Ⓐctivate Calendar 

Social Justice – Activism – Politics

Currently, your event can be listed here by sending an invite on facebook to the ‘occupied nation’ page. We reserve the right to remove any posting for any reason. Making sure to include all the pertinent information and maps on your event page makes it easier for people to get to your event. It is our hope that this brings communities together across all divides. 

Apr
26
Wed
2017
Stolen Homes and Inhumane Rents (Gentrification 101)
Apr 26 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

With all of the problems within our society, we’ve been struggling to keep our homes and now the addition of inhumane rents and lack of rent control. This all adds up to gentrification 101.

This will be a didactic/informational seminar to keep the masses informed and to formulate strategies for the future.

There will be various vendors on site inclusive of Debt Collection Defense by Kay Philli

Darvens Louis will be speaking about the Credit Score/Credit Report issues that we have in our communities and will be available to answer questions.

Food will be served and the restaurant will only be able to accomodate approximately 35-40 poeople. so please rsvp with your attendance.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1361379450588473/

Wed 4.26 Jazz Lounge feat. Renato Malavasi @ Bella Luna Restaurant and Milky Way Lounge
Apr 26 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Join us at Bella Luna every Wednesday evening from 6:30-9:30PM for some mellow Live Jazz in our Lounge. No Cover, All Ages.
featuring Renato Malavasi

https://www.facebook.com/events/1276256839118992/

Lenny Lashley, Sissy Brown at O’Brien’s Pub @ O'Brien's Pub
Apr 26 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Lenny Lashley, Sissy Brown at O’Brien’s Pub

https://www.facebook.com/events/1517635091582231/

No Telemetry: Mission Creep // Axemunkee // The Double Duchess @ Midway Cafe
Apr 26 @ 8:00 pm – Apr 27 @ 2:00 am

$7.00, Doors at 8:00 PM, 21+

No Telemetry is a night of film with live music accompaniment featuring two long-form video pieces and several short films from local artists, as part of the global observation of Yuri’s Night, a celebration of space exploration. The unifying theme of the night is the promise of freedom and hope manifested through storytelling from the past into a modern mythology of the cosmos.

• Axemunkee performs excerpts from their 2015 film “Bring Us Your Women”, an international anthology dedicated to women and the pursuit of divinity and freedom. The project seeks to tell existing and re-imagined stories of historic and mythical individuals, each presenting a message of humanity that transcends gender and religion. With: Catherine Capozzi, Yuri Zbitnoff, Jason Adams, Tamara Gooding.

• Mission Creep, a music and multimedia project based in Boston, performs “…And Safely Back To Earth” a non-narrative four-part film with a semi-improvisational score, sourced entirely from archival NASA footage, tracing the arc of space exploration from its early days to the present and beyond. With: Gregory Damien Grinnell, Yuri Zbitnoff, Tony Savarino, PEK, Tamara Gooding.

• The Double Duchess, a guitar & drum duo featuring Catherine Capozzi of Axemunkee (guitar) and Jess Townsend of World/Inferno Friendship Society (drums).

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Digital artist, photographer and filmmaker Michael Lewy shows his series of short deconstructed science fiction films exploring the nature of representation of technology through artificial settings and special effects.

Andrew Neumann is a Boston-based artist who works in a variety of media that includes sculpture, electronic/interactive music, film, video and installation. His current body of work integrates analog and digital technologies with sculpture. He also builds electronic musical interfaces and performs electro-acoustic improvisations.

Astro Al and his friends from the ancient future past of Mars, show some of their psychedelic B-movie video travelogues.

Plus videos from MCTV and government grade space and industrial films!

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The night is coordinated with Yuri’s Night (http://www.yurisnight.net), the “World Space Party”, a global celebration of humanity’s past, present, and future in space. Yuri’s Night parties and events are held around the world every April in commemoration of April 12, 1961, the day of cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin’s first manned spaceflight, and April 12, 1981, the inaugural launch of NASA’s Space Shuttle.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1310313272394634/

Apr
27
Thu
2017
Reclaimed Exhibition Opening Reception @ Mosesian Center for the Arts
Apr 27 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

“Reclaimed” Exhibition Opening Reception, April 27, 5:30 to 7:30p

Celebrate Earth Day with us at the Explore Reclaimed exhibition opening reception party. Trash transformed. Urban waste and the imagination of artists intersect to create an exhibition that will leave you awe struck. The evening is free to attend and will include an art scavenger hunt where you’ll examine collage, assemblage, sculpture and more while you explore the exhibition and meet the artists behind the work. Prizes will be awarded.

Free Munchies, Cash Bar, Art Scavenger Hunt with Prizes
At the Mosesian Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA 02472. First time here? We’re between La Casa De Pedro and Panera Bread

https://www.facebook.com/events/622504931279418/

Crowdsourcing MA’s School District Data @ Maclaurin Buildings
Apr 27 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Jetpac Inc, Run For Office, and MIT MSA are teaming up to help collect the data around MA’s 404 School Districts. Join us as we kick-off our week-long crowdsourcing effort to collate the data needed so that ALL Massachusetts residents can easily find information on how to run for their local school board.

All you need is a laptop and some enthusiasm – we’ll brief you on research methodology and provide the database. Collecting this information means that (for the first time!) all of MA’s School Board filing deadlines, election dates, term limits, etc will be in a central location!

Location: Classroom 4-370 (Maclaurin Buildings, https://whereis.mit.edu/?go=4)

https://www.facebook.com/events/411486562540965/

So you think you can teach?!
Apr 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Are you a resident or high school student in Roxbury/North
Dorchester? If you or somebody you know wants to become a
teacher or paraprofessional PLEASE JOIN US!

You will learn from community members about their experiences in
several programs designed to train you to become a teacher,
paraprofessional AND/OR complete an associate, undergraduate,
graduate degree. WE WANT TO SUPPORT YOU TO TEACH IN
OUR NIEGHBORHOOD.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1913735725537279/

SOON – Jamaica Plain State of Our Neighborhood 2017
Apr 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

This year’s State of Our Neighborhood seeks to engage our community in a new way. Attendees will take part in the Community Climate ribbon activity, which will transform this year’s SOON into a cultural ritual, and the event’s usual dialogue with our local elected officials will follow.

