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Cambridge-Ellis Toddler and Preschool Day Program

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Cambridge-Ellis is an independent, non-profit school offering part time and full time early education for toddlers and preschool age children. We...

Contacts: 
Gerlinde Hossain-Endl, Director (617-354-0014 ext. 114, gerlinde@cambridge-ellis.org)

Gallery 344 Featured Exhibition

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The Gallery 344 exhibition program is curated within a very specific scope of presenting artists, projects, and activities that relate to the public...

Contacts: 
Cambridge Arts Council Main Line (617-349-4621, cambridgearts@cambridgema.gov)

Camp Rainbow

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Camp Rainbow is run through the Department of Human Services Recreation Division. We work with individuals with special needs ages 6-22 that live in the...

Contacts: 
Vladimir Pierre, Activities Coordinator/Programs (617-349-6228, vpierre@cambridgema.gov)

Steve and Kate's Summer Camp

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We believe that when you trust kids, they trust themselves. Every aspect of our summer camp is designed to put kids in charge of their own learning...

Contacts: 
Yejadai Dunn, Director (617-245-0410, cambridge@steveandkate.com)

Cambridge Senior Center

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This Center is open to all Cambridge Seniors age 60+, six days/week. It offers drop-in services, meals, a food pantry and a wide range of educational...

Contacts: 
Cambridge Senior Center Main Line (617-349-6060)

HSA Art Classes

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Led by current Harvard students, HSA Art Classes offer the opportunity to explore various mediums and styles of drawing/painting and be challenged to...

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Family Design Day: Temporary Shelter

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If you were to create a structure that could be erected quickly, what material would you choose? Probably one that is strong, flexible, and lightweight....

Contacts: 
BSA/AIA Front Desk (617-391-4000 )

After School Laughter School

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ImprovBoston focuses on the skills necessary to build a supportive ensemble that showcases teamwork, individual strengths and, of course, completely...

Contacts: 
Stacey Smith, Comedy School Manager (617-576-1253, comedyschool@improvboston.com)

Youth Laughter School

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With our Laughter School, ImprovBoston focuses on the skills necessary to build a supportive ensemble that showcases teamwork, individual strengths and,...

Contacts: 
Stacey Smith, Comedy School Manager (617-576-1253, comedyschool@improvboston.com)

Vacation ComedyClincs

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Over the course of 5 days, aspiring comedians ages 8-17 will explore the unique process of improvisation using ImprovBoston’s “5 pillars” as a guide....

Contacts: 
Stacey Smith, Comedy School Manager (617-576-1253, comedyschool@improvboston.com)

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