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All groups and workshops are free.
Childcare is usually available if requested a few days in advance.
* Indicates Wheelchair-Accessible Groups.

February 2016 Calendar

February 1, Monday

  • 2:30-4:30pm Beading Group. Weekly. Come work on your own beading projects and socialize. All women welcome. No experience needed. Info: thebeadinggroup@gmail.com

    6:15-7:15pm Basic Yoga with Marilyn. Weekly, not meeting 2/15). Come restore and rejuvenate your body, mind and spirit. Women of all experience levels welcome (including beginners!). Please register by 4pm—space is limited. To RSVP or for more info: marilynregan58@gmail.com

    *7-8pm, Feminist Book Club. 1st Monday/month. Come discuss books of all kinds, through the lens of feminism and our own experiences. All perspectives encouraged and welcomed. This month’s book will be She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb. Info: jessicamchapman@ymail.com

February 2, Tuesday

  • *10-11:20am Voice Training: Private Voice Lessons (20 minutes each). Weekly, February 16-March 15. Led by Linda Balliro, private vocal instructor and Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music. Preregister for 5 consecutive lessons, 10-10:20am, 10:30-10:50am, or 11-11:20am.  In private sessions, you will learn specific tools and exercises to develop your tone, resonance and pitch control and you'll learn at least one song. Preregister by email at ballirostudio@gmail.com

    *11:30am-12:20pm Singing Class. Weekly through March 15. Open to all women. Join this class to discover how singing can provide you with another tool for healing. Current research in vocology is indicating that the vibrations of the vocal cords may be health-promoting, stimulating the pituitary and thyroid glands, stabilizing heart-rate, accelerating wound healing and promoting tissue growth (Dr. Ingo Titze, NCVS.org). In the singing class, you'll learn some of the same tools and strategies, and we'll learn 3 songs as a group. Complete beginner to advanced singers are welcome, all ages, all voice types. Preregister by email at ballirostudio@gmail.com
    Led by Linda Balliro, private vocal instructor and Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music, www.lindaballiro.com

    11am-1pm Healing through Art. Weekly. Come express and empower yourself and get in touch with your creativity! No experience necessary. All women welcome. Info: 617-354-6394 

    5:30-7pm. Mindfulness Meditation. Weekly, Come to de-stress, learn to have compassion for yourself, and find joy living in the present. Info: ashleyheacock@gmail.com

    6-7pm Creative Writing Group. Weekly. All levels welcome- no experience needed! We’ll focus mostly on writing memoir and the telling of our own stories but participants can also write about whatever they wish! Hope to see you there! Info: 269-779-2444, mbean@brandeis.edu
    "You own everything that happened to you. Tell your stories." -Anne Lamott.

February 3, Wednesday

  • 5:30-6:30pm Poetry Workshop (weekly, ending 2/17). Come find your poetic, creative voice at the Women’s Center’s own poetry workshop! Whether you love to write or you’ve never written poetry before, this workshop is suited for all levels of experience. We will explore work of women poets and write our own poetry about memory, taboos, objects, people in our lives and more! Gain tips on how to stay creative and keep writing beyond the workshop as well. For questions, more information or ideas, contact Isabelle at iparker@bennington.edu

February 4, Thursday

  • 10am-12pm Sewing Group. Weekly. This sewing group is open to all women who would like to sew with a machine or by hand. We will make or mend clothing, bags, quilts, etc. Questions/Info:  617-354-6394.

    1-2pm Yoga with Elise. Weekly, no meeting 2/25. Gain strength, flexibility, and confidence, and learn breathing techniques for stress management, relaxation and focus. Open to women of all experience levels. Please RSVP to eliselovezumba@yahoo.com (space limited).

    6-7pm Trauma Support/Discussion Group. Weekly, no meeting 2/25. An intimate group where women can share and get support for all forms of trauma, past and present. Info: groupcambridge@gmail.com

    *6:30-8pm Ladies, Let’s Talk About It - Women’s Narcotic Anonymous (NA) Meeting. Weekly. Support group for women recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. Info: 617-354-6394.

