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The Old Inn On The Green

Dining at The Old Inn on the Green is an extraordinary experience: fine wine, great food & the dining rooms are lit entirely by candlelight & there are fireplaces in each room. In the summer months, dinner is also served outside on the garden terrace under a graceful white canopy, overlooking a large colonial flower and herb garden.
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The Town of New Marlborough Massachusetts was founded in 1759 and is located in southern Berkshire County.

New Marlborough is made up from the five villages of Clayton, Hartsville, Mill River, New Marlborough Village and Southfield that includes a year round population of about 2000.

When visiting New Marlborough be sure to catch the fall foliage and breathtaking sunrises which has been said to be unlike any other!

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Ballet/Tap Combo Class (3 yrs - 4.5 yrs)

During our drop-off only enrichment classes, your little dancer is exposed to music and movement while learning basic fundamentals of a classroom setting. Dancers are led through a series of stretches, games, and exercises with the help of various props and a real ballet barre! They will lengthen their attention span, gain independence, and learn classroom etiquette such as taking turns and standing in line, all while developing gross motor skills, improving coordination, increasing balance, and building confidence and self-esteem. The benefits of dance for your little one are many! No prior dance experience is needed. Appropriate for boys and girls.



When: Feb 12, 2015 7 PM to Feb 12, 2015 10 PMin Charlestown, Massachusetts (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 19 )
Boston Cares Office Support
Sponsored by: Boston Cares
Minimum age: 13
Support Boston Cares by helping complete various tasks to wrap up projects. Volunteers will be creating New Volunteer Orientation packets for new volunteers who attend a Boston Cares orientation to welcome them into our community!This project is reserved for Boston Cares members who have attended a . . .

When: Feb 4, 2015 1 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 04 Feb 2015 13 )
The Single Vineyard - Finding Your Perfect Pairing (30's and 40's)
Get to know yourself and others as you learn about wine in a snob-free zone. The new “Single Vineyard” series at the Boston Wine School will provide a casual, social and educational setting for our students to interact and mingle with other Singles in their age group.  Class size wi[...]

617-784-7150

When: Jan 29, 2015 6 PM in Allston, Massachusetts
Cost: $115 (Thu, 29 Jan 2015 18 )
Maine Beer Co. Launch: MO

SIGN UP HERE: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/maine-beer-co-launch-mo-tickets-14848808185



When: Jan 29, 2015 8 PM to Jan 29, 2015 10 PMin Cambridge, Massachusetts (Thu, 29 Jan 2015 20 )
GTA & TJR @ Prime


Thursday, February 12th at Prime


Boston VIP List Presents


Guest Artists GTA & TJR


Thirty push-ups and a shot of tequila each: that’s all the preparation Julio Mejia and Matt Toth need to throw down a killer set, to turn from laid-back, unassuming 24-year-olds into the scene-stealing DJ and production duo GTA. While their warm-ups are routine, Mejia and Toth’s performances are anything but. GTA sets are musical joyrides with the guys at the wheel, as they speed from trap and hip-hop into booming electro.

TJR has built a formidable catalogue of original tracks and remixes since exploding on the scene in 2008. He’s the consummate DJ’s DJ and its clear that the mixing skills he’s honed over his career have never been more relevant; spinning, rolling and scratching live, TJR is a sight to behold behind the decks, especially in an era of pre-programmed playlists. Known for his three Beatport overall #1’s with ‘Funky Vodka,’ ‘What’s Up Suckaz,’ and ‘Bounce Generation,’ his monstrous hit ‘Ode to Oi’ and the certified Platinum smash, ‘Don’t Stop The Party’ with Pitbull; TJR has become the master of the dancefloor anthem.

Catch these two dynamic artists together for one night only at Boston's most exclusive upscale nightclub, Prime Boston!


Get your tickets: HERE

 

For Tables, VIP, or to Get Listed contact us at:

 


Text or Call: 617-335-5582

BostonVIPList@gmail.com

BostonVIPList.com

Follow us on Twitter: @BostonVIPList

Like us on FaceBook: FaceBook.com/BostonVIPList

On Instagram: @BostonVIPList

 

PRIME | 295 FRANKLIN ST | BOSTON

 

*Want a free ride? We’ve teamed up with Lyft to give you a FREE* ride home!

Just download the Lyft app and use promo code “BostonVIPList”

For $10 off your first ride!*

*Management reserves the right to refuse entry.



