Boston Creates

Do not miss out in this opportunity to impact Arts and Culture in Boston

Show your Art!!!


For the Blue Hill Avenue Station On-line Submission, please visit:


For additional questions please contact Etty Padmodipoetro by 31 July 2015

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Let's Do Brunch

Come meet your neighbors!!!

2015 National Night Out

Come enjoy of a night full of entertaiment!!!

Mattahunt PUSH Academy

Looking for an affordable learning experience for your child?Looking for an affordable learning experience for your child?
Mattahunt PUSH Academy summer program is open to youth in 3rd - 7th grades. PUSH Academy offers a safe and enriching learning opportunity - where participants engage in subject based activities in the areas of math, reading-literacy, writing, and science. Youth will also participate in character and social development activities through technology, public speaking, field trips, college/career awareness and sports based development.
Please find flyer and application materials attached.
Please contact us at 617.635.5159 for more information. 
Applications can be dropped off at the Mattahunt Community Center | 100 Hebron Street  Mattapan, MA 02126
Check attachement for full application. 
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Attorney General's Community Action Hours

06/25/2015 - 4:00pm

Attorney General's Action Hours will be held on June 25, 2015 at the Yawkey Club of Roxbury, Boys and Girls Club. come with questions and concerns about consumer issues, foreclosure, insuance and more.

When: ThursdayJune 25, 215

Time: 5:00p

Location: Yawkey Club of Roxbury Boys and Girls Club 115 Warren Street Roxbury, MA 02119

Workshop for Home, Condo & Property Owners

Find out how you can weatherize your home and properties and save on your water costs. 
Owner will save immediately! 
Special deals for landlords and condo owners 
Free and open to the public 
Light refreshements will be served | Raffle for energy-saving prizes
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BOSTON HOME CENTER- FREE- Homebuyer's Workshop

Homebuying 104: How to Buy a Foreclosed Property 

This free two-hour seminar includes information about the foreclosed property purchase process, legal issues, mortgage and property selection, and information about special home repair resources. > Read more

What are the benefits? 

• Decide if purchasing a foreclosed property is the right option for you
• Learn about the process involved – from choosing a home to picking the right mortgage
• Understand the legal issues involved in purchasing a foreclosed home
• Learn how to take advantage of available city resources for purchasing or repairing a foreclosed home 

Who is eligible? 

Anyone can sign up for Homebuying 104 

Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti as Oney Judge

09/10/2015 - 6:00pm
Oney "Ona" Judge was an enslaved African American servant on George Washington's plantation in Mount Vernon, Virginia. Professional storyteller Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti brings Oney to life and explores an alternative experience on the nation’s social, political, and economic development and examines how it contradicts the promise of America.
Ideal for older children though adults.
This program is presented as part of Revolutionary Boston, a citywide commemoration. To see a full list of programs, visit
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City of Boston Poet Laureate: Branch Visits

07/25/2015 - 2:00pm
Danielle Legros Georges was appointed Boston’s Poet Laureate in December 2014. This summer she will be holding visiting hours at several Boston Public Library branches. If you are a poet seeking feedback on your creative efforts, please bring your poems and drop by to meet and discuss your work with her.
WHEN: Saturday, July 25, 2 – 4 p.m.
WHERE: Mattapan Branch, 1350 Blue Hill Avenue, Mattapan
Danielle Legros Georges teaches at Lesley University in the Creative Arts and Learning Division. She was born in Haiti and grew up in Boston’s Haitian community in Mattapan. She’s the author of a collection of poems entitled Maroon, and her work has also been published in a variety of other publications including Agni, The Boston Globe, Callaloo, Black Renaissance Noire, and The American Poetry Review.
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