Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Lexington Fire Department Open House


October 19
1:00 - 3:00 PM
Lexington Fire Department Headquarters
173 Bedford St

Come join us on Saturday and learn about your Fire Department. There's something for everyone in the family at this fun event!

  • See our fire engines!
  • Get information or have questions answered by members of the Fire Department
  • Learn about cooking safety
  • Find out about fire and carbon monoxide detector use & placement
  • Kids can dress up in fire gear (we won’t stop adults who really want to try it on as well!)
  • Use a hose to squirt water at our now famous fire target house

There will be a special demonstration at about 2:00 PM

See how our firefighters use extrication tools and special equipment to get into a car after an accident.
We look forward to meeting visitors at Fire Headquarters, and encourage you to come down, even if you only have a few minutes.


Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Munroe Center for the Arts Fall Events

October Happenings

11 - ArtSpan's Wine & Pottery Night with Donna Pioli - 6:30pm/Friday
12 Creativity Lab!  (gr. K-5) with Joanne Stowell - 10am/Saturday

8 thru 22 Lexington ArtWalk artwork on display along Mass. Ave.
18 ArtWalk reception, guided tour, dance band - 6pm @ Brookline Bank and Emery Park
19 - Saturday Pottery with Carmela Fratus - 10:30am
19​ - Learn Basic Acrylics with Jill Pottle - 9:30am/Saturday
20 Yoga & Art workshop with Anna Maria & Marina Strauss & 9:30am/Sunday
26 - Saturday Pottery with Carmela Fratus - 10:30am

November Happenings
Creativity Lab!  (gr. K-5) with Joanne Stowell - 10am/Saturday
9 - MSN:  Cherokee Word for Water (film) - 7:30pm
11 - 15 - TriNethra:  Third Eye Festival of Dance

15 - ArtSpan's Wine & Pottery Night with Donna Pioli - 6:30pm/Friday
16 - Clay as Canvas workshop with Peg Kane - 10:30am/Saturday
16 - Gelli Printing Cards & Stationary with Marina Strauss - 4pm/Saturday

December Happenings
6 - Dance Inn's Holiday Show @ The Regent, 7pm
7 - Dance Inn's Holiday Show @ The Regent, 10am
7 - 
MSN Holiday Show:  "Fretless​" (a cappella)
11 - Holiday Party for MCA Volunteers, Staff, and Tenants
14 Creativity Lab!  (gr. K-5) with Joanne Stowell - 10am/Saturday

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Verrill Farm October Events

Our most popular Fall event benefits the Emerson Hospital's Pediatric Unit! Join us as the fields surrounding the farm stand are transformed into an old-fashioned fairground. This fun event for all ages features activities & games, raffles, Lil Folk Farm petting zoo, pick your own pumpkins, food & live music by the Sandy Ridge Boys! Proceeds from activity, game & raffle tickets, as well as food purchases, go to Emerson Hospital's Pediatric Intervention Team to provide Coping Kits for children at the hospital. The kits contain items & activities that are used to help children & caregivers cope successfully with the hospital experience.
Join us in our heated & decorated greenhouse as the Verrill Farm chefs prepare a dinner inspired by our abundant fall crops. Event features a cash bar offering wine & beer, live piano by Jeremy Silver! Cost to attend: $55 per person (plus tax). Reservations required. Please call 978.369.4494.

Sugar Cookies: Learn to make these versatile cookies - cut in a variety of shapes they are perfect for decorating & personalizing for holidays & special occasions. You'll work with royal icing & be baking like a pro by the end of class! Cost: $50 per student (plus tax).

Fore more information about Verrill Farm Events, please visit their website.

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

10th Annual Hastings Harvest 5k Run/Walk

The 5k race and 1.5 mile walk start simultaneously at the Hayden Lower Field at 11:10 am. Runners will be at the front (closest to starting line). Walkers will be in back. Strollers are welcome!

​This USA Track and Field sanctioned event will be chip-timed by RaceWire. The race begins at the Hayden lower field on Worthen Road. Both runners and walkers will enjoy a scenic, yet challenging route through the local community. The 5k race ends where it began at the Hayden Lower Field. Walkers will complete a shorter 1.5 mile loop. Young children are encouraged to run, walk or ride in a stroller! Just get out there!

The post-race celebration begins immediately following the race. We will have food, music and activities for children of all ages. Grab your friends, challenge your co-workers and encourage your kids to “Get Up and Get Moving!”

