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Celebrate the Winter Season at December’s First Thursday! (TND)

chelsea, ma

Celebrate the Winter Season at December’s First Thursday! TND members are invited to congregate, celebrate, jubilate Thursday, December 1st 6 to 8 