Greater Boston Area

Boston City Singers Auditions

Auditions are now open for Boston City Singers's 20th season! Does your child love to sing? Boston City Singers welcomes singers ages 4-18 for our Dorchester-based after school chorus programs. Founded in 1995, Boston City Singers is now Boston's largest youth chorus, with over 500 young people enrolled in 17 divisions in the neighborhood locations where they live and attend school. Boston City Singers provides comprehensive sequential music instruction to make up for the lack of choral arts training provided during regular school hours, and weekly singing classes and chorus rehearsals are designed to provide singers with well-balanced performance, youth development, cultural exploration, leadership training, and community service experience. Singers, grouped by age and level, develop progressive mastery of skills, and emphasis is placed on personal discipline, teamwork, and group cooperation. >> Read More

Art Explorations | January 10

Art Explorations is an immersive art playgroup for children 2 - 4 yrs., w/ caregiver 
at the Erick Jean Center for the Art @ 157A Washington St., Dorchester, MA 
4 Fridays from 10-11a, starting January 10th and running until January 31st,
$40 for the 4 week session
 
4 weeks, 4 materials
Explore Paper
Explore Light
Explore Clay
Explore Lines
 
This class will be a hands on art experience.  Children will be given opportunity to discover and work with a new material each week in an inviting, engaging and open-ended environment.  Caregivers will also be encouraged to think about how to join children in their work in ways that enhance children's ideas and curiosity. 
 
To reserve a spot or to get more information email Abbie Wanamaker at
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Winter Farmers' Market | January 5 to March 30

Winter Farmers Market in Codman Square begins on Sunday January 5 to March 30. Enjoy fresh bread, cheese, local produce, local meat, food trucks, live music, and family activities! Check the Dorchester Community Food Coop website for more information about specials week to week.

SNAP/EBT WELCOME—-BOUNTY BUCK DOUBLES THE VALUE! They welcome customers with SNAP benefits, and are a proud participant in the Boston Bounty Bucks program. EBT customers can receive up to $10.00 of free food when they use their card at the Dorchester Winter Farmers’ Market.

 

Dorchester Winter Farmers' Market
The Great Hall at Codman Square Health Center
6 Norfolk St, Dorchester 02124
Sundays, 12pm to 4pm

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Christmas Tree Collection

Monday, December 30, 2013 – Friday, January 10, 2014
 
Public Works will collect Christmas trees for composting from Monday December 30, 2013 to January 10, 2014. Please remove all ornaments, decorations, and stands from trees and place trees at the curb by 7AM on your recycling day. Do not put trees in plastic bags, and don't forget to recycle your holiday catalogs and wrapping paper as well.
 
For more details or contact information please contact Boston Public Works at 617-635-4500
 
Look Up Your Recycling Day click here

Art Explorations

Art Explorations an immersive art playgroup for children 2 - 4 yrs., w/ caregiver
at the DAC, Erick Jean Center for the Art @ 157A Washington St., Dorchester, MA
4 Fridays from 10-11a, starting January 10th and running until January 31st,
$40 for the 4 week session

4 weeks, 4 materials >> Read More

Massachuestts Behavioral Health Partnership

MBHP’s Family Advisory Council is seeking new members.  This is a great opportunity for family members to weigh in on MBHP policy and program development.  If you have experience parenting a youth with mental health needs, we want your input! Please see attached for more information.
 
For questions or concerns please feel free to contact:
Kaitlyn Sudol
Recovery Coordinator
Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership
1000 Washington Street, Suite 310, Boston, MA 02118
Ph: 617-350-1952 | Fax: 855-643-2336
kaitlyn.sudol@valueoptions.com

 

JVS- Bridges to College Program

Prepare for a College Degree And Future Career Success
 
Take Classes At JVS⇒ Enroll In College, Earn Degree Or Certificate⇒ Start your Career
 
Our Program:
  • For Working Adults
  • Free 23 week College Readiness Program
  • College Enrollment
  • Money For School
  • Job Placement Help
Popular Careers in Biotechnology * HVAC* Green Energy * Accounting * Business Computer Science * Healthcare* Management
 
Program Begins
January 22nd, 2014
Space is limited
Apply Sept 23—Dec 20
 

JVS- Adult Diploma Program

Graduate with a Boston Public High School Diploma! >> Read More

JVS-Certified Nursing Assistant Program

Caring for our Seniors: a CNA training program specializing in long-term care
 
This training program  is designed for non--native, speaker-snative, intermediate level English speakers.
  • Prepare to pass the state nursing assistant exam
  • Get help finding full-time employment after graduation.
Find out more about this full-time, 14-week program at our Information Sessions on Wednesdays, 12 PM SHARP At: 
JVS, 29 Winter Street, 3rd Floor, Boston, MA
Close to Park Street and Downtown Crossing
www.jvs-boston.org
 
 
NEXT CLASS STARTS
January 21, 2014
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Advanced Work Class

Advanced Work Class (AWC) is a full-time program in the Boston Public Schools that provides an accelerated academic curriculum for students in grades 4, 5 and 6. Students are expected to complete more school work and more home study. Student participation is by invitation only and is based solely on the student’s scores on an eligibility test. BPS will administer the TerraNova, third edition, to determine eligibility for the AWC program and the SUPERA test to determine eligibility for the Spanish AWC program.
 
Application Process
 
For current Boston Public Schools students:
 
•    All Boston Public Schools students in grades 3, 4 and 5 are tested for eligibility for AWC in late September or early October at their school. Spanish-speaking bilingual students are tested in their native language.
 
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