​Day of Race Entry
$30 per person cash or check to Hastings PTO

Pre-Race Entry
​for 5k and 1.5 Mile Loop
$28.20 per person
($25+$3.20 Racewire Fee)

Deadline - Friday, October 4th, 5pm    ​​

Check-in and Race Day Registration:  9:30-10:30 am
5K race begins at 11:10am

  • 1.5 mile walk starts simultaneously with the 5K, with walkers started behind the runners. 
  • Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult during the 5k race or 1.5 mile walk. 
  • All event inquiries should be sent to

In recent years, the Hastings Harvest Run has had 500+ registrants participating in the run and/or walk and more than 600 people in attendance for the post race party. Be a part of the Maria Hastings Elementary School’s ongoing commitment to keeping health and fitness in the forefront for their students and staff. All proceeds benefit the Maria Hastings Elementary School.

Hey HHR runners and walkers! Share your tips, stories and pictures from past runs at #hastingsharvestrun.
The twitter handle is @HastingsRun. ​You can also find us on facebook at: ​


Wednesday, September 18, 2019

LexFarm Harvest Festival

Spend some time down on the farm this FALL. We are in full harvest mode and the farm looks FARMTASTIC!

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2019 10AM-1PM at Lexington Community Farm, 52 Lowell St, Lexington, MA

LIVE MUSIC with the AcousticTandem Band - Collaboration with Munroe Center of the Arts

  • FLOWER BRACELETS with Farmer Momoko
  • BRITE HARVEST FARM TOUR- Hydroponic Farm

Our Farm Stand will be open to purchase all your fall veggies, fruit, flowers and extras.
Pay at the door $10 member family / $15 non-member family.

Unfortunately we cannot allow dogs on the farm, so it’s best to leave your four-legged friends at home.

Lexington Community Farm is a non-profit working farm connecting the community to locally grown food and sustainable farming practices while preserving historic farmland. We are located at 52 Lowell Street in Lexington, Massachusetts. More about us.

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

26th Annual Fine Arts & Crafts Festival

The Lexington Chamber of Commerce celebrates its 26th Annual Autumn Fine Arts and Crafts Festival on Saturday, September 21st from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, rain date on Sunday September 22nd. The event will be held at the Depot Square Parking Lot, (located behind the Lexington Historical Society Depot Building).

This popular event features the work of premier artist and craftspeople specializing in paintings, photography, mixed media, pottery, wearable art, handbags, silk items, wood, and jewelry including hand-blown glass bead work plus precious and semi-precious metals and stones.  Many popular local artists from Lexington as well as artisans from across the region will participate in this festival.
The Annual Autumn Fine Arts and Crafts Festival is an event for the whole family. Admission is free and open to the public. 

Depot Square Parking Lot, (located behind the Lexington Historical Society Depot Building)

Date/Time Information:
Saturday, September 21, 2019
10am to 4 pm

Contact Information:
Susan DeRosa

The Annual Autumn Fine Arts and Crafts Festival is an event for the whole family. Admission is free and open to the public. 

Monday, September 9, 2019

Why Buy a Home in Lexington MA

Lexington MA Homeownership Perks
If you’re currently renting, why should you make the switch to homeownership in Lexington MA? As your Lexington real estate agent, allow me to lay out the pros of owning vs. renting:

1.  When you own, you build wealth. When you sell, you see much, all or more of the money you paid into the home. As a renter, you only build the wealth of your landlord.
2.  Your monthly payment is locked in with a mortgage. It’s likely to go up as a renter.
3.  You can customize your home as a homeowner. You’re limited with what you can do as a renter.
4.  You get to know your neighbors and get involved in the community. As a renter, people come and go, so neighbors are less likely to get to know one another.

There are many positive attributes of owning a Lexington home, these are just some! When ready to make the switch in the Lexington real estate market, contact me, your Lexington real estate agent!

Theresa D'Antuono

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Couple Cooking Class at Wilson Farm

Saturday: September 7th at 1:00pm at Wilson Farm.

Join Master Chef of France Raymond Ost as he teaches you step by step how to make two of our delicious Grab & Gourmet Meal Boxes.
Explore new recipes and see how easy it can be to make an amazing meal without all of the hassle.
You will be cooking & eating your creation!
Cost: $50 per couple Call to reserve your spot 781-862-3900 or visit Wilson Farm for more details.
Class is for guests over 18. Space is limited so call today!

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

2019-2020 Lexington Central School Calendar.

School is almost back for a new year! 

Limited classes start August 27 with full schedule starting August 28. School is closed August 30 and September 2 for Labor Day. Click here to access the full Lexington school calendar. Please click here if you would like the printable version of the school calendar.

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

4th Annual End of the Summer Party

Friday, AUGUST 23, 2019 from 5:30pm-10:30p.

Save the date for the 4th Annual End of the Summer Party! There will be a DJ with games and prizes, yard games, the Lego Movie 2, food truck and dessert, obstacle courses, giveaways and a free raffle! Come by around 5:30pm to start the fun!