We sincerely hope that you can make the event — it would not be State of Our Neighborhood without you!

Join JPNDC, Christ the King Church, Hyde Square Task Force, Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center, The BRIDGES Foundation and our elected officials as we create a meaningful piece of art to convey the current community climate.

Event organized by: Egleston Square Main Street, Hyde Square Task Force, Christ the King – JP/Roxbury, Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center, The BRIDGES Foundation, JPNDC, Bromley Heath Tenant Asociation.

https://www.facebook.com/events/175844169586431/

Downtown Progressives April Meeting @ Encuentro 5
Apr 27 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Downtown Progressives is the nascent Downtown chapter of Progressive Mass (http://www.progressivemass.com/downtown). The chapter’s focus will be Downtown Boston and the surrounding neighborhoods, but anyone who is interested in organizing for progressive change at the state and local level is welcome to join.

At our April meeting, we will be discussing some of the mechanics of forming a chapter as well as brainstorming/planning the types of activities we would like to do this year.

https://www.facebook.com/events/173652913147002/

The Artist’s Voice: Nari Ward and Tania Bruguera @ The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston
Apr 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

FREE. First come, first served; tickets available at the box office two hours prior to start of program.

The relationship between art and politics is continually redefined by today’s artists living in an increasingly divisive social and political landscape. In this very special engagement, hear from two extraordinary artists—Nari Ward and Tania Bruguera—who have taken different approaches to their important roles as artists and citizens.

Ward is featured in the ICA exhibition Sun Splashed, addressing issues of citizenship and migration in American society, among other themes. Artist Tania Bruguera considers herself an ‘initiator’ and has developed various longterm collaborative projects, such as Migrant People Party and The Institute of Artivism Hannah Arendt. Bruguera also recently announced her candidacy for presidency in Cuba. ICA Associate Curator Ruth Erickson will moderate this important and timely discussion.

Nari Ward: Sun Splashed is organized by Pérez Art Museum Miami Associate Curator Diana Nawi.

The Boston presentation is coordinated by Ruth Erickson, Associate Curator, The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, with Jessica Hong, Curatorial Associate.

Organization of Nari Ward: Sun Splashed and its presentation at the Pérez Art Museum Miami has been made possible by Citi and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, with additional support from the Funding Arts Network and Gander and White.

https://www.facebook.com/events/277676815990927/

AROMA Activist Meet & Greet for April! @ Little 5 Points Center for Arts & Community
Apr 27 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Are you outraged by injustice but don’t know what to do? New to activism and/or want to get more involved/connected? Want to support new and current activists in solidarity and love?

Activists Recruiting Organizing and Mentoring in Atlanta (AROMA) hosts activist meet and greets/movement intros every last Thursday of the month, at 7:30pm SHARP.

We will have an Activist Speed-Friending activity, learn more about what it really means to be an activist, and meet some of the folks on the front lines doing the work needed to transform society and transition into a better world!

We’ll also have food, water and wine but please feel free to bring some to share, and/or donations and friends. This will be at the Little Five Point Community Center.

Please invite everyone you think might be interested in becoming an activist, deepening their activism, or supporting all people to become strong leaders in our movements!

Here are the AROMA values, website, including a database of organizations, and an article written by one of our members:

AROMA Values:

1) We promote social justice, liberation, and have an anti-oppressive stance. We challenge ourselves and others to fight all forms of oppression, within and outside of ourselves, and resist the reproduction of oppression.

2) We prioritize the voices and leadership of those who suffer oppression or exploitation based on class, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or immigrant status. We are in solidarity.

3) We support intersectional analyses, visions, and strategies among our various movements.

4) We believe in cultivating new community leaders and developing our leadership.

5) We believe in connecting, nurturing, and building community among new and experienced leaders to promote social justice and solidarity.
~

new website: activismatlanta.com/

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article about AROMA:

dailykos.com/story/2014/07/15/1313217/-AROMA-creating-sustainable-activism-across-Atlanta-movements

We hope to see you there this month and in the future!

Power to the People!

https://www.facebook.com/events/1381182161966719/

A People’s Genealogy of Money
Apr 27 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

History buffs of the world unite!!! We have nothing to lose but our chains of debt!

Join the growing monetary reform community of New York City for a critical discussion on Stephen Zarlenga’s controversial book the Lost Science of Money at the New School for Social Research. We will review Zarlenga’s chapters on ancient Summarian, Greek and Roman monetary systems and discuss onging direct actions for monetary reform in NYC. We hope and expect that this will become the first of many exciting weekly public conversations at the New School for Social Research!

The broader aim of our inquiry is to spark a national conversation about monetary reform and specifically about a piece of legislation called the National Emergency Employment Defense Act. The NEED Act would abolish student debt in the process of making secondary education universal. The NEED Act would also fund mortgage relief, public housing, publicly financed elections, universal healthcare, universal basic guaranteed income, a new public jobs program creating a green new energy infrastructure and livable wages.

Please RSVP if you plan to attend in person or in spiritual solidarity and more importantly PLEASE do your homework!!! The better prepared you and your fellow monetary reformers come to class the sooner we will all get the real money that we are all constitutionally entitled too! You can find power points and a wealth of additional resources on the class materials section of…

http://greensformonetaryreform.org/history.

https://www.facebook.com/events/673028149555904/

The Atlas / Stocksmile @ The Plough and Stars
Apr 27 @ 10:00 pm – Apr 28 @ 1:00 am

The Atlas
theatlas.bandcamp.com

Stocksmile (previously Bobby Meader Music)
facebook.com/stocksmileband
bobbymeadermusic.bandcamp.com

10pm / FREE / 21+
ploughandstars.com

https://www.facebook.com/events/166005690582287/

Apr
28
Fri
2017
ICA After 5: Beers + Bedazzling @ The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston
Apr 28 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

FREE with museum admission.

