Clear Audience at the Mandorla Music Series
Nov
18
8:00 PM20:00

Clear Audience at the Mandorla Music Series

Couldn't be happier about welcoming Clear Audience back for what has become an annual pre-Thanksgiving show. They released their third album, Closer and Further, earlier this year, another strong entry in the Clear Audience catalog. Boston jazz fans know these ubiquitous four individually; if you haven't experienced the synergy that happens when they're together, now's the time.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/125472211392780/
Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3052718

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Kevin Harris Project: Celebrating Thelonious Monk
Oct
21
8:00 PM20:00

Kevin Harris Project: Celebrating Thelonious Monk

Very excited to welcome pianist Kevin Harris back to Mandorla Music. His past appearances have been dazzling & joyous (and sold out), and listeners always leave feeling like they've not only witnessed an incredible concert, but have been an active part of something very special. Kevin is very busy on the New York scene and maintains strong ties to Boston, where he lived for years and continues to teach at Berklee. For this concert, he'll celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Thelonious Monk, joined by a top shelf pair of collaborators: bassist John Lockwood and drummer Bob Gullotti of Boston free jazz institution The Fringe. $17.

For more information, check out the Facebook event page.

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Flatbread Benefit Night for Artisan's Asylum
Jul
25
5:00 PM17:00

Flatbread Benefit Night for Artisan's Asylum

Want to support Artisan's Asylum? All you have to do is eat some amazing flatbread from Flatbread Somerville!

From 5:00 pm to closing, $3.50 from each large pizza purchased and $1.75 from each small pizza purchased will be donated to Artisan's Asylum

No time to dine in? Takeout orders count too! No RSVP required. Reservations are recommended for parties of 8 or more. Please contact Flatbread Somerville directly to discuss reservations: 617-766-0552. Thank you to Flatbread for hosting us!

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Join Us to Get Real About Climate Change
Jun
26
6:00 PM18:00

Join Us to Get Real About Climate Change

If you want to get involved, please join us on June 26 to help map out Somerville's climate change plan, called Somerville Climate Forward. This plan seeks to significantly reduce Somerville's carbon emissions and make preparations for the already-occurring effects of climate change. This event will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. at the East Somerville Community School, 50 Cross St.

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Union Square Neighborhood Council Meeting
Jun
21
7:00 PM19:00

Union Square Neighborhood Council Meeting

The redevelopment that will transform our neighborhood is just beginning. Residents, business people, and city officials have been working together to plan a Neighborhood Council to influence this transformation. Join the conversation about the establishment of the Neighborhood Council. For more information: http://unionsquareneighborhoodcouncil.org/

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Free Training for Healthcare Jobs
Jun
20
3:00 PM15:00

Free Training for Healthcare Jobs

Somerville-based Partners HealthCare is offering a free eight-week training program for those interested in pursuing entry-level work in Partners hospitals. This full-time training program includes four weeks of classroom instruction and four weeks of hands-on experience-building with an internship.

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Flag Day Celebrations
Jun
17
10:00 AM10:00

Flag Day Celebrations

Somerville is home to the first American flag, or at least one of them. The Grand Union Flag was flown by George Washington on Jan. 1, 1776, to rally the fledgling Continental Army. The history of this flag is complex and interesting, and the flag remains a centerpiece of Somerville's historical identity. This year, Somerville celebrates its 175th birthday as an independent city (it was part of Charlestown until 1842), and there is a special event to commemorate the Grand Union Flag. 

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Support Fair Housing
Jun
13
6:00 PM18:00

Support Fair Housing

Somerville's Housing Division is working on an assessment of fair housing in the city. To help learn more about residents' experiences with fair housing, Welcoming and Inclusive Neighborhoods Somerville (WINS) was launched. Right now, WINS is seeking feedback on your housing experiences. Visit the WINS website to take a survey and learn more about fair housing policies. To continue to this conversation, WINS has scheduled a meeting about this topic. Join us for that meeting!

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14th Annual Save Our Homes Walk
Jun
11
1:30 PM13:30

14th Annual Save Our Homes Walk

Each year, the Save Our Homes Walk to Prevent Homelessness in Somerville raises thousands of dollars to help Somerville families avoid eviction and stay in their homes. The 2017 Walk is Sunday, June 11 at 2pm and will cover 5 kilometers (3.1 miles), beginning and ending at Somerville High School. The Walk route will pass several landmarks that relate to affordable housing in Somerville.
 

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Aux Plaisirs, aux Délices: A Springtime Soirée
May
22
8:00 PM20:00

Aux Plaisirs, aux Délices: A Springtime Soirée

Long & Away invites you to a delightful soirée to welcome spring! Sip wine, nibble cheese, and delight in 17th-century French music for viols, voice, and theorbo. The evening includes gorgeous consorts by Moulinie, Dumont and Charpentier; divine airs de cour by Lambert and Guedron; and luscious instrumental works by Lully and Sainte-Colombe. You are invited to bring your own beverages; some wine and snacks will be available.

Karen Burciaga, Jane Hershey, Anne Legene, Carol Lewis, James Williamson, violas da gamba; with special guests Elise Groves, soprano, and Nathaniel Cox, theorbo

$10 suggested donation

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Porchfest
May
13
12:00 PM12:00

Porchfest

For one weekend every year, bands and musicians are able to rise up from their basements and practice spaces to play sets on the front porches of Somerville. PorchFest, a sprawling music festival in Somerville now in its seventh year, will happen on Saturday starting at noon.

Come and enjoy music in Union Square from 12-2pm! Stop by the farmers market then head on over to the porches. Full schedule can be found here.

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