A concert, a health fair, and a historical society’s renaming

First Parish Church of Stow and Acton

Rani Arbo & daisy mayhem will perform at the New Revival Coffeehouse in Stow Saturday, Nov. 4.

By Sophia Eppolito Globe Correspondent 

Singer Rani Arbo and her band daisy mayhem, whose sound blends folk, blues, bluegrass, and jazz, will open the season at the New Revival Coffeehouse in Stow Saturday, Nov. 4. The coffeehouse is in the Fellowship Hall of First Parish Church of Stow and Acton at 353 Great Road. Doors will open at 7 p.m. and the concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. Coffee and desserts will be available for purchase. Tickets ($15 in advance and $18 the day of the show) are available at For questions, call 978-274-2593 or e-mail

ABC Family Chiropractic and Wellness will be hosting the first annual Arlington Health Fair Saturday, Nov. 4. The event, meant to introduce the community to local alternative healers, will teach participants how to safely and naturally use nutrition, massage, reflexology, and several other techniques. Admission is free. The fair will be held at 75 Pleasant St. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, call 781-648-8500 or visit


The Needham Historical Society unveiled its new name at the annual members’ reception on Oct. 22. It will now be known as the Needham History Center and Museum. The new identity, which includes a new logo and color scheme, represents an expanded role as a public center for education and a community partner. For more information, contact Gloria Greis at 781-455-8860,, or visit

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