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Tina Williams of Team Broadie's Roadies Pan Mass Challenge Fundraiser

When: Jun 23, 2017 7pm in Chelmsford, MA

Kaleidoscope Chamber Ensemble

Milhaud Suite for Violin, Clarinet and Piano, op. 157a Piotr Szewczyk Three Summer Sketches for Violin, Clarinet and Bassoon Poulenc Trio for Piano, Oboe and Bassoon Alexei Haieff Three Bagatelles for Oboe and Bassoon Beethoven Sonata for Violin and Piano (Spring)in F Major, op. 24 Charlyn Bethel, Oboe Jennifer Gilman, Clarinet Guest artists Tracey McGinnis Guy Urban Piano Beth Welty, Violin ALL SALES ARE FINAL

When: Jun 25, 2017 3pm to Jun 25, 2017 5pm in Chelmsford, MA
Cost: 15 - 20 USD

The Castle Creative! with Debra Bretton Robinson

Your child will have fun exploring royal themed art projects in this creative week long painting and sculpture class! They will draw and paint royal self portraits, create a cardboard castles and crowns, Decorate swords and make dragons out of pipe cleaners. Come join us for an exciting week! Monday through Friday, July 10 - July 14, 9am to 12pm Tuition and supplies $175

When: Jul 10, 2017 9am to Jul 10, 2017 12pm in Chelmsford, MA
Cost: 175 - 175 USD

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About Chelmsford, MA
Chelmsford Massachusetts is a suburban industrial town located in the Merrimack Valley. The community of Chelmsford was established in 1653 and was a preserve for Christianized Indians. After the 18th century annexation of the Indian land Chelmsford experienced rapid growth when residents realized the fresh water fishing in the Merrimack and Concord Rivers and the good agricultural land along the rivers.

Chelmsford was a community of many specialties that included agriculture and grazing as well as dairying and orchards. There was also some lumbering and some small operations such as grist mills and lime quarries and brick yards. During the 19th century machine shops and a granite quarry that supplied the material for Quincy Market operated in Chelmsford.

Today Chelmsford is located along side Route 3 and therefore enjoys easy access to all points in Eastern Massachusetts and New Hampshire and is supported by industry and the retail markets found in its shopping centers.