JP Concerts, Chinese folk dance, The State of Asian Women’s Health in Massachusetts, Elder volunteer property tax work-off program, Action for Boston Community Development, ParkARTS watercolor, Rose Garden Party, Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization, BCYF Snap Shot Teen Photography Program
Chinese American Vivian Shuh Ming Louie, professor at Harvard University and BCNC board member will read her new book Keeping the Immigrant Bargain at BCNC Wednesday, May 15.
Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence, GBCCA Chinese Music Ensembles, Shanghai Cancer Rehabilitation Club, Asian American & Pacific Islander Mental Health Forum, Quincy Lions Club 5K Run/Walk for Sight, WorldFest, Greater Boston Chinese Golden Age Center, Ford Hall Forum, Suffolk University, The Chinese-American Dream
The One Fund Boston and Administrator Kenneth Feinberg announced plans for two town hall meetings to share a draft distribution Protocol which is the outline of how initial funds will be distributed at the end of June and to solicit feedback from the public. The draft Protocol will be released this Monday morning, May 6, and copies will be made available at the meetings beginning that evening.
Mayor Menino Celebrates National Historic Preservation Month with Sustaining Boston’s Past: Old Places, New Ideas
Mayor Thomas M. Menino today announced the kickoff of Boston’s celebration of National Historic Preservation Month with a series of events highlighting the month’s theme, Sustaining Boston’s Past: Old Places, New Ideas. The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) and other local organizations will host more than fifty activities open to the public, including walking tours, exhibits, demonstrations and the 300th anniversary of the Old State House.
The City of Malden will be holding a free “Learn to Play Tennis” clinic on Saturday May 18th at the Amerige Park Tennis courts for children in grades 1-5. Participants can choose from one of two clinics; 10:00 AM-12:00 Noon or 12:00 Noon-2:00 PM.