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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.

August 2014 Calendar

August 1, Friday

  • 12:00 – 1:00pm ~ Mental Health Resource Group. Every Friday. Learn about different illnesses, get information about benefits, support groups, and navigating the mental health system. Info: Hilary, kileyhilary@gmail.com.

    *1:00 – 3:00pm ~ Drop-In Computer Hours. Weekly. One hour limit if there is a wait. Info: 617-354-6394

    4:00 – 6:00pm ~ Basic English for Haitian Creole/French Speakers. Weekly (except no class 8/22). Introduction to basic English conversational skills for Haitian Creole and French speakers.  We will work on listening, speaking, writing and reading to help improve English skills for work or personal development. Info: sophcse@gmail.com

    *6:30 – 8:00pm ~ Lesbian Conversation. 1st Fridays of the month. A group of women connecting and conversing on a level deeper than just everyday conversation. We'll talk about group-suggested topics that gain the most interest from folks. All suggestions for topics are welcome – as are all relationship statuses and all members of our LBT women’s community. After the group, the conversation can continue over a drink or dinner. Info: Mairic: bostonlezzy@gmail.com

August 2, Saturday

  • 10:30-11:30am ~ The Breakfast Club. Come join us for breakfast and conversation. We’ll cook and eat breakfast while enjoying each other’s company! Info: 617-354-6394

August 3, Sunday
Closed

August 4, Monday

  • 11:00am – 1:00pm ~ Beading Group. Weekly. All women welcome. No experience needed. Questions? Email us at BostonArtCollectives@gmail.com or call 617-354-6394

    6:00 – 7:00pm ~ Immigrant Women’s Discussion Group. 6-7pm, every other week. A support group for immigrant women where they can connect with one another, expand their social network, and find resources to help them transition into their new environment. Info: m.thoqan@yahoo.com

August 5, Tuesday

  • 11:00am – 1:00pm ~ Painting and Drawing Group. Weekly. No experience needed. For more information, call 617-354-6394.

    *11:00am – 1:00pm ~ Drop-In Computer Hours. Weekly. One hour limit if there is a wait. Info: 617-354-6394

    6:00-7:00pm ~ Body Image Discussion Group. Weekly. Let's take the power back. Please join us as we explore the mold that has been created by the media for our bodies. Through our discussion we want to empower each other to not only love and accept our bodies but to promote self-love to all those we encounter. And, of course, everybody is welcome! Info: clsurace@gmail.com

August 6, Wednesday

  • 12:00 – 1:30pm ~ The Big Picture: Using Photography to Explore Science & Religion. Weekly in August. In this workshop women will learn the basics of photography while participating in a collaborative community project that explores science, religion, and the big issues in life. Supplies will be provided. Info: SRCPhotoProject@gmail.com

    4:30-5:15pm ~ Gentle Kripalu Yoga. Kripalu yoga uses meditation, breathwork and poses to relax and rejuvenate the mind, body and spirit. Space is limited. Info/sign up: 617-354-6394 or Cambridge.womens.center@gmail.com.

    6:00 – 8:00pm ~ Drop-In Computer Hours for Women. Supervised computer time (one hour limit if there is a wait). One on one help with basic computer & Internet questions available. Info: 617-354-6394

    6:00 – 7:30pm ~ Women’s Writing Group. Weekly through 8/20. This supportive group is for experienced and toe-in-the-water writers alike. Weekly sessions include free writing and discussion, with an emphasis on personal projects. Please bring something to write on/with. Info: cathy@cathyjacobowitz.net

August 7, Thursday

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm ~ 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: BostonArtCollectives@gmail.com

  • *12:00 – 2:00pm ~ Cooking Basics. Weekly. Come learn your way around the kitchen. Learn to cook some easy recipes with basic ingredients. Info: 617-354-6394
  • *6:30 – 8:00pm ~ Ladies, Let’s Talk About It - Women’s Narcotic Anonymous (NA) Meeting. Weekly. Support group for women recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. Info: 617-354-8807.

August 8, Friday

  • 12:00 – 1:00pm ~ Mental Health Resource Group. Every Friday. Learn about different illnesses, get information about benefits, support groups, and navigating the mental health system. Info: Hilary, kileyhilary@gmail.com.

