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Please join Save the Harbor/Save the Bay as a guest of the National Park Service in celebrating: Save the Harbor/Save the Bay's 30th Anniversary The 300th Anniversary of Boston Light The National Park Service's Centennial The 30th Anniversary of Cruiseport Boston The 20th Anniversary of the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park and the Formation of Boston Harbor Now There will be a sunset cruise to Boston Light, departing at 5:30 PM and returning at 7:30 PM on Bay State Cruise Company's Provincetown II. Boarding is at 5:00 PM. Reservations are required and registration closes June 1st. There will be light fare and a cash bar. Special guests include: Bestselling Author Eric Jay Dolin will sign copies of his new book “Brilliant Beacons: A History of the American Lighthouse.” Photographer Jeremy D’Entremont will sign prints and posters of his stunning photographs of Boston Light. Song Leader David Coffin will lead us in sea chanteys and sing a beautiful lighthouse song. Storyteller Norah Dooley will share stories as the Pirate Mary Read. Boston Light Keeper Sally Snowman will also be on board to share stories of her life on Little Brewster Island.
When: Jun 8, 2016 5 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 17 )
Boston Unlocks Creativity is a charity fashion and jewelry reception. It is a collaborative event between ARCK, renowned Boston fashion designer Daniela Corte, and creative jewelry designer Heloisa Fitzgerald to support ARCK’s mission of empowering Boston Public School students with high-quality arts education. ARCK’s programs in Boston schools serve to unlock students’ creative and academic potential while forging inter-cultural understanding and strong community relationships.
Cost: $75 PER TICKET
Sara Mraish Demeter, ARCK Executive
36 Bromfield St. Suite 301, Boston, MA 02108
Cell: (617) 407-0530
Office: (857) 265-2156
When: May 25, 2016 6 PM to May 25, 2016 9 PMin Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 18 )
Norman Rockwell’s January 18, 1919 Saturday Evening Post cover, titled “Thinking of the Girl Back Home”, depicts a sailor gazing at a photograph of his sweetheart. A short story entitled “The Refugee” appears in the same issue, written by novelist Edith Wharton, reflecting her work in war torn Paris. Join Norman Rockwell Museum’s Curator of Education, Tom Daly, and Wharton scholar Alan Price for a conversation on these two American artists and their responses to “The Great War.” Daly will discuss Rockwell’s World War I Saturday Evening Post covers and the home-front, while Price will discuss Edith Wharton’s work abroad. Presented at Wharton’s Lenox home, The Mount, this lecture will include a wine and cheese reception to follow. Limited seating, advance registration required.
When: Jun 30, 2016 4 PM in Lenox, Massachusetts (Thu, 30 Jun 2016 16 )
Description: Investment Casting is the art of casting a metal part from a master model which is destroyed in the process. This 3 day class is designed to introduce students to the art of inverstment casting using the equipment in the Artisan's Asylum Casting Shop. Students will learn the process of investment casting by taking an instructor supplied model made of 3D printed PLA or wax and casting it in Aluminum or Bronze. The class will start with model preparation, attaching sprues, investing the model and removing the model to create a mold. In the next class students will pour the metal into their mold, deinvest and retrieve the metal part. Following the class the students can schedule a testing session with another instructor to demonstate that they can safely use the equipment on their own. Class Goals: The goal of this class will be to train a student to the point where they can safely use the equipment in the Artisan's Asylum Casting Shop with a partner. Prerequisites: Students must be at least 18 years of age. Materials: All materials for the class are provided. Students should wear boots or closed-toed shoes as well as a heavy-duty long sleeved shirt, such as flannel or a heavy work shirt and long pants. Information for students interested acquiring any equipment of your own will be covered in class. Event Times: Session 1: Wednesday, May 11, 7-10pm Session 2: Wednesday, May 18, 7-10pm Session 3: Wednesday, May 25, 7-10pm Instructor Biography: Ben Macalister is a mechanical engineer and 3D printer enthusiast. He is the Artisan's Asylum's machine shop manager, and is one of the founding members of the casting studio. ARTISAN'S ASYLUM STUDENT POLICIES After you buy your ticket here on Eventbrite, please register in Artisan's Asylum's system: https://artisansasylum.com/membership/registration/ Purchase of a ticket expresses acceptance of AA's Refunds and Cancellation policies found here: https://artisansasylum.com/classpolicies/ Attending class FAQ: https://artisansasylum.com/attending-classes/
When: May 25, 2016 7 PM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 19 )
See the students of Urbanity Dance School in our annual Student Showcase! The show is Saturday, June 4 at 12:00 pm and 2:30 pm featuring performances by dancers of all ages! Parents: to check which show your children are performing in, click here to view the schedule. Tickets within each section of the house is general. Preferred seating tickets, which allow patrons to enter the house early and choose their own seats before everyone else, are available for $50.00 each. The additional proceeds from these ticket sales support the Urbanity Dance Student Scholarship Fund. If you need special seating accomodations, please contact Marco Carneiro at email@example.com Note to attendees:The house will open 30 minutes prior to show time. Seating within sections is general.
