Cambridge, MA Community Events

02.10.19 - 02.16.19

What are you longing for in your life? This free free mini workshop will allow you to experience emotional openness and heart-felt connections to find more possibilities for what love can be in your life. In a safe, supportive, and casual environment, you’ll discover the ingredients for increasing happy, healthy, loving and intimate relationships.Our introductory workshops give you the opportunity to experience the work and philosophies of The Human Awareness Institute (HAI) before committing to the full journey. Experience emotional openness and heartfelt connections, and find more possibilities for what love can be in your life. In a safe, supportive, and casual environment, you’ll discover many ingredients for happy, healthy, and loving relationships.This mini-workshop give you the opportunity to see for yourself how magnificent your life and relationships can be. You will be guided through a gentle series of exercises designed to open your heart and allow you to be more connected with others. In just a couple of hours you’ll discover how we’ve helped tens of thousands of participants enhance the quality of their lives.ABOUT THE HUMAN AWARENESS INSTITUTEOur deeply personal workshops focus on:- Love, intimacy and sexuality- Relationships, communication and being happy- Improving body image to improve your relationships with yourself and others- Making the right relationship choices for you- Finding love, being honest and creating emotional intimacyWe are passionate about...
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Feb 10, 2019 @ 3:00 PM Feb 10, 2019 @ 5:30 PM
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Feb 10, 2019
Cambridge, MA
An afternoon of women & comedy at Ole Mexican Grill! Come to watch or get up on-stage and try out a set in a fun supportive room. We welcome everyone as an audience member but reserve performance spots only for those who identify as female. Come before the show and have a delicious brunch at Ole (Make a reservation!) FAQs _____  Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? No, it is a restaurant and the server or bartender will card anyone ordering an alcoholic beverage.   What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Parking is on street, there is a lot next to the restaurant. There are no public parking fees on Sunday and you are allowed to park in Permit Only spots as well.   How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Sarah standupcomedygirl@gmail.com  
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Feb 10, 2019 @ 3:00 PM Feb 10, 2019 @ 5:00 PM
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Feb 10, 2019
Cambridge, MA
Please join us for a charity spin class at the Handle Bar in Harvard Square to help us raise funds for ALS research! All of the funds raised will go directly to the Angel Fund, a non-profit charity that donates 100% of funds raised to support the work of Dr. Robert Brown and his team atthe Day Laboratory at UMass Medical School seeking the cause and cure of familial ALS. This is a very meaningful cause to both Russ and myself as the disease has deeply impacted his family and we are well aware of its awful effects. We will both be running the Boston Marathon this year in support of the Angel Fund and funds raised form this event will be put towards our fundraising goal. Cycling shoes and a towel are provided to all the riders. We recommend you bring a great attitude and a water bottle to class (water can be purchased at the studio). Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes early to get set up.  How it Works: Sign up via this event page -- 100% of the cost of the class ($35) will go directly to the Angel Fund.. you get a great workout at the studio, plus you donate to charity! Win/Win You do NOT need to sign up via the Handle Bar website - signing up via this event will reserve your bike for the class. Show up at the Handle Bar on Sunday February 10th at 2:15 pm.  If you cannot make the event but would like to donate to our Boston Marathon campaign please go here:  https://runsignup.com/maggiebecker Details: When: Sunday, February 10th at 2:30 pm  Where: The Handle Bar in H...
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Feb 10, 2019 @ 3:30 PM Feb 10, 2019 @ 4:30 PM
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I just hooked you up...     Russell Brunson just launched his new book called:     "Expert Secrets: The Underground Playbook for Creating a Mass Movement of People Who Will Pay for Your Advice..."     And I got you a FREE copy (you've just got to cover shipping).     Thanks, Ehch     P.S. In case you're on of those people (like me) who just skip to the end of the letter, here's the deal:     Russell is mailing you a physical copy of his new book. The book is free, and all you pay is the shipping costs.     There's no catch... no gimmicks... You will NOT be signing up for any "trial" to some monthly program or anything like that.    
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Feb 10, 2019 @ 8:00 PM Feb 10, 2019 @ 8:30 PM
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Sex Symbol Matthew Edward Hall hits the stage at 7pm, followed by Palaye at 8:30PM this friday at the Lilypad!
