The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on October 5, 2006 · 207
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2 C n z Q X Benefits Festivals & Fairs Lectures Poetry & Prose Misc. Walks & Tours Nature Sports ' Vv. I L ' Mil v ' I H . J 'K V.: " ' ' f ' -4 I ' - i;- .. ,. , k, ,. ' hi.nr.'mj,-jtfli,li.iir.ia ' THURS 105 Eve Ensler (above) impressed critics, wowed audiences, and inspired women when she asked them to talk about their vaginas. Now, years after "The Vagina Monologues" made her famous, Ensler is talking to women again, this time about freedom and security. In "Insecure at Last," Ensler's first work exclusively for the printed page, she interviews women in Afghanistan, female prisoners in America, Katrina survivors, and antiwar activist Cindy Sheehan. Drawing on those conversations and her own experiences, Ensler expresses her views on living in a post-9 1 1 world. MON 109 COLUMBUS DAY OPEN HOUSE The Rembrandts, Van Goghs, and mummies are reason enough to visit the MFA. Performances, activities, and demonstrations celebrating South Asian culture make it even more enticing. Music by Prasanna, dancing by Boston Bhangra, and henna tattooing with artist Almina Semy are just a few of the special attractions. Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave, Boston. 617-267-9300. 10 a.m.-4:45 p.m. Free. MILVADIDOMIZIO EVENTS LISTINGS BENEFITS Photographic Resource Center (PRC) Auction 808 Gallery, Boston University, 808 Commonwealth Ave., Boston. 617-975 0600. $50. Reception, light buffet, auction. Benefits the PRC. 105: 6 p.m. BOOK SALES Boston Public Library Mezzanine Conference Room, Johnson Building, 700 Boylston St., Boston. 617-536-5400, ext. 2341. 107: 10 a.m.-4 EVE ENSLER Coolidge Corner Theatre, 290 Harvard St., Brookline. 6 p.m. p.m. Benefits the library. FAIRS, ETC. Fairs are free, unless noted. See GalleriesSpecials for more craft shows. Annual Fall Garage Sale Saint Camillas Church, 1175 Concord Tpke., Arlington. 781-643-4253. 107: 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Rain or shine. Proceeds to the church. Farmers Market Marshfield Fairgrounds, Rte. 3A, Marshfield. 781- 834-6858. Through Oct.: Fri 1-6 p.m. Harvest Fair First Parish Church of Stow and Acton, routes 117 & 62, Stow Common, Stow. 978-897-8149. 107: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Proceeds benefit the church. Peabody Historical Society and Museum Smith Barn, Felton Street, Peabody. 978-531-0805. 107: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Proceeds to maintenance for society properties. LECTURES Wrentham Historical Society Fiske Public Library, 110 Randall Road, Wrentham. 508-384-7151. 1012: I VuHMa. 617-566-6660. $2. 7:30 p.m. "The Civil War in Camp and on the Battlefield" John Ambach-er talks on experiences of greatgrandfather, John Christian Ambach-er, during the Civil War. LECTURE SERIES Boston Art Dealers Association Chase Gallery, 129 Newbury St., Boston. 617-859-7222.107: 11 a.m. "Female Pattern" with Danna Ruth Harvey. Brandeis University Lectures Rapaporte Treasure Hall, Goldfarb Library 415 South St., Waltham. 781-736-3042. 105: 5 p.m. Annual Eleanor Roosevelt Lecture with Author Julia Kincaid. Reception follows lecture. CALENDAR BOSTON GLOBE Brookline Adult Education Lectures Brookline High 1 15 Greenough St., Brookline. 617-730-2700. 7-8:30 p.m. $5. 105: 7-8:30 p.m. "The Science of Life: The Introduction to Ayurveda" with Lauren Klatsky. 1012: "Naturopathic Medicine: Creating Health Versus Managing Disease" with Jorge Kaufmann. Cambridge Forum First Parish Church, 3 Church St., Cambridge. 617-495-2727. 1011: 7:30 p.m. "The Owners Manual for Democracy" with Steven Hill. Danvers Art Association 105 Elliott St., Rte. 62, Danvers. 978-777-2711. Thurs: 7:30 p.m. "Ghost Stories of New England" films, video, photos, and discussion with Dan Tremblay, $7, ages 7-14 $4. Mon: 7:30 p.m. "Olde Cemeteries and Tombstones" presentation on old tombstone construction, inscriptions, placement, and cemetery lore from local burial sites. Dan Tremblay, presenter. $5. Ethical Society of Boston Longy School of Music, 33 Garden St., Cambridge. 617-739-9050. 10:30 a.m. 108: "Dangers of Today's Economy" with Ellen Frank. Five College Women's Studies Research Center Mount Holyoke College, 83 College St., South Had-ley. 413-538-2275. 4 p.m. 105: "Performativities of Security: The Female Combatant, Censorship, and the Figurative Site" with Neloufer de Mel. 1012: 4 p.m. "Whose Mommy Wars? Retraining Work-Family Debates for Women of Color" with Miliann Kang. Ford Hall Forum Fall Lecture Series Raytheon Amphitheater, Northeastern University, Eqan Center, 120 Forsyth St., Boston. & 6 17-3 73-5800. Free. 6:30 p.m. 1012: "T Great Firewall of China" with Ethan Gutman, Hiawatha Bray, and John Jaw. Moderated by Valerie Epps. Greenwood Memorial United Methodist Church 3 78A Washington St., Dorchester. 617-436 0289. 1012: 6 p.m. Greater Four Corners Action coalition annual meeting and 1 5th anniversary celebration. Goethe Institut-Boston 170 Boa-con St., Boston. & 617-262-6050. 1010: 7:30 p.m. "Gunter Grass and His Confession: A Panel Discussion About the Presence of the Past" with Karl Kaiser, Steve Dowden, Ruth Gutmann, and Ingrid Kisliuk. Moderator Susanne Klingcnstein. Harvard University Department of Music Harvard Square, Cambridge. 61 7-496-601 3. Sanders Theatre 1012-1014: "Leonard Bernstein: Boston to Broadway." Registration includes access to symposia, exhibits, "Boston's Bernstein" concert on 1012 at 8 p.m. at John Knowles Paine Hall, and "Celebrating Bernstein" Concert on 1014 at Sanders Theatre. $100. Harvard University Science Center Lecture Hall D, Harvard Yard, 1 Oxford St., Cambridge. 61 7-495-2627. 101 1:8 p.m. "The Geometry of 3 Manifolds" with Curtis T, McMullen. MIT Lectures MIT Tanq Center. Wong Auditorium 70 Memorial Drive. Cambridge. 6, 6 1 7 52-948. 106: 7 p m. "War on Terror? What You Haven't Bien fold About THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 006 n m H Ei4 O M cn 2 O m n CD 5! H m 00

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