Beautiful New England Style Home For Sale - Direct Intracoastal waterfront property with boat lift & dock. Located in a quiet neighborhood with wide water views only minutes from the ocean inlet. This One of a kind custom built four bedroom home has a cozy wrap around porch, infinity pool & spa and a large detached 3 car garage with finished in-law apartment.
Celebrate Worcester, smiley face and Harvey Ball! Save the date for this annual Worcester gala as Worcester Historical Museum presents the 15th annual Harvey Ball Smile Award. Cocktails, music, dancing, silent auction...and more. Watch for details.
When: Sep 25, 2015 6 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: $80 per person; $150 per couple (Fri, 25 Sep 2015 18 )
SLA-HSE Slater International House (0) Organization:Slater International Ctr (Admin Offices) Requestor:Chen, Ying Ying Description: The Slater International Center invites you to the Global Tea series which will take place in the "global living room" at Slater every Friday from 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm. These teas will create a unique time and space for informal gathering focused on intercultural exchange, learning, and support. This gathering is open to students, faculty, and staff. Special guests will be invited periodically to share their thoughts and perspectives on international issues and current events. Tea and cookies will be served.
When: Sep 25, 2015 3 PM in Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts (Fri, 25 Sep 2015 15 )
The 4th quarterly free learning event of the Boston Area Talent Sourcing Association (BATSA) is coming soon, and you'll definitely want to click the green Register button above for this one before seats run out! We are pleased to announce our keynoter will be Boston's own Matthew MacDonald, Americas Sourcing Manager of SAP, one of the world's largest business software firms. Matt is a lead innovator of what has been called by SourceCon and many others to be among the most robust and successful implementations of internal gamification of a talent sourcing team's activities. What is gamification? In short, it's applying competitive aspects of games and the related awards and psychology to improve business results. An increasingly popular concept in recent years, not many examples applied to recruiting were publicly documented. But SAP did so with their initiative in an ERE post in April 2015 that Matt co-authored, and they've continued to evolve and improve it. Whether you're attending SourceCon Dallas in Sept. or not (though we'd highly encourage it!), we're giving Matt more presentation time locally at BATSA so he can go into more depth about how gamification made his sourcing team more productive and how it ties into their other sourcing systems, and how you can do the same in your organization with little or no budget! WHERE & WHEN: This event will be held at Constant Contact's HQ in Waltham. Use on-site free parking lots at 1601 Trapelo Rd., Waltham, MA and proceed to the 2nd floor. PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED to guarantee your free seat - space is limited. 6pm-6:30pm: Registration & Refreshments (bring a printout of your free e-ticket or use the free EventBrite mobile app to present at the door to speed your access) 6:30pm-7:00pm: Peer-to-Peer Networking Groups on several hot sourcing topics 7:00pm-8:00pm: Keynote presentation on Sourcing Gamification by Matt MacDonald, SAP 8:00pm-8:15pm: open Q&A with our keynoter 8:15pm-9:00pm: Sourcing Guru Tips: "Candidate Engagement: Going from 0 to 60 in 300 Seconds" by KC Donovan. In all of sourcing, the area that gets the least attention but is the most important, is making use of your hard-won contact information by picking up the phone and successfully engaging with your prospect live... Grabbing their attention is one thing, but breaking through the clutter to get your message across is an art that can be learned. We'll map out the steps of how to go from ringing phone to a top-performing prospect spilling their story...all in the first five minutes of your call. PLEASE THANK OUR EVENT SPONSOR Avature and event host Constant Contact What is BATSA? Our volunteer-led association's mission is to promote Sourcing as a respected function and career path within the recruiting and competitive intelligence industries, teach tricks of the trade to aspiring professionals, and encourage interaction among Sourcing practitioners and leaders to foster dissemination of best practices in the greater Boston area (inclusive of MA, RI and NH).
