featuring:

  • Live country music by Blue Heartache
  • Delicious chili from local groups and restaurants: iCaterBoston, Big Green Egg, Future Chefs, Red Lentil,
    Whole Foods Woburn, Wilson Farm, Lexington Firefighters, Compass School, Team Cotting
  • Locally brewed craft beer
  • Scrumptious cornbread and other goodies
  • Raffle and silent auction items
  • Student-made pottery bowls for sale

Visit our website for details: www.cotting.org/ChiliCookOff

How much are tickets on the day of the event?

$30 Adult
$15 Child 12 and under
$40 with student-made pottery bowl



When: Oct 5, 2014 1 PM to Oct 5, 2014 3 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sun, 05 Oct 2014 13 )
Danger and Survival in the European Hell of World War II

Longtime Lexington resident Pedro Lilienfeld will recount his familys background and their harrowing personal experiences against the backdrop of the historical events that affected them immediately following the breakout of World War II. Starting with Hitlers seizure of power in 1933, and the subsequent events that took place, the Lilienfeld family was in mortal danger and on the run from Germany to Spain, from Spain to France, and from France back to Spain, until finding a haven in South America in 1942. From repeated unsuccessful attempts to gain admission to the United States, to mortal danger following the Nazi German occupation of a French town, this evenings true story of hope and survival despite the vicissitudes in the European hell of World War II is not to be missed.

Pedro Lilienfeld was born in Madrid, Spain in 1934 of German-Jewish parents who had emigrated from Germany shortly after Hitlers accession to power. He has resided in Lexington, MA since 1967. Lilienfeld worked professionally as an aerosol physicist and atmospheric scientist. Presently he teaches a course on introductory astronomy within the Lexington Community Education program.



When: Oct 2, 2014 7 PM in Lexington, Massachusetts (Thu, 02 Oct 2014 19 )
Someone Stole My DIAMOND Bracelet!! A Community Series at Youville Place
Thursday October 16, 2014
6:00 PM until 7:00 PM

A personal story with a universal message,Someone Stole My DIAMOND Bracelet!!is a truly unique presentation by Mal Allard, Director of The Courtyard at Youville Place. It is Mal's account of her own experiences with her beloved, late mother-in-law, who journeyed with dementia. In telling her story, Mal suggests how we can accompany our loved ones in their dementia journey by accepting both the confusion and the humor of their situation. As always, this talk will include a special appearance of the diamond bracelet featured in the title, which Mal keeps in honor of her mother-in-law.


Space is limited. Click here to RSVP!
Location: Youville Place Assisted Living, 10 Pelham Rd

When: Oct 16, 2014 6 PM to Oct 16, 2014 7 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Thu, 16 Oct 2014 18 )
Boston - Senior


When: Sep 30, 2014 7 PM in Lexington, Massachusetts (Tue, 30 Sep 2014 19 )
Fall Soup & Wine Pairing
Free fall wine tasting, Friday October 17th from 4-7pm at Busa Lexington.Sample delicious fall soups made by Artistry on the Green paired with fall wines from Busa Wine & Spirits.[...]

781-862-1400

When: Oct 17, 2014 4 PM in Lexington, Massachusetts
Cost: FREE (Fri, 17 Oct 2014 16 )
Wine & Food Dinner
Our friends from Antinori Wines will be conducting a tasting of Antinoris Tormaresca Estate Wines from the Puglia region of Italy paired with delicious creations from John Saia, Busa Wine & Spirits Manager. Each wine will be matched with a course of homemade Italian cuisine.Tickets are [...]

781-862-1400

When: Oct 22, 2014 7 PM in Lexington, Massachusetts
Cost: $20.00 (Wed, 22 Oct 2014 19 )
Estate Planning Seminar - Cary Memorial Library Foundation
Sunday October 26, 2014
3:00 PM until 4:30 PM

Free Estate Planning SeminarBack by Popular Demand!

