As another weekend comes and goes, you're once again wondering what's going on in and around the town you call home this upcoming week.
You can find out how to 'go green' with your transportation choices, join a film discussion, learn about what causes allergies at the , or head to a mixer at Artichoke's in Wakefield.
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Head to the Senior Center for some arts and crafts.
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This event is free and perfect for families ages 5+. See a theatrical parody performed by the Traveling Theatre Troupe from Creative Arts.
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Find out how to go 'green' with your transportation choices and be part of the local climate change solution.
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Artichokes is opening the downstairs bar room to mix and mingle.
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Learn about the plants from each part of the season that are known to cause allergies.
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Join together with other film buffs to discuss the film The Ox-Bow Incident, a film that asks the question 'What constitutes justice?'
- – St. Athanasius Parish Activity Center, 300 Haverhill St., 7:30pm–9:00pm.
Fr. Mark O’Connell , Canon Law Expert, sorts fact from fiction regarding the perception and understanding of the marriage annulment process in the Catholic Church.
- – , 11:00am–12:00pm.
Make sure you're in good health by getting your blood pressure checked.
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Join in for some Ultimate Frisbee. All abilities are welcome and no prior experience is needed.
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Reading's own black box theater will stage Arthur Miller’s Tony Award-winning play All My Sons.