The troupe will perform the classic French comedy by Moliere, May 17-20.
Beverly's Kaminski Auctions will sell off truckloads of props from the lifestyle guru's television shows on May 5-6.
The furniture expert will discuss the relationship between Jeremiah Lee and Nathaniel Gould on May 10.
Over 50 fitness sessions and Yappy Hours will take place on The Green from May through October.
Join executive chef Zimei for a three-course wine dinner featuring vineyards from Piedmont, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, and Tuscany.
This fun, free family event comes to the community Saturday, April 28.
The May 12 event celebrates all the days of the year that aren't your birthday!
The free, public lecture by the internationally renowned, multi-disciplinary artist will take place on May 17 at the Cabot Performing Arts Center.
The annual gala is the organization's largest fundraiser and is being hosted on April 27 at the Andover Country Club.
Enjoy music, food, and fun on this 5k walk in Salem to support domestic violence survivors.
The Trustees of Reservations' fifth annual free Home Sweet Home event will take place on May 19.
As part of the upcoming ArtWeek festival, use renowned folk artist J.O.J. Frost's whimsical paintings as inspiration to design your own "Frost Fish."
Explore the vineyards of France's Burgundy region featuring a multi-course menu from chef Daniel Bruce.
Conservator Christine Thompson will talk about the importance and techniques of paint analysis in historic structures.
Salem historian and dramatic interpreter, Irene Axelrod, will reprise her role as Salem philanthropist-entrepreneur Caroline Emmerton on Emmerton's birthday, April 21.
"All the Fashion: Clothing for Daily Life in 18th Century New England" by Victoria and Matthew Brenckle will take place on April 19.
Learn how to design your spring and summer décor with Antea Amoroso on April 13.
Co-producers Tony Fusco and Robert Four are pleased to announce this culminating event.
This twelve-day festival, April 4-15, offers close to 80 events.
With a number of new events planned, MarketStreet Lynnfield will be one of the best places on the North Shore for children and their parents this spring.
The May 16 dinner will feature Pépin's recipes expertly prepared by LaBelle Winery executive chef Edward Ceccherini and executive banquet chef Justin Bernatchez.
Author Florence Williams to Discuss her new book "The Nature Fix."
This milestone event will celebrate the 58 women who have been honored over the luncheon's 20-year history, May 7.
Robert F. Rivers, chair and CEO of Eastern Bank to receive Strong, Smart and Bold Award on behalf of Eastern Bank.
Celebrate the end of winter and toast to spring with a special early spring foragers dinner, April 6.
Local author Edith Maxwell will present the special lecture exploring the experiences of Amesbury women and their lives in the decades surrounding the turn of the 19th century.
Annual gala will benefit Zoo New England's Franklin Park and Stone zoos.
Kids read Hawthorne's poem "The Ocean" and write their own.
Sumptuous brunch and annual egg hunt mark Easter Sunday at Harbor View Hotel.
Esperanza Academy hosting private screening of "A Wrinkle in Time," equipping girls to change the world.
Guests are invited to continue the St. Patrick's Day celebrations with Glendalough Distillery, Ireland's first craft distillery, on March 28, at Formaggio Kitchen.
Chef Nick Deutmeyer showcases the best of Massachusetts cheese purveyors with a special Farm to Post menu kicking off April 4.
The food journalist will be joined by Mei Mei's Irene Li and Evan Mallet of Black Trumpet for Harvest's 10th "The Book and The Cook" Dinner.
Anchors away for Beauport Cruiselines' celebration.
City Arts Nashua and the Nashua Arts Commission announce initiative to raise funds for Performing Arts Center Endowment Fund.
Cocktail reception followed by multi-course dinner with wine pairings to benefit No Kid Hungry, March 12.
The March 21 workshop will provide valuable information for those interested in learning more about their historic houses.
Greenbelt presents film, lecture series in Haverhill.
Caring Bunny™ events will offer families that have children with special needs a subdued environment to participate in the Bunny Photo Experience, March 11 and 18.
The House of the Seven Gables, the Phillips House Museum, and the Witch House join in celebrating the notable roles women have played in the region's history on March 25.
Herbalist Hannah Sparks will share her knowledge of herbs that support the immune system and modulate the body's stress response, April 4.
Families can also enjoy a variety of spring events including Caring Bunny, Pet Photos with Bunny, and more!
The Wine ConneXtion expands 2018 tasting series adding three new events.
Every Sunday in March, the Burlington-based restaurant will host a different wine director from a sister restaurant.
Katie Greer will help concerned adults navigate social media and provide them with proactive ways to keeps kids safe.
A selection of recent sculptural works on display February 22 through April 6.
Ricardo Ribeiro has added the historic Larcom Theatre on a world tour that includes Tehran and Tunisia.
This family-friendly class will include a make-your-own-pizza experience followed by lunch during February school break.
On February 25, Harvest teams up with Furnishing Hope of Massachusetts to help those transitioning out of homelessness.
First class will be held February 21.