Supporting the Behavioral Health of Your Employees

Virtual Newton, MA

As we enter a new post-COVID era of work, many businesses are trying to understand how to better support their employees after the ups, downs, and uncertainties of the past year. We know, now more than ever, that employee mental health is important, but how do you strike the right balance between needing your team […]

Museum of Science Online: Feeding Communities

Virtual Newton, MA

Boston’s Museum of Science will hold a free, online #MOSatHome discussion, Feeding Communities — Big Challenges, Local Actions, on April 28 at 5PM. The discussion will be moderated by Laura Reiley (Washington Post business of food reporter and will include Jen Faigel (Executive Director and Cofounder, CommonWealth Kitchen), Greg Watson (Director for Policy and Systems Design, Schumacher Center for a New Economics), and Norbert […]

Harvard Museums Online: What Spiders Have to Say

Virtual Newton, MA

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

Food as Medicine: How Food Choices Change Your Mood, Brain and Body

Virtual Newton, MA

The way we live and the food we choose to put in our bodies every day can determine our mood, brain function, body processes, and even the expression of our genes. In this talk you will learn about cutting-edge advances in the science of Lifestyle Medicine, and how you can leverage this knowledge to optimize […]

Textures of Connection: An Artist Talk with Chanel Thervil

Virtual Newton, MA

Chanel Thervil uses varying combinations of abstraction and portraiture to convene communal dialogue around culture, social issues, and existential questions. She desires to empower and inspire tenderness and healing among communities of color through the arts.

Newton Community Farm: Cooking with the Season

Virtual Newton, MA

Join Chef Jay Vilar of Newton Community Farm for this hands-on and informative cooking series. Learn how to make healing tonics, teas and smoothies in one session, then explore adding flavor to your sauces in the next and finish off the series by learning to cook with fresh summer veggies. Leave these sessions feeling healthy […]

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PJ Library Shabbat Circle Time

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. […]

Seizing the Moment Against Racism: What Allies Can Do

Virtual Newton, MA

Join us for a frank conversation about the role companies, executives, employees and consumers 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 […]

Seizing the Moment Against Racism: What Allies Can Do

Virtual Newton, MA

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 […]