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  1. Caregiver Support Group: Practicing to Reduce Caregiver Stress

    May 23, 2019, 11:00 AM

    Discussion of two helpful and important tools to reduce the caregiver stress in your life, anytime and anywhere you want. These are expressive journal writing and the practice of Yoga. This will offer you quiet uninterrupted time to utilize these helpful tools.

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  2. New Art Class and Studio

    May 23, 2019, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    Art offers another wonderful opportunity for creative and social connections. We welcome Hilary Celentano as she shares her artistic talents and teaches a new art class and studio. The first hour will focus on a specific topic, starting with pencil sketching. The next two hours will be studio time where students can stay and work on their own projects or participate in a community piece. The first hour costs $3.00 and students provide their own materials. The studio time costs $2.00 and if working on the group project, materials will be provided. Hilary will remain available throughout the studio time for assistance.

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  3. Ambrose Elementary Greens Group brings spring salads to A Tavola and Bistro 5

    May 23, 2019, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ A Tavola (Winchester) Bistro 5 (Medford)

    Please join us at A Tavola (Winchester) and Bistro 5 (Medford) to taste spring salads grown and served by the Ambrose Elementary Greens Group! Under the guidance of Chef Vittorio Ettore, students prep the school garden, plant 8 varieties of lettuce (like arugula, mizuna, tatsoi), harvest them, and serve their beautiful salads. This after-school program exposes kids to the fundamentals of horticulture. It teaches them to make healthy and happy connections through food and nature, foster a respect for fresh ingredients, and pride in work. And so much digging in dirt! All salad sale proceeds go to the Ambrose School garden and Greens Group program. Please join us for dinner! Reservations recommended.

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  4. Ambrose Elementary Greens Group brings spring salads to A Tavola and Bistro 5

    May 23, 2019, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ A Tavola (Winchester) Bistro 5 (Medford)

    Please join us at A Tavola (Winchester) and Bistro 5 (Medford) to taste spring salads grown and served by the Ambrose Elementary Greens Group! Under the guidance of Chef Vittorio Ettore, students prep the school garden, plant 8 varieties of lettuce (like arugula, mizuna, tatsoi), harvest them, and serve their beautiful salads. This after-school program exposes kids to the fundamentals of horticulture. It teaches them to make healthy and happy connections through food and nature, foster a respect for fresh ingredients, and pride in work. And so much digging in dirt! All salad sale proceeds go to the Ambrose School garden and Greens Group program. Please join us for dinner! Reservations recommended.

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  5. Annual Brennan Lecture--Dr. Robert Legvold: The Changing Dynamics of U.S. & Russian Relations

    May 23, 2019, 6:30 PM

    Dr. Legvold has focused his career on the foreign policies of Russia, Ukraine and the other new states of the former Soviet Union; U.S. relations with the post-Soviet states; and the impact of the post-Soviet region on the international politics of Asia and Europe. Dr. Legvold received his Ph.D. from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in 1967. He served on the faculty at Tufts, as Senior Fellow and Director of the Soviet Studies Project at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, and the Director of The Harriman Institute, Columbia University. He was project director for “Rethinking U.S. Policy toward Russia” at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences where he is currently co-director of “Meeting the Challenges of a New Nuclear Age". He is also director of the “Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative," and the Marshall D. Shulman Professor Emeritus in the Department of Political Science at Columbia, where he specialized in the international relations of the post-Soviet states.

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  6. Ceramics Paint Night with Ceramica Paint Studio

    May 23, 2019, 6:30 PM

    Choose from a selection of unique and hand-selected pottery items and a variety of colors to inspire your imagination. Ceramica staff will provide artistic support to help you create a beautiful piece of work — your assignment is to sit back, have fun with your friends and paint! High-quality and long-lasting, your pottery will be fired at their studio and ready for you to pick up at the Jenks Center 5-7 days later. Registration required and space limited. Items to paint range in price from $10-$20. CASH only please! Sponsored by a generous grant from The Cummings Foundation

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