When: Feb 12, 2015 10 PM to Feb 13, 2015 2 AMin Boston, Massachusetts (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 22 )
Writing a Great Challenge Proposal: Advice from Former Finalists

Planning to apply for one of the challenges?! Looking for some last minute tips on how to write a winning proposal?! Past Challenge finalists and winners will share their perspective on writing a winning application in this panel Q&A discussion. This workshop is for those who are interested in the President's Challenge or any of the Deans' Challenges.
NOTE: We will have a direct "Longwood to i-lab" bus for this event (one trip). More info will be sent to registrants.



When: Jan 29, 2015 5 PM to Jan 29, 2015 7 PMin Boston, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Thu, 29 Jan 2015 17 )
Usher for Central Square Theater's Saint Joan
Sponsored by: Central Square Theater
Minimum age: 13
For Central Square Theater's Saint Joan ushers arrive an hour before the show, stuff programs, scan tickets, help patrons to their seats, watch the show for free, and help clean up around the seats after the performance.About Saint Joan: Four actors perform all 24 roles in Bedlam’s production of Sai . . .

When: Feb 6, 2015 7 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Fri, 06 Feb 2015 19 )
GTA
Thursday, February 12th at Prime Boston VIP List Presents Guest Artists GTA & TJR Thirty push-ups and a shot of tequila each: that’s all the preparation Julio Mejia and Matt Toth need to throw down a killer set, to turn from laid-back, unassuming 24-year-olds into the scene-stealing DJ and production duo GTA. While their warm-ups are routine, Mejia and Toth’s performances are anything but. GTA sets are musical joyrides with the guys at the wheel, as they speed from trap and hip-hop into booming electro. TJR has built a formidable catalogue of original tracks and remixes since exploding on the scene in 2008. He’s the consummate DJ’s DJ and its clear that the mixing skills he’s honed over his career have never been more relevant; spinning, rolling and scratching live, TJR is a sight to behold behind the decks, especially in an era of pre-programmed playlists. Known for his three Beatport overall #1’s with ‘Funky Vodka,’ ‘What’s Up Suckaz,’ and ‘Bounce Generation,’ his monstrous hit ‘Ode to Oi’ and the certified Platinum smash, ‘Don’t Stop The Party’ with Pitbull; TJR has become the master of the dancefloor anthem. Catch these two dynamic artists together for one night only at Boston's most exclusive upscale nightclub, Prime Boston! Get your tickets: http://www.wantickets.com/Events/173104/GTAxTJR-at-Prime-Boston/?affCode=97d89fac4f7a4783be58&trackingCode=BostonVIP#ticketContent_390746 For Tables, VIP, or to Get Listed contact us at: Text or Call: 617-335-5582 BostonVIPList@gmail.com BostonVIPList.com Follow us on Twitter: @BostonVIPList Like us on FaceBook: FaceBook.com/BostonVIPList On Instagram: @BostonVIPList PRIME | 295 FRANKLIN ST | BOSTON *Management reserves the right to refuse entry.

When: Feb 12, 2015 10 PM to Feb 13, 2015 2 AMin Boston, Massachusetts
Cost: $15+ (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 22 )
Do You Hear What I Hear?-Harrison Birtwistle
Boston Symphony Orchestra; New England Conservatory presents: Program TBA

When: Feb 12, 2015 6 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 18 )
CWE Central MA-Understanding Government, State, and Corporate Certification Options for Your Business

[Recommended for businesses with $50k+ in revenues looking to grow]

 

Interested in landing contracts with state or federal agencies? Interested in being a supplier to large corporations?

Certifying your business is key; but the certification arena can be extremely confusing.

Join us for this workshop and learn:

• What certification is and how it can help you expand your business network and ultimately grow your business through contracts with government agencies and corporations
• Which certification(s) are right for your business
• Whether your business qualifies for certification
• What each certification process entails and how to get started

Certifications represented:

• SBA WOSB/EDWOSB, 8(a), and HUBZone for Opportunities with the Federal Government
• Massachusetts WBE/MBE/DBE (SDO & DOT) for Opportunities with the Commonwealth
• WBENC (Women’s Business Enterprise National Council Certification) for Opportunities with Corporations

Must register to attend. Sorry, no scholarships available for this workshop.

 



When: Feb 12, 2015 8 AM to Feb 12, 2015 10 AMin Worcester, Massachusetts
Cost: 60.00 true Understanding Government, State, and Corporate Certification Options for Your Business 60.00

48.00 true “WBENC-Certified Women-Owned Business [What is WBENC? See www.cweonline.org/certification]” 48.00

(Thu, 12 Feb 2015 08 )
NEC Wind Ensemble, Peltz, Kondakci/Kawamura/Donatoni, Strauss, Sanford, Bach-Colgrass
New England Conservatory presents: Donatoni: Jay for piano, two trumpets, three horns, two trombones; Strauss: Serenade for Winds in E flat major, Op. 7; Sanford: 16 Colours: In memoriam J.K. Randa...

