Jan 8 - Feb 12, 2023 Opening Reception - January 12, 5-7PM Landscape and seascape have been an inspiration for artists since the first artists tried to represent the world around them. In Earth, Sea, Sky, Suzanne Hill, Liz Newell and Barbara Willis present unique visions of landscapes in clay and fiber arts.
The Gallery@First Parish will host its closing reception for the show " Celebrating 10 years of Art". Over the ten years that the Gallery has been exhibiting there have been many shows featuring not only artists from within the church, but many from the larger community. This particular show features artists from First Parish who had art work shown during the ten years of the gallery and includes paintings, photography, and collages.
On January 10, 2023 at 7 pm the Bedford Center for the Arts Photo Group will welcome John Paul Caponigro for a virtual presentation on Creative Composition - 7 Keys to Open Your Personal Path to Discovery. A form of environmental art in virtual space, John Paul’s works are about the nature of perception and perception of nature. Exhibited internationally, his works have been purchased by private and public collections including The Estee Lauder Collection, Princeton University, and The Smithsonian. John Paul is a multi-talented artist. The son of famed photographer Paul Caponigro, John Paul learned drawing, painting and photography at an
presented by David Bloniarz, USDA Forest Service and UMass. Remote Seminar 1/11/2023 All interested Town residents are welcome to register for an online seminar this Wednesday, January 11th, 7pm-830pm: “Beyond Beauty: Establishing the Value of Urban and Suburban Trees,” presented by David Bloniarz, USDA Forest Service and UMass. For event registration and more information, please visit https://community.massenergize.org/Lexington/events/780. Most are aware that trees provide beauty and a boost to real estate values in the built-up world, and that shade trees mitigate the heat sink of sunshine on brick, concrete, and asphalt. Trees and forests do much more. As stated by the
All interested Bedford residents are welcome to register for an online seminar from 7 to 8 p.m. this Wednesday, Jan. 11: “Beyond Beauty: Establishing the Value of Urban and Suburban Trees,” presented by David Bloniarz, Project Coordinator, USDA Forest Service Urban Natural Resources Institute, UMass Amherst. For event registration and more information, please visit https://community.massenergize.org/Lexington/events/780.
Please come out to support programming for the Parents Diversity Council's events in 2023 by eating great pizza! A portion of proceeds from the sale of each pizza goes to the Parents Diversity Council that night. Thank you!
On January 12, 2023 from 6:00-7:30 PM the Bedford Recreation Department will be hosting a Summer Job Fair. Join us to learn more about our summer employment opportunities from current Summer Program Directors. This fair is for ages 14+ and will include presentations and information to learn about the Summer Adventures, Springs Brook Park and Kids’ Club employment opportunities. RSVP (optional) for the Summer Job Fair Here: https://forms.gle/sXHoZADYn8GnEMoJA Bedford Recreation Summer Job Fair Thursday, January 12, 2023 6:00-7:30 PM Town Hall, Reed Room 10 Mudge Way, Bedford, MA 01730 Questions? [email protected] or 781-275-1392
The Bedford Democratic Town Committee invites all interested to a social meet up to kick off 2023. Join us at Red Heat Tavern on Saturday, January 14 from 2-4pm. Appetizers will be provided. Cash bar. www.bedfordmassdems.org
The Bedford Chapter of Rock Voices - America's Community Rock Chorus - will be performing songs from their Fall 2022 Season! Come hear a live band and a Community Rock Choir perform tunes by Stevie Wonder, Styx, Lake Street Dive, Harry Styles, Queen, and more! Tickets available online and at the door. 7pm on Saturday, January 14, 2023 in the John Glenn Middle School Auditorium - 99 McMahon Rd, Bedford MA. Follow the QR code for tickets!