Simons Center for the Social Brain is excited to announce its 4th Annual 2015 Workshop: Opportunities for Discovery & Technology Development. Please join us to hear about current research and funding opportunities in understanding the social brain and its disorders, including autism. Speakers: Leonard Rappaport, MD, MS Chief, Division of Developmental Medicine; Mary Deming Scott Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School Paul Blainey, PhD Assistant Professor of Biological Engineering; Core Member, Broad Institute of Harvard & MIT Gloria Choi, PhD Assistant Professor, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and Investigator, McGovern Institute for Brain Research, MIT Jae-Byum Chang, PhD Simons Postdoctoral Fellow, Synthetic Neurobiology Group, MIT Stefano Anzellotti, PhD Simons Postdoctoral Fellow, Saxe Laboratory, MIT
August 30 Boarding begins at 12Noon - Cruise departs at 1PM from the World Trade Center Pier, Seaport Blvd in Boston. 21+ Speedy Ortiz was just named as Best Band in Boston as part of the Boston Magazine's annual Best of Boston. This is what they have to say about Speedy Ortiz. "The commonwealth’s next great rock 'n' roll band? That’d be Speedy Ortiz, a quartet secretly amped on pop but swinging its guitars with a raw, righteous roar. The new Speedy album, Foil Deer, gives the same goosebumps you got back in college when you first heard Pavement and Helium. At the front: Sadie Dupuis, a former UMass Amherst poetry MFA who was raised on Top 40 R & B, sang in a children’s choir that toured internationally, and has admitted to asking herself, when writing a verse, “What would Fiona Apple do?” The bandwagon is boarding…now." Be sure to arrive well before the above mentioned departure time. Scheduled to last three hours, the cruise concerts begin boarding an hour prior to departure. Cash and food bar available on board. Online ticket sales come to an end an hour before boarding but continue on the pier until departure time. 21+. For more information and to purchase advance tickets visit www.rockandbluescruise.com
When: Aug 30, 2015 1 PM in Hull, Massachusetts (Sun, 30 Aug 2015 13 )
Join masterful sax player and Concord Conservatory of Music faculty member Carlos Averhoff, Jr., as he and his band perform afro-latin inspired jazz. Combine Averhoff’s Cuban roots, strong jazz lineage, and Berklee and New England Conservatory education and you’re guaranteed a memorable jazz night. Coming off of his critically acclaimed new release, “IRESI,” it promises to be an electric, eclectic evening of music from a significant force in contemporary jazz. FAQs Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Call: 978-369-0010, or email info@ConcordConservatory.org Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes
Mathematics & Statistics Department Alumni Reception
Join department alumni and staff over light refreshments, and learn about our newest Master of Science in Statistical Practice program. We’d love to hear feedback and suggestions from our esteemed alumni about ways to continue to develop and improve our new program. Please come to reconnect with former classmates and professors while shaping the future of our department.
BU Materials Day 2015:Nanomaterials in Medicine: Improving Healthcare Through SMALL Innovations
All are welcome! Registration is required
The impact of nanomaterials on the practice of medicine far exceeds its dimensions. Nanomaterials have unique physicochemical, electromagnetic, and pharmacological properties that enable innovative strategies for diagnosing and treating disease. Targeted imaging probes engineered with nanomaterials allows clinicians and scientists to detect anatomical and pathological abnormalities indicative of disease with biomedical imaging systems. Nanomaterials have also been co-opted for chemical modification or packaging of therapeutic agents, augmenting their bio-distribution, increasing their specificity, and enhancing their efficacy while minimizing off-target adverse effect.
In this symposium, leading scientists will present on medical breakthroughs that have been made possible through novel formulations and constructs of nanomaterials.
Sponsors:Boston University Division of Materials Science & Engineering, and the Center for Nanoscience and Nanobiotechnology.