When: Feb 12, 2015 7 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 19 )
Tool Training: Hands-On Metalworking Tools JANUARY

Description:

If you already know what you want to build and how you want to build it, and you just want to learn how to safely use the basic tools you need (or just need a refresher), this Tool Training session is for you! This training session covers metalworking tools that are supplementary to mills, lathes, and welders, including sheet metal tools like the jump shear and the brake, the abrasive cutoff saw, horizontal & vertical band saws, angle grinders, belt sander, drill press, and spot welders.

The first week is basic training; the second week, students will have the opportunity to demonstrate their competency and get signed off on the tools. Students will be authorized to use the tools independently as members at Artisan's Asylum after successful completion of the testing portion. 

Please note that this Tool Training does not provide significant practice with each tool, nor discuss any advanced techniques. To learn how to use metal shop tools at anything other than an introductory level, please take a look at the long-form classes available on out Current Class Offerings page.

Class Goals:

By the end of the tool training session, students will be comfortable with the operation of the jump shear, bending brake, the abrasive cutoff saw, horizontal & vertical band saws, angle grinders, belt sander, drill press, and spot welders.

After passing the proficiency test, they will be able to use all of the tools in this group as a member in our workspace.

Prerequisites:

No previous experience required. Students must be at least 18 years of age.

Materials Provided:

All practice materials will be provided by Artisan's Asylum.

What to Bring/Wear:

Students should wear metal-shop-appropriate clothes - clothing of natural fibers (cotton, leather, or wool), closed-toe shoes, dangly jewelry or straps, and long hair tied back.

Event Time:

Training: Thursday, January 22, 7-10pm

Testing: Thursday, January 29, 7-10pm

Instructors:

Chris Kearney

Fred Manke

 

REFUNDS: We offer full refunds for any class cancellations more than one week in advance of the class start date. After that point refunds are contingent upon the Asylum being able to fill the seat. No refunds whatsoever are offered for same-day cancellations. To request a refund for a class, please fill out this form

CANCELLATIONS: Your class may be cancelled if too few people register. A decision will be made a few days before the class is scheduled to run, and you will be notified of the cancellation and your registration refunded in full.




When: Jan 22, 2015 7 PM to Jan 29, 2015 10 PMin Somerville, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Thu, 22 Jan 2015 19 )
Featuring Abbie Gardner, Cliff Eberhardt, Brooks Williams and Jim Henry

Watch these slide-sters back each other up, trade licks and make each other laugh.

When: Feb 12, 2015 7 PM in Northampton, Massachusetts
Cost: $15.00 (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 19 )
Finding Our Way: An Exploration of Human Navigation

This exhibition at Harvard's Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments explores both the biological underpinnings of human navigation and its technological history, from the sea-faring cultures of the southern Pacific to early European mariners. Compelling mounted specimens from the Museum of Comparative Zoology, also of Harvard University,  help tell the story of the human navigational instinct, deeply rooted in animal biology. Viewing accurate scale models of sailing canoes and nautical stick charts from the Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology, visitors will marvel at how expert navigators, using a relatively simple toolkit, successfully negotiated the complex archipelagos of the southern Pacific. Drawing from the extraordinary Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments, the exhibition traces the evolution of European celestial navigation, from the quadrant and astrolabe to the cross staff, octant, and sextant and showcases an array of variations in navigational instrument design. The exhibition displays diverse navigational methods used by fourteenth- to nineteenth-century mariners—including compasses and various dead-reckoning tools, as well as nautical atlases, maps, piloting books, and astrological texts borrowed from the Harvard Map Collection and the Houghton Library Archives. 

 

The Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments is open Monday - Friday, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm.

 

This exhibition is presented by the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments and Harvard Museums of Science & Culture.



When: Feb 12, 2015 11 AM to Dec 11, 2015 4 PMin Cambridge, Massachusetts (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 11 )
Learn to Knit & Crochet for the Greater Good
Sponsored by: Boston Cares
Minimum age: 14
Learn how to knit and crochet, and you'll be able to utilize your knitting skills to help the greater good! Once you know how to knit & crochet, you'll be able to join other volunteers to knit or crochet hats, scarves, mittens, and other warm items for Caps for Kids who distribute items to babies an . . .