February 5, Friday

February 6, Saturday

  • 10:30-11:30am. Come for Breakfast! Come enjoy a delicious breakfast made by Marcy. Info: 617-354-6394.

    *11:30am-2:30pm  Mah Jongg. Weekly. Come and go anytime - each game takes about 20 minutes. Mah Jongg is a game of skill, strategy & luck! Enjoy cards, Sudoku, board games, or puzzles? You will likely love the American version of this exciting centuries-old game of Chinese tradition. Everyone is welcome! Come play or learn how to play and ENJOY! Info: carrieanne2e@gmail.com

February 7, Sunday
Closed

February 8, Monday

  • 2:30-4:30pm. Beading Group. Weekly. Come work on your own beading projects and socialize. All women welcome. No experience needed. Info: thebeadinggroup@gmail.com

    6:15-7:15pm Basic Yoga with Marilyn. Weekly, not meeting 2/15).  Come restore and rejuvenate your body, mind and spirit. Women of all experience levels welcome (including beginners!). Please register by 4pm—space is limited. To RSVP or for more info: marilynregan58@gmail.com

    *6-7:30pm, Annual/Community Meeting. Let’s share highlights of 2015 and ideas and hopes for 2016.
    All who identify as women are welcome. Light Refreshments provided. Info: 617-354-6394 or board@cambridgewomenscenter.org

February 9, Tuesday

  • *10-11:20am Voice Training: Private Voice Lessons (20 minutes each). Weekly, February 16-March 15. Led by Linda Balliro, private vocal instructor and Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music. Preregister for 5 consecutive lessons, 10-10:20am, 10:30-10:50am, or 11-11:20am.  In private sessions, you will learn specific tools and exercises to develop your tone, resonance and pitch control and you'll learn at least one song. Preregister by email at ballirostudio@gmail.com

    *11:30am-12:20pm Singing Class. Weekly through March 15. Open to all women. Join this class to discover how singing can provide you with another tool for healing. Current research in vocology is indicating that the vibrations of the vocal cords may be health-promoting, stimulating the pituitary and thyroid glands, stabilizing heart-rate, accelerating wound healing and promoting tissue growth (Dr. Ingo Titze, NCVS.org). In the singing class, you'll learn some of the same tools and strategies, and we'll learn 3 songs as a group. Complete beginner to advanced singers are welcome, all ages, all voice types. Led by Linda Balliro, private vocal instructor and Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music, Info: ballirostudio@gmail.com
    www.lindaballiro.com

    11am-1pm. Healing through Art. Weekly. Come express and empower yourself and get in touch with your creativity! No experience necessary. All women welcome. Info: 617-354-6394. 

    5:30-7:00pm Mindfulness Meditation. Weekly. Come to de-stress, learn to have compassion for yourself, and find joy by living in the present. No experience necessary. Info: ashleyheacock@gmail.com

    6-7pm Creative Writing Group. Weekly. All levels welcome- no experience needed! We’ll focus mostly on writing memoir and the telling of our own stories but participants can also write about whatever they wish! Hope to see you there! Info: 269-779-2444, mbean@brandeis.edu
    "You own everything that happened to you. Tell your stories." -Anne Lamott.

February 10, Wednesday

  • 2.30-4pm, Knitting and Crocheting. No experience needed. Info: trooks@college.harvard.edu

    5:30-6:30pm. Poetry Workshop. Weekly, last meeting 2/17. Come find your poetic, creative voice at the Women’s Center’s own poetry workshop! Whether you love to write or you’ve never written poetry before, this workshop is suited for all levels of experience. We will explore work of women poets and write our own poetry about memory, taboos, objects, people in our lives and more! Gain tips on how to stay creative and keep writing beyond the workshop as well. For questions, more information or ideas, contact Isabelle at iparker@bennington.edu         

February 11, Thursday

  • 10am-12pm Sewing Group. Weekly. This sewing group is open to all women who would like to sew with a machine or by hand. We will make or mend clothing, bags, quilts, etc. Info:  617-354-6394.

