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18 and 19 - Lexington Pops Chorus commissions a composition by Gwyneth Walker based on “ Paul Revere’s Ride” to premier at the concerts. Celebrating the 300th year of Lexington and the 30th year of the Chorus.
2 - 10 AM to 2 PM
9 - 10 AM to 2 PM
16 - 1 to 3 PM
23 - 10 AM to noon
As part of the Lexington 300th Anniversary the Lexington Chapter of the DAR is offering genealogy workshops on how to search
for ancestors every Saturday in February. Come to the large conference room at Cary Memorial Library. Bring a lunch and enjoy the research. Come once or on all four days.
March - Cary Memorial Library presents “A Community Creates Art Show and Sale”. A month-long art show/sale by local artists at the library creating on the theme “A Community Creates” Opening on Sunday, March 2
2 - Cary Lecture Series presents presents Jill Lepore, professor of American History at Harvard University and writer at the New
Yorker, will speak on Benjamin Franklin’s sister, a lively correspondent during the American Cary Memorial Hall, 1605 Massachusetts Ave. Cary Lecture Series .
8 - First Parish Church presents “Lexington Becomes Lexington: What Really Happened in 1713 – and Why”. Panel discussion including Dan Fenn.
8 - Waldorf School of Lexington presents “300 Years of Music”. Special 10th anniversary program of the Mendenhall Memorial
Benefit Concert, the program will be built around music highlighting each new hundredth year of Lexington’s history.
16 - Citizens Bank, - Citizens Bank main branch in the Center will celebrate the memory of the good citizens who have come before with a special exhibit honoring its past including the Lexington Savings Bank, its ancestor. Featuring artifacts from
1652 to present, 1776 Massachusetts Ave.
31 - Lexington Interfaith Clergy Association Honoring the exact date of incorporation, bells will ring throughout the town beginning at 5:13 p.m. (17:13 military time) for five minutes (300 seconds). Led by the Old Belfry and our religious community, everyone is invited to participate with any size bell on the Lexington Green.
13 - Minute Man National Historical Park, together with the Lexington Train Band, and representatives of the British Brigade, Boston Garrison present Parker’s Revenge, a Tactical Scenario, at the Parker’s Revenge Site, at 2:00 p.m. This is an exciting commemoration of what some call the “Second Battle of Lexington,” involving nearly 200 colonial and British reenactors.
19 - Community Therapeutic Day School - Guided tours of its property, formerly the Parker Homestead given by Captain John Parker a/k/a Bill Poole.
28 - Lexington Inter-Faith Clergy Association - Open Doors, Houses of Worship.
1-31 Lexington Tourism Committee, Revolutionary Revelry, Locations Throughout Lexington
18 -Minuteman National Historical Park presents First in the Field - The Lexington Train Band at the Jacob Whittemore House, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Drill and musket firing demonstrations, family activities in the house, and tours of the Parker’s Revenge battle site just yards away.
25 - Retailers' Association - Discovery Day
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