Virtual chat with Sandra Cisneros!

We’re thrilled to announce an opportunity for you to join us for a virtual conversation with acclaimed author Sandra Cisneros, hosted by The Neighborhood Developers in partnership with Women Encouraging Empowerment.

Sandra Cisneros, the renowned author of “The House on Mango Street,” will lead an engaging hour-long discussion, offering insights into her literary journey and the inspiration behind her work.

Date: Wednesday, May 8th
Time: 7pm EST
Language: Spanish (English interpretation available)

This event, a part of our language justice series, is dedicated to fostering inclusive spaces for all attendees. It will be conducted primarily in Spanish with simultaneous English interpretation available. Don’t miss out on this enriching experience! Register today to secure your spot.

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Nos emociona anunciar una oportunidad para que te unas a nosotros en una conversación virtual con la aclamada autora Sandra Cisneros, organizada por The Neighborhood Developers en colaboración con Women Encouraging Empowerment.

Sandra Cisneros, la renombrada autora de “La Casa en Mango Street”, dirigirá una conversación interesante de una hora, ofreciendo perspectivas sobre su trayectoria literaria y la inspiración detrás de su obra.

Fecha: Miércoles, 8 de mayo
Hora: 7pm EST
Idioma: Español (interpretación al inglés disponible)

Este evento, como parte de nuestra serie de justicia lingüística, está dedicado a fomentar espacios inclusivos para todos los asistentes. Se llevará a cabo principalmente en español, con interpretación simultánea al inglés disponible. ¡No te pierdas esta experiencia enriquecedora! Regístrate hoy para asegurar tu lugar.

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Cary Square Day of History

10am – 11am – A walking tour led by Lee Farrington and Marsha Johnson leaves from 60 Tudor Street and ends at the Governor Bellingham-Cary House.

11am – 2pm – An Open House at Governor Bellingham-Cary House, 34 Parker Street, with special remarks between 12pm – 1pm. 

2pm – 6pm – Chelsea Chamber of Commerce Marketplace with Family Activities in the Temple Emmanuel Courtyard (entrance on Gardner Street at Cary Ave)

2pm – 6pm – Open House at Temple Emmanuel 60

Opening remarks and Grand Opening of the Jewish Chelsea Museum! 2:30pm

Storytelling: Life in Jewish Chelsea 3:30 – 4:15 pm

Clips from the film “Chelsea, The Jewish Years” 4:30 – 4:45 pm

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Chelsea Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts cultural council, a state agency.


Land Acknowledgement: “We pay respect to the towns of the Indigenous Massachusett, which include Winnisimmet (now Chelsea & Revere) and Mishawum (various towns including Everett). We respect the Massachusett elders, past and present, who stewarded the lands throughout generations.” TND.

Please RSVP for reminders on Facebook

Interested in volunteering or have any questions – please reach out to me at, Temple Emmanuel Event Coordinator or to Herb Selesnick, Community Engagement Coordinator, Temple Emmanuel of Chelsea at

CALLING ALL PARENTS & CAREGIVERS! Stop Block Talk – 5/6 @ 5:30

We know youth face risks online (grooming, scams, pressure, bullying, and more). To learn how to increase safety for youth on social media, websites, and videogames, join us in-person for Stop Block Talk! This FREE workshop for adults will provide strategies for minimizing risk and talking with youth about online safety.
🗓️ Monday, May 6, 2024
⏰ 5:30pm – 7:00pm
📍 Charlestown Kennedy Center, 3rd Floor (15 Tufts Street, Boston MA 02129)
This free workshop is for adults only. All adults in Boston, Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop are welcome to register. Thank you to thCharlestown Mothers Associationon John F. Kennedy Family Service Center, Inc.c. for sponsoring this workshop, facilitated by the CAC anSuffolk County District Attorney’s Office 
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