Join us for our annual Farmers Market Tour & Grilling Cooking Class led by Chef Jody Adams. The day begins with coffee & scones at 11am in our bar & lounge at Rialto. Guests then travel outside to the Charles Square Farmers Market where the connect with farmers and select the best summer ingredients for the days class. Guests then return to the Rialto courtyard where they sit back, relax and enjoy cooking instruction and demonstration led by Chef Jody Adams. This class focuses on simple grilling techniques to bring out the best flavors in the seasons most celebrated ingredients. Guests receive a packet of recipes to follow along and take notes. The demonstration is followed by a multi-course lunch with expertly paired wines.
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When: Jul 20, 2014 11 AM to Jul 20, 2014 2 PMin Cambridge, Massachusetts (Sun, 20 Jul 2014 11 )
Join us for our June Cooking Classes led by Chef Jody Adams. This month we draw on inspiration from the Italian tradition of Aperitivo-- "A pre-dinner drink meant to 'open' the palate and give you a chance to socialize, relax and nibble". We begin the day with coffee & scones at 11am in our bar & lounge at Rialto. Guests will move onto Rialto's Terrace, where they'll sit back under the orange awning and learn to make light summery cocktails under the guidance of Rialto Beverage Director Young Won. Chef Jody Adams will lead a cooking instruction and demonstration of some of her favorite summer small plates. Guests receive a packet of recipes to follow along and take notes. The demonstration is followed by a multi-course lunch with expertly paired beverages. It's the best way to enjoy sips and snacks al fresco!
Roasted Asparagus with pecorino cheese sebadas and chestnut honey
House Salumi with cheese toasted sheet music bread, mint, favas, and pecorino sardo
Baby Octopus Salad with potatoes, olives, pickled celery, and walnuts
Radicchio Leaves with burrata, tomato-onion jam, and fried anchovies
When: Jun 15, 2014 11 AM to Jun 15, 2014 2 PMin Cambridge, Massachusetts (Sun, 15 Jun 2014 11 )
Health care is in a state of disruption, and the business opportunities are infinite. The Economist's second annual Health Care Forum will address the best business strategies for growth, innovation in care delivery and products, big data and investment opportunities.
Health care needs are at a turning point around the world. Populations are aging, costs are rising alongside spending, and governments are legislating new models. While technologies offer the promise of a solution, the pace of change in the health care industry has hit fast forward, and payers, providers and patients remain unclear about the impact of these changes for the future.
Now, a health care company is not simply defined as a doctor’s office, hospital or insurer. More and more companies are entering the health care space, including big-name innovators such as Google and Verizon. At the same time, the industry is becoming more globalized, as companies work across borders.
Note: Registered attendees will be able to receive an 80% refund up until one month before the event. Within one month of the conference, we will only be able to subsitute another individual on the day of the event or provide credit for another event.
When: Sep 17, 2014 8 AM to Sep 17, 2014 6 PMin Boston, Massachusetts Cost: 995.00 true Early Registration 995.00
1,250.00 true Standard Registration 1,250.00
865.05 true Group Rate (2+ tickets and save 30% on each) 865.05
The Latino IT Network aims to create a community where culturally-aligned IT professionals can serve as a resource to one another for personal growth and career development. Online information exchange will be complimented by quarterly networking events in Greater Boston and surrounding areas.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 7 - 5:30pm
6:00 - 6:45pm - IT Project Management Workshop
6:45 - 8:00pm - Networking
"What makes a successful IT Project Manager"
This workshop will be delivered by Trish Torizzo, Vice President of Program Delivery at National Grid. Attendees will hear exactly what skillsets they need to acheive success in a Project Manager role as well as "Do's & Don't" based on years of experience.
For 25 years, Trish has lead IT initiatives for global organizations such as Siemens, Accenture, Boston Scientific, and now at National Grid. In her most recently role, she was the Program Office Leader - Global Business Transformation and Restructuring:
--- Led Finance Transformation to re-engineer processes, implement standardized systems and transition Accounts Payable/Receivables, General Ledger, Customer To Cash and Procure to Pay work to centralized captive and offshore locations. --- Led Program Office for cross functional transformation and centralization initiative spanning IT, Legal, Quality, R&D and Clinical.
