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Two more events at local bookstores will celebrate the newest Harry Potter release, "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One & Two," on the evening of Saturday, July 30. The new book by J.K. Rowling continues Harry Potter's storyline and is printed in the form of an original script, a tie-in to a theatrical production opening in London the same evening.   Read More >>
 
ACTON -- Inside a massive treehouse, on the nest swing, or zooming down the big slide, playing becomes learning at the Discovery Museums' newest exhibit, where nature takes center stage.   Read More >>
 
CHELMSFORD -- The Chelmsford Center for the Arts is proud to present An Evening with "Adventure Time's" Andy Ristaino on Friday, July 22, at 8 p.m. Ristaino is an artist and writer living in Los Angeles.   Read More >>
 

CHELMSFORD - The kids lined up with enthusiasm behind Center Elementary School Wednesday morning, ready to take their turns. Whoosh. Giggle. Repeat. After each took their ride down the giant mound of snow, they ran the tube sleds back up the hill for the next eager participant and hopped back in line.   Read More >>

 
PHOTO BY ERIC KILBY
STONEHAM -- The animals at Stone Zoo, 149 Pond St., will celebrate the upcoming Olympic Games on Saturday, July 23, 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m., by giving many of the animals sports-inspired enrichment. Guests can learn more about the incredible athletic skills that the animals are capable of like leaping, swimming and jumping.   Read More >>
 
Although this list of great summer reads focuses on recommendations by local librarians for young adults and children, these books are sure to entertain no matter the age.   Read More >>
 
Photo courtesy of the 26th Yankee Division WWI Living History Group.
DEVENS -- Fort Devens Museum, 94 Jackson Road, hosts a Living History group on Saturday, July 16, sharing information and an understanding of the First World War. This program marks the first time the museum has hosted a group focusing on the so-called Great War, and it comes as Camp Devens/Fort Devens approaches its 100th anniversary.   Read More >>
 
Summertime -- and the living is supposed to be easy. But not when you've got kids whining that they're bored and have nothing to do.   Read More >>
 
Relive history at Minute Man National Park; Get your fill at Winnekenni breakfast; Celebrate with fireworks, new shows at Canobie Lake; Patriotic family fun at Old Sturbridge Village   Read More >>
 
ACTON -- It's time for summer fun at the Discovery Museums, where both the Children's and Science venues are open seven days a week through Sept. 4. Children's hours are 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Science hours are 10 a.   Read More >>
 
 

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