April 2022 Events Calendar

April 2022 Events Calendar

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Saturday, April 2nd

The 2022 Artrageous Exhibition

Sunday, April 3rd

THE GUIDE – Fundraise for Ukraine Through Film

Thursday, April 7th

Blue Man Group

Friday, April 8th

The Wizard of Oz

Saturday, April 9th

A Classical Concert for Caroline

Sunday, April 10th

Boston Symphony Chamber Players

Monday, April 11th

Daryl Hall and the Daryl’s House Band

Wednesday, April 13th

Lorde: Solar Power Tour

Thursday, April 14th

Symphony Hall: Rands, Debussy, Beethoven

Sunday, April 17th

Art by the Waterfront Tour 

Monday, April 18th

Patriot’s Day Parade | Boston Marathon

Sunday, April 24th

Olmsted and America’s Urban Parks Film Screening and Discussion

Monday, April 25th

The 9th Annual Boston Design Week

Saturday, April 30th

Boston Lyric Opera Presents Hamlet

News Notes


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Coming Soon

An arts and vintage market is coming to Harvard Square this summer. The market will operate every Sunday from June 5-Oct. 20between Mass. Ave + Brattle Street. Vendor applications open todayon the New England Open Markets website.


The MBTA board approved fare changes, which are set to begin in July. Changes include more free transfers for bus, subway, and express bus services + a price reduction for single day LinkPasses (from $12.75 to $11). An MBTA official estimated the changes could benefit around 172,000 riders. (WBUR)

Looking to visit the Midwest? Bostonians are in luck. On Sunday, JetBlue launched two daily nonstop flights to Milwaukee and Kansas City from Boston. (Boston.com)


Boston’s Air Pollution Control Commission approved the first phase of regulations for the Building Emissions Reduction and Disclosure Ordinance 2.0, which aims to reduce Boston’s carbon emissions more than 60% by 2050. This phase sets guidelines for buildings’ requirements to report emissions, energy consumption, and water usage data. (Boston.com)


The Northeast has nshortage of stunning scenic spots, and two from Massachusetts made it onto a recent list by AAA. The company highlighted the Berkshires as a “premier destination for fall foliage” + Aquinnah Cliffs on Martha’s Vineyard for its unique clay formation and trails. (Boston.com)


19.8%. That’s the percentage of Massachusetts’ population that claims Irish ancestry, which is roughly double the national population percentage of 9.7%. The Bay State is the second most Irish state, just behind New Hampshire (20.2% Irish). (Boston.com)

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April 2022 Events Calendar