What do your jean jacket, favorite sunglasses, and go-to water bottle have in common? They all could use a good bedazzling! (Bonus – they pair well with beer.) Sample a flight of brews and bring your most jewel-worthy item – bedazzling supplies provided!

ICA After 5 is our new series of dynamic Friday evening programming. Join us for tastings, artisan demonstrations, DIY workshops, and more select Fridays at ICA After 5 from 5-8 PM.

https://www.facebook.com/events/791697037648422/

The House Slam: Team Finals Featuring Sasha Banks
Apr 28 @ 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm

“The House Slam” at the Haley House Café (12 Dade Street, Boston, 02119) is Boston’s poetry slam venue located in the heart of Dudley Square. The venue offers awesome food, an open mic, a featured poet and a poetry slam every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month. The venue is free of cost and welcoming to all (18+).
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APRIL 28th SCHEDULE & LOGISTICS:

6:30pm-Doors Open
7:15pm- Poetry Slam begins (1st Round)
8:15pm-Feature: Sasha Banks
9:00pm- Poetry Slam will resume (2nd & 3rd Round)

** There will be NO Open Mic on April 28th.

**We will select judges in line. Judges will have priority seating and entrance into the venue. Then, competing poets will be allowed in. Then, the remaining members of the audience will be allowed in until we reach capacity. First come, first served. Due to the small space, this is the best way to go about entering the venue to ensure a fair slam.

**We fill our space quickly. We recommend you coming AT or BEFORE 6:15pm. Also, please bring your ID’s. This venue is 18+.

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A REMINDER FOR THE POETS:

Each poet will perform three (3-minute) poems during the slam. Scores will be cumulative. Poets will draw for the order of each round. One poem must be new to the Haley House venue. No repeats from Semi-Finals or Last Chance

Finalists are comprised of the top scoring poets from our March 24th- Team Semifinals Slam; as well as our Last Chance Slam Winner.

Five individuals will represent the House Slam at the 2017 National Poetry Slam in Denver, CO.
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Parking is free and plentiful— The House Slam is also extremely accessible via Orange Line, Silver Line, and numerous bus routes.

MORE ABOUT THE HOUSE SLAM:
houseslamboston.org

MORE ABOUT THE HALEY HOUSE:
http://www.haleyhouse.org/

https://www.facebook.com/events/212396339259596/

Dave TREE ONE MAN STAND closer @ Sweetree Ink
Apr 28 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Last NIGHT! Come see the works before they all come down, Dave TREE “ONE MAN STAND” solo art show featuring Art Works by Boston’s best political and revolutionary artist, decades deep in the political art, humble servant of Nature! Bear Witness and testify. Laugh and Learn before we all Burn! refreshments will be served!

https://www.facebook.com/events/1615600988468235/

Erykah Badu @ House of Blues Boston
Apr 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Doors Time: 7:00pm Show Time: 8:00pm All Ages *All support acts are subject to change without notice.*

Sale Dates and Times:

Public Onsale : Fri, 13 Jan 2017 at 10:00 AM

Citi® Cardmember Preferred Tickets : Fri, 13 Jan 2017 at 10:00 AM

https://www.facebook.com/events/1420911347961014/

Performance with Daniel Johnson & Ebele Okpokwasili-Johnson @ Central Square Theater
Apr 28 @ 9:00 pm – Apr 29 @ 5:00 pm

Join us after the 8pm show on Friday, April 28, and the 3pm show on Saturday, April 29 for a post-show performance by poet Daniel Johnson paying tribute to American journalist Arewow, who was killed by ISIS in Syria in 2014. In a multi-media presentation, Johnson explores his nearly twenty-year friendship with Foley, while layering poetry over combat footage, still photos, and live music. Ebele Okpokwasili-Johnson, Johnson’s wife, joins him and provides vocal accompaniment.

Daniel Johnson is the author of How to Catch a Falling Knife, published by Alice James Books. Currently, he is working on his second collection of poems titled In the Absence of Sparrows, which explores his nearly twenty-year friendship with American journalist James Foley, who was killed by ISIS in Syria in 2014. Johnson’s poetry has been featured on NPR, PBS NewsHour, Washington Post and in a variety of journals and anthologies including The Best American Poetry, The Iowa Review, and I Have My Own Song for It: Modern Poems of Ohio. A former finalist for Poet Laureate of Boston, Johnson has received recognition for his poetry from Poetry Center of Chicago, Ohiana Book Awards, Foreword Book Awards, Tucson Festival of Books, and elsewhere. From 2007 to 2016, he served as the founding executive director of 826 Boston, a youth writing center in Roxbury’s Egleston Square, which is part of the national network founded by writer Dave Eggers and educator Nínive Clements Calegari.

Dr. Ebele Okpokwasili-Johnson, a soprano for the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, is also a Child & Adolescent & Adult Psychiatrist and Medical Director of the Behavioral Health Department at Boston’s South End Community Health Center. An alumna of the Freehold Regional Performing Arts Center in Howell High School, Ebele attended Columbia University for college where she appeared in a number of plays and wrote and directed an original play titled “The Quest.” Ebele later attended the University of Illinois, where she earned her Medical Degree and Master’s of Public Health. Ebele currently studies voice with Robert Honeysucker and has performed for eight years with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus including a U.S. premiere of James MacMillan’s “St. John Passion” with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. She credits James Foley for introducing her to her husband Daniel and misses James dearly. Ebele lives in the Boston area with Daniel and their two children.

