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Friday, February 14, 2003

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Guitarist at Walden Grille

Starting on Wednesday, February 19, acoustic guitarist and vocalist Bruce Marshall, will appear at the Walden Grille, 24 Walden Street in Concord from 9 p.m. until midnight. He will also perform March 5 and 19 and every other Wednesday thereafter.

The shows are free and feature Bruce performing music from his three CDs and a veritable "stew" of musical styles from rock, R&B, country blues and southern boogie.

Enjoy dinner at the Grille and then stay for music in the alcove of the legendary bar in beautiful Concord Center. The Grille is wheelchair accessible.

For more information, call the restaurant at 1-978-371-2233 or the Bruce Marshall hotline at 1-978-371-0415.

GBYSO's top orchestras to perform

Young musicians from more than 87 New England towns will come together as two orchestras to perform at Symphony Hall on March 2 at 7:30 p.m.

The Greater Boston Youth Symphony Repertory Orchestra, conducted by Joel Bard, will perform Saint-Saëns' "Bacchanale" from Samson et Dalila. The Senior Orchestra, under the direction of Federico Cortese, will follow with Strauss' Tod und Verklärung, Britten's Sinfonia da Requiem and "Suite No. 2" from Ravel's Daphnis et Chloé.

Tickets to GBYSO's concert on March 2 at 7:30 p.m. are $18 and $12 ($15 and $10 for students and seniors) and are available through Symphony Charge at 1-617-266-1200. Group rates are available by contacting Jessica Tanner, director of marketing and public relations, at 1-617-353-3359 or jtanner@bu.edu.

Hip Replacements to perform benefit

Members of the band include (left to right) Nik Langrind, David Hart, Don Ryder, Bob Clarke and Josh Klein. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)
Come hear the lively sounds of the Hip Replacements, Carlisle's own three- car-garage band on March 1 at 9:00p.m. at the Sit'n'Bull restaurant, 163 Main Street, Maynard. Musicians Josh Klein, Nik Langrind, Don "Riff Master" Ryder, Bob Clarke and David Hart will enliven the evening and chase the blues away. All proceeds will be generously donated to the CEF/CSA Auction Fund. In addition, the Hip Replacements will be available to bid on during the CEF/CSA Auction on March 15. Hear them play and put in a silent bid for the coolest tunes in town.

Jazz Concert March 1

The Steve Hunt Jazz Quartet will give a concert at the Parish Center for the Arts in Westford on Saturday March 1 at 8p.m. Steve Hunt, Piano; Bill Vint, Sax; Lucas Pickford, Bass; and Take Toriyama, Drums will play contemporary acoustic jazz including many originals and compositions by Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, T. Monk, and McCoy Tyner. Cabaret seating. Tables of 4-6. Reserve a table of six for the price of five. BYOB. Admission: General public $15, members of the Parish Center for the Arts $12; teens $5. Reservations recommended. Call 1-978-692-6333 or e-mail PCA@Westford.com. The Parish Center for the Arts, Inc. is located at 10 Lincoln Street.

A show to touch your heart and your palate

The Concord Players present the family comedy "Over the River and Through the Woods" by Joe DiPietro, directed by Jean Reinhard, on February 14, 15, 21, 22, 23 (matinee), 28 and March 1. Curtain time is 8 p.m. evenings and 2:30 p.m. for the matinee. Tickets are $14, and $12 (matinee.) The address is 51 Walden Street, Concord. For tickets, call 1-978-369-299, or buy in person at the Harness Shop in Concord, or at the door. For information, visit the web site www.concordplayers.org.

This is a play to touch the heart, as well as the palate. Italian cooking figures throughout, so tucked in the program will be a savory recipe by Serafina, one of Concord's best Italian restaurants. Watch for an extra one in the lobby. Featured in the cast are Phil Maiewski as Nick Cristano, Dick Levinson and Lillian Anderson as Frank and Aida Gianelli, Bob Asher and Sheryl Peters as Nunzio and Emma Cristano, and Kerry Clarke as Caitlin O'Hare. The show is produced by Corinne Kinsman and Jiffy Read of Carlisle.

Drumlin Farm February Vacation Week Programs

Activities for Sanctuary Visitors

Join our teachers/ naturalists in a variety of activities and informal demonstrations that highlight the farm and native wildlife in winter. Activities are scheduled between 10 a.m. and 3 pm each day and are free with general sanctuary admission. Each day's theme is listed below:

Monday, Feb 17: Farm Products work with wool and other farm treats

Tuesday, Feb 18: Animals in Winter learn about the special ways animals cope with the cold

Wednesday, Feb 19: Birds of Prey visit with hawks and owls

Thursday, Feb 20: Animal Tracks & Signs search for animals living on our sanctuary

Friday, Feb 21: Plants in Winter discover how plants have adapted to survive in winter

Vacation week registration programs

Join our teacher/ naturalists for pre-registered programs. Please look online at www.massaudubon.org for a registration form and additional programs. These programs are available for students up to grade 9. Please note: registering for a combination of morning and afternoon programs on the same day does not result in a full-day program. There is no staffing from 11:30 12:30, except for scheduled full-day programs. Please dress for the weather: wool socks, snow boots, coats, hats and mittens! All programs meet at the Education Building.


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