Weekend Agenda: Flamenco Guitar, a Winter Drama Festival, Healthy Living Lecture and Fencing

A handful of events to consider before filling in your weekend planner.

An interactive healthy living lecture will be held Saturday at South Acton Congregational Church. Courtesy image
An interactive healthy living lecture will be held Saturday at South Acton Congregational Church. Courtesy image

The weekend is nearly here, and you’ve got no idea what you’re going to do. Well, Patch is coming to the rescue with your best bets for the done-work-outta-here time.

Check out our picks for activities you won’t want to miss this weekend: 

1. CCM Faculty Concert, Guitarist Juanito Pascual
Where/When: West Concord Union Church, 1317 Main St., Concord; 7 p.m., Friday, Jan. 10 
Why Go: 
Because the noted Flamenco guitarist and composer Juanito Pascual will perform at the Concord Conservatory of Music's Faculty Concert. 
Pricing: Free 

2. Acme Theater's New Works Winter Festival 2014
Where/When: ArtSpace Maynard, 61 Summer St., Maynard; 8 p.m., Friday, Jan. 10 and Saturday, Jan. 11
Why Go: 
It's the 13th annual New Works Winter Festival, featuring the work of local playwrights, actors and directors. 
Pricing: $18 for adults, $16 for seniors/students and $16 each for groups of 10-plus

3. Interactive Healthy Living Lecture
Where/When: South Acton Congregational Church, 35 School St., Acton; 7 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 11 
Why Go: 
In this interactive lecture on New Year's Resolutions, Linsey Hurley, a holistic health counselor, share some ideas for bringing better health into your New Year. 
Pricing: $5 per person 

4. 8th Annual CCHS Fencing Invitational
Where/When: Concord Carlisle High School, 500 Walden St., Concord; 9 a.m., Sunday, Jan. 12
Why Go: 
Because how often do you have the chance to see a high school fencing tournament? 
Pricing: Free 

5. Musketaquid Winter Wild Walk 
Where/When: Concord Land Conservation Trust French’s Meadow; 1 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 12 
Why Go: 
To join Lydia Rogers and Bob Metcalfe for wildlife animal tracking in and around Concord Land Trust conservation areas to observe clues of the many animals that quietly make a living closeb y, including tracks or signs of coyote, red fox, fisher, deer, otter, beaver and others.


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