To learn more about the play: https://www.centralsquaretheater.org/shows/homebody/

To buy tickets for the Friday, April 28 show at 8pm: @

To buy tickets for the Saturday, April 29 show at 3pm:
https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pesptpm/10097354/1072317

All Central Conversations are open to the public; seats are available on a first come, first serve basis.

https://www.facebook.com/events/854667554672188/

This Fri 4.28 Cielo Lounge Live Latin Night feat Los Four @ Bella Luna Restaurant and Milky Way Lounge
Apr 28 @ 9:00 pm – Apr 29 @ 1:00 am

Come join us for our new Live Latin 4th Fridays Residency: CIELO LOUNGE sponsored by Bacardi | Featuring live music by Los Four

only $5 at the door | 21+ | 9PM doors

https://www.facebook.com/events/219033191906590/

All of the Animals / Everything and Everyone @ The Plough and Stars
Apr 28 @ 10:00 pm – Apr 29 @ 1:00 am

All of the Animals
facebook.com/AlloftheAnimals
alloftheanimals.bandcamp.com

Everything and Everyone
facebook.com/everythingandeveryoneband
everythingandeveryone.bandcamp.com

10pm / $5 / 21+
Presented by Lysten Boston

https://www.facebook.com/events/1341929099197711/

Apr
29
Sat
2017
Love your Block (Formally Boston Shines ) @ Boston Chinatown Gate
Apr 29 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

BOSTON SHINES NOW LOVE YOUR BLOCK
Boston Shines is now renamed Love Your Block. It is still Boston’s clean-up program in the spring, but it will now be part of a larger initiative promoting neighborhood revitalization. Through Love Your Block, you can:

sign up for year-round cleanups
apply for innovative beautification mini-grants, and
eventually make use of City-provided tool sheds.
DISTRIBUTING CLEANUP TOOLS FOR SPRING 2017
Tools will no longer be delivered to individual clean-up sites. Instead, volunteers will have a designated pick-up site that is central to their neighborhood. When volunteers return their tools after their project, there will be volunteer appreciation refreshments.

SPONSORING NEIGHBORHOOD CLEANUPS
Sponsorships
Benefits

CHANGES TO CLEANUPSSPONSORSHIPSDATES FOR CLEANUPS
Spring cleaning opportunities include, but are not limited to:

Community gardens
pocket parks
public schools, and
sidewalks.
We are working to expand City of Boston volunteer opportunities to unite neighbors and communities through physical service, university engagement, and youth development.

Still have questions? Contact:
NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES

617-635-3485
JEROME.SMITH@BOSTON.GOV
1 CITY HALL SQUARE
ROOM 805
BOSTON, MA 02201-2022
UNITED STATES
CONTACT LOVE YOUR BLOCK
For questions or more information please call senior adviser Kaira Fox at 617-635-3308, or email us at loveyourblock@boston.gov.
TO SEE WHAT’S HAPPENING AROUND YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD, FOLLOW US!
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WANT TO VOLUNTEER?
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Sign up for a Love Your Block cleanup.
VOLUNTEER SIGNUP FORM
CHANGES TO NEIGHBORHOOD CLEANUPS
BOSTON SHINES NOW LOVE YOUR BLOCK
Boston Shines is now renamed Love Your Block. It is still Boston’s clean-up program in the spring, but it will now be part of a larger initiative promoting neighborhood revitalization. Through Love Your Block, you can:

sign up for year-round cleanups
apply for innovative beautification mini-grants, and
eventually make use of City-provided tool sheds.
DISTRIBUTING CLEANUP TOOLS FOR SPRING 2017
Tools will no longer be delivered to individual clean-up sites. Instead, volunteers will have a designated pick-up site that is central to their neighborhood. When volunteers return their tools after their project, there will be volunteer appreciation refreshments.

SPONSORING NEIGHBORHOOD CLEANUPS
Sponsorships
Benefits of sponsoring
Levels of sponsorship
Register as a sponsor
DATES FOR NEIGHBORHOOD CLEANUPS
Dates for cleanups
Photo of children and teens during Boston Shines.
APRIL 28 – 29
Downtown
Chinatown
Bay Bay
North End
West End
Beacon Hill
Charlestown
East Boston

https://www.boston.gov/departments/neighborhood-services/love-your-block-neighborhood-cleanups

https://www.facebook.com/events/1541611855881619/

People’s Climate March
Apr 29 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

On the 100th Day of the Trump Administration, we will be in the streets of Washington D.C. to show the world and our leaders that we will resist attacks on our people, our communities and our planet.

March with the Peoples Climate Movement this April 29th in Washington, D.C. and across the country to stand up for our communities and climate. March for climate, jobs, and justice.

Find out how to get involved and sign up for updates here: http://www.peoplesclimate.org

If you need help getting to DC, go here: http://peoplesclimate.org/transportation/

If you can’t make it to DC, join one of the 200 sister marches: http://www.peoplesclimate.org/sister-marches

For answers to common questions, go here: http://peoplesclimate.org/faqs/

Moms Clean Air Force contingent: https://www.facebook.com/events/216134162162726/
CT Contingent: https://www.facebook.com/events/451242765264439/
Progressive Latinos contingent: https://www.facebook.com/events/1049364428505351/

https://www.facebook.com/events/1904314703139244/

Play Date: Uncovering Artists’ Stories @ The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston
Apr 29 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Kids rule the ICA the last Saturday of every month, when the museum fills up with fun, creative, and even zany activities for kids and adults to do together.

Visit the exhibition Nari Ward: Sun Splashed and try your hand at related artmaking investigations together with your family. Don’t miss a special concert by Boston Children’s Chorus sharing music and stories from around the world.

​Admission is FREE for up to 2 adults per family when accompanied by children ages 12 and under. Youth 17 and under are always admitted free to the ICA. All ages welcome; programs best-suited for ages 6 and older. Check icaboston.org for programming details and schedules as program dates approach. There is no Play Date in December.

Play Dates are sponsored by Vivien and Alan Hassenfeld and the Hassenfeld Family Foundation, and Holly and David Bruce.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1292406137479551/

Little Voices Big Change: Whose Trash is This? @ Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts
Apr 29 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Parents and kids ages 4-7! Our monthly storytime series is back for the third installment of kid-powered resistance with “Whose Trash is This?” Join us for activities as we explore themes of environmental justice: the fight for clean water, healthy air, and justice for communities that are most affected by pollution and denial of access to natural resources.

