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April 3rd and 10th - Public hearings are being held for residents who want to prevent legalized marijuana in their communities. There are two hearings scheduled: April 3rd at the State House and April 10th at Shrewsbury High School. For complete information visit www.mafamily.org
April-May - The Greater Worcester Community Foundation is Offering Spring 2017 Workshops through its Nonprofit Support Center. for complete information visit www.greaterworcester.org
April 1st – Adventure Week for young children is being conducted all this week at Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary in Princeton. For times and complete schedules, registration and more information simply visit www.massaudubon.org
April 1st - Cat Leigh and The Adoptive – perform Christian Contemporary Rock live this Saturday evening at Cafe Con Dios – Faith Baptist Church, Auburn, MA starting at 7:30 pm. Free Event. Check the Church Website for More information: www.cafecondiosauburn.com/.
April 1st and 2nd - Many events and exhibits, including the works of Mary Cassatt are featured all day this Saturday and Sunday at the Worcester Art Museum starting at 10:30am .. For specific information and more visit www.worcesterart.org
April 2nd – The Pioneer Valley Jewish Film Festival is featuring a fascinating documentary and rare footage from World War Two entitled “The Man Who Saved the Louvre”. The events starts at 2pm. For complete information registration visit www.springfieldmuseums.org
April 1st - Music Worcester presents The Latitude Piano Trio performs this Saturday evening at Shapiro Hall starting at 7:00pm. For tickets and information call 508-754-3231 or visit www.musicworcester.org
April 1st – Christian Singles visit the Worcester Art Museum this Saturday morning starting at 9:45 – then enjoy a potluck supper and Bible Study at the Connecting Point Church in Marlboro starting at 6pm. Directions and Info: Take Route-495 to exit #24 to Route 20 East. Follow 1/2 mile to Y intersection, bear left at “Y” intersection onto Lincoln St, follow Lincoln St about 1/4 mile, take left onto Winter St, follow Winter St to “T” intersection, turn right onto Hudson/Elm St. Follow 2-4 miles to Jefferson St take right, look for the church on your right in about 100 yards. Church is in red brick building, please go into main entrance, proceed to the 2nd floor. Connecting Point Church, 14 Wattaquadock Hill Road, Marlboro, MA Questions? Please call or email: Mark James: 860-639-8785 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Patrice Sweeney: 401-523-9924 email@example.com
April 2nd - The Nashua Valley Model Railroad Assn of Shirley, MA., is having its annual “model train show and open house for Sunday, April 2nd at the Ayer/Shirley Middle School, 1 Hospital Road in Shirley Attractions include: model railroad displays, layouts, exhibits, dealers, & clinics. For complete information visit www.nvrra.com
April 8th - Blessings Farm of Charlton will be conducting pony rides for neglected and underprivileged children under age 18 Saturday, April 8th from 10am-noon. For complete information simply visit www.blessingsfarm.org
April 8th - A Complete Health Improvement Program for short “CHIP” will be at the Village SDA Church,75 Sawyer St in South Lancaster, Ma on April 7 starting @ 6:30 PM and April 8 starting @ 9:15 AM. A special concert to benefit the chip scholarship fund will be given following an excellent meal. for complete information visit http://www.villagesdachurch.org/health-ministries.html
May 1st-5th - Teen Pact is offering a Four Day State Class on the Political Process and How to Defend Faith as a Christian Monday, May 1st-Thursday, May 4th for students ages 13-19, with an optional Political Communication Workshop, Friday, May 5, 2017. The classes will be held at the Massachusetts State House. For complete information and registration visit www.teenpact.com/massachusetts
May 19th – EBC 5K Race for Hope, the race is for people of all ages. You can run, walk or push a stroller! This year, they have selected, Bloom – A Place for Girls, as the proceeds recipient. Bloom, a branch of Teen Challenge, is a new faith-based residential program helping teen girls overcome addiction, abuse, wounds of sex trafficking, neglect and more. For more information go to http://ebcnorfolk.org/5k.
The Salvation Army is looking for drivers to pick up donated goods and deliver store orders in the central MA area. The job offers a competitive pay and compensation package. A commercial drivers’ license is not needed. Call 508-799-0528 or come to 72 Cambridge Street in Worcester to apply. The Salvation Army Family Store features clothing for all ages, household goods and more, and a half price sale every Wednesday. Visit massachusetts.salvationarmy.org/ or call 800-SA-TRUCK for a location near you.