Hear a panel of experts help their client, Jonas Clarke XIV, prepare a will and other documents to protect his estate and provide for his heirs. His situation looks remarkably like yours!
At Estate Planning Basics: A Different Focus, youll learn about choosing an executor/personal representative, whats included in an estate and why that matters, minimizing estate taxes, and more. Bring your questionsMr. Clarke wont mind!
Moderator: Mary Hastings, Managing DirectorInvestments, Certified Financial Planner, AAMS, CRPC
Panelists:
Attorney Patrick McAvoy, LL.M (Taxation)
Michael Minchello, Certified Public Accountant
Rand Spero, MBA, Certified Financial Planner
Attorney Jane Trudeau, LL.M. (Taxation)
William Yates, Trust Officer.
Mark your calendar for October 26, 2014, 3:00 4:30 p.m., Cary Memorial Library, Large Meeting Room, 1874 Mass Ave, Lexington. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Planned Giving Committee of the Cary Memorial Library Foundation. Reservations for this popular event are highly recommended: 781-862-6288, extension 324, or cmlfoundation@carylibrary.org .


Location: Cary Memorial Library 1874 Massachusetts Ave

When: Oct 26, 2014 3 PM to Oct 26, 2014 4 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sun, 26 Oct 2014 15 )
Citizens for Lexington Conservation: Paint Mine and Hennessey Field Walk
Saturday October 18, 2014
10:00 AM until 11:30 AM

We will check out the field, forest and meadow areas of these North Lexington conservation properties. Frost is likely to have come before this mid-fall walk, and we can discover how our natural environment is preparing for winter. Sneakers are fine for this walk as damp areas have boardwalks. The walk is not strenuous though there are some hills.
Inclement weather will cancel the walk. Meet at the Estabrook Elementary School parking lot.
Maps of conservation lands can be found at http://www.lexingtonma.gov/conservation/conland.cfm



When: Oct 18, 2014 10 AM to Oct 18, 2014 11 AMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sat, 18 Oct 2014 10 )
Supporting Your Loved One at Home: A Community Series at Youville Place
Wednesday October 1, 2014
3:00 PM until 4:00 PM

Whenever possible, the role of an Alzheimer's caregiver should be to maintain positive emotions in the individual affected by Alzheimer's. This should be done by emphasizing the individual's strengths and abilities, rather than dwelling on abilities that have been lost. Known as the "habilitation" model of care, this approach can be used to great effect by those caring for their loved ones at home. This presentation will focus on important issues facing the home caregiver. Topics include making adaptations to the home environment, safety considerations, and taking advantage of community resources.


Space is limited. Click here to RSVP!
Location: Youville Place Assisted Living, 10 Pelham Rd

When: Oct 1, 2014 3 PM to Oct 1, 2014 4 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Wed, 01 Oct 2014 15 )
stella & dot Stylist Opportunity event and local meeting

JOIN US at Aloft Hotel Bar/Lobby on Monday October 6th!!

Come see what all the buzz is about! There isn't a better way to start the FALL season than a new opportunity with STELLA & DOT!! As featured in the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, this hyper growth company is enabling a new kind of success for busy women with a professional, flexible, profitable home based business. Plus the women are amazing and the corporate culture very positive!! Come along, bring an interested friend or two, and learn about starting your own part or full time career as a Stella & Dot Stylist at this fun, informal Opportunity Event.

Please RSVP to Melissa Spiers, Director, at MSpiers1@gmail.com so we can bring a sparkly surprise gift for you! If you can't make it but would still like to learn more, call me at 781-640-4818 or shoot me an e-mail!

6:30-7:00 Opportunity Event

7-8:30 (or later if you wish!!) Meeting/Social

Snacks provided

Cash Bar (Except for the flash incentive winner this week who gets a drink and toast on us!)



