- 300th Anniversary Concert - May 27, 2013
- Old-Time Baseball Game and Clinic - May 26, 2013
- Clock and Time Capsule Dedications - Saturday, May 25, 2013
- Patriots' Day Parade - April 14, 2013
- Incorporation Day Town-wide Bell Ringing March 31, 2013
- LexCelebrate! Incorporation Weekend - March 16-17, 2013>
- Musical Fashion Revue - October 27, 2012>
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These events are either free of charge and open to the public on a space available basis, or, if a fee is charged, the fee goes directly to support the official events of the Lexington 300th Anniversary Celebration Committee.
These events are being run by private organizations and feature the 300th Anniversary as part of the program or theme. A fee may be charged by these organizations and proceeds from these events are used by private organizations for their own benefit.
September 2012 - May 2013
Throughout the 300th, "Snapshots of Lexington". An exhibit of photos from throughout Lexington's history, rotated on a monthly basis, displayed in the windows of CVS, presented by the Lexington Historical Society.
Throughout the 300th, The Minute Man National Historical Park will present a number of historical lectures and programs and encourage visitors to come and explore the Park.
Throughout the 300th, LexMedia will air "Lexington Remembers", a series of television interviews of Lexingtonians who talk about their life in Lexington and the various events and activities they have witnessed over the years.
21-23 - "Art-A-Blooming" display of art and floral interpretations by the Lexington Field and Garden Club and the Lexington Arts & Crafts Society held at the Arts and Crafts Building, 130 Waltham Street, from 11:00 to 4:00 each day.
21 - Prom-manaders 60th Anniversary Celebration, Embassy Suites, Waltham
23 - Lexington Symphony Opening 300th Concert, Cary Hall
30 - Maria Hastings Elementary School PTA Hastings Harvest 5K Run/Walk
7 - Opening of exhibit "Signs of the Times". Vintage Lexington signs displayed at Buckman Tavern through May, 2013, presented by the Lexington Historical Society.
7 - "If These Walls Could Speak..." Jacob Whittemore House, Rte. 2A, Lexington, presented by the Minute Man National Historical Park
3 - Master Singers of Lexington present "Soprano and Chorus:
Dedicated to the Town of Lexignton Celebrating 300 Years!"
4 - Friends of Cary Library Christopher Bing and "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere.
14 - Lexington Education Foundation Trivia Bee, Cary Hall
2 - William Diamond Fife & Drum Holiday Concert, Cary Hall
16 - Lexington Chorale Concert, Brookhaven
18/19 - Lexington Pops Chorus
- 300th Concert, Hancock Church
t.b.a. - DAR Genealogy Workshops
2, Cary Lecture Series presents Jill LaPore speaking about Benjamin Franklin's sister at Cary Memorial Hall, 1605 Massachusetts Ave.
31, at 5:13 p.m. (17:13 military time) Lexington Interfaith Clergy Association member congregations will ring their
bells in honor of the exact date of Lexington's incorporation
19 - Community Therapeutic Day School - Guided tours of its property, formerly the Parker Homestead given by Captain John
Parker a/k/a Bill Poole.
28 - Lexington Inter-Faith Clergy Association - Open Doors, Houses of Worship
1-31 Lexington Tourism Committee, Revolutionary Revelry, Locations Throughout Lexington
25 - Retailers' Association - Discovery Day