Be a Part of Belmont Journal!
The Belmont Media Center (BMC) is looking for community members to help the Belmont Journal team tell compelling local news stories about the people and places that make Belmont great! Our news team meets bi-weekly at 6:30 to discuss stories and view works in progress. Join us in a meeting and help create videos about the stories you care about most. Out of practice? Inexperienced? Interested in learning how you can create news stories from your iPhone? This is the group for you. There's no commitment to produce videos, and you'll be learning alongside other members with mentoring from BMC staff. Members are not required to attend all meetings. Just drop in during one of our class dates to meet the crew and find out how you can get involved! Interested? Email email@example.com for more information.
When: Mar 25, 2019 6:30PM in Belmont, MA
The Edible Alphabet, Food Classes for Toddlers & Grownups
The Edible Alphabet, Food Classes for Toddlers & Grown-Ups Date: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays | February 26, 2019 - May 9, 2019Time: 10- 11a.m.Ages: 2-5Cost: $15 per class | Buy 5 classes, get the next one free!* *Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Description: Discover ChopChop Family’s Edible Alphabet, Food Classes for Toddlers & Grown-Ups! The Edible Alphabet is a series of 26 classes that may be taken all together or individually. Starting with “A is for Avocado,” each class focuses on one letter of the alphabet and one food that begins with that letter. For one hour twice a week, you and your toddler will engage in a highly interactive, hands-on learning experience. Together you’ll create simple snacks, build number literacy, experiment with new foods, and enhance fine motor skills. Join all 26 classes, a handful, or just one—you choose what works for you. Take advantage of this unique opportunity in ChopChop’s Test Kitchen under the guidance of Teacher-Chef Gail Arnold. It’s the perfect way to spend quality time with your child in an educational, fun, safe, food-friendly environment. Click here to see other cooking classes ChopChop Family offers. Teacher Bio: Gail Arnold has been cooking professionally since she was 18 years old. Classically-trained in Paris, Gail has worked in restaurants in New York, Los Angeles, and Paris. In addition to teaching private cooking classes, Gail has worked for director Steven Spielberg as his family’s personal chef. Gail has a masters in elementary education, has worked as a reading specialist, and tutors students in reading. Gail loves to integrate different learning opportunities while teaching culinary skills to kids. When she’s not cooking and teaching, Gail loves to fly airplanes, ride her bicycle...and do more cooking. Contact: Allie Crafton, Test Kitchen Manager617email@example.com Belmont Street, Belmont, MA 02478
When: Mar 26, 2019 10am in Belmont, MA
No PhD Needed: Saving the Planet with Citizen Science
Climate and biodiversity science need you! (And your data collections skills!) We'll discuss participative science (a.k.a. citizen science), which is public involvement in scientific research. We'll introduce you to why and where it is needed, how you can help (individually or joining some of our local projects including at Habitat), and some of the tools to help.Join us. It's fun & exciting. Let's make a difference together! You can either register to this event here or on the Mass Audubon Registration page, as you prefer. ✉ For any question, contact Claire at firstname.lastname@example.org ⓘ Learn about Earthwise Aware » https://www.earthwiseaware.org/$ Free with a value: This event is free, still we need your support! Donations to EwA are always welcome » Donate.Thanks! #science #citizenScience #conservation #ecology #biodiversity #climateChange #nature #environment
When: Mar 26, 2019 7pm in Belmont, MA