The Bulletin Board is your place to find classes, ongoing programs, job listings, local contests, scholarships, and other opportunities. Events (one time & unique happenings) are also posted on the calendar.  You may submit a post to the bulletin board here.

Your Energy Bills are Going up this Winter. Here’s What You Can Do

Due to the pandemic and high natural gas prices worldwide, electricity and gas supply prices are expected to be very high this winter. New and expanded assistance programs are available to help customers pay bills or manage the increase.
From enrolling in payment plans, to learning about income-eligible assistance & rental assistance programs, winter shutoff moratoriums, energy efficiency audits & being aware of deceptive utility competitors, there are many tools available to manage their energy costs.
Debido a la pandemia y los altos precios del gas natural en todo el mundo, se espera que los precios del suministro de gas y electricidad sean muy altos este invierno. Hay disponibles programas de asistencia nuevos y ampliados para ayudar a los clientes a pagar facturas o gestionar el aumento. Desde inscribirse en planes de pago, hasta aprender acerca de programas de asistencia y asistencia de alquiler elegibles por ingresos, moratorias de cierre de invierno, auditorías de eficiencia energética y estar al tanto de los competidores de servicios públicos engañosos, hay muchas herramientas disponibles para administrar sus costos de energía.

Chelsea Potluck!

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2021 AT 5:30 PM – 11:55 PM

This month we will have a potluck with an area where food can be served. Crockpots welcome! Come watch the Pats with friends new and old! There will be plenty of food so don’t worry if you can’t bring anything, just bring yourself!

Ribbon Cutting – Chelsea Resilient Mural

Ribbon cutting event to celebrate the installation of “Chelsea Resilient: Call and Response Through the Ages,” an 80-foot painted mural by David Fichter. The culmination of a 16-month process, the aluminum panels are installed on the Fifth Street side of 472 Broadway in Bellingham Square.
Join us to explore together the colorful details the artist reflects back to us in this major piece of public art for the city of Chelsea.
Performances by Carmen Villalta’s Salvadoran Folklore Dance Group “Torogoz” and the Chelsea International Band.
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“Chelsea Resilient” traces the rich history of this Massachusetts city from its beginnings as Winnisimmet, when Native American peoples fished and dug mussels on the banks of Chelsea Creek, to the urban, diverse city we know today. Across four centuries this community has repeatedly risen to overcome challenges and tragedies, responding with energy, heartfelt mutual concern, and an unquenchable drive to rebuild. The struggles and successes of each generation of Chelsea residents echo across history with a message of courage, determination, and optimism. Our past, present and future are linked in a continuous call to action and grassroots response, the defining character of Chelsea and its people.
Artist David Fichter is known for a distinctive, realistic style that features the people, architecture and other details reflective of the mural location. For over 30 years David has created community murals and mosaics, taking him all over the United States and internationally, including Nicaragua, Armenia, and Georgia. Working with residents of all ages, he’s completed more than 200 permanent murals that have become beloved local landmarks that communicate the story of each neighborhood.
​Funding generously provided by the Chelsea Cultural Council with a Chelsea Heritage Celebrations Grant

Chelsea Beautification Committee Meeting

The Chelsea Beautification Committee will have its next monthly meeting on November 16th, 2021 from 6:00 to 7:30pm. Please contact Sarah (sarahs@greenrootschelsea.org) or Monica (melias@tndinc.org) for the Zoom link.
El Comité de Embellecimiento de Chelsea tendrá su próxima reunión mensual el 16 de noviembre de 2021 de 6:00 a 7:30 pm. Comuníquese con Sarah (sarahs@greenrootschelsea.org) o Monica (melias@tndinc.org) para obtener el enlace de Zoom.

Vaccine Clinics for Kids Coming Soon! Yaay!

Great news! Chelsea Public Schools will be holding a Covid-19 Vaccine clinic for students aged 5-11 on Saturdays November 20 and December 11 at the MCB Complex from 1PM to 5PM. No appointments necessary. The attached flyer will be going out next week.

The pediatric vaccines have been carefully evaluated and determined to be safe and effective — so now, the path toward ending Covid restrictions lies through getting kids — the largest still-vulnerable population in this community — vaccinated! Help spread the word to your kids and parents!

November COVID- Clinics

5-11 yo Vaccines are available at the following:

– Senior Center Friday – Monday (following regular schedule)

– School Based – MGB at the Complex 11/20/21 from 1-5pm

– La Colaborativa/MGB on Tuesdays 11/9, 11/16, 11/23 from 3-7pm

Employee Moderna Boosters at Council Chambers

– November 18th  12-4pm

– November 19th  9am-12pm

This Week at Revere Recreation

We have lots of programs underway and are beginning more every week! Please continue to keep an eye on our social media pages for new programs being announced every week!

Important Reminder: All city offices are CLOSED this Thursday (11/11) in observance of Veteran’s Day. All Thursday programs at the Rec Center and the Community Center are cancelled this week.

*Zumba for this week is cancelled. We will now be beginning Zumba on 11/30.

*Our first Kids Night Out of the school year takes place this Friday (11/12) at the Community Center at the Garfield School. All children in grades 1-6 are welcome to attend. The event runs from 6:00PM-8:45PM and cost is $15. Pizza will be served.

*We are offering a Drama/Improv workshop next Friday (11/19) at the Community Center. This is a one night event for ages 12-17 from 6:00PM-8:00PM. Pizza will be served.

*Winter Basketball begins on December 11 for grades 2-8. This league will be held at the Susan B. Anthony Gym. Registration is $100 and this league is open to boys and girls. Schedule is as follows:
Boys:
– 2nd, 3rd and 4th Grade: 11:00AM
– 5th and 6th Grade: 12:00PM
– 7th and 8th Grade: 1:00PM
Girls:
– 2nd, 3rd and 4th Grade: 2:00PM
– 5th and 6th Grade: 3:00PM
– 7th and 8th Grade: 4:00PM

*Our K-2 Basketball Clinic Begins on December 4th. Clinic will be held on Saturdays at the Susan B. Anthony Gym. Registration is $75 per player. Times are as follows:
-Kindergarten: 11:00AM
-1st Grade: 12:00PM
-2nd Grade: 1:00PM

*Flag Football Skills and Drills will take place in the Community Center Gym on Wednesdays from December 1 – December 22. This program is open to all children ages 7-10 and will run from 6:00PM – 7:15PM. Cost is $45 per player.

*Minisports and Games begins the Saturday (11/13) for ages 3-6! This is an exciting new sports program for our younger residents through F.A.S.T. Sports. The first session will run every Saturday from November 13 – December 18 (No class 11/27). Cost is $65 for the session.

Celebrate Chelsea Reads and join Harvard student Evans Schultes with an activity and reading the Aztec Legend / Celebre Chelsea Reads y únase al estudiante de Harvard Evans Schultes con una actividad y leyendo la leyenda azteca

Partnering with Harvard Museums of Science & Culture in celebration of Chelsea Reads, join Harvard student Evans Schultes for a reading of the Aztec legend The Princess and the Warrior: A Tale of Two Volcanoes by Duncan Tonatiuh! Evans will read in Spanish and take you along on an activity from the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University via Zoom!
For ages: 5-12 years.
Happening via Zoom: Monday, November 8th at 3pm.
or call the Chelsea Public Library at 617-466-4350

Chelsea’s Paw-Raid

A gathering for dogs and their friends. Meet on the front lawn of Chelsea’s City Hall and we’ll travel the sidewalks down Broadway to Mystic Overlook Park under the Tobin Bridge. There we’ll enjoy some refreshments and socializing.

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