Wicked Good Wellness Group offers friendly Chiropractic care for your body's skeletal and nervous system. Chiropractors treat patients for neck & back pain, headaches & migraines, Leg & foot pain, Motor Vehicle & Work Related injuries, Sciatica and more.
Foxborough (or Foxboro) Massachusetts is located at the intersection of Routes 95 and 495 and is the proud home of the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots. This high profile community has maintained its small town image and rural characteristics while simultaneously providing for significant growth.
Between town owned land and state forests there are over 2400 acres to perpetuate its rural country setting, complemented by its close knit neighborhoods.
Civic pride and community spirit thrive in the town of Foxborough fed by civic and sports organizations and special events. The civic pride is instilled in new residents as well and is exhibited in the success of its fund raising efforts.
Full of off-the-cuff humor and unpredictable moments, Improv Jones Boston's outrageously fun comedy show turns audience suggestions into fast-paced and hilarious scenes and sketches. The Boston-based comedy troupe specializes in long-form improv comedy along with the popular short-form games made famous on TV's Whose Line Is It Anyway? And since the jokes and sketches are always made up on the spot, it's never the same show twice.
Comedian Greg Fitzsimmons has collected quite a few awards on his shelf, including four Daytime Emmys as a writer and producer on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the Jury Award for Best Comedian from The HBO Comedy Arts Festival and a Cable Ace Award for hosting the MTV game show Idiot Savants. Fitzsimmons has appeared frequently on the late-night TV circuit -- Late Night with Conan O'Brien, The Late Show with David Letterman and The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn -- and is a regular guest on Chelsea Lately and Howard Stern, with more than 50 appearances on Stern's radio show. He wrote for HBO's Lucky Louie, ABC's Politically Incorrect and Comedy Central's The Man Show and hosts his own show on Stern's Sirius/XM radio station, as well as the popular FitzDog Radio podcast. Catch the comic and best-selling author live at Laugh Boston.
Million Dollar Words: Salary & Equal Pay Negotiations Wednesday, September 16th, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. The offices of William Gallagher Associates, 470 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA Let’s hear from a salary and career negotiation consultant for strategies, tactics and tools to negotiate salaries. As professionals we all have different career goals. Salary negotiation is however a common challenge – Equal pay is also a hot topic!! Come and learn the expectations, preparation, and the language of pay and benefits negotiation from Katie Donovan (Equal Pay Negotiations LLC). Registration: BWF members $15. Non-members $35. Lunch is included. Cancellation Notice: Refunds are offered for those attendees who notify us at least 48 hours prior to the event. If you do not attend the event and do not notify us of your non-attendance, we will not refund your payment. To cancel your attendance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. About Our Speaker: Katie Donovan is a salary and career negotiation consultant, equal pay consultant, and keynote speaker. Her company, Equal Pay Negotiations LLC, is dedicated to achieving equal pay by consulting for all the stakeholders: female employees, employers, and policy makers. Katie’s 360-degree background in employment, which includes working for a staffing firm, an applicant-tracking developer, and a trade association, brings a unique and pragmatic perspective to the work. Ms. Donovan’s helps her employee clients typically negotiate increases of $5,000 to $50,000. Katie expands the equal pay toolbox of employers and policy makers to include an end of using previous pay in the hiring process and other no-cost or low-cost to implement actions. Katie was part of the team that wrote legislation in MA and advised CA on similar legislation filed by both states in 2015. Ms. Donovan speaks and conducts workshops on equal pay, salary negotiations, and career management at such venues as Harvard Business School, NASDAQ, Women in Construction, Association of American University Women, University of North Carolina, and Mom Corps. She is frequently quoted by and contributes to media including Mashable, SELF Magazine, Forbes, NPR, and more. Ms. Donovan earned her MBA from McCallum School of Business, Bentley University in Waltham, MA and a BA in Economics from College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. She is a member of the Legislative Taskforce of National Organization for Women (NOW) Mass Chapter, the Steering Committee of 2020 Women on Boards Boston Chapter, the Board of Visitors of Miss Hall’s School, Society of Human Resource Managers (SHRM), American Association of University Women (AAUW), Ellevate, and Boston GLOW. Katie grew up in Chelsea, MA and has stayed close to her roots, as has her extended family. She loves Boston and its two best sports, Red Sox baseball and politics. When not working, she can be found enjoying Boston and Cape Cod with friends and family, practicing yoga, kayaking, and baking.