When: Oct 6, 2014 6 PM to Oct 6, 2014 9 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Mon, 06 Oct 2014 18 )
In Good Company presents Hail to the Chief
Presidential Campaign Songs that Changed America It's a mid-term election year and a professor at a local college is teaching his class about presidential election campaigns. A group of people bursts in singing and challenges the professor not to tell his students about presidential campaigns, but to sing the campaign songs that roused a nation. A heated argument ensues resulting in a sing-off between the two groups, judged by the audience. In the end, it doesn't really matter who wins. Both sides agree that whether you ride the donkey or the elephant, "it's the same old merry go round." Before radio, TV and the internet, songs were the most effective way for candidates to spread their message. The show includes a colorful assortment of songs from Washington to JFK, ranging from those set to traditional melodies to those by Irving Berlin. Hail to the Chief is more than a history lesson it's a refreshing antidote to today's negative campaigns.



When: Nov 9, 2014 3 PM to Nov 9, 2014 4 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts
Cost: 5 - 20 USD (Sun, 09 Nov 2014 15 )
The Trio of Poets: Album Release

In Spring 2014, Lexington's own Regie Gibson, Jena Kirkpatrick (Austin, TX) and Tim Mason (Utah and Cambridge, MA) known as The Trio of Poets, recorded their debut album in front of a live audience in Lexington, MA. The Trio is now set to release that album this October. Heres what people are saying in advance of the release:

We were among the very fortunate to hear the Trio of Poets. All we could give back to them at the end was a standing ovation. Whether you never 'got' poetry or you'd never leave home without a poem in your back pocket, hear this group! These poets will take you to the stars, keep your feet tapping and burst your heart and mind wide open with unforgettable imagery."

The Trio will be joined by drummer and percussionist Matt Steinberg and bassist Alison Keslow. Come and be a part of the live performance and celebration!



When: Oct 18, 2014 7 PM in Lexington, Massachusetts (Sat, 18 Oct 2014 19 )
Trinity Gratitude Gatherings - Lexington

So many of us have so much for which to be grateful. In this harvest season, join Trinity friends old and new for a potluck feast as we reflect and celebrate God's bountiful grace together. Brought to you by the Stewardship Committee.

FAQs

When will I learn the exact location of the gathering?

Once you have registered for the event, your confirmation information will include the host's address. Follow-up reminders will include parking/transportation options. If you have any questions about the location of a gathering prior to registration, contact Kelsey Rice Bogdan at 617-536-0944, x 306 or kbogdan@trinitychurchboston.org.

What can I bring to the gathering?

We ask that guests at this gathering bring a dish to share. This could be an entree, side dish, drink or dessert. On your registration form, please indicate the item you intend to bring.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please contact Kelsey Rice Bogdan, Director of Stewardship, at 617-536-0944, x306 or kbogdan@trinitychurchboston.org with any questions.



When: Nov 7, 2014 7 PM to Nov 7, 2014 9 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Fri, 07 Nov 2014 19 )
Oktoberfest Dinner with Allagash Brewing Company
When: Oct 22, 2014 6 PM in Lexington, Massachusetts (Wed, 22 Oct 2014 18 )
American Red Cross Blood Drive
When: Oct 22, 2014 2 PM in Lexington, Massachusetts (Wed, 22 Oct 2014 14 )
5th Annual Hastings Harvest 5K Run/Walk
Sunday October 5, 2014
9:30 AM until 1:00 PM

5th Annual Hastings Harvest 5K Run/Walk
Sunday, October 5, 2014

On Sunday, October 5th, runners, families, friends and those from the Lexington community and beyond are invited to come participate in the 5th Annual Hastings Harvest 5K Run/walk. This sanctioned event will be chip-timed and offer a challenging course for the elite and novice runner. Taking off from the Hayden lower field on Worthen Road, both runners and walkers will enjoy at scenic run through the local community and ending back at the field for a post-race celebration with great food, fun music and kids fun. If youre not 5K ready, dont worry, join the group and walk our 1.5 mile loop. Grab your friends, challenge your coworkers and encourage your kids to Get Up and Get Moving! Last year, our runner participation far exceeded our original expectations with more than 330 runners registered and more than 400 people in attendance. Be a part of the Maria Hastings Elementary schools ongoing commitment to keeping health and fitness in the forefront for their students and staff. All proceeds benefit the Maria Hastings Elementary School.