This storytime will be taking place OUTSIDE the Eliot School on the lawn, please bring a blanket.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1454660841271082/

National Muslim Soup Kitchen Project @ Diyanet Center of America
Apr 29 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Annual National Muslim Soup Kitchen Project
“A community service initative to help feed the homeless”

Date: Saturday April 29
Time: 11am
Location: DCA Fellowship Building
9704 Good Luck Road, Lanham MD 20706

A great family event to give back to the community.
Food will be donated to Martha’s Table in DC

To Volunteer or Donate please use this link:

Muslim Soup Kitchen Project

Thank you to our event sponsor:
Penny Appeal USA | KAGEM DCA

https://www.facebook.com/events/191769254673909/

Boston People’s Climate Mobilization @ Boston Common
Apr 29 @ 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm

**Español abajo**

On April 29, the #PeopleClimate March will bring together hundreds of thousands of people from across the country to demand JOBS, JUSTICE, and REAL CLIMATE SOLUTIONS. Here in Boston, we’ll have a full day of workshops and activities to build and grow our movement, starting with an energizing rally at 12pm on Boston Common. Join us!

*Schedule for Boston PCM on April 29*
>>11:30am-12:00pm
– Music and gathering at the Parkman Bandstand on Boston Common
>>12:00-1:00pm
– RALLY for jobs, justice and bold action on climate on Boston Common
>>1:00-4:00pm
– ACTION TABLES, activities, music, and art-making on Boston Common,
– TEACH-INS on the connections between the climate fight and other struggles for justice at indoor spaces around the Common (learn more here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1302204036560536/)

For questions about accessibility at these events, please contact Hannah Klein: hannah.jalsa@gmail.com

*Other Marches to Support*
On May 1, just two days later, immigrants, workers and supporters across the country, including in Boston, will be marching and striking for dignity and respect. Instead of hosting a separate march on April 29, we’ll be asking the Boston climate movement to show up in force and take to the streets on May 1. Join us as we mobilize alongside our brothers and sisters in the immigrants’ rights and labor movements. https://www.facebook.com/events/1461135840565583/

And for more on the connection between this event and the March for Science on April 22, see here: peoplesclimate.org/faqs

*We Mobilize To…*
1) Advance solutions to the climate crisis [that are] rooted in racial, social and economic justice and committed to protecting front-line communities and workers.
2) Protect our right to clean air, water, land, healthy communities and a world at peace.
3) Immediately stop attacks on immigrants, communities of color, indigenous and tribal people and lands and workers.
4) Ensure public funds and investments create good paying jobs that provide a family-sustaining wage and benefits and preserve workers’ rights, including the right to unionize.
5) Fund investments in our communities, people and environment to transition to a new clean and renewable energy economy that works for all.
6) Protect our basic rights to a free press, protest and free speech.
See more at: peoplesclimate.org

*Who is organizing the Boston event?*
A local coalition of labor unions, environmental justice groups, faith organizations, youth groups, and climate activism groups has been meeting over the last several months to both a) send hundreds of people from the Boston area to the People’s Climate March in Washington, DC (tinyurl.com/PCMBoston and bit.ly/climatemarchbuses and http://sierraclub.org/massachusetts/chapter-store for bus tickets) and b) plan a local PCM action here in Boston. We’re joining forces because we think this could be a transformative moment for the Massachusetts climate movement. We share a powerful vision: together, we want to build a forceful, justice-centered movement that lifts up the voices and leadership of those most affected by climate change. Our work together is grounded in the Jemez Principles for Democratic Organizing: http://www.ejnet.org/ej/jemez.pdf

*Boston PCM Organizing Table*
>>Environmental Justice
Alternatives for Community & Environment
Chelsea GreenRoots
>>Youth
Alliance for Climate Education
Youth on Board / Boston Student Advisory Council
>>Labor
1199SEIU
32BJ SEIU
509 SEIU
Boston Teachers Union
MA Nurses Association
>>Faith
Jewish Alliance for Law & Social Action
MA Interfaith Coalition for Climate Action
Moral Revival Boston
>>Climate
350 Mass for a Better Future
Boston Climate Action Network
Boston EcoWomen
Consumers for Sensible Energy
Corporate Accountability International
Mass Energy Consumers Alliance
Mothers Out Front
Sierra Club Massachusetts
Toxics Action Center

*Co-Sponsors*
>>Environmental Justice
Alliance for Water Justice in Palestine
Grassroots International
Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts
Right to the City Alliance
United American Indians of New England
>>Labor
Fight for $15
Jobs with Justice
MA Interfaith Worker Justice
MA Teachers Association
Raise Up Massachusetts
UFCW Local 1445
>>Faith
Boston Catholic Climate Movement
Boston Workmen’s Circle
Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts
First Parish UU Bedford
First Parish UU Wayland
Jewish Climate Action Network (JCAN)
MA Interfaith Power & Light
MA Conference United Church of Christ
Moishe Kavod House
Temple Beth Zion
Temple Bnai Brith Somerville
Unitarian Universalist Mass Action Network
>>Climate+
Abbey Essene
Boston GreenFest
Boston Society of Architects
Cape Downwinders
Charles River Watershed Association
Clean Water Action
Climate Action Brookline
Divest BU
Draft Bernie for a People’s Party
Elders Climate Action – MA Chapter
Environmental League of MA
Greening Greenfield
Green Newton
MA Climate Action Network
MA Downwinders
Massachusetts Peace Action
No Fracked Gas in Mass
On Behalf of Planet Earth
Our Revolution Cambridge
Post-Landfill Action Network
Protect Our Winters (POW)
The Progressive Policy Path
U.S. Green Building Council, Massachusetts Chapter
West Roxbury Saves Energy
Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom
Women Working for Oceans
Worcester Community Energy Action
>>Green Business
Arrowstreet
AURAw
Concord Minuteman Solutions Group Inc.
Co-op Power
Progressive Asset Management
Resonant Energy

*Want to co-sponsor and/or have a table at the event?*
If your organization agrees with the goals and principles behind this event and would like to add your name as a co-sponsor and/or would like to have a table/activity on the Common after the rally, please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/VGlzPmVO5q3wnVMf1

*Want to volunteer?*
To help out with rally and teach-in activities, please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/0bFePQBruBJ6wS5P2

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El 29 de abril, la marcha del pueblo para el cambio climático juntará cientos de miles de personas de todas partes del país para exigir TRABAJOS, JUSTICIA, y SOLUCIONES VERDADERAS AL CAMBIO CLIMATICO. Aquí en Boston, tendremos un día entero de talleres y actividades para construir y crecer nuestro movimiento, empezando con una marcha energizante al mediodía en el Boston Common. Únete!

