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  • The Walpole Footlighters

    The Walpole Footlighters is one of the oldest volunteer community theatres in Massachusetts. We offer great shows at great prices!...

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  • Barre Players Theater

    Barre Players Theater is a non-profit theater organization based in the community of Barre, Massachusetts. Our season consists of 4 plays including a Holiday Special. The season runs from September to June, with Youth Theater programs in the summer...

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  • The Center For Arts In Natick

    As the center for performing and visual arts in Boston's Metrowest region, The Center for Arts in Natick is a non-profit organization dedicated to community development by providing opportunities for people to build and strengthen relationships through participation in the a...

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  • Jackson Homestead and Museum

    Mission:The mission of Historic Newton is to encourage inquiry about and exploration of Newton within the broad context of American history. To accomplish this mission, we maintain historic properties that interpret Newton's past and present. We collect, preserve, interpret ...

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  • Connecticut Eastern Railroad Museum

    The Connecticut Eastern Railroad Museum is located off Bridge Street in downtown Willimantic, Connecticut, on the original site of the Columbia Junction Freight Yard. Our collection includes locomotives and rolling stock, as well as vintage railroad buildings and a six-stall...

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  • Windham Arts

    The Windham Area Arts Collaborative, Inc. is comprised of member arts organizations and several individual artists who have come together to foster and promote the arts and cultural life of the Windham region. Our goal is to maintain a multicultural, multidisciplinary, and ...

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  • Quincy ArtsAlive

    Quincy ArtsAlive! is an arts and cultural collaborative comprised of public and non-profit organizations including Discover Quincy, Adams National Historical Park, Quincy Art Association, Quincy Historical Society, Quincy2000 and the City of Quincy. Funded in pa...

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  • Prudence Crandall Museum

    The Museum, located at the Junction of State Scenic Routes 14 & 169 in Canterbury, Connecticut includes three period rooms, changing exhibits on a variety of themes, a small research library available by appointment for in-house study, and a museum gift shop. The museum'...

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  • Maynard Community Band

    The origin of the Maynard Community Band dates back to the late 1800s around the time of the founding of the town of Maynard. When the town of Maynard held its inaugural parade, the Eagle Cornet Band of Iola Lodge and the Amateur Brass Bands played in the parade. In 187...

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  • Arts & Framing

    "Every customer who walks in the door has a story to tell...” says Sheri Sochor, owner of Arts & Framing, located at 112 Main Street. “That’s what I enjoy most about being here.” Although Putnam is known for its antiques, there are many other bus...

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  • The Bradley Playhouse

    About Us: The Bradley Playhouse is an over 100 year-old Vaudeville Theatre in the heart of the Putnam Antiques District in the Quiet Corner of Northeastern Connecticut. Since 1991, the Theatre has been operated by the volunteers of The Theatre of Northeastern Connecticut, I...

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  • Worcester Art Museum

    About Us: Considered a "classic American museum," the Worcester Art Museum has built a 35,000-piece collection that spans over fifty centuries. The Museum was founded in 1896 by Stephen Salisbury III and 50 prominent citizens of Worcester and opened to the public in 1898. ...

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  • Belmont Gallery Of Art

    The Belmont Cultural Council recognizes that an essential benefit of the arts is to strengthen community and broaden horizons. We are establishing a permanent Gallery in the renovated Town Hall Annex which will be welcoming to all. The town Gallery will showcase and encourag...

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  • Berenberg Gallery

    About Us: The Berenberg Gallery (est. 1999) brings to Boston the dynamic creations of contemporary folk and self-taught artists. Working outside and often unaware of the conventions of the mainstream art world, these artists produce rich, highly personal images that reflec...

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  • Higgins Armory Museum

    History:John Woodman Higgins was a prominent industrialist in Worcester, Massachusetts who owned the Worcester Pressed Steel Company. Throughout the 1920's Higgins collected arms, armor and other steel. These items where stored in his home until Higgins incorporated his...

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  • Crystal Fine Art Gallery And Studio

    Crystal Fine Art is a multicultural art gallery and studio exhibiting local, international, emerging and professional contemporary artists. Our hope is to effect social change through the colorful artistry of our diverse community. We intend to address the need for a return ...

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  • Hamill Gallery of Tribal Art

    The Gallery at 2164 Washington St. is open Thurs.-Sat 12-6 and Sun. 12-5. There is an entrance on Washington St. as well as a free parking lot (enclosed) and entrance in the back off Eustis St. Maps and directions can be found on their own web page. We are a few blocks west ...

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  • New England Center For The Contemporary Arts

    New England Center for Contemporary Art's mission is to educate the public with respect to contemporary art and the artists to an area that is not adequately served in this respect. We stimulate, promote and develop interest in contemporary arts, including but not limited to...

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  • Museum of Fine Arts

    The Museum of Fine Arts houses and preserves preeminent collections and aspires to serve a wide variety of people through direct encounters with works of art. The Museum aims for the highest standards of quality in all its endeavors. It serves as a resource for both those w...

