• Cambridge Community Learning Center


    There are immediate openings in some classes. Check out the sign-up schedule.

  • Supporting Positive Behaviors in the Home: Two-Part Workshop For Dads


    Center for Families is hosting a Two-Part Workshop for Dads.

  • Community Schools


    Registration information for the Community Schools Spring term is now available. We have compiled a comprehensive list of contact and registration information for quick reference.

  • April Vacation Week


    Cambridge Community Schools and Youth Programs will offer programming during the April vacation week.

  • Children's Art Gallery


    The 7th Annual Children’s Art Gallery Opening is Thursday, April 14th from 6:00-8:00 pm at Cambridge City Hall.

  • Government Center Station Ribbon Cutting Ceremony


    Michael Muehe, Executive Director of the Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities was invited to represent Cambridge at the ribbon cutting ceremony.

  • Fuel Assistance Program


    Fuel Assistance Intake has been Extended until May 15 for help with Winter heating bills and Utility Shut-offs if you qualify.

  • War Memorial Registration


    Cambridge residents can register online for the Spring Session beginning on March 7th. Non-Residents will be able to register online beginning on March 14th.

  • Health and Human Services Job Fair


    The Office of Workforce Development is sponsoring a Health & Human Services Job Fair on Wednesday, March 30, from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Central Square Library.

  • MSYEP Worksite Application for Employers


    The City of Cambridge has opportunities for employers to provide work for youth during the summer.

  • CityRun Road Race


    The 30th Annual Cambridge CityRun Road Race is Sunday, April 3rd for the 5 Mile Run and 3 Mile Walk.

  • Resources for People Who are Homeless during Extreme Winter Weather


    View some winter resources for people who are homeless as the temperature and wind chill index fall below freezing.

  • Council on Aging Board Vacancy


    This board helps promote and encourage existing and new services and activities intended to enhance and improve the quality of life of older persons in the city.

  • Baby University


    Parenting is hard work. Baby University is an innovative program for parents, moms, or dads with children pre-natal to age 3.

  • Teen Snow Shoveling Project


    The Council On Aging, in partnership with the Mayor’s Summer Youth Employment Program, is looking for teens to help shovel snow this winter.