    1-2pm Yoga with Elise. Weekly, no meeting 2/25. Gain strength, flexibility, and confidence, and learn breathing techniques for stress management, relaxation and focus. Open to women of all experience levels. Please RSVP to eliselovezumba@yahoo.com (space limited).

    6-7pm Trauma Support/ Discussion Group. Weekly, no meeting 2/25. An intimate group where women can share and get support for all forms of trauma, past and present. Info: groupcambridge@gmail.com

    *6:30-8pm Ladies, Let’s Talk About It - Women’s Narcotic Anonymous (NA) Meeting. Weekly. Support group for women recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. Info: 617-354-6394.

February 12, Friday

  • No groups scheduled.
    *MIT VAGINA MONOLOGUES, 8pm. at MIT Stata Center (32 Vassar St, Cambridge). $7 ($5 for MIT students). Info: vagina-exec@mit.edu. Proceeds to benefit the Women’s Center!

February 13, Saturday

  • *11:30am-2:30pm  Mah Jongg. Weekly. Come and go anytime - each game takes about 20 minutes. Mah Jongg is a game of skill, strategy & luck! Enjoy cards, Sudoku, board games, or puzzles? You will likely love the American version of this exciting centuries-old game of Chinese tradition. Everyone is welcome! Come play or learn how to play and ENJOY! Info: carrieanne2e@gmail.com

    12-2pm. Healing through Creative Arts Workshop offered by the Survivor Theatre Project. Valentine-Making! For yourself, for people you choose to love, for the Universe... Come celebrate Valentine's Day with other survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Facilitated by Stacy Hannell and Cynthia Mochowski. Registration preferred by not required: email martharogersmusic@gmail.com  or call 978-408-9233. Walk-in participants welcome.

    *MIT VAGINA MONOLOGUES, 2/13, 8pm at MIT Stata Center (32 Vassar St, Cambridge). $7 ($5 for MIT students). Info: vagina-exec@mit.edu. Proceeds to benefit the Women’s Center!

February 14, Sunday
Closed

*MIT VAGINA MONOLOGUES, 2/14, 1pm at MIT Stata Center (32 Vassar St, Cambridge). $7 ($5 for MIT students). Info: vagina-exec@mit.edu. Proceeds to benefit the Women’s Center!

February 15, Monday

  • (Presidents’ Day – Women’s Center open 10am-8pm)
    2:30-4:30pm Beading Group. Weekly. Come work on your own beading projects and socialize. All women welcome. No experience needed. Info: thebeadinggroup@gmail.com

February 16, Tuesday

  • 10:30-11:30am Gentle Chair Yoga with Ieva. Explore breath, gentle movement and stretching for a sense of radiant health, relaxation and healing. This class is suitable for everyone. Please RSVP to ievaaldins@gmail.com (space is limited).

    *10-11:20am Voice Training: Private Voice Lessons (20 minutes each). Weekly, February 16-March 15. Led by Linda Balliro, private vocal instructor and Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music. Preregister for 5 consecutive lessons, 10-10:20am, 10:30-10:50am, or 11-11:20am.  In private sessions, you will learn specific tools and exercises to develop your tone, resonance and pitch control and you'll learn at least one song. Preregister by email at ballirostudio@gmail.com

    *11:30am-12:20pm Singing Class. Weekly through March 15. Open to all women. Join this class to discover how singing can provide you with another tool for healing. Current research in vocology is indicating that the vibrations of the vocal cords may be health-promoting, stimulating the pituitary and thyroid glands, stabilizing heart-rate, accelerating wound healing and promoting tissue growth (Dr. Ingo Titze, NCVS.org). In the singing class, you'll learn some of the same tools and strategies, and we'll learn 3 songs as a group. Complete beginner to advanced singers are welcome, all ages, all voice types. Led by Linda Balliro, private vocal instructor and Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music. Preregister by email at ballirostudio@gmail.com www.lindaballiro.com

    11am-1pm Healing through Art. Weekly. Come express and empower yourself and get in touch with your creativity! No experience necessary. All women welcome. Info: 617-354-6394.

