Baby Diaper Bank | July 2

If you are a parent of a baby and you cannot afford diapers, the Baby Diaper Bank may be for you. The Baby Diaper Bank seeks to meet the needs of income challenged parents to make sure that they have clean diapers for their babies. The Baby Diaper Bank will be here on the first Saturday of every month. Drop in to see if you qualify for this invaluable community service.

When: Saturday July 2, 2016, 1 – 3 P.M.

Where: Grove Hall Branch of the Boston Public Library, 41 Geneva Avenue
Dorchester, MA 02121

Fathers Day Walk | June 21

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 Celebrate fatherhood and family values while being active and a part of the community! Come to a fun 2-mile walk for youngsters, adults, and families! The first 100 to arrive will receive a free T-shirt!


When: Sunday, June 21st


Where: Seaver Street and Humbolt Ave, Dorchester

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General Meeting: Parents/Guardians of Children with Special Needs | Nov. 20

Boston Spedpac

The Boston Public Schools Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SpedPac)
invites you to attend their General Meeting tonight!

When: Thursday, November 20 - 7-9 pm
Where: The Richard J. Murphy School, Library
1 Worrell St. Dorchester, MA 02122

Childcare is available upon request. When possible, please reserve childcare at least 3 days prior to each meeting by contacting Boston SpedPac at: or (617) 297-7335

Spanish translation is available upon request and light refreshments will be served.

Directions: The Richard Murphy School is accessible by public transportation: 

Fields Corner Station – Red Line and the 210 Bus

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The Mind Matters: Families Make A Difference

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Boston Public Schools (BPS) Parent University believes that every BPS family is equipped and empowered to advocate and partner with schools to ensure every child has access to a quality education and achieves excellence in school. Parent University will be hosting workshops that provide educational resources and community support for families with children ages 3-8 to help foster learning at home. This is a 10 session workshop series and participation is free. Families will be able to learn strategies for how to foster your child's development and learning at home and in school. These sessions will include hands on activities, mini lectures and videos. This program was developed by Harvard University and is based on cutting edge brain research on children's social, emotional, and intellectual growth. Participating families will receive learning materials and activities to take home and use. >> Read More

St. Brendan Playgroup | November 18

Monday October28 at 10am St. Brendan will host a playgroup with games, crafts, stories and songs. This play group meets every monday during the school year from 10am -12pm at the Saint Brendan's Church Father Lane Hall 589 Gallivan Blvd. Ages for this playgroup is 5 and under (caregivers must attend)
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