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The Town of Peru Massachusetts originally Partridgefield was founded in 1771 and is located in Berkshire County.

Peru has about 900 year round residents.

Today the town is a quiet rural community.

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Living Card Game Night - Free and earn points!
Join us for Star Wars, Warhammer: Conquest, Android: Netrunner, A Gameof Thrones, The Lord of the Rings and more

When: Feb 13, 2016 4 PM in Carver, Massachusetts (Sat, 13 Feb 2016 16 )
Homemade Curry & Whats a Mung Bean? Vegetarian Indian with Madhu Nene
For the culinary adventurer. Enjoy a culinary class taught by our very own Nibble Entrepreneur, Madhu Nene. A pro in the SAC cooking class circuit, Madhu returns for a class focused all things vegetarian.This class will dive into the complex and aromatic Indian spices and techniques that define much of this cuisine.Students will learn how to make tomato and cream based vegetable curry. We'll mix up and discuss mung beans, a legume native to Asia, and the star protein in our mung bean salad. And to soak up these flavors, Madhu will introduce us to lemon rice. A basmati rice mixed with lemon zest, lemon juice, mustard seeds, and peanuts, The perfect crunch and lightness to accompany the rich curry. Consider an opportunity to expand your culinary repertoire and dive right in.2/11 Class menu and lesson plan are set.Don't wait until its too late!

When: Mar 10, 2016 6 PM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Thu, 10 Mar 2016 18 )
Sweetheart Plate Fusing @The Glass Bar
We will teach you how to cut, grind, shape and design glass artwork in a fun and safesetting. We will work one on one with you until you are comfortable working on your own. You can go along with the class to create the theme of the night or you can go off on your own, bringing your imagination to life. You will leave feeling relaxed and confident as you begin to release the artist with in. Set of 4 Coasters or 6x6 plate.

When: Feb 12, 2016 7 PM in Norwood, Massachusetts (Fri, 12 Feb 2016 19 )
Bears Basketball: Special Needs Youth Basketball with Newton Athletes Unlimited
Sponsored by: Newton Athletes Unlimited
Minimum age: 16
This is a great way to start your weekend! Spend your Saturday with the Bears Basketball program helping to teach basketball skills to children with disabilities ages 7-14. You do not have to be an experienced basketball player to help with this program, just come with a willingness to engage with t . . .

When: Mar 5, 2016 8 AM in Newton Center, Massachusetts (Sat, 05 Mar 2016 08 )
Russell Howard - Round the World
Customers have to be over 18 to attend this event. Please note you must present a valid Photo ID to gain entry.

When: May 7, 2017 7 PM in Allston, Massachusetts
Cost: 25.00 - 25.00 (Sun, 07 May 2017 19 )
Surprising Connections: Why Beethoven, Brahms, and Van Gogh share a common language
Faculty Artist Recital: Karen Oosterbaan, violin Listento Beethovens "Ghost" Piano Trio and Brahms Piano Quartet in C minor, opus 60 no. 3. Established masterpieces in the chamber music repertoirewe will discuss why and then dig deep into composers musical language by comparing it, first to the artistry of painters (Van Gogh, Goya, and Monet)and then writers (Thomas Hardy, Goethe, and Shakespeare). We will explore how all these artists explored common themes, inspirations, and visions.The interconnections have startling revelations about why they continue to inspire us today. This is one of over 180 free performances that Longy presents over the course of each year. Please consider making a donation to support Longy's free programming and innovative educational initiatives.

When: Mar 6, 2016 7 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Sun, 06 Mar 2016 19 )
Building Trust & Rapport with Transactional Analysis (Woburn)
Using a commincation method and behavioral model called Transactional Analysis, you will discover new, yet proven, ways to increase the speed and degree to which you bond and establish rapport. We all know that building bonding and rapport is a buidling block to success in closing a deal and this workshop is a building block to making more money in sales ... while having fun. Register today to receive your one-time FREE guest pass!

When: Mar 11, 2016 11 AM in Woburn, Massachusetts (Fri, 11 Mar 2016 11 )
Funding 101: Pathways for Funding Food and Beverage Startups
Hosted byBranchfood&The Capital Network Thinking about starting a business in the food space? Have a business and want to raise capital? Looking to grow but don't know how?In many ways, its never been easier to start a food or beverage company. From products to services, marketplaces to mobile apps, the food space is HOT. While bootstrapping may be preferred, some businesses are almost impossible to launch and grow without capital. From angel investments to crowdfunding and debt financing, opportunities for funding seem endless. JoinBranchfoodandThe Capital Networkfor an evening with a veteran panel of investors, advisors, and entrepreneurs, who will compare and contrast the many ways you can fund your food and beverage startup. The discussion will address common questions including: What are the best funding options for growing my business? When should I go after external funding? Does no mean "maybe later"? How much money should I ask for? If you are an entrepreneur, investor, or interested in business development related to food products, beverages, ecommerce, food tech, services, or consumer packaged goods, you do NOT want to miss this event! Speakers: The Angel Investor Expert: Jeremy Halpernis the founder ofEdible Ventures- an organization made up exclusively of angels with domain expertise in creating, manufacturing distributing and selling food and beverage products. Edible Ventures invests in high growth food and beverage companies led by highly motivated, talented and relentless entrepreneurs. Jeremy is also a partner and the Director of Business Development for the Emerging Companies Group atNutter McLennen & Fish. Jeremys practice focuses on emerging companies, private equity, venture capital and angel financing transactions, mergers and acquisitions, executive and team compensation matters, and general start-up support. Serving as the firms entrepreneur-in-residence, Jeremy works with companies, investors, and executives in technology, life sciences and the food and beverage industry.Concurrently, Jeremy is an active angel investor, and serves on the Boards ofThe Capital Network, a Boston based non-profit serving entrepreneurs, andPintley, a MassChallenge 2011 finalist company providing marketing solutions to the craft brewers and bars. The Crowdfunding Expert: Terry Romerois the Outreach Lead for Foods & Crafts forKickstarterwhere she is helpsfood and craft creators use Kickstarter to raise funds and reach out to an engaged community. Terry is also an author and producer for bestsellingvegan cookbooks: Vegan Pie in the Sky, Veganomicon, Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World, Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar, Viva Vegan! The BankLoan Expert: Michael Kuhnis Vice President in Commercial Lending atCambridge Savings Bank. He has extensive experience in debt funding and lending in the local food & beverage industry. Clients includeTaza Chocolate,Yasso Frozen Greek YogurtandCFE International. The Entrepreneur Expert: Bonnie Henry is the CEO & Founder ofGF Solutions, LLC,a dedicated and certified gluten-free manufacturing company focusing on fresh/frozen breads, pizzas and flatbreads, and pasta. She has 28 years of proven entrepreneurial and leadership experience across multiple industries; 13 of those years with P&L responsibility. Bonnie was the co-founder of Hellas International, Inc. where she developed the preeminent brand of Greek specialty foods in North America. She successfully sold that company to Krinos Foods in 2004. She serves on the Boards of several food products companies includingSweet RiotandVictoria Gourmet.She has worked with both large and early stage companies including: Frito-Lay, Pillsbury, Este Lauder, Ross Stores, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Massachusetts, and Scottish Rite Childrens Hospital. Before launching her business advisory services, DKH Enterprises, she also worked in investment banking at Progress Partners. VC Expert: TBD

