Dining at The Old Inn on the Green is an extraordinary experience: fine wine, great food & the dining rooms are lit entirely by candlelight & there are fireplaces in each room. In the summer months, dinner is also served outside on the garden terrace under a graceful white canopy, overlooking a large colonial flower and herb garden.
Take a New England Ocean adventure from 7 Seas Whale Watch & Harbor Tours sailing daily out of Gloucester Mass. Located just an hour north of Boston at the end of Route 128, featuring a state-of-the-art GPS system that lets you follow along on your journey through the whales feeding grounds. Visit the website for more information.
Event Details: Date/Time: Monday, September 15, 2014, 5:30-7PM EDT Venue: Pfizer Cambridge Seminar Room (ground floor) Location: Pfizer Inc., 610 Main Street, Cambridge, MA 02139 . Click here for a map to the location. (Corner of Portland and Albany street, Cambridge, MA 02139) RSVP: This is an invitation only event. To confirm your attendance please RSVP online through this website.
The Geography of Knowledge: How Location Matters to Innovation in Biotechnology and Healthcare
Join Pfizer Cambridge at our new residence for a fascinating evening led by Professor Gary Pisano of Harvard Business School, followed by a networking reception with key partners in our new Cambridge residence; Boston-Cambridge big pharma and biotech, members of the venture capital community, renowned researchers, advocacy groups and Pfizer Cambridge scientists and clinicians.
Prof. Pisano focuses on technology strategy, the management of innovation, organizational learning, manufacturing and outsourcing strategy, and the management of intellectual property. His work on these issues spans a range of science and technology based industries including aerospace, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, specialty chemicals, health care, nutrition, computers, software, telecommunications, and semiconductors.
In his book entitled: "Science Business: The Promise, The Reality and the Future of Biotech", Prof. Pisano revealed the underlying causes of Biotech problems and offered ways for companies, investors and policy makers to improve industry's performance. Agenda: 5:30-6PM Registration/Gathering (please arrive by no later than 5:45PM EDT with a government issued ID to allow sufficient time for security check)
6-7PM Welcoming remarks by Cambridge/Boston Site Head and Group Senior Vice-President WorldWide R&D, Dr. Jose-Carlos Gutierrez-Ramos
Keynote speaker: Professor Gary Pisano, Professor of Business Administration Harvard Business School
7-8PM Open reception and Networking
8PM Event ends
This May, Pfizer Cambridge sites are integrating and relocating our research and development teams into our new local headquarters at 610 Main Street, Cambridge, MA 02139. The unified Cambridge presence represents the opportunity to interlace Pfizer’s R&D capability in the densest biomedical community in the world, to potentially expand our already existing collaborations and to embark on forging possible new connections. These events will further drive our collective mission and passion to deliver new medicines to patients in need. Our distinguished invited guests will include leaders in the Boston-Cambridge venture capital and biotech community, renowned researchers, advocacy groups and Pfizer Cambridge scientists and clinicians.
Online registration: If you are experiencing issues with online registration, please contact: Cambridge_site_head@pfizer.com Registration Check-In: Registration and check-in will be located on the security desk, ground floor, Pfizer Inc. 610 Main Street. Please stop by the registration desk by no later than 5:45PM EDT with a government issued ID and your conformation form (online or printed), to verify your reservation and to receive a name tag. Note: This is a by-invitation only event. Admittance to be determined in accordance with RSVPs received by the requested registration date. Parking: Available parking is offered at the 610 Main street parking garage (click here for a map to parking garage). Parking will be available according to the RSVP guest list, please note that non-registered guests will not be provided access to 610 Main street garage. An attendant will be present at the 610 parking garage entrance from 5-9PM EDT, to allow complimentary access to registered guests (for the duration of the event only; relevant for all non-badge parking permit to 610 Main street). Pfizer may disclose for any lawful purpose any complementary parking provided in connection with this event. There are additional parking options around tech square, but guests should note that such additional parking options will not be Pfizer-provided. Meals: A meal of reasonable expense may be provided in connection with your attendance at this event. Pfizer may disclose for any lawful purpose the value of any reasonable meal expenses provided to you.