When: Jun 4, 2016 12 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sat, 04 Jun 2016 12 )
This event is designed to bring together individuals who share a passion for academics, creative writing, health, soccer, and making a difference in the lives of Boston youth. America SCORES Boston focuses on these different aspects of programming to help tackle the issues that affect thousands of inner-city youth each day. We hope that through this event you will learn more about America SCORES Boston and have the opportunity to network with other like-minded Boston area young professionals like yourself! Please join us for a night of networking, new connections, and a glimpse into SCORES' mission and programming. The event is free to attend, however with a $30 donation you will receive a SCORES Supporters Group t-shirt and complimentary Score-tini cocktail (must be 21+!). All guests who attend will also receive a SCORES scarf! Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you on June 8th!
When: Jun 8, 2016 5 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 17 )
Description: The first step in any woodworking project is dimensioning your stock. Lucky for you there are four tools specifically designed to take rough sawn lumber and process it into boards that are straight, flat, and true! The miter saw, band saw, jointer, and planer form a workflow that any woodworker interested in working with solid wood should know. This class will cover the maintenance and safe operation of these tools, and the techniques for using them to dimension rough stock. Students will leave prepared to use these tools unsupervised as members at Artisan's Asylum or in their own shops. Class Goals: Students will gain an understanding of wood, including its structure, how trees are sawn into lumber, and how lumber is graded and sized. Students will learn to process rough stock into boards that are straight, flat, and true using the Asylum's compound sliding miter saw, Powermatic and Rigid band saws, 16 inch jointer, and 22 inch planer. Topics will include safety, principles of operation, maintenance, and techniques for dimensioning and resawing. By the end of the three weeks, students will be fully tested out and ready to use these tools without supervision as members at Artisan's Asylum or in their own shops! Prerequisites: No previous experience required. Students must be at least 18 years old. Materials Provided: Rough stock will be provided for students to practice on. What to Bring: Students should wear shop appropriate clothes - closed-toe shoes, no dangly jewelry or straps, and long hair should be tied back. Event Times: Session 1: Wednesday, June 8, 7:30-9:30pm Session 2: Wednesday, June 15, 7:30-9:30pm Session 3: Wednesday, June 22, 7:30-9:30pm (TESTING) Instructor Biography: Michael Goulde attended furniture design an fabrication programs at the BU Program in Artisanry and the Museum School before making custom hardwood furniture and cabinets in Jamaica Plain for several years. He has played an important role in building out the Asylum's Wood Shop facility over the past three years. ARTISAN'S ASYLUM STUDENT POLICIES After you buy your ticket here on Eventbrite, please make sure you have registered on Artisan's Asylum's new (as of July 1, 2015) system: https://artisansasylum.com/membership/registration/ For attending class FAQ, please read: https://artisansasylum.com/attending-classes/ For everything you need to know about AA's Refunds or Cancellation policies, please see: http://artisansasylum.com/classpolicies/
When: Jun 8, 2016 7 PM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 19 )
Pick up any university's executive education catalog (or inflight magazine for that matter) and you’ll see endless courses offered in “selling,” “persuasion” and “winning.” We’re not interested in any of that. This workshop teaches participants the core skills in the art (not science) of influence. We teach participants how to identify key stakeholders, understand what drives them, and communicate with them in a way they authentically hear. Participants will learn how to structure discussions, use visual tools of communication, and project authentic authority to influence decisions and behaviors. Deeply immersive, peer-reviewed and applied to real scenarios facing your organization, this program is designed to stretch high-caliber individuals to develop a powerful, authentic influence style congruent to their roles and personality. Ideal Participants: High potential individuals looking to maximize their impact in the organization. --- We understand that circumstances change, but for planning purposes Frontier Academy requires 48 hours notice if you need to cancel, or reschedule, in order to receive a full refund, otherwise you will be charged the workshop’s full amount. You may send someone in your place, but we ask that you do give us notice that you are doing so. Thank you for your understanding!