Registration: 9:30-10:30 am
5K: 11:10am 1.5 M steps off after 5K
Adults $20.00 before 9/30 and $25.00 race day. T-shirts for the first 200 registered runners.
Kids: $20.00 All pre-registered kids will receive a t-shirt and team bandana.
Under 10 must be accompanied by an adult for 5K and adult must fill out a waiver.
For more information or to Register Online go to:http://www.hastingsharvestrun.com or http://www.racewiwire.com youll find us listed in the Events section.
Any questions or interested in becoming a sponsor email Ayla or Melissa at hastingsharvest@gmail.com


http://www.hastingsharvestrun.com
Location: Hayden Lower Field

When: Oct 5, 2014 9 AM to Oct 5, 2014 1 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sun, 05 Oct 2014 09 )
Cartographic Encounters: Native Americans in the Exploration and Mapping of North America
Saturday October 4, 2014
2:00 PM until 3:00 PM

John Rennie Short, Professor of Public Policy at the University of Maryland, will present the lecture Cartographic Encounters: Native Americans in the Exploration and Mapping of North America, Saturday, October 4 at 2 pm, at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library. In his talk, Professor Short outlines the role of indigenous people in the exploration and mapping of North America. Drawing on diaries and official reports, he demonstrates how Native American guides, informants, and mapmakers were essential to European and American exploration and mapping in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This program is part of a series related to the Museum and Librarys collection of historic maps. It is free thanks to the generous sponsorship of the Ruby W. and LaVon P. Linn Foundation.

Professor of Public Policy at the University of Maryland, John Rennie Short is an expert on urban issues, environmental concerns, globalization, political geography and the history of cartography. He has studied cities around the world, and has ectured globally. He is the author of more than 30 books and numerous articles, many of which have been translated into Czech, Korean, and Chinese. He received his M.A. from the University of Aberdeen, UK in 1973 and his Ph.D. from the University of Bristol, UK in 1977. He was born in Stirling, Scotland.



Cartographic Encounters: Native Americans in the
Location: Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library (National Heritage Museum) 33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA

When: Oct 4, 2014 2 PM to Oct 4, 2014 3 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sat, 04 Oct 2014 14 )
Authentication on the Internet - Session 1

Lincoln Laboratory Community Outreach presents


Science on Saturday

Authentication on the Internet

October 18, 2014

9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Presenter: Dr. William Streilein, Lincoln Laboratory

Lincoln Laboratory Auditorium


Have you ever wondered how your computer knows it's you? Or how the ATM knows to only give you your money and not someone else's? Authentication is the process computers use to verify the identity of users at home and on the internet. In this event, students will participate in hands-on activities to learn about the basic methods of authentication which use what you know, what you have and what you are.


MIT Lincoln Laboratory Security

Every person attending this event must be registered (adults and children). All children must be escorted by a parent or adult. Every adult must be escorted by a child/children in order to attend. All children 12 and under must have a parent/adult escort when leaving the Auditorium during the demonstration.

Registered adults must bring a government form of photo identification. Educators are welcome without children but will be asked to provide the name of the accredited school where they teach.

MIT Lincoln Laboratory employs various security procedures to protect its personnel and its physical and intellectual assets. These procedures require all visitors to provide government-issued identification.
Electronic devices such as laptops, cell phones, 2-way pagers, PDAs, 2-way radios, cameras, and recording devices are not authorized inside the Laboratory. Event attendees (including Lincoln Laboratory personnel) should leave electronic devices in their vehicle.

Notice Regarding Consent to be Photographed

Registration for this event implies consent to photography and/or video recording and their release, publication, or reproduction to be used for news, promotional purposes, and inclusion on web sites. You release MIT Lincoln Laboratory from any liability connected with the publication of interviews, photographs, computer images, and video recordings.



When: Oct 18, 2014 9 AM to Oct 18, 2014 10 AMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sat, 18 Oct 2014 09 )
If These Walls Could Speak
Sunday October 19, 2014
3:00 PM until 4:00 PM

If These Walls Could Speak

Join Park Ranger Polly Kienle and trace how Jacob Whittemore's family grew and changed, using original documents and their former home. The program is held at the park's only "witness house" in Lexington, which has undergone an unusual renovation you won't want to miss. What you find may surprise you! 45 minutes. FREE

Meet at Minute Man Visitor Center (then walk to Whittemore House)
Sunday, October 19
3:00 p.m.