    *12:30-1:30pm (3rd Tuesdays). All women are invited. Info: 617-354-6394

    5:30-7:00pm Mindfulness Meditation. Weekly. Come to de-stress, learn to have compassion for yourself, and find joy by living in the present. No experience necessary. Info: ashleyheacock@gmail.com

    6-7pm. Creative Writing Group. All levels welcome- no experience needed! We’ll focus mostly on writing memoir and the telling of our own stories but participants can also write about whatever they wish! Hope to see you there! Info: 269-779-2444, mbean@brandeis.edu
    "You own everything that happened to you. Tell your stories." -Anne Lamott.

February 17, Wednesday

  • 5:30-6:30pm  Poetry Workshop (last class) . Come find your poetic, creative voice at the Women’s Center’s own poetry workshop! Whether you love to write or you’ve never written poetry before, this workshop is suited for all levels of experience. We will explore work of women poets and write our own poetry about memory, taboos, objects, people in our lives and more! Gain tips on how to stay creative and keep writing beyond the workshop as well. For questions, more information or ideas, contact Isabelle at iparker@bennington.edu    

February 18, Thursday

  • 10am-12pm. Sewing Group. Weekly. This sewing group is open to all women who would like to sew with a machine or by hand. We will make or mend clothing, bags, quilts, etc. Info:  617-354-6394.

    1-2pm Yoga with Elise. Weekly, no meeting 2/25. Gain strength, flexibility, and confidence, and learn breathing techniques for stress management, relaxation and focus. Open to women of all experience levels. Please RSVP to eliselovezumba@yahoo.com (space limited).

    4:30-6pm  Free Monthly Legal Clinics with Casa Myrna (3rd Thursdays). Open to any woman looking for legal information or assistance who has been impacted by domestic violence (including physical abuse, threats, belittling, controlling behavior). Bring questions about your legal rights & responsibilities.  And learn general information to help you navigate the family law system. Questions? Please call Lola, 617-521-0146 for more info,  to request childcare, or to get free help with your situation.

    6-7pm Trauma Support/Discussion Group. Weekly, no meeting 2/25. An intimate group where women can share and get support for all forms of trauma, past and present. Info: groupcambridge@gmail.com

    *6:30-8pm Ladies, Let’s Talk About It - Women’s Narcotic Anonymous (NA) Meeting. Weekly. Support group for women recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. Info: 617-354-6394.

February 19, Friday

  • 6–7:30pm Incest Resources' Drop-In Discussion Group for Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. Topic: Triggers. Meet other survivors, share commonalities and coping strategies. Meets on the 3rd Fridays of the month, October through June. You need to come on time! No one will be admitted after 6:15 pm so that the group process will not be disrupted!

February 20, Saturday

  • 11:30am-2:30pm  Mah Jongg. Weekly. Come and go anytime - each game takes about 20 minutes. Mah Jongg is a game of skill, strategy & luck! Enjoy cards, Sudoku, board games, or puzzles? You will likely love the American version of this exciting centuries-old game of Chinese tradition. Everyone is welcome! Come play or learn how to play and ENJOY! Info: carrieanne2e@gmail.com

February 21, Sunday
Closed

February 22, Monday

  • 2:30-4:30pm. Beading Group. Weekly. Come work on your own beading projects and socialize. All women welcome. No experience needed. Info: thebeadinggroup@gmail.com

    6:15-7:15pm Basic Yoga with Marilyn. Weekly. Come restore and rejuvenate your body, mind and spirit. Women of all experience levels welcome (including beginners!). Please preregister by 4pm—space is limited. To RSVP or for more info: marilynregan58@gmail.com

February 23, Tuesday

  • 10:30-11:30am Gentle Chair Yoga with Ieva. Explore breathe, gentle movement and stretching for a sense of radiant health, relaxation and healing. This class is suitable for everyone. Please RSVP to ievaaldins@gmail.com (space is limited).