    *1:00 – 3:00pm ~ Drop-In Computer Hours. Weekly. One hour limit if there is a wait. Info: 617-354-6394

    4:00 – 6:00pm ~ Basic English for Haitian Creole/French Speakers. Weekly (except no class 8/22). Introduction to basic English conversational skills for Haitian Creole and French speakers.  We will work on listening, speaking, writing and reading to help improve English skills for work or personal development. Info: sophcse@gmail.com

August 9, Saturday

  • 10:30-11:30am ~ The Breakfast Club. Come join us for breakfast and conversation. We’ll cook and eat breakfast while enjoying each other’s company! Info: 617-354-6394

August 10, Sunday
Closed

August 11, Monday

  • 11:00am – 1:00pm ~ Beading Group. Weekly. All women welcome. No experience needed. Questions? Email us at BostonArtCollectives@gmail.com or call 617-354-6394

    6:00 – 7:00pm ~ LBTQ Discussion Group. Weekly. An honest, open, and safe space for anyone who identifies with the LBTQ community. Come engage in discussion, build community, and create bonds with one another. Info: 617-354-6394

    7:00 – 8:00pm ~ Women of Color Discussion Group. Weekly. This group will work to build a community for women of color to engage and connect over common issues. The group will meet weekly for discussion on a range of issues. Info: 617-354-6394     

August 12, Tuesday

  • 11:00am – 1:00pm ~ Painting and Drawing Group. Weekly. No experience necessary. For more information, call 617-354-6394.

    *11:00am – 1:00pm ~ Drop-In Computer Hours. Weekly. One hour limit if there is a wait. Info: 617-354-6394

    6:00-7:00pm ~ Body Image Discussion Group. Weekly. Let's take the power back. Please join us as we explore the mold that has been created by the media for our bodies. Through our discussion we want to empower each other to not only love and accept our bodies but to promote self-love to all those we encounter. And, of course, everybody is welcome! Info: clsurace@gmail.com

August 13, Wedneday

  • 12:00 – 1:30pm ~ The Big Picture: Using Photography to Explore Science & Religion. Weekly in August. In this workshop women will learn the basics of photography while participating in a collaborative community project that explores science, religion, and the big issues in life. Supplies will be provided. Info: SRCPhotoProject@gmail.com

    6:00 – 7:00pm ~ Women in the News Discussion Group. 8/13 and 8/20. Come discuss current events with a women’s issues focus. When appropriate, the group will discuss strategies for constructively responding to events in the news through petitions, letters to the editor, etc. Info: 617-354-6394 

    6:00 – 7:00pm ~ Teen Discussion Group. Every other week. Note day change from Mondays to Wednesdays. A safe space for female-identified teens to meet and discuss feminism and other topics relevant to their lives. Some upcoming discussion topics may include healthy relationships, body image, street harassment, LGBTQ issues and more. Info: 617-354-6394

    6:00 – 7:30pm ~ Women’s Writing Group. Weekly through 8/20. This supportive group is for experienced and toe-in-the-water writers alike. Weekly sessions include free writing and discussion, with an emphasis on personal projects. Please bring something to write on/with. Info: cathy@cathyjacobowitz.net

    6:00 – 8:00pm ~ Drop-In Computer Hours for Women. Supervised computer time (one hour limit if there is a wait). One on one help with basic computer & Internet questions available. Info: 617-354-6394

August 14, Thursday

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm ~ 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: BostonArtCollectives@gmail.com

  • *12:00 – 2:00pm ~ Cooking Basics. Weekly. Come learn your way around the kitchen. Learn to cook some easy recipes with basic ingredients. Info: 617-354-6394
  • 5:30 - 7pm ~ Women’s Center Board of Trustees Meeting. Info: board@cambridgewomenscenter.org
  • *6:30 – 8:00pm ~ Ladies, Let’s Talk About It - Women’s Narcotic Anonymous (NA) Meeting. Weekly. Support group for women recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. Info: 617-354-8807.

August 15, Friday

  • 12:00 – 1:00pm ~ Mental Health Resource Group. Every Friday. Learn about different illnesses, get information about benefits, support groups, and navigating the mental health system. Info: Hilary, kileyhilary@gmail.com.

