Heartbreak Hill Virtual Running Tour

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Join Paul Clerici, author of The Boston Marathon and 23-time Boston Marathon finisher for a special tour of Heartbreak Hill. Live Q&A follows a video presentation on Zoom. Part of the Adventures in History series supported by Newton-Wellesley Hospital and a grant from the Newton Cultural Council, part of the Mass Cultural Council. Register Here

Build Back Better: Upskilling Your Workforce Post-Pandemic

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Join us for an online presentation on the Massachusetts Workforce Training Fund Program. The presentation is geared to you and your business needs. You'll get an overview of the features and benefits of each Workforce Training Fund grant program, including the amount of available funding, program guidelines, and how to apply for each grant. You'll […]

Welcome Baby! from Home

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Are you a new parent in our new world of social distancing? Drop in to our virtual Welcome Baby! gatherings from the comfort of your couch. Facilitated by an Early Childhood Specialist, you will find meaningful ways to connect with your baby and other parents as we navigate new parenthood in these unusual circumstances.This will […]

PJ Library Shabbat Circle Time

Spy Pond Park, 56 Pond Lane Arlington, MA, 02474 Spy Pond Park, 56 Pond Lane, Arlington

Gather and meet other families for a socially distanced circle time with Shabbat-themed stories and songs at Spy Pond park. Bring your own blanket. Masks required for everyone over the age of 2. In case of rain, a Zoom link will be provided. For more information, join JCC Metro North Family Connection on Facebook or contact metronorth@jccgb.org or 617-841-8009. […]

Harvard Museums Online: What Spiders Have to Say

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Harvard Museums of Science and Culture will present a free, online event in its Evolution Matters series, What Spiders Have to Say on April 28, 6PM-7PM. John Harvard Distinguished Science Fellow, Paul Shamble, will discuss the lives, habits, and morphologies of spiders, including sensory structures, cognition, locomotion, and behavior. Register Here Photo by Marcus Lange on Unsplash

Seizing the Moment Against Racism: What Allies Can Do

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Join us for a frank conversation about the role companies, executives, employees and customers must all play when we witness acts of injustice or bigotry in our places of work and our communities.  Being good allies is not only about what we do, but about the insight and understanding that results from better appreciating one another’s lived […]

Networking for Nonprofits

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If you work, sit on a board, or volunteer for a nonprofit organization, please join us for an hour of virtual networking that will feature a series of breakout rooms. Presented by the chamber's nonprofit committee, our nonprofit networking series offers attendees a chance to connect, collaborate, share common challenges and discuss best practices in […]

Newton By Map

Online Event Webinar Link Inside Confirmation Email, Watertown

Join the Leventhal Map and Education Center and the Newton Free Library for a deep dive into Newton’s historical geography. Using Atlascope, the Leventhal Center’s user-friendly portal for exploring urban atlases, this live-streamed event will explore what Newton was like in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, investigate how the community has changed over […]

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Tools for Preventing Sexual Harassment: Becoming Active Bystanders

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Join us for an engaging and educational training on how to create a safe environment by preventing sexual harassment before it happens. The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center’s expert trainer uses an evidence-based approach that emphasizes the power of bystanders to make change on an everyday basis.  Participants will leave with concrete tools and interventions they […]

PJ Library Shabbat Circle Time

Spy Pond Park, 56 Pond Lane Arlington, MA, 02474 Spy Pond Park, 56 Pond Lane, Arlington

Gather and meet other families for a socially distanced circle time with Shabbat-themed stories and songs at Spy Pond park. Bring your own blanket. Masks required for everyone over the age of 2. In case of rain, a Zoom link will be provided. For more information, join JCC Metro North Family Connection on Facebook or contact metronorth@jccgb.org or 617-841-8009. […]