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Evanesce Sclerotherapy Varicose & Spider Vein Treatment
Evanesce Sclerotherapy is locally owned & operated by Shannon Benoit, RN, BSN, Sclerotherapist providing minimally invasive treatment to treat varicose & spider veins. The procedure causes the veins to shrink & eventually disappear. Visit the website for more info.
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The Town of Westford was founded in 1729 as a town and is located in the Middlesex County west of Lowell and north of Concord.

Common places to visit in the town are the Nashoba Valley Ski Area and two town beaches on spring fed ponds. The towns' recreational activities include tennis and golf courses as well as skate parks along with lacrosse and football teams and many others.

Every year the town gathers to have an Apple Blossom Festival in May with a parade and the crowning of an apple blossom queen. There is also a Strawberry Festival in June that includes superb craft fair and strawberry shortcake.

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DVClub Boston - Bruno Bratti Presents "AXI HW/SW Verification for FPGA"
Please join us on February 17th at the Westford Regency for a catered lunch, networking, and presentation by Bruno Bratti, Application Engineer at Wave Semiconductor. Bruno Bratti is a Principal Engineer at Wave Semiconductor. After graduating with an honors degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Waterloo he began his career at Avici Systems, as an ASIC Engineer. For the last 15 years Bruno has held various roles in both the EDA and ASIC industries, with a focus on Emulation and SOC Verification. "AXI HW/SW Verification for FPGA" With FPGA designs approaching SOC levels of complexity, AXI has become the leading interconnect for IP in large FPGA projects.  A significant portion of any AXI design involves software driving the interconnect. This presentation covers the basics of AXI and shows how to leverage DPI to verify the same software code in an FPGA as well as in simulation.  11:30am: Doors Open / Networking 12:00pm: Lunch / Presentation 1:00-1:30pm: Networking

When: Feb 17, 2016 11 AM in Westford, Massachusetts (Wed, 17 Feb 2016 11 )
3rd Annual Lucky Duck Regatta
Join us for a day of Family fun and games. Buy a duck for the duck regatta and you could win dinner for 2 ANY WHERE IN THE WORLD! The Lucky Duck Regatta and Family Fun Day is an annual fundraiser for the Westford - Littleton Community Crew Teams and AFSP's - Team Forever Young

When: Sep 24, 2016 9 AM to Sep 24, 2016 4 PMin Westford, Massachusetts
Cost: Entry is free, you can purchase bracelet for unlimited use of bounce houses and games. This is at the beach, pack your bags and spend the day. (Sat, 24 Sep 2016 09 )
2016 17th Annual Westford Road Race
When: May 1, 2016 12 AM to May 2, 2016 12 AMin Westford, Massachusetts (Sun, 01 May 2016 00 )
Gordon Lightfoot


When: Apr 12, 2016 8 PM in Westford, Massachusetts (Tue, 12 Apr 2016 20 )
Business Smart Workshop
Business Smart Workshop Westford Job Seekers is pleased to present a workshop developed specifically for the education and growth of current and aspiring entrepreneurs. The Business Smart Workshop will be presented on April 16, 2016 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at the J.V. Fletcher Library in Westford, MA. The goal of the workshop is to provide current and aspiring entrepreneurs with business knowledge and connect them to local support and resources. The workshop is free and was developed by the U.S. Small Business Administration and the National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders. The workshop will focus on: 1. Basics of business startup 2. Essentials of becoming credit-ready 3. How and where to find additional small business support and educational resources. There will also be guest speakers who will focus on specific aspects of starting your business. You'll need a Business Plan but how do you get started? Permits: what you need to know and how you apply. Social Media: what is it and how do you make it work for you? Marketing is only for big companies why should you be interested? We''ll also have a Q&A panel of local entrepreneurs who have volunteered to answer your questions.  Questions like: Why did you start your business? What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome? What mistakes did you make? What do you enjoy the most about running your own business? Plus any other questions you want answered. We are excited about this opportunity and hope you will take advantage of the knowledge being provided. If you've ever considered starting your own business but were discouraged, this is the educational experience you don’t want to miss. For more information contact Dina Kanabar - Head of Systems & Technical Services on 978-399-2308, at the J. V. Fletcher Library or visit our website: http://www.westfordlibrary.org/Pages/JVFletcherLibrary_Technologylibraries_job_seekers Refreshments will be provided by Westford Job Seekers and lunch will be provided courtesy of James Normington, Edward Jones Financial Advisors.  FAQs  Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? The workshop is free to the public. There are no ID requirements and there is no age requirement. Just bring your registration ticket. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? There is ample parking behind the J.V. Fletcher Library.  Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? For more information contact Dina Kanabar - Head of Systems & Technical Services on 978-399-2308, at the J.V. Fletcher Library in Westford, MA.  Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes you may transfer your registration/ticket.  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Please bring your ticket to the event. The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay? Yes that's fine you are very welcome to attend in place of the original attendee.

