The Lexington Farmers’ Market will be hosting Kidpreneur Day (formerly Kids Day) where young entrepreneurs will be selling items at the market they have grown, crafted, and created! Come support these talented and creative young people working as LFM vendors for a day to learn what it is like to run a small business.
You'll find the best in local food and farms at the Lexington Farmers' Market every Tuesday, from May 29th - October 30th, 2-6:30PM (Closing at 6PM in October). The market is held at the corner of MA Avenue and Fletcher Avenue at Woburn St, with parking available. The LFM accepts SNAP and doubles SNAP dollars up to $15 per week.
Are you having trouble controlling the way you eat?
Are you underweight? Overweight?
Obsessed with food, weight, or dieting?
Weekly meetings are free and available for anyone suffering from food addiction, food obsession, obesity, bulimia or under-eating. There are no dues or weigh-ins.
FOOD ADDICTS IN RECOVERY ANONYMOUS
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous is a 12 Step fellowship based on the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). FA is a tax-exempt, non-profit Twelve Step program that helps people of all ages who have issues with food. There are no dues or fees for members. Anyone, from any walk of life, who seeks recovery from their problems with food, is welcome.
The Lexington Republican Town Committee (LRTC) meets on the fourth Wednesday of every month in one of the meeting rooms at the Lexington Community Center located at 39 Marrett Road. For further information, check the LRTC website at http://www.lexingtonrtc.org
Explore the Old Burying Ground with us in a new tour! Walk through over three centuries of Lexington's past. The Old Burying Ground contains some of the most beautiful gravestone art in New England, and even has stones signed by their carvers! Discover how mortuary art has changed over time here, and meet some of Lexington's most famous inhabitants along the way.
$5/adult, 16 & under FREE. Buy tickets at Buckman Tavern.
Now enrolling for our fall/winter 2018-2019 kids dance programs. Join us for our open house on August 25th from 2:30 - 4pm and participate in a free dance class and tour our beautiful new studio. Plus when your dancer registers for class they will receive a free t-shirt! We offer classes in creative movement, pre-ballet & jazz, contemporary, ballet, as well as a competitive team.
Our renowned faculty and esteemed visiting artists offer a depth of experience and approach that not only empowers our dancers but produces incredible results. As a studio we take great pride in offering the very best dance education to all students at all levels.
Our youth program is comprehensive in scope and aims to help develop gross motor skills, discipline, body awareness, musicality, rhythm, as well as enhancing the mind/body connection. With a wide variety of options we offer class to those who are just starting their dance journey, to the competitive dancer.
We offer a wide range of dance disciplines, creating a well rounded and versatile dancer. Please find our class offerings and descriptions below.
Lexington Pops Chorus invites you to sing with us at our open rehearsals on September 4th and 11th, 7:30 pm, at Hancock Church, 1912 MA Ave (on the green), Lexington, MA. No audition required. Must be 18 years of age or older, be able to read music, and be able to stand on risers for performances.
A brief illustrated history of the Lexington and West Cambridge Branch Railroad: its conception, birth, heydey, decline, death, and finally its rebirth as the Minuteman Commuter Bikeway, our nation's 500th rail-trail and inspiration for many other rail-trails in the region. Featuring Sam Doran, local historian and B&M Railroad buff; and Tom Fortmann, local cyclist and co-founder of the Minuteman Bikeway.
This is a historical presentation with refreshments, to take place in the old railway depot building, 13 Depot Square, Lexington. Presented as part of the bikeway's 25th anniversary celebration (bikeway25.org). Sponsored by the Friends of Lexington Bikeways and the Lexington Historical Society.