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Groovin' On Main

SAVE THE DATE (09/21/18) 6 PM-11 PM

Food.Music.Community sounds almost persfect, come enjoy the 16th Annual Fundraiser Groovin' On Main at 260 Washington St Dorchester, MA 02121

Tickets $60 per person or $100 per couple

 

Listening Forum Series For District Attorney Candidates

Join Tonight ~Monday, July 9th for a Listening Forum with District Attorney Candidate Linda Champion. Check out the flyer with more information on all upcoming Listening Forums. R.A.V.E. (resistance, advocacy, voting, and education) Working Group.

Community Work Services

Job Training and Placement Services

Information Sessions every Wednesday at 1:00pm

Information Sessions include: Culinary Arts, Commercial Cleaning, Hotel and Hospitality, and Job Readiness Training

Call to see if you qualify for FREE training!

For more information contact Ashley Stone at 617-910-5176 or astone@cwsne.org www.cwsnewengtland.org |174 Portland St Boston MA 02114~ 2 blocks from North Station

Kick off the Summer Concert with Matt Heaton

Join us at The Fields Corner Branch Library this Saturday. Thanks to popular demand we are welcoming back Matt Heaton for another concert. Matt's songs are a mix of rockabilly, surf, American roots, and Irish traditional music, delivered with a wry sense of humor and sincere sense of fun. Fields Corner Branch of the BPL 1520 Dorchester Ave. 617-436-2155

Community Day: Health & Wellness Fair | June 16

 

Anointed Fire Outreach Ministry will be hosting the Community Day Health & Wellness Fair this Saturday, June 16, 2018 at 10 am. There will be health screenings, giveaways, gift card drawings, food, and more! So do not miss this free community event. 

Date: Saturday, June 16 at 10AM

Location: Anointed Fire Deliverance 777 Washington Street, Boston 02124

 

BAMS Fest | June 23, 2018

BAMS Fest will debut on Saturday, June 23, 2018 at Franklin Park, Playstead Field. The festival is a celebration and promotion of Afro-centric culture, music, art, and food, particularly highlighting the contributions to black music and culture to the City of Boston, Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the world. Given the nature of the festival, they anticipate a large turnout of 5,000 attendees. Therefore, many volunteers are needed! 

The deadline to submit a volunteer application has been extended to Monday, May 14. So sign up to help with the event today- http://www.bamsfest.org/volunteer

Rebuilding Together Boston (RTB) to Repair Homes and Community Center During National Rebuilding Month

Rebuilding Together Boston (RTB) will host more than 200 volunteers to repair nine (9) properties in Dorchester and Mattapan at no cost to the homeowners as part of Rebuilding Together’s National Rebuilding Month. Partnering with the Codman Square NDC, Red Cross and other agencies, RTB’s 2018 NRD recipients of critical repairs and updates include eight (8) homeowners in the Dorchester and Mattapan neighborhoods of Boston as well as a multi-service center in Mattapan. >> Read More

May 14th Villages Panel SAVE THE DATE

Dear Age-Friendly network, especially our friends in Dorchester,  >> Read More

Special Discount at Zia Gianna~ Italian Bakery & Caffe

Craving breakfast foods or simply want a quiet cozy place to hang out while enjoying your coffee? Then Zia Gianna, the new Italian café in Dorchester, is worthy of your attention. With the warm-colored interior, scenery photos of the Mediterranean island up on the walls, and kind greetings from the owner Nino Barbalace, one will sure feel as if they have arrived in Sicily as they enter the café. 

Nino's signature Brioche sandwiches were inspired by American-style biscuit breakfast sandwiches. Traditionally, a brioche is eaten with whipped cream or jam as Italian breakfast is mainly sweet. In an attempt to satisfy the American taste buds Nino decided to add pancetta (Italian bacon), ham, sausage, cheese and much more to the already flavorful brioche. >> Read More

MLK Memorial Discussion in Boston | Prince Hall, March 19th, 6PM

We would like your help in getting community participation on the proposed Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and First Lady It Coretta Scott King Memorial.It is very important the community is heard on a range of topics such as:
 
Location(s) - Where should the memorial be placed?
Message - What should the be the message of the memorial, as the Kings were instrumental on issues from civil rights, non-violence, the Vietnam War among many other topics and inspired many movements around the word 
Artist - How do we find a world-class artist for this project? 
Fundraising - How do we make the fundraising inclusive so this is a project of the people and we all share ownership. 
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