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  1. Nashoba Valley Technical High School Open House

    November 4, 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Nashoba Valley Technical High School

    Nashoba Valley Technical High School will host their Annual Open house on Sunday, November 4th from 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. for prospective students, family members, alumni and the community. Tour 20 technical pathways, learn more about academics, athletics, clubs and more! Come and Reimagine Technical Education! Call 978-692-4711 ext.11123 or email kcallahan@nashobatech.net for more details. Explore the possibilities! www.NashobaTech.net

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  2. 'Mischlinge Exposé': Multimedia Performance by Pianist Carolyn Enger

    November 4, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Chelmsford Center for the Arts

    Carolyn Enger’s Mischlinge Exposé weaves a multimedia tapestry around a little-known aspect of the Holocaust: the Mischlinge, a derogatory Nazi term for "half-Jews." This many-layered presentation, which combines music, art, literature, and film, brings to light the stories of mischlinge and German-Jewish converts to Christianity before, during, and after the Holocaust. Woven richly into the tapestry are audio and video testimony of Carolyn's father and godmother, both classified by the Nazis as Grade A mischlinge, and music that Carolyn brings alive on the piano. Along with music from four German-Jewish-born composers including Felix Mendelssohn and Arnold Schoenberg, and two Israeli composers, there is a recently commissioned work by Bruce Adolphe. Congregation Shalom is sponsoring this concert to mark 80 years since Kristallnacht. Proceeds will benefit Facing History and Ourselves. Since space is limited, reservations to Congregation Shalom are strongly advised.

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