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Top Events -- April 15

APR. 16-17: DAMARISCOTTA, MAINE Sustainable Living Expo. Come to the Central Lincoln County YMCA and learn more about conserving our precious resources. Vendors, organic cafe, and kids’ play area. 207-832-5584;

APR. 16: MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT Chris Brubeck’s Triple Play. Enjoy blues, rock, and jazz at Town Hall Theater, with Chris Brubeck on bass, trombone, piano, and vocals; Joel Brown on guitar and vocals; and Peter “Madcat” Ruth on harmonica and vocals. 802-388-0216;

APR. 17: MONTPELIER, VERMONT Best of the Big Apple. Four celebrated New York City chamber musicians perform Schubert, Beethoven, and Amy Beach at Unitarian Church. 802-476-8188;

APR. 18: NEW BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT Jupiter String Quartet. Performing at South Church in a program featuring Haydn, Janacek’s Kreutzer Sonata, and Cesar Franck’s Piano Quintet in F Minor with pianist David Westfall. A reception follows. 860-223-7555;

APR. 18: AUBURN, MAINELetters for Literacy Scrabble Fest. Show off your spelling skills! The Hilton Garden Inn hosts teams of up to four players in three rounds of team Scrabble, all to raise money for literacy projects. 207-333-6601 x1321;

APR. 19: HOPKINTON, MASSACHUSETTS Boston Marathon. Cheer on thousands of runners at the 114th event, 26 miles from Hopkinton to Boston’s Back Bay. 617-236-1652;

APR. 21: HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Mark Twain Seance. Commemorate the centenary of the great humorist’s death at the Mark Twain House & Museum. Performed by Todd Robbins, the program educates visitors about the spiritualism popular in middle-class America in the late 19th century. Plus, celebrated ghost investigator Lorraine Warren leads special tours. 860-247-0998;

APR. 9-25: PAWTUCKET, RHODE ISLAND “Thoroughly Modern Millie.” A musical presented by Rhode Island’s longest-running community theatre, now in its 89th season, at Jenks Auditorium. 401-726-6860;

APR. 10-MAY 2: BRISTOL, RHODE ISLAND Daffodil Days. Blithewold Mansion, Gardens and Arboretum hosts special exhibits and family activities in celebration of spring and the blooming of 50,000 gorgeous bulbs. 401-253-2707;

MAR. 2-JUNE 13: COS COB, CONNECTICUT A Stitch in Time. Visit the museum gallery of the Greenwich Historical Society and the Bush-Holley House to see more than 25 distinctive and colorful 19th-century quilts illustrating traditional patterns and town history. 203-869-6899,

MAR. 27-APR. 24: LENOX, MASSACHUSETTS Shakespeare and the Language That Shaped a World. A fast-paced, fun, and accessible introduction to the Bard for kids of all ages, followed by a hands-on workshop with the actors at Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre. 413-637-3353;

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