When: Mar 1, 2016 6 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Tue, 01 Mar 2016 18 )
Judge a Citywide Debate Tournament for High School Students
Sponsored by: Boston Debate League
Minimum age: 18
Volunteer judges listen to students, providing vital reinforcement for the notion that students have valuable ideas to contribute to society. After the debate, judges offer encouragement, share advice for the next round, and tell the tournament organizers who won. With a student to judge ratio of on . . .

When: Mar 18, 2016 3:15:00 PM in Charlestown, Massachusetts (Fri, 18 Mar 2016 15:15:00 )
Valentines with Dale LePage & The Manhattans
Dale LePage and The Manhattans packed them in for last year's Valentines show and this year will be bigger and better! Your show tickets include the famous buffet at the Restaurant at Cyprian Keyes. Reserve your table for the romantic event of the year. Buffet Menu: Caesar Salad Apple Waldorf Salad Winter Field Green Salad with dressing Rolls/butter Baked Seafood trilogy (salmon, shrimp, scallops) with spicy tomato saffron cream Apple Brined Turkey Tenderloin with lingonberry demi-glace Braised Certified Black Angus Boneless Short Rib with red wine shallot demi-glace Black Truffle Sacchetti Pasta with fresh herb mushroom jus lie Blue Cheese Scallion Mashed Yukon Gold Potatoes Hericot Verts with shallot roasted red pepper garlic butter Dessert

When: Feb 14, 2016 5 PM in Boylston, Massachusetts (Sun, 14 Feb 2016 17 )
ServiceWorks Volunteer Training
Sponsored by: Boston Cares
Minimum age: 18
ServiceWorks, powered by Boston Cares in partnership with AmeriCorps, the Citi Foundation and Points of Light, is a groundbreaking, national program that engages 16-24 year olds in Skill Building, Volunteering, and Success Coaching as strategies to help address barriers to youth economic opportunity . . .

When: Mar 22, 2016 12 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Tue, 22 Mar 2016 12 )
Distribute Food to Seniors in Need
Sponsored by: Greater Boston Food Bank
Minimum age: 18
Join ABCD East Boston APAC and the Greater Boston Food Bank to distribute food via the the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) to the East Boston community. CSFP is a once a month food distribution for individuals 60 years of age or older. Eligible participants receive two free bags of food o . . .

When: Mar 9, 2016 9 AM in East Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 09 Mar 2016 09 )
Recruit Select with Seth Campbell
The AVA assessment is recommended prior to this course. If you want to build your business by hiring talent, this course will help you find and choose the best candidates. This course enables you to implement proven hiring systems that ensure the best and the brightest the candidates most likely to succeed join your team. This hiring system is the only one to follow when you are in the market for talent. Recruit-Selectis the first course in a series of leadership training courses meant to help you find, train and retain talent for your businesses. The Recruit-Select-Train-Lead-Motivate (RSTLM) system has been exclusively licensed to Keller Williams Realty International by Corporate Consulting to use within the real estate industry to select business partners, support them through training, and effectively lead and motivate them for long-term success. Objectives: Build a pipeline of quality candidates. Use and appreciate behavioral analysis in the hiring process. Consult with individuals about their DISC and AVA behavioral assessments. Utilize a comprehensive interview process that builds trust and quality relationships. Audience: Anyone wanting to hire talent to enhance their business. The systems and tools in this course are applicable to any hire. Your instructor: Seth Campbell: Seth obtained his real estate license just 8 years ago after working at McDonald's Corporation. Starting his career as an agent with KW in Massachusetts cold calling FSBO's & Expireds, he built his team to the 7th level in just five years during the downturn. In January of 2012, Seth and his family relocated to Maryland where he became the Regional Director for the Maryland/D.C. Region which has since broken the all-time regional record in every single category measured by KWRI. While in Maryland, Seth started an expansion team named Five Doors, which took control of his original team in Massachusetts and also operates teams in Maryland, Alaska, Idaho, California, Oregon and Florida. This expansion team is on track to close over 700 units and over $5M in GCI this year. He is also an Operating Principal in Pikesville, MD which reached 160 agents in the first 12 months and is currently #1 in growth for the region. Seth loves spending time with his wife and four children between the ages of 13 & 1 and feels blessed to have the opportunity to sit in both the RegionalDirectorroom with John Davis and the Top 100 agent Mastermind room with Gary Keller. **Lunch will be provided**

When: Mar 10, 2016 8 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Thu, 10 Mar 2016 08 )
Natural Materials Gathering with the Nature Connection
Sponsored by: The Nature Connection
Minimum age: 14
The Nature Connection uses natural materials for many of its programs that bring the healing power of nature to people with limited or no access to the outside world: at-risk youth; elders; and people with disabilities. Through regular programs combining seasonal natural materials, live animals, and . . .