Christ Church in the City of Boston was founded as an Anglican Church in 1723, with direct ties to King George II and III. Although Old North established religious independence from Britain after the Revolution by becoming an Episcopal Church, Britain’s influence on this church survives to this day. In fact, Queen Elizabeth II visited Old North Church during the American bicentennial in 1975. So how does an ancient institution like the British monarchy adapt to the modern era? Tied as it is to faith and worship around the world, how to tinker with, and risk destroying, a medieval monarchy, in order to make it meet the needs of the 21st century? Author William Kuhn has delved into these questions since he was a graduate student in history. His first three books, Democratic Royalism, Henry & Mary Ponsonby, and Disraeli, all examine how the Victorians approached those questions. Mrs Queen Takes the Train, his first novel, attempts to answer those same questions using fiction. Come hear an irreverent talk about how humor and tenderness might be tied to Queen Elizabeth II’s ability to perform her role as “Defender of the Faith.” Part book club, part lecture, don’t miss the chance to read this hilarious book and discuss it with the author!
William Kuhn is a writer, biographer, and historian. He enjoyed a fifteen-year career as an academic historian and produced four works of nonfiction: Democratic Royalism, about the transformation of the British monarchy in the fifty years before World War I; Henry & Mary Ponsonby, a double biography of two funny people at the court of Queen Victoria; The Politics of Pleasure, about Britain’s most royalist Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli; and Reading Jackie: Her Autobiography in Books. Kuhn left academia in 2008 in order to accept a Doubleday commission to write on America’s “queen,” Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. He moved to Boston, worked at the Kennedy Library, and produced a look at Mrs. Onassis through the lens of the 100 books she edited in her career at New York publishing houses, most notably and for the last sixteen years of her life at Doubleday. His first novel, Mrs Queen Takes the Train,first appeared in 2012 and has been optioned by the Weinstein Company for a possible film adaptation. www.williamkuhn.com
This class is all about the mess! We will explore your child’s introduction to creativity with sand, water, play dough and more! We will paint with textured objects and other different, unconventional, non-toxic materials. Your little one will also participate in circle time at the beginning and end of class. Messy Munchkins is all about being creative and making a big mess that YOU don’t have to clean up. *Please make sure you and your little one wear clothing that can get messy*
Music with Marcie! (1-5 yrs)
Each lively and imaginative class includes some or all of the following: storytime, original and classic sing-a-longs, creative movement, games, manipulatives such as colorful scarves, puppets, theme related crafts, sensory play, and musical instruments. Each child participates at his or her own level by observing and exploring the materials offered. Themes include friendly animals, space, weather, travel, friendship, and more. Parent or Caregiver attends. All materials included.
Hip Hop (3.5-5.5 yrs)
This fun movement class is perfect for children who love dancing, upbeat music, and creative expression but perhaps want or need something a little less conventional than a ballet class. Hip hop will foster musicality and timing, confidence and performance, coordination and balance, rhythm and footwork, strength and stamina, and all around physical fitness and wellness. Dancers will be led through a warm up and series of stretches, learn choreography to current (age appropriate) pop music, and have opportunities to dance across the floor and in the center by themselves and in groups. Appropriate for boys and girls.
Musical Theatre Dance Class (5.5-8 yrs)
During our musical theatre dance class, students will sing and dance to their favorite songs from hit movies while learning the basics of theatrical storytelling! Come take part in this magical journey and join us for a performance at the end of the session.
Enchanted Story Time (12-22 mths)
Ever wish that your favorite story books would come to life? Join us for an Enchanted Story Time, where we pair stories with fun and educational activities. Help your children learn healthy habits to be creative and active with one of our enrichment instructors, Melanie Venuti.
America SCORES Boston invites you to join us for our 2014 Celebration gala, a festive evening at the historic Cyclorama in Boston's South End. Come celebrate our work to activate the passion and potential of Boston's at-risk youth and enjoy the good company of the Boston soccer and youth development communities.
Corporate and Individual & Family Sponsorships Available!
A sponsorship is a great way to experience this special event with friends, familiy, and colleagues while suporting the critical work of SCORES in our community. Please contact Chris Bentson, Development Director, for more details at 617.365.5411 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Your Donation
Your ticket purchase donation includes World Cup inspired dishes from celebrated soccer countries around the globe as well as a two complimentary drink tickets. Those with VIP status receive two additional drink tickets and automatic entry into our VIP Raffle. All guests are encouraged to participate in interactive soccer exhibitions and experience live poetry performance. The night will also include a cash donation bar and a live auction.
