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Dec 2, 2016 If you're separated or divorced the holidays can be a lonely, stressful, depressing time. But there's hope. Join us for an encouraging seminar that will help you survive the holidays and discover new ways to enjoy them again. The holidays can also be a lonely and stressful time for children from divorced or separated homes, or single parent families. We will have fun games and activities:... more
Nov 29, 2016 At our annual Kids Only! Holiday Sale, school-age children are invited to purchase gifts for family and friends in this safe, supportive, and fun environment. Our sale features a wide variety of affordable items. Proceeds support Agassiz Baldwin Children’s Programs. December 9, 3-6:30pm December 10, 10am-1:30pm (while supplies last) more
Nov 13, 2016 The CRLS Alumni Association announces it's annual pre-Thanksgiving celebration night, "In the Square" at 8:30-11:00 pm @ Charlie's Kitchen, 10 Eliot St, Cambridge, MA 02138. There is no cover charge and the association provides Hors d'oeuvres at no charge. We will have an area upstairs. Other food or drink may be orderd and paid as usual from the restaurant menu. Alumni of CRLS and it's... more
Oct 28, 2016 Our biggest community event of the year, the Annual Thanksgiving Potluck Feast is where old friends and new neighbors meet and enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings. Agassiz Baldwin Community supplies the turkey (cooked by volunteers), cranberry sauce, and drinks, while our guests bring salads, sides, and desserts inspired by their own family traditions. This neighborhood... more
Oct 6, 2016 Join us for a fun morning of family activities and play at Sacramento Street Preschool. Meet our team, ask about our programs, and enjoy a fall day as we open preschool enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year. *Ongoing art activities in Maud Morgan Art 3-D studio *Storytelling with Doria Hughes at 10:30 am *Yoga with Preschool Teacher at Leela Yoga Founder, Marlene Boyette, at 11 am *Big Blue... more
Sep 29, 2016 Annual Tag Sale being held on Saturday, October 8, 2016 from 9:30 to 4:00 pm at Mass Ave Baptist Church; items include: clothes, shoes, jewelry, books furniture houseware and household items, computer related items. Tthere will be soul food dinners for sale for $12 and can be delivered. more
Sep 20, 2016 Join us for the Maud Morgan Arts HONK! Parade Mask Workshop and create your own mask with glitter, paper, paint and assorted baubles. Then join the HONK! Parade to “reclaim the streets for horns, bikes and feet” as it winds its way into Harvard Square. Add your voice to the HONK! celebration of social justice as activist street bands and community groups will protest political apathy with music,... more
Sep 8, 2016 BARCC's drop-in sessions for teen are meant to provide a safe space for any teen to come spend time hanging out, playing games, doing art, eating snacks or whatever they chose! Teens do not have to identify as survivors of sexual assault to attend these sessions and this is not a therapy group--just a fun and relaxed space in the Cambridge/Central Square community. If teens wish to utilize BARCC'... more
Sep 8, 2016 BARCC's drop-in sessions for teen are meant to provide a safe space for any teen to come spend time hanging out, playing games, doing art, eating snacks or whatever they chose! Teens do not have to identify as survivors of sexual assault to attend these sessions and this is not a therapy group--just a fun and relaxed space in the Cambridge/Central Square community. If teens wish to utilize BARCC'... more
Aug 30, 2016 Information for the event Date: Sunday, September 11, 2016 Time: 10:30am Our theme is: "Proclaiming To A People Yet Unborn" The theme scripture is: "They will proclaim his righteousness, declaring to a people yet unborn: He has done it!" Psalm 22:31 There will be food and fellowship following the worship service Union Baptist Church 874 Main Street Cambridge, MA 02139 Phone: 617-864-... more
Aug 5, 2016 In the past fifteen years, two bold leaders have changed the arts in Cambridge. Artist and architect Wendy Prellwitz was the driving force behind the conception, design, and creation of Maud Morgan Arts. Meanwhile, as President of Lesley University (2007-2016), Dr. Joseph Moore guided the development and construction of the Lunder Arts Center in Porter Square, and transformed the Arts Institute... more
Jul 27, 2016 Saturday, August 6th, 2-3:30pm, rain date Sunday Parade starts at 2pm at the Water Department, 250 Fresh Pond Parkway Join us to celebrate the growth of our monarch caterpillars into beautiful butterflies, and wish them luck on their long migration to Mexico. A family-friendly parade, open to all (costumes and noisemakers welcome) will take us from the Water Treatment Facility to Lusitania Meadow... more
Jun 14, 2016 North Shore Rescue is a comprehensive youth community and faith based organization. Its primary focus is to promote spiritual, civic, and academic growth among youth. Additionally, North Shore Rescue provides opportunities for personal transformation, success, and development while cultivating the invaluable communication and inter-personal skills needed by the leaders of today's society. more
Jun 7, 2016 Join us for an evening of recent, experimental videos and 16mm films made by members of the AgX Film Collective, hosted by Cambridge Community Television! You'll see a diverse selection of works that showcase alternative cinematic techniques to evoke emotion and meaning outside the realms of traditional narrative and documentary filmmaking. Films start at 7:00pm. Informal Q&A with filmmakers... more
May 12, 2016 Cambridge Community Television is a public access television and media organization that can provide residents with the tools they need to bring their important community messages to the people. Come to this Open House on July 18, 6:30PM, and learn all about the opportunities that exist here. There are ongoing weekly and monthly video productions lead by staff and members on topics from local... more
May 12, 2016 Cambridge Community Television is a public access television and media organization that can provide residents with the tools they need to bring their important community messages to the people. Come to this Open House on June 27, 6:30PM, and learn all about the opportunities that exist here. There are ongoing weekly and monthly video productions lead by staff and members on topics from local... more
May 9, 2016 Join us for a StoryWalk at Donnelly Field! Walk along the field to read all the pages in "Do You Have a Hat" and "Children around the World"! Held weather permitting. Info: 617-665-3825 more
Apr 22, 2016 Join us for a casual evening of hors d’oeuvres, music, conversation and an introduction to the Living Well Network, a grassroots resource for adults over 55. The Living Well Network offers computer classes, neighborhood walks, yoga and tai chi, art workshops, and other vitality-focused activities. Meet new friends and discover ways to expand your horizons as you age. This event is free and... more
Apr 15, 2016 Agassiz Baldwin Afterschool is committed to providing high quality, structured afterschool programming for youth from all Cambridge and Somerville schools as well as all local communities. We value creativity, culture and community and activities are designed to encourage expression and exploration. Youth choose from a variety of activities, including visual and performing arts, games, sports,... more
Apr 13, 2016 Passover 2016 at Hillel There are numerous seders to sign-up for, from Traditional to Reform. Take your pick. As always, undergraduates on a meal plan DO NOT need to pay for seders but do need to sign up. Reform Seder at Hillel April 22nd 7pmhttp://guestli.st/413796 Deadline to sign up is April 15th! Traditional Seder at Hillel April 22nd 7:45pmhttp://guestli.st/413805 Deadline to sign up is... more
Apr 13, 2016 Please join us for an evening with poet Lynn Emanuel in the Sherrill Library Atrium. “Her new book, The Nerve of It, turns convention on its head. She ignores chronology, placing new poems beside old, mixing middle and early poems with recent work, and liberating all her poems from the restraints of their particular histories, both aesthetic and autobiographical. Her work has been featured in The... more

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