When: Feb 24, 2016 11 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 24 Feb 2016 11 )
Housing Families Volunteering
Sponsored by: Housing Families, Inc
Minimum age: 16
Volunteer Tutor: work with the children, of all ages (preschool to high school), during our after-school program. This includes engaging children with academics, helping with homework, providing additional educational help, supporting and encouraging the children, and helping to provide a positive a . . .

When: Feb 12, 2016 4:44:00 PM in Malden, Massachusetts (Fri, 12 Feb 2016 16:44:00 )
Holyoke Coffee Talk #1 @Holyoke Innovation District
YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN US FOR COFFEE TALK @ the Holyoke Innovation District Please join us on February 12th at 2:30PM the NEW Electric Cafe& Catering for good coffee and conversation. This is the first of a series of Coffee Talks the Holyoke Innovation District will be organizing this year at various locations for building owners and business tenants to meet up and connect. Heads Up! The NEXT COFFEE TALK will be held in the Spring at Gateway City Arts, 92-114 Race St, Holyoke. DATE/TIME: TBA Organized by the Holyoke Innovation District Our Purpose: 1. Increase awareness and promote all assets within the Holyoke Innovation District - businesses, restaurants, available office spaces, etc. 2. Foster a sense of community, facilitate introductions, and help build positive relations amongst property owners and tenants in the Holyoke Innovation District. 3. Promote ongoing events and opportunities to get involved and engaged in community development initiatives and projects as they come up (i.e. Call for Artist Projects, festivals and seasonal events, etc). What do we plan to do for an hour? Welcome and Introduce Everyone Hear and Learn About our Host and brief Q&A Provide open forum for folks to share a story, challenges/opportunities, or good news. Optional: Stick around after the Coffee Talks and mingle some more! Ground Rules! Keep it Positive and Constructive Keep it Short Listen and Enjoy!

When: Feb 12, 2016 2 PM in Holyoke, Massachusetts (Fri, 12 Feb 2016 14 )
Introduction to the Metal Lathe March 2016 I
Description: This class will teach students how to setup the metal lathe for precision machining, how to securely hold a part, how to perform machining operations to tolerances of one-thousandth of an inch. Successful completion of this course will provide students with the knowledge needed to participate in tool testing for the Artisans Asylum metal lathe. This short class will not, however, offer students the opportunity to become expert in the operation of this tool -- that requires applying these techniques to a project over many hours, whether independently or in a longer form class. This training will give the student the information they need in order to operate the tool without harming the machine, themselves, or the people around them. It also serves as a good refresher for those who've become rusty after years away from the lathe. Class Goals: Session 1 will cover basic safety, setup and usage of the lathe. Students will learn to assess the condition of the lathe, select tools, secure materials in the chuck and perform facing and turning operations. Session 2 will expand on Session 1 and will cover selecting feeds and speeds, cutting tapers, drilling and tapping and general lathe care. Prerequisites: Students must be able to safely reach all of the lathe controls. What to Bring: None Instructor: Damian Ward began working with metal when he brought home an oxy-acetylene rig in 2009 and began welding. Arc welding followed soon after, along with melting and casting aluminum. Since joining the Artisan's Asylum, Damian has spent almost all of his free time in the machine shop and has lost track of how many hours he has spent in front of the mill. In addition to his metalworking, Damian has worked on a dairy farm, pulled network cable, worked for Lockheed Martin, and practiced criminal law. Damian's favorite Doctor Who companion is Wilfred Mott. Event Time: Session 1: Wednesday, March 2, 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Session 2: Wednesday, March 9, 7:00pm to 9:00pm. AA REGISTRATION/FAQs/REFUNDS/CANCELLATIONS: ***We ask all new students to register in our new system before their first class in our space.You will also need to register if you haven't taken class with us since our new system launched: as of July 1, 2015.You can registeronline here:https://artisansasylum.com/membership/registration/. *** Please review ourAttending Classes FAQhttp://artisansasylum.com/attending-classes/so you'll know what to expect and be prepared for class. REFUNDS:Please navigate to our website for our complete class cancellation and refund policies:http://artisansasylum.com/classpolicies/ **If you would like to request a refund, please fill out this form:http://tinyurl.com/artisansasylumcancellations 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: Mar 2, 2016 7 PM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Wed, 02 Mar 2016 19 )
The Life Science Sector of Japan: Deregulation, Expedited Approval, Open for Business
(More specific information coming soon!) The Life Science Sector of Japan:Deregulation, Expedited Approval, Open for Business Japans life science sector is open for business. With the second largest life science market in the world, the government of Japan has made regulatory changes to create more opportunities for doing business in Japan. These changes include deregulation, subsidization, and introduction of an expedited approval process for certain medical products. In particular, the discussion will focus on the changes in Regenerative Medicine, Orphan Drugs, Medical Devices, and the Approval Process for Clinical Trials. JETRO, in conjunction with MOITI, will hold The Life Science Sector of Japan: Deregulation, Expedited Approval, Open for Business Seminar in Boston. Come join us as we showcase the opportunities for doing business in Japan. 09:30-10:00 Registration 10:00-12:00 Opening Remarks Takumi Kuroiwa, Bio-industry division, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry TBD, The Forum for Innovative Regenerative Medicine (FIRM) Coffee Break Shogo Nakamori, Corporate Vice President, Clinical ResearchServices, Asia Pacific General Manager-Japan Country Operation, PAREXEL International Masako Nakamura, Head of Asia & Vice President/General Manager, Japan, Aegerion Pharmaceuticals Keisuke "Kaye" Suzuki, Principle Keisuke Med TechConsulting, LLC. JETRO New York Coffee Break Closing Remarks 12:00-13:00 Lunch and Networking Event ORGANIZED BY: The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) The Massachusetts Office of International Trade and Investment (MOITI) FEE: Free Registration INQUIRIES: Please Contact Mr. Gerald Cook, JETRO New York Email:Gerald_Cook@jetro.go.jp TEL:212-819-7767

