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The Town of Bourne also known as the gateway to Cape Cod since the Cape Cod Canal splits the town through the middle and the Bourne Bridge is way over the canal to the Cape.
The town was founded in 1884 and is located in Barnstable County. Bourne is the first town on Cape Cod that has oceanfront on both the north and east sides and provides many recreational activities including golf courses and water parks.
The annual Bourne Scallop Festival is held during the month of September and the celebration attracts visitors from across the nation. Other attractions include the Bourne Scenic Park and the National Marine Life Center.
The plot follows a few days in the life of the successful and self-obsessed light comedy actor Garry Essendine as he prepares to travel for a touring commitment in Africa. Amid a series of events bordering on farce, Garry has to deal with women who want to seduce him, placate both his long-suffering secretary and his estranged wife, cope with a crazed young playwright, and overcome his impending mid-life crisis (since he has recently turned forty). The story was described by Coward as "a series of semi-autobiographical pyrotechnics".
When: Nov 14, 2014 8 PM to Nov 14, 2014 10 PMin Duxbury, Massachusetts Cost: 15 - 20 USD (Fri, 14 Nov 2014 20 )
Our 63rd season is one of Inspiration and Wonder under the baton of Yoichi Udagawa, Music Director and Conductor. The wonder of the holidays come alive as the orchestra and Cape Ann Symphony Chorus (Wendy Betts, Director) combine to make joyous holiday music.
When: Nov 30, 2014 2 PM to Nov 30, 2014 4 PMin Manchester, Massachusetts Cost: $35/Adult, $30/Senior, $20/ages 19-24;, youth 18 and under no charge (Sun, 30 Nov 2014 14 )
Get a taste of the ancient art of glassblowing in this fun one-night course. In one evening, you will learn about the history and process behind creating beautiful blown glass at the New Street Glass Studio. After learning the safety and studio etiquette rules, students will watch a brief demonstration of this 2000-year-old art before diving in and making their very own jellyfish paperweight from glass gathered out of a 2100-degree furnace. Instructors will guide students through the steps from gathering to creating a jellyfish with simple color patters, from casing it in clear glass to shaping their own paperweight. No experience is necessary; all materials are included.
When: Nov 14, 2014 6 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: $80 (Fri, 14 Nov 2014 18 )
Winner of 8 Tony Awards, including Best Musical,SPRING AWAKENINGis a rock musical adaptation of Frank Wedekind's 1891 expressionist play about the trials and tribulations, and the exhilaration of the teen years.
It's Germany, 1891. The beautiful young Wendla explores her body and asks her mother where babies come from. Elsewhere, the brilliant and fearless young Melchior defends his buddy Moritz -- a boy so traumatized by puberty he can't concentrate on anything. One afternoon in the woods, Wendla and Melchior discover a desire unlike anything they've ever felt.SPRING AWAKENINGexplores the confusion and desperation that ensue when the onrushing tide of hormones meets the ignorance of children.SPRING AWAKENINGcelebrates the unforgettable journey from youth to adulthood with a power, poignancy, and passion that you will never forget.
“Battles and ballets: Reproductive functions and evolution of seminal proteins in Drosophila”
Male animals transfer seminal proteins to their mates, along with sperm. These proteins improve reproduction by causing physiological and other changes in females. Genetic, genomic and reproductive methodologies make Drosophila a particularly good system with which to dissect how seminal proteins affect females. Results are of relevance to all animals, including to humans and also to insects that transmit diseases. Seminal proteins act in networks or pathways that include both male and female proteins. For example, the Drosophila seminal protein “ovulin” stimulates females to ovulate by increasing females’ neural signaling. Ovulin and other mating components regulate the distribution and levels of several neural signals in females. This likely optimizes the movement of gametes through the reproductive tract. Despite this molecular cooperation, the overall reproductive strategies of males and females differ. This leads to interesting conflicts that affect the evolution of seminal proteins’ sequences and levels. In turn, evolutionary information can help to dissect the pathways by which seminal proteins interact with the female.
When: Nov 14, 2014 1:10:00 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Fri, 14 Nov 2014 13:10:00 )
Open house for prospective applicants to graduate programs in Architecture including Master of Architecture, Master of Science in Architecture Studies, and Master of Science in Art, Culture and Technology. More information is available on the Architecture web site.
Open to: the general public
Sponsor(s): Department of Architecture
For more information, contact: Lisa Hersh 617-253-7791 firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is categorized as: art/architecture/museum
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When: Nov 14, 2014 9 AM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Fri, 14 Nov 2014 09 )
Gazette Classification: Business, Education, Ethics, Humanities, Law, Religion, Social Sciences Organization/Sponsor: Harvard South Asia Institute Speaker(s): James Manor, professor at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London More info: southasiainstitute.harvard.edu…
When: Nov 14, 2014 12 AM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Fri, 14 Nov 2014 00 )
Cold Chocolate may be their name but things will be heating up when they come to the Somerset Public Library on November 14th. Cold Chocolate is creating an exciting and unique new sound in the world of Americana: fusing bluegrass and roots with a dash of funk. With original tunes and technical prowess, this four-piece band from Boston is rocking audiences with guitar, banjo, upright bass, drums, and four-part harmony. Tickets $10.00 Vist www.splconcerts.com
When: Nov 14, 2014 6 PM to Nov 14, 2014 8 PMin Somerset, Massachusetts (Fri, 14 Nov 2014 18 )
The Williams Jazz Ensemble under the direction of Kris Allen is our premier jazz group, performing works from throughout the big band canon, with a special focus on modern compositions. This concert features works for “Little Big Band.”