When: Feb 23, 2015 6 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Mon, 23 Feb 2015 18 )
Finding Our Way: An Exploration of Human Navigation

This exhibition at Harvard's Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments explores both the biological underpinnings of human navigation and its technological history, from the sea-faring cultures of the southern Pacific to early European mariners. Compelling mounted specimens from the Museum of Comparative Zoology, also of Harvard University,  help tell the story of the human navigational instinct, deeply rooted in animal biology. Viewing accurate scale models of sailing canoes and nautical stick charts from the Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology, visitors will marvel at how expert navigators, using a relatively simple toolkit, successfully negotiated the complex archipelagos of the southern Pacific. Drawing from the extraordinary Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments, the exhibition traces the evolution of European celestial navigation, from the quadrant and astrolabe to the cross staff, octant, and sextant and showcases an array of variations in navigational instrument design. The exhibition displays diverse navigational methods used by fourteenth- to nineteenth-century mariners—including compasses and various dead-reckoning tools, as well as nautical atlases, maps, piloting books, and astrological texts borrowed from the Harvard Map Collection and the Houghton Library Archives. 

 

The Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments is open Monday - Friday, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm.

 

This exhibition is presented by the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments and Harvard Museums of Science & Culture.



When: Feb 12, 2015 11 AM to Dec 11, 2015 4 PMin Cambridge, Massachusetts (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 11 )
New England B2B Networking Group Event in Billerica, MA

The New England B2B Networking Group will be hosting an exclusive networking event on February 12th in Billerica, MA at DGI Technologies located at 101 Billerica Ave Building 6. The event is from 11:30am to 1pm with a $20.00 admission fee. Because space is limited to 10 people with no overlap of professions, you must register on Eventbrite if you would like to attend. No walk in registration is available.

Each person will receive a few minutes to discuss their business followed by open networking. Pizza will be served.

The New England B2B events focus on the B2B or Commercial market. The types of professions that attend include, but are not limited to: realtors, mortgage officers, attorneys, cpa's, financial planners, payroll companies, commercial lenders, commercial realtors, commercial insurance, coaches, health insurance companies, marketing and IT companies, business coaches, internet service providers, printers, promotional products, recruiters, HR Firms, CFO for hire, mobile phone providers, tradesmen.

If you don't see a ticket for your occupation please email me at Kevin@newenglandb2bnetworking.com

The great thing about these events are the attendees change each month. There are no attendance requirements and you are always meeting new people.

I would like to thank DGI Technologies for hosting this event. Please check out their website at:  http://www.dgitechnologies.com/

To learn more about the New England B2B Networking Group please and to see a list of upcoming events please  visit our website at www.newenglandb2bnetworking.com 



When: Feb 12, 2015 11 AM to Feb 12, 2015 1 PMin Billerica, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 11 )
Taking Better Photos of Your Kids!

The "Growing Together" fundraising campaign is please to offer a 2 hour photo lesson sponsered by Hunt's Photo and Video. Come help support the Franklin ECC as we raise funds to better our playground and learn to take better picures of our kiddos! Please send an email to franklinecc.pto@gmail.com with the type of camera you will be bringing to the event. Thank you!

*$1 of ticket price will be donated back to the Memorial Hall Restoration Fund.



When: Feb 12, 2015 7 PM to Feb 12, 2015 9 PMin Melrose, Massachusetts (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 19 )
Graduate Jazz Composers Recital
Graduate Jazz Writing Majors: Wes Smith, Mara Penatzer, George Kaye, Christian Tremblay, Mike Caudill, Dan Thomas, Jen Allen and Dave Skelly present new ensemble works, including performances by UMass' Jazz Ensemble I.

When: Feb 12, 2015 12 AM to Feb 12, 2015 12 AMin Amherst, Massachusetts
Cost: Free admission (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 00 )
LOLstel: A Free Comedy Show at the Boston Hostel!

You've never laughed this hard in such a hostel environment.

Last Thursdays @ 7:00 p.m. (except during holidays)

HI-Boston Community Room

Ages 18+

Happy New Year! HI-Boston is excited to kick off the New Year by hosting its monthly comedy bonanza.  We invite you to enjoy a hilarious evening of FREE stand-up and witty humor at HI-Boston's Community Room. Every month, the Boston Hostel gathers Boston's best up and coming comedians to come perform to travelers, locals and everyone in between.  These comedians deliver hysterical material, ranging from comical observations to good ol' fashioned self-deprecation.  This month's show will be hosted by Justin P. Drew and his cast of local comedians.  Come early to grab a coffee at our coffee bar, chat with HI-Boston's huge traveler community, and then stick around for our after-show pub crawl to Central Square.  RSVP today and come see for yourself!


Our Comedian Hosts

Justin P. Drew is a Boston-based comedian originally from Maine known for his witty pop culture references, self-deprecating humor and recent documentary about comedy filmed on a train.  