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Feb 10, 2019 @ 8:00 PM Feb 10, 2019 @ 11:00 PM
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To accommodate your schedule, this web class is viewable any day of the week. You can not miss it. Right now, there are 3 big problems many people are facing... 1) They're stuck in a job, career or business that they don't love because they're forced to pay the bills. 2) They are unsure or can't figure out what their true PASSION or PURPOSE really is. 3) They've found their true passion/purpose, but can't seem to make any decent money with it. If you can relate to any of these 3 problems, then T. Harv Eker's web class is going to be one of the best trainings you attend all year. Go reserve your seat and register for this BRAND NEW training. On This T. Harv Eker "Passion, Purpose, And Profits" Web Class, You'll Discover... - The #1 problem most people have when choosing a business or career that leaves them with no passion, no meaning and a lot of frustration- How to effortlessly stop living in your ego-centered self and start living in your higher, more conscious, and enlightened self- 3 critical guidelines you MUST follow if you want to turn your passion and purpose into profits- Why looking for the hottest new businesses and upcoming trends is most likely hurting you vs. helping you succeed- A simple strategy to find a business or career that you will not only succeed with financially, but will also make you truly happy and fulfilled- A major mistake people make when trying to find their passion and why passion may be the most misunderstood word in the English dictionar...
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Feb 10, 2019 @ 8:00 PM Feb 16, 2019 @ 9:30 PM
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A PRETTY FACE NEVER HIDES HOW YOU ARE ON THE INSIDE PHYSICAL BEAUTY WILL HELP YOU GET NOWHERE GOOD - ALWAYS FADING STRIVE TO BE MORE THAN PRETTY BEAUTY WITHOUT PERSONALITY IS A TERRIBLE WASTE - Archetype Report - How better to spend your time than to develop yourself? If anger is an emotion you go to, or if you don't' know how to cope with your world, This information will give you options like nobody's business. The world could help you express your archetype; personal development is always king. If you've ever been curious about who you truly are, then this is something that you NEED to see... To me, it felt a little bit surreal - almost too accurate to be true, even. But as I delved deeper into my archetype, I just couldn't help but think how true everything was. In just a matter of minutes, my heart was captivated. I've honestly never been clearer about my direction, my truest desires, and my personal tendencies! If you've ever felt uncertain about the things that you've done, or the path that you're on, or the thoughts that you have... ..Then this is something that is really going to help. All you have to do is enter your information and your archetype reading will begin pretty much instantly! Pretty cool, huh? P.S. Your archetype isn't the end all and be all of who you are... But. It definitely speak volumes about the true you! Which Archetype Are You? Drawing from brilliant insights of the late Dr. Carl Jung, combined with new discoveries, our research reveals...
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Feb 10, 2019 @ 8:00 PM Feb 16, 2019 @ 8:30 PM
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Café des Sciences #96 Innovation et design produit – Comment fabriquer les objets de demain Christophe Guberan est un designer industriel suisse diplômé de l’École Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne ECAL en Suisse. Son travail présente une approche unique basée sur l’observation, l’expérimentation, l’utilisation de nouvelles technologies et un sens rigoureux de l’esthétique. Sa carrière débute avec un apprentissage en architecture qui le conduit à s’intéresser aux produits au-delà même de leurs aspects et fonctions techniques principales. Christophe commence à repenser les processus de production, jouant avec les matériaux et les textures en employant les technologies existantes pour développer des projets innovants. Tout au long de son parcours, Christophe collabore avec diverses organisations telles que Nestlé, Alessi, USM, Steelecase et Google. Il a l’opportunité de présenter son travail dans de nombreuses foires et expositions de renommée internationale, comme le Centre Pompidou à Paris, Art Basel Miami Design ou encore la foire du design de Milan. Son projet d’étude, Hydro-Fold, revisite l’univers de l’impression sur papier en remplaçant l’encre par de l’eau. Il reçoit l’acclamation du monde académique et attire l’attention du public, propulsant Christophe sur le devant de la scène (cf Café des Sciences #61: Hydro-Fold: une autre imprimante 3D, lien). C’est ainsi qu’en 2014, il déménage à Boston et initie une collaboration avec le Self-Assembly Lab du Massachusetts Institute...
