cape verde

The Maritime History of the Cape Verde Islands, 1498-1904 | Dec 17

Michael P. Dyer is a Senior Maritime Historian of the New Bedford Whaling Museum.

In this talk, he explores how the islands of the Atlantic figured prominently in the American maritime industries, with a particular focus on the last days of the industry when Cape Verdean and Azorean mariners assumed a much more significant profile in the ownership and management of New Bedford whalers. Their stories are synonymous with the last days of the industry.

A Q&A session will follow the talk.

When: Thursday, December 17, 5:30 p.m.

Where: Uphams Corner Branch of the Boston Public Library
500 Columbia Road 

Cape Verdean Community Meeting | Feb 12

flyer for community meeting

*CANCELED*

 

Mayor Martin J. Walsh cordially invites the Cape Verdean Community to A Community Meeting on Issues Important to You & Your Family (facilitated by John Barros, Chief of Economic Development):

1. Financial Empowerment Programs
2. Mass Health/Health Connector applications currently underway.
3. President Obama's Executive Order on immigration:
4. Mayor Walsh’s Energy saving opportunities for small businesses and

 

**questions and answers provided in Kriolo

 

When: Thursday, February 12th

6:00PM to 8:00PM

Where: Cape Verdean Adult Daycare Center,

34 Hancock Street, Dorchester

For more information: contact Adalbert Teixeira at (617)635-5702

Gala Dinner to Support Cape Verdean Democracy | Jan 17

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There will be a celebration in honor of the Cape Verdean leaders and their constant effort for freedom and democracy in Cape Verde. Dinner will be served! All are welcome to join and show their support for the Cape Verdean community both in Dorchester and in their home nation.

 

When: Saturday, January 17th

Where: 120 Quary Street, Quincy 

Questions?: contact Osvaldo Rosario at (617) 792-1083

 

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