When: Jun 8, 2016 9 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 09 )
What happens when you mix a Bar Crawl, a Party Cruise and Pirates? You get the Crawl In Boston Pirate Crawl...YEAR 8!!!!!!! On Saturday June 4th, we’ll be bringing you the 8th edition of the finest themed bar crawls that Boston has to offer. It’s time to kick off the summer with the return of the Pirate Crawl. One of the stops will take us onto a boat for a scenic trip of the Boston Harbor. After the party cruise, we’ll be navigating around Boston to the best bars the city has to offer. Still not sure? A picture tells a thousand words and we've got hundreds of those. 2015 Pirate Crawl Pictures 2014 Pirate Crawl Pictures 2013 Pirate Crawl Pictures 2012 Pirate Crawl Pictures 2011 Pirate Crawl Pictures 2010 Pirate Crawl Pictures 2009 Pirate Crawl Pictures So get your Pirate outfit together and come join us as we Crawl In Boston. Limited Tickets Available between $24.00 - $30.00. The price will increase as the event gets closer and tickets get scarce. The registration bar will be e-mailed to ticketed customers the week of the event. The full schedule is released at time of registration. 5 – 7 bars will be included on the event. We don't release the bar schedule ahead of time as people used to post our schedule online and we got lots of party crashers which made the bars way over capacity. Tickets Include * Admission onto 90 minute Boat Cruise * PIRATE FLAG! * Koozies * Temporary Pirate Tattoos * No cover charges at any participating bars Tickets are Will Call meaning your name will be on our Guest List at the door. You can pick up your tickets at one of the scheduled bars beforehand or at the dock. Tickets include admission onto the ship but there will be cash bar. Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable unless the cruise is canceled. Registration bars will be e-mailed to ticketed customers the week of the event. Always visit crawlinboston.com for the most up to date information. You will receive the entire schedule when you register in person at the event. We will have 5 – 7 total bars participating. Tickets include admission onto the ship but there will be cash bar. Tickets are non-refundable unless the cruise is canceled.All the bars will be in the Faneuil Hall and Financial District areas. We will let you know your registration bar before the event, and you’ll receive the full schedule when you check in. We want to keep this event as exclusive as possible for your own comfort. Please note, the bars have the right to refuse entry to anyone due to bar capacity or personal incapacity. Please don’t wait to join this incredible event. Cheers! -C.I.B
When: Jun 4, 2016 11 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sat, 04 Jun 2016 11 )
Professor: Joanne Lawrence Course ID: 9221 Course description: Despite trillions of dollars in development aid, the majority of the world’s population – more than 4 billion people – still live on less than $2 a day. As governments seek solutions to social problems such as access to water, healthcare, and food security, there are corporations with enormous resources who are seeking new markets and opportunities. As the needs of both sectors converge, does business ingenuity provide a more viable option than aid to solve the complex problem of poverty and create inclusive value? This course introduces students to the concept of ‘social innovation’ and the potential of market-based approaches to creatively and proactively address some of the world’s most pressing societal problems at same time offering companies new markets and new opportunities to growth. We consider new business models, such as innovative approaches by multinational corporations who are pursuing ‘social intrapreneurship and embedding sustainability in product development, supply chain management, marketing and distribution ; public/private partnerships that are co-creating value and the burgeoning field of socially-driven entrepreneurship. We’ll learn and apply methods and tools that are crossing disciplines such theories of change, design and systems thinking, social marketing and behavioral change communication, effective partnering , digitally-driven change, and the development of new financing models. Teams will have the option of developing their own socially-driven, financially viable business idea or of working with an outside group, such as the United Nations Development Program, to develop business based solutions to real time social problems. *Terms and Conditions By signing up for this elective and paying the administration fee you hereby agree to the full terms and conditions of participating in the 2016 Lifelong Learning program. To read the full terms and conditions please click here.
When: Jun 8, 2016 8 AM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 08 )
Restorative Conferencing for Discipline w/ Angie Dornai Date: June 8-10 2016 9am-4pm each day Location: Suffolk University, Address TBD Cost: $350 Description: This three day (24 hours) training is designed to train participants to facilitate restorative conferences and to implement this restorative practice in response to incidents of harm and conflict. The conference process brings together those who have committed harm in a face to face structured dialogue with those who have been violated along with members of the relevant community. The purpose of the conference is to: allow victims a voice; encourage accountability within a context of support; promote emotional healing; and repair relationships among all stakeholders in the community. Participants will learn the core principles of restorative justice; the conference structure and process; the steps for preparation; dynamics of conference facilitation; follow-up and celebration. The workshop will provide participants with practical experience through role-plays, demonstrations, videos and practical strategies. This training will prepare participants to implement conferences within school, residential and community-based settings for both everyday violations and for serious incidences of harm within the community. Payments: Payments should be made prior to attending the training. For an invoice please contact the program manager below. Questions: Program Manager: Valleria Miranda VMiranda@Suffolk.edu
When: Jun 8, 2016 9 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 09 )
A nature club for 2 ñ 5 year olds with an adult. Puddle Jumpers gives preschoolers a safe space to explore the natural world through guided hikes, nature play, and getting outdoors! A Zoo educator will meet the group at different DNRT locations each week and lead a 50-minute nature exploration activity. Members: $14/child, Non-members: $22/child. * Puddle Jumpers is in collaboration with the Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust, and will meet at their sites, not at the Zoo. * Children must be accompanied by an adult. Backpack babies welcome to accompany older siblings. See the website for more information.