When: Mar 18, 2016 10 AM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Fri, 18 Mar 2016 10 )
7th Annual Leprechaun Plunge for Charity
The Plunge is an annual event helping selected local charities. Plunge participants raise pledges for a charity from our list in the weeks leading up to the Plunge and, on the day of the event, plunge into the frigid waters of the Connecticut River at Brunelles Marina. The event has grown each year and raised over $124,000 for local charities this past year. This year's event will be held on Sunday March 13, 2016 and includes a luncheon after the plunge, music and fun. Register today! Can't make it to the event? Donations are also accepted through eventbrite, just click get tickets and you can donate to the charity of your choice. Once registered choose the charity you want to raise moneyfor and solicit friends, co-workers, and familyto help you reach your goal of $100.00minimum . Plungers under 18 years need$50 minimum to plunge and parent/guardian signature on waiver form. Useyour donor tracking sheet (which can be downloaded from www.leprechaunplunge.org) to record yourdonations and bring the sheet and moneycollected to the Plunge. All pledges mustbe collected and turned in at the checkintable on the day of the Plunge.

When: Mar 13, 2016 10 AM in South Hadley, Massachusetts (Sun, 13 Mar 2016 10 )
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 prescan at the More Than Words warehouse. The books are posted online for sale across the world at the warehouse and available for purchase in the cozy, youth run bookstore which doubles as an art gallery. T . . .

When: Apr 10, 2016 1 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Sun, 10 Apr 2016 13 )
Computer Testing and Packing at World Computer Exchange
Sponsored by: World Computer Exchange, Inc
Minimum age: 13
Help bridge the digital divide by testing and packing computers that have been donated for shipments of working sets to schools and community organizations in developing countries. Technical skills are always helpful but are not required; tasks include turning on equipment, taping printer cables wit . . .

When: Feb 20, 2016 10 AM in Hull, Massachusetts (Sat, 20 Feb 2016 10 )
Technovation Challenge Volunteer
Sponsored by: MassTLC Education Foundation
Minimum age: 19
The Technovation Challenge is a 12-week global competition for teams of 4 to 5 middle or high school girls. The students work with a teacher or parent to design an app to solve a community problem. The challenge follows a structured curriculum that guides the team through app development to business . . .

When: Feb 28, 2016 12 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sun, 28 Feb 2016 00 )
Office Volunteer Night at Big Sister Association of Greater Boston
Sponsored by: Big Sister Association Of Greater Boston
Minimum age: 16
At Big Sisters Office Volunteer Night, volunteers will work on a variety of administrative tasks such as envelope stuffing, photocopying, data entry, filing, and other projects.Youth-Friendly, 16+. All volunteers under 18 years old must bring a Permission Form signed by a parent or guardian to gi . . .

When: Mar 16, 2016 5 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 16 Mar 2016 17 )
Red Cross' Home Fire Preparedness Campaign: Canvassing in Everett
Sponsored by: American Red Cross of Eastern Massachusetts
Minimum age: 18
The American Red Cross' Home Fire Preparedness Campaign (HFPC) aims to reduce home fire related injuries by installing fire alarms in neighborhoods and spreading awareness on fire safety. Join Boston Cares D.A.R.T. and the American Red Cross to canvass an Everett neighborhood to spread awareness . . .

When: Feb 20, 2016 9 AM in Everett, Massachusetts (Sat, 20 Feb 2016 09 )
Help English learners get better jobs- become a mock job interviewer!
Sponsored by: English for New Bostonians
Minimum age: 21
English for New Bostonians needs Mock Job Interviewers to help English learning adults sharpen their job interviewing skills to land better jobs!Volunteer Tutors will:-work directly with English language learners by running mock, or practice, job interviews,-go to English for Speakers of other Langu . . .

When: Feb 12, 2016 9 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 12 Feb 2016 09 )
Be A Hero, Rock Against Animal Cruelty!
Youth bands from DeAngelis Studio of Music come together to support SPCA International and their effort to help animals in war torn countries. This special event is dedicated to "Dushka & Chris". Dushka is a very special friend to Chris who met her fighting against ISIS on the war torn Iraq streets. Chris reached out to SPCA International to help bring her home to Massachusetts. SPCA International helps many animals whose future would otherwise be very uncertain. The many teachers, students and families of DeAngelis Studio of Music are huge animal lovers and this cause touches many hearts. Special Guest, Miss Massachusetts, Whitney Sharpe, has offered to help and will be attending the event! Please join us to celebrate this good work and if you cannot make it a donation or an auction item would be very much appreciated and put to good use. The event will feature performances by 10 very talented youth bands, silent auction items and a special visit from Dushka's new family, the SPCA International and perhaps even "Dushka herself!" Auction items listed here: http://www.dsrocks.com/auction-items/ Event T-shirts are available for advance purchase only, these will be black t-shirts with cool event graphic on the front, Hard Rock, Date, SPCAI, DSRocks and Band Names on the back. All proceeds with go to the cause, ***must be ordered on this site by Feb 22nd. For more information: please call or email: 978-374-5262. info@dsrocks.com

When: Mar 6, 2016 12 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sun, 06 Mar 2016 12 )
Serve Lunch at St. Francis House
Sponsored by: St. Francis House
Minimum age: 17
Volunteers will help prepare and serve lunch to the guests. Please bring a baseball hat or other head covering (or you will be provided with a lovely hairnet!). Volunteers should also wear pants, closed-toed shoes and shirt with sleeves (no tank tops). Youth friendly, 17+. All volunteers under 18 ye . . .

