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WEST INFORMER

The fight for women’s suffrage, barn sale, and free music classes

The Framingham History Center presents “‘In a Good Cause,’ Framingham and the Fight for Woman’s Suffrage,” on Sunday, Sept. 8, at 2 p.m. at Village Hall on the Common.

NORTH INFORMER

A quilt show, new fitness studio, and a book event

Sweat Fixx, a fitness studio specializing in low-impact, high-intensity full body workouts is opening a location in downtown Amesbury.

SOUTH INFORMER

A new gallery manager, adult prom night, and a search for playwrights

To the Moon and Back, an advocacy nonprofit focused on children exposed to opioids before birth, is hosting its Second Annual Adult Prom Night benefit fund-raiser.

LOCAL FARE

Pho O-Sha is a sure winner in Watertown

A 1½-year-old Watertown restaurant serves authentic Vietnamese and Thai cuisine.

WEST CALENDAR

Constellation art, a community chorus, and artistic pairings

A sampling of things to do and see in communities west of Boston.

SOUTH CALENDAR

Renaissance fest, jazz, and a spoonful of sugar

King Richards’s Faire, a Renaissance festival, features rides, games, knights battling on horseback, sword-making, glass-blowing, portrait and face painting, and psychic readings.

NORTH CALENDAR

Jersey boys, Hopper’s houses, and lanterns

“Jersey Boys,” the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, is being performed through Sunday, Sept. 1 at North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly.

Newton teachers union frustrated over pace of contract talks

The Newton teachers union likely will start the academic year without a new contract in place, much to teachers’ frustration.