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A educational opportunity is on offer for law enforcement professionals, and it will take place in Cambridge this summer.
Learning to play an instrument gives kids a skill they can enjoy throughout their life, and a Cambridge music school has openings in one of its latest classes for educators and parents alike.
Cambridge Golf Course will soon be welcoming golfers for a day of fun out on the links, and while they play, the participants will be doing a good turn.
2020 certainly altered the business landscape for Cambridge companies, and its Chamber of Commerce wants to help them find ways of navigating this new normal.
Copper is a material that can be used to create a wide variety of artistic projects, and a Cambridge area activity will introduce coppersmithing techniques to those who are new to the craft.
Cambridge's Blair Outdoor and Environmental Education Centre has plans in the works for a day that will celebrate the close connection between many First Nations people and the land, and everyone is welcome to attend.
A pop-up crafters market is often a great place to snag some unique items, and one such event will be held in Cambridge just in time for those wanting to buy a gift for Valentines Day.
Many Cambridge kids are fascinated by bugs and other creepy crawlies, and a local attraction has created a new program that will satisfy this curiosity.
This spring, children and adults alike are invited to pay a visit to the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory to spend some time with its resident insects.
This Valentines, a Cambridge institution will be hosting a special event planned with local lovebirds in mind, and it will offer guests a taste of the tropics right on their doorstep.