5 Things To Do This Week – 03/22/23
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*Theatre Ink delights and entertains with the musical Anything Goes on Friday-Sunday, March 24-26. Set aboard the ocean liner, the S.S. American, dancing, and hijinks ensue all set to the iconic music of Cole Porter. Get your tickets here to set sail with Theatre Ink.
*It’s Waffle Day at The Scandinavian Cultural Center on Saturday, March 25th from 10:00 am -2:00 pm. Come celebrate the Swedish tradition of Våffeldagen. Swedes have enjoyed waffles in some form since the 1600s and they remain popular today. Stay for the rescheduled screening of the film Band at 1:00 pm. Band is a comedy of failures, seen through the eyes of three women of “The Post Performance Blues Band” who give themselves only one year to finally become pop stars or quit forever. Find out more about waffles and a movie matinee here.
*The Suzuki School of Newton invites you to stop by anytime for Playathon at The Shops at Chestnut Hill from 12:00- 6:00 pm on Sunday, March 26th. Six consecutive hours of music of all genres performed by SSN students and faculty —a marathon of playing, free to the public. Check out the Suzuki School site to get more info about this marathon of music.
*The Newton Art Association presents the James King Bonnar Show 2023 at the Morse Institute Library in Natick on Sunday, March 26th at 1:30 pm. Come celebrate these showstopping pieces with an opening reception with the artists behind the works. Check out the NAA website for more info about this 72-year-old group that brings the community together, facilitating dialogue, and fostering connections.
*Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra ushers in another event with Concertos for One and All on Sunday, March 26th at 3:00 pm. Pro Arte welcomes conductor Alyssa Wang and violinist Steven Copes, Concertmaster of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, for a performance of riveting works, both warmly familiar and boldly inventive. Tickets are available for One and All at the Pro Arte website.