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All Upcoming Events, Starting on Nov 27, 2022

Narcan Distribution

The City of Somerville, in partnership with COHR, the Somerville Homeless Coalition, and Fenway Health/ACCESS, will host an opportunity for community members to receive FREE resources like Narcan, fentanyl test strips, and face shields for rescue breathing as well as overdose prevention training on Monday, 11/28 from 9am-3pm at Statue Park in Davis Square.

Coffee & Conversation (Council on Aging)

Held every Monday at our Ralph & Jenny Center located at 9 New Washington Street (behind the Holiday Inn) from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.  

Come enjoy some fresh coffee and have great conversations with your peers.  Meet and mingle with new friends.

Game Hour (Council on Aging)

Come and play................Yahtzee, Checkers, Uno, Jenga, Scrabble and many more.

Healthy Steps (Council on Aging)

This playful class is for everyone—regardless of health, age, or ability. We alternate between sitting and standing, but you can remain seated the whole time and still get the benefits. Out of shape? Limited mobility? Recent surgery or injury? This is the perfect class to get you moving again.

Condominium Review Board Meeting

Pursuant to Chapter 107 of the Acts of 2021, this public meeting will be conducted via remote participation.

Bingo (Council on Aging)

Lunch available following Bingo.

Yoga (Council on Aging)

Easy-to-follow program lets you stretch and relax.

Somerville Retirement Board

Pursuant to the March 12, 2020 Order of the Governor Suspending Certain Provisions of the Open Meeting Law, G.L. C. 30A, s. 18, this meeting will also be conducted remotely online via the Go To Meeting platform.

Racial and Social Justice Community Visioning Focus Group Haitian Kreyol Session

The City of Somerville’s Racial and Social Justice (RSJ) Department is leading a community-driven initiative to reimagine policing and public safety across the city.

Healey Schoolyard Ribbon Cutting

Mayor Katjana Ballantyne, Ward 4 City Councilor Jesse Clingan, and Interim Superintendent Dr. Jeff Curley invite you to this much anticipated event.

Updated COVID-19 Boosters Clinic

The updated COVID-19 booster is recommended for everyone aged 12 and older, at least two months after their last dose.

Racial and Social Justice Community Visioning Focus Group Portuguese Session

The City of Somerville’s Racial and Social Justice (RSJ) Department is leading a community-driven initiative to reimagine policing and public safety across the city.

Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting

The Somerville Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) will hold a virtual public hearing on November 30, 2022, at 6:00pm through GoToWebinar. 

COVID-19 Boosters Clinic for Somerville Seniors and their Caregivers

This is a booster clinic for seniors (and their caregivers).

Limited Drop-Off Service for Residential Household Hazardous

The City of Somerville will offer limited household hazardous waste (HHW) drop-off service to residents. Residents may dispose of eligible items each Thursday in November and December, excluding Thanksgiving.

Limited Drop-Off Service for Residential Household Hazardous

The City of Somerville will offer limited household hazardous waste (HHW) drop-off service to residents. Residents may dispose of eligible items each Thursday in November and December, excluding Thanksgiving.

Virtual Public Shade Tree Hearing

Public Hearing regarding the removal of trees.

Inclusionary Housing Program Virtual Office Hours

The Inclusionary Housing team is hosting weekly, recurring virtual office hours for the public to join and get questions answered, assistance with applications etc. 

Substance Misuse Prevention Data Share Back & Discussion

The Somerville/Everett/Arlington/Lexington (S.E.A.L.) MassCALL3 cluster will be hosting a Substance Misuse Prevention Data Share Back & Discussion event.

Youth Substance Misuse Prevention Data Share Back & Discussion

The City of Somerville’s Prevention Services division, the Cambridge Health Alliance – City of Everett, the Town of Arlington’s Youth Health & Safety Coalition, and the Town of Lexington’s Human Services department secured the MassCALL3 grant for regional youth substance misuse prevention work, awarded by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s (MA-DPH) Bureau of Substance Addiction Services (BSAS) division.

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