LEGO Center Reopens … and More!
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LEGO Discovery Center Reopens After Renovation
As of May 25, the LEGO Discovery Center in Assembly Square is open to the public again after a multi-million dollar renovation. The 43,000 square-foot space has a LEGO workshop, interactive play areas, a DUPLO park for younger visitors, and models of iconic Boston landmarks. More info here.
Somerville residents attended the City Council public hearing Thursday, May 25 to demand greater transparency around the city planning process for real estate development in their neighborhoods. Watch the hearing here.
Jazz Thursdays in Cambridge (Somervillians welcome)
In the next session of “Third Thursdays,” jazz quartet Dave Bryant and Friends will perform on Thursday, June 15 at 8 p.m. at the Harvard-Epworth United Methodist Church in Cambridge. Tickets are $10 at the door. This is the third concert in year two of the “Third Thursdays” series, which features free jazz in the Ornette Coleman approach. “Each month’s concert is a totally different experience, catapulting performers—and their listeners—out of their usual comfort zone with ear-catching transcendent musical moments.” More info here.
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