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 catch a show at the Stoneham Theatre or Quannapowitt Players, see Shonda Schilling(a NY Times best selling author and wife of retired Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling) talk about understanding disabilities, or get a mammogram that seems more like a relaxing day at the spa. You can also head to Saint Athanasius Church to shed some light on the job hunting experience.
- —, 4:00pm–6:00pm.
Wear a funny hat to the annual dinner with the Coolidge Middle School Peer leaders, and you will be eligible to win a prize.
- —, 7:00pm.
- —, (395 Main St, Stoneham), 7:30pm.
The Theatre will host Cellar Door Stage as they perform ‘Songs of Innocence and Experience: A Benefit Concert.'
- —, 7:00pm–8:30pm.
Come see Shonda Schilling, NY Times best selling author and wife of retired Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling. Share the painful and joyous story of her son Grant's struggle with autism.
- —, 9:00am–10:00am.
Get in shape with a total body workout with aerobics, weight training, and stretching.
- — (Berger Room), 7:00pm.
- —, (300 Haverhill St.), 7:00pm–9:00pm.
See a guest speaker discuss various aspects of job hunting and coping with transition.
- —, (343 Main St.), 7:00pm–8:30pm.
David Termine will share knowledge on how high quality, organic, whole food vitamins can be used to be used to address health issues.
- —, (79 Central St, Stoneham), 10:00am–2:00pm.
Join the Stoneham Garden Club and its annual plant sale.
- —Hallmark Health Medical Center (30 New Crossing Rd.), 5:30pm–8:30pm.
Come to this relaxed, spa-like atmosphere and make your screening mammogram a pleasant experience and fun night out.
- —, (Selectmen's Meeting Room), 7:00pm.
- —, 10:30am–11:30am.
Senator Clark or a member of her staff will be available to meet with constituents in the district.
- —, 10:15am–10:45am.
Dance, clap, sing and join in the fun with guest artist, Peter Sheridan.
- —uannpowitt Players, (55 Hopkins St, Reading), 8:00pm.
Reading's own black box theater will stage Arthur Miller’s Tony Award-winning play All My Sons.