Workshop Organizer:Tyrone Porter, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Division of Materials Science & Engineering
Come see the latest digital solutions available, and join us for an Oktoberfest party. On Saturday October 17th CAP will open our doors to all involved in dental technology. We will be running a virtual milling center throughout the day. Attendees will be able to get in-depth info and live demonstrations on the following: Scanning with Amann Girrbach Map 400 (Exocad) Designing many indications using Exocad 3Shape scan and design. A close up look at the new D2000 3Shape CAD: Custom Abutment design Full crown design Digital model workflow Implant Studio for guided surgery planning and guide fabrication And much more Sum 3D CAM Introduction of the Mono strategy Demos of the following mills: Roland mills All new imes icore mills AG Ceramill Motion 2 AG Mikro Post processing and shading green state zirconia Digital materials introduction 3D printing Models and surgical guides Join us after the Open House for Oktoberfest, where complimentary beer and appitizers will be served. The Open House Milling Center will be from 10am-4pm and will be followed by an Oktoberfest party from 4-6pm ** If you need a hotel near our office, we have a corporate rate at the Courtyard Marriott in Woburn, MA which is 0.3 miles from CAP. Just ask for the ‘CAP Corporate Rate’ or use ‘CAP’ when booking online for $115 per night (instead of their regular rates of $169-189). This rate is subject to availability. Marriott Phone: 781-938-9001
When: Oct 17, 2015 10 AM in Stoneham, Massachusetts (Sat, 17 Oct 2015 10 )
You are invited to The Center for Church and Prison, Inc. 2015 Conference on Ending Mass Incarceration and the School-to-Prison Pipeline: Theme "Mass Educate Don't Mass Incarcerate" Empowerment Dinner and Awards Night: A time of Relaxation, Reflection, and Recognition Music by: DivinePURPOSE
The Arlington International Film Festival Cordially Invites You to the 2015 Arlington International Film Festival Kick-Off celebrating the cultural encounter of… Film - Live Music - Art Friday, September 25th at 7:00 pm Arlington Town Hall 730 Mass Ave, Arlington MA 02476 Sponsors: Arlington Committee on Tourism and Economic Development (A-TED) Arlington Community Media, Inc. (ACMi) Acitrón Cocina Mexicana - La Posada Restaurant - Not Your Average Joe's - Sono Asian Cuisine - Tango Restaurant - Whole Foods and Za Pizza & Salad.
New England Music Awards Presents Last Band Standing. A 5 night event that will take place in Boston, Ma on Wednesday September 9th, Thursday September 10th, Saturday September 12th and Friday September 18th, 2015 at the The Hard Rock Café. 30 bands selected by members of The New England Music Awards Nominating committee will all perform a 5 song set during the preliminary rounds (Sept 9, 10, 12, 18 & 25th. @ Zorba music Hall Lowell Ma.) and those chosen to advance each night will be asked to return to the Hard Rock Cafe stage on Saturday October 17th for the final night of competition. The winner of this event will earn a prize package valued at over $5,000 and the coveted title of The Last Band Standing in Massachusetts
The MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST) and Music & Theater Arts Section present: Maya Beiser: Uncovered Cellist Maya Beiser, with Jherek Bischoff on bass and Matt Kilmer on drums, reframes and transforms classic rock in Uncovered, arranged and produced by MIT composer Evan Ziporyn. Concert September 25, 2015 / 8:00 PM Pre-Concert Talk by composer Evan Ziporyn for ArtWeek Boston participants (included with ticket purchase) September 25, 2015 / 7:30 PM Kresge Auditorium 48 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA $20; $10 Students; Free with MIT ID Maya Beiser: Uncovered is a concert of startling classic rock tunes, re-imagined and re-contextualized, in stunning performances by Maya Beiser on cello. A "cover tune" can be an homage to the original, but these "uncovers," in new arrangements by MIT professor and composer Evan Ziporyn, attempt to do more – to evoke the unprecedented power of the music of Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Nirvana, Janis Joplin, Howlin’ Wolf, and AC/DC. Uncovered, the album, was in the top 10 on the Billboard Classical Chart upon release in August 2014. The San Francisco Chronicle raved, “With this electrifying disc, the avant-garde cello virtuoso Maya Beiser transforms herself into something of a rock ’n’ roll diva.” Maya will be joined by indie rock bassist/composer Jherek Bischoff (Amanda Palmer, Xiu Xiu, Parenthetical Girls ) and multifaceted drummer Matt Kilmer (Lauryn Hill, Jon Brion, and coordinator/composer for Louie C.K.) During the pre-concert talk, MIT Kenan Sahin Distinguished Professor of Music Evan Ziporyn will discuss collaborating with Maya Beiser, the rationale behind the project, and the challenges and rewards of arranging iconic rock tunes for a classical instrument.
Pile // Krill // Warehouse // Palm @ Cuisine en Locale September 18th Doors at 7:30 p.m. $10 advance, $12 at the door ALL AGES Pile https://pile.bandcamp.com/ Warehouse (atlanta) https://www.facebook.com/warehouseatl Palm (ny/philly) https://palmnewyork.bandcamp.com/ Krill https://wheretheresakrilltheresaway.bandcamp.com/ a real ripper
Join classical guitarist Santiago Diaz for an evening of beautiful music classical, Romantic and Latin Americanarranged for solo guitar. The Boston Globe wrote "He's a really spectacular player. The combination of his technique and his passionate performance is really not to be missed." Santiago Diaz will thrill you with his brilliant interpretation of classical and romantic music arranged for solo guitar.
