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Lecture Hall East Boston Branch of the Boston Public Library 365 Bremen Street East Boston, MA 02128 Friday, November 28, 2014, 10:30am – 2pm
This is an ESL High Beginning English Class for people with some experience. Class size is limited. Registration is required. To register and for more information please call 617-859-2446, or email email@example.com.
Library: East Boston Neighborhood: East Boston Type of Event: ESOL Cost: Free Audience: Adults
When: Nov 28, 2014 10 AM in East Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 28 Nov 2014 10 )
The international success of Rebecca Skloot’s New York Times bestseller, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, has created keen interest in the Lacks Family and Henrietta’s legacy. In their appearances, the family shares with audiences what it meant to find out—decades after the fact—that Henrietta's cells were being used in laboratories around the world, bought and sold by the billions. The family's visits put a personal face to big issues such as the dark history of experimentation on African Americans, the birth of bioethics, and the legal battles over “informed consent” and whether we control the stuff we’re made of, and should share in the profits.
The Lacks Family is proud to honor the memory of Henrietta and her unparalleled contributions to science; in celebrating her legacy, family members give audiences a sincere first-person perspective on the collision between ethics, race and the commercialization of human tissue, and how the experience changed the Lacks family from generation to generation.
David Lacks, Jr. is a computer engineer and sits on the board of NIH, working with the policies on experimentation. Shirley Lacks was Debra's best friend growing up and the oldest family member to speak at these events. She will discuss first hand her experience in the south and the culture of the time.
Sponsored by the The Thomas B. Healy Fund, Williams Reads, and the Gaudino Fund. For free tickets, contact the '62 Center Box Office, Tues - Sat, 1-5 pm at 413-597-2425 or order online.
When: Feb 11, 2015 8 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts Cost: Free of Charge but Tickets Required (Wed, 11 Feb 2015 20 )
Over 35 farmers sell their seasonal products at this annual event produced by Berkshire Grown and the Sustainable Food & Agriculture Program. This market feature locally grown and produced foods and gifts, plus live music, lunch fare, and activities for children, during months when most farmers’ markets are not open in the region. Admission is free.
“By shopping at our Holiday Farmers’ Markets, community members can buy delicious food and at the same time put money into the pockets of our hardworking local farmers,” said Barbara Zheutlin, executive director of BerkshireGrown. “The variety of cheeses, breads, and apples are especially exciting to me as I love serving combinations of these items throughout the holidays. And I know I'm strengthening the local economy when I shop, so it's a win-win.”
The markets showcase the late fall Berkshire crop of squashes and root vegetables, such as delicata, honey nut and butternut squashes, onions, carrots, and beets, as well as locally-roasted coffee, baked goods, meats, cheeses, apples, jams, chutneys, cordials, cider, maple syrup, and honey. Gifts will include soaps, hand and body lotions, candles, dried flower arrangements, and wreaths.
Major sponsors of the Holiday Farmers’ Markets include Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources (MDAR), and Williams College. Berkshire Grown received funding from MDAR to promote Massachusetts Grown…and Fresher! at the markets. As part of Williams College’s ongoing commitment to sustainable food and local agriculture, the college is again co-sponsoring the markets by donating the Williamstown venue, as well as providing funding toward the event. The Williams College Sustainable Food and Agriculture Program and The Zilka Center for Environmental Initiatives are supporting the markets as a community partnership to further incorporate the principles of sustainability into the fabric of campus life. For more information on the college’s ongoing commitment to sustainable food, visit sustainability.williams.edu.
In addition, Berkshire Grown is grateful for generous support from the Williamstown Chamber of Commerce, Berkshire Co-op Market, BerkshireOrganics, Greater Berkshire Agriculture Fund of The Carrot Project, Guido’s Fresh Marketplace, Kimball Farms, Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, and Sweet Brook Farm.
Berkshire Grown supports and promotes local agriculture as a vital part of theBerkshire community, economy, and landscape; its mission is to “Keep farmers farming!” Through events, workshops, promotions, advocacy, and education highlighting locally grown and produced food, Berkshire Grown helps to create a thriving local food economy. For more information or to become a member of the non-profit organization, see berkshiregrown.org or call 413.528.0041.
When: Dec 14, 2014 10 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sun, 14 Dec 2014 10 )
Join your favorite Auntie as we make a return appearance in Clinton, MA at The Simple Man Saloon on the night after Thanksgiving, Friday, November 28th, 2014. It's our last appearance anywhere in 2014, and we're looking to make it a night to remember well into 2015! Take the short ride to Clinton to experience the Simple Man, a great music venue with delicious pub style food and great beers on tap. We'll be playing Classic Rock, Blues, Alt Rock and Party favorites all night long so you can dance off your Thanksgiving dinner, and maybe some brand new songs you have not heard from us before. Please help us show the Simple Man and its patrons what another great night with Auntie Trainwreck is all about, and let's help Clinton decide who their favorite Auntie is!!! Who's coming? 21+, No cover!
When: Nov 28, 2014 9 PM in Clinton, Massachusetts (Fri, 28 Nov 2014 21 )
Burn off the turkey and get the family out of the house on Friday, November 28 at Franklin Park Zoo and Stone Zoo! Admission will be half-price the day after Thanksgiving. It’s a wonderful opportunity to spend a memorable day with family and friends while discovering all of the incredible animals at each Zoo.
Please note: The admission discount does not apply to Stone Zoo’s evening ZooLights event.
When: Nov 28, 2014 10 AM to Nov 28, 2014 4 PMin Stoneham, Massachusetts (Fri, 28 Nov 2014 10 )
Witness a magical afternoon this holiday season with a wondrous ballet experience that evokes joy and elevates your spirit to a new height. Dance Prisms Nutcracker will leave you with family memories to last a lifetime! Dance Prism is composed of approximately 25 professional dancers and apprentices, supplemented for larger productions such as The Nutcracker by serious ballet students who audition annually for the company. Dance Prisms casts include dancers from throughout the northeast region and eastern seaboard.
When: Dec 14, 2014 1 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: $24/$18 and Group rates (Sun, 14 Dec 2014 13 )
On Friday, November 28th, our ten year reunion will be held at the Hyannis Golf Club located at 1840 Iyanough Road (Route 132) in Hyannis from 7-11PM. Tickets will be $25, which can be paid online at this website. Appetizers, soda and coffee are included in the ticket price, and a cash bar will also be available. Dress is casual and there will be music and a dance floor. Come celebrate with old friends!
When: Nov 28, 2014 7 PM to Nov 28, 2014 11 PMin Hyannis, Massachusetts Cost: 25 - 25 USD (Fri, 28 Nov 2014 19 )
Join us for an afternoon of holiday music in the splendor of the Great House ballroom. North Shore's premier choral group Cantemus will present a program of classical holiday music and finish with a fun sing-along of your favorite song. Refreshments served.
When: Dec 14, 2014 3 PM in Ipswich, Massachusetts Cost: $20 members. $25 nonmembers.
From Boston, MA and roots in Northeast PA, The Indobox is starting dance-parties everywhere they go, bringing something they call Dance-Rock... Guitarists Mike Carter and Joe Zarick fuse psychedelic rock guitars with dirty dance beats from Steve Learson's synths and Quinn Ferree's drums, all with catchy hooks to sing along to. An having played gigs with The New Deal and at Camp Bisco Festivals, you know every Indobox show will inevitably turn into a wild dance party.
When: Nov 28, 2014 10 PM in Allston, Massachusetts Cost: $12 (Fri, 28 Nov 2014 22 )
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