Mother Caroline Academy Open House | March 31 and April 14

MCA Students

Have you always wanted your daughter to attend a private school but never thought you could afford it?  Mother Caroline Academy is a private, tuition-free school for girls (grades 4-8) from limited financial means.  It serves girls from all faiths, races and cultures from Boston Neighborhoods.

Come to an information session to learn about all the ways your daughter's education and quality of life can be improved by Mother Caroline Academy!

*Students must be residents of Boston. 2015-2016 school year applications are due May 16th! 


When:  Tuesday March 31st


Tuesday April 14th


Where: Mother Caroline Academy

515 Blue Hill Ave, Dorchester

For more info: visit or call 617-427-1177 ext. 201


Youth Programs at Uphams Corner Library | All April

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Stop by the Uphams Corner Library for one of the many ongoing youth library programs we are offering in April:

Preschool Story Time-

Every Tuesday 10:30 – 11:15 a.m. Sing songs, read books, and make crafts to strengthen early literacy skills. Special dance guest on 3/10! Ages 3-6

Homework Help Mentor Program-

Monday - Thursday 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. Come get *free* homework help from neighborhood high school students. No registration required. Ages 5-12

Lego Builders-  

Tuesdays, April 7 and 21 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 18 11:00 – 12:30 p.m. Come build with the library’s Legos. Ages 4 and up

Friday Family Film-

Every Third Friday 2:30 – 4:00 p.m. April 17: The Lorax Get in the mood for Earth Day with this gentle warning from the Lorax, adapted from the Dr. Seuss classic. All ages. >> Read More

Mother Goose on the Loose Baby Lapsit | April 1 - May 7

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Children ages 0 – 3 and their parents or caregivers are invited to the library for a special story time developed especially for the youngest children. Come sing songs, make music, discover books, and develop key early literacy skills! 


When: Every Wednesday, April 1st - May 27th


Where: Uphams Corner Branch of the BPL

500 Columbia Road, Dorchester

For more info: Contact Uphams Corner Branch at 617.265.0139


Immigration Clinics | April 1 and 10

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The Mayor's Office of New Bostonians is continuing its FREE immigration clinic sessions at Boston City Hall! Get consulted by a volunteer attorney to see what you need to become a citizen!


When: April 1st and 10th


Where: Boston City Hall

Room 804

1 City Hall Square in Boston

Questions?: Call (617)635-2980

Don't Get Fooled: You, Your Business, and the Law | April 1

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The Arts & Business Council and Discover Roxbury want to make sure artists and creative entrepreneurs aren't the fool on April Fools Day. From understanding copyright to navigating contracts, empower yourself with the knowledge to protect yourself in the big, bad world. Taught by Jim Grace, Executive Director of the Arts & Business Council.
When: Wednesday, April 1st
Where: ArtROX! Hub
22 Warren Street Roxbury

Marty Walsh's Dot Ave Housing Initiative | March 30 and April 2

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The second BSA Urban Design Workshop examines Mayor Walsh’s housing initiative and runs March 30 through April 2. The site focuses on the Dorchester Avenue corridor between the Broadway and Andrews MBTA Red Line stops. This area, identified as one of two of the mayor’s housing development “priority zones,” is characterized by light industrial uses, auto-dependent businesses, and underused parcels. Four design teams will each propose innovative workforce housing on adjacent parcels.

The workshop aims to stimulate discussion, encouraging public officials and the public to be inspired by individual proposals and by the way in which aggregation of a new residential development might begin to contribute to a new mixed-use neighborhood. The overall goal is to promote more expansive and innovative thinking about urban workforce housing.

This three-day workshop will include two public presentations: The first, on Monday, March 30, will provide an overview of the workshop objectives as well as a panel discussion with national housing experts. The second, on Thursday, April 2, will present workshop results by the four participating teams.



  • Monday, March 30, at 6:00 pm at BSA Space: Kickoff Panel Discussion, moderated by Renée Loth (open to the public). 
  • Tuesday, March 31, and Thursday, April 2: Workshop with the four professional teams.
    • Four interdisciplinary urban design teams, led by Brian Healy FAIA, Eric Höweler AIA, Beth Whittaker AIA, and the BSA Emerging Professionals Network, will each develop proposals that aim to balance innovations in residential living with the larger city-building opportunities afforded by redevelopment. In addition to architects, teams will include urban designers, transportation planners, and landscape architects enlisted through the efforts of the BSA Urban Design Committee.
  • Thursday, April 2, at 6:00 pm at BSA Space: Presentations of the four teams’ proposals (open to the public)

Where: BSA Space

290 Congress Street, Suite 200
Boston, MA

To RSVP: email

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