*Horario por la marcha de Boston el 29 de abril*
>>11:30am-12:00pm
– Music and gathering at the Parkman Bandstand on Boston Common
>>12:00-1:00pm
– Marcha para trabajos, justicia, y acción en el cambio climático en el Boston Common
>>1:00-4:00pm
– Mesas de acción, actividades, y ACTION TABLES, y arte en el Boston Common
– Talleres populares en los vínculos entre la lucha para la clima y otras luchas para justicia en espacios interiores alrededor del Common (aprender más aquí:https://www.facebook.com/events/1302204036560536/)

For questions about accessibility at these events, please contact Hannah Klein: hannah.jalsa@gmail.com

*Otras marchas para apoyar*
El primero de mayo, solo dos días después, los inmigrantes, trabajadores y apoyantes alrededor del país, incluyendo en Boston, marcharemos y haremos una huelga para la dignidad y respeto. En vez de arreglar otra marcha diferente el 29 de abril, pediremos al movimiento del cambio climático en Boston de unirse con fuerza el primero de mayo. Únese cuando movilizamos al lado de nuestros herman@s en los movimientos para los derechos de trabajadores e inmigrantes. https://www.facebook.com/events/1461135840565583/

Y para más acerca el vínculo entre este evento y la marcha para la ciencia el 22 de abril, véase aquí: peoplesclimate.org/faqs

*Movilizamos para*
1) Avanzar soluciones al crisis del cambio climático que tengan sus raices en la justicia racial, social, y económica y comprometido a proteger las comunidades en la frontera y trabajadores.
2) Proteger nuestro derecho a aire, agua y tierra limpia y comunidades sanas y un mundo pacífico.
3) Para inmediatamente ataques en los inmigrantes, comunidades de color, indígenas y tierras y trabajadores.
4) Asegurar financiamiento público e inversiones para crear trabajos que pagan bien y proveen beneficios y salarios que sostiene familias y preserven los derechos del trabajador, incluyendo el derecho de organizar sindicatos.
5) Financiar inversions en nuestras comunidades, pueblos y medio ambiente para transicionar a una nueva economia limpia, de energía removable y trabaja para todos.
6) Proteger nuestros derechos básicos a libertad de expresión, protesta, y prensa.
Más Aquí: peoplesclimate.org

*¿Quién organiza el evento en Boston?*
Una coalición local de sindicatos, organizaciones de la justicia ambiental, de fé, de jóvenes y del activismo en el cambio climático se ha estado reuniendo a lo largo de los últimos meses para ambos a) enviar cientos de personas desde Boston a la marcha en Washington, DC (tinyurl.com/PCMBoston y bit.ly/climatemarchbuses por entradas de bus) y b) planear una acción local aquí en Boston. Nos estamos uniendo porque pensamos que podría ser un momento transformativo para el movimiento del cambio climático en Massachusetts. Compartimos una visión poderosa: juntos, queremos construir un movimiento fuerte, centrado en justicia que eleva las voces y liderazgo de quienes son más afectados por el cambio climático. Nuestro trabajo está aterrado en los principios Jemez para la organización democrática: http://www.ejnet.org/ej/jemez.pdf

*Mesa de organización de Boston*
>>Environmental Justice
Alternatives for Community & Environment
Chelsea GreenRoots
>>Youth
Alliance for Climate Education
Youth on Board / Boston Student Advisory Council
>>Labor
1199SEIU
32BJ SEIU
509 SEIU
Boston Teachers Union
MA Nurses Association
>>Faith
Jewish Alliance for Law & Social Action
MA Interfaith Coalition for Climate Action
Moral Revival Boston
>>Climate
350 Mass for a Better Future
Boston Climate Action Network
Boston EcoWomen
Corporate Accountability International
Mass Energy Consumers Alliance
Mothers Out Front
Sierra Club Massachusetts
Toxics Action Center

*Co-patrocinadores*
>>Environmental Justice
Alliance for Water Justice in Palestine
Grassroots International
Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts
Right to the City Alliance
United American Indians of New England
>>Labor
Fight for $15
Jobs with Justice
MA Interfaith Worker Justice
MA Teachers Association
Raise Up Massachusetts
UFCW Local 1445
>>Faith
Boston Catholic Climate Movement
Boston Workmen’s Circle
Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts
First Parish UU Bedford
First Parish UU Wayland
Jewish Climate Action Network (JCAN)
MA Interfaith Power & Light
MA Conference United Church of Christ
Moishe Kavod House
Temple Beth Zion
Temple Bnai Brith Somerville
Unitarian Universalist Mass Action Network
>>Climate+
Abbey Essene
Boston GreenFest
Boston Society of Architects
Cape Downwinders
Charles River Watershed Association
Clean Water Action
Climate Action Brookline
Divest BU
Draft Bernie for a People’s Party
Elders Climate Action – MA Chapter
Environmental League of MA
Greening Greenfield
Green Newton
MA Climate Action Network
MA Downwinders
Massachusetts Peace Action
No Fracked Gas in Mass
On Behalf of Planet Earth
Our Revolution Cambridge
Post-Landfill Action Network
Protect Our Winters (POW)
The Progressive Policy Path
U.S. Green Building Council, Massachusetts Chapter
West Roxbury Saves Energy
Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom
Women Working for Oceans
Worcester Community Energy Action
>>Green Business
Arrowstreet
AURAw
Concord Minuteman Solutions Group Inc.
Co-op Power
Progressive Asset Management
Resonant Energy

*Quiere co-patrocinar y/o tener una mesa en el evento?*
Si su organización está de acuerdo con las metas y principios tras este evento y quisiera añadir su nombre como co-patrocinador y/o quisiera tener una mesa/actividad en el Common después de la marcha, por favor llene este formulario: https://goo.gl/forms/VGlzPmVO5q3wnVMf1

*Quiere ser voluntario?*
Para ayudar con la marcha y talleres, por favor, llene este formulario: https://goo.gl/forms/0bFePQBruBJ6wS5P2

https://www.facebook.com/events/114630515717476/

SOLD OUT – It’s our 7th Anniversary Party! @ Notch Brewing
Apr 29 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Notch is turning 7!
7 years ago our founder / brewer Chris Lohring began the first brewing company in the U.S. to focus exclusively on Session Beer. The first small test batches were brewed in Kennebunk, ME, just enough beer to test the waters and make sure he was not crazy (he was, but in the right way). Seven years later, we have a brewery that was built on the back of session beer, and we’re ready to celebrate!