All proceeds from the event benefit America SCORES Boston, an innovative organization using soccer and literacy to active the potential of Boston's inner-cty youth.
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Food and Drinks
Youth Soccer Match and Soccer Challenge
Guest Speaker and Live Auction
Food & Beverage Highlights Craft beer provided by Samuel Adams Delicious food from local restaurants including:
Are you new to cloud computing and would like to learn more about Cloud Computing Services? If you intend to implement a project and would like to discover the basics of the CompTia cloud, or if you are a business looking to evaluate cloud computing, attend this complimentary webinar.Cloud is the trend of today’s world. Cloud Computing technology is being adopted by top companies across IT, Health Care, Finance and other industries. In IT, Cloud is the most talked about term. Understand the key features of Cloud Computing Resource Pooling and Elasticity, Self Service and On-Demand Service, Pricing and Quality of Service during the session.
Key Characteristics of Cloud Computing
Individual use on request: A user can use the resources when he desires, from any place and at any time via the global network.Wide range of network
Access capacities: System capacities are available to customers through a network and can be accessed from different devices such as desktop computers, mobile phones, smartphones and tablet devices.
Allocation of resources: Computer resources of providers are grouped in order to serve a large number of simultaneous users.
The elasticity and flexibility of the system: Possibilities of cloud solutions can be available to the system user in a short period of time, if it is necessary.
Measurable service - payment pay-per-use: Cloud systems automatically control and optimize necessary resources depending on the needs of users and required types of services (disk space, power of processor, amount of RAM and so on).
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ALEX RAVEN BAND Live in Cambridge at Cantab Lounge! Multiple bands! ARB on at 9pm-9:45! http://www.cantab-lounge.com/ http://www.alexravenmusic.com/ https://www.facebook.com/AlexRavenMusic https://www.facebook.com/alexravenband
When: Aug 21, 2014 8 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Thu, 21 Aug 2014 20 )
Please join us for a cocktail hour and sit-down dinner to benefit Gardens for Health's work making growing and eating healthy food a part of healthcare. Dinner is $120 per plate.
Before Dinner, Gardens for Health International is pleased to present "The Honest Dirt on Soil: A Panel on the Impact of Healthy Soil on Food, Nutrition, the Environment and Carbon Sequestration". This panel, from 4:30-6:30pm will bring together practitioners and academics to discuss their work building soil for a healthy future. The panel is free and open to the public and will be followed by cocktails and a sit down dinner to benefit Gardens for Health International.
Feeding a growing global population is an increasing challenge. As our planet careens towards a human population of over 9 billion in just a few decades, we also face the enormous challenge of reversing global warming through reduced carbon emissions and other means. Rarely reported in the popular press and little understood by the general public, there is a common thread that ties these two critical issues together. Soil. Soil plays a central role in building the nutrient value of the food we eat and, at the same time, soil stores more carbon than the atmosphere and above ground vegetation. In short, healthy biologically rich soil grows more food and sequesters more carbon than sterile, depleted soils.
The panel discussion will feature the following practitioners, academics and thought leaders in the field:
Dan Kittredge is a life-long farmer and founder of the Bionutrient Food Association, which empowers and educates farmers in the production of quality food for the improvement of human health. He is a leading proponent of nutrient dense crop production and is a frequent lecturer on soil, soil biology and micronutrients and the connection between soil health and nutritious foods.
Judith D. Schwartz is a journalist and author whose work looks at soil as a hub for multiple environmental, economic and social challenges—and solutions. She has reported on this theme for such publications as Scientific American, Conservation, Time, Christian Science Monitor andYaleE360, and is currently writing a book on the global water plight from the perspective of land health/land degradation. She has degrees from Brown University, the Columbia University School of Journalism, and Northwestern (MA Counseling.) Her most recent book is Cows Save the Planet and Other Improbable Ways of Restoring Soil to Heal the Earth (Chelsea Green Publishing, 2013).
Conner Wear is Agricultural Technical Manager at Gardens for Health International, based in Rwanda. He is the principle architect of Gardens for Health’s nutrition-focused approach to home garden design, and serves on the Rwandan Ministry of Agriculture’s Technical Working Groups on Soil Science and Agriculture Extension. He was recently appointed team leader for a research project coordinated by the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, the Humid Tropics project and Bioversity International, focused on the provisioning of iron fortified beans and vitamin A rich bananas for improved nutrition.
