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Andover Community Events

  1. Fish On! Andover 2020: Fishing the North Shore and Beyond

    February 18, 2020, 7:00 PM - 8:45 PM @ MHL - The Hall

    Gary George will discuss the tackle and tactics he uses to successfully pursue offshore groundfish. He will also discuss his methods for catching striped bass in the Beverly/Salem area. Gary has been fishing the waters around the North Shore for over forty years. Most of his fishing is split between offshore bottoming fishing and inshore striped bass fishing. He is a licensed captain and has worked as a fishing associate for Orvis.

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  2. Close Encounters at Andover Center for History & Culture

    February 20, 2020, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Andover Center for History & Culture

    Get “up close and personal” with people from Andover’s history. In Close Encounters, you’ll hear about people who lived, worked, ran businesses and raised families in our community. We’ll share their stories through photos, letters, diaries, objects and clothing from our collection. You’ll get to hold their personal history in your hands! Get to know two Andover women – Abby Locke Thomson and June Carmichael Fitzgerald. One wore hoop skirts; the other joined the WAVES. Close Encounters is a small group setting limited to 10 guests. Please register at http://andoverhistoryandculture.org/close-encounters As a special for February school vacation, Director of Programs, Lauren Kosky-Stamm will have craft activities for elementary school-aged children. You will be able to attend Close Encounters while your children or grandchildren are happily engaged in a hands-on program of their own.

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  3. Proof

    February 20, 2020, 7:30 PM @ Rogers Center for the Arts

    The Pulitzer prize winning play... Written by David Auburn Directed by Evan Kelly A young woman copes with the death of her brilliant but mentally unstable father, her meddlesome sister, and the affections of a young student who seeks a valuable work in her father’s notebooks. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play also examines a more perplexing problem: Will the young woman inherit her father’s brilliance, or his madness? NOTE: The theater will be re-configured for this production. Seating is strictly limited. General Admission only A Department of Visual and Performing Arts Production

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  4. Proof

    February 21, 2020, 7:30 PM @ Rogers Center for the Arts

    The Pulitzer prize winning play... Written by David Auburn Directed by Evan Kelly A young woman copes with the death of her brilliant but mentally unstable father, her meddlesome sister, and the affections of a young student who seeks a valuable work in her father’s notebooks. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play also examines a more perplexing problem: Will the young woman inherit her father’s brilliance, or his madness? NOTE: The theater will be re-configured for this production. Seating is strictly limited. General Admission only A Department of Visual and Performing Arts Production

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  5. Friends of Memorial Hall Library Concert Series: Eric Baldwin & Friends

    February 22, 2020, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM @ MHL - The Hall

    An afternoon of Swingin' American Songbook selections with Eric Baldwin and Friends, featuring Andover resident, Eric Baldwin, on guitar, Carol Leary on vocals, Neil Lipson on saxophone, Mark Carlsen on bass and Dave Didriksen on drums. Guitarist Eric Baldwin has been performing in the Greater Boston area for the past twenty-five years. He is well versed in many jazz styles and knows hundreds of songs from the 20’s 30’s 40’s and 50’s. Eric also freelances with some of Boston’s best bands such the New Black Eagle Jazz Band and the Blue Horizon Jazz Band.

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  6. Proof

    February 22, 2020, 7:30 PM @ Rogers Center for the Arts

    The Pulitzer prize winning play... Written by David Auburn Directed by Evan Kelly A young woman copes with the death of her brilliant but mentally unstable father, her meddlesome sister, and the affections of a young student who seeks a valuable work in her father’s notebooks. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play also examines a more perplexing problem: Will the young woman inherit her father’s brilliance, or his madness? NOTE: The theater will be re-configured for this production. Seating is strictly limited. General Admission only A Department of Visual and Performing Arts Production

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  7. Proof

    February 23, 2020, 2:00 PM @ Rogers Center for the Arts

    The Pulitzer prize winning play... Written by David Auburn Directed by Evan Kelly A young woman copes with the death of her brilliant but mentally unstable father, her meddlesome sister, and the affections of a young student who seeks a valuable work in her father’s notebooks. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play also examines a more perplexing problem: Will the young woman inherit her father’s brilliance, or his madness? $10 Each $8 Seniors, Students, Alumni, Military NOTE: The theater will be re-configured for this production. Seating is strictly limited. General Admission only A Department of Visual and Performing Arts Production

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  8. Private Devotion: A Concert of Renaissance Choral Music

    February 23, 2020, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM @ Christ Church

    Convivium Musicum, Boston's choir for Renaissance music (“the kind of transforming experience that concert junkies are always seeking" - Early Music America) and Christ Church present sacred Renaissance music written for venues outside the church. Not all religious music of the Renaissance was written for public worship. Instead, some sacred works were intended as a kind of devotional entertainment, as music to be sung in the home, especially in those parts of Europe where elaborate polyphony was forbidden in church. And in tumultuous religious climates, certain religious music had to be kept private under threat of persecution. Catholics in Tudor England, for example, only managed to practice their faith, and sing their songs, away from public view. In Private Devotion, Convivium Musicum explores these fascinating repertoires and stories through the music of Byrd, Sweelinck, Lassus, and more.