    *1:00 – 3:00pm ~ Drop-In Computer Hours. Weekly. One hour limit if there is a wait. Info: 617-354-6394

    4:00 – 6:00pm ~ Basic English for Haitian Creole/French Speakers. Weekly (except no class 8/22). Introduction to basic English conversational skills for Haitian Creole and French speakers.  We will work on listening, speaking, writing and reading to help improve English skills for work or personal development. Info: sophcse@gmail.com

August 16, Saturday

  • 10:30-11:30am ~ The Breakfast Club. Come join us for breakfast and conversation. We’ll cook and eat breakfast while enjoying each other’s company! Info: 617-354-6394

August 17, Sunday
Closed

August 18, Monday

  • 11:00am – 1:00pm ~ Beading Group. Weekly. All women welcome. No experience needed. Questions? Email us at BostonArtCollectives@gmail.com or call 617-354-6394

    6:00 – 7:00pm ~ Basic Yoga with Maddy. Weekly, beginning August 18. Relax & rejuvenate your mind, body & spirit with meditation, breathwork and poses. Space is limited. Info/sign up: 617-354-6394 or maddybeauregard@gmail.com

    6:00 – 7:00pm ~ LBTQ Discussion Group. Weekly. An honest, open, and safe space for anyone who identifies with the LBTQ community. Come engage in discussion, build community, and create bonds with one another. Info: 617-354-6394

    6:00 – 7:00pm ~ Immigrant Women’s Discussion Group. 6-7pm, every other week starting 7/21. A support group for immigrant women where they can connect with one another, expand their social network, and find resources to help them transition into their new environment. Info: m.thoqan@yahoo.com     

    7:00 – 8:00pm ~ Women of Color Discussion Group. Weekly. This group will work to build a community for women of color to engage and connect over common issues. The group will meet weekly for discussion on a range of issues. Info: 617-354-6394     

August 19, Tuesday

  • 11:00am – 1:00pm ~ Painting and Drawing Group. Weekly. No experience necessary. For more information, call 617-354-6394.

    *11:00am – 1:00pm ~ Drop-In Computer Hours. Weekly. One hour limit if there is a wait. Info: 617-354-6394

    *12:00 – 1:00pm ~ Luncheon at the Women’s Center: Coming together for sharing and problem-solving. Info: 617-354-6394.

    6:00-7:00pm ~ Body Image Discussion Group. Weekly. Let's take the power back. Please join us as we explore the mold that has been created by the media for our bodies. Through our discussion we want to empower each other to not only love and accept our bodies but to promote self-love to all those we encounter. And, of course, everybody is welcome! Info: clsurace@gmail.com

    6:00 – 7:30pm ~ Survival and Support: Women Coping With the Mental Illness of Loved Ones. Once monthly.  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

    7:00 – 8:00pm ~ Emotional Readiness for the New School Year Parenting Workshop. Kids ages 4-6 have a lot of emotions about starting or returning to school. Come talk about how to help them, and you, cope through this big life moment! Info: cmorgan@cmcsca.com

August 20, Wednesday

  • 11:00am – 12:00pm ~ Sober Mommies Discussion Group. 3rd Wednesday of each month. This group offers the opportunity for discussion and support to women balancing the responsibilities of sobriety and motherhood. Info: Julie@SoberMommies.com

    12:00 – 1:30pm ~ The Big Picture: Using Photography to Explore Science & Religion. Weekly in August. In this workshop women will learn the basics of photography while participating in a collaborative community project that explores science, religion, and the big issues in life. Supplies will be provided. Info: SRCPhotoProject@gmail.com

    6:00 – 7:00pm ~ Women in the News Discussion Group. 8/13 and 8/20. Come discuss current events with a women’s issues focus. When appropriate, the group will discuss strategies for constructively responding to events in the news through petitions, letters to the editor, etc. Info: 617-354-6394 

    6:00 – 8:00pm ~ Drop-In Computer Hours for Women. Supervised computer time (one hour limit if there is a wait). One on one help with basic computer & Internet questions available. Info: 617-354-6394

    6:00 – 7:30pm ~ Women’s Writing Group. Weekly through 8/20. This supportive group is for experienced and toe-in-the-water writers alike. Weekly sessions include free writing and discussion, with an emphasis on personal projects. Please bring something to write on/with. Info: cathy@cathyjacobowitz.net

August 21, Thursday

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm ~ 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: BostonArtCollectives@gmail.com

  • *12:00 – 2:00pm ~ Cooking Basics. Weekly. Come learn your way around the kitchen. Learn to cook some easy recipes with basic ingredients. Info: 617-354-6394
  • *12:00 – 12:45pm ~ Women’s Health Discussion Group with Nurse Pat. Nurse Pat Maher, Cambridge Health Alliance Nurse Practitioner, will discuss and answer questions about health in a group setting. This month’s topic: blood pressure. Come learn about blood pressure, ask questions, and get a free blood pressure check! Info: 617-591-6731.
  • *12:45 – 1:30pm ~ One-on-One with Nurse Pat. Need any health-related support or questions answered? Sign up in advance or walk in for a 15-min individual consulting time with Pat Maher, Nurse Practitioner from Cambridge Health Alliance. Info/Sign up: 617-591-6731
  • 6:30 – 8:00pm ~ Ladies, Let’s Talk About It - Women’s Narcotic Anonymous (NA) Meeting. Weekly. Support group for women recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. Info: 617-354-8807.

