Friday, Feb. 16

10 a.m. Art: “Georges Rouault: Le Cirque” and “Barbara Morgan: Dancing Atoms” exhibitions begin at Saint Anselm College, Manchester, New Hampshire. The exhibits continue through May 5.

12:30 p.m. Feminism: “Our Bodies, Ourselves 2018” talk by founding “Our Bodies, Ourselves” co-Authors Judy Norsigian and Paula Doress-Worters about the present-day mission of OBOS and the history of the radical feminist text on women’s bodies and health. At Brandeis University, Waltham.

6 p.m. Art: Reception for “Stitch: Syntax / Action / Reaction,” New Art Center, Newton, Feb. 16 to March 24.

7:30 p.m. Film: “Black Boston Night Out: Black Panther Black Out Experience,” screening of “Black Panther” at Regal Fenway, Boston, followed by dance party. Hosted by LiteWork Events, The Collier Connection and Boston Young Black Professionals.

8 p.m. Theater: “Winter Solstice” by Apollinaire Theatre Company at Chelsea Theatre Works, Chelsea, Feb. 16 to March 10.

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Saturday, Feb. 17

9 a.m. Nature: Merrimack River Eagle Festival 2018 at Joppa Flats Education Center, Newburyport, Massachusetts.

10 a.m. Science: 22nd Annual NEMES New England Model Engineering Show at Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation, Waltham.

10:30 a.m. Activism: Wee The People leads “Little Voices Big Change: Black Lives Matter,” a workshop of “kid-powered resistance with our social justice storytime,” at the North End Branch of the Boston Public Library.

11 a.m. Art: “Rachel Howard: Paintings of Violence (Why I am not a mere Christian)” exhibition begins at MassMoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts.

7 p.m. Drone: “Drone Night V: Dream a Little Dream of Drone” at the Hearing Room, Lowell.

8 p.m. Funk: George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic: Mardi Gras Madness Tour at House of Blues Boston.

8 p.m. Music: Porches at Brighton Music Hall, Boston.

Sunday, Feb. 18

10:30 a.m. Festival: Tet in Boston 2018 – Day Festival at Boston College High School, Boston.

1 p.m. Art: “Boundaries” opening reception at Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockland.

7 p.m. Music: X Ambassadors and Now, Now at House of Blues, Boston.

7:30 p.m. Music: Pvris at the Strand in Providence.

9 p.m. Music: Launch party for Disgraceland, a rock n roll true crime podcast, at the Automatic, Cambridge. With music by Will Dailey, Carissa Johnson, Dutch ReBelle and DJ Pharmasuitable.

Monday, Feb. 19

10 a.m. Gorillas: Little Joe’s 25th Birthday at Franklin Park Zoo.

Tuesday, Feb. 20

6 p.m. Arts: “Amplifying Voices: A Conversation with Leaders of Color” hosted by ArtsBoston at Boston Center for the Arts.

6 p.m. Activism: Protest of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel at Harvard University.

7:30 p.m. Theater: “Waitress” at Boston Opera House.

Wednesday, Feb. 21

5:30 p.m. Art: “Unraveling” performance by Sonya Clark in which she “unmakes, thread by thread” a Confederate battle flag with museum visitors at Mead Art Museum, Amherst, Massachusetts.

6 p.m. Art: “Those Who Remained: Southern Black Art from the Barrett Collection,” a talk by Aleesa Alexander at Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge.

6 p.m. Art: “How Do I Look” exhibition opening reception at Atlantic Wharf, Boston.

7:15 p.m. Poetry: Slam Team Semifinal at the Boston Poetry Slam at Cantab Lounge, Cambridge.

Thursday, Feb. 22

10:30 a.m. Activism: Wee The People leads “Wee Wear the Crowns! Celebrating Black History and Identity” at Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts.

11 a.m. Art: “Fra Angelico: Heaven on Earth” exhibition debuts at Gardner Museum, Boston. Continues through May 20.

6 p.m. Puppets: “American Puppet Modernism: The Early 20th Century” exhibition reception at Ballard Institute and Museum of Poetry at Storrs, Connecticut.

7 p.m. Photography: “Respeto/Respect -Chiapas Photography Project, México” exhibition reception at Coolidge Corner Library, Brookline.

Friday, Feb. 23

10 a.m. Art: “The Robbers: German Art in a Time of Crisis” at Portland Museum of Art, Maine. Continues through July 15.

10 a.m. Art: “From the Loom of a Goddess: Reverberations of Guatemalan Maya Weaving” at RISD Museum, Providence.

1 p.m. Nature? “Abominable Snowman Tracking” at Fruitlands Museum, Harvard, Massachusetts.

6 p.m. Festival: Winterfest in downtown Lowell, Massachusetts. Continues through Feb. 24.

7 p.m. Music: “XFest 2018,” festival of improvised sound, video and movement, at Dorchester Art Project, Boston. Continues through Feb. 25.

8 p.m. Music: Hayley Thompson-King at City Winery, Boston.

8 p.m. Theater: Virginia Woolf’s “Orlando” debuts at Lyric Stage, Boston. Continues through March 25.

9 p.m. Music: Van Nostrand Sisters, Avi Jacob, Proper Lovers, James Downes at Psychic Readings, Providence.

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