When: Mar 26, 2016 9 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sat, 26 Mar 2016 09 )
New Member Mixer - with Speed Networking
BYPA hosts New Member Mixers to help welcome the newest Boston Young Professionals to BostonYPA. If you are new to BostonYPA, if you want to check us out and do some networking, or if you haven't been to an event in a while and want to get active again, this is a great way to do it. Many long time members stop by to say hello, and Board members are available to answer questions and speak about upcoming events and opportunities for members. Complimentary Appetizers are included. As an icebreaker, or for additional networking, we will offer Speed Networking in a portion of the reserved space. The longer you've been in business, the more you know that great referrals and connections often come from unlikely places and chance encounters. The goal for this icebreaker is to get you in front of new faces, let you practice your elevator speech, and make some new connections. We will provide you with some questions to help keep the conversations going and keep the time. Tickets: Advance tickets are $10, or $15 at the door if we are not at capacity. As always, if you have a paid membership to BostonYPA, this event is free - just RSVP on our website or below. Wondering how to become a paid member? There are two easy options. 1.) If you already have a profile on BostonYPA.com, you can log in and pay your dues on our website. 2.) If you aren't interested in creating a profile or want to pay your dues here, just purchase one of the tickets called "Annual Membership or Lifetime Membership". Membership dues are $50 per year or $100 for a lifetime membership. Membership Includes: Admission to the monthly After Work Social in Boston Admission to New Member Mixers Admission to several Neighborhood mixers through out the year for additional networking Admission to our Ask the Experts Seminars Reduced ticket prices to our larger special events Discounts with our Sponsors

When: Feb 23, 2016 6 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Tue, 23 Feb 2016 18 )
Serve Lunch at St. Francis House
Sponsored by: St. Francis House
Minimum age: 17
Volunteers will help prepare and serve lunch to the guests. Please bring a baseball hat or other head covering (or you will be provided with a lovely hairnet!). Volunteers should also wear pants, closed-toed shoes and shirt with sleeves (no tank tops). Youth friendly, 17+. All volunteers under 18 ye . . .

When: Feb 13, 2016 9 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sat, 13 Feb 2016 09 )
Children's Public Program Volunteer - Powisset Farm
Sponsored by: Charles River Valley
Minimum age: 10
Opportunity Overview:The Trustees is looking for an enthusiastic person to facilitate childrens public programs and events at Powisset Farm during school vacation week and potentially at other times during the year. Powisset Farm hosts a variety of programs for children and our Public Program Vol . . .

When: Apr 20, 2016 8 AM in Dover, Massachusetts (Wed, 20 Apr 2016 08 )
Business Owners and Sales Managers' Forum (Quincy)
It seems like more and more Sales Managers are challenged with higher goals in a tightening economy. So, we have created a Forum in which Sales Managers, Owners and Chief Executives can come together and have their sales management challenges heard, as well as leave with solutions. Even though we may sell in different verticals, marketplaces and territories, and even though we may all come from different businesses, sales management problems are pretty universal. The Managers' Forum will be a fast, efficient and effective way to address sales management problems. And wouldn't it be terrible if you meet a person that wants to become a client when you attend? The annual membership fee is $3,500. However, we invite you to join us for once for only $25! Try it out, see if you like it, and then decide if a membership is right for you. You will also receive a FREE copy of Lead When You Dance: 14 Success Secrets from Sales Managers for Sales Managers * Please note: This program is only for people who manage a sales team.

When: Mar 17, 2016 5 PM in Quincy, Massachusetts (Thu, 17 Mar 2016 17 )
Grapevine: Farrington Fairy Festival
Sponsored by: Farrington NatureLinc
Minimum age: 15
Please note: This is an express interest opportunity. When you click "express interest" below, you will be contacting Farrington NatureLinc, Boston Cares' partner organization on this project, directly. They will manage communication before and after the project, and the volunteer group day-of . . . . . .

When: Apr 30, 2016 9 AM in Lincoln, Massachusetts (Sat, 30 Apr 2016 09 )
Office Volunteer Night at Big Sister Association of Greater Boston
Sponsored by: Big Sister Association Of Greater Boston
Minimum age: 16
At Big Sisters Office Volunteer Night, volunteers will work on a variety of administrative tasks such as envelope stuffing, photocopying, data entry, filing, and other projects.Youth-Friendly, 16+. All volunteers under 18 years old must bring a Permission Form signed by a parent or guardian to gi . . .

When: Feb 17, 2016 5 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 17 Feb 2016 17 )
Mighty Warrior Yoga Workshop: Ages 5-7
Come join us for a special school vacation yoga workshop with Diane V of Yoga Strong. Diane will teach kids a bit more about yoga through stories and poses. This class is free to attend and is for children ages 5-7. Diane will have some extra yoga mats but if children are able to bring in their own, it would be much appreciated For questions about the class, please contact Diane at:508-918-3965 ORyogastrong@icloud.com ABOUT DIANE: Diane is a yoga enthusiast who is certified to teach both adults and children. Her passion is to encourage children and young adults to breathe peace, love and acceptance into their hearts, all the while practicing and experiencing the wonderful benefits yoga has for their bodies and souls. Through stories and "Peaceful Pebbles" she will guide kids on an amazing yoga journey that they will take with them for life. For more information about Diane, please visit her website at: myyogastrong.com

