Evening and Weekend Events

Starting Wednesday, April 3rd,  the COA will be open 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM!!!! We are piloting extended hours just on Wednesdays through September 18th.  

*Please note on Wednesday, July 3rd, our office will close at 4:00 PM and our office will be closed on Wednesday, June 19th.

Check out these exciting night programs on the following  days:

Wolverine Jazz Band
April 3rd – 5:30 p.m.

John Clark has played professionally in the Boston area with numerous traditional jazz and big bands, including the Happy Feet Dance Orchestra, Commonwealth Jazz, the New Black Eagle Jazz Band, and the Paramount Jazz Band of Boston. Clark also regularly appears with The Dave Whitney Orchestra, The Swing Legacy, High Society Orchestra, and The Mood Elevators, among others. Max: 60

Grace Etzkorn Vocalist
April 10th – 5:30 p.m.

Originally from Chicago, Grace moved to Boston just over 3 years ago and is thrilled to call it home. Her talents have taken her across the country with notable performances including “Annie” & “Kate” on the 30th Anniversary National Tour of Annie, a recurring role as “Sophie” on NBC’s Chicago Fire, and on Broadway stages as the Illinois-Best Actress at the esteemed Jimmy Awards on the Minskoff Stage. Max: 60

Patrick Hayden Guitarist
April 17th – 5:30 p.m.

Patrick Hayden is a guitarist and vocalist from Newton Massachusetts. He is in several bands that play everything from classic rock ‘n’ roll to acoustic/vocal quartet music from all eras. As a solo artist, Patrick performs classic rock, modern pop, as well as standards from the Sinatra age. As a lifelong salesman, Patrick believes in connecting with his audience and is very good at interacting with his listeners and creating a musical bond with them. Max: 60

Love Letters from the Front
April 24th – 5:30 p.m.

Bob DiCicco will share stories of life, love and loss as told through letters and music of World War II. Actual letters are read aloud from loved ones to the GI’s, and songs are performed during the war years (1940-1945). "Chattanooga Choo-Choo," "You’ll Never Know," "Sentimental Journey," and "I’ll Be Seeing You" etc. Max: 60


Please call the COA to register at 781-235-3961.