We’re ticketing this event for one reason alone: THE UNSTOPPABLE CASK, which is exactly what it sounds like. Doors at noon, and the cask (ok, maybe 2 casks), will be tapped promptly at 1:00 by Kim Driscoll, the venerable Mayor of Salem. Ticket price includes a custom commemorative glass as well as your unstoppable cask beer.

Beyond that it’s a cash bar, several one of a kind casks, and the rarest of rare food popups: Back Alley Bacon.

We’d love you to join in the fun!

Please note that RSVP’ing here does not get you into the door, you must register on Eventbrite!

https://www.facebook.com/events/729783010524789/

2017 Harvard Powwow @ Quadrangle (Harvard)
Apr 29 @ 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Save the Date: 2017 Harvard Powwow, April 29th

PLEASE NOTE – New location, RADCLIFFE QUADRANGLE LAWN at Harvard Quadrangle.

Updated Head Staff

Head Drum – Youngblood Singers
Invited Drum – Storm Boyz
Invited Drum – Silvercloud

Emcee – Chris Newell
Arena Director – Jonathan Perry
Sound Director – Ron Perry

Head Woman Dancer – Jennifer Weston
Head Man Dancer – Niyolpaqui Moraza-Keeswood

There is street parking but we encourage visitors to take public transit
From Harvard Square T Station:
Head northwest on garden street (You will pass the Sheraton Commander Hotel on your left)
Turn right on Shepard Street
The Quad lawn will be on your left

From Porter Square T Station:
Head south on Mass ave (towards Harvard Square)
Turn right on Linnean street
Turn left on Walker street
The Quad law will be on your right

https://www.facebook.com/events/1667665766869004/

DOT-I Info Session/Mixer @ Coco Leaf Boston
Apr 29 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Happy Spring y’all! DOT-I is hosting an info session/mixer on Saturday, April 29th from 2:00PM-5:00PM!

We invite DOT-I alumni, current members, supporters, and/or folks interested in engaging with DOT-I to our event to learn about DOT-I – who we are, what we do, and how to get involved. This is also an opportunity for you to meet members who have participated with DOT-I in the past, as well as currently. This event will be centering the experiences and narratives of folks from the Vietnamese community. We invite and appreciate folks who are non-Vietnamese identified who would like to participate in this event with us and learn about DOT-I.

If you have been wanting to re-engage and/or to engage with us for the first time, now is your chance!

Please fill out this RSVP form as soon as possible, so we can get an accurate headcount of who is attending, so we can plan accordingly: http://bit.ly/DOT-I-Mixer

For more information and/or if you have any questions, please feel free to contact AARW’s Organizing Director, Kevin Lam at kevin@aarw.org.

Snacks and drinks will be provided through a special menu for the event! If folks would like items from the regular menu, you will be paying out of pocket for those items.

https://www.facebook.com/events/120746741797236/

Both/And: A Quantum Physics Play and Talk-Back @ MIT Museum
Apr 29 @ 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Attend an inventive one-act play by Patrick Gabridge that is part comedy, part poetry, and all inquiry into a major scientific experiment taking place right now. “Both/And” seeks to explore basic tenets of quantum physics and after the performance. Special for ArtWeek, we are offering the chance to meet the actors after the show, and ask your questions about their experience bringing this unique science-theater collaboration to the stage.

Besides the two scheduled talk-back performances, the show is being performed eight times during ArtWeek at 1:30pm and 3:00pm on Saturday 29 April, Sunday 30 April, Saturday 6 May, and Sunday 7 May.

“Both/And” is a project of Catalyst Collaborative@MIT, the science-theater partnership between Central Square Theater and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

This program is included with MIT Museum admission. Please see admission prices on the website.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1414717361913414/

Hazel Royer & The Royer Family Band @ Atwood's Tavern
Apr 29 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Hazel Royer, Eric Royer and Chris Anzalone Royer are the Royer Family Band. Come by for two sets of folk/acoustic rock featuring songs from Hazel’s debut album For Now which is available for sale at www.hazelroyer.bandcamp.com!
Family friendly, $5 suggested donation when the bucket gets passed.

https://www.facebook.com/events/404230793283209/

Roxy’s Grilled Cheese Food Truck Pop Up @ Dorchester Brewing Company
Apr 29 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm

We’re pumped for Roxy’s Grilled Cheese Food Truck to make their Pop Up debut with Dorchester Brewing Company in Boston on Saturday, April 29th from 4-9pm!

https://www.facebook.com/events/218874675263334/

Louder than a Bomb Massachusetts – Indie Finals & BNV Selection
Apr 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Mass LEAP & Slam Society, UMass Boston present:

The 2017 Individual Poetry Slam Championship & Brave New Voices Team Selection Poetry Slam:

Over 300 teens form more than 40 school and youth organizational communities have competed in preliminaries this past month. The top 10 ranked individual poets will vie for the 2nd annual #LTABMA2017 title during a special two round slam competition!

The top 5 scoring poets that night will also qualify to represent Mass LEAP at the annual Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival, taking place this July in San Francisco California!

