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Food for thought | May 6, 2017

Join the Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Center on Saturday,
May 6th for a FREE Educational Event in the classroom kitchen of
New England Center for Arts & Technology! RSVP Today!

 

When:

May 6, 2017

12:00 PM – 3:00 PM

 

Where:

23 Bradston St, Boston, MA 02118

 

Contact:

857-364-2140 of http://bit.ly/2n1Lnjk

THE ESSENTIALS OF LIVING AND AGING | April 15, 2017

Free event being hosted by the BU Alzheimers Research Center  "Food for Thought". It will include a cooking demonstration, free refreshments, a couple of great speakers and a lot of information. A 3 part series collaboration of the Boston NAACP Health Committee, GBABSW & the MA Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center.

 

When:

 April 15, 2017

 

Where:

DUDLEY BRANCH LIBRARY, 65 WARREN ST., ROXBURY, MA 02119

 

Contact:

Call 617-959-0003 or go online to www.eventbrite.com/e/
the-essentials-of-living-and-aging-tickets-32665226572

 

Monthly Memory Café | April 3, 2017

Are you an individual with memory loss or their caregiver? Looking for an enjoyable way to spend time together? Then please join us for: Grove Hall’s “Thanks for the Memories” Café. Enjoy coffee, refreshments, creative arts, and conversation with new friends of all ages. A guest artist will lead a creative exploration each month. Co-hosted by the City of Boston’s Alzheimer’s Initiative and

Where:

BCYF’s Grove Hall Community Center 51 Geneva Avenue, Dorchester

When:

Meets the first Monday of every month, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Cost:

Free

Contact:

Patricia.Mccormack@boston.gov or 617-635-3992.
 

Uphams Corner BPL: Shopping Rights

The City of Boston's Mayor's Office of Consumer Affairs will host the program on April 26th. Please join Upham's Corners BPL for " Rights When You Shop." This event is part of Money Smart Week.

When:

April 26th at 4:00 PM

Maximum audience:

25-30 adults

 

Contact:

Elise at (617) 265-0139.

Love Your Block: Dorchester

Boston is thrilled to re-announce its high-impact spring cleanups, formerly called Boston Shines. We hope to engage residents while improving the quality of life in Boston over three weekends. Dorchester will be the last weekend, so it will be nice and warm! come out and pick up your community while saving our planet. 

 

When:

May 12th & 13th 9:00 am

 

Where:

Codman Commons

 

Cost:

Free

 

Contact:

info@mydorchester.org

Voices of SNCC Women: A Communal Reading and Dialogue

Together we will read aloud passages written by women involved in the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) from Hands on the Freedom Plow and ARSNICK. Tina-Marie Johnson, youth advocate, will lead a discussion with former SNCC women: Mimi Jones; Janet Moses, Laura Foner, and the audience. Sponsored by Mass Humanities Open and Honest Communal Reading and Dialogue program. Light refreshments will be provided.

 

Where:

Grove Hall branch of the Boston Public Library

41 Geneva Ave, Dorchesetr MA 02121

 

Cost:

Free

 

Contact:

Kate Gray, kgray@bpl.org, 617.427.3337 x1358

Dorchester CARES Coalition | 2017

The Next Coalition Meeting is coming soon!  Dinner and childcare is provided.  Please RSVP to me...contact info is below and on the attached flyer.  Please share with your networks and bring a friend!

 

Where:

200 Bowdoin St. Dorchester MA.

Cost:

Free

 

Contact:

tregister@familynurturing.org

Coyote on a Fence | March 30 - April 15

Hello,
    Just following up on my earlier invitation to Hub Theatre Company of Boston's upcoming production of the award-winning drama Coyote on a Fence by Bruce Graham, directed by Daniel Bourque. The show runs Friday, March 31 through Saturday, April 15, 2017 (Thursdays at 7:30pm, Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, and Sundays at 5pm) at First Church Boston, 66 Marlborough Street, Back Bay, Boston, MA  02116.  Press is welcome at all performances starting Saturday, April 1.  We were so honored to have recently receive 8 IRNE Award nominations- including 2 for best production- for our 2016 season and believe that Coyote on a Fence will be a great kick-off to another banner year!
 
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Clemente Course in the Humanities College Fair | March 15, 2017

Meet representatives from local colleges and services to get information on how to continue your educational journey. They can answer questions about transcripts, financial aid, and their course offerings.

 

All are welcome – bring a coworker, friend, family member, or neighbor with you.

 

Where:

6 Norfolk St. Dorchester, MA

 

Cost:

Free

 

Contact:

Stephanie Crawford crawfordstephanie13@gmail.com

Dorchester History Initiative Series | March 15, 2017

Two UMass graduate students will spotlight two very different versions of Dorchester's grassroots community activism from four decades ago: >> Read More

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