When: May 7, 2014 5 PM to May 7, 2014 8 PMin Boston, Massachusetts Cost: 0.00 false Technology Professional 0.00
Join Aqueduct & Cisco Meraki for a Bourbon and Whiskey tasting. We will be providing a demo and discussion on how Cisco Meraki’s intuitive cloud-managed networking solutions provide secure and easy-to-manage networks while saving time and money.
With the list of networking initiatives such as BYOD, guest wireless, video and VOIP constantly growing, the challenge is to build a network which provides agility, visibility and scalability to support not only today’s initiatives, but the initiatives of tomorrow.
For every qualified attendee who participates in the Cisco Meraki demo, you will receive a FREE cloud managed wireless access point (a $700 value).
Discover your grace and beauty through this timeless dance of the Middle East.
Belly dance is a wonderful way to tone and shape your body, relieve stress and meet others.
In this class you will learn the fundamentals of belly dance movements, from fiery hip- work, body isolation's, correct posture, and arm and hand placements.This class also includes dance choreography
You will develop poise and gain a more toned and fluid body, along with awareness and self-confidence as you learn this beautiful dance that has been handed down from generation to generation from ancient times to present.
This class is for everyone who wants to learn belly dance in a fun supportive group class.
Suitable for all ages in moderate physical condition, No prior experience is necessary
8 one hour lessons for $80
Starts: April 24th, 2014 Thursday’s at 8:00pm
Location: Fly Body & Soul Fitness
162 Main St, Brockton Ma 02301
Enroll by March 15th, 2014 and get a FREE coined belly hip wrap.
Wear: Stretchy comfortable clothing such as leggings & top; bare feet,socks or ballet slippers.
Non-refundable purchase. Credit towards another workshop will be given if canceled within 7days prior to the workshop start date.
Creating a community-oriented culture of peace in Medellin, Colombia requires more than desire, it demands imagination, innovation, risk-taking, and a dedication to learning different ways to communicate through the arts. These elements come together in the project known as desearte paz, which began in Medellin in 2005 when a series of separate arts education and social transformation projects merged conceptually in the minds of their creators, and later in actual practice and implementation in several locations around the city. Governmental, cultural arts and academic organizations that were working in parallel over several years found a common home in desearte paz where they together now focus on fostering a culture of peace through the implementation of community arts programs with a pedagogical component. In Spanish desearte paz is a composite of “de ese arte paz” which translates literally as “from this art, peace,” but the composite also brings with it the root of the verb “to desire” offering “desiring peace.” The arts can transform communities in different ways, and this project illustrates how that can take place. Sociologist Seana Lowe supports this perspective “Although sociological research on community art is relatively new, the existing empirical evidence supports the belief that the arts can be transformative.” This presentation will offer an overview of the program in Colombia and discuss the international network that has been created from it.
Gene Diaz, Associate Professor at Lesley University teaches courses in arts integrated curriculum and art-based and ethnographic qualitative research methods. She presents at national and international conferences on curriculum and research in education, and is a member of the editorial boards of the Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, the Colombian Applied Linguistics Journal, and the International Journal of Education and the Arts. In 2002, as a Fulbright Scholar, she collaborated with faculty at the Universidad de Antioquia, then returned to Medellin in 2007 to conduct research on DESEARTE PAZ, an arts-based network creating a peace pedagogy for the community.
About the Global Arts Series The Global Arts Series features arts based approaches initiated by Lesley University faculty and other international experts. In the global society in which we live, the arts open pathways to understanding and communication between peoples. In addition, the arts are channels for creativity and celebration, mitigate the effects of stress and trauma and are known to facilitate innovative spaces for emotional release. The arts can provide people a tangible result for their efforts in a relative short time, actions that can take place through individual or collective effort. Join us to circumnavigate the globe using the arts as our compass for exploration!
The Global Arts Series is sponsored by The Creativity Commons, The Global Center, and the Institute for Arts and Health at Lesley University.
Please RSVP, but walk-ins are welcome! Any questions, please contact Beth Chambers at email@example.com
Meet face to face with multiple decision makers hiring sales, business development, marketing, customer service, retail and sales management professionals across many industries. Our events are open to executive level experienced professionals as well as entry level and recent college graduates. This is your chance to meet directly with hiring managers!
OVER 10 HIRING COMPANIES ATTENDING!!!