For backyard ballerinas, driveway dancers, and living room leapers, the BBS Children’s Program provides the perfect opportunity to introduce children to the art of dance. We hope you will join us at our Open House and experience all that Boston Ballet School has to offer.
BOSTON COMEDY ARTS FESTIVAL The 2015 Boston Comedy Arts Festival covers 3 stages and features Improv, Sketch, and StandUp Comedy. WEDNESDAY @ 9PM Featured Acts: Boston University's Liquid Fun Emerson College's Swollen Monkey Showcase Boston College's CCE +++ BCAF Show Lineups are subject to change. For our complete updated schedule check the BCAF website. http://bostoncomedyarts.com/schedule Check out our AWESOME Comedy Workshops here. http://bostoncomedyarts.com/workshops
Welcome to Fine Line Comedy's monthly all-improv showcase! Some of the best improvisers in the city and beyond perform long-form comedy for your entertainment. Featuring our House Casts... The Fury! Summer Boyfriend! and Special Guests... BEARCATS! $5, 21+ Show at 9:30, Doors at 9:15PM Milky Way Lounge/Bella Luna 284 Amory St Boston, MA
Love Stories at the North End Branch Library. Chicken with Plums (2011. Run time 93 min). A parable of art and love, and a political allegory to boot, Chicken with Plums centers on an Iranian musician who wills himself to die. Yet the story that then unfolds, mostly in flashbacks, could hardly be more vital and engaging.
Library: North End Type of Event: Film Cost: Free Audience: Adults
When: Sep 9, 2015 12 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 09 Sep 2015 00 )
Abbey Room Central Library in Copley Square 700 Boylston Street Boston MA 02116 Wednesday, September 9, 2015, 6 – 7:30pm
In the summer of 1630, a thousand people with dwindling supplies of food and medicine stepped off their boats into a seeming wilderness. They lived in caves, wigwams, and tents. In winter, Boston Harbor froze solid for two months; food began to run out. Rose A. Doherty recounts the first dangerous years when nearly half of the original Puritans either died or fled back to England, and she explores how the survivors persevered in the place that became the city of Boston. Doherty is president of The Partnership of the Historic Bostons, Inc., and is the author of Katharine Gibbs: Beyond White Gloves.
This program is part of Boston Charter Day 2015.
Library: Central Library Neighborhood: Back Bay Type of Event: Talks & Lectures Cost: Free Audience: Young Adults (Ages 20-34), Adults, College Students, Seniors, Visitors Library Program Series: Local & Family History Series More info: www.historicbostons.org
When: Sep 9, 2015 12 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 09 Sep 2015 00 )
What if a company were so treasured and trusted that people literally took to the streets by the thousands to save it? We Are Market Basket is the amazing story of this grassroots movement! Join us for a special author discussion and signing!
