Five Things You Need to Know Today: March 2
Catch a double-feature film at Lincoln-Sudbury.
1. ART & ENTERTAINMENT: 'Joel and Ethan Coen: A Director Double Feature'
The L-S Film Society will be presenting “Joel and Ethan Coen: A Director Double Feature.” Two movies directed by Joel and Ethan Coen will be shown: The Big Lebowski and Fargo. The films will be shown back to back, from 6 to 9:45 p.m. The event is free and open to the general public. Both films are rated R. Concessions will be sold before Fargo and during a 10-minute intermission before The Big Lebowski.
2. FOOD & DRINK: Longfellow Victorian wine dinner
You are invited by the Board of Trustees of Longfellow's Wayside Inn to the Longfellow Victorian wine dinner honoring the Longfellow Era: A Birthday Celebration for America's Poet, featuring the music of Felice Pomeranz: The Gilded Harps and special guest speaker Henry David Thoreau portrayed by veteran actor Richard Smith.
6:30 p.m. champagne reception: Featuring Hors d Oeuvres, including imported and domestic cheeses
7:15 p.m. dinner: Featuring Poultry Consommé with foie gras royal, truffles and black currants; Frisee Smoked Salmon Salad with potato croutons, bacon, quail egg and sweet mustard dill sauce; Pan-Seared Filet Mignon Au Poivre with parsnip potato puree, crisp gaufrette and sauce forestier; classic Victorian Trifle
Wine: Louis Jadot Pouily Fusse, Chateau Roland La Garde Bordeaux
$75 includes tax & gratuity. Reservations are required.
To make your reservation, call 978-443-1776, option 1.
3. FAMILY: Goodnow Library story time
Friday story times at Goodnow Library are for children ages 2 1/2 and older and take place at 10:30 a.m.
All are welcome to drop in and join the fun.
4. ART & ENTERTAINMENT: 'Number the Stars'
Tickets are $10 for students and seniors, $12 for adults, $15 for premium seating and $12 at the door.
For tickets, call 508-450-7847 or go to www.ticketstage.com/MWFT.
5. THEATER: 'Ruddigore'
"Ruddigore" is about the Murgatroyd family, the cursed Baronets of Ruddigore. But, in typical Gilbert & Sullivan fashion, the moral absolutes of melodrama turn topsy-turvy: Good becomes Bad, Bad becomes Good, and Heroes take the easy way out!
Join the Sudbury Savoyards tonight at 8 p.m.
The Sudbury Savoyrds, known for presenting Gilbert & Sullivan on a "grand scale," donates all of it net proceeds to the Relief of World Hunger.