When: Apr 16, 2016 10 AM in Westford, Massachusetts (Sat, 16 Apr 2016 10 )
New England B2B Networking Group Event in Westford, MA
The New England B2B Networking Group will be hosting an exclusive networking event on March 4th in Westford, MA at Keller Williams Realty located at 3 Lan Drive. The event is from 8am to 9am with a $20.00 admission fee. Because space is limited to 10 people, with no overlap of professions, you must register on Eventbrite if you would like to attend. No walk in registration is available. Each person will receive a few minutes to discuss their business followed by open networking. Coffee will be served. The New England B2B events focus on the B2B or Commercial market. The types of professions that attend include, but are not limited to: realtors, mortgage officers, attorneys, cpa's, financial planners, payroll companies, commercial lenders, commercial realtors, commercial insurance, coaches, health insurance companies, marketing and IT companies, business coaches, internet service providers, printers, promotional products, recruiters, HR Firms, CFO for hire, mobile phone providers, tradesmen. If you don't see a ticket for your occupation please email me at Kevin@newenglandb2bnetworking.com The great thing about these events are the attendees change each month. There are no attendance requirements and you are always meeting new people. I would like to thank Keller Williams & Elaine Consalvo for hosting this event. Please visit her website at http://www.elaineconsalvo.com/ To learn more about the New England B2B Networking Group please and to see a list of upcoming events please visit our website at www.newenglandb2bnetworking.com  

When: Mar 4, 2016 8 AM in Westford, Massachusetts (Fri, 04 Mar 2016 08 )
Alconbury Dragons 2016 Reunion Party
This event began as a 20th reunion celebration for the class of '96, but we are welcoming all Dragon alumni, whether or not you graduated with us in June 1996. Hope to see you there!

When: Jun 25, 2016 5 PM in Westford, Massachusetts (Sat, 25 Jun 2016 17 )
Strawberries N Arts Festival
Strawberries N Arts Festival is happening on 18 Jun 2016 at Westford Town Common Westford, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Consumer Fairs & Carnivals industry.

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When: Jun 18, 2016 12 AM to Jun 19, 2016 12 AMin Westford, Massachusetts (Sat, 18 Jun 2016 00 )
New England Bridal Affair at Westford Regency
Join us at the New England Bridal Affair wedding expo . Meet Northshore's best in the Wedding Industry! register to attend at www.newenglandbridalaffair.com Only Lucky bride will win a trip to Paris France!

When: Feb 21, 2016 1 PM to Feb 21, 2016 3 PMin Westford, Massachusetts (Sun, 21 Feb 2016 13 )
Robotics Session During Winter Break of 2016
Robotics Winter Break Session Ages: Ages 9 to 14 Pre-requisites: None Class Description: In this session students will learn about different robotics kits like LEGO Mindstorms, VEX Robotics. Students are paired with each other and given an open ended challenge every day. Students are expected to be keen problem solvers and critical thinkers. Students are also expected to document their work and prepare a presentation each day to share with the rest of the class. Students who are new to robotics will be working only with the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 kit. New students will be taught all the basics of robotics during the first two days and the remainder of the days will be spent on solving open ended challenges. Class activities include: Making the Robot Move:Class Members will be challenged to design, build, and program robots that move using motors with rotation sensors. Class Members apply mathematics and science knowledge to create robots that measure distance and speed, move without using wheels, maximize power to move up an incline, and move and turn to create regular polygons. Class Members will also apply their knowledge of simple and complex machines and use ratios to describe proportional relationships. Making the Robot Smarter:Class Members are challenged to add sensors to their robots to control behavior and to measure, graph, and analyze sensor data. Class Members develop robots that use sensors that measure ambient and reflected light, distinguish specific colors, measure distance from an object, recognize a touch-sensor state (pressed or not pressed, or pressed and released), and measure angular displacement or rate of change. And more…