Competing poets:
Kofi Dadzie (Westborough High School)
Kieu Ly Nguyen (@University Park Campus High School Worcester)
Amythest Torres (Urban Science Academy UrbanEgo Poets)
Agnes Ugoji (826 Boston Writers Room, Roxbury)
Darlie Fils (Academy of the Pacific Rim Charter Public School)
Hailey Tran (FreeVerse! Lowell)
Dubem Okafor (Urban Science Academy UrbanEgo Poets)
Andrine Pierresaint (BOH Books Of Hope Somerville)
Deja Jenkins (Academy of the Pacific Rim Charter Public School
Zuri Wilson (Miss Hall’s School, Pittsfield)

Free & Open the the public. Refreshments.
Youth groups welcome.
No reservation or tickets required.

Donations will be accepted to support the BNV team!

https://www.facebook.com/events/1921940251426052/

Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys, Scarlet Sails, Radiator King @ The Bowery Electric
Apr 29 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys
http://www.armyoftoys.com/

Scarlet Sails (Album Release)
http://www.scarletsailsband.com/

Radiator King (Album Release)

Home

$ 8.00 – $10.00 / Age 21 And Up
Tickets:
http://www.ticketweb.com/fb/7152725/boweryelectric

https://www.facebook.com/events/1672507606375382/

Now Denial (15 Year Anniv.) / Weak Teeth / Sneeze at Great Scott @ Great Scott
Apr 29 @ 9:00 pm – Apr 30 @ 1:00 am

RTT Presents: Boston Punk Shows
Now Denial (15 Year Anniversary)
Weak Teeth (last Boston show)
Sneeze
Aneurysm
Fury Injun(rap/spoken word)

Benefiting the TRANS ASSISTANCE PROJECT. https://www.transassistance.org/

9pm doors / 21+ / $10
Tickets on sale now!

https://www.facebook.com/events/230809020725542/

Uhuru Afrika // April 2017 @ Bella Luna Restaurant and Milky Way Lounge
Apr 29 @ 9:00 pm – Apr 30 @ 1:00 am

Blessings Uhuru Afrika Family! We hope you are doing amazing. Uhuru Afrika returns for another explosive dancefloor journey with resident DJ Adam Gibbons and Master percussionist Sidy Maiga! This month cover is just $10 all night long! Get ready for a journey that will include an eclectic mix of Afrohouse / Afrotech / Afrobeat / Afrosoul / Kuduro / Afrobeats / Latin vibes and of course, Much Love! PLEASE Share this event with your loved ones and people you think would enjoy! We specifically do not mass market this event to ensure a quality gathering. THANK YOU!

Soundscapes by :
Adam Gibbons (Uncover Music / Uhuru Afrika : Boston / NYC)
Sidy Maiga (Uhuru Afrika, Afrimanding : Bamako, Mali)
Visuals by Jay Medina
Hosted by Goddess Raven Winter
Alex Wright greeting you at the door.

We are blessed for the opportunity to gather once again to reconvene and re-affirm our commitment to one another and to the groove. To honor the spiritual and energetic magic that happens when like-minded individuals that are typically disenfranchised by the mainstay nightlife venues are given their deserved space to come together… to commune, to create community and celebrate life, love, music and one another. All are welcome!

www.uhuruafrika.com
www.milkywayjp.com
https://www.facebook.com/uhuruafrika
https://www.facebook.com/djadamgibbons
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sidy-Maiga-Fanpage

SATURDAY April 29th : 9pm-1am
Uhuru Afrika at Milky Way
284 Amory Street in Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
21+ : $10 ALL NIGHT LONG

Love & Thanks to our support/partners:
FUSICOLOGY | SALMAGUNDI for ladies and gents… | Hempest Boston | Bella Luna Restaurant and Milky Way Lounge

https://www.facebook.com/events/411614365870232/

The Bottom Dollars / No Ice / The Four Point Restraints @ The Plough and Stars
Apr 29 @ 10:00 pm – Apr 30 @ 1:00 am

The Bottom Dollars
facebook.com/thebottomdollars

NO ICE
facebook.com/comeonfeelthenoice
noice.bandcamp.com

The Four Point Restraints
facebook.com/thefourpointrestraints
fourpointrestraints.bandcamp.com

10pm / $5 / 21+
ploughandstars.com

https://www.facebook.com/events/1214564258664567/

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New England VegFest 2017 @ DCU Center
Apr 30 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

VEGFEST IS COMING!

New England’s best food festival! Food samples, free admission, over 100 exhibitors, kids’ activities, fun, fun fun fun fun fuuuuun!

• Early admission: Members of VegWorcester/VegFest can skip the line and get early admission. Sign up here: https://newenglandvegfest.com/member/

• If you’d like to apply to be an exhibitor please visit newenglandvegfest.com/exhibit

A HUGE THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS:
Worcester Magazine // Spirit of Change Magazine // The Humane League – Boston // SolarCity // Rescom Exteriors // Vegan Treats // Lightlife // Organic Living Superfoods // Compassion Company // ROOTS Natural Foods. Kitchen + Organic Juice Bar // Three Girls Vegan Creamery // Cedar’s Foods // A Well-Fed World // Wegmans // Massachusetts Loving Hut

https://www.facebook.com/events/765063066992237/

Organizing Brunch for Tito Jackson
Apr 30 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Having a Brunch for people interested in the Tito Jackson mayoral campaign. Organizing people to join me on May 2nd for some grassroots campaigning, as well as future events. Word is Councilor Jackson may be coming to this Brunch 🙂 More details to come..

https://www.facebook.com/events/871346786336813/

Notch Sunday Series 5k/10k: Powered by Brooks! @ Notch Brewing
Apr 30 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Join us for a 5k or 10k run (your choice!) that will start and end at the Notch Tap Room. This isn’t a race, rather, it’s a chance for our lovely Team Notch Runners to get together and do what they do best: Run and Drink Beer. This is a free event and we will provide space in the Tap Room to drop bags and gear while you enjoy the run. We also have free parking! The runs start promptly at 11:30 so show up a bit before that to get ready.

We’re excited to announce that we’re partnering with Brooks Running and New England Running Company to get even more running swag to you guys! T-shirts and even brand new pairs of shoes will go out to some of our lucky runners!

Cheers from your friends at Notch Brewing!

https://www.facebook.com/events/628645157334543/