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Newton: The Connick Foundation is sponsoring a tour of notable stained glass in the Boston area by Charles Connick, associates of his Back Bay studio, and other artist-crafters whose works demonstrate an interest in combining tradition and modernity, Saturday, 8:45 a.m., and Oct. 28, 11:45 a.m., at St John’s Episcopal Church, 297 Lowell Ave. $50, reservations required. 617-64-2591,

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Watertown: The trio Finest Kind uses harmony and other vocal arrangements to bring freshness to the performance of old songs, Saturday, 8 p.m., at First Parish Church of Watertown, 35 Church St. $12-$18. 617-924-6143,

Wayland: Musicians of the Old Post Road join forces with gambist Carol Lewis and lutenist Olav Chis Henriksen for a program of late baroque chamber works, Saturday, 8 p.m., at First Parish Wayland, 50 Cochituate Road. $30, $25 seniors and students; children age 7-17 admitted free when accompanied by an adult. 508-358-6133,

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