When: Feb 18, 2016 11 AM in Plainville, Massachusetts (Thu, 18 Feb 2016 11 )
Tool Training: Manual Milling Machine March 2016 I
Description: The manual mills in the Asylum machine shop are amazingly versatile tools- they can be used to create precisely dimensioned parts out of aluminum, steel, or plastic, cut sheets of metal to size, or miter tubes for welding. This class will teach you how to setup a bridgeport-style mill for precision machining, how to securely hold a part, how to precisely measure distances down to one-thousandth of an inch, and how to make facing cuts and drill holes using a wide variety of mill bits and accessories. Successful completion of this course will provide students with the knowledge needed to participate in tool testing for the Artisans Asylum Bridgeport mills. This short class will not, however, offer students the opportunity to become expert in the operation of this tool -- that requires applying these techniques to a project over many hours, whether independently or in a longer form class. This training will simply give the student the information they need in order to operate the tool without harming the machine, themselves, or the people around them. It also serves as a good refresher for those who've become rusty after years away from the mill. Class Goals: Students will learn to: Move the mill table accurately along x, y, and z axes Change mill spindle speeds for different tasks and materials Understand how to Calculate appropriate Speeds and Feeds for milling operations Securely fixture a small piece of aluminum stock in the vise Identify a variety of end mills and their uses. "Face", or cut a side of, a piece of aluminum stock to achieve a precise dimension and smooth finish. Find the edge of a piece of stock, and drill a hole a precise distance from the edge. Zero the X, Y, and Z axis as they relate to fixtured stock Understand the concept of Backlash and how it relates to using the Bridgeport Mills Know the difference between Climb Milling and Conventional milling Clean and maintain the mill. Prerequisites: No previous experience required, but Metalworking Tool Training 101 recommended (see upcoming available dates listed athttp://artisansasylum.com/current-classes/#sectionmetalworking). Students must be at least 18 years old. What to Bring: Hair ties for long hair, closed-toed shoes, short-sleeve shirt. All other materials needed for class will be provided. Instructor: Damian Ward began working with metal when he brought home an oxy-acetylene rig in 2009 and began welding. Arc welding followed soon after, along with melting and casting aluminum.Since joining the Artisan's Asylum, Damian has spent almost all of his free time in the machine shop and has lost track of how many hours he has spent in front of the mill. In addition to his metalworking, Damian has worked on a dairy farm, pulled network cable, worked for Lockheed Martin, and practiced criminal law. Damian's favorite Doctor Who companion is Wilfred Mott. Event Time: Session 1: Tuesday, March 1, 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Session 2: Tuesday, March 8, 7:00pm to 9:00pm. AA REGISTRATION/FAQs/REFUNDS/CANCELLATIONS: ***We ask all new students to register in our new system before their first class in our space.You will also need to register if you haven't taken class with us since our new system launched: as of July 1, 2015.You can registeronline here:https://artisansasylum.com/membership/registration/. *** Please review ourAttending Classes FAQhttp://artisansasylum.com/attending-classes/so you'll know what to expect and be prepared for class. REFUNDS:Please navigate to our website for our complete class cancellation and refund policies:http://artisansasylum.com/classpolicies/ **If you would like to request a refund, please fill out this form:http://tinyurl.com/artisansasylumcancellations 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: Mar 1, 2016 7 PM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Tue, 01 Mar 2016 19 )
Tutor Adult Immigrants in ESOL!
Sponsored by: Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center
Minimum age: 18
The Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) is looking for self-driven, dedicated individuals to help tutor adults enrolled in our ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) classes! Come volunteer with us for a semester, and you'll...- Develop valuable teaching and communication skills;- Le . . .

When: Feb 12, 2016 12 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 12 Feb 2016 00 )
Children's Public Program Volunteer - Powisset Farm
Sponsored by: Charles River Valley
Minimum age: 10
Opportunity Overview:The Trustees is looking for an enthusiastic person to facilitate childrens public programs and events at Powisset Farm during school vacation week and potentially at other times during the year. Powisset Farm hosts a variety of programs for children and our Public Program Vol . . .

When: Apr 21, 2016 8 AM in Dover, Massachusetts (Thu, 21 Apr 2016 08 )
Dance and Run with Kids at Playspace
Sponsored by: Our Space Our Place, Inc.
Minimum age: 19
Our space Our Place, Inc. provides an after school and career exploration to youth who are blind. On the second Saturday of the month we meet at BU gym to participate in a dance class and some fun activities. In November we will scale the rock wall and in December, we will try out some of the exerci . . .

When: Feb 13, 2016 10 AM in Brighton, Massachusetts (Sat, 13 Feb 2016 10 )
Children's Public Program Volunteer - Powisset Farm
Sponsored by: Charles River Valley
Minimum age: 10
Opportunity Overview:The Trustees is looking for an enthusiastic person to facilitate childrens public programs and events at Powisset Farm during school vacation week and potentially at other times during the year. Powisset Farm hosts a variety of programs for children and our Public Program Vol . . .

