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Programs at the Arlington Boys and Girls Club

Program

We offer programming year round for our members, including preschool & after school care programs, classes in gym, swimming, basketball, arts,...

Contacts: 
Diane Hontoria, Community Relations Coordinator (781-648-1617 ext. 250, dhontoria@abgclub.org)

Community Based Mentoring Program

Program

This is our traditional match in which adult mentors are paired with children ages 7-12, and agree to see each other for three hours, a couple of times...

Contacts: 
Jenny Bautista, Senior Community Engagement and Recruitment Coordinator (617-956-0205, JBautista@bbbsmb.org)

The Harvest Food Pantry and Clothing Closet

Program

The Harvest Food Pantry is housed at the Cambridgeport Baptist Church, we serve individuals and families in need of food and clothing.

Contacts: 
Cambridgeport Baptist Church (617-576-6779 , cbcoffice@cambridgeportbaptist.org)

Afterschool at Afterworks

Program

We are a multicultural, arts-based after school program that offers participants various cultural enrichment activities, homework help, and indoor and...

Contacts: 
Vyonni de Mel, Afterworks Director (617-661-8831 )

Food Resource Guide

Program

The Food Resource Guide is a great way to learn about and connect to free and low-cost foods in Cambridge. ...

Contacts: 
Bradley (Brad) Pillen, Cambridge in Motion Program Specialist (617-665-3845, bpillen@challiance.org)

Cambridge Healthy Markets

Program

The Healthy Market Program works with local convenience store owners to make healthy, affordable food and drink options available to customers. By...

Contacts: 
Bradley (Brad) Pillen, Cambridge in Motion Program Specialist (617-665-3845, bpillen@challiance.org)

CELP Educational Programs

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We are working in partnership with educators to promote environmental concepts and place-based education throughout the school district in preschool,...

Contacts: 
Kathleen Fitzgerald, Founder (kathleen@cambridgelearnsoutside.com)

Girl Scout Camps

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Girl Scout camps and outdoor experiences provide opportunities for girls to discover, connect, and take action in ways that build their courage,...

Contacts: 
Angela Scott, Membership Recruiter (617-352-0158, ascott@gsema.org)

Muckykids Art Studio Classes

Program

We offer a variety of classes for kids aged 18 mo. through 12 years. Class series consist of ten weekly sessions. Sessions run anywhere from 45 minutes...

Contacts: 
Muckykids Art Studio (617-354-0540, info@muckykids.com)

Muckykids Art Studio Drop-In Studio

Program

Drop-In Studio at Muckykids offers art projects that are adaptable to just about all ages. No prior registration is required; come in during drop-in...

Contacts: 
Muckykids Art Studio (617-354-0540, info@muckykids.com)

Museum of Science Drop-In Activities

Program

The Museum offers a variety of hands-on activities daily. Stop by during program hours and stay as long or as little as you like!

Contacts: 
Museum of Science Information Line (617-723-2500, information@mos.org)

Museum of Science Summer Courses

Program

Plan a summer of discovery! From the aspiring biologist to the future technology wizard, every science-minded child will have something to look forward...

Contacts: 
Museum of Science Information Line (617-723-2500, information@mos.org)

East Cambridge LBL Minor League

Program

The purpose of the Minor League is too focus on instructional development of baseball skills, teamwork, and sportsmanship and to prepare for the Major...

Contacts: 
Jill Gorski, East Cambridge LBL Division President (617-372-4692, Jgorski678@gmail.com)

East Cambridge LBL Major League

Program

The purpose of the Major League is to increase skills and knowledge of the game of baseball while focusing on teamwork, competition, and sportsmanship....

Contacts: 
Jill Gorski, East Cambridge LBL Division President (617-372-4692, Jgorski678@gmail.com)

North Cambridge LBL Major League

Program

Our major league serves as a competitive division. Beginners are welcome, but an evaluation is required for team placement. Scores and records are kept....

Contacts: 
Peter McCann, Division President (617-852-5606)
Kellie DeJon, North Cambridge LBL Player Agent (617-921-3963, info@nclbl.org)

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