When: May 25, 2016 11 AM in New Bedford, Massachusetts Cost: $22 (Wed, 25 May 2016 11 )
Mary Roach discusses Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War in conversation with DEBORAH BLUM $5 tickets on sale May 17 at 9am Online pre-sales (ticket + book) on sale May 3 This event includes a book signing Harvard Book Store welcomes bestselling author MARY ROACH and Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist DEBORAH BLUM for a discussion of Roach's latest book, Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War—an exploration of the science of keeping human beings intact, awake, sane, uninfected, and uninfested in the bizarre and extreme circumstances of war. Learn more at http://www.harvard.com/event/mary_roach1/ All pre-sales tickets include a copy of Grunt, admission into the event, and a $5 coupon for use in the bookstore. Pre-sales tickets are available online for two weeks only, after which a $5 ticket option will go on sale. Books bundled with pre-sale tickets may only be picked up at the venue the night of the event, and cannot be picked up in-store beforehand. $5 tickets will also be available at Harvard Book Store and over the phone at 617-661-1515. Unless the event is sold out, any remaining tickets will be on sale at the door of the venue when doors open. Tickets are non-refundable and non-returnable.
When: Jun 8, 2016 6 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 18 )
International Security, Failed States: One of the defining characteristics of a “successful government” is the responsibility to protect its citizens; what happens when a state can no longer provide national security, or when the government itself threatens the people? How do failed states come to be? How do they impact other nations around the world? The topic of failed states is an issue that has become prevalent in recent years, and one that global organizations are struggling to address. This institute will ask students what it means to live in a country without a government, and whose responsibility it is to rebuild a state after a failure. For students interested in international relations and security, this is an excellent opportunity! Summer Model UN Institutes: Meet other students who are passionate about global affairs Learn from guest speakers, including NGO leaders, to diplomats, to local politicians Delve into current political issues Improve your public speaking and negotiation techniques Learn new Model UN strategies! Event Details Cost: $595 per student/week Who: Students entering grades 7-12 Where: Harvard University, 9am-4pm Questions: Contact us! Call 617-482-4587 or visit www.UNAGB.org
When: Jun 27, 2016 9 AM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Mon, 27 Jun 2016 09 )
Event Description "You want more productivity from your work. More income for a better lifestyle... more satisfaction from life, and more time for yourself, your family and friends... Extraordinary results demand that you set a priority..." ~Gary Keller & Jay Papasan, The ONE Thing ALL Ticket Prices include The ONE Thing Student Kit, Breakfast and Lunch Join Michael Tritthart as he guides you through this Full-Day Workshop to empower your focus and planning while practicing the skills to: ? Discover your ONE Thing ? Find the power of going small ? Combat the 6 lies that hold us back ? Get on the path to productivity and stay there ? Become accountable to yourself ? Apply the One Thing to each aspect of your life ? Stack your goals and climb to success ? Maximize productivity and time management ? Become purposeful in all that you do ? Discover your Big Why
When: Jun 8, 2016 8 AM in Quincy, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 08 )
The Homebuying Mentors is partnering with Wellesley Bank to host our Homebuying 101 course at the Charlesview Community Center in Brighton, MA. The class will be held on the following dates: May 16 @ 6:00 - 8:45 pm May 18 @ 6:00 - 8:45 pm May 23 @ 6:00 - 8:45 pm May 25 @ 6:00 - 8:45 pm Each class will be held at: Charlesview Community Center 123 Antwerp St., Brighton, MA 02135 By registering for the class you are registering for all 4 sessions. You must attend all 4 sessions in order to receive your certificate of completion. By taking this class you also have access to unlimited one-on-one coaching sessions from The Homebuying Mentors to assist you through your personal homebuying experience. There will be visitor parking available on site. What is Homebuying 101? Homebuying 101 takes you through the entire homebuying process from beginning to end. You will receive expert advice on everything you need to know from trusted real estate professionals as we take you through each step of the process. This class is for anyone who is interested in buying their first home, whether you are already in the midst of the process or just starting to think about homeownership. By taking Homebuying 101 with The Homebuying Mentors, you can receive access to first-time homebuyer loans with low interest rates and low down payment requirements. The certificate you receive from completing the course is also required for down payment or closing cost assistance programs that may be offered in the city or town in which you are buying.
