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Mount Auburn Hospital’s 81st Annual Thursday Morning TalksCambridge, $
Thu, January 26, 2017  -  Thu, February 23, 2017   
The 2017 Thursday morning talks series will feature experts who cover a wide variety of topics including: art, psychology, history, genealogy, and challenges to our democracy.
Breakfast and Talk with Cary Aufseeser / GenealogyWaltham, $
Sun, January 29, 2017  -  Sun, January 29, 2017   
Getting Started with Jewish Genealogy In this introductory talk, Cary will share tips on how you can: Research your roots Locate records of your ancestors Learn the most important websites Access resources in Metro Boston
Strategic Leadership for Innovative Teams Workshop by MITCambridge, $$
Tue, January 31, 2017  -  Tue, January 31, 2017   
Insightful three-hour workshop led by David Nino from MIT's premier Benard M. Gordon Engineering Program, aimed at helping leaders inspire and carry through lasting and impactful innovation among organizational teams.
Dr. Anthony Rao to Speak on “Raising Boys in the Digital AgeNewton, Free
Wed, February 1, 2017  -  Wed, February 1, 2017   
Dr. Anthony Rao’s presentation, “Raising Boys in the Digital Age” will provide insights on when technology can be helpful and when it can be harmful throughout a boy’s development
Looking Back in Time with Bob Frishman: Timekeeping and TimeAndover, $
Thu, February 2, 2017  -  Thu, February 2, 2017   
A history of clocks and watches in New England from the Mayflower to the late 19th century. Informal appraisals offered for small clocks or watches.
Travel & Taste: Beyond Big BendNatick, $
Thu, February 2, 2017  -  Thu, February 2, 2017   
Southwestern Texas is known for wide open spaces, cattle ranches and even a well known National Park, but just outside the borders of Big Bend there are still many things to see.
Summer Camp Info SessionBelmont, Free
Thu, February 16, 2017  -  Thu, February 16, 2017   
Join us to learn more about the exciting and enriching summer camp options at Belmont Day. We offer general and specialty camp programs for children entering pre-k to grade nine from June 19 to September 1, 2017.
Travel & Taste: Wilds of AlaskaNatick, $
Thu, February 16, 2017  -  Thu, February 16, 2017   
From spring through fall of 2016, photographers Ed and Janet drove to Alaska and back, spending over 2 months exploring. Join us for a photo journey through our northern most state.
Travel & Taste: Clipperton AtollNatick, $
Thu, March 9, 2017  -  Thu, March 9, 2017   
Remote and isolated, uninhabited and forbidden, Clipperton Atoll is located in the Pacific Ocean. Join us for views of the wild inhabitants, from birds to sharks, of this remarkable place.
Mill Talk: The Story of Marshmallow FluffWaltham, Free
Wed, March 22, 2017  -  Wed, March 22, 2017   
This Mill Talk by Mimi Graney, author of 'Fluff: The Sticky-Sweet Story of an American Icon,' will explore the history of Marshmallow Fluff and the company and people that made it.
Travel & Taste: GalapagosNatick, $
Thu, March 23, 2017  -  Thu, March 23, 2017   
The Galápagos Islands, off the coast of South America, are like nowhere else, a living laboratory of evolution, documented by Darwin in 1835. Join us for a visual tour of this amazing place.
Prenatal Support GroupJamaica Plain, Free
Wed, March 20, 2019  -  Wed, March 20, 2019   
The Prenatal Support group is a forum to bring expectant parents together to discuss concerns, challenges, and experiences related to pregnancy. This group is a place to share ideas, ask questions, acquire information, and discuss the range of emotions that you may feel...


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