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Announcements from the Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement – April 19, 2019

MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES 2019 BCYF SUMMER GRANTS NOW AVAILABLE FOR LOCAL AGENCIES Grants Will Support Summer Programming for Youth BOSTON – Friday, April 19, 2019 -Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF) have announced the

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James & the Giant Peach Now Open! Special Family Holiday Discount Tickets This Weekend!

James & the Giant Peach Now Open Special 1pm Matinees This Week! We opened Roald Dahl’s James & the Giant Peach this past weekend to lively audiences. The production runs through May 12, and this week (April school vacation) we

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Coming Soon: Rozzie Reads Poetry April 25th

Rozzie Reads Poetry and Open Mic Thursday, April 25th, 20197 pm to 9 pmRoslindale House, Community Room, 120 Poplar Street parking on Poplar and Hawthorne Streets, in unnumbered spacesand at rear of the building a free event, contributions voluntary, refreshments

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Green New Deal Town Hall event

SO exciting to invite you to join us this SATURADAY, @ 3 PM, we welcome Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley & Rev. Mariama White-Hammond to our Green New Deal Town Hall! Sponsors: Climate Justice Alliance, 350 Mass, 350 Mass Boston, Boston Clean Energy Coalition, Boston Extinction Rebellion,

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FAFSA Assistance Scholarship Information Flyer

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Friday Nights are for Families – All Tickets $20

Behind the Scenes: Costumes! Spend a Scrumdiddlyumptious week with us! Join us for April School Vacation Week, April 15-19th, and enter the wild and wacky world of Roald Dahl! Students will attend a matinee performance of the musical James and the Giant Peach and to be inspired to unlease their

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Driverless Vehicle Discussion

Saturday, May 4 | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Join us and share your voice on driverless vehicles in a discussion entitled Our Driverless Futures.   Breakfast, lunch and a cash stipend provided. For more information and to apply go

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April Break Line-up: Smallfoot 4-D, Cambridge Science Festival, Earth Week and More!

“Cuba is so unique and fascinating. A world unto itself.” —Director Peter Chang The reviews are coming in. “The film threads information about Cuba’s history and culture through three different story lines,” Celina Colby writes for The Bay State Banner. “These

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Families Creating Together: April Activities

Dear FCT Family,It’s officially Spring!  We’re sorry to have missed sending our monthly newsletter in March, but we’re back in full force for April.  It’s Deaf History Month – check out the Boston Public Library’s “Memoirs of Hearing Loss” reading list,

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April at the JFK Library

Hello, “With a prolonged government shutdown and mild winter behind us, the staff of the John F. Kennedy Library and Kennedy Library Foundation are excited for the Spring’s activities and events. Museum visitors from around the globe are arriving in

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