When: May 25, 2016 6 PM in Allston, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 18 )
Own the Room is a public speaking and communication training course. Our expert coaches help you become a rockstar communicator, teaching you audience involvement, eye contact, voice modulation, and more in a hands-on way. In our course you will: Practice with others, networking and building relationships while you improve See yourself on video and notice mannerisms you didn't notice before Receive valuable feedback to build on your strengths Take a complimentary headshot for your social media pages (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, etc.) and website Material Covered On Day 1, we will be covering Modules 1-5. On Day 2, we will be covering Modules 6-10. For a complete list of Modules, please visit our website. Dress Code Dress is business casual. Be sure to look your best, as you will be filmed multiple times! Refund Policy Unfortunately, we are unable to give refunds. However, you may transfer your registration to a later date. Please contact Melanie Tolomeo at the email below for more information. Questions? Feel free to contact Melanie Tolomeo at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-200-4202. *Please arrive early for an opening activity.
When: May 25, 2016 9 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 09 )
Jackson Presents, Succession Planning from the Inside Out. You are invited to attend this complimentary presentation hosted by Money Concepts with key presentation by Jackson. Preparing an efficient succession plan is as crucial for you as establishing a retirement plan is for your clients. Gather insight from knowledgeable advisors who’ve learned and experienced the process. Money Concepts is pleased to host a special event presentation by Jackson (Jackson National Life). Join us and learn how you can create an exit strategy that complements your professional legacy, takes care of your clients, and ultimately maximizes the value of your firm. We will take a look at the current succession planning landscape. Hear from industry professionals who specialize in this concept-and get some firsthand stories from your peers about what they learned while working through this process. Reserve your seat today to gain helpful insights on how to ensure your business, your employees and most importantly- your clients- are taken care of if or when you decide to leave.
When: May 25, 2016 10 AM in Burlington, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 10 )
Description: This class will teach students how to setup the metal lathe for precision machining, how to securely hold a part, how to perform machining operations to tolerances of one-thousandth of an inch. Successful completion of this course will provide students with the knowledge needed to participate in tool testing for the Artisan’s Asylum metal lathe. This short class will not, however, offer students the opportunity to become expert in the operation of this tool -- that requires applying these techniques to a project over many hours, whether independently or in a longer form class. This training will give the student the information they need in order to operate the tool without harming the machine, themselves, or the people around them. It also serves as a good refresher for those who've become rusty after years away from the lathe. Class Goals: Session 1 will cover basic safety, setup and usage of the lathe. Students will learn to assess the condition of the lathe, select tools, secure materials in the chuck and perform facing and turning operations. Session 2 will expand on Session 1 and will cover selecting feeds and speeds, cutting tapers, drilling and tapping and general lathe care. Prerequisites: Students must be able to safely reach all of the lathe controls. Students must be 18+ What to Bring: Please wear shop appropriate attire: closed-toe shoes, no loose clothing or dangly jewelry, long hair tied back. Event Time: Session 1: Wednesday, May 18, 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Session 2: Wednesday, May 25, 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Instructor: Damian Ward began working with metal when he brought home an oxy-acetylene rig in 2009 and began welding. Arc welding followed soon after, along with melting and casting aluminum. Since joining the Artisan's Asylum, Damian has spent almost all of his free time in the machine shop and has lost track of how many hours he has spent in front of the mill. In addition to his metalworking, Damian has worked on a dairy farm, pulled network cable, worked for Lockheed Martin, and practiced criminal law. Damian's favorite Doctor Who companion is Wilfred Mott. ARTISAN'S ASYLUM STUDENT POLICIES After you buy your ticket here on Eventbrite, please register in Artisan's Asylum's system: https://artisansasylum.com/membership/registration/ Purchase of a ticket expresses acceptance of A2's Refunds and Cancellation policies found here: https://artisansasylum.com/classpolicies/ Attending class FAQ: https://artisansasylum.com/current-classes/ Support our mission! Donate to us here: https://artisansasylum.com/donation/ We are always interested in hearing student's feedback: fill out this form to be heard!