When: Sep 16, 2015 11 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 16 Sep 2015 11 )
Two Pairings: Wine and Beer Open Wed Sept 2, 2015, 5-7pm The Odd Couple The two wines on sale today, and open this evening, are an Odd combination in the sense that one is Old World, made from little known grapes (at least around here), and the other is New World, made from one of the classic and we[...]
Ernesto Burden, VP Digital at Newspapers of New England, will guide participants through key trends in digital marketing. He will leave attendees with immediate actions they can take to improve their businesses' web sites and digital reputation.
Changes to Google to boost mobile friendly sites
What is responsive design?
Changing audience behaviors for New England readers
Bonus: Social Media Session with Lois Dolley, NNE Digital Marketing Product Manager. Learn the top 10 engagement tips that you can use to boost your businesses' social media visibility today.
Please RSVP by September 29, 2015 – Space is limited.
Presented by the Daily Hampshire Gazette and NNEdigital
When: Oct 6, 2015 7 AM in Hadley, Massachusetts Cost: 0.0 (Tue, 06 Oct 2015 07 )
Renowned Master Organist Richard Webster, Director of Music at Trinity Church, will perform a series of compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach in a special concert to celebrate the 75th anniversary of The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship. Webster will also offer reflections about Dr. Schweitzer and his status as an acclaimed organist and established authority on Bach. He will be joined by organist Collin Lynch, who is the associate director of music at Trinity Church. The concert is free and open to the public, but donations to The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship will be appreciated.
Formative Assessment is an important part of any teacher's classroom. In this workshop, we will explore many online tools that can be used in any discipline to make this task easier. Many of these tools can also be creatively applied to authentic assessment and summative assessment. The specific tools looked at will include getkahoot.com, polleverywhere.com, socrative.com, plickers.com, and Google Forms. Using Technology to Make Formative Assessment Easi - $0.00
When: Mar 22, 2016 12 PM in Lowell, Massachusetts Cost: $0 (Tue, 22 Mar 2016 12 )
Oi! Streetpunk! Thrash Metal Fundraiser Show for Lowell Transitional Living Center homeless shelter. 9/10 $5, at the door, Show is 21+, PU TIX at the Door Punk Rock Raffle: Records, Posters, Band Merchandise & more! The Bands! The Damn Garrison: Working Class OI! from Dover, N.H. taking to the streets like a hurricane. Iron Chin: From Berlin, N.H., “where street punk meets arena rock". American Burn: From Manchester, N.H., mixing it up with some thrashing hardcore metal. The Saints of Sorrow: From Portland, Maine, punk rock and roll the way it was meant to be.
A conversation with Ayaan Hirsi Ali
A distinguished political leader and relentless champion of free speech and women’s rights, Ayaan Hirsi Ali is one of today’s most admired and controversial public figures. She will be coming to MIT to discuss her latest book: Heretic: Why Islam Needs a Reformation Now (published March 2015). Hirsi Ali has been honored as one of TIME Magazine's "100 Most Influential People", a Glamour Magazine Hero and as Reader's Digest's European of the Year. Praised as “required reading for everyone everywhere,” her memoir Infidel illustrates how a determined woman can impact much more history than just her own. Currently, Hirsi Ali is a fellow with the Future of Diplomacy Project at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University.
Joining the conversation will be John Tirman, the executive director and a principal research scientist at MIT's Center for International Studies. A prolific writer, his most recent book is Dream Chasers: Immigration and the American Backlash (published March 2015).