Boston Career Fair Monday, April 28th, 2014 - 6pm Sharp Hilton Garden Inn Boston/Waltham 420 Totten Pond Rd. Waltham, MA 02451
We will welcome you with a brief networking seminar and explain how the event works
Each company will give a short presentation on their opportunities
You meet with all of the companies that you’re interested in
Be Prepared To Make A Great Impression To Get Hired:
Arrive at the career fair no later than 6pm
Business professional attire is required
Bring at least 10-15 copies of your updated resume
Have a positive attitude
You must attend the event in order to meet directly with hiring managers and be considered for their positions! Hiring managers are looking for candidates that take the initiative to actually ATTEND the job fair.
Formerly called the Annual Meeting, we have changed the name of this annual event, to recognize that there is no “official” business conducted at this gathering, but that it is a time for us to come together, celebrate our combined achievements and renew our spirits by being in each other’s company!
The evening will be a wonderful opportunity for CMM friends to connect with those who are, like themselves, driven to create social change by working together from across our various faith traditions and backgrounds.
This year's Annual Assembly will be on Thursday, May 1, from 6:15 PM (food available at 5:30 PM) at Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center at 100 Malcolm X Blvd. in Roxbury. The theme will be "Economic INjustice: How do we move OUT of it?"
We are very excited to be hosted by the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center! Will this be your first time at the ISBCC? They are offering a tour of their beautiful space prior to the Annual Assembly. The tour will begin at 5 PM.
There is plenty of parking at the ISBCC for our event! Information regarding directions & parking is here. We have been asked to park first in the underground garage and then to fill spaces in the above-ground lot, when the garage is full.
When: May 1, 2014 5 PM to May 1, 2014 9 PMin Cambridge, Massachusetts Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Thu, 01 May 2014 17 )
Auditions are being held for the Hanover Day - Main Stage Event taking place on Saturday, June 21st
To be considered as a singer, musician or entertainer for this year's event please complete the form on the right and submit. If you have any questions, please contact Amy Barrett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don't forget to send us an audio clip or your youtube channel.
When: May 7, 2014 4 PM to May 7, 2014 7 PMin Hanover, Massachusetts (Wed, 07 May 2014 16 )
Lynda will be performing in the NAPOLEON ROOM at Club Café 209 Columbus Ave. / Boston MA 02116 Bill Duffy on piano. Reservations Recommended :(617) 536-0966 - please be sure to tell them you're coming to see/hear me and you'd like to be seated in the Napoleon Room.
When: May 23, 2014 8 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 23 May 2014 20 )
Honan-Allston Branch Boston Public Library 300 North Harvard Street Allston, MA 02134 Wednesday, May 7, 2014, 6 – 7pm
Artist Linda Clave and jazz pianist Carolyn Wilkins will present an interactive multi-media performance using excerpts from Carol Wilkin's book, They Raised Me Up: A Black Single Mother and the Women Who Inspired Her. The two women will create together an original composition using sound, spoken word and visual art.
Library: Honan-Allston Neighborhood: Allston Type of Event: Concerts / Live Music, Exhibition, Performing Arts, Visual Arts Cost: Free Audience: Children (Ages 0-5), Children (Ages 6-12), Teens (Ages 13-18), Young Adults (Ages 20-34), Adults, College Students, Seniors, Families, Businesses, Visitors
When: May 7, 2014 12 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 07 May 2014 00 )
Students and parents are invited to take an in-depth look at this valuable resource! Find out how to get one-on-one help from a trained tutor, use the site’s study resources, and get your homework done! Location: Tatnuck Branch
When: May 23, 2014 4 PM to May 23, 2014 5 PMin Worcester, Massachusetts (Fri, 23 May 2014 16 )
**These are one session intermediate classes, for adults who have taken the Level 1 class, are comfortable with keyboard and mouse, and have a working e-mail address. Register online.
When you go to almost any lecture today, you will notice that the speakers have organized their information into PowerPoint slides. If you are working or in school, you will eventually be asked to give a talk using these slides. This class will prepare you, start to finish. The only thing left is dealing with your nervous butterflies!
additional Friday sessions June 27 & July 25
When: May 23, 2014 11 AM to May 23, 2014 1 PMin Worcester, Massachusetts (Fri, 23 May 2014 11 )
Jeannette Neill Dance Studio Spring Repertory Show
Celebrating their 35th Anniversary, the Jeannette Neill Dance Studio offers this annual spring repertory dance show of jazz, modern, and hip hop dance. When available, tickets are sold via the JNDS website.