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  9. Gallery Tour: Gordon Parks: The New Tide, Early Work 1940–1950

    February 25, 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Addison Gallery of American Art

    In collaboration with Andover’s Memorial Hall Library, Addison curator Allison Kemmerer will lead a tour of Gordon Parks: The New Tide, offering a discussion of the works and themes presented. The tour is free, but space is limited. Please register online at www.mhl.org/events or call 978.623.8430.

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  10. Fish On! Andover 2020: Joe Gugino & Matt Zimmermann of Why Knot Fishing

    February 25, 2020, 7:00 PM - 8:45 PM @ MHL - The Hall

    The Why Knot Fishing Group duo, Joe Gugino and Matt Zimmermann return to share their extensive knowledge. Why Knot Fishing was started a few years ago by Joe and Matt - just a couple of young guys stoked on fishing and looking for a way to share that vibe. Since then, Why Knot has grown steadily as a community through hosting events, industry networking, and goodwill outreach. Why Knot's reason for being has always been to elevate and share all of the "good stuff" we find in the fishing world. Today, Why Knot has evolved into an event marketing company. They activate fishing related event and give people unique opportunities to interact with each other and engage with the fishing industry.

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  11. Digital Detox Book Discussion

    February 27, 2020, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ MHL - The Hall

    Join us to discuss the book, Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World, by Cal Newport.

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  12. Proof

    February 27, 2020, 7:30 PM @ Rogers Center for the Arts

    The Pulitzer prize winning play... Written by David Auburn Directed by Evan Kelly A young woman copes with the death of her brilliant but mentally unstable father, her meddlesome sister, and the affections of a young student who seeks a valuable work in her father’s notebooks. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play also examines a more perplexing problem: Will the young woman inherit her father’s brilliance, or his madness? NOTE: The theater will be re-configured for this production. Seating is strictly limited. General Admission only A Department of Visual and Performing Arts Production

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  13. Proof

    February 28, 2020, 7:30 PM @ Rogers Center for the Arts

    The Pulitzer prize winning play... Written by David Auburn Directed by Evan Kelly A young woman copes with the death of her brilliant but mentally unstable father, her meddlesome sister, and the affections of a young student who seeks a valuable work in her father’s notebooks. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play also examines a more perplexing problem: Will the young woman inherit her father’s brilliance, or his madness? NOTE: The theater will be re-configured for this production. Seating is strictly limited. General Admission only A Department of Visual and Performing Arts Production

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  14. Upstairs, Downstairs Tour

    February 29, 2020, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Andover Center for History & Culture

    Join us for a special tour through the 200-year old Amos Blanchard House, home to the Andover Center for History and Culture. Tour, not just the period rooms, but also through the private “off-limits” areas. We’ll venture to third floor rooms where collection items are stored. Go behind the closed doors of work spaces & storage spaces. You’ll hear about the history and architectural details of the house and stories of the Blanchard family and the other residents of the house. Registration is required: Limited to 2 - 10 guests.

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  15. Proof

    February 29, 2020, 2:00 PM @ Rogers Center for the Arts

    The Pulitzer prize winning play... Written by David Auburn Directed by Evan Kelly A young woman copes with the death of her brilliant but mentally unstable father, her meddlesome sister, and the affections of a young student who seeks a valuable work in her father’s notebooks. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play also examines a more perplexing problem: Will the young woman inherit her father’s brilliance, or his madness? $10 Each $8 Seniors, Students, Alumni, Military NOTE: The theater will be re-configured for this production. Seating is strictly limited. General Admission only A Department of Visual and Performing Arts Production

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  16. Proof

    February 29, 2020, 7:30 PM @ Rogers Center for the Arts

    The Pulitzer prize winning play... Written by David Auburn Directed by Evan Kelly A young woman copes with the death of her brilliant but mentally unstable father, her meddlesome sister, and the affections of a young student who seeks a valuable work in her father’s notebooks. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play also examines a more perplexing problem: Will the young woman inherit her father’s brilliance, or his madness? NOTE: The theater will be re-configured for this production. Seating is strictly limited. General Admission only A Department of Visual and Performing Arts Production

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