    *10-11:20am Voice Training: Private Voice Lessons (20 minutes each). Weekly, February 16-March 15. Led by Linda Balliro, private vocal instructor and Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music. Preregister for 5 consecutive lessons, 10-10:20am, 10:30-10:50am, or 11-11:20am.  In private sessions, you will learn specific tools and exercises to develop your tone, resonance and pitch control and you'll learn at least one song. Preregister by email at ballirostudio@gmail.com

    *11:30am-12:20pm Singing Class. Weekly through March 15. Open to all women. Join this class to discover how singing can provide you with another tool for healing. Current research in vocology is indicating that the vibrations of the vocal cords may be health-promoting, stimulating the pituitary and thyroid glands, stabilizing heart-rate, accelerating wound healing and promoting tissue growth (Dr. Ingo Titze, NCVS.org). In the singing class, you'll learn some of the same tools and strategies, and we'll learn 3 songs as a group. Complete beginner to advanced singers are welcome, all ages, all voice types. Led by Linda Balliro, private vocal instructor and Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music. Preregister by email at ballirostudio@gmail.com
    www.lindaballiro.com

    11am-1pm Healing through Art. Weekly. Come express and empower yourself and get in touch with your creativity! No experience necessary. All women welcome. Info: 617-354-6394.

    5:30-7:00pm Mindfulness Meditation. Weekly. Come to de-stress, learn to have compassion for yourself, and find joy by living in the present. No experience necessary. Info: ashleyheacock@gmail.com

    6-7:30pm Survival and Support: Women Coping With the Mental Illness of Loved Ones. This peer discussion group provides a sharing space for women to talk about the challenges of supporting a friend or family member living with mental illness. Sign-up/Info: cwcsurvivsupp@gmail.com 

    6-7pm Creative Writing Group. Weekly. All levels welcome- no experience needed! We’ll focus mostly on writing memoir and the telling of our own stories but participants can also write about whatever they wish! Hope to see you there! Info: 269-779-2444, mbean@brandeis.edu
    "You own everything that happened to you. Tell your stories." -Anne Lamott.

February 24, Wednesday

  • *11:00am-12:30pm Basic English/Spanish Conversation. Are you an English speaker interested in improving your Spanish? ¿Hablas español  y estás interesada en mejorar tu inglés? Join in conversation. Info: womenspanishenglishclass@hotmail.com

February 25, Thursday

  • 10am-12pm Sewing Group. Weekly. This sewing group is open to all women who would like to sew with a machine or by hand. We will make or mend clothing, bags, quilts, etc. Questions/Info:  617-354-6394.

    *6:30-8pm Ladies, Let’s Talk About It - Women’s Narcotic Anonymous (NA) Meeting. Weekly. Support group for women recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. Info: 617-354-6394.

February 26, Friday

February 27, Saturday

  • *10:30-11:30am Come for Breakfast! Come and enjoy a delicious breakfast made by Marcy!
    Info: 617-354-6394.