Max Wall is a graduate student at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition in their Food, Agriculture and Environment program studying soil science. As an Intern this summer at Wright-Locke Farm, Max is conducting a studying the impact of mycorrhizal fungi on water phosphorus uptake in potatoes.
The panel will be moderated by Tim Griffin, Associate Professor, Friedman School of Nutrition Science at Tufts University where he heads the Agriculture, Food and Environment program. He holds a Ph.D in Crop and Soil Science and his primary interests are the intersection of agriculture and the environment and the development and implementation of sustainable production systems.
Class DescriptionScratch is a highly visual and easy-to-use programming language meant as an introductory tool for children first learning how to code. In addition to being easy to use and highly effective, Scratch is free, supported on virtually any architecture more complex than an abacus, and has an immense online community. If you are an adult that (a) wants to teach children how to make games or (b) wants an easy-to-use tool for rapidly prototyping game ideas, this class for you. Topics include:
How Scratch is structured and how to access it
Some basically terminology
How to make a cat dance
If-then blocks and loops
Some possible classroom formats
Where to find additional teaching resources
Although Scratch is easy and fun to learn, it is sophisticated enough where we will not have enough time to learn all of it. This class should serve as a foundation for you to build your skills on your own while helping children learn to code!
About the Instructor
Seth Alter is the self-proclaimed Captain of Industry of Subaltern Games. Before turning to indie dev, Seth taught in various capacities, most notably as a middle school special ed math teacher in Roslindale. His first game, Neocolonialism, was a Marxist strategy game about trying to extract as much wealth from the world as possible. His upcoming second game, No Pineapple Left Behind, is about charter schools.
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Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library 179 Main Street Charlestown, MA 02129 Tuesday, September 2, 2014, 11 – 11:45am
Caregivers and toddlers from 18-36 months, please join us for fun age-appropriate activities that prepare little minds for later reading and math instruction. We will learn to recognize shapes, sort objects, put events in order, and guess what happens next. Toddlers will enjoy going for a shape walk, playing with dough, and learning chants and movements. Adults will participate with toddlers and will take home resources to extend learning. Reading Readiness is an early literacy program for children ages 2 through 5 that combines participatory activities with reading aloud, with the goal of reinforcing key concepts that children need to learn in order to develop pre-literacy skills. The Reading Readiness program typically meets for 6-8 weeks of participatory storytelling sessions. Each session incorporates stories, rhymes and songs focusing on a different concept: numbers, shapes, colors, etc.
Library: Charlestown Neighborhood: Charlestown Type of Event: Story Time Cost: Free Audience: Children (Ages 0-5)
When: Sep 2, 2014 12 AM in Charlestown, Massachusetts (Tue, 02 Sep 2014 00 )
The Ludum Dare competition is a hackathon where individuals, using the community-chosen theme and only self-made assets, create a video game in only 48 hours. Competitors that form teams and use pre-made assets enter a separate competition, the Ludum Dare Jam, which has an extended deadline of 72 hours.
View more of the rules here: http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/rules/ Due to Ludum Dare's judging taking about 3 weeks, we are also planning to have a local, in-space judging event after the 10PM deadline on Sunday.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
No age/ID requirements. Everyone is welcome!
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
If you are from around Boston, we recommend using public transport. On the weekend, there might be street parking available, but it's a tough call.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Please bring anything you need to make a game (laptop, charger, great ideas). Computers will not be provided.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Email me, email@example.com, or the co-organizer, firstname.lastname@example.org, for any questions. We will respond as soon as we can.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Don't worry about it.
What is the refund policy?
If the event is cancelled, then all payments/donations are refunded. Guaranteed. Refunds will be done through EventBrite.
When: Aug 22, 2014 8 PM to Aug 24, 2014 11 PMin Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 22 Aug 2014 20 )
Quality Management Six Sigma (SSGB) Online Free Webinar on
“Interrelation between Project Management and Six Sigma - Revealed”
August 20th, 2014 03:00 PM CDT/USA
This webinar will help in understanding the relationship between Project Management and Six Sigma. It will also inform us how we can eliminate inordinate delays, time and cost overruns, user dissatisfaction and maintenance problems. It will also talk about software processes and best practices.
