Coming Up

  • Election Commission

    Regular Meeting (rescheduled from July 6)

  • Transit Advisory Committee Meeting July 2022

    Transit Advisory Committee Meeting for July 2022. Agenda is forthcoming and will be posted on TAC website.

  • Cambridge Historical Commission Meeting

    Cambridge Historical Commission Meeting

  • Fund Your Small Nonprofit: Tapping Into New Resources

    Join this interactive workshop, network with other nonprofit leaders, and learn about the what, where, and how of tapping into new revenue sources for your small nonprofit organization. This workshop is intended for patrons who are already engaged in nonprofit work. Note: There are two workshops in this series. Attendance is not required for both, but is encouraged. Anne Hager is a fundraising consultant and helps small nonprofits raise more money. Her career spans executive and senior leadership positions in the nonprofit sector, where she gained extensive experience in writing grants for federal and private institutions. She holds a Master’s degree in Politics & Public Administration, and recently graduated from the Institute for Nonprofit Practice at Tuft’s Tisch College. In her free time, she reviews unfunded proposals and enjoys the outdoors with her family.

  • Bicycle Committee Meeting

    This meeting will be a bike ride to look at some of the City's new bike infrastructure. We will meet at Linear Park and Massachusetts Avenue for a ride across Cambridge.

  • Cambridge Redevelopment Authority

    Cambridge Redevelopment Authority

  • CPL PARK SOUNDS: Soulelujah and Albino Mbie Trio

    Bring a blanket or a chair and join us in Joan Lorentz Park for an evening of Park Sounds! Started in 2003 in Central Square, Soulelujah expanded to a new home at The Sinclair in Harvard Square in 2018. This strictly vinyl party sticks mostly to the 7 inch format, although you may see a few LP's from time to time. Join resident DJ Johnny Stevens as he brings the best in known and unknown Soul, Funk, and R&B music. Albino Mbie is an award winning musician, guitarist, singer, composer, sound and mixing engineer born in Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, a country in southern Africa known for its rich musical and cultural heritage. His music incorporates his musical experiences from Mozambique, the U.S., and many other places around the world, combining rhythmic patterns and musical concepts to create a unique Afro-Pop and Moz-Jazz sound. Mbie released his first album, Mozambican Dance, in 2013 with 12 original compositions with musicians from 16 countries. This program is supported by the Cambridge Public Library Foundation and is hosted in memory of Janet Axelrod. In the event of inclement weather, this program will be held in the Lecture Hall.

  • Election Commission

    Regular Meeting (rescheduled from July 6)

  • Transit Advisory Committee Meeting July 2022

    Transit Advisory Committee Meeting for July 2022. Agenda is forthcoming and will be posted on TAC website.

  • Cambridge Historical Commission Meeting

    Cambridge Historical Commission Meeting

  • Fund Your Small Nonprofit: Tapping Into New Resources

    Join this interactive workshop, network with other nonprofit leaders, and learn about the what, where, and how of tapping into new revenue sources for your small nonprofit organization. This workshop is intended for patrons who are already engaged in nonprofit work. Note: There are two workshops in this series. Attendance is not required for both, but is encouraged. Anne Hager is a fundraising consultant and helps small nonprofits raise more money. Her career spans executive and senior leadership positions in the nonprofit sector, where she gained extensive experience in writing grants for federal and private institutions. She holds a Master’s degree in Politics & Public Administration, and recently graduated from the Institute for Nonprofit Practice at Tuft’s Tisch College. In her free time, she reviews unfunded proposals and enjoys the outdoors with her family.

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