With today's easy access to technology and online tools, educators have to face new challenges in the classroom. Everyone needs to learn how to act when online. With the growth of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) there is a need to talk about responsible use of technology. In this 50 minute workshop we will cover the nine themes of digital citizenship and the concept of REPs (Respect, Educate, and Protect). We take a look at how you and your students can build a positive digital fingerprint and how easy it is to copyright your work with a creative commons. Digital Citizenship/Digital Fingerprint/Creative C - $0.00
When: Mar 8, 2016 12 PM in Lowell, Massachusetts Cost: $0 (Tue, 08 Mar 2016 12 )
Come wrap-up the end of summer with Coalition Boston on summer's offical last day! We will be having some great drinks, networking, and snacks while listening to the sounds of classic rap beats for this w-RAP-up party! Meet the successful businesses and entrepreneurs that form Coalition's entrepreneurial community, including investors, marketers, developers, and professional service providers. Special Speaker: One of our members will also be discussing their latest projects and devolpments they have been working on all summer! About Coalition: Coalition is a top coworking space in Downtown Crossing (hyper-centrally located atop the red, orange, and green lines!). All of our members are revenue-generating and over half are veteran entrepreneurs with multiple businesses. Our spaces and events are built to make it easier for entrepreneurs to bounce ideas off each other. Community is very important to us, as we work to connect our members to the startup ecosystem, investors, and others who can help you grow. Join the Coalition! About Trext: Trext is a software platform that is designed to take advantage of smart texting, using decision tree logic to engage in interactive messaging with one person alone or with thousands of people simultaneously. This is often more effective than phone calls or emails. The company works with different colleges including Hampshire College, Salem State University, UMass Amherst and more. Additionally we worked with Celebrity Series of Boston, Boston Children's Hospital and Communicate Health About Jenn Baytler: Jenn Baytler joined the Trext team at the beginning of June as a Marketing and Client Relations Specialist with a strong initiative on Social Media and Inbound Marketing strategies. She is currently in her fourth and final year at UMass Boston as a Marketing major.Jenn loved marketing since she took a class her freshman year in high school, even though another career path she was deciding was to be a doctor.
Give a listen to “Old Photographs,” the closing track on Tommy Emmanuel’s It’s Never Too Late, and you’ll hear the distinctive squeak of finger noise as he runs his hands across the frets of his Maton Signature TE guitar. It’s an imperfection in the performance that players typically try to eliminate in practice, and in the hands of a less-secure musician, that sound could easily be edited from the recording with Pro Tools recording technology.
But in their own way, those imperfections are perfect. For all of the masterful technique and flashy ability that’s brought Emmanuel recognition among the world’s greatest guitarists, that finger noise lets the audience know he is one of them. That click conveys warmth and humanity. And it demonstrates an honesty in the sound. It’s that integrity that makes It’s Never Too Late a guitar album that’s believable to both studied guitarists and everyday music fans.
“It’s all about the feeling of the music,” Emmanuel says. “And it has to make me feel something. I’m still playing for myself, you know, because I figure if I please me, then I’m pretty sure I’m gonna please you. And that’s not an arrogant statement, it’s just quality control.”
Quality is laced throughout It’s Never Too Late, the first regular studio album featuring Emmanuel completely solo without guests since 2000. A friend and follower of the late Chet Atkins – who christened Emmanuel a Certified Guitar Player, making him one of only five musicians to receive the C.G.P. distinction from the master – Emmanuel easily skates between musical styles, playing with blues in “One Mint Julep,” infusing Spanish tradition in “El Vaquero” and exploring folk in “The Duke.”
When: Feb 4, 2016 7 PM to Feb 4, 2016 9 PMin Boston, Massachusetts Cost: $35-45 (Thu, 04 Feb 2016 19 )
Take a break from moving in to your new apartment or getting settled back in to the swing of college life and join us for our September Booze & Books party. At this party we're bringing a few of our favorite things together for one rockin' night. Come enjoy some drinks and complimentary breakfast bites, play a round of water pong, and settle in to watch one of our favorite college themed movies! To make it more fun we'll put out some board games and things to color. About Booze & Books: At our monthly parties we’ll announce our upcoming events, highlight our favorite reads and show off our newest gift items. There will be complimentary appetizers available, as well as drink and food specials.