Lean Six Sigma is a process improvement methodology that combines tools and methods of both Lean and Six Sigma, as the name implies. While Lean focuses on speed and flow, Six Sigma process focuses on quality (defects and process variation). Lean does not make a process stable or under statistical control.
Integrating Six Sigma techniques with the project management methodologies is the way to go for companies focussing on continuous improvement. Many organizations implement Total Quality Management, Six Sigma, and Total Quality Control to assist in new product development, to reduce the cost of development, improve manufacturing efficiency or to enter new markets. Most organizations integrate the Six Sigma method to the project management tools and processes so as to gain maximum advantage.
The DMAIC Six Sigma methodology i.e. Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control provides a structured approach to solving business issues. The tools used in Six Sigma are primarily to identify the root causes for process defects so that the company can provide to the customers consistent quality products on time and at low cost. The project management tools and techniques emphasis the project attributes such as development, control, completion etc.
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Please join this highly interactive discussion and networking event at Boston's Content Marketing Forum. To kick things off at our October 29th meeting, we have arranged a great speaker who will share her content marketing stories and expertise. The event will consist of some brief networking, a presentation by our speaker, and a forum for open discussion. Here is a quick overview of the presentation:
"The Art & Science of Content Marketing: From Strategy to Execution to Measurement" by Jamie Whalen, Manager of Content Marketing at Lionbridge. What does it take to launch and maintain a content marketing hub for your audience? How do you measure the impact of your content marketing hub? Jamie will provide practical guidance that you can use to create and execute a measurable content marketing strategy at your company that will impact your bottom line.
Certainly feel free to pass on this invite to your friends and colleagues. We'll have some light refreshments at the meeting.
We look forward to meeting all of you at this event!
The Curata Team
Venue Sponsored by KPMG
When: Oct 29, 2014 6 PM to Oct 29, 2014 8 PMin Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 29 Oct 2014 18 )
Share Your Travels?"? Get Your Blog Published ?"? Better Use Social Media
Hostelling International Boston is proud to present its first ever interactive workshop and networking bonanza for backpackers, bloggers and everyone in between. The event will feature a host of travel bloggers and industry travel leaders sharing their road-tested tips and tricks to take your blogging and social media to the next level.
Attendees will get exclusive access to:
_Interactive Activities & Presentations
_Raffles, Prizes & Giveaways
_Local beer sampling
_Food from Mike & Patty's
_The Chance to meet representatives from Matador, Peace Corps, Go Girl Travel Network and other travel organizations.
Host and facilitator Randy Ross will be your dedicated guide for the evening, taking you through featured presenters, blogging bootcamp, and interactive activities where you can put you blogging skills to the test. Hear about MatadorU, Go Girl's Bloggin Summit, and blogging for social change with Peace Corps. Live social media, Google hangouts and pre-event Twitter chats will make the package even sweeter.
Event starts at 6:00 p.m. in HI-Boston's lobby and finishes off with a food and drink-fueled networking session in HI-Boston's Dining Room. Don't want the party to end? Join HI-Boston's FREE Central Square Bar Hop heading out to some of Cambridge's best watering holes.
Randy Ross is a Boston-area writer, performer, and former executive editor for PC World magazine. His fiction has appeared in The Drum, Black Heart Magazine, Calliope, and Side B Magazine. In 2007, he took a four-month, solo trip around the world and he can now say in three languages: “Do you speak English?” “How much is the Pepto-Bismol?” and “Excuse me, is this the evacuation helicopter?” He is writing a novel inspired by the trip with the working title: The Loneliest Planet, which he will circulate to agents in 2014. He has performed a one-man show, The Chronic Single's Handbook, based on the book, at fringe theater festivals in Portland, Maine, and Washington, D.C. In addition to the Digital Backpacker, Randy has performed his one man show and hosted the Art of Travel Storytelling at HI-Boston.
When: Sep 4, 2014 6 PM to Sep 4, 2014 9 PMin Boston, Massachusetts Cost: Early bird ticket to get you into the premier travel and social networking event of the season. 12.00 true Early Bird Rate 12.00
The Business of Food Friday, September 19, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET Brown Rudnick, One Financial Center, Boston, MA Lunch provided, 11:30 - 12:00 networking/12:00 - 1:00 program
Food is big business. Whether it's homestyle or healthful, classic comfort or fine dining, food is a commercial enterprise. Restaurants, grocery stores and specialty purveyors all face a myriad of challenges and opportunities. The business of food includes filling seats, moving product, managing people and making sound financial decisions. Come learn the recipe for business success from our panel of foodie all-stars.