August 22, Friday

  • 12:00 – 1:00pm ~ Mental Health Resource Group. Every Friday. Learn about different illnesses, get information about benefits, support groups, and navigating the mental health system. Info: Hilary, kileyhilary@gmail.com.

    *1:00 – 3:00pm ~ Drop-In Computer Hours. Weekly. One hour limit if there is a wait. Info: 617-354-6394

August 23, Saturday

  • 10:30-11:30am ~ The Breakfast Club. Come join us for breakfast and conversation. We’ll cook and eat breakfast while enjoying each other’s company! Info: 617-354-6394

August 24, Sunday
Closed

August 25, Monday

  • 11:00am – 1:00pm ~ Beading Group. Weekly. All women welcome. No experience needed. Questions? Email us at BostonArtCollectives@gmail.com or call 617-354-6394

    6:00 – 7:00pm ~ Basic Yoga with Maddy. Weekly, beginning August 18. Relax & rejuvenate your mind, body & spirit with meditation, breathwork and poses. Space is limited. Info/sign up: 617-354-6394 or maddybeauregard@gmail.com
                                                         
    6:00 – 7:00pm ~ LBTQ Discussion Group. Weekly. An honest, open, and safe space for anyone who identifies with the LBTQ community. Come engage in discussion, build community, and create bonds with one another. Info: 617-354-6394

    7:00 – 8:00pm ~ Women of Color Discussion Group. Weekly. This group will work to build a community for women of color to engage and connect over common issues. The group will meet weekly for discussion on a range of issues. Info: 617-354-6394 

    7:00-8:00pm ~ Feminist Book Club. A monthly meeting to discuss books of all kinds, through the lens of feminist theory and our own experiences. All perspectives encouraged and welcomed. This month’s book will be Bridget Jones’ Diary by Helen Fielding. Info: jessicamchapman@ymail.com.   

August 26, Tuesday

  • 11:00am – 1:00pm ~ Painting and Drawing Group. Weekly. No experience necessary. For more information, call 617-354-6394.

    *11:00am – 1:00pm ~ Drop-In Computer Hours. Weekly. One hour limit if there is a wait. Info: 617-354-6394

    6:00-7:00pm ~ Body Image Discussion Group. Weekly. Let's take the power back. Please join us as we explore the mold that has been created by the media for our bodies. Through our discussion we want to empower each other to not only love and accept our bodies but to promote self-love to all those we encounter. And, of course, everybody is welcome! Info: clsurace@gmail.com

August 27, Wednesday

  • 12:00 – 1:30pm ~ The Big Picture: Using Photography to Explore Science & Religion. Weekly in August. In this workshop women will learn the basics of photography while participating in a collaborative community project that explores science, religion, and the big issues in life. Supplies will be provided. Info: SRCPhotoProject@gmail.com

    6:00 – 7:00pm ~ Teen Discussion Group. Every other week. Note day change from Mondays to Wednesdays. A safe space for female-identified teens to meet and discuss feminism and other topics relevant to their lives. Some upcoming discussion topics may include healthy relationships, body image, street harassment, LGBTQ issues and more. Info: 617-354-6394

    6:00 – 7:30pm ~ We HOLLABACK! Creating a World Without Street Harassment Workshop. This workshop run by Hollaback! Boston gives participants the opportunity to share and think through experiences of street harassment, and online storytelling. Then we hand them the power to Hollaback! in their own lives. Info: Britni at boston@ihollaback.org

    6:00 – 8:00pm ~ Drop-In Computer Hours for Women. Supervised computer time (one hour limit if there is a wait). One on one help with basic computer & Internet questions available. Info: 617-354-6394

August 28, Thursday

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm ~ 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: BostonArtCollectives@gmail.com