When: Feb 15, 2016 9 AM in Westford, Massachusetts (Mon, 15 Feb 2016 09 )
John Ferullo- don white
Opening for Don White at his annual trek to the hinterlands

When: Apr 30, 2016 7 PM in Westford, Massachusetts (Sat, 30 Apr 2016 19 )
"Divorce Matters for You!" - Westford
This half-day workshop on taking the next step toward untying the knot will cover the legal, financial, family and personal issues that are often encountered during the divorce process. Trained professionals will provide you with knowledge and information you need to know to empower you through the divorce process with confidence and peace of mind.  If you are contemplating divorce or currently overwhelmed with the process, this workshop is for you!   Topics to be Covered:  Legal Issues Presented by a Divorce Attorney Your options for the divorce process in MA What is Mediation, Collaborative, Litigation and Pro Se and how do they differ? Understanding the Alimony Law and Child Support Guidelines Protecting Yourself Legally  Understanding the Financial Issues Presented by a Divorce Financial Professional Taking an Asset Inventory What are considered Marital Assets and how are they divided? Do you keep or sell the Marital Home? What about retirement?  Will I be ok?  Family Issues Dealing with a hostile spouse Protecting the children Strategies for coping with the stress of divorce Rebuilding your self-esteem

When: Feb 13, 2016 8 AM in Westford, Massachusetts (Sat, 13 Feb 2016 08 )
New England Sunday Coin Show Westford
New England Sunday Coin Show Westford is happening on 28 Feb 2016 at Westford Regency Hotel Westford, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Antiques & Philately industry.

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When: Feb 28, 2016 12 AM to Feb 28, 2016 12 AMin Westford, Massachusetts (Sun, 28 Feb 2016 00 )
LEGO EV3 Robot Building - Basic - Summer 2016 SESSION III
Intro to Robot Building and Programming with LEGO EV3 Ages: Ages 9 to 14 Prerequisites: None Class Description: Always wanted to make your own robot but don’t know where to start? Have an EV3 robot at home but want to accelerate your learning and learn advanced concepts, such as using digital and analog sensors, and teaching the robot to make its own decisions. In this 4 Session (12 hour) Class members will: Learn and use engineering design process skills Understand and use mathematical skills and concepts, such as proportions and ratios, graphing data, and multi-digit computation Apply knowledge of science concepts, such as speed and power, motion and stability, and forces and interactions Understand cross-cutting concepts, such as systems, patterns, structure and function, and logical thinking Understand the core concepts of technology Understand the role of troubleshooting, invention and innovation, and experimentation in problem solving Plan and manage activities to develop a solution or complete a project Demonstrate creative thinking and construct knowledge using technology Use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively Class activities include: Making the Robot Move:Class Members will be challenged to design, build, and program robots that move using motors with rotation sensors. Class Members apply mathematics and science knowledge to create robots that measure distance and speed, move without using wheels, maximize power to move up an incline, and move and turn to create regular polygons. Class Members will also apply their knowledge of simple and complex machines and use ratios to describe proportional relationships. Making the Robot Smarter:Class Members are challenged to add sensors to their robots to control behavior and to measure, graph, and analyze sensor data. Class Members develop robots that use sensors that measure ambient and reflected light, distinguish specific colors, measure distance from an object, recognize a touch-sensor state (pressed or not pressed, or pressed and released), and measure angular displacement or rate of change. And more… Our class is designed to mimic the engineering design process used by scientists and engineers in many industries. Each project starts with a design brief explaining the challenge, uses videos of robots in action to make real-world connections, and culminates in a final project that can be shared and presented. Throughout the process, Class Members gain and use knowledge of science, technology, and mathematics as they engineer a solution. This structure is designed to help Class Members develop the 21st-century, creative-thinking, problem-solving, teamwork, and communication skills required for success in school and beyond.