Grove Hall Branch of the Boston Public Library 41 Geneva Avenue Dorchester, MA 02121 Wednesday, May 7, 2014, 10:30 – 11:30am
Dancing on the Balcony is an interactive dance class that presents seniors the opportunity to study dance with professional dancer, choreographer, and teacher Joan Green. Participants will learn a variety of dance skills, including warm-ups, activities to help maintain mobility and balance, locomotor phrases, creating choreography as a group, and performance skills.
The classes are free and limited to 25 participants ages 55+. Please call 617.427.3337 to register.
Library: Grove Hall Neighborhood: Dorchester Type of Event: Health / Fitness, Performing Arts Cost: Free Audience: Seniors
When: May 7, 2014 12 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 07 May 2014 00 )
Hyde Park Branch of the Boston Public Library 35 Harvard Avenue Hyde Park, MA 02136 Wednesday, May 7, 2014, 11:30am – 12:15pm
This story time is for little ones ages 1- 4 years old accompanied by an adult. Enjoy stories, a song, and a paper craft. Not only is it a great experience for your child, but you also get to meet other moms. No registration required. No groups or daycares please.
Library: Hyde Park Neighborhood: Hyde Park Type of Event: Story Time Cost: Free Audience: Children (Ages 0-5)
When: May 7, 2014 11 AM in Hyde Park, Massachusetts (Wed, 07 May 2014 11 )
Compliance Solutions, the nation's largest provider of OSHA Hazmat training, is pleased to offer open enrollment for our 40-Hour OSHA HAZWOPER Site Worker trainingin twelve different cities every week!
Our instructor-led seminars meet or exceed OSHA’s suggested training curricula and meet OSHA’s mandated training requirements under 29 CFR 1910.120(e and q) including hands-on training!
40-Hour HAZWOPER training is mandated for employees who have responsibilities to remediate (clean-up) hazardous materials at controlled and un-controlled sites with hazards or work activities that present some an Immediate Danger to Life or Health (IDLH). This includes clean up operations, emergency response operations, storage, disposal or treatment of hazardous materials and hazardous waste sites. 40-Hour HAZWOPER training is also required prior to OSHA Site-Supervisor training.
The 40-Hour HAZWOPER course provides structured classroom training mandated by 29 CFR1910.120 (e and q) including student exercises and a hands-on dress-out to acclimate workers with required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Workers attending this instructor-led course will cover 18 different OSHA suggested topics including health and safety procedures, PPE used during work operations at hazardous material sites, medical monitoring and many others.
Instructors emphasize a practical approach to worksite health and safety, as such, attendees learn to recognize site hazards and take appropriate steps to prevent illness or injuries while on the jobsite.
Compliance Solutions is the largest private provider of HAZWOPER and DOT Hazmat Training nationally and has earned the trust of the industry by providing quality training since 1995.
Register Early! Pre-registration for all classes is required (no walk-in’s) and classes do fill up quickly.
Registration Note: This event does NOT issue paper tickets. After registration, you will receive an email confirmation from Compliance Solutions that includes the date, time and location of your class. Prior to registering read a copy of our cancellation and refund policy. Once registered, you acknowledge you have read and agree to be bound by this policy.
Group Discounts: Offered for registrations of the same course type, date and city. To receive a group discount all students MUST register at the same time:
3 to 4 students = 5% 5 to 9 students= 10% 10 or more = 15%
When: Sep 16, 2014 8 AM to Sep 19, 2014 6 PMin Foxboro, Massachusetts Cost: 565.00 true Boston 40 HR 565.00
Looking for a Mother's Day gift, birthday gift, hostess gift, graduation gift or any other kind of gift? If so, look no further than the Craft Fair in Lobby 10. During this two-day sale, crafters will be selling beautiful handmade soaps and wooden puzzles. Jewelry in a wide range of styles and materials, scrapbooking supplies, pottery, hand-knit children's items and more will be on display. Don't hesitate to stop by, browse, and buy!
If you are a crafter and would like to sell your creations at the fair, visit the Women's League website for policy information and applications. Applications will be reviewed by the MIT Women's League Craft Fair Committee, appointed by the MIT Women's League Executive Board.
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