    *12:00 – 2:00pm ~ Cooking Basics. Weekly. Come learn your way around the kitchen. Learn to cook some easy recipes with basic ingredients. Info: 617-354-6394
  • 6:00 – 7:00pm ~ Job Skills Workshop: Resumes. Monthly. Job. Work. Professional. These can be intimidating words! Interested in learning some skills to familiarize yourself with how to be more successful in these areas? The Job Skills Workshops are here to help! This month’s topic is resumes. Bring a copy of your resume, if you already have one. Info: annaewhitlock@gmail.com

    *6:30 – 8:00pm ~ Ladies, Let’s Talk About It - Women’s Narcotic Anonymous (NA) Meeting. Weekly. Support group for women recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. Info: 617-354-8807

August 29, Friday

  • 12:00 – 1:00pm ~ Mental Health Resource Group. Every Friday. Learn about different illnesses, get information about benefits, support groups, and navigating the mental health system. Info: Hilary, kileyhilary@gmail.com

    *1:00 – 3:00pm ~ Drop-In Computer Hours. Weekly. One hour limit if there is a wait. Info: 617-354-6394

    4:00 – 6:00pm ~ Basic English for Haitian Creole/French Speakers. Weekly. Introduction to basic English conversational skills for Haitian Creole and French speakers.  We will work on listening, speaking, writing and reading to help improve English skills for work or personal development. Info: sophcse@gmail.com

August 30, Saturday

  • 10:30-11:30am ~ The Breakfast Club. Come join us for breakfast and conversation. We’ll cook and eat breakfast while enjoying each other’s company! Info: 617-354-6394

August 31, Sunday
Closed

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  

Special Events:

The Big Picture: Using Photography to Explore Science & Religion. Wednesdays in August, 12-1:30pm. In this workshop women will learn the basics of photography while participating in a collaborative community project that explores science, religion, and the big issues in life. Supplies will be provided. Info: SRCPhotoProject@gmail.com

Emotional Readiness for the New School Year Parenting Workshop. Tuesday, 8/19, 7-8pm. Kids ages 4-6 have a lot of emotions about starting, or returning to school. Come talk about how help them, and you, cope through this big life moment! Info: cmorgan@cmcsca.com

We HOLLABACK! Creating a World Without Street Harassment Workshop. Wednesday, 8/27, 6-7:30pm. This workshop run by Hollaback! Boston gives participants the opportunity to share and think through experiences of street harassment, and online storytelling. Then we hand them the power to Hollaback! in their own lives. Info:  Britni at boston@ihollaback.org

*Women’s Health Discussion Group with Nurse Pat ~ Thursday, 8/21, 12:00 –12:45pm. Topic: Blood pressure.  Nurse Pat Maher, Cambridge Health Alliance Nurse Practitioner will discuss blood pressure, answer questions, and give attendees a free blood pressure check! Info: 617-591-6731.

New Groups / Activities

* Drop-In Computer Hours for Women. Wednesdays, 6-8pm. Help is available for any questions you have about basic computer use, Internet navigation, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc. Info: 617-354-6394.

* Drop-In Computer Hours for Women. Tuesdays, 11am-1pm and Fridays, 1-3pm. One hour limit if there is a wait. Info: 617-354-6394.

Basic Yoga with Maddy. Mondays, 6-7pm starting 8/18. This yoga class uses basic breathwork and poses to relax and rejuvenate the mind, body and spirit. Space is limited. Info/sign up: 617-354-6394 or maddybeauregard@gmail.com.

LBTQ Discussion Group. Mondays, 6-7pm, starting 8/11. An honest, open, and safe space for anyone who identifies with the LBTQ community. Come engage in discussion, build community, and create bonds with one another. Info: 617-354-6394

Women of Color Discussion Group. Mondays, 7-8pm, starting 8/11. This group will work to build a community for women of color to engage and connect over common issues. The group will meet weekly for discussion on a range of issues. Info: 617-354-6394

Immigrant Women’s Discussion Group. Mondays, every other week (8/4 and 8/18), 6-7pm. A support group for immigrant women where they can connect with one another, expand their social network, and find resources to  help them transition into their new environment. Info: m.thoqan@yahoo.com                                                           

Feminist Book Club. Last Monday of the month (8/25), 7-8pm. Meets on the last Monday of the month to discuss books of all kinds, through the lens of feminist theory and our own experiences. All perspectives encouraged and welcomed. This month’s book will be Bridget Jones’ Diary by Helen Fielding. Info: jessicamchapman@ymail.com.

