Holiday Edition of No Stress Studio … and More!
SOMERVILLE LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE APPROVES RENT STABILIZATION
Full vote in regular council meeting December 14
No Stress Studio: Holiday Edition
Boston Singers’ Resource presents a holiday edition of No Stress Studio on Friday, Dec. 8, at 7 p.m. at Somerville Music Spaces, 1060 Broadway, Suite C101B. The first half of the night will run like any of the other No Stress Studio events, with time for singers to get up and perform anything they like for a crowd of friends! Board members are also planning to join in and sing some selections. BSR will conclude the night with some holiday refreshments and a group song at the end. Attendance is free, with a suggested donation of $15. Register here.
Citizens for Juvenile Justice Leadership Celebration
Join Citizens for Juvenile Justice at the 29th Annual Leadership Celebration at the Somerville Armory on Wednesday Dec. 6, 5-7 p.m. Every year, CfJJ brings together Massachusetts advocates, youth, system leaders and service providers to celebrate their commitment to young people and communities, and to highlight CfJJ’s message and mission. The Leadership Celebration recognizes individuals and organizations that are making extraordinary contributions to juvenile justice in Massachusetts, as well as nationally-recognized speakers to share their wisdom. Attend this event to honor those who have advanced equity and justice for young people in 2023. Register here.
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