Friday, March 23

2 p.m. Nazi reenactors: SS Deutschland New England World War II reenactors hold their “Dunbarton Tactical Event” at 1121 Montalona Road, Dunbarton, New Hampshire. Continues through Sunday. “SS Deutschland is not affiliated with, or sympathetic to any militia group or Neo-Nazi organization,” they write on their website.

7 p.m. Music: Scorched Ear #3: extreme, polluted underground music for all at First Parish Church, Cambridge.

7:30 p.m. Theater: Bread & Puppet Theater performs “The Basic Bye-bye Show” at the Sprinkler Factory, Worcester.

Saturday, March 24
10 a.m. Printing: “Hot Metal Emoji!” at the Museum of Printing, Haverhill. “Using the Museum’s collection of Ludlow brass matrices, cast an image on a ‘slug’ from our hot metal caster and then head into the Letterpress Studio to make a print to take home.”

10 a.m. Sheep: Woolapalooza celebration of sheep at Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm, Lincoln, Mass.

11 a.m. Protest: March for Our Lives: Boston march from Madison Park School at 75 Malcolm X Boulevard to Boston Common, where a rally will begin at 2 p.m. “We, the students of March for Our Lives: Boston, are joining students across the country to demand that our lives are prioritized over access to guns.”

11 a.m. Counterprotest: Defend the 2nd Amendment rally by Resist Marxism, Patriotic groups, and ALL 2A supporters “to show that we will defend our right to keep and bear arms.” At Boston Common.

11 a.m. Food: Våffeldagen – Waffle Day 2018 hosted by Scandinavian Cultural Center at 206 Waltham St., West Newton.

1 p.m. Protest: March for Our Lives-Rhode Island at Rhode Island State House, Providence.

8 p.m. Soul: “When James Brown Saved Boston” 50th anniversary concert featuring James Brown Band front man Tony Wilson a.k.a. “Young James Brown” at Regent Theatre, Arlington.

8 p.m. Puppets: Puppet Showplace Slam: World Day of Puppetry Edition at Puppet Showplace Theater, Brookline.

8 p.m. Rap: Oompa featuring Bethlehem The Producer at Cholmondeley’s Coffee House, Waltham.

Sunday, March 25

10 a.m. Nature: March Urban Nature Walk at Leverett Pond, Brookline.

2 p.m. Kids Books: Junot Diaz will read from his first book for children, “Islandborn,” at Boston Public Library, Copley Square.

3:30 p.m Family Entertainment: Hi-fi Monk: The Family Show with music by Hi Fi Monk, Toussaint the Liberator, and Foundation Movement at 343 Medford St., Somerville.

4 p.m. Photography: Lou Jones speaks about his panAFRICAproject at Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester.

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Tuesday, March 27

8 a.m. Protest: Court hearing for “West Roxbury Resisters” of the West Roxbury pipeline project at West Roxbury District Court, Jamaica Plain, Boston.

9:45 a.m. Protest: No Money for ICE – Senate Vote Response Action at U.S. Immigration Courts at the JFK Federal Building, Boston.

4:45 p.m. Protest: Picket for Mayli at Harvard’s Smith Campus Center, Cambridge. Demanding the reinstatment of a Harvard Health Services worker that protest organizers allege was “fired by Harvard for reporting sexual harassment and racist abuse on the job.”

Wednesday, March 28

Noon: Queer Comics: “Alison Bechdel’s Vermont: A Queer Regionalism” talk at Fleming Museum of Art, Burlington, Vermont.

6:30 p.m. Storytelling: “A Gathering of Elder Tellers” at Haley House Bakery Café, Roxbury, Boston.

7 p.m. Poetry: Improbable Places Poetry reading at Modern Millie’s, Salem, Massachusetts.

Thursday, March 29

5 p.m. Art: Reception for “A bird I do not know” Art Installation by Jane Marsching about the (apparently) extinct Eskimo curlew at Babson College’s Hollister Gallery, Wellesley.

6:30 p.m. Slam Poetry: The Fourth Annual Grudge Match Poetry Slam in which poets from the House Slam at the Haley House Bakery Café and the Boston Poetry Slam compete at Oberon, Cambridge.

6:30 p.m. Caribbean Carnival: “Cambridge Carnival Community Forum — Our Vision for the Next 25 Years” at Cambridge Public Library’s Central Square Branch.

7 p.m. History: Labor History Tour plus Shey Rivera and Sweetpea Pumpkin at Slater Mill Historic Site, Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

7 p.m. Feminism: Women in Public Art in Boston: Talk by Mary Smoyer at Loring-Greenough House, Jamaica Plain, Boston.

7:30 p.m. Theater: “A Story Beyond,” workshop showing by Liars & Believers at Boston Center for the Arts.

8:30 p.m. Music: Kyle Craft with Grace Givertz at Great Scott, Allston, Boston.

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