When: Aug 30, 2015 1 PM to Aug 30, 2015 2 PMin Peabody, Massachusetts (Sun, 30 Aug 2015 13 )
He's the modern day Mozart, today's leading talent in the ever-growing trance scene. He's the pride of Moldova, known for his unique and very own sound. He is Andrei Rata, better known as Andrew Rayel. Born on July 21st, 1992, his young age never stopped him from taking the lead in the next generation of EDM producers. Developing strong musical skills, he studied orchestral music and kicked off his producing career at only 13 years of age. It didn't take long for the passionate music lover to translate his ideas into sounds. He created a truly unique, significant sound, one of piano power, harmonic balance and euphoric tales. And so, years later, his originals and remixes are praised by many and loved by more. But, rest assured, the Andrew Rayel story has only just started. "Trance was the perfect solution as it is an combination of melody, harmony and energy, elements that I prefer the most." says Andrew Rayel.Often called 'the new Armin van Buuren', it's no surprise that Andrew indeed found the support of the man himself. Having the number one DJ supporting his tracks on the world famous A State of Trance radio show has ever been a dream of Andrew. And sometimes, dreams come true. His tracks '550 Senta', 'How Do I Know' ft. Jano, 'Aeon of Revenge', 'Aether', 'Deflagration', 'Musa' and 'Zeus' all made it to the show, often voted Tune of the Week and Future Favourite. The trance scene embraced Andrew's refreshing sound, giving him a very warm welcome. His tracks found a solid home on the A State of Trance and Armind labels, both part of the Armada Music family. Impressed by his originals, it didn't take long until the Rayel sound became hot property for remixes. And so, Andrew was lucky enough to handle remix duties for tracks by Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Dash Berlin, Tisto, W&W, Zedd, Bobina, Tenishia and many more. Earning the support of the DJ elite, the Rayel sound has spread all across the globe, from the underground clubs to the mainstream festivals. Though his career is fairly young, Andrew has already DJ'ed the world's most legendary clubs and massive festivals. From Kazantip, Global Gathering, Trancefusion, Ball En Blanc, Trancemission and Ministry of Sound to multiple A State of Trance 600 events, the A State of Trance Ibiza nights at Privilege and the world-famous Monday Bar cruise. As a result of his hard work and dedication, fans voted him #77 in the DJ Mag Top 100 of 2012 which paid off in 2013 by being voted as "Highest Climber" ranking him at #28.Same goes for the highly anticipated Andrew Rayel debut album. Set for release on Armada Music, trance land eagerly holds their breath, craving more of Andrew's magic dancing dust. A little pre-taste of what's to come, is Andrew's very first and official compilation: 'Mystery of Aether'. Out on Armada Music in early September 2013, it's Rayel doing what he does best. He moves us. "I believe music is a universal language that unites people with nothing but love. I intend to make sure that my tracks are all about emotions and happiness. That's what's driving music, making the world a better place." says Andrew Rayel.
Akazi Red is a female artist who bridges the gap between the pop and hip-hop worlds. With influences from an array of pop culture, she creates stories in every track. You can always expect something a little different at an Akazi Red show.
Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Brendan Gill (better known by his stage name, Brendan Musik) recently graduated from Berklee College of Music. From a young age, he has been passionate about singing, and with the support of his family, he decided to transform his childhood hobby into a full-time career. Influenced by the music of contemporary artists including SZA, Janelle Monae, and Frank Ocean, Gill aims to create sonic atmospheres for people to get lost in. His alternative R&B sounds reflect his love of creating a harmonic medium between the classic and the unfamiliar.
Join us for a mixer to network with like-minded young professionals at the recently opened LookOut Roof Top & Bar at the Envoy Hotel. Enjoy appetizers, ocean views of Boston and engaging conversations. Space is limited so reserve your spot today. Bring your business card to enter for Red Sox tickets prize drawing.
Beginner Photography, Hanover Photography is about controlling light. Come and learn how to improve your images and picture taking techniques. Offered monthly, the Basic Photography Class is a two-session lecture and hands-on interactive workshop, teaching how to use the basic camera controls; and adjusting aperture, shutter speed and ISO settings to get a proper exposure. Also covered is using aperture for depth-of-field (controlling what’s in focus in the background); stopping action with shutter speed settings; selecting the correct White Balance for color correction management. In the second session, we pull it all together with an individual practical exercise using all of the elements presented during the training session. Bring your camera with a fully charged battery. This signup is specifically for our Hanover, Massachusetts location.