If These Walls Could Speak, Minute Man NHP
Location: Minute Man National Historical Park

When: Oct 19, 2014 3 PM to Oct 19, 2014 4 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sun, 19 Oct 2014 15 )
Citizens for Lexington Conservation: Walk ACROSS Lexington Route C
Sunday October 19, 2014
1:30 PM until 3:30 PM

Join us to explore Route C, the most recent addition to Lexingtons ACROSS (Accessing Conservation land, Recreation areas, Open space, Schools and Streets) trail system. The walk will take us through a part of Arlington Great Meadow, where we will hope to see colorful foliage, and around LexFarm and part of the Arlington Reservoir.
Meet at the Waldorf School parking lot at 739 Mass Avenue. Heavy steady rain will cancel the event.



When: Oct 19, 2014 1 PM to Oct 19, 2014 3 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Sun, 19 Oct 2014 13 )
Certified Software Quality Engineer (CSQE) Preparation Course

COURSE LOGISTICS

Instructor:Jim Turner

Duration:The course starts 30 Sep 2014 for eight successive Tuesdays from 6pm-9pm


OVERVIEW

This course will prepare the participant for the ASQ Certified Software Quality Engineer examination. The course, which covers the entire Body of Knowledge, is designed to be interactive. Each week, the content will include short quizzes, analysis of sample questions, review of previous material, and opportunities for Q&A.

COURSE GOALS

  1. Complete high-level review of Software Quality Engineer Body of Knowledge (BOK)
  2. Use BOK to solve sample examination questions.

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

ASQ Boston reserves the right to cancel the course if there are fewer than six registrants. If the registration exceeds twenty, ASQ Boston may add a second section to the course.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • General knowledge, study, and test taking tips
    • Quality principles
    • Ethical and legal compliance
    • Standards and models
    • Leadership and team skills
  • Software quality management
    • Quality management system
    • Methodologies
    • Audits
  • Software engineering processes
    • Life cycles and process models
    • Systems architecture
    • Requirements engineering
    • Requirements analysis
    • Software analysis
    • Design and development
  • Program and project management
    • Planning, scheduling and deployment
    • Tracking and controlling
    • Risk management
  • Software metrics, measurement, and analytical methods
  • Software verification and validation
    • Theory
    • Test planning and design
    • Review and inspections
    • Documentation
  • Configuration management, part 1
    • Configuration infrastructure
    • Configuration control
    • Status accounting
  • Configuration management, part 2
    • Configuration audits
    • Product release and distribution,
    • Customer deliverables
    • Supplier management
    • General Review

SUPPLIED HANDBOOK

Linda Westfall, The Certified Software Quality Engineer Handbook


course offerings

To view the current course schedule and to register for another course, please click on the following link:http://www.asqboston.org/education/



When: Sep 30, 2014 6 PM to Sep 30, 2014 9 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts
Cost: 555.00 true Member 555.00

640.00 true Non-Member 640.00

(Tue, 30 Sep 2014 18 )
AUDITIONS: The Master Singers of Lexington
Tuesday September 30, 2014
7:00 AM until 9:00 AM

Join this highly acclaimed 30 voice chorus for the 2014 - 2015 season, which includes newly commissioned pieces by a six local composers, as well as works by Bach, Barber, Debussy, Mendelssohn, Pinkham, Pachelbel and others. Our annual Pops concert features works by Berlin, Herman, Loesser, Porter, P.D.Q. Bach, and more. Concerts will be performed with chamber orchestra, guest artists, piano, or a cappella. Soloists are typically drawn from the membership. Auditions for interested singers (soprano, alto, tenor and bass) will include vocalizing, performing a prepared piece, and sight-reading. Auditions will be held at First Parish UU Church, 7 Harrington Road, Lexington, on the Battle Green, beginning on September 2. For an appointment, email msingers@themastersingers.org or call Sue at (781) 863-8245 before 10 pm. For more information, please visit www.themastersingers.org.


