A different kind of to-do list

Fall can be a busy time for many people. There are school activities and sports, putting the garden to bed and preparing the house and hearth for winter.  However, I find that taking a couple hours off from dealing with the list of things I “have to” do to recharge my batteries may be more productive in the long run. Here are a few exhibits and events in November that look good to me.

The Art of Vasili Nechitailo at The Museum of Russian Art
Through February 27, 2011
Paintings by a 20th century Russian master.

The Guitar Department student recital at MacPhail Center for Music
November 11 at 7:30
Also check out MacPhail’s new free family music series

Green Gifts Fair at Midtown Global Market
November 20 from 10:00 to 5:00
Local, sustainable, and/or organic holiday gifts.

Dan Buettner at Magers & Quinn
November 22 at 7:30 pm
Local author Dan Buettner discusses his new book Thrive: Finding Happiness the Blue Zones Way.


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