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  • Wednesday

    June 24

    • Community Benefits Advisory Committee Virtual Meeting

      Virtual Meeting

      The Community Benefits Advisory Committee will consider how recently appropriated funds may be distributed to non-profit organizations to assist vulnerable residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

    • Summer Reading: Concert with Alastair Moock

      Rowdy, rootsy, singin' and dancin' fun for the whole family! We invite children and their grownups to join us from home for a concert presented on Facebook Live: Virtual Summer Reading Programs are free and open to the public and are not recorded. Summer Reading is sponsored by the Cambridge Public Library Foundation, Friends of the Cambridge Public Library, East Cambridge Savings Bank, the Massachusetts Library System, the Boston Bruins, and the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.

    • Election Commission

      51 Inman St., Cambridge, MA 02139

      Regular Meeting

    • The Hope Storytelling Project: Approaching Emotion

      One of the powers of a poem is its ability to generate emotion. Whether it is within the reader or the writer, a poem can be an insightful and generative portal, allowing us to process and to grip with our daily experiences. This workshop will be a time of self-exploration, in hopes of providing relief and space to list the unshared, the unheard, and unclosed. This workshop will introduce the style of the prose poem, and help participants develop a writing technique to extend their lines and to cope with the complex emotions that arise in us. The Hope Storytelling Project @ the Cambridge Public Library is virtual series of 5 bi-weekly poetry workshops, discussing the theme of hope, in partnership with the Cambridge Public Library. Hosted and taught by Harvard students: David Xiang and Alisha Yi. No prior experience in poetry needed. Everyone is welcome! For any questions, please contact David Xiang at

June 2020
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