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Refreshments provided. Suggested donation $15. Advaita Meditation Center, 28 Worcester Ln, Waltham. 781-647-0020.

Women’s Self-Care Working Group – 7-9pm. 1st Wed. An exploration of how to nurture and nourish yourself, and fit it into the schedule. Includes time for sharing with the group as well as time for instruction and practical application. $25/ suggested fee. CommonWealth Center for Herbal Medicine, 25 Saint Mary’s Court, Brookline. 617- 750-5274.

Dance Freedom – 7:30-10:30pm. The oldest continually running weekly barefoot dance in the world. Live DJ music, a great workout, lots of fun and lots of interesting people to meet. Recharge and renew in a joyous, positive, drug- and alcohol- free environment. $10-$20 sliding scale. First Congregational Church, 11 Garden St, Cambridge, MA. 617-312-3039.

Online Radio Meditation Music and Yoga Chats – 9-10pm. New, free meditation music radio show on-line streaming at 504-235-1558.

Zumba – 6:30-7:30pm. Benefit mentally, emo- tionally and physically from the dance workout that has caused such a sensation all over the world. $100/10 classes, $12/walk-in. Corpbasics Fitness & Training Club, 73 Bow St, Somerville. 617-968-1695.

Hatha Yoga Class – 7-8pm. Suitable for all lev- els; beginners welcome. Bring a towel and water and a mat if have one. Mats available for use if needed. $15/drop-in, $104/8 wks. A Pilates Fitness and Yoga Studio, 681 Main St, Ste 339, Waltham. 617-750-8599.

Observatory Night – 7:30-9:30pm. 3rd Thurs. A non-technical lecture and telescopic observing from the observatory roof if weather permits. Free. Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, 60 Garden St, Cambridge. 617-495- 7461.

9pm. 1st Fri. Sign up to play, or come and listen to talented local performers. Free. Jam’n Java, 594 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington. ArlOpenMic.

Friday Night Cooking Series – 6:30-9:30pm. Join us for a night of conversation, anecdotes and fun, and a detailed cooking demonstration. See website for specifics by week. $61. Cambridge Center for Adult Education, 56 Brattle St, Cam- bridge.

Glass Beadmaking – 6:30-9:30pm. An evening of glass, friends and wine. Spend 3 hrs in one of our studios to experience an introductory taste of working with hot glass in glassblowing and bead making. $75. Diablo Glass School, 123 Terrace St, Boston. 617-442-7444.

Anusara Inspired Yoga – Thru Sept 13. 9:30- 11am. Explore Anusara’s Universal Principles of Alignment to awaken, align, and move into an uplifted state of being. See rates on website. Samadhi Yoga Studio, 796 Beacon St, Newton Center. 617-243-0034.

Boston/Prudential Center Winter Farmers’ Market – 11am-5pm. Inside the Prudential Center Mall, Belvedere Arcade near the post office. 800 Boylston St, Boston.

Nia with Maria Skinner – 8-9am. Nia is the first cardio workout to combine martial arts, dance, and healing arts. An evolutionary approach to fitness and self-healing in a body. An acclaimed practice for over 25 years which is based on the science of the body. A fun, creative pathway to health and well-being, regardless of age or physi- cal condition. $16/drop-in, $60/5 consecutive classes. Groton Wellness Medical Center, 493- 495 Main St, Groton. 978-449-9919. Groton

The Family Walking Program – 9:30am. Take a healthy walk through the mall in a safe, climate controlled environment for both parent and child. Spend time with other parents while your chil- dren make new friends and learn the benefits of regular exercise. Meet near Carter’s. Watertown Mall, 550 Arsenal St, Watertown. 617-926-4968.

Health Lecture Series – 10am. 1st Fri. An infor- mative discussion for parents and caregivers on a variety of parent and child related topics such as: nutrition, behavior, community resources and more. Held in the Old Country Buffet, Watertown Mall, 550 Arsenal St, Watertown. 617-926-4968.

Blood Pressure Screenings – 10am-12pm. Free blood pressure screenings on the 1st Fri each month in front of the Old Country Buffet. Water- town Mall, 550 Arsenal St, Watertown. 617-926- 4968.

Free Basic Beading Class – 11:30am-12:30pm. A great opportunity to get started in beading. Learn the difference between different beads, stringing materials and findings. Free. Life’s A Bead, 404 Trapelo Rd, Belmont. 617-489-7222.

Free Rolfing Sessions for Veterans – Thru Apr 13. 3-8pm. 2nd Fri. A hands-on participatory approach to rebalancing the body which is help- ful for healing from physical and psychological trauma. By appointment only. Free. Boston Body Balance, 2557 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge. 617-308-7104.

Second Fridays Free – 5-8pm. Free evening at the MIT Museum on the 2nd Fri each month. Mingle with friends in the unique galleries and see some of the latest research coming out of MIT. MIT Museum, 265 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge. 617-253-5927.

Jam’n Java Open Mic and Coffeehouse – 6:30- 36 Boston |

Saturday Morning Yoga – 7-8:30am. Gentle beginner-level yoga class held in a sunlit room in a lovely historic house led by trained instructor, Keith Herndon. Advaita Meditation Center, 28 Worcester Ln, Waltham. 781-647-0020. Advaita-

Yoga Class – 7:30-8:45am. Stop by for a slow- paced, conscious flow through a morning yoga series. Afterwards, walk around the studio to see the events and offerings within this community. $18. Samadhi Integral Studio, 796 Beacon St, Newton Centre.

Tai Chi – 8-9am. A complete physical condi- tioner, a healthy and regenerative exercise, a way to longevity, a self-defense art and a philosophical way of life that brings harmony and balance. Gro- ton Wellness Medical Center, 493-495 Main St, Groton. 978-449-9919.

Somerville Winter Farmers’ Market – Thru May. 9:30am-2:30pm. Designed to increase ac- cess to healthy and local foods during the winter months. Center for the Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Ave, Somerville. 617-718-2191.

Broga II Power – 10-10:45am. High energy, Broga flow class. Good for those ready for a great workout. Familiarity with Broga or yoga recommended, but not required. $100/10 classes, $15/drop-in. The Center for Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Ave, Somerville. 617-207-9374.

Cambridge Winter Farmers’ Market – Thru April. 10am-2pm. Offering fresh fruits and veg- etables and other local goodies all winter long. Cambridge Community Center, 5 Callender St, Cambridge. 617-547-6811. CambridgeWinter

Broga I Chill – 12-12:45pm. Energetic, fun, chal- lenging, but set to a chill, accessible pace. Perfect for Broga or yoga newbies or those interested in focusing on fundamentals. $100/10 classes, $15/drop-in. The Center for Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Ave, Somerville. 617-207-9374.

Taiji Movement and Push Hands – 12-2pm. Heal the body, calm the mind and develop abil- ity. This class surveys joint opening, loosening, standing, form and push hands. Dress in non- restrictive, modest clothing. Free. Forth Presbyte- rian Church, 340 Dorchester St, Boston. 617-268- 1281.

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