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  • ArtSpace-Maynard

    ArtSpace-Maynard is a nonprofit community art center located at 63 Summer Street in the former 55,000 square foot Fowler Middle School in Maynard MA. In January 2001 ArtSpace Inc. leased the building from the Maynard School Department and transformed it into one of the large...

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  • New Works Winter Festival

    The New Works Winter Festival showcases the work of 20 new short plays from playwrights from around the area and around the country. It also features 20 directors, 30+ techs, and 80+ actors and results in an amazing evening of 20 original short pieces, most of them about 12 ...

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  • Putnam Antiques

    Putnam, CT, perhaps the jewel of New England antique shopping destinations, is best appreciated by walking the quaint downtown. As something of an antique itself, old-fashioned Putnam can not be fully realized by just a driving tour. Beyond its sometimes rough-around-the ed...

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  • The Hunting Homestead

    The Governor Samuel Huntington Trust is dedicated to preserving, restoring and interpreting the birthplace of Samuel Huntington in Scotland, Connecticut. Huntington was a signer of the Declaration of Independence, President of the Continental Congress, President of the Unite...

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  • Hebron Harvest Fair

    From a small district fair that ran for three days in 1971 and drew a few thousand people on the donated grounds on Wall Street in Hebron, a giant has grown. The detailed history of how it happened has been told many times, so let's take a look at what it has become in 33 ye...

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  • Florence Griswold Museum

    Florence Griswold opened her timeworn family home to artists searching for a quite country retreat where they could rejuvenate their spirits and find sources of inspiration. The group was known as the Lyme Art Colony and Miss Florence's boardinghouse became the center of Imp...

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  • Nathan Hale Ancient Fifes and Drums

    The Nathan Hale Ancient Fifes and Drums, Inc. have been officially recognized as the reactivated 19th Connecticut Regiment of Foot - Continental Line. Organized in 1965, the group now is comprised of four units: The Field Music (Better known as The Nathan Hale Ancient Fifes ...

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  • Mystic Ballet

    Mystic Ballet, under Artistic Director - Goran Subotic, is a contemporary ballet company dedicated to the continued evolution of dance by maximizing arts development opportunities and innovations, promoting outstanding creativity and curating works for presentation to a worl...

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  • Mystic Arts Center

    Mission Statement: The mission of the Mystic Arts Center is to foster the creation and to promote the understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of the arts for the broad public. Operate and maintain galleries and studios to support exhibitions and broad based arts educati...

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  • Cutwater Marine Gallery

    I envy not him that eats better meat than I do, nor him that is richer, or wears better clothes than I do, I envy nobody but him only, that catches more fish than I do in the tradition of Winslow Homer, Ogden Pleissner, Stephen Denton and A.L. Ripley, Angler Editions has ass...

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  • Performing Arts Center Of Metrowest

    Mission Statement:The mission of the Performing Arts Center of MetroWest (PAC) is to promote, encourage, and nurture performing arts for the purpose of cultural development and empowering the human spirit.PAC provides high quality education and experience in music, theater, ...

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  • Southwick's Zoo

    The Southwick Story It all started 200 years ago The Southwick homestead dates back over 200 years to 1803. As a working farm with dairy cows, the property continued to expand with peach orchards and vegetable gardens. Justin F. Southwick started collecting fancy poultry as...

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  • North Stonington Agricultural Fair
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  • Courtyard Gallery

    Come explore a unique, intimate gallery in the heart of historic Mystic, Connecticut. The Courtyard Art Gallery is reminiscent of the private gallery studios of Europe, with rich brick walls, inviting, relaxed environments and gallery directors with personal knowledge about ...

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  • Submarine Force Museum

    Submarine Force Museum, located on the Thames River in Groton, Connecticut, maintains the world's finest collection of submarine artifacts. It is the only submarine museum operated by the United States Navy, and as such is the primary repository for artifacts, documents and ...

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  • Ledyard Fair

    A community Event for the young and old of ledyard....

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  • Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts

    About Us: Jorgensen first opened its doors on December 6, 1955, when its inaugural concert featured the Boston Symphony Orchestra with Conductor Charles Munch. It quickly sold out. In a review of Jorgensen’s opening night, The Hartford Courant wrote, “Somethin...

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  • Connecticut Repertory Theatre

    Mission Statement: Connecticut Repertory Theatre is the producing arm of the University of Connecticut's Department of Dramatic Arts. CRT produces under a year-round contract with Actors' Equity Association, and serves as a cultural center for Connecticut and the New England...

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  • Walker-Cunningham Fine Art
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  • Hopkinton Center For The Arts

    Mission: The Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) is a nonprofit 501-3c entity whose mission is to provide an environment where individuals of all ages and abilities have the opportunity to create and present quality visual and performing arts. This broad-based aim to offer ...

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  • Lyme Art Association

    Lyme Art Association is to advance the cause of representational fine arts by owning, maintaining, and preserving an historic building and galleries in Old Lyme, Connecticut, holding art exhibitions, and conducting educational programs for the benefit of the local community ...

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