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Lexington Community Farm Programs (4/15)

Lexington Community Farm is offering programs on the farm every day of April Break (April 15-19). We’ll be hosting lots of great programs about seeds, gardening, and nature. Join us for programs designed for families like Seed Starting, Bird Walks, Garden Planning, and more! Check our education page […]

ABCL Presents Jazz on a Summer’s Day (4/20)

Please join ABCL on Saturday, April 20, 3pm-4:30 at Cary Library in the Large Meeting Room to watch Jazz on a Summer’s Day. Snacks will be available for your enjoyment. Jazz on a Summer’s Day is a concert film about the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival. The film features […]

One Teacher in Ten Community Discussion (4/25)

April 25, 6:30-8:00pm Community Discussion (Free) Lexington Depot (13 Depot Square) Sponsored by the Lexington Community Coalition Talk with LGBTQ+ educators, parents and students about their experiences and good practices for fostering diversity, equity and inclusion (pre-K to college). Our community discussion will feature: Asa Sevelius (he/him/his), pre-K […]

Lexington Debate Institute (4/24)

The Lexington Debate Institute is back for a third summer! Designed for students entering 6th-9th grade, our two-week summer sessions will take place from July 15 – July 26 and July 29 – August 9, each weekday 9am-4pm at Lexington High School. We will also hold one-week sessions […]

Library After Dark (5/11)

The Cary Memorial Library Foundation presents: Library After Dark—LHS’s Got Talent! …showcasing the outstanding young musicians of Lexington High School. Come enjoy jazz, a Capella, chamber—and even ukulele—ensembles, as well as select soloists. Did you know that Lexington High School has been nationally recognized for its commitment to […]


After School Transportation With school bus registration already underway for next school year, you may be thinking about your after school transportation needs. With stops throughout Lexington, Lexpress can help your family get to and from after school activities. Never used Lexpress? It’s a locally-funded bus service that […]


Time to play outside! The Lexington United Soccer Club (LUSC) offers many opportunities for kids to get outside and play soccer this spring. Register your K-2nd grader to have a blast playing soccer with friends Saturday mornings at Diamond. And don’t stop there, take advantage of the clinics […]

Lexington Symphony: Fresh Perceptions (5/30)

Our next concert is just around the corner! Fresh Perceptions features three works that disrupted the musical conventions of their time. Prokofiev’s The Prodigal Sonevocatively narrates the biblical tale of rebellion and forgiveness, while the luxurious, sweeping melodies of Franck’s Symphony in D minor build to a magnificent […]

Lexington Fife and Drum Muster (5/4)

The William Diamond Junior Fife and Drum Corps will host a Fife & Drum Muster from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at the Minute Man Historical Park in Lexington. The event features a parade, colonial vendors, re-enactors and performances by 30 fife and drum […]