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  • Thursday

    June 17

    • Pole and Conduit Commission Public Meeting

      Online,

      Thursday, June 17, 2021

    • Virtual Family Story Time

      Online,

      We invite children and their grownups to join us from home for 20-25 minutes of songs, stories, and rhymes. Caregivers are asked to participate in the program with their children--it will be as important as ever to model movement and song for your little one during this virtual session. Plan to join in, sing along, and move around! Register below. Zoom link will be emailed to registrants one hour before the program begins. Virtual Family Story Time is free and open to the public and is not recorded. If you register but later find you cannot attend, please remember to cancel your registration to make space for others.

    • Virtual Intro ESOL Class

      Online,

      Join us for a Virtual ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Class conducted by Zoom. This class will be taught at an introductory level. No testing is needed, but registration is required. Register below. Zoom link will be emailed to registrants one hour before the program begins. Virtual ESOL Class is free and open to the public. If you register but later find you cannot attend, please remember to cancel your registration to make space for others. For more information call Maria Balestrieri at 617-349-4013.

    • Wellness for Seniors: Let Your Yoga Dance®

      Online,

      Breathe, stretch and dance your way to a blissful body, joyous heart and a steady, quiet mind! Open to all levels and abilities. Registration is required for each session. A Zoom link will be emailed to each registrant one hour before the program begins.

    • Juneteenth Commemoration: Healing the Historical Trauma of Slavery through Genealogical Research

      Online,

      Has your genealogical research forced you to confront the racial wounds of the past - from slavery to the many forms of racism it engendered? Facing "historical trauma" is as necessary for African Americans researching their ancestors who were enslaved as it is for White people who discover their ancestors were enslavers. To commemorate Juneteenth, join us for a workshop with Sharon Leslie Morgan, renowned genealogist and founder of Our Black Ancestry, as we learn about historical trauma and how it affects people today. Morgan will introduce the STAR (Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience) model for healing historical trauma and show how genealogical research can help heal the trauma of slavery. Registration is required. A Zoom link will be sent to registrants 1 hour before the program starts.

    • Healthy Aging & Cycling: Power Pedal

      This free 8-week class series is intended to help older adults of all abilities get into bicycling shape!

    • Healthy Aging and Cycling

      Online,

      Join us for our Healthy Aging and Cycling strength and agility workshop!

    • June Motown party

      Cambridge Council on Aging 806 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02139

      Come and enjoy our June Motown party Dance and Music with D.J Owen Howell.

    • Virtual Beginner ESOL Class

      Online,

      Join us for a Virtual ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Class conducted by Zoom. This class will be taught at a high beginner level. No testing is needed, but registration is required. Register below. Zoom link will be emailed to registrants one hour before the program begins. Virtual ESOL Class is free and open to the public. If you register but later find you cannot attend, please remember to cancel your registration to make space for others. For more information call Maria Balestrieri at 617-349-4013.

    • Cambridge Biosafety Committee Virtual Meeting-CANCELLED

      Virtual Meeting via Zoom Platform

      The Cambridge Biosafety Committee review reports, applications and recommendations by the Institutional Biosafety Committees and approve them where appropriate; carries out site visits to permitted facilities; and reviews manuals and worker training programs, approving health-safety programs and monitoring procedures.

    • Virtual Intermediate ESOL Class

      Online,

      Join us for a Virtual ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Class conducted by Zoom. This class will be taught at an intermediate level. No testing is needed, but registration is required. Register below. Zoom link will be emailed to registrants one hour before the program begins. Intermediate Virtual ESOL Class is free and open to the public. If you register but later find you cannot attend, please remember to cancel your registration to make space for others. For more information call Maria Balestrieri at 617-349-4013.

    • Juneteenth Celebration: Chun Yu and Michael Warr present Two Languages / One Community

      Online,

      A portmanteau of “June” and “nineteenth,” the Juneteenth holiday - also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, Liberation Day, and Emancipation Day, marks the day, in 1865, when a group of enslaved people in Galveston, Texas, finally learned that they were free from the institution of slavery. Join the Cambridge Public Library for a virtual special Juneteenth program, as we welcome poets Michael Warr and Chun Yu, creators of the Two Languages / One Community project, in celebration and recognition of the holiday, and what it means for us today to be free and united.Two Languages / One Community began as a workshop that uses writing and translation to facilitate the exchange of cultural and life experiences between Black/African Americans and Chinese communities. Often, isolated from each other, even though they live in the same neighborhood or work together. Chun Yu, PhD, is a bilingual poet, graphic novelist, scientist, and translator. She is the author of the award-winning memoir in free verse Little Green (Simon & Schuster) and a historical graphic novel in progress (Macmillan). She is a recipient of San Francisco Arts Commission grants and an honoree of the 2020 YBCA 100 award for creative changemakers. Chun holds a B.S. and M.S. from Peking University and a Ph.D. from Rutgers University and was a post-doctoral fellow in a Harvard-MIT joint program. Michael Warr recently received a 2021 San Francisco Artist Grant and the 2020 Berkeley Lifetime Achievement Award. His books include Of Poetry & Protest: From Emmett Till to Trayvon Martin (W.W. Norton), The Armageddon of Funk and We Are All The Black Boy. He is a San Francisco Library Laureate and recipient of a Creative Work Fund award for his multimedia project Tracing Poetic Memory, PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Award for Excellence in Literature, Black Caucus of the American Library Association Award, Gwendolyn Brooks Significant Illinois Poets Award, and a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship.

    • Resilient Cambridge Plan Public Meeting

      Online,

      Resilient Cambridge Plan public meeting

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