About the Artist Irish artist, Róisín O’Farrell was born to a family of talented artists. Her exposure to art from an early age offered her a visual apprenticeship to both classical and contemporary art. Róisín paints bright, vibrantly colorful paintings in textured, buttery oils with a contemporary finish. Her work is influenced by a sense of home, and feature warm, light filled period interiors, tumbled families of rain boots, vintage cutlery and quirky china teacups. First discovered in early 2009, Róisín work is in high demand in established galleries across Ireland, the UK and Europe. “how I paint is as important to me as what I paint. Certainly light, colour and texture are critical elements. Alternating between pallet knife and brush allows me to create rich textures, use lots of juicy paint and suggest rather than describe. I'm affected by bold jewel colours and treat myself to them as I work, like sweeties from a box.”
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts is a community-focused, tax-paying, not-for-profit health plan recognized as one of the nation’s best for member satisfaction and quality. With their upcoming lease renewal at the Landmark Center pending, BCBSMA was ready to consider moving to a new headquarters that would acknowledge changes in the workplace, and their work force, that have occurred in the last few decades. For the project, the organization developed a set of Guiding Principles that promoted Collaboration, Innovation, Health & Wellness and Sustainability. BCBSMA evaluated a number of sites, both within Boston and the suburbs. The decision to relocate to 101 Huntington Avenue in the Prudential Center complex was due to its proximity to public transportation, and the opportunity to design a modern, light filled efficient work space. Join us to hear how the members of the BCBSMA Real Estate incorporated these Guiding Principles into their new Headquarters and delivered a best-in-class workplace to their associates. Panel Members: Don DiPanfilo, Vice President, Corporate Real Estate and Administrative Services at BCBSMA Larry Healey, Director, Real Estate Strategy and Planning Jay Rivera, Director, Real Estate & Design Cancellation Policy: If you won't be able to make the event, please cancel your registration no less than 48 hours prior to the event to receive a refund and/or avoid a no show fee.
Beverly, MA – PLAYBILL, an Archives and Museum exhibit, will be on display through December 17, 2015 in the Halle Library Archive & Museum Gallery at Endicott College, 376 Hale Street, Beverly, MA. Opening reception is September 16, 2015 from 4-6 pm. Exhibit and reception are free and open to the public. Exhibit is open Tuesday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information contact Barbara Broudo at 978-232-2257.
Endicott celebrates the Performing Arts and Creative Writing which have been important components of the curriculum and college activities from the founding of Endicott College. This exhibit highlights dance, music, poetry, writing, and theater. Throughout the years, performances have drawn audiences from campus and the greater Beverly community to outstanding programs. Take a look at how these programs have evolved through the years.
Today, The Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts supports a variety of performing arts venues. Facilities include a professional quality performance hall, a state-of-the-art recording studio and a black box theater for drama, dance, technical theater workshops, and performances. There are also rehearsal and practice rooms for music, dance, and theater.
PLAYBILL exhibit will be on display through December 17, 2015 in the Halle Library Archive & Museum Gallery at Endicott College, Hale Street Beverly, MA. Opening reception is September 16, 2015 from 4-6 pm. Exhibit and reception are free and open to the public. Exhibit is open Tuesday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information contact Barbara Broudo at 978-232-2257.
When: Sep 1, 2015 10 AM to Sep 1, 2015 4 PMin Beverly, Massachusetts (Tue, 01 Sep 2015 10 )
The National Black Doll Museum is pleased to present “The Art of Dining” an interactive and intimate cooking experience. In the museum's galleries a series of five talk and taste culinary programs will be presented in a four day event.
