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Tours of an oceanfront property benefit Children’s Hospital

LARGER THAN LIFE — “Flight,” an exhibit of nine large-scale stainless steel birds by Haverhill sculptor Dale Rogers, is on display at Greenbelt’s headquarters at the Cox Reservation in Essex through Sept. 30.
LARGER THAN LIFE — “Flight,” an exhibit of nine large-scale stainless steel birds by Haverhill sculptor Dale Rogers, is on display at Greenbelt’s headquarters at the Cox Reservation in Essex through Sept. 30. Credit: Greenbelt

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For the next four weeks, The Concordia — Boston Magazine’s Design Home 2013 at 245 Humphrey St. in Swampscott — opens its doors to the public. Proceeds benefit the Peabody location of Boston’s Children Hospital. An exhibit highlighting 150 years of work and the workforce in America, as well as prominent industries in Haverhill, is at the Buttonwoods Museum of the Haverhill Historical Society through Oct. 6.

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