Jere Pilapil started performing standup comedy because there wasn't much else happening in Western Massachusetts. His stories find the absurdism in tragedy and his manic energy have delighted audiences all over New England. Visit him at http://www.jerepcomedy.com  



When: Jan 29, 2015 7 PM to Jan 29, 2015 8 PMin Boston, Massachusetts (Thu, 29 Jan 2015 19 )
The Lance Houston Jazz Quartet
Age Limit: All Ages

The Lance Houston Jazz Quartet



When: Mar 13, 2015 9 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 13 Mar 2015 21 )
The Lance Houston Jazz Quartet
Age Limit: All Ages

The Lance Houston Jazz Quartet



When: Mar 6, 2015 9 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 06 Mar 2015 21 )
Press Ready Class

Easthampton City Arts+ hosts a Press Ready 101 workshop with media readiness consultant Sarah Platanitis on February 12, 2015. This event will be at Flywheel, located at 43 Main Street, Easthampton, MA.

What: Press Ready Workshop 101

Where: Flywheel, 43 Main Street, Easthampton, MA 01027

Who: Hosted by Easthampton City Arts+ with teacher Sarah Platanitis

When: February 12, 6:30 – 8:00 PM

Fee: The workshop is free for ECA+ Members, ECA+ 2015 grant recipients, and ECA+ program recipients such as MAP or gallery exhibitors. The workshop is $15 for all others. Registration is requested.

Participants will learn the secrets to writing the perfect press release, preparing press and media kits plus get tips on how to ace the interview process and work with journalists.  This workshop can be motivating for beginners and energizing for those at intermediate or advanced levels.

Sarah Platanitis has experience working for regional and national media outlets with a focus on lifestyle and business. An award-winning educator and journalist, she often teaches media readiness workshops. Learn more about Sarah at sarahplatanitis.com.

Registration for the class may be accessed at EasthamptonCityArts.com. The workshop is provided in-part by ECA+ and the ECA+ Grants Subcommittee.



When: Feb 12, 2015 6 PM to Feb 12, 2015 8 PMin Easthampton, Massachusetts (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 18 )
Romantic Date Night Dinner for Two

On the menu: Three Cheese Crostini with Honey; Baby Beet & Citrus Salad; Seared Steaks with Pink Peppercorn Butter; Individual Chocolate Hazelnut Mug Cakes

There’s nothing like sharing a comforting meal with the one you love and cooking together is a fun, delicious and cost-effective way to enjoy a special evening! This Valentine’s Day, why not make dinner at home? We’ll show you how to prepare a decadent menu for two, complete with wine pairings.



When: Feb 12, 2015 6 PM to Feb 12, 2015 7 PMin Dedham, Massachusetts
Cost: 30.00 true Individual Ticket 30.00

55.00 true Couple's Ticket 55.00

(Thu, 12 Feb 2015 18 )
CWE Eastern MA - Rock Your Resume!

Rock Your Resume!

Your resume is the first impression you make on a potential employer. Knowing how to create a resume that showcases your skills and presents you in the best light is a valuable skill that anyone in transition should have.

 In this workshop, you will:

• Understand what constitutes a winning resume
• Gain strategies to ensure your resume stands out by highlighting your unique strengths
• Learn from seasoned recruiters who know what it takes to get noticed for your next job

When:

Thursday, January 29

10:00am – 12:00pm

CWE-Eastern MA Office (24 School St.-7th FL, Boston)

Fee:

$10

 

Must register to attend. Partial scholarship may be available to those who qualify.



When: Jan 29, 2015 10 AM to Jan 29, 2015 12 PMin Worcester, Massachusetts
Cost: 10.00 true Rock Your Resume! 10.00

(Thu, 29 Jan 2015 10 )
The Lance Houston Jazz Quartet
Age Limit: All Ages

The Lance Houston Jazz Quartet



When: Mar 15, 2015 12 PM in Boston, Massachusetts
Cost: no cover (Sun, 15 Mar 2015 12 )
The Lance Houston Jazz Quartet
Age Limit: All Ages

The Lance Houston Jazz Quartet



When: Feb 1, 2015 12 PM in Boston, Massachusetts
Cost: no cover (Sun, 01 Feb 2015 12 )
The Van Burens
Age Limit: 21+

The Van Burens



When: Jan 31, 2015 9 PM in Quincy, Massachusetts (Sat, 31 Jan 2015 21 )
Conscious Reggae


2015-01-29T21-05:00
2015-01-29T21-05:00

Where:
Lucky's Lounge


Cost:
Free



Conscious Reggae  9pm





When: Jan 29, 2015 9 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Thu, 29 Jan 2015 21 )
Feb. 12: New Rules for Women

Session Description

The latest research by Dr. Anne Litwin, which forms the basis of her new book, New Rules for Women: Revolutionizing the Way Women Work Together, shows that many women struggle in their workplace relationships with other women. Dr. Litwin reveals startling paradoxes and offers powerful solutions and tools that result in better relationships and communication. "When women can better understand themselves and their female colleagues, work relationships become stronger and productivity and job satisfaction increase.", says Litwin.