When: May 25, 2016 7 PM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 19 )
Sing a variety of musical styles (folk, rock, rounds…) with fellow music enthusiasts, harmonizing as desired. All who identify as women are welcome. Led by Katie Martucci, graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music. Info: Katharine.email@example.com
When: May 25, 2016 6 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 18 )
Tues, May 24th Doors: 7pm // 21+ $10 pre-sale, $15 door Known for his roles on Tim & Eric Awesome Show Great Job!, and extensive tours throughout the US, Canada and Australia, David Liebe Hart is an outsider musician, actor and painter. A true original, he has communicated with extra-terrestrials, owns a large collection of puppets, and is obsessed with trains. While his vast and bizarre catalog of songs about aliens, religion, and failed relationships has yielded cult hits, such as "Salame", "Father & Son" and "Puberty", his recent collaborations with electronic musician Jonah Mociun, AKA Th' Mole, have propelled Liebe Hart into previously unexplored territory. Throughout the past decade Liebe Hart has garnered a substantial and die-hard fan base, not only from his TV and film appearances but from his stints on the road performing music all across the US, UK, Ireland and Australia. His followers are extremely supportive and loyal, won over by David's obvious goodheartedness, honesty and hilarious idiosyncrasies, as well his fun and engaging stage shows. With Jonah Mociun as backing musician, Liebe Hart puts on a show certain to please old fans and new ones alike. In addition to creating electronicised versions of David's old favorites, the duo performs their new songs along with puppets, projected video accompaniment, and David's oddly endearing stories of past relationships and paranormal encounters. Twitter: http://twitter.com/davidliebehart Facebook (personal page): http://facebook.com/davidliebehart Facebook (artist page): http://facebook.com/davidliebehart2 YouTube: http://youtube.com/artbyliebehart Instagram: http://instagram.com/adventureswithdavid Wikipedia: http://wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Liebe_Hart Official Web Site: http://artbyliebehart.com/
When: May 25, 2016 7 PM in Northampton, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 19 )
No matter what your a FAN of, this is the club for you to connect with others who like anime, manga, animation, graphic novels, marvel, cosplay, drawing & art, larp, Marvel, Disney, games, Youtube, books, movies...the list goes on! This will be a safe space for you to geek out and talk about the things you love and explore things that other people love (no hating, please!) We want to get together, have something fun to watch, share our favorite things, talk, draw, play games and make cool stuff together. The members get to decide what they want to talk about and share. We'll meet in the beautifully renovated YMCA's 4th floor that has a room to play movies, a comfy place to sit and hang out and a kitchen to have snacks. Wednesdays in May at 11 AM Fall River YMCA 4th Floor Bring a nut free lunch, join us and bring your friends! Soda and water will be provided. Recommended for middle and high school students. The hope is for the kids to be able to put together celebrations about the things they love, work on projects together and get group discount tickets for local cons. First month is FREE
When: May 25, 2016 11 AM in Fall River, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 11 )
Vegetarian dishes represent some of the world's most inconic, delicious and adventurous cuisine the planet has to offer! Spring has sprung and the bounty is rolling in, so let Diane Manteca show you how to prepare your favorite ingredients with international flare, completely meat free. [...]
When: Jun 8, 2016 6 PM in Boston, Massachusetts Cost: $78/$69 members (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 18 )
The Harvard Ed Portal is hosting a 'Learning Circle' -- a free, peer-led study group for job seekers who are interested in taking online career-focused courses. Come join fellow job seekers who will engage in taking an online course together. Entitled, "Design Your Career," the curriculum is part of the Fullbridge Career Edge XSeries Program. As a participant, you will become familiar with your working style, understand your professional strengths and weaknesses, and develop a career road map designed to help you move forward with greater confidence. This Learning Circle will involve meeting together once a week over a series of four weeks, on June 8, 15, 22, and 29, from 9-10:30 am.
When: Jun 8, 2016 9 AM in Allston, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 09 )
Description: Ever wanted to make your own custom t-shirt, tote bag, sticker, poster, or greeting card? In this two evening introduction to screen printing, you'll learn all the basics and how to operate independently in the Asylum's Print Shop! Create a screen using your artwork and print a one-color design on your choice of fabric or paper. Class Goals: Students will learn all they need to start screen printing at home or in the Asylum's print studio. After an informational overview, students will dive right in to hands-on work so that by the end of the workshop they leave with their own printed products as well as the skills to print on their own. Prerequisites: Students should be prepared with designs/artwork you'd like to print to send in .pdf form to the instructor by 48 hours in advance of the class. No previous screen printing experience required. Students must be at least 18 years of age. Materials: Students should bring their own materials to print on for their final project -- t-shirt, tote bag, paper, etc. -. Your ticket will provide materials for test prints and screens and ink, though students have the option of bringing their own. Instructor Biography: Jade Harley’s degree is in biomedical sciences from RIT, and she formerly worked at the Fruit Stand (Apple Store). She now spends most of her time designing and building prop replicas and cosplay prosthetics, and works on the occasional secret project. Outside of the Artisan's Asylum, she is also a photographer and spends many weekends at Anime Conventions. Event Time: This is a two-day back-to back evening class that will teach students how to operate independently in the screen printing shop. Pick your session from the drop-down menu above. Wednesday and Thursday May 18 & 19 6:30 - 8:30pm *or* Wednesday and Thursday June 8 & 9 6:30 - 8:30pm ARTISAN'S ASYLUM STUDENT POLICIES After you buy your ticket here on Eventbrite, please register in Artisan's Asylum's system: https://artisansasylum.com/membership/registration/ Purchase of a ticket expresses acceptance of A2's Refunds and Cancellation policies found here: https://artisansasylum.com/classpolicies/ Attending class FAQ: https://artisansasylum.com/attending-classes/ Support our mission! Donate here: https://artisansasylum.com/donation/ Students: we love getting your feeback! Fill out this form to be heard!
