Please join St. James fellowship for our annual St. Nicholas Festival on Sunday Dec. 8th from 12:30-2:30. Fun activities for all ages. Listen to live music from wonderful St. James’s musicians, place your bids in the Silent Auction featuring contributions from many local businesses, stock up on unique and inexpensive gifts and enjoy delicious food and home baked cookies. Face painting, games, crafts and more for kids. Make a Christmas card for an elder, sit with friends and enjoy the church's beautiful historic interior. The church is at the corner of Beech St. and Mass.
We have a varied program this time!
We welcome representatives of the DPW for both Somerville and Cambridge next Thursday, the 21st, to discuss the issues that come up on the edges where the two city’s meet.
Some PSNA members live just feet or a block or so from that divide (including a few whose houses are actually partly in each!).
Issues like who is supposed to remove the snow piled up at the end of the sidewalk/road, shoved by one city but perhaps resting in the other city.
We will see you all tonight!
A forum featuring candidates for the Cambridge City Council, organized by Porter Square Neighbors Association, Agassiz Baldwin Community, and the Association of Cambridge Neighborhoods.
Date: Thursday, October 17, 2019
Time: 6:00-9:00 PM
Location: Lesley Amphitheater, University Hall, Floor 2, 1815 Mass. Ave.
I just got word that the old dentist's house at 1791 Mass Ave will be moved any time NOW!
Today it gets moved forward toward Mass Ave, Monday to the side toward Lesley.
We will be talking about food waste, at many levels.
We all shop, eat; most of us cook; and we know how hard it is to see that all of those groceries are used up.
Imagine that you are an institution, or a restaurant; what do you do to make sure nothing goes to waste?
We will have guests:
Sasha Purpura, Executive Director of Food For Free
Todd Kaplan, representing Boston Area Gleaners
Minutes of July 18, 2019 meeting
The July meeting was devoted to rats and how to get rid of them and to getting more information about the SeeClickFix application so that we might understand why it is both wonderful and annoying.
The representatives from Inspectional Services provided a lot of information about city policy and practices on rat control for construction projects and residents.
Representatives from Inspectional Services led the initial discussion:
John Nardone, Deputy Commissioner
Anthony Tuccinardi, Operations Manager
Porter Square Neighbors Association:
Minutes of the June 20, 2019 meeting
Some meetings don’t really get started until they are almost over. This was one of those meetings.
Two speakers addressed the topic of responding to climate change.