Anne’s lifelong interest in the unique dynamics among women in wide range of work environments and cultures is at the forefront of her research. She unlocks myths about women's work relationships and provides practical steps for change. 

Presenter bio

Dr. Anne Litwin has worked for more than 30 years in the areas of executive coaching, leadership development, change management, teaming across global cultures, and cultural competency. Her clients have included: Siemens; Pfizer Pharmaceuticals; Parsons; Accenture; Hewlett Packard; Hasbro; Health Care for All; and The Union of Concerned Scientists. She has worked in a wide variety of organizations in the U.S.A., Europe, India, Africa, Canada, Mexico, People's Republic of China, Burma, Singapore and Malaysia. She is a member of the NTL Institute and past Chair of the NTL Board. She serves on the editorial board of the OD Practitioner, and is co-editor of the book, Managing in the Age of Change, along with numerous journal articles.




When: Feb 12, 2015 7 PM to Feb 12, 2015 9 PMin Auburndale, Massachusetts (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 19 )
Oh Snap! 90's Night Dance Party with DJ Reel Drama
21 years and over

When: Jan 29, 2015 10 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $5.00 (Thu, 29 Jan 2015 22 )
B2Bee // Honey for your Honey!

Join us for our next B2Bee at Follow The Honey!

To make things even more savory, Salt & Olive will be present to sample their delicious products!

Enjoy a concierge guided honey tasting with Caneen Canning, our Creative Director and in-hive liquid gold “sommelier”. Caneen is a member of the American Tasting Society and protege of its founder, Marchina E. Marchese, author of “The Honey Connoisseur. Enjoy a winter reprieve by way of the palette through which you’ll visit monoflorals cultivated by tropical blooms of Oaxaca, to earthy Spanish Chestnut to Autumn wildflowers of Massachusetts.

As family beekeepers themselves, Follow The Honey hive minders, will surely ignite your appetite for talking all things local, sustainable and apis melliferous. Join the buzz!

Tickets:
$15.00 for SBN Members
$20.00 for Non-Members



When: Feb 12, 2015 6 PM to Feb 12, 2015 8 PMin Cambridge, Massachusetts (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 18 )
MetroWest: Sort Books with Youth at More Than Words
Sponsored by: More Than Words
Minimum age: 18
Volunteers will work alongside the youth (ages 16-20) to sort through donations of books and do section management at the bookstore, as well as prescan at the nearby warehouse. The books are posted online for sale across the world at the warehouse and available for purchase in the cozy, youth run bo . . .

When: Mar 8, 2015 1 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Sun, 08 Mar 2015 13 )
Timmy Brown and Black Diamond


When: Feb 12, 2015 9 PM in Foxboro, Massachusetts (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 21 )
AMA Boston Winter Volunteer Recruitment Event

Play a bigger role in the AMA Boston community. AMA Boston has immediate volunteer openings on all of its committees.

Join Us on January 29th 2015 at 6:00 pm at our Volunteer Open House to connect your passion for marketing with exciting volunteer opportunities. Learn more about becoming a Membership, Social Media, Sponsorship & Programming volunteer.

Communications - Copywriters, Newsletter Manager, Email Manager, Graphic Designer
Membership/Volunteers – Membership Recruitment Manager, Membership Engagement Manager, New Member Coordinator
Programming – VP of Content Strategy, Project Manager, Event Logistics Coordinators, Speaker Coordinators
Sponsorship-Sponsor Liasion
Social Media – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Linked In and Google+ community Managers
Volunteers - VP of Volunteers, New Volunteer Coordinators


Why Volunteer?
There are a number of benefits to take advantage of as an AMA Boston volunteer:
Broaden your marketing network
Build upon your roster of accomplishments
Expand your resume
Receive discounts to AMA events
Make friends
Have fun!

Meet with current volunteers and members of the AMA Boston Board as they provide details of available positions, answer your questions, and share valuable insights about the value of being a volunteer.

Please note that in order to be a volunteer, it is required that you hold an active AMA membership.