When: Apr 19, 2016 8 AM in Dover, Massachusetts (Tue, 19 Apr 2016 08 )
Cradles to Crayons Inaugural Summit on Poverty
Putting Families First: Organizations working together to connect families with essential resources and support paths out of poverty Wednesday, March 9, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM (EST)-Add to Calendar Boston University - George Sherman Union. 775 Commonwealth Avenue. Boston, MA 02215 -View Map Hear from experts on the issue of poverty and share challenges and solutions with other mission-driven nonprofit professionals. This inaugural workshop-based summit offers engaging professional development opportunities, a variety of session topics for different experience levels, and more than 30 exhibitors showcasing local services and products to help you better serve families in need. For more information, contact Manager of Partner Relations, Kylee K. North at knorth@cradlestocrayons.org or 617-779-4727.Space is limited. Schedule & Workshop Details 8am Registration,Breakfast, Networking, and Exhibitors 8:30am Welcome and Kickoff:Dr. Rene Boynton-Jarrett, Associate Professor,Boston University School of Medicine; Executive Director,Vital Village Community Engagement Network; Pediatrician,Boston Medical Center 9:15am WorkshopsSession 1 Amy Brinn, Senior Trainer and Facilitator at Parenting Journey:The Importance of Promoting Resiliancy: A step by step guide for the social worker This is a hands on, experiential workshop that will explore the specific traits and approaches that build resilience in children, as well as strategies for building and strengthening those traits. This workshop will be relevant for participants in their work, as well as for themselves and their own children. Arani Kajenthira Grindle, Senior Consultant FSG, Inc.:Collaborating for Social Change: The how and why of collective impact We all recognize that the burdens of poverty and inequality in our community are only increasing. Yet building productive partnerships, particularly among organizations and individuals from different socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds, can be incredibly challenging. The collective impact model offers a structured approach to multi-sector collaboration that unites stakeholders with different perspectives around a shared vision and common goals. Boston Healthcare for the Homeless: TBA 10:30am WorkshopsSession 2 Al Race, Chief Knowledge Officer and Deputy Director of the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University:The Brain Architecture Game: A look at toxic stress and the impact on early childhood development The Brain Architecture Game is a tabletop game experience that builds understanding of the powerful role of experiences on early brain developmentwhat promotes it, what derails it, with what consequences for society. Players leave with an understanding that the architecture of the brain is built starting in the earliest years of life, and that experiences shape the structure for better or worse. A facilitated discussion concludes the game and establishes a strong, shared frame for productive conversations on a range of early childhood issues, policies, and programs. The shared concepts and vocabulary help people focus on shared, civic responsibility for creating the environments in which young children develop. Joanne Goldblum, M.S.W., Executive Director, National Diaper Bank Network andSusan Van Ness, Director of Programs, National Diaper Bank Network:Basic Needs Informed Care: The myth of self-sufficiency This interactive workshop will offer a brief introduction to collective impact and its five conditions, describe the necessary mindset shifts for successful collaboration, and offer concrete examples from community-led coalitions working to improve early childhood education and community health. Workshop participants will have ample opportunity to reflect, ask questions, and also learn from each other as we work together and discuss constructive and inclusive ways to build trust and create joint ownership and accountability among community members to foster more sustainable social change. Mark Winne, Author, Speaker, and Consultant on Food Systems and Food Insecurity:Hunger and Inequality: Understanding the problem will help us find the answer There is a long and convoluted history of initiatives designed to address food insecurity, obesity and food access in the U.S. Too many of them have only limited success. This is because they have not examined the role of poverty, social and economic environments as causes. This workshop will take a hard look at this history as well as the most commonly used methods to address these issues. From a local and community perspective we will use an interactive discussion to consider how a collective impact model -- one that leverages all the resources of a community -- can be used to understand the problem and find the right answer. Hope Worden Kenefick and Dawn Baxter:Program Evaluation for NonProfits: The basics This session is intended for those who are interested in (or perhaps intimidated by) program evaluation. We will describe the importance and benefits of program evaluation and the reluctance of some nonprofits to engage in it, as well as the different types of evaluation and data collection methods, and how to create SMART objectives and use a logic model to aid in program planning. Lisa DeAngelis:Building Collaborations Begins with Shared Interest Brief introduction to the work of the center and the importance of building purposeful relationships to address issues. Exercise: In pairs, each person will share information about themselves and then identify at least one way that they might leverage the interests of their partner. This process will be repeated and each participant will then document their action plan. Finally, collectively we will debrief the session. 12pm Lunch, Phyllis Yale Impact Award, and Keynote Speaker:Marylou Sudders, Secretary of the Executive Office of Health and Human Services,Commonwealth of Massachusetts; Former CEO,Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children 1:15pm WorkshopsSession 3 Joanne Goldblum, M.S.W., Executive Director, National Diaper Bank Network andSusan Van Ness, Director of Programs, National Diaper Bank Network:Basic Needs Informed Care: The myth of self-sufficiency This interactive workshop will offer a brief introduction to collective impact and its five conditions, describe the necessary mindset shifts for successful collaboration, and offer concrete examples from community-led coalitions working to improve early childhood education and community health. Workshop participants will have ample opportunity to reflect, ask questions, and also learn from each other as we work together and discuss constructive and inclusive ways to build trust and create joint ownership and accountability among community members to foster more sustainable social change. Arani Kajenthira Grindle, Sr. Consultant FSG, Inc.:Collaborating for Social Change: The how and why of collective impact We all recognize that the burdens of poverty and inequality in our community are only increasing. Yet building productive partnerships, particularly among organizations and individuals from different socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds, can be incredibly challenging. The collective impact model offers a structured approach to multi-sector collaboration that unites stakeholders with different perspectives around a shared vision and common goals. Mark Winne,Author, Speaker, and Consultant on Food Systems and Food Insecurity:Food Systems and Food Councils: Building a bigger tent for change There are now over 200 food policy councils across the U.S. including locations in Massachusetts. These and other forms of food system collaboration are bringing together numerous stakeholders to plan and implement programs and policies that will ensure access that will ensure access to healthy and affordable food for all. This workshop will take a closer look at how these councils are developed, managed and what they have achieved. Additionally, public policies that promote access to healthy food will also be examined. 2:30pm Closing RemarksandCall to Action FAQs What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? Directions and parking for George Sherman Union at Boston University can be found here:https://www.bu.edu/gsu/location.html Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? For day-of information and logistics, please contact Special Events Marcom Coordinator Andrea Rhoads at arhoads@cradlestocrayons.org For more information about the Summit content or Cradles to Crayons, please contact Manager of Partner Relations Kylee K. North at knorth@cradlestocrayons.org Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Please bring your printed ticket to the event. You will need it to confirm your registration. What is the refund policy? Registration is non-refundable. The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay? Yes, we understand that a registrant may not be able to attend unexpectedly. Please have the new attendee bring their IDalong with the registrant's printed ticket.

When: Mar 9, 2016 8 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 09 Mar 2016 08 )
Volunteer at Science Day 2016
Sponsored by: Our Space Our Place, Inc.
Minimum age: 21
Come help out with Our Space Our Place's Science Day! Volunteers will help to facilitate and to support 40 youth who are blind full participation in science experiments and their interactions with scientists who are blind. Volunteers will be at the different experiment tables assisting the stude . . .

When: Mar 12, 2016 12 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sat, 12 Mar 2016 12 )
Dance and Run with Kids at Playspace
Sponsored by: Our Space Our Place, Inc.
Minimum age: 19
Our space Our Place, Inc. provides an after school and career exploration to youth who are blind. On the second Saturday of the month we meet at BU gym to participate in a dance class and some fun activities. In November we will scale the rock wall and in December, we will try out some of the exerci . . .

When: Apr 9, 2016 10 AM in Brighton, Massachusetts (Sat, 09 Apr 2016 10 )
Help Boston Public School students - Become an Academic Mentor!
Sponsored by: Boston Partners in Education
Minimum age: 18
Boston Partners in Education is gearing up for the new year!Were seeking out members from our community to volunteer and become academic mentors in the Boston Public Schools!Academic mentors support K-12 students during the school day, one-on-one or in small groups. They help in reading, writing . . . . . .