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Feb 12, 2019 @ 7:00 PM Feb 12, 2019 @ 9:00 PM
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Join Amelia & Natasha of We're Into It for a Valentine's Day themed workshop to learn the basics of hand lettering with brush pens. Hosted at the design and letterpress shop Albertine Press, come join us for a fun night in this creative space. We'll provide plenty of materials and guidance to create Valentine's Day cards for your loved ones! If you've ever wanted to try your hand at brush lettering, what better way than in a relaxed, small group setting with a glass of wine in hand? (Yes, there will be plenty of complimentary wine!)  We're Into It specializes in brush pen lettering in a calligraphic style. Come learn how to add hand lettered details to your snail mail, stationery, home decor, DIY gifts, wedding materials, and more! Brush lettering is more approachable to learn than traditional dip ink calligraphy, and you'll be able to hit the ground running using the pens and workbook we provide.  Over the course of the two hour class, you can expect the following: Learn basic hand lettering lingo Introduction to brush strokes and movements Group demonstrations, 1:1 personalized instruction, and practice time Guidance in creating custom pieces of your choice Fun with new friends! All materials are included in registration, including a take-home kit of all the brush lettering materials you need to get started – brush lettering workbook, a set of brush lettering pens, materials to create a custom valentine's, and a personalized gift from We're Into It. Everything is yours...
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Feb 12, 2019 @ 7:00 PM Feb 12, 2019 @ 9:00 PM
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This event is exclusively for UX Designers.  This is your chance to connect with other UX Designers to help one another build better products and experiences. So, if you're a UX Designer and want to help other UX Designers or need some help yourself, then this event is for you. RSVP today!I'm running this event online, over Meetaway, so we can bring UX Designers together from around the country.  We'll break attendees out for a handful of 1:1 conversations over webcam. After each conversation, you'll automatically rotate to the next one. You just log in to the event and Meetaway will handle the rest.Additionally, you'll want to join the event on a laptop or desktop with Chrome or Firefox. Meetaway does not support mobile devices because having everyone on a laptop or desktop results in a better overall experience for everyone.If you want to connect with other UX Designers, RSVP today! 
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Feb 12, 2019 @ 10:00 PM Feb 12, 2019 @ 11:00 PM
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Feb 13, 2019
Cambridge, MA
This orientation is required for all who are interested in volunteering at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (CRLS), the city's one comprehensive public high school. Thanks for signing up! Orientation begins with an information session, where our director of high school programs will let you know about Cambrige School Volunteers (a partner of the public school district), the CRLS student and teacher community, our expectations of volunteers, and how CSV supports you, the volunteer. During this part of orientation, you'll be able to get answers to any questions you may have. The information session is followed by a brief one-to-one discussion between you and our director of high school programs and her staff about which program will be the best fit for you. You'll also complete registration forms and review them with the director. After this one-to-one discussion, you are welcome to leave. We will follow up with next steps and potential start dates based on your schedule and program needs.      FAQs What is the time commitment? Volunteers give one or two hours per week, for at least one semester. Many volunteers choose to work more hours. When are volunteers needed? All opportunities occur before, during or after the school day (between 7:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, during the school year). There are no evening or weekend volunteer opportunities. What if I don't know for sure whether I want to work with high school or younger students? If you aren't sure, you ...
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Feb 13, 2019 @ 1:30 PM Feb 13, 2019 @ 3:00 PM
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Basel Night - From the Rhine City to Europe’s Innovation Hub How does a Swiss city become a world-leading environment for innovation and entrepreneurship? Join us as Christian Schneider, Head of Innovation at University of Basel, speaks about the ongoing transformation of the “Rhine City” into a thriving innovation hub - and the many challenges along the way. His keynote will be followed by a Q&A session and a networking reception. A Tale of Two Cities Home to the oldest universities in their respective countries and thriving life sciences scenes,  both Boston and Basel are two hot contestants in the global competition for talent. Now, the University of Basel decided to also go all in when it comes to translating bright ideas into actionable startups. With the newly established Innovation & Entrepreneurship division, headed by Christian Schneider, the school is working towards a regional and global innovation network to support a thriving startup culture in Basel. Hear Christian Schneider detail Basel’s story of innovation and their effort to actively promote the translation of scientific discoveries into innovative applications and spin-off companies. The process was inspired by the University of Basel’s 2016 delegation study tour to Boston. Program 6:00 pm Doors open 6:30 pm Welcoming remarks | swissnex Boston 6:35 pm Introduction | Matthias Geering, Head of Communication & Marketing ,UniBas 6:45 pm Keynote | Christian Schneider, Head of Innovation, UniBas 7:15 pm Q&...
