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    Things to do in and around Boston

    Farms, festivals, films, food, and more are on tap.

    Cambridge, MA: 01-14-13: Music director David Hoose conducts the Cantata Singers during rehearsal at the First Church in Cambridge, Congregational in Cambridge, Mass. Jan. 14, 2013. Photo/John Blanding, Globe staff story/David Weiniger, G ( 18clasno )
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    Music director David Hoose conducted the Cantata Singers during rehearsal at the First Church in Cambridge.

    Sunday > September 15

    HARVEST TIME

    From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Trustees of Reservations hosts Family Farm Day at Appleton Farms in Hamilton and Ipswich. The celebration will feature music, games, animals, and all sorts of apple-y treats. Admission is $25 per car. 978-356-5728, ext. 18; thetrustees.org

    Monday > September 16

    REMINDER: SEE MOVIE

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    Coolidge Corner Theatre kicks off the 2013 Science on Screen series with MIT neuroscientist (and memory expert) John Gabrieli introducing Memento, a movie about a memory-impaired man trying to track down his wife’s killer. It starts at 7 p.m.; general admission is $10. 617-734-2500; coolidge.org

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    Friday > September 20

    GOING BACH IN TIME

    To mark its 50th anniversary, the Cantata Singers kick off its season at the New England Conservatory of Music’s Jordan Hall with “A Celebration of Bach Cantatas,” a re-creation of the group’s first chamber music concert. Tickets start at $17, and the performance begins at 8 p.m. 617-868-5885; cantatasingers.org

    Saturday > September 21

    A GOOD DAY TO START A TRADITION?

    On Palmer Street in Cambridge, from noon to 5 p.m., you’ll find the 1st Annual Harvard Square Folk Festival. Maybe that name is optimistic — assuming there will be a second one and all — but September 21 seems like a charmed day for hosting longer-running events . . . 

    2nd Annual Charles River Food Truck Festival

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    From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., more than 20 trucks gather at Artesani Herter Park in Brighton. 617-782-7117; foodtruckfestivalsofne.com

    4th Annual Life is Good Festival

    Two-day charity music event in Canton featuring Jack Johnson, Hall and Oates, and others. Tickets start at $20 for kids, $65 for adults. lifeisgood.com

    5th Annual TD Bank Mayor’s Cup

    Pro cyclists, competing for $40,000, race the streets around Government Center. bostonbikes.org/events/mayors-cup/

    6th Annual Riverfest

    Food trucks, fireworks, music, and more at Somerville’s Assembly Row, starting at 11 a.m. assemblyrow.com/events

    7th Annual Anna’s Walqueria

    Walking half marathon to benefit the Home for Little Wanderers. Registration starts at 9:30 a.m. at the 1412 Beacon Street location.annastaqueria.com

    8th Annual Harvest Festival Perennial Divide

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    From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m at City Natives, a Mattapan green space, a free plant swap and a marketplace. 617-542-7696; bostonnatural.org

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