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  • Monday

    November 16

    • Materials Return (Boudreau)

      Boudreau Branch, 245 Concord Ave., Cambridge, MA 02138

      We are now accepting returns of any Minuteman Library Network materials at the Boudreau Branch, generally on Mondays, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Wednesdays, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Leave your items in the large basket outside the door. For your health and safety, please do not touch any other items in the returns basket. It may take up to one week for items to be removed from your card. During the COVID-19 crisis, no overdue fines are being charged on any materials checked out of Cambridge Public Library locations. You may also return any Minuteman Library Network materials via the Main Library outside book drop (available 24/7). We are also offering limited return hours at other branch locations, subject to scheduling changes. Please check the library calendar or call the Main Library at 617-349-4040 for up-to-date information on return hours at all locations.

    • Materials Return (Collins)

      Collins Branch, 64 Aberdeen Ave., Cambridge, MA 02138

      We are now accepting returns of any Minuteman Library Network materials at the Collins Branch, generally on Mondays and Fridays, 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Leave your items in the curbside book drop. If returning oversized items, please call 617-349-4021 during returns hours. It may take up to one week for items to be removed from your card. During the COVID-19 crisis, no overdue fines are being charged on any materials checked out of Cambridge Public Library locations. You may also return any Minuteman Library Network materials via the Main Library outside book drop (available 24/7). We are also offering limited return hours at other branch locations, subject to scheduling changes. Please check the library calendar or call the Main Library at 617-349-4040 for up-to-date information on return hours at all locations.

    • Materials Return (Valente)

      Valente Branch, 826 Cambridge St., Cambridge, MA 02141

      We are now accepting returns of any Minuteman Library Network materials during our contactless pickup hours. Leave your items in the large basket outside the door. For your health and safety, please do not touch any other items in the returns basket. It may take up to one week for items to be removed from your card. During the COVID-19 crisis, no overdue fines are being charged on any materials checked out of Cambridge Public Library locations. You may also return any Minuteman Library Network materials via the Main Library outside book drop (available 24/7). We are also offering limited return hours at other branch locations, subject to scheduling changes. Please check the library calendar or call the Main Library at 617-349-4040 for up-to-date information on return hours at all locations.

    • WEBINAR: Pathways to Justice

      Webinar

      Register now for a November 16th webinar, “Pathways to Justice” -- camb.ma/Pathways2Justice, that will examine and discuss the complexities of domestic violence and Black and brown women, in particular.

    • Dancing for Balance

      Online,

      Seniors, join our online dance class to help improve balance.

    • Regular City Council Meeting

      City Hall, 2nd Floor Sullivan Chamber, 795 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02139

      Regular City Council Meeting

    • Half Crown-Marsh Neighborhood Conservation District Commission Monthly Meeting

      Online,

      Public hearing of the Half Crown-Marsh Neighborhood Conservation District Commission.

    • Conservation Commission Meeting

      Online,

      Conservation Commission Meeting Agenda

    • Stop the Violence: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in the U.S.

      Online,

      Join the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women for a presentation on the missing and murdered Indigenous Women struggle across the so-called United States. We will look at reasons why violence continues to be perpetuated and discuss resources available. Cheyenne Antonio is Diné from Torreon/ Pueblo Pintado, New Mexico. She received her BA in Native American Studies from the University of New Mexico. She focuses on addressing violence against native womxn and brings a critical perspective on the differences between consensual sex work and sex trafficking. Cheyenne also focuses on environmental racism within bordertowns and in rural communities and is a leader and political educator on the colonial violence of fracking across Diné lands and how it contributes to health inequities for Native peoples who are most impacted by toxic pollinates, displacement, and homelessness.

November 2020
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