Our speakers include:
When: Sep 19, 2014 11 AM to Sep 19, 2014 1 PMin Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 19 Sep 2014 11 )
The Asylum's recently upgraded Hot Craft area is ready and waiting for new jewelry students!
Through this 7-week class you will be introduced to the arcane and secret techniques of making fine jewelry, as we build on the basics learned in Jewelry I.
Each week, students will learn a new skill, covering stone setting, interior piercing, using the buffing machine, advanced soldering, and flex shaft accessories for polishing. And new this session: chain maille jewelry techniques and introduction to the hydraulic press for hollow form construction. Students will have the opportunity to put these skills into practice fabricating multiple jewelry projects.
By building on the skills introduced in Jewelry I, students will gain enough further knowledge of the tools around them in order to be confident working independently in the Artisan's Asylum jewelry studio (or in their own).
Jewelry I at Artisans Asylum or proof of basic skills by appointment with the instructor. Students must be at least 18 years of age.
A lab fee of $50 for consumables and sterling silver will be collected at the first class.
What to Bring:
Sketched ideas, and the tools from Jewelry I, and the $50 materials fee in cash or check payable to the instructor. Please wear close-toed shoes and use hair ties to secure long hair. An apron is great for keeping your clothes from destruction but is optional.
Karen Christians is an educator and maker in the metal arts. She developed the metals program at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education, founded Metalwerx in Waltham, a non-profit school for jewelry and the metal arts, and the new jewelry section of the Hot Craft Studio at Artisans Asylum in Somerville. She teaches nationally, lectures around the country, and is published in many professional and technical magazines. She is the author of the book, Making the Most of Your Flex-Shaft. Karen holds a BFA with High Honors from the Massachusetts College of Art. She is currently writing a second book which was successfully funded on Kickstarter this spring, The Jewelry of the Playa: Making, Collecting, and Gifting at Burning Man.
Karen Burke (“the other Karen in the jewelry shop”) sold her first pieces of jewelry at age seven, took a two-decade detour for higher education and the corporate world, and then rediscovered metal. Self-taught for years, and recently a graduate of the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts, she now works and teaches out of the Hot Crafts Studio at Artisan's Asylum.
Session 1: Thursday, September 18, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Session 2: Thursday, September 25, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Session 3: Thursday, October 2, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Session 4: Thursday, October 9, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Session 5: Thursday, October 16, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Session 6: Thursday, October 23, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Session 7: Thursday, October 30, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
REFUNDS: We offer full refunds for any class cancellations more than one week in advance of the class start date. After that point refunds are contingent upon the Asylum being able to fill the seat. No refunds whatsoever are offered for same-day cancellations. To request a refund for a class, please fill out this form.
CANCELLATIONS: Your class may be cancelled if too few people register. A decision will be made a few days before the class is scheduled to run, and you will be notified of the cancellation and your registration refunded in full.
When: Sep 18, 2014 6 PM to Oct 30, 2014 9 PMin Somerville, Massachusetts (Thu, 18 Sep 2014 18 )
Thinking about buying a home but don’t know where to start? Our free class, hosted by local agent, James Gulden, will walk you through the home buying process so you know what to expect. Plus, enjoy dinner and drinks on us!
In this free class we’ll cover:
Is buying for you?
Metro Boston home prices, inventory levels, and market conditions
Finding an agent & tools for your home search
Home finance from pre-approval to mortgages
Quick review of the purchase process
Your Host, Redfin Agent James Gulden:
James is an agent on The Redfin Metro Boston Team. He has helped over 40+ people buy and sell a home. Want to meet him before the class or just have a quick question? Feel free to give email him at email@example.com. He's happy to answer all of your home buying and selling questions.
When: Aug 26, 2014 6 PM to Aug 26, 2014 8 PMin Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts (Tue, 26 Aug 2014 18 )
Zydeco Connection plays 9-12. Come check out this very cool Honky Tonk of a place in beautiful Worthington. Small but beautiful wooden dance floor. Come and have dinner and then enjoy the music. Good food, good music, good company. Liston's opens at 11:30 am. No cover.
When: Oct 10, 2014 9 PM in Huntington, Massachusetts (Fri, 10 Oct 2014 21 )
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