http:www.themastersingers.org
Location: First Parish In Lexington

When: Sep 30, 2014 7 AM to Sep 30, 2014 9 AMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Tue, 30 Sep 2014 07 )
Citizens for Lexington Conservation: Pond Exploration at Parker Meadow
Thursday October 16, 2014
2:00 PM until 3:00 PM

This walk is geared for children in grades K 5 accompanied by an adult. Join Fran Ludwig for a prowl around Parker Meadow to look for bugs, tadpoles, frogs, snails, and fish. Well dip a net into the water to see what kinds of critters are wriggling around below the surface.

Bring rain boots if you have them and be prepared to get dirty. If you have a small bug box or magnifier, bring it along. Rain or lightning will cancel the event.

Meet at the Revere St. entrance to Parker Meadow. Limited parking is there; additional parking is available on neighborhood streets across Revere St.

Maps of conservation lands can be found at http://www.lexingtonma.gov/conservation/conland.cfm



When: Oct 16, 2014 2 PM to Oct 16, 2014 3 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts (Thu, 16 Oct 2014 14 )
Kerri Powers in Concert
Kerri Powers will be performing her broad musical styles at Temple Isaiah, Lexington on Saturday December 6, doors open at 7 PM, performance at 8 PM. Read what other people have said about her music and at the end of this description you will find a link to her music. "Her song's landscapes evoke the similar worlds of artists like Bruce Springsteen or Gillian Welch. And like them, her language alternates between the poetic and blue collar." John Dworkin/BLURT - See more at: http://www.kerripowers.com/bio/#sthash.xSqgFWkt.dpuf Powers has appeared at many prestigious venues and folk festivals including The Boston Folk Festival, Philadelphia Folk Festival, and Telluride Bluegrass Festival. She has toured throughout the United States as well as overseas making appearances in The Netherlands, Belgium, and The UK with Canadian songwriter, Fred Eaglesmith. - See more at: http://www.kerripowers.com/bio/#sthash.Rxtdcg2O.dpuf (Excerpt of "Kerri Powers" CD review by Chip McCabe) "Powers is the exact definition of Americana. Her music spans the wide pantheon of almost every style of music that is distinctly American. Country, blues, roots rock, it's all there for the giving and the taking. The album opens with the track "Old Shirt" which has a distinctive Wilco/Son Volt vibe when both bands are doing their best to channel Neil Young. It's immediately followed by the slide-guitar wielding excellence of "Buttercup" where Powers is suddenly transformed into the bastard child of Lightnin' Hopkins. This track is immediately followed by "Train In The Night", which is a heart-string-tugging acoustic ballad. And so it goes for Powers as she deftly dances back and forth through a truly dizzying array styles. Never once does she sound out of place though, and never once do you question her song choices. She's got a lot to say and a dozen ways to say them. Whether she's feeling soft and quiet or rambunctious and gritty, Kerri Powers speaks with a voice that simply must be heard." - See more at: http://www.kerripowers.com/pressreviews/#sthash.Go3qAZEJ.dpuf Hear Kerri's music at http://www.kerripowers.com/sound_clips



When: Dec 6, 2014 7 PM to Dec 6, 2014 11 PMin Lexington, Massachusetts
Cost: 15 - 25 USD (Sat, 06 Dec 2014 19 )
Lego Animation, Gr 1+, Lexington Studio
Bring Legos to life! Students to the principles of stop-motion animation, story-telling, and camera work while they work in pairs to make a movie. We provide all the equipment, props and expertise, so students just need to bring their imagination and creativity. Final movie files will be available to download so students can share with family and friends. Nonviolence policy enforced.

When: Oct 5, 2014 11:15:00 AM to Oct 6, 2014 12:15:00 AMin Lexington, Massachusetts
Cost: September 28 @ 11:15 am - 12:15 pm | $160; FREE for Empow After-School Club Members (Sun, 05 Oct 2014 11:15:00 )

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