When: Nov 14, 2014 8 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts Cost: free (Fri, 14 Nov 2014 20 )
What was it like to be a soldier? How did they live? What was their equipment like? Learn about the Roman Empire from one of its miles gregarious or common soldiers. Volunteer to help the miles show the audience just how effective he and his equipment could be.(Programming subject to change)
When: Nov 30, 2014 12 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: Free with Museum Admission (Sun, 30 Nov 2014 12 )
Petrichor Performance Collective and Panoply Performance Lab present a discursive exhibition of performative works in Brooklyn and Boston in conjunction with panel discussions on the legacy of performative practices and collective engagement in both cities. This exchange is curated/organized by Helina Metaferia and Esther Neff, respective members of Petrichor and Panoply.
Friday, November 14 Panel Discussions 6pm, Performances @ 7-11pm Saturday, November 15 Performances @ 7-11pm
Participating Artists from Panoply Performance Lab: Chloe Bass Ayana Evans Amber Lee Anya Liftig Brian McCorkle Esther Neff Kikuko Tanaka
Additional Performances by: Zhenesse Heineman Future Death Toll (Edward Sharp and David Griess) Glasshouse Project (Lital Dotan and Eyal Perry) Wild Torus (Ivy Castellanos, Amy Mathis and Mike Voztok)
About Petrichor Performance Collective: Petrichor is a performing arts collective operating and performing in Boston, MA, founded by MFA students, alumni, and friends of School of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
About Panoply Performance Lab: Panoply Performance Laboratory (PPL) is a duo of performance artists, a collective involving anyone who participates in any PPL projects/ventures, and a space in Brooklyn. PPL has initiated Brooklyn International Performance Art Festival, several conferences-as-mass performances, and organized PERFORMANCY FORUM since 2009.
When: Nov 14, 2014 6 PM to Nov 15, 2014 10 PMin Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 14 Nov 2014 18 )
In 2014, The Trustees of Reservations continued the magnificent restoration of the grounds at National Historic Landmark, Castle Hill in Ipswich. This year, 99 years after its creation, the crumbling Casino—the epitome of a Country Place Era estate feature for entertainment and leisure—was restored. Designed in the Italian Renaissance style by landscape architect Arthur Shurcliff, in collaboration with Boston architectural firm Shepley, Rutan, and Coolidge, the Casino (1914-15) predates the existing Great House designed by David Adler (1924-28.) For this project, The Trustees used original documentation and materials wherever possible.
New England Landscape Design and History Association (NELDHA) and The Trustees are pleased to collaborate on this Preservation Seminar that focuses on the Casino restoration. Join us for an in depth program in the Great House with The Trustees staff and other professionals who will explain the issues, process and decision making involved. Then The Trustees Northeast Region’s Operations Manager Bob Murray will lead a tour of the restored Casino. After lunch, a distinguished panel will answer questions and discuss issues with a particular emphasis on hardscape, ornamentation and adaptive reuse of this incredible space. You will have ample opportunity to participate in the discussions, ask questions, and share ideas with the staff and other professionals.
Touch the paint with your fingers. Try using a brush. Explore shapes, colors and textures. Stand up. Sit down. Paint on the window or on the floor and exercise different muscles.
In the Messy Sensory Area in PlaySpace, toddlers do the important work of exploring the world and themselves through hands-on activities. The area is perfect for toddlers to explore all kinds of sensory materials from paint to shaving cream, playdough and water. Activities are carefully designed to support toddlers’ curiosity and the development of fundamental skills. We use washable, non-toxic materials so everyone can enjoy the fun of making a mess!
Tips for doing Messy activities at Boston Children's Museum:
Follow your child’s lead and feel free to visit the area multiple times. It could be your child’s first time exploring paint or cornstarch. and it takes time to develop confidence and be comfortable.
We have smocks available for both children and grownups. Pack an extra shirt and pants for full-body exploration.
Talk to our experienced staff. We are available for tips and ideas to try at home.
The area may be closed briefly for cleaning in the middle of the day.
When: Nov 30, 2014 10 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sun, 30 Nov 2014 10 )
A celebration of culture and cultural exchange. The event includes dinner (try cuisines from all around the world), a global fashion show and performances from around the globe.
This year BUSPH ISO will be donating all the proceeds to Smile Train, which is an international charity that provides training and funding to empower local doctors in 85+ countries to provide 100% free cleft repair surgery in their communities.
When: Nov 14, 2014 6 PM to Nov 14, 2014 10 PMin Boston, Massachusetts Cost: 12.00 true Student 12.00
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