Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Lexington Community Events for May 19

There are several community events in Lexington on May 19, 2018. Come on out and enjoy the slowly warming weather.

7:00AM-12:00PM Lexington Field and Garden Club Plant Sale
Department of Public Works Hadley Public Services Building, 201 Bedford Street.
Enjoy a beautiful variety of home grown local plants that have been potted and cared for specifically for sale by members of the Lexington Garden Club!.
Come early - as plants fly off the tables!

9:00AM-11:00AM Whipple Hill Photography Walk
Explore the opportunities for capturing the magic of spring at Whipple Hill in pixels with an experienced local photographer. Sunder Neelakantan will be your guide in how to best capture features of the property in memorable photographs. Steady rain cancels. Meet at the signed entrance to the property at the top of Winchester Drive opposite Berkshire Drive. Leader: Sunder Neelakantan (781-424-7558,

2:00PM-5:00PM Lexington Symphony Community Music Festival
Lexington Symphony and Conductor Jonathan McPhee host the third annual Community Music Festival, an afternoon of free family activities and performances that showcase an extensive array of local artistic talent and cultural diversity. Come enjoy performances showcasing the diverse musical talent Lexington has to offer, including Great Meadows Orchestra, Guzheng Ensemble, Eastern Rhythm Dance Troupe, student ensembles from Lexington High School and more. Children can learn more about the instruments that make up the orchestra and get some hands-on experience at the “Instrument Petting Zoo,” with instruments generously provided by Yamaha Music School of Boston.

7:30PM-9:30PM Music from the Movies
Join Lexington Symphony for "Broadway Goes to the Movies" on Saturday, May 19 at 7:30pm at Cary Hall in Lexington. From the stage to the big screen, music is vital in setting a scene, stirring our emotions and telling a story. Lexington Symphony, with special guests the New World Chorale, perform some of the greatest music from Broadway hits that have been adapted for the silver screen. Hear beloved excerpts from Oklahoma, Jesus Christ Superstar, Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, and so much more.

Tickets for Lexington Symphony’s Music from the Movies: “Broadway Goes to the Movies” concert on Saturday, May 19 at 7:30pm at Lexington’s Cary Hall are $33-$55 and are on sale now.

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