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Feb 13, 2019 @ 7:00 PM Feb 13, 2019 @ 10:00 PM
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Help us launch this year’s theme HOW DOES CAMBRIDGE ENGAGE? "The Ground We Walk: Unearthing the Stories That Must Be Told" What does this story of everyday people in Cambridge and Boston, who took collective action to stop top-down highway projects, and envision a different future for themselves have to teach us today? What collective memory of this time lives on, and where does it live? Speaker - Dr. Karilyn Crockett, MIT Lecturer, Public Policy & Urban Planning​ Dr. Karilyn Crockett’s research focuses on large-scale land use changes in twentieth century American cities and examines the social and geographic implications of structural poverty. Karilyn’s new book "People before Highways: Boston Activists, Urban Planners, and a New Movement for City Making" (UMASS Press 2018) investigates a 1960s era grassroots movement to halt urban extension of the U.S. interstate highway system and the geographic and political changes in Boston that resulted. Karilyn was the co-founder of Multicultural Youth Tour of What's Now (MYTOWN), an award winning, Boston-based, educational non-profit organization. MYTOWN hired public high school students to research their local and family histories to produce youth-led walking tours for sale to public audiences. During its nearly 15 years of operation, MYTOWN created jobs for more than 300 low and moderate-income teenagers, who in turn led public walking tours for more than 14,000 visitors and residents. In a White House ceremony, the ...
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Feb 13, 2019 @ 7:00 PM Feb 13, 2019 @ 9:00 PM
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Feb 13, 2019
Cambridge, MA
A Russian couple, Boris (Alexey Rozin) and Zhenya (Maryana Spivak), aren't interested in how their divorce is affecting their son Alyosha (Matvey Novikov). Both are completely involved in their own lives and their explosive arguments, until the day that their son goes missing and they are forced to work together to find him. (Allmovie.com) Directed by Andrei Zvyagintsev, 2017.
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Feb 13, 2019 @ 8:00 PM Feb 13, 2019 @ 11:00 PM
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How To Volunteer Thank you for your interest in volunteering!  FAQ's How do I sign up? Choose a date to come in for an orientation in the drop-down menu above.  Or you can always just call us to register: 617-349-6794. What is the time commitment? Volunteers give one or two hours per week, for at least one semester. Many volunteers choose to work more hours. When are volunteers needed? All opportunities occur before, during or after the school day (between 7:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, during the school year). Who are the students? Our public schools have a very diverse student body. Students served by CSV have requested help or have been referred by their teacher. Can I help if I’ve never worked in a school? Yes! You do not have to have prior experience as a tutor or teacher. We will work to match your talents with a need in the schools. What about training? Training begins as soon as you attend one of the informational orientation sessions. Ongoing support continues via training events throughout the year. Some special projects have monthly trainings as well. When are the orientations? To see a listing of upcoming orientations, click on the registration button above.  Where do the CSV orientations take place? This orientation will take place in the Teachers' Resource Center (third floor), at Cambridge Rindge & Latin School (CRLS). Check in at the security desk and indicate you're going to the TRC for volunteer orientation. (Our administrative off...
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Feb 14, 2019 @ 2:00 PM Feb 14, 2019 @ 3:30 PM
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Feb 14, 2019
Cambridge, MA
Thumb cramp from all the swiping? Really over the gym selfies? Done with trying to find out who is who in those stupid group pictures? Still trying to figure out why height is so important?  Same here. So this Valentine’s day, we’re throwing an anti-app party in our back taproom. Check your phone at the door, then come hang out, drink delicious beer, and play some group games, IRL.  One ticket covers entry and your first beer. All are welcome! Doors will open at 6:00 pm, must be 21+ to attend. Questions? Email us at info@lamplighterbrewing.com.