WEDNESDAYS @ 930PM: Every Wednesday night our resident ImprovBoston casts perform "The Harold," a classic long form improv format. From a single audience suggestion, each Harold cast creates a 25-minute interconnected comedy show from scratch. Experience an original, completely improvised series of performances exploring worlds of characters you won't soon forget. See two of our up-and-coming Harold teams followed by a long form jam. The jam explores an ever-changing variety of long form improv structures and is open to any interested performers who have completed Improv 301 classes or higher at ImprovBoston's Comedy School. Follow Harold Night online at haroldnight.com, @HaroldNight on Twitter, and on Facebook for contests, videos and more! **COME FOR 730PM AND STAY FOR 930PM FOR FREE! ** ** FREE seating depends on space availability at the 930PM show FOR PARTIES OF 10 OR MORE booking more than 48 hours in advance: Contact our Group Sales Coordinator for information on ordering as a Group! If the date you are looking for does not appear in the dropdown, that show is sold out. TICKET INFORMATION Once you purchase, you will receive an order confirmation email from Eventbrite on behalf of the theater. Your e-ticket(s) will be attached to your order confirmation email. No need to print! Just give your name at the door. IMPORTANT: If you do not see your order confirmation in your inbox, make sure to check your junk/spam folder. If you do not see your order confirmation in your inbox, click here to access the Eventbrite help center. If you are having any other technical ticketing-related issues with your order, click here to contact Eventbrite. Need to view or update the information on your order? Click here for instructions
On behalf of the partner families, Board of Directors, and staff, we welcome you to join us on Thursday, November 5th at the 15th Annual Fall Feastival for Greater Springfield Habitat for Humanity! Fall Feastival is a celebration to honor community partners and highlight shared accomplishments. The event also offers you the unique opportunity to meet partner families and hear more about their experiences This great event will once again be held at The Springfield Country Club with our signature night of delicious cuisine provided by a dozen local restaurants, and a multitude of unique and exciting auction items for you to bid on. We anticipate making history again with over 300 guests attending while raising $60,000!
When: Nov 5, 2015 6 PM in West Springfield, Massachusetts (Thu, 05 Nov 2015 18 )
Organization:Newhouse Center For The Humanities Requestor:Jackson, Jane L. x2698 Description: Whatever happened to social democratic Europe? Mark Blyth, professor of political economy at Brown University and author of the award-winning bookAusterity: The History of a Dangerous Ideawill answer this question in a public lecture. He will talk about how policies of austerity in the Eurozone, supported in many cases by parties of the left, are the wrong solutions to the economic problems of debt-ridden countries like Greece. He will talk about how the idea of austerity gained ground and where it is likely to lead.
When: Sep 9, 2015 7 PM in Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts (Wed, 09 Sep 2015 19 )
Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability (ASTR) Conference is happening on 09 Sep 2015 at Boston Marriott Cambridge Cambridge, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Manufacturing, Fabrication, Repair & Maintenance industry.
Description: Learn to work with one of the classic widgets in the maker world, the Arduino! The Arduino is a simple microcontroller which will let you control real world things, and react to stimuli outside of its environment. It is used in many areas, such as robots, autonomous sailboats, and a great many art installations. Students will learn the Arduino platform basics, how to the Arduino is programmed, how to use the included programs, and the basics of sensor and output devices. This one-day seminar is geared towards learning the hardware aspects of the Arduino, rather than the intricacies of programming it. Register early, as the class is generally full! Class Goals: Students who are in this class will learn: - The Arduino platform basics, - How to the Arduino is programmed, - How to use the sample included programs, - The basic four elements of digital input, digital output, analog input and analog output, - Basic sensor types; temperature, pressure, position, - Basic output devices - LEDs for lights, piezo speakers for sound, motors and servo motors, and relays. Prerequisites: Students should have a working familiarity with their computer (Mac or Windows) - i.e. how to install programs and device drivers. Students must be at least 18 years of age. Materials: The cost of materials (The SparkFun Inventor's Kit) is included in the ticket price. The class has access to the Artisan's Asylum computer lab, but it is recommended that students bring their own laptop. Instructor Biography: Andrew Anselmo is a consulting engineer and a member of Artisan's Asylum, one of the biggest maker spaces in the US, and has worked on many different controls, instrumentation, and automation projects for industry as well as in the arts. He has worked with the Arduino environment on many projects, and has built a few interesting devices around various "flavors" of the Arduino platform to solve real world problems. Some of his work and consulting philosophy can be seen at www.clipboardengineering.com. Event Time: Sunday, September 20, 10:15am - 2:45pm, with a half hour break for lunch. REFUNDS: Please navigate to our website for our complete class cancellation and refund policies: http://artisansasylum.com/classpolicies/ If you would like to request a refund, please fill out this form: http://tinyurl.com/artisansasylumcancellations 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 20, 2015 10:15:00 AM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Sun, 20 Sep 2015 10:15:00 )
Programs are designed for children ages 3-5 and their parent or caregiver. Well begin inside with a craft and story time. Then we step outside for a short walk to discover what is new in the garden, so please dress for the weather.
When: Sep 9, 2015 10 AM in Newbury, Massachusetts Cost: Included with admission. (Wed, 09 Sep 2015 10 )
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