Weekend Calendar – March 4-6

All Weekend

Mass Beer Week starts tonight even though it says March 5, and runs through March 12. Check out the events here. Did you know there are 214 breweries in Massachusetts? Wowza. Do not try to drink it all in a week. The goal of the weeklong series of events is to shine a bright spotlight on Massachusetts’ amazing craft beer.

Guitar Weekend at Rivers. Join Rivers School Conservatory for a weekend filled with events featuring the guitar, including master classes, concerts, workshops, and a student recital. All styles and levels of playing are welcome. More information here.

The Secret in the Wings, HS Drama One-Act Play at 7 pm Saturday and Sunday. 40 minutes of talented student actors. You can find out more here.

Saturday, March 5

Wayland Winter Market at Russell’s Wayland10:30 am to 2 pm. Second to last weekend, check out all the vendors and shop local! Mor information here.

The Poesie: Mary Tudor Speaks of and to Titian’s Women. 3-5 pm. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Yes, this sounds fancy. I decided to throw in a little curve ball. This is the world premiere of a dramatic monologue written by Pulitzer Prize-winning author and theater critic Hilton Als in response to the exhibition Titian: Women, Myth, & PowerMary I, the first queen regnant of England, married Philip II of Spain in 1554, shortly after the young prince commissioned six paintings from renowned Renaissance artist Titian. Als’ monologue considers Titian’s poesie, or painted poetries, from the future Queen’s perspective. More information here.

Sunday, March 6

Mass Central Rail Trail

Farm Fiber Day at Russell’s. Whoo, busy weekend there in Wayland. 10:30-3:30 pm. 45 vendors, all of the fiber-y variety. I am only going if there will be cute lambs running around. More info here

Monthly Walk with Weston Forest & Trail Association – Rail Trail, Town Hall trail and Sunday Woods – 2 pm. Learn about the Weston Plant Pollinator Alliance garden project and visit the site of a recent Eagle Scout project with a lovely bench overlooking the pond. Then walk a loop into the woods behind Town Hall and then back to the Rail Trail to learn about the murals painted under the Concord Road overpass. Folks with limited time can choose to head home at this point in the walk, while others can stay with our leader and head back into the woods and trails for more exploration. More information here.

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