From the President’s table, our host is Sir Master Chef Ronnie J. Seaton Sr. who is a retired White House chef of 38 years. Each session will begin with tantalizing tales of his culinary journey at the White House, from President Regan to President Obama. Sir Master Chef Seaton will demonstrate techniques, share tips and favorite dishes of the Presidents in which he served.
In addition to Master Chef Ronnie, highly acclaimed Chef’s Stewart Thomas, Val Bennett and Aaron Thomas will also offer delicious insights and samples of some of your favorite foods.
Whether your interest is in setting a Presidential table, organic farming, fusing your own oils, gathering new recipes or simply savoring and sampling sumptuous bites, these pros will share their tips and tricks in a high energy experience for the entire family!
When: Oct 1, 2015 7 PM to Oct 1, 2015 10 PMin Mansfield, Massachusetts Cost: Children 6-16 $25 Saturday Matinee Only
General Admission $50
VIP $75 (Thu, 01 Oct 2015 19 )
Discover the charming lifestyle and traditions of one of the oldest towns in the United States by going inside some of the most beautiful homes on the North Shore. The 2015 tour will showcase many of the wonderful features of Ipswich, including its scenic countryside, salt marshes and historical places. The homes featured will represent an astonishing range of architectural styles, from First and Second Period up to latest in contemporary design. Please visit at www.OpenDoorsofIpswich.org for more details.
When: Oct 3, 2015 12 AM to Oct 3, 2015 12 AMin Ipswich, Massachusetts (Sat, 03 Oct 2015 00 )
Newton Choral Society is now the Commonwealth Chorale! DEADLINE FOR PURCHASING SUBSCRIPTIONS IS November 1, 2015! TICKETS WILL BE MAILED TO YOU. SEE all three CONCERT DESCRIPTIONS BELOW. Location for all concerts: Church of the Holy Name 1689 Centre Street West Roxbury, MA 02132 EXILE & MIRACLES Israel in Egypt - George Fredric Handel Saturday, Nov 21 2015 - 8:00pm We launch our debut season as Commonwealth Chorale with Handel's monumental "Israel in Egypt". Beloved by audiences worldwide for the dazzling breadth and variety of its choral movements, this powerful work contains some of Handel's most vivid writing. Through text painting and the masterful interplay of orchestra and chorus, Israel in Egypt brings us frogs and flies, hailstones and fire, not to mention a memorable horse and rider. Few choral works can match the sweep of this 18th century masterpiece. With drama and stillness, despair and triumph, Israel in Egypt has it all. Soloists: Dana Lynne Varga | soprano Vera Savage | mezzo-soprano Matthew Anderson | tenor Bret Aarden | baritone HISTORY & NATURE The Revelations of Divine Love - Carson Cooman Sunday, Mar. 13, 2016 - 3:00pm Performed only twice in Boston, "The Revelations of Divine Love (Metaphors from Sea and Sky)" has delighted audiences across the country and beyond since its premiere in 2009. Based largely on the texts of Julian of Norwich, a 14th c. English female mystic, it evokes a landscape of sea and sky. Filled with atmosphere and color, this remarkable oratorio creates a strong sense of mood and place specifically Nantucket, which provided the composer's inspiration for this large-scale work with orchestra. LOVE & DEVOTION Dharma Chant - Richard St. Clair Saturday, May 21, 2016 8:00pm We conclude our season with a world premiere by Boston-area composer Richard St. Clair. Written and revised over a 20-year period, "Dharma Chant: A Buddhist Oratorio in Three Parts" tells the story of a deeply personal search for enlightenment. Based on spiritual texts, including the Buddha's celebrated teachings on lovingkindness, this moving work is both inspiring and uplifting. Weaving vocal lines of counterpoint and canon in a rich tapestry of four-part a cappella, this is an exciting new addition to the choral repertoire and a concert not to be missed.