Body Image Discussion Group. Tuesdays, 6-7pm. Weekly. Let's take the power back. Please join us as we explore the mold that has been created by the media for our bodies. Through our discussion we want to empower each other to not only love and accept our bodies but to promote self-love to all those we encounter. And, of course, everybody is welcome! Info: clsurace@gmail.com

Survival and Support: Women Coping With the Mental Illness of Loved Ones. Tuesday, 8/19, 6-7:30 (one Tuesday/month).  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

Sober Mommies Discussion Group. 3rd Wednesday of each month (8/20), 11am-12pm. This group offers the opportunity for discussion and support to women balancing the responsibilities of sobriety and motherhood. Info: Julie@SoberMommies.com

Women in the News Discussion Group. Wednesdays, 8/13 and 8/20, 6-7pm. Come discuss current events with a women’s issues focus. When appropriate, the group will discuss strategies for constructively responding to events in the news through petitions, letters to the editor, etc. Info: 617-354-6394
             
Teen Discussion Group. Wednesdays, every other week (8/13 and 8/27 in August), 6-7pm. A safe space for female-identified teens to meet and discuss feminism and other topics relevant to their lives. Some upcoming discussion topics may include healthy relationships, body image, street harassment, LGBTQ issues and more. Info: 617-354-6394

Women’s Writing Group. Wednesdays 6-7:30pm through 8/20. This supportive group is for experienced and toe-in-the-water writers alike. Weekly sessions include free writing and discussion, with an emphasis on personal projects. Please bring something to write on/with. Info: cathy@cathyjacobowitz.net

*Cooking Basics. Thursdays, 12:00-2:00pm. Come learn your way around the kitchen. Learn to cook some easy recipes with basic ingredients. Info: 617-354-6394

Job Skills Workshop: Resumes. Thursday 8/28, 6-7pm. Monthly. Job. Work. Professional. These can be intimidating words! Interested in learning some skills to familiarize yourself with how to be more successful in these areas? The Job Skills Workshops are here to help! This month’s topic is resumes. Bring a copy of your resume, if you already have one. Info: annaewhitlock@gmail.com

Basic English for Haitian Creole/French Speakers. Fridays 4-6pm (weekly, except no class 8/22). Introduction to basic English conversational skills for Haitian Creole and French speakers.  We will work on listening, speaking, writing and reading to help improve English skills for work or personal development. Info: sophcse@gmail.com

The Breakfast Club. Saturdays, 10:30-11:30am. Come join us for breakfast and conversation. We’ll cook and eat breakfast while enjoying each other’s company! Info: 617-354-6394

On-Going Groups / Activities

Beading Group. Mondays, 11:00am–1:00pm. Weekly. All women welcome. No experience needed. Questions? Email us at BostonArtCollectives@gmail.com or call 617-354-6394

Painting and Drawing Group, Tuesdays, 11am-1pm. This class is open to all women who would like to paint, draw, and/or make art in a creative environment. No experience necessary. For more information, call 617-354-6394.

*Luncheon at the Women’s Center. Coming together for sharing and problem solving. Tuesday, 8/19, 12-1pm, Luncheon and discussion. For more info please call: 617-354-6394

Gentle Kripalu Yoga. Wednesday 8/6, 4:30-5:15pm (last class). Kripalu yoga uses meditation, breathwork and poses to relax and rejuvenate the mind, body and spirit. Space is limited. Info/sign up: 617-354-6394 or Cambridge.womens.center@gmail.com.

Sewing Group. Thursdays, 10am-12pm,. 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. Open to all women. Questions/Info: BostonArtCollectives@gmail.com

*One-on-One with Nurse Pat. Thursday, 8/21, 12:45-1:30pm (monthly). Need any health related support or questions answered? Sign up in advance or walk in for a 15-min individual consulting time with Pat Maher, Nurse Practitioner from Cambridge Health Alliance. Info/Sign up: 617-591-6731

*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: 617-354-8807

Mental Health Resource Group ~ Fridays, 12-1pm.. Learn about different illnesses, get information about benefits, support groups, and navigating the mental health system. Info: Hilary, kileyhilary@gmail.com

Lesbian Conversation. 1st Fridays of the month (8/1), 6:30-8pm. A group of women connecting and conversing on a level deeper than just everyday conversation. We'll talk about group-suggested topics that gain the most interest from folks. All suggestions for topics are welcome – as are all relationship statuses and all members of our LBT women’s community. After the group, the conversation can continue over a drink or dinner. Info: Mairic: bostonlezzy@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 
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