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Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA)- Meetings every week (free)
Are you having trouble controlling the way you eat? Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous, (FA), is a recovery program for people who suffer from food obsession, overeating, bulimia and under-eating. The program is based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Everyone is welcome at meetings, including those who think they may have a food problem or those who are concerned about someone who may. FA is open to all men, women and teens who want to stop eating addictively. There is a weekly meeting Wednesday nights at 7pm at the Fidelity House at 25 Medford St. in Arlington Center. For a list of regular weekly meetings in the Arlington area, visit foodaddicts.org.

When: Jun 28, 2017 7pm to Jun 28, 2017 8:30PMin Arlington, MA

Juliet Simmons Dinallo / Juliet and the Lonesome Romeos

When: Jun 29, 2017 8pm in Arlington, MA

Board Games, Bingo, and Crafting With Seniors

Sponsored by: Cooperative Elder Services, Inc
Minimum age: 18
Do you enjoy playing board games or bingo? Come volunteer at Cooperative Elder Services Inc and interact with seniors from all over the Greater Boston Area. Volunteer duties may include interacting and assisting with word games, card games, arts & crafts, visiting with therapy dogs and other fun act . . .

When: Jul 1, 2017 10:30AM in Arlington, MA

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Arlington, MA local information about the Town of Arlington and the local businesses and events. Arlington Massachusetts was founded over 350 years ago and remains proud of its history throughout its growth into a modern community. Arlington is the birthplace of Uncle Sam and the location of the first children's library.

Arlington has preserved many of its historical buildings and its town common which was the site of most of the fighting when the British marched through as they returned from the Old North Bridge at the beginning of the Revolutionary War.

Arlington was once a thriving mill and agricultural town but now hosts commercial development centers. Its access to Metropolitan Boston has made it a very desirable place to live and its diverse population has demanded good schools and recreation facilities which together have made Arlington very attractive to families.