When: Jun 8, 2016 6 PM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 18 )
Combine a nature walk with discussion of a popular book, and you have the makings of a delightful summer evening. Each month, come to discuss a new book selected for its popular appeal, compelling prose, and thought-provoking topic. No science background is required. The outdoor walk will ground the book's content in nature prior to our discussion. Possible titles include Flight Behavior , The Great Animal Orchestra: Finding the Orig ins of Music in the World's Wild Places, Winter World , and others. The club will run with 5 or more participants in order to provide engaging discussion opportunities. Please register in advance in order to have ample time to read the books, which are available through your public library.
When: Jun 8, 2016 6 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: $27-$33 (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 18 )
Description: Topics covered in the course will build upon the skills foundation earned by students in Bicycle Maintenance I. They include rear hub overhaul, in which students will disassemble their hubs, repack them and reassemble them; both radial and lateral wheel truing; headset overhaul, where students will gain confidence in bicycle steering systems; and front derailleur adjustments. Students will be performing the maintenance themselves, on their own bicycles, after a short instruction and demonstration. Although this is an advanced course, some bicycle types may be outside of the scope of the course. Class Goals: The goal of this course is to provide students with a deeper understanding of the inner workings of their bicycle, and how to diagnose and maintain them. Prerequisites: Bicycle Maintenance I *No exceptions.* Students must be at least 18 years of age. Materials Provided: All relevant tools and equipment will be provided, as well as lubricants and rags etc. What to Bring: Your bike, replacement parts if necessary (check with instructor), and clothes you don't mind getting black bike grease on. Event Schedule: Session 1: Wednesday, May 4, 7:00PM - 9:00PM Session 2: Wednesday, May 11, 7:00PM - 9:00PM Session 3: Wednesday, May 18, 7:00PM - 9:00PM Session 4: Wednesday, May 25, 7:00PM - 9:00PM Class Minimum: This class will not run with fewer than 3 students. Instructor Biography: Josie has learned her bicycle maintenance skills through a combination of Broadway Bicycle School training, time spent maintaining SCUL's fleet, and several years of teaching. She maintains a small fleet of “normal” bicycles, has built and maintained her own modified bicycles, and she likes to read bicycle repair manuals for kicks. Josie enjoys maintenance best when her students get together and ask her two or three “how do I…” questions at once. ARTISAN'S ASYLUM STUDENT POLICIES After you buy your ticket here on Eventbrite, please register in Artisan's Asylum's new (post 7/1/15) system: https://artisansasylum.com/membership/registration/ For attending class FAQ, please read: https://artisansasylum.com/attending-classes/ For everything you need to know about AA's Refunds or Cancellation policies, please see: http://artisansasylum.com/classpolicies/
When: May 25, 2016 7 PM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 19 )
Description: The wood lathe is a fantastic tool for adding artistic flourishes to woodworking projects. In this class students will learn the basics of spindle turning and safe operation of the lathe. Topics covered will be the anatomy of the lathe, project planning including ways of mounting stock to the lathe as well as turining tools and their various purposes. They will rough out a wood "blank" and learn how to turn basic shapes such as coves and beads. They will learn how to finish a piece while on the lathe including sanding and adding a protective coating. The skills learned in this class will nbe directly applicable in reproducing objects such as staircase spindles, table legs etc. Students will complete a project in the course of the class. Class Goals: The goal of this class will be to train a student to the point where they can use the wood lathe at the Artisan's Asylum safely and independently. Students will learn the basics of wood turning while making a useful kitchen implement (cheese slicer, wine stopper, bottle opener etc). Prerequisites: Experience on the wood lathe is recommended but not necessary. Students must be at least 18 years of age. Materials: $25 materials fee included in the price. Students should wear shop appropriate clothes - closed-toe shoes, no dangly jewelry, or straps, and long hair should be tied back. Personal Protective equipment will be available but if students have their own, they are encouraged to bring it to wear in class. Event Schedule: Session 1: Wednesday, 5/4/16, 6:30 - 9:30pm Session 2: Wednesday,5/11/16, 6:30 - 9:30pm Session 3: Wednesday, 5/18/16, 6:30 - 9:30pm Session 4: Wednesday, 5/25/16, 6:30 - 9:30pm Instructor Biography: Salvatore Mancini is a woodworker and cabinet maker He got his start in carpentry by building theater sets, renovating homes, and restoring wooden view cameras. He currently designs and builds custom cabinetry and has completed several restoration carpentry jobs through the Cambridge Historical Commission. ARTISAN'S ASYLUM STUDENT POLICIES After you buy your ticket here on Eventbrite, please register in Artisan's Asylum's new (post 7/1/15) system: https://artisansasylum.com/membership/registration/ For attending class FAQ, please read: https://artisansasylum.com/attending-classes/ For everything you need to know about AA's Refunds or Cancellation policies, please see: http://artisansasylum.com/classpolicies/