When: Nov 21, 2015 12 AM to May 21, 2016 12 AMin West Roxbury, Massachusetts Cost: 75 - 75 USD (Sat, 21 Nov 2015 00 )
Leadership in Energy Efficiency The 15th annual conference will highlight the key roles leaders play in advancing energy efficiency in the Northeast. Speakers will cover topics ranging from the pivotal role regulatory leaders play in shaping the direction of energy efficiency to business leaders who turn policy into energy savings and make our region a trailblazer for efficiency program development. Keynote Address - Matthew Beaton, Secretary of the MA Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Beaton will discuss Governor Baker administration's energy initiatives, its perspectives on energy efficiency and how industry and regulators can work to move the state and region forward toward their clean energy goals. New York REVs the Electric industry New York State has embarked on an ambitious initiaitve to reform the state's energy industry and regulatory models. The hope is that this effort will lead to regulatory changes that promote more efficient use of energy, deeper penetration of renewable and distributed energy resources, promote greater used of advanced energy management products and empower customers by allowing them more choice in how they manage and consume electric energy. These truly are lofty goals, but with increased focus on demand management, renewables, and distributed energy, what are the implications for energy efficiency? What steps are being taken to ensure a balanced approach to meeting the policy objects of REV? The panelists will cover a range of topics including: The role of energy efficiency after REV Details of the REV regulatory framework Demonstration projects proposed by utilities in their Efficiency Transition Implementation Plans Implications for the utility business model Impacts of moving EE programs to utilities and at the same time giving them more programming flexibility Moderator: Adam Burke, Opinion Dynamics · Steve Mysholowsky, Section Manager, Con Edison · Mike Voltz, P.E., Director, Energy Efficiency and Renewables, PSEG It's Even Bigger Than You Think - How the Massachusetts Efficiency Industry has Changed Since the Passage of the Green Communities Act Peregrine Energy Group and the Northeast Energy Efficiency Council are developing a report that explores the impact of the Green Communities Acts on the Massachusetts energy efficiency industry. Looking through the lens of the companies that make up that industry, the report addresses two questions: how has the industry changed since 2008, when the Act was passed, and what does the industry look like today? - Marlana Patton, Director of Communications, Peregrine Energy Group Lunch EPA's 111(d) Clean Power Plan Could Increase Efficiency Impacts, Net Benefits and Total Value The release of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Clean Power Plan proposal starts the clock on what will be a multiyear process of review, analysis, planning, and implementation for states, affected sources, and other stakeholders. Depending on the outcome of this process and the methods by which states choose to comply, nationwide annual expenditures on utility energy efficiency programs could increase threefold, and the net electric system benefits from these programs could increase approximately 15 percent by 2030 solely due to their compliance value. These benefits would not only reduce the total cost of compliance but also reduce power prices. Inclusion of efficiency in Clean Power Plan compliance would make efficiency programs more cost effective and increase efficiency's risk management value to utilities. This panel will examine these implications and discuss background and timeline of EPA's Clean Power Plan, building blocks to the best system of emission reduction (BSER), quantifying the value of energy efficiency as a compliance mechanism, and evaluation of the requirement by utilities in the northeast and their perceived role and plans for involvement in compliance. Moderator: Matt Dugan, ICF International · Matt Gibbs, Director Energy Efficiency (Connecticut), Eversource · Chris MacCracken, Vice President, ICF Energy Advisory & Solutions Group Business Customer Engagement In recent years, the industry has placed tremendous focus on the engagement of residential utility customers in driving demand for efficiency programs and increasing customer satisfaction. However, business customers also play a critical role in the success of energy efficiency programs, and engagement of these customers is a key priority for program administrators. Session panelists will showcase different approaches for engaging this important, but often hard-to-reach segment. Efforts to engage customers will be discussed, including initiatives focused on showcasing and leveraging business leadership from the region. Moderator: Laura Orfanedes, Fiveworx · Geoffrey Phillips, Customer Engagement Supervisor, Eversource · Lisa Cascio, Public Relations Manager, Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP) Reception Conference attendees are invited to convene for beverages, light refreshments, and conversation. SPONSORS CO-SPONSORS
