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Midweek Meltdown! I October 26, 2016

October's Midweek Meltdown is squeaking in the last Wednesday of the month! Hosted at the delicious 224 Boston Street for a cozy gathering with the rest of gay Dorchester. Fall-themed cocktails and seasonal banter. We don't even have to talk about the election. But you're welcome to wear a pantsuit. Or a pumpkin spice sweater.

 

When:

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

 

Where:

224 Bar

224 Boston Street

 

Cost:

Free

 

MAYOR’S FALL PUMPKIN FLOAT 16

Mayor Martin J. Walsh has announced that the annual Fall Pumpkin Float returns to the Boston Common Frog Pond produce hundreds of illuminated jack-o’-lanterns will be floated on the water accompanied by spooky family activities.

 
Where: The frog pond
 
When: Sunday, October 23st.
4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
 

Democracy in Black 16

Join the Grove Hall Branch of the Boston Public Library as they welcome Princeton Professor Eddie S. Glaude, Jr. for a lecture and book signing of his latest book, “Democracy In Action: How Race Still Enslaves the American Soul.” Moderated by Dr. Saida Grundy, Assistant Professor of Sociology and African-American Studies at Boston University.

Spooky Stories at Chill on Park 16

Spooky Stories at Chill on Park is a fantastic way to get into the Haloween spirit. Stories that will take you back to childhood nights of trick or treating. Accompanied with some of the best food in Dorchester, The event is a hit with all ages!

 

When:

Oct. 20th

6:00-7:00pm

 

Where:

142 Park St. Dorchester MA.

 

Cost:

Free

 

Contact:

(617)297-5401

Boston Youth Wresteling Clinics 16

Learn new moves for wrestling and strengthen what you already know. With the help of professional staff you can perform at a higher level.

 

When:

Oct. 1st - Dec. 10th

 

Where:

Blue Hill Boys and Girls Club

15 Talbut Ave. Dorchester, MA.

 

Contact:

(617) 822-3701

Caribbean Chrismas Gala 16

Caribbean culture, music, and food.  A fantastic event to call in the new year that helps to build community and connection to roots.

 

 

 

When:

Dec. 22nd

6:00pm - 10:00pm

 

Where:

St. Marks VFW Post 1785

69 Bailey St. Boston, MA.

 

Cost:

$35.00

 

Contact:

 

Paint your truth I November 19 2016

Paint Your Truth is an event for sexual assault survivors and trauma survivors. This is an event is to encourage participants to start their healing process with expressive art by utilizing paint. Come join this FREE powerful movement RSVP on Eventbrite and if you can please donate if you can.

 

Where:

35 Harvard Ave, Hyde Park,

MA 02136-2831, United States

 

When  

19 November

2:00pm–5:00pm

 

Cost: 

Free

ADSL: Tutoring and Enrichment 16

The ultimate opportunity to get homework done, meet people and learn from engaging activities and discussions. All Dorchester Sports League will help you to reach your goals and become more successful.

 

Where:

1565 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester, MA 02122

 

When:

Tuesday, Oct. 11th

4:00pm - 6:00pm
 

 

Cost: 

Free

 

Contact:

alldorchestersports.org

(617) 287-1601

Preschool Movie Hour I November 18 2016

Join the children’s librarian for Preschool Movie Hour. Children ages 2-6 are welcomed to kick-off the weekend by watching movies,shows, and activities exploring a different theme every week. Siblings and groups are welcome. Pre-registration for groups is encouraged.  Children ages 2-6, accompanied by a caregiver.

 

Where:

Grove hall Boston Public Library

41 geneva Ave.

 

When:

Fridays at 10:30am

1:00pm- 5:00pm

 

Cost: 

Free

National Coming Out Day! 16

Here coming out stories and gain support from your community. Free food and company will be provided!

Where:

Black Box Theater 41 Epping Street, Dorchester

 

   

 

Saturday, Oct. 11th

4:30pm - 6:30pm

 

Cost: 

Free

 

Contact:

jonathan.revile@cadman.org

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