When: Aug 15, 2016 9 AM in Westford, Massachusetts (Mon, 15 Aug 2016 09 )
LEGO EV3 Robot Building - Basic - Summer 2016 SESSION I
Intro to Robot Building and Programming with LEGO EV3 Ages: Ages 9 to 14 Prerequisites: None Class Description: Always wanted to make your own robot but don’t know where to start? Have an EV3 robot at home but want to accelerate your learning and learn advanced concepts, such as using digital and analog sensors, and teaching the robot to make its own decisions. In this 4 Session (12 hour) Class members will: Learn and use engineering design process skills Understand and use mathematical skills and concepts, such as proportions and ratios, graphing data, and multi-digit computation Apply knowledge of science concepts, such as speed and power, motion and stability, and forces and interactions Understand cross-cutting concepts, such as systems, patterns, structure and function, and logical thinking Understand the core concepts of technology Understand the role of troubleshooting, invention and innovation, and experimentation in problem solving Plan and manage activities to develop a solution or complete a project Demonstrate creative thinking and construct knowledge using technology Use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively Class activities include: Making the Robot Move:Class Members will be challenged to design, build, and program robots that move using motors with rotation sensors. Class Members apply mathematics and science knowledge to create robots that measure distance and speed, move without using wheels, maximize power to move up an incline, and move and turn to create regular polygons. Class Members will also apply their knowledge of simple and complex machines and use ratios to describe proportional relationships. Making the Robot Smarter:Class Members are challenged to add sensors to their robots to control behavior and to measure, graph, and analyze sensor data. Class Members develop robots that use sensors that measure ambient and reflected light, distinguish specific colors, measure distance from an object, recognize a touch-sensor state (pressed or not pressed, or pressed and released), and measure angular displacement or rate of change. And more… Our class is designed to mimic the engineering design process used by scientists and engineers in many industries. Each project starts with a design brief explaining the challenge, uses videos of robots in action to make real-world connections, and culminates in a final project that can be shared and presented. Throughout the process, Class Members gain and use knowledge of science, technology, and mathematics as they engineer a solution. This structure is designed to help Class Members develop the 21st-century, creative-thinking, problem-solving, teamwork, and communication skills required for success in school and beyond.

When: Jun 20, 2016 9 AM in Westford, Massachusetts (Mon, 20 Jun 2016 09 )
LEGO EV3 Robot Building - Basic - Summer 2016 SESSION II
Intro to Robot Building and Programming with LEGO EV3 Ages: Ages 9 to 14 Prerequisites: None Class Description: Always wanted to make your own robot but don’t know where to start? Have an EV3 robot at home but want to accelerate your learning and learn advanced concepts, such as using digital and analog sensors, and teaching the robot to make its own decisions. In this 4 Session (12 hour) Class members will: Learn and use engineering design process skills Understand and use mathematical skills and concepts, such as proportions and ratios, graphing data, and multi-digit computation Apply knowledge of science concepts, such as speed and power, motion and stability, and forces and interactions Understand cross-cutting concepts, such as systems, patterns, structure and function, and logical thinking Understand the core concepts of technology Understand the role of troubleshooting, invention and innovation, and experimentation in problem solving Plan and manage activities to develop a solution or complete a project Demonstrate creative thinking and construct knowledge using technology Use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively Class activities include: Making the Robot Move:Class Members will be challenged to design, build, and program robots that move using motors with rotation sensors. Class Members apply mathematics and science knowledge to create robots that measure distance and speed, move without using wheels, maximize power to move up an incline, and move and turn to create regular polygons. Class Members will also apply their knowledge of simple and complex machines and use ratios to describe proportional relationships. Making the Robot Smarter:Class Members are challenged to add sensors to their robots to control behavior and to measure, graph, and analyze sensor data. Class Members develop robots that use sensors that measure ambient and reflected light, distinguish specific colors, measure distance from an object, recognize a touch-sensor state (pressed or not pressed, or pressed and released), and measure angular displacement or rate of change. And more… Our class is designed to mimic the engineering design process used by scientists and engineers in many industries. Each project starts with a design brief explaining the challenge, uses videos of robots in action to make real-world connections, and culminates in a final project that can be shared and presented. Throughout the process, Class Members gain and use knowledge of science, technology, and mathematics as they engineer a solution. This structure is designed to help Class Members develop the 21st-century, creative-thinking, problem-solving, teamwork, and communication skills required for success in school and beyond.

When: Jul 18, 2016 9 AM in Westford, Massachusetts (Mon, 18 Jul 2016 09 )
SRDC Company Concert


When: Mar 19, 2016 4 PM in Westford, Massachusetts (Sat, 19 Mar 2016 16 )

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