When: Feb 12, 2016 8 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 12 Feb 2016 08 )
Beginner Photography- Hanover, MA Only
Beginner Photography, Hanover Photography is about controlling light. Come and learn how to improve your images and picture taking techniques. Offered monthly, the Basic Photography Class is a two-session lecture and hands-on interactive workshop, teaching how to use the basic camera controls; and adjusting aperture, shutter speed and ISO settings to get a proper exposure. Also covered is using aperture for depth-of-field (controlling whats in focus in the background); stopping action with shutter speed settings; selecting the correct White Balance for color correction management. In the second session, we pull it all together with an individual practical exercise using all of the elements presented during the training session. Bring your camera with a fully charged battery. This signup is specifically for our Hanover, Massachusetts location.

When: Mar 2, 2016 6 PM in Hanover, Massachusetts (Wed, 02 Mar 2016 18 )
ServiceWorks Volunteer Training
Sponsored by: Boston Cares
Minimum age: 18
ServiceWorks, powered by Boston Cares in partnership with AmeriCorps, the Citi Foundation and Points of Light, is a groundbreaking, national program that engages 16-24 year olds in Skill Building, Volunteering, and Success Coaching as strategies to help address barriers to youth economic opportunity . . .

When: Mar 3, 2016 6 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Thu, 03 Mar 2016 18 )
TeamWorks-Mock Interviews w/ ESOL students at YMCA International Learning Center
Sponsored by: YMCA International Learning Center
Minimum age: 18
Individual calendar volunteers are welcome to sign up for this opportunity. We are still looking for a few more members to join the Snowflake Sampler Team for Winter TeamWorks! Please email Orlaith Duggan, oduggan@bostoncares.org if you are able to join the team. Address: 3 Center Plaza, 9th Floor . . . . . .

When: Feb 18, 2016 12 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Thu, 18 Feb 2016 12 )
Horse leaders, side walkers, and barn volunteers wanted!
Sponsored by: BINA Farm Center
Minimum age: 14
The BINA Farm Center (BFC) brings together those with and without special needs by offering a variety of inclusive enrichment programs that will ultimately help them thrive personally and to make their best contribution towards the communities they live in and the society at large.BFC is committed t . . .

When: Feb 12, 2016 12 AM in Lexington, Massachusetts (Fri, 12 Feb 2016 00 )
February Vacation Week Assistant Weir River Farm
Sponsored by: Greater Hingham Area
Minimum age: 18
Opportunity OverviewThe Trustees is seeking an enthusiastic volunteer to help support our February Vacation Week programs at the Weir River Farm in Hingham. As a pilot program, this is an exciting opportunity for someone experienced in engaging children in a variety of programs. February Vacation We . . .

When: Feb 19, 2016 9 AM in Hingham, Massachusetts (Fri, 19 Feb 2016 09 )
PressPlayBoston (All-Ages)
PressPlayBoston at Hyatt Regency Boston (Downtown) (All-Ages Event) ALL PASSES ALLOW YOU TO MEET ALL THE TALENT ALL-ACCESS/TALENT PASS 1030a-430p ULTIMATE PASS 1100a-430p FAN PASS 1200p-430p GENERAL PASS 1p-430p PARENT PASSES ARE 30 (MUST ACCOMPANY A PAID TICKET) ALL ADVERTISED TALENTS WILL BE AT ALL MEET + GREETS ALL TICKETS INCLUDE CONCERT HYATT REGENCY BOSTON (COPY and PASTE LINK) https://resweb.passkey.com/go/pressplay PressPlayBOSTON - SATURDAY, MARCH 12TH Christian Akridge @christianleave Michael Mancari @sighmike Wes Tucker @imactuallywes Jonah Marais @jonahmarais Too Turnt Tina (Tina Woods) @tooturnttina Drew Phillips @drewphillips__ Joey Kidney @joeykidney Taylor Baxter @itstaylorbaxter Alex Reininga @alex_reininga Chase Goehring @chasegoehring Dakota Brooks @imdakotabrooks Cody Ryle @codyryle Cody Herbinko @murderized Andrew Quo @andrewquo PressPlay LIVE CONCERT Christian Akridge @christianleave Wes Tucker @imactuallywes Jonah Maraid @jonahmarais Chase Goehring @chasegoehring Alex Reininga @alex_reininga PressPlay Special Guests Enya @en_jajaja Mikey Barone @mikeybarone **WE UPDATE THE LINEUP AS TALENT IS ADDED! QUESTIONS - helpdesk@pressplay.co FAQ: Can Your Parents Come With You: Parent Passes Are $25. A Parent Does Not Have To Accompany You. We Just Want It To Be Affordable To Parents To Attend. Can I Purchase A PressPlay Ticket Anywhere Else? No. We Are With EventBrite and Tixr. Do Not Buy A Ticket From Anywhere Else. Is The Venue All Ages? The, the venue is a 5,200 Hotel Ballroom. The hotel is located in Boston, MA at the Hyatt Regency Boston Hotel. There is a fee for parking at the hotel. The ballroom is a 100% safe venue. You may leave the venue for food, drink or to use the bathroom. Parking: The Hotel Charges For Parking What Can I Bring To The Event: No OutSide Prepared Foods. The Talent Requests That You Do Not Bring Them Candy. Can I Bring My Own Camera? Yes, you may bring your own camera. We assume no risk with your property. Do I Have To Bring My Ticket To The Event? Yes, you either need to bring a printed ticket or your mobile device. What Is Your Refund Policy? We Do Not Offer Refunds. We will consider ticket exchanges or credit for future shows. Other Questions: Email - helpdesk@pressplay.co We Will Get Back To You In 4-6 hours.

When: Mar 12, 2016 10 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sat, 12 Mar 2016 10 )
D.A.R.T. Information Session
Sponsored by: Boston Cares
Minimum age: 18
Members new and old!Please join us to learn more about the Boston Cares Disaster Action Recovery Team (D.A.R.T.). The goal of D.A.R.T. is to train and engage volunteers in the basics of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery. We will discuss upcoming training and volunteer opportunities, as w . . .

When: Feb 23, 2016 6 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Tue, 23 Feb 2016 18 )

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