Table at - or merely attend - the Mission Hill Health and Fitness Fair - May 20th - 11 am to 2 pm
A number of environmental and health groups will table!
7th ANNUAL MISSION HILL HEALTH & WELLNESS FAIR
on SATURDAY, MAY 20, 11am-2pm.
It's a free event for everyone! FREE FOOD available!
Many helpful health and wellness organizations will table. Active children will have a bounce house and pony rides.
There will be dance performances, chair massages, free health screenings at the HMS/Family Van, free skin cancer screening on the Blum Van, and sign up to get your mammogram at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) Mammogram Van.
There will be[masked] tablers, free food, and much more. To volunteer, contact the hosts - Mission Hill Health Movement - [masked] and[masked] - ASAP - volunteers needed for all day on Saturday from 9 am onward until 3 pm.
Sheehy Park on Mission Hill
1545 Tremont Street, Mission Hill, Intersection of Tremont and Smith Streets Mission Hill, Intersection of Tremont and Smith Streets · Roxbury, MA
First day of Spring and a start of a new season for Alternative Energy Supporters.
Let's do lunch !
Moe's is a fresh ingredient , South Western cuisine.
We as a group can decide where in the area is a better location for later regular meetings.
The location is near routes 2 and 495 in Littleton, Mass.
How To Register
Please RSVP at http://dirtyenergy.eventbrite.com (http://dirtyenergy.eventbrite.com/).
About the Event
We all know that power plants emit toxic fumes, which cause undesirable health affects, but there are numerous other sources and effects of pollution that many people are unaware of. Join us for an exciting webinar to uncover the mysteries behind the science in dirty energy.
About The Speaker
B. D. Erickson II is the CEO of Satic USA and Blue Planet Solar. Having started four successful companies, he's excited and passionate about Satic's product line and business model with plans for growth in American manufacturing. B.D.'s main focus at Satic is to create an advanced line of clean energy devices that are made in the USA. B.D. is also a great speaker who enjoys motivating and educating with live presentations.
About the Sponsor
CREW Energy is a public benefit corporation that helps its customers get affordable green energy solutions while helping its team members as active stakeholders in its company.
Learn more about CREW's solar energy offerings at http://www.owntheswitch.com/solarinnovators .
To learn about opening your own green energy business with CREW with no upfront investment, visit jointhecrew.com/solarinnovators (http://mandrillapp.com/track/click/30837594/www.jointhecrew.com?p=eyJzIjoiSlU0TEdWazFnSEhTQmlZeUtFb1pfd1ZnZ3BrIiwidiI6MSwicCI6IntcInVcIjozMDgzNzU5NCxcInZcIjoxLFwidXJsXCI6XCJodHRwOlxcXC9cXFwvd3d3LmpvaW50aGVjcmV3LmNvbVxcXC8lMjVSRVBDT0RFJTI1XCIsXCJpZFwiOlwiOTgyY2EyNDM5MWJmNGI5NGEyMjE2MTdjMjBlNDlmNTJcIixcInVybF9pZHNcIjpbXCI4MjE0ODA2NmEyOTQzMDE2ODc1YTBmNzk4NDRmNGEyMjE3NGMyODgwXCJdfSJ9).
Learn about CREW's selection of "Dirty Electricity" Filters atshop.owntheswitch.com (http://shop.owntheswitch.com/).
SolarFest 2016 - 20th Consecutive year.
Enjoy all day Music, Arts, and Eco Friendly exhibits. Take home a wind turbine generator and a few Solar Panels.
SolarFest starts Friday afternoon, July 15th: 2:00 - 11:00 PM (gates open at noon) and continues all day on Saturday, July 16th: 9:00 AM - 11:00 PM (gates open at 8:00 AM)
SolarFest will utilize lecture and classroom facilities for workshops, the Arkell Pavilion auditorium and outdoor solar powered stages for musical performances, the botany trail and lush gardens to host Theater-in-the-Woods, fields and parking areas for exhibitors and vendor booths, and the beautiful wooded areas on the grounds for camping, including selected areas of the Sculpture Park.
See www.SolarFest.org (http://www.solarfest.org/) for more details. Please “Like” them on Facebook.
Southern Vermont Arts Center,
930 Southern Vermont Arts Center Dr, Manchester, VT 05254
See Ya There,
Southern Vermont Arts Center
930 Southern Vermont Arts Center Dr. · Manchester, NH
How to inexpensively supply all your electricity energy needs with $200 worth of supplies and your own garbage. These methodologies will be used in a crowdfunding project to develop Ukraine energy independence in order to free Ukraine from Russian domination. I want to start the project here as demonstrated proof of how it works. Eventually, another crowdfunding project will be created to start a manufacturing facility in Massachusetts. Please bring laptops for WiFi. We will start at Dunkin Donuts and then possibly proceed to private residence or Belmont Senior Center 1/2 mile away.
You can take 73 Bus from Harvard Square and get off across from Belmont Cinema and AR Market. Buses run every 20 minutes. Free parking if driving.
Join us for the Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts' (SBN) 5th Annual Local Craft Brewfest at the Moakley U.S. Courthouse located on the Boston waterfront - where the city meets the sea. Come taste, explore, socialize, and meet the people behind the brews. The event will showcase a variety local tastings of craft brews, spirits, cider & mead! Plus, delicious local food samples. While celebrating local brews, you will also savor live music by local musicians and enjoy one of Boston's finest harbor views. More than 80 local tastings and local food bites will be featured at the Local Craft Brewfest. It's a great opportunity to connect with brewers, distillers, and local eateries that are as passionate about local food as you are. Plus, enjoy free round trip rides offered to venue by Uber for new users!
A mixed-genre artistic collaboration created by Anna Myer and Dancers in association with North American Family Institute featuring dancers, poets, actors, and musicians from the Boston community.
The evening will conclude with an open, facilitated dialogue about race and identity with the producers, case and audience, as well as audience feedback about the show.
October 17 at 4.30 pm
October 18 at 4.00pm
October 19 at 4.00pm
October 24 at 8.00pm
October 25 at 4.00pm
October 26 at 4.00pm
Free for high school students on Friday October 17
$25 general admission
Tickets available online at www.hibernianhall.org or at the door. For more info call[masked]
For one spectacular day each year, the Sustainable Business Network of Mass transforms the Rose Kennedy Greenway and the City of Boston into the nation's largest local & sustainable food hub! Boston Local Food Festival is a free outdoor festival that showcases farmers, local restaurants, food trucks, specialty food producers, fisher folks, and organizations focusing on healthy food and fitness from New England. The festival also features lively chef & DIY demos, a seafood throwdown competition, diverse music and performances, family fun zone and more.
Festival goers learn about the benefits of sustainably grown and produced food, shop the market, eat delicious local restaurant food available for $6 or less, participate in fun, educational activities and exhibits, engage with top local chefs, and enjoy local music. Themed “Healthy Local Food for All”, the festival connects Massachusetts and New England eaters of all backgrounds with the abundance of fresh, nutritious local food choices available close to home.
The meetup location will be at the info booth in Zone three, between Milk St and East India Row
For more information, visit: Boston Local Food (http://bostonlocalfoodfestival.com/)