    11:30am-2:30pm.  Mah Jongg. Weekly. Come and go anytime - each game takes about 20 minutes. Mah Jongg is a game of skill, strategy & luck! Enjoy cards, Sudoku, board games, or puzzles? You will likely love the American version of this exciting centuries-old game of Chinese tradition. Everyone is welcome! Come play or learn how to play and ENJOY! Info: carrieanne2e@gmail.com

February 28, Sunday
Closed

February 29, Monday

  • 12-1pm Luncheon provided by the Zen Center

    2:30-4:30pm. Beading Group. Weekly. Come work on your own beading projects and socialize. All women welcome. No experience needed. Info: thebeadinggroup@gmail.com

    6:15-7:15pm Basic Yoga with Marilyn. Weekly. Come restore and rejuvenate your body, mind and spirit. Women of all experience levels welcome (including beginners!). You need to preregister by 4pm—space is limited. To RSVP or for more info: marilynregan58@gmail.com

Other Groups:

*Straight Marriage, Still Questioning. “A Question of Two Lives - Where do I go from here?” A peer led support group for the woman in a straight relationship struggling with her sexual orientation. If you are interested in attending or for more information please contact us at kate.e.flynn@gmail.com  

New Groups / Activities

*Annual/Community Meeting, Monday, 2/8, 6-7:30pm, Light refreshments provided. Info: board@cambridgewomenscenter.org

Creative Writing Group. Tuesdays, 6-7pm. All levels welcome- no experience needed! We’ll focus mostly on writing memoir and the telling of our own stories but participants can also write about whatever they wish! Hope to see you there! Info: 269-779-2444, mbean@brandeis.edu
"You own everything that happened to you. Tell your stories." -Anne Lamott.
10:30-11:30am Gentle Chair Yoga with Ieva. Explore breath, gentle movement and stretching for a sense of radiant health, relaxation and healing. This class is suitable for everyone. Please RSVP to ievaaldins@gmail.com (space is limited).

*Voice Training: Private Voice Lessons (20 minutes each). 10-11:20am. Tuesdays February 16-March 15. 10-10:20am, 10:30-10:50am, and 11-11:20am.  Taught by Linda Balliro, private vocal instructor and Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music. In private sessions, you will learn specific tools and exercises to develop your tone, resonance and pitch control and you'll learn at least one song. Preregister for a 5-week session of private lessons  at ballirostudio@gmail.com

*Singing Class. Weekly, 11:30am-12:20pm Last class 3/15. Open to all women. Join this class to discover how singing can provide you with another tool for healing. Current research in vocology is indicating that the vibrations of the vocal cords may be health-promoting, stimulating the pituitary and thyroid glands, stabilizing heart-rate, accelerating wound healing and promoting tissue growth (Dr. Ingo Titze, NCVS.org). In the singing class, you'll learn some of the same tools and strategies, and we'll learn 3 songs as a group. Complete beginner to advanced singers are welcome, all ages, all voice types. Led by Linda Balliro, private vocal instructor and Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music, www.lindaballiro.com  Preregister at ballirostudio@gmail.com

Poetry Workshop. Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30pm through 2/17. Come find your poetic, creative voice at the Women’s Center’s own poetry workshop! Whether you love to write or you’ve never written poetry before, this workshop is suited for all levels of experience. We will explore work of women poets and write our own poetry about memory, taboos, objects, people in our lives and more! Gain tips on how to stay creative and keep writing beyond the workshop as well. For questions, more information or ideas, contact Isabelle at iparker@bennington.edu         
           
Free Monthly Legal Clinics with Casa Myrna. 2/18 (3rd Thursdays). 4:30pm-6pm. Open to any woman looking for legal information or assistance who has been impacted by domestic violence (including physical abuse, threats, belittling, controlling behavior). Bring questions about your legal rights & responsibilities.  And learn general information to help you navigate the family law system. Questions? Please call Lola, 617-521-0146 for more info, to request childcare, or to get free help with your situation.

