Meditation retreat in your backyard
July 20 - July 22 Times: FRI: 6:30pm - 9:30pmSAT, SUN: 9:00am - 1:00pm Workshop Contents The Art of Living Happiness Program spans a few hours daily, over three consecutive days. Secrets of the Breath The heart of The Happiness Program is a series of yogic breathing techniques, including the Sudarshan Kriya, which reduces your stress and raises your energy, bringing you back to a clear and positive state of mind. Mastering the Mind Understanding the nature of the mind gives you a greater perspective on life that enables you to not get bothered by issues that used to create frustration, impatience, worry and more. Scientifically-Backed Results The scientifically indicated benefits of the practices you’ll learn include higher levels of optimism, greater levels of antioxidant enzymes, stronger immunity, improved emotional regulation and more. Guided Yoga & Meditation Learn easy yoga poses you can incorporate into your day for greater health, focus and relaxation. Enjoy unique guided meditations and get a taste of the beauty within.
When: Jul 20, 2018 1pm in Littleton, MA
Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure
The Sudbury Savoyards will present Sherlock Homes: The Final Adventure on July 13, 14, 15, 20, and 21 at the Cannon Theatre, 410 Great Road, Littleton, MA. The play, by Steven Dietz, is based on two of Arthur Conan Doyles short stories, "A Scandal in Bohemia" and "The Final Problem". Directed by James Ravan, with a wonderful cast of 10 actors, it is an exciting, fast-paced play brimming with bright flashes of dark energy, full of mystery, adventure, humor, and romance. Cannon Theatres intimate space will keep you close to all the action. Tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for seniors, students, and children. For more information, see our website, www.sudburysavoyards.org.
When: Jul 20, 2018 8pm to Jul 20, 2018 10:30PMin Littleton, MA
Cost: 20 - 24 USD
10th Annual Kristen's Ride
Event Name: 10th Annual Kristen's Ride
Dates: Jul/29 - Jul/29/2018
Location: 55 White St
Please see our website for the full story: http://www.kristensride.org/kristens-storyMotorcycle Ride & Family Cookout Fundraiser (Rain or Shine)
Cookout - Music - Raffles - Cash Bar
Proceeds Benefit Cancer Families and Research
We start at Littleton Lumber and end the ride and start our cookout at Ayer Gun and Sportsmen Club.
Ride Starts at:
55 White Street, Littleton, MA 01460
Registration begins at 9AM
Kickstands Up at 10AM
75 mile police escorted ride with bathroom break mid-way
finishing at Ayer Gun & Sportsmen's Club with cookout
Ayer Gun & Sportsmen's Club
255 Snake Hill Road Ayer, MA 01432
12PM to 5PM When:
Contact Info: Email Us
Jul 29, 2018 12am to Jul 29, 2018 12am in Littleton, MA
Sip Sassparilly Saloon
Come have fun at The Cannon Theatre during the summer...at the Sip Sassparilly Saloon! For two weeks beginning Monday, July 30th, and ending Friday, August 10th, your child will get to experience what it takes to put on a theatrical production - costuming, makeup, staging, choreography, singing, stage direction & more! This is the perfect way to introduce youth to live theatre. The program runs Monday-Thursday, 11to 4:00. Please pack a bag lunch and water for your child. They must wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Please no flip-flops (no exceptions)! Early bird registration fee of $397 ends on June 29th. Beginning June 30th, regular tuition is $440. Cut off date for registrations is July 20th. At the end of the program, pleas come watch your child perform. Every year we are amazed at their talent and what they can accomplish in two weeks! If you have any questions, please phone our box office at 978-448-2108, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
When: Jul 30, 2018 11am to Jul 30, 2018 4pm in Littleton, MA
Cost: 440 - 440 USD
Shringara Triveni: A Dance Theater Presentation in support of Ivy Child International
Jothi Raghavan - considered as one of the best in the field, is a master Bharatha Natyam dancer/teacher /choreographer is a recipient of Choreographer’s fellowship from the National endowment for the arts. Raghavan will be presenting her original work “Shringara Triveni” along with her dance company. The dance production will perform with an ensemble of musicians from India on August 19th from 3pm -7:00pm at the Performing Arts Center at Littleton High School, Littleton MA. The performance brings together the movements vocabularies of the traditional Bhartha Natyam dance and other regional dances of India and Indian classical music Shringara Triveni: Godha(Andal) and Meera are mystics whose outpourings are celebrated all over India. Radha considered the divine consort of Krishna has kindled the imagination of many a poet extoling their love. Shringara Triveni - “love trinity “explores the love and longing of Godha and Meera through their poetry and Radha through the words of Saint poet Jayadaeva from his immortal work Geeta Govindam Jothi Raghavan and the group of dancers will perform the fast-paced, intricate and expressive classical Indian dance form Bharatha Natyam along with other regional styles of dance. One of the most ancient and well preserved of all the classical Indian dance styles Bharatha Natyam is made up of Nritta, characterized by highly intricate footwork and rhythmic patterns and Nritya, gesture and mime that allow the dancer/storyteller to share the nuances of mood and emotion. The Music for the production is composed by acclaimed musician Sudha Raghuraman who will be providing vocals along with the ensemble consisting of flutist G. Raghuraman Revathi Ramaswamy playing Veena (ancient Indian string instrument) N. Narayanaswamy playing Mridangam (Double sided Indian drum ) Jerry Leake – Multi percussion. The event is in support of Ivy Child International, a non-profit providing mindfulness-based health education to children and families. Sponsorship opportunities available. Please contact Rose at email@example.com for more info.
When: Aug 19, 2018 3pm in Littleton, MA