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  • Saturday

    June 15

    • Beginner ESOL

      Main Library, 449 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02138

      English class for the non-native speaker. Students will practice public speaking and will work on developing clear speech. For ages 16 and up. On-going. No registration is necessary. Contact: Maria Balestrieri,

    • Hoops 'N' Health

      Hoyt Field, Gilmore St. & Western Ave.

      Making men's health and wellness a priority.

    • DPW At Fresh Pond Day

      Water Purification Facility, Fresh Pond Reservation, 250 Fresh Pond Parkway

      Check out the Stormwater Management Program display at Fresh Pond Day, Saturday, 6/15, 11AM-3PM.

    • Fresh Pond Day 2019

      Walter J. Sullivan Water Treatment Facility, 250 Fresh Pond Pkwy., Cambridge, MA 02138

      Fresh Pond Day is the annual celebration of community, sustainability, and water hosted at Fresh Pond Reservation-- the City of Cambridge's drinking water supply.

    • Movies for Littles

      Main Library, Curious George Room, 449 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02138

      Watch your favorite picture books come alive on the big screen. All ages.

    • 100%-Affordable Housing Overlay Open House

      Citywide Senior Center, 806 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02139

      Drop-in session to discuss the 100%-Affordable Housing Overlay

    • FUTUREFOOD: Tastings of Foods for Our Warmer Future

      Cambridge Public Library 449 Broadway, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138

      Sample honey toffee and a flight of honey waters

    • Invasive Spirits: Futurefood III

      Main Library, 449 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02138

      Join us in Joan Lorentz Park outside the Main Library on June 15 from 1 to 4pm for FUTUREFOOD III, featuring our nonhuman neighbors, the bees, who are involved in agriculture and flowering lives of all kinds. With chef Nate Phinisee, we'll be making taffy and other treats with local honey—and in conjunction with the science team from Best Bees, we'll learn how to taste the landscapes that urban bees reveal. In addition to honey, we'll have games and exercises for participants to use to imagine a "Good Anthropocene" by proposing inventions, systems, and schemes for neighborly food flourishing in times of climate change. Bicycle gardens? Rooftop aquaculture? Neighborhood wind farms? Whatever you dream up, artists and designers from Harvard's metaLAB will make scheming such playful possibilities easy and fun. We'll take the richest outputs and turn them into cartoon visions of thriving urban scenarios for the Anthropocene for display in the gallery of the Cambridge Arts Council. This is the culminating event in the Invasive Spirits: Futurefood series, a partnership between Harvard's metaLAB, the Cambridge Arts Council, and the Cambridge Public Library.

June 2019
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