Mindfulness Meditation. 5:30-7:00pm Tuesdays. Weekly. Come to de-stress, learn to have compassion for yourself, and find joy by living in the present. No experience necessary. Info: ashleyheacock@gmail.com

Knitting and Crocheting, Wednesday, 2/10, 2.30-4pm. No experience needed. Supplies provided.
Info: trooks3396@aol.com

Survivor Theatre Project Healing Through Creative Arts Workshop, Saturday. Feb., 13, 12-2pm. Valentine-Making! For yourself, for people you choose to love, for the Universe... Come celebrate Valentine's Day with other survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Facilitated by Stacy Hannell and Cynthia Mochowski. Registration preferred by not required (email martharogersmusic@gmail.com) or  call 978-408-9233. Walk-in participants welcome.

On-Going Groups / Activities

Basic Yoga with Marilyn. Mondays, 6:15-7:15pm (weekly, not meeting 2/15). Come restore and rejuvenate your body, mind and spirit. Women of all experience levels welcome (including beginners!). You need to preregister by 4pm—space is limited. To RSVP or for more info: marilynregan58@gmail.com

*Feminist Book Club. 7-8pm (1st Monday/month). Come discuss books of all kinds, through the lens of feminism and our own experiences. All perspectives encouraged and welcomed. This month’s book will be She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb. Info: jessicamchapman@ymail.com

Trauma Support/Discussion Group. Thursdays, 6-7pm (no group 2/25).  An intimate group where women can share and get support for all forms of trauma, past and present. Info: groupcambridge@gmail.com

Healing through Art, Tuesdays, 11am-1pm (weekly) . Come express and empower yourself and get in touch with your creativity! No experience necessary. All women welcome. Info: 617-354-6394. 

Yoga With Elise. Thursdays, 1-2pm (no group 2/25).  Gain strength, flexibility & confidence & learn breathing techniques for stress management, relaxation and focus. Open to women of all experience levels. Please RSVP to eliselovezumba@yahoo.com  (space is limited).

*Mah Jongg, Saturdays, 11:30am-2:30pm (Come and go anytime - each game takes about 20 minutes). Weekly. Mah Jongg is a game of skill, strategy & luck! Enjoy cards, Sudoku, board games, or puzzles? You will likely love the American version of this exciting centuries-old game of Chinese tradition. Everyone is welcome! Come play or learn how to play and ENJOY! Info: carrieanne2e@gmail.com

Incest Resources' Drop-In Discussion Group for Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse., (3rd Fridays), 6–7:30pm Topic: Triggers.Meet other survivors, share commonalities and coping strategies. Meets on the 3rd Fridays of the month, September through June. Please come on time! No one will be admitted after 6:15 pm so that the group process will not be disrupted! Thanks!

*Open Luncheons at the Women’s Center.  Tuesday, February 16 (3rd Tuesdays), 12:30pm and Monday, February 29 (last Mondays), 12-1pm. Info: 617-354-6394.

Beading Group. Mondays, 2:30-4:30pm. Come work on your own beading projects and socialize. Materials available. All women welcome. No experience needed. Info: thebeadinggroup@gmail.com

Survival and Support: Women Coping With the Mental Illness of Loved Ones. Tuesday, 2/23, 6-7:30pm This peer discussion group provides a sharing space for women to talk about the challenges of supporting a friend or family member living with mental illness. Sign-up/Info: cwcsurvivsupp@gmail.com  

Sewing Group. Thursdays, 10am-12pm, This group is open to all women who would like to sew with a machine or by hand. We will make or mend clothing, bags, quilts, etc. Open to all women. Info: 617-354-6394.

*Ladies, Let’s Talk About It: Women’s Narcotic Anonymous (NA) Meeting. Thursdays, 6:30-8pm). Support group for women recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. Info: 617-6394.

*Basic Spanish/English Conversation Group. Returning Wednesday, Feb 24.Will meet 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 11:00am-12:30pm. Are you an English speaker interested in improving your Spanish skills? ¿Hablas español y estás interesada en mejorar tu inglés? Join us for this informal discussion group! Info: womenspanishenglishclass@hotmail.com

 

 

 

 

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