When: May 25, 2016 6 PM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 18 )
This is a four week series on Wednesdays May 4 through May 25, from 6:30 to 9:30 pm in the B5 classroom. In this class, participants will learn basic embroidery techniques and how to apply them to “Drawings.” Using techniques of direct drawing, transfer and projection. This would be both a technical skills class and an idea development class. You would discuss stitch choices, color choices and materials choices. Here is a link to the instructor's website http://www.joettamaue.com/
When: May 25, 2016 6 PM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 18 )
Be ahead of the shifting market Start preparing for the shift now You will walk away with the mindset to thrive in any market understanding expense management Lead Capture & conversin seller pricing strategies creating buyer urgency Instructed by David Hill, Keller Williams Certified National Instructor since 2013 Lunch: Sponsored by Wells Fargo *cost includes Materials "The Sale Playbook" Q&A and signing to follow
When: Jun 8, 2016 8 AM in Westborough, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 08 )
Join hundreds of IoT and technology enthusiasts at Boston’s top tech party, the IoT Mix at 6, at Lawn on D! This is not your average networking party. Socialize with the best and brightest in IoT technology, sip and snack on complimentary refreshments, and sway to the beat of live music. Come early for celeb sightings! 50% off tickets purchased online with code Mix@6. *Ticket includes open beer, wine, and food. Must be 21+. *Tickets to LiveWorx include access to the IoT Mix at 6 networking party at Lawn on D on June 8th.
When: Jun 8, 2016 6 PM in Fitchburg, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 18 )
Hosted by Autodesk Footwear, this footwear technology event gives you access to leading industry experts discussing the latest footwear and custom insole technology. You will also have the opportunity to network with delegates and vendors, share knowledge and gain new ideas to implement in your business.
When: May 25, 2016 9 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 09 )
Rich Dad Education, a leader in providing financial education is holding 4 free Stock Success Workshops in the Boston area May 25th and 26th. THE STOCK SUCCESS WORKSHOP is Rich Dad Education's 2-hour free training designed to show you how to build wealth through the stock market. We'll give you the opportunity to learn what the market pros know and use everyday to make money in the stock market - no matter which way prices are headed! You'll learn specific techniques that can help you predict the direction of a specific stock, an industry in general or the market as a whole including: Fundamental Stock Analysis Charting Identifying The Best Entry Point Reducing Risks Protecting Your Trades With Stops And Exits Options Marketing Scanning And So Much More! *Receive a Silver Ingot just for attending this FREE workshop! PLUS! A CHANCE TO WIN A FREE TABLET. One lucky person each week will win a brand new tablet! All you have to do is show up to be eligible to win! Following are the dates and locations for the upcoming Boston area workshops: Wednesday, May 25, 2016 The Courtyard by Marriott Hotel 777 Memorial Drive Cambridge, MA 02139 12:30 pm & 6:00 pm Thursday, May 26, 2016 The Hilton Boston Woburn 2 Forbes Road Woburn, MA 01801 9:00 am & 1:30 pm Rich Dad Education urges anyone who is interested in learning more about the knowledge and tools necessary to trade in today’s opportunity-rich markets to attend this event. Attendees will also receive a gift for attending. To register, call 800-473-9215 or visit www.richdadstock.com. Robert Kiyosaki will not attend this event. Additional Rich Dad Education products and services will be offered for sale.
When: May 25, 2016 12 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 12 )
It’s one thing to decide if you like a wine you’ve purchased for your personal use, but imagine if that decision resulted in spending thousands of dollars for which you were going to be held personally responsible! Welcome to the world of the professional wine buyer. Learn the professional’s tasting secrets from someone who’s been there, Len Presutti, now the Corporate Wine Educator for the Martignetti Companies and a Certified Wine Educator (Society of Wine Educators). This seminar promises to take your tasting ability to a higher level with an in-depth discussion of all factors affecting taste, including the effects of temperature, glassware, tasting order and much more.
When: Jun 8, 2016 6 PM in Peabody, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 18 )
Find out what it takes to start a business in this FREE 2-hour course designed for potential entrepreneurs JUST LIKE YOU! Learn about MVSBC programs and services. Meet fellow entrepreneurs. Explore your motivations and expectations for starting a business. Understand the challenges and rewards of owning a business. Evaluate your business idea. Decide if business ownership is right for you. Strategize your next steps.
When: May 25, 2016 6 PM in Lowell, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 May 2016 18 )
Gain the confidence necessary to make the best home buying decisions for you and your family, you’ll gain insight on current market conditions and community profiles, as well as brokerage services. Attend our workshops presented by HUECU in partnership with Harvard University Housing and Real Estate Advantage.
When: Jun 8, 2016 5 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 17 )
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