When: Sep 30, 2015 8 AM in Framingham, Massachusetts (Wed, 30 Sep 2015 08 )
Coding with Minecraft! In this class, we will learn how to build our very own buildings with code! We can quickly make a tower, or a house, or whatever you can imagine quickly through code. This class will teach the basics of Python, a popular scripting language, using it to make new things happen in Minecraft. Age Recommendation : 8-13 All proceeds from this event will be donated by Playcrafting split between two non-profits:Girls Who Code and Mouse. Requirements Please bring your own laptop. We will send out instructions a few weeks prior to the class with instructions on what needs to be installed ( will include your own Minecraft server, Python etc). Support for problematic installations will be available before the class. Students will need to have a Minecraft Login. Registration You are required to have the following at registration: Eventbrite Ticket ID for child (or parent). - Preference: Photo ID for children, Photo ID for parent, Other ID for children (library card, student ID, etc.) Tickets Ticket price is to ensure attendance for the event. All proceeds will be donated by Playcrafting split between two non-profits: Girls Who Code and Mouse. One ticket is for you and your child. Please bring ID for both you and your child to gain access to the building. For children participating unattended, please ensure they have ID. Note that we have a limited number of seating available. If your child requires supervision, please stay. If you elect to stay, note that seat priority will be given to kids. The facility will have plenty of places for parents to lounge, including wifi and coffee. Come and get some work done! For parents dropping off, we will require emergency contacts and that they be present for the end of the day Demo/Closing Ceremony. Important Reminders Bring a laptop installed with the software needed if required Bring ID Young children will require supervision. Please stay and participate if possible. Please contact Stacey Mulcahy – Stacey.email@example.com if you have any questions regarding the event. Hope to see you there!
When: Nov 11, 2015 6 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Wed, 11 Nov 2015 18 )
Feeling a Tug to Be The Change You Want to See? Have a burning desire to do something more meaningful? Want to make a difference in the lives of others? A greater contribution to the community or the world? You are in good company! There is a tidal wave of humanity asking the question "If not now, When?" You are ready to Launch Your Encore Revolution! Laura Willis, founder of Encore Revolution, guides us with personal growth and awareness exercises in this interactive workshop to discover:, how to identify your true purpose and mission or what’s at your “CORE” how to align your business or work with it the art and science of creating an authentic powerful message or your “rally cry” how to create your manifesto to connect your passion with the people only you can reach
-Giving new life to beautiful Judaica and Fine Art for your home
Donated treasures repurposed for new families to enjoy at exceptional prices
-Sell Unwanted Gold
-Bring value antiques & memorabilia for Verbal appraisal by Eldred’s Appraisal
[1 for $18, 3 for $36, 5 for $54] Limit 5 items per person. Appraisal times need to be scheduled.Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Percentage of all sales donated back to the congregation for the benefit of the community.
When: Oct 18, 2015 9 AM to Oct 18, 2015 2 PMin Hingham, Massachusetts (Sun, 18 Oct 2015 09 )
The Friends of Kevin Networking Group is happy to announce we will be hosting a networking event for our friends in the wedding industry. The event will be held on Sept 30th at the Dracut Law Offices at 101 Broadway Road. The event is from 6 to 8pm and the admission fee is $20.00 Space is limited and pre-registration is reqauired no walk in registration will be allowed for this event.
It's getting bright in here! Join us in Westborough on September 18th as we jumpstart the 2015-2016 MAPD Lunch N Learns with a sunny discussion about solar development in Massachusetts. Our host Jim Robbins, the Planning Director for Westborough, will provide an overview of the Town's solar bylaw, why they created it and what the Town learned through the application of this bylaw. He will then turn things over to one of their solar developers who will describe why they pursued solar, a description of their specific project, and explain his experience in getting local permits. The developer will end with some lessons learned and how they would do things differently next time. Register by September 15th to guarantee your seat! Please note: This Lunch N Learn includes a tour of the completed solar development, which will occur after the Lunch N Learn at approximately 2:30pm. Extend your summer with us at Arturo's in Westborough on September 18th at 12pm to learn more about this important topic!