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Feb 14, 2019 @ 7:00 PM Feb 15, 2019 @ 12:00 AM
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Evacuated!                        and                      Balls of Yarns by Erika Kate MacDonald                     and                                      by Paul Strickland Evacuated! ★★★★ 1/2 “BEAUTIFUL… the sights, smells, sounds and most importantly feelings of Indonesia wash over you from the first instant” - Winnipeg Free Press What is Evacuated!? Mountains, popsicles… political collapse? Internationally acclaimed storyteller and multiple Best-of-Fest winner, Erika Kate MacDonald, tells the true story of her evacuation from Indonesia. Captivating, graceful and surprising! About Erika Kate MacDonald Erika wrote and performed Pack of Others’ flagship show FLUID (2007), named to Curve Magazine's "Top Ten Hottest Plays," as well as Tap Me on the Shoulder (2012), which earned her the Orlando Fringe Critics' Choice Award for "Best Female Performance." Her two prior self-produced solo shows were Voting Rites:  An Exploration of New Hampshire Women’s Attitudes Towards Voting (2004), an interview-based piece, and Go (2003), a set of traveling character studies. She grew up in a small town in New Hampshire and studied Theatre at Yale University.  For seven years she taught yoga professionally in communities all over Brooklyn and built puppets at The Puppet Kitchen in Manhattan's Lower East Side, then she moved to Northampton, Massachusetts, where she played in the Smith College Gamelan Ensemble and was a core member of Movement Lab, a collaboratively-led artists' worki...
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Feb 15, 2019 @ 8:00 PM Feb 15, 2019 @ 9:00 PM
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Evacuated!                        and                      Balls of Yarns by Erika Kate MacDonald                     and                                      by Paul Strickland $10 Double Feature Discount when you come to both shows! Evacuated! ★★★★ 1/2 “BEAUTIFUL… the sights, smells, sounds and most importantly feelings of Indonesia wash over you from the first instant” - Winnipeg Free Press What is Evacuated!? Mountains, popsicles… political collapse? Internationally acclaimed storyteller and multiple Best-of-Fest winner, Erika Kate MacDonald, tells the true story of her evacuation from Indonesia. Captivating, graceful and surprising! About Erika Kate MacDonald Erika wrote and performed Pack of Others’ flagship show FLUID (2007), named to Curve Magazine's "Top Ten Hottest Plays," as well as Tap Me on the Shoulder (2012), which earned her the Orlando Fringe Critics' Choice Award for "Best Female Performance." Her two prior self-produced solo shows were Voting Rites:  An Exploration of New Hampshire Women’s Attitudes Towards Voting (2004), an interview-based piece, and Go (2003), a set of traveling character studies. She grew up in a small town in New Hampshire and studied Theatre at Yale University.  For seven years she taught yoga professionally in communities all over Brooklyn and built puppets at The Puppet Kitchen in Manhattan's Lower East Side, then she moved to Northampton, Massachusetts, where she played in the Smith College Gamelan Ensemble and was a core me...
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Feb 15, 2019 @ 9:30 PM Feb 15, 2019 @ 10:30 PM
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Feb 16, 2019
Cambridge, MA
Kalaripayattu Ancient Indian martial arts is the oldest of all practices. This class will be diving into the basics of Kalaripayattu—looking into how it is used as a healing practice and its similarities to yoga. These sessions can be attended stand-alone or you can sign up for the series. Each week, Chavi will help you harness the energy of the core to help heal, stabilize and strengthen the body. The class will build slowly and safely into a physical practice. Class will conclude with a meditation and breath work  technique to enhance concentration, connection and healing.  For more details check out : https://www.chavibansalyoga.com/https://www.fivedoorsyoga.com/blog/2019/1/20/kalari-informed-yoga-with-chavi-bansal
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Feb 16, 2019 @ 3:00 PM Feb 16, 2019 @ 5:00 PM
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