THURSDAY, FEB. 28
FREE COMPUTER SAVVY TALK, Miklos Jako will give a presentation on “Solving Computer Aggravations,” addressing 20 of the most common aggravations a normal person experiences when using a computer. These include finding a file, the cost of ink cartridges, problems with spelling and shading, 3 p.m., Flint Memorial Library, 147 Park St., North Reading. A former teacher, Miklos Jako has also written a book, Computer How-To for Normal People. Copies of his book will be available at his presentation. In addition to working with special needs adults for many years, he also taught tennis, and tutored high school students for SAT preparation; 978-664-4942.
FRIDAY, MARCH 1
LIVE THEATER, The Phillips Academy Department of Theatre and Dance, Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs. The character of Eugene is played by Adam Brody ‘14 of Andover. Eugene’s father, Stanley, is played by Hemang Kaul ‘13, also of Andover. Brighton Beach Memoirs will be performed in Tang Theatre on the Phillips Academy campus, 7:30 p.m., $5 and tickets can be reserved by calling the Phillips Academy box office at (978) 749-4433; andover.edu. Also being performed on March 2.
EXHIBITS OPENING, “down to sleep,” curated by Joetta Maue, a group fiber art exhibit and “its’ mine!,” a video, soft sculpture and installation by Francesca UlivI, through April 12, with an opening reception tonight, 5-7 p.m., with Artist Talk by Francesca Ulivi at 5 p.m., reception and galleries are free and open to the public, The Essex Art Center, 56 Island St., Lawrence; Cathy McLaurin firstname.lastname@example.org, 978-685-2343.
SATURDAY, MARCH 2
LIVE MUSIC, the Phillips Academy Music Department will present the Phillips Academy Chamber Music Society comprised of faculty and students. This concert, free and open to the public, 6:30 p.m., the Timken Room at Graves Hall on the Phillips Academy campus, 180 Main St., Andover. Graves Hall is handicapped accessible; 978-749-4260, email@example.com.