When: Sep 18, 2015 11:45:00 AM in Westborough, Massachusetts (Fri, 18 Sep 2015 11:45:00 )
Description: Making chain by hand is an age-old craft adaptable to endless modern variations. The interlocking ring patterns of chainmaille can be used for everything from delicate jewelry to sculpture to armor, yet the basic tools and materials are simple and portable. In this class, you'll learn the techniques and tricks for creating and finishing high-quality chains while starting two bracelets in the classic Byzantine and European 4-1 weaves, plus learning about some of the countless variations possible. Instruction on selecting the right ring sizes and materials will provide a foundation for planning your own projects. Additional weaves, such as Persian, spiral, or Japanese-style chainmaille, may be covered as time allows. Expected Outcomes: Students will leave with two started bracelets in basic chainmaille weaves (Byzantine and European 4-1), as well as additional starters in other weaves as time allows. They will also gain an understanding of aspect ratio and cutting processes to select ring sizes, pros/cons of various metals, and finishing and tumbling of chainmaille. Prerequisites: No experience required! Students must be at least 18 years old. Materials Provided: For a $25 materials fee payable to the instructor during class, students will be provided with a basic kit including two pairs of chainmaille-ready pliers and plenty of rings for two bracelets. Extra kits in other colors and metals will be available for $8-15 each. What to Bring: Students should bring their $25 materials fee in cash, card, or check payable to the instructor. Students may also bring their own jewelry pliers, plus any clasps, beads or findings they would like to use, and a notebook to take notes (there will also be handouts). Instructor Biography: Karen Burke sold her first pieces of jewelry at age seven, took a two-decade detour for higher education and the corporate world, and then rediscovered metal. Self-taught for years, and recently a graduate of the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts, she now works and teaches out of the jewelry studio at Artisan's Asylum, with a particular focus on chains, repairs, unusual metals, and casting. Event Time: This one-day workshop will run Saturday, October 3, 1-4pm. REFUNDS: We offer full refunds for any class cancellations more than one week in advance of the class start date. After that point refunds are contingent upon the Asylum being able to fill the seat. No refunds whatsoever are offered for same-day cancellations. To request a refund for a class, please fill out this form. CANCELLATIONS: Your class may be cancelled if too few people register. A decision will be made a few days before the class is scheduled to run, and you will be notified of the cancellation and your registration refunded in full.
When: Oct 3, 2015 1 PM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Sat, 03 Oct 2015 13 )
The ultimate live trivia spectacular, now every month!
Step up, geeks: The Big Quiz Thing, the Boston area’s favorite live trivia event, is at Oberon the first Monday of every month. Quizmaster Wes Hazard presents five big rounds of multimedia quiz excitement, including video puzzles, audio clues, the Lightning Round, the Text Message Challenge, the Buzzertastic Three-Way Finale, and the best, smartest live quiz questions anywhere! Plus, there’s hope for dummies: Smart-Ass Points for wrong but funny answers. Best of all, the $200 cash jackpot split among four team, along with show tickets books, DVDs, CDs, baked goods, and more excellent prizes. FREE ADMISSION! Learn more at bigquizthing.com.
Check out The Big Quiz Thing team invading Harvard Square here!
Free and open to the public! Doors at 7PM-grab a drink and get ready for to test your knowledge! All seating is General Admission and first come, first serve. Website: http://americanrepertorytheater.org/ Phone: 617.496.8004 Location: OBERON
Story Club Boston is a storytelling/reading event featuring guest performers and an open mic. Storytellers are asked to tell a story based on the theme of the night (info available on the Story Club Boston website). Open mic readers have eight minutes to tell their story. The best story (as voted by the audience) may be featured on the national Story Club website. Our show is also taped for a podcast available on Audible.com. Suggested donation: $5
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