 

Event Details

Date:        Thursday, January 29, 2015
Time:       Please Arrive By 6:00 for Registration! 

6:00 – 6:45pm:  Registration & Networking

6:45 – 7:00pm:  AMA Boston Welcome

7:00 – 8:00pm: Committee Round Table Information & Interview Rotation

 

Location:  LIR
                903 Boylston Street 
                Boston, MA 02115 
                (Limited on-street metered parking, MBTA accessible via the Hynes Convention Center Green Line) 



When: Jan 29, 2015 6 PM to Jan 29, 2015 8 PMin Boston, Massachusetts (Thu, 29 Jan 2015 18 )
Overcast, Panzerbastard, Cheech, Red Equals Meltdown
When: Jan 29, 2015 8 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit website for price range. (Thu, 29 Jan 2015 20 )
Patti Austin
When: Mar 20, 2015 10 PM in Allston, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit website for price range. (Fri, 20 Mar 2015 22 )
Patti Austin
When: Mar 21, 2015 8 PM in Allston, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit website for price range. (Sat, 21 Mar 2015 20 )
Battle Of The Colleges Party Tour: Who Runs #BOS? FT. @DJGURDY27
When: Feb 12, 2015 9 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $15.00 (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 21 )
No Backing Down: The Story of the 1994 Salem High School Football Team
No Backing Down: The Story of the 1994 Salem High School Football Team
Author Signing
Sports,Local Interest
Feb 06, 2015 6:30 PM

Barnes & Noble Booksellers
Walpole Mall
Walpole Mall
82 Providence Highway
Walpole
MA
02032
508-668-1303

When: Feb 6, 2015 6 PM in East Walpole, Massachusetts (Fri, 06 Feb 2015 18 )
Patti Austin
When: Mar 20, 2015 8 PM in Allston, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit website for price range. (Fri, 20 Mar 2015 20 )
Patti Austin
When: Mar 21, 2015 10 PM in Allston, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit website for price range. (Sat, 21 Mar 2015 22 )
The Red Paintings featuring Transdusk, zeroNegative
When: Feb 9, 2015 9 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $10.00 (Mon, 09 Feb 2015 21 )
Magma: 45th Anniversary Tour
When: Apr 11, 2015 6 PM in Allston, Massachusetts
Cost: 25.00 - 25.00 (Sat, 11 Apr 2015 18 )
Genevieve with Jesse Thomas, Anastasia Markov
When: Feb 7, 2015 5 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $10.00 (Sat, 07 Feb 2015 17 )
Cris Williamson at the me and thee in Marblehead! (Birdsong at Morning opens!)
Decades before indie labels were the norm, and years before women had any real access to the industry, Cris Williamson was busy changing the face of popular music. In 1975, the twenty-something former schoolteacher recorded The Changer And The Changed, for her brainchild, Olivia Records. the first woman-owned woman-focused record company. Her music and voice quickly became the soundtrack of a movement, and was the cornerstone of what would become known as "women's music," music created, performed, and marketed specifically to women. Today, that recording, The Changer and the Changed, remains one of the best-selling independent releases of all time. For Cris, the music became the vehicle for something larger. Her lyrics appear on a regular basis in books and thesis papers. Her albums are part of the curriculum for women's studies courses, and thousands of people who may not even know her name join their voices in "Song of the Soul" around campfires and places of worship. She is embraced by women. She is sampled in hip-hop Her music is used by midwives welcoming life into the world, while hospice choirs sing her songs in tender sacred escort. "She is often considered a treasure, passed hand-to-hand, person-to-person," says the Boston Phoenix, "Williamson is an heroic character whose tireless activism continues." Says Bonnie Raitt, "The first time I heard Cris' music, it was like hearing honey dripped on a cello... Cris has been a whole lot of women's heroes -- including mine." Today, with 30+ full albums to her credit, Cris continues to tour the acoustic circuit adding new material at each juncture. Her performance career includes three sold-out shows at Carnegie Hall and the headlining of many of the great folk festivals, including Newport, Kerrville, Moab and Vancouver. The songs and the celebration continue with the release of her 31st, her 2-CD set, Pray Tell: Songs of the Soul: 24 original songs released in June 2013. Opening: Birdsong at Morning The music of Birdsong At Morning, with its themes of self-discovery and reinvention, is initiated by Alan Williams, a man with a few reinventions of his own. Alan grew up in Asheville, North Carolina, after an early childhood spent in various locations from Ohio to the east coast. At three, prompted by a viewing of The Sound of Music, the precocious musician stunned his parents by reaching over his head to tap out the melody to "Do-Re-Mi" on the piano. A teacher was quickly recruited to instruct the budding Mozart, but Legos held much more interest and the lessons were soon abandoned. Alan's love of music can be traced to a game his father used to play with him as a toddler: records were pulled from their sleeves and shuffled, then reconnected, proper disc to jacket. Records remained (and remain) a source of endless fascination, whether a portable player loaded with a disc of Winnie the Pooh, a babysitter's misplaced 45 of "I Am The Walrus," or the several hundred LPs he had acquired before graduating high school. We won't even mention what happened when he discovered used record stores. A visit by a traveling salesman hocking World Book Encyclopedia-like sets of piano music reignited his musical impulse, and at six, Alan began a formal study of the instrument. Though classical piano was interesting, it wasn't as much fun as trying to pick out "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds" or "Lady Madonna." A chance viewing of Keith Jarrett on Saturday Night Live led Alan to pursue other musical forms on the instrument. If someone could make things up on live television, couldn't someone attempt the same in the family room? Thus suitably distracted, Alan made lots of different music in lots of different contexts during his teenage years (much to the consternation of his piano teacher). He played electric piano versions of "The Orange Blossom Special" in a bluegrass band, and discovered the joys of the modulation wheel playing "Just What I Needed" in a professional bar band. His own musical creativity was encouraged by a summer school friend who suggested that perhaps they were the next Lennon and McCartney and ought to form a band. The fact that this friend lived on the other side of the state, and that they had never written any songs was conveniently overlooked. As fate would have it, this friend (now the Chancellor of the University of North Carolina, but that's a different bio) knew an excellent musician who played bass and violin, and this can't be stressed enough had all the right new wave and punk records that Alan had read about but never heard. In the fall of 2006, Alan joined the full time faculty at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, where he serves as Coordinator of Music Business and lectures on non-European music, American music, rock, and other technologically mediated music. Concurrently, he is the prime instigator of the machinations behind Birdsong At Morning, putting his research into practice and bringing his real world experience into the classroom. He has been known to ride a bicycle for hundreds of miles in a handful of days as part of Ride Far, an HIV/AIDS fundraising endeavor, loves swimming in the ocean, Reese's peanut butter cups, sudoku, and the Criterion film collection. He is the requisite Beatlemaniac of the group.



When: Mar 13, 2015 8 PM to Mar 13, 2015 10 PMin Marblehead, Massachusetts
Cost: 10 - 22 USD (Fri, 13 Mar 2015 20 )
Sir Neville Marriner & Paul Lewis: Mozart and Schumann
When: Jul 19, 2015 2 PM in Lenox, Massachusetts (Sun, 19 Jul 2015 14 )
Ask a VC Boston Presented by DLA Piper: 15+ Investors + 2 Panels + Lightning Round + Venture Fair = WOW!

We're bringing this awesome event to Boston for the first time! Get a chance to meet with 15+ investors, engage with investors on two panels on VC and investing, 2 Lightning Rounds, and a Venture Fair where you get a chance for some 1:1 with the investors there.

We'll have over fifteen awesome Venture Capital (VC) and Angel Investors there answering your questions on what is VC, the process for getting VC, what investors look for, and more. Plus a chance to tell your story and meet with some of the investors 1:1.

Participating investors:

 Bain Capital Ventures



When: Apr 10, 2015 8 AM to Apr 10, 2015 11 AMin Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 10 Apr 2015 08 )
FREE First Time Home Buyers Seminar - Jamaica Plain
You are invited to attend a FREE First Time Home Buyer Seminar with Unlimited Sotheby's International Realty. For over 10 years, Unlimited Sotheby's International Realty has grown into one of the most recognized educators for First Time Home Buyers in the Greater Boston area. Attend one of these FREE seminars and be guided through the pre-approval process, current market conditions, major steps in the buying process, how to protect your deposits and more! You will meet and learn the roles of: * Real Estate Attorneys * Home Inspectors * Mortgage Lenders * Sales/Buyers Agent/Realtor® Please join us for our next session: JP: Saturday, February 7th, 10am-12pm Registration: Please visit www.FTHB.com or feel free to call either of our offices. Brookline: 617.264.7900 Jamaica Plain: 617.522.2200 For those who are not able to attend, we offer these seminars every month, check back often to see the next available dates, or connect with us socially for updates! For more information about the seminars and the services we provide please visit. fthb.com or unlimitedsir.com

When: Feb 7, 2015 10 AM to Feb 7, 2015 12 PMin Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts (Sat, 07 Feb 2015 10 )
The Cleveland Orchestra
When: Jul 2, 2015 8 PM in Lenox, Massachusetts (Thu, 02 Jul 2015 20 )

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