Three ideas to help you plan your weekend:
Saturday, the Milldam will be a hive of activity starting with the move of the historic Caesar Robbins house from Bedford Street where it has stood for decades, to the Minute Man National Historical Park on Monument Street. The house’s owners said the house will be loaded on a flatbed truck starting at about 6 a.m. Then beginning at 8 a.m., the house will take a 2.2 mile journey through Concord Center to its new site. For more details, go here. Stand along the route and wave as it passes by.
At the Emerson Umbrella, get your rock on for the Jay Geils All-Star Jazz & Blues Revue one-night-only performance at 8 p.m. showcasing rock legend Jay Geils; award-winning jazz guitarist Gerry Beaudoin; two-time Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Fred Lipsius from Blood, Sweat and Tears; and multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Doug Bell from the Bellvue Cadillacs. The band is rounded out by Gerard Beaudoin on vibes, Les Harris Jr. on drums, and Jesse Williams on bass. Tickets $25 / $15 student; premium seating with pre-show reception, $75. Click here to purchase tickets online.
The Concord Art Association is holding its 13th annual fundraiser, Paint the Town, a silent and live auction to raise money for its educational programs. The silent auction starts at 6 p.m. at 37 Lexington Road, and the live auction, emceed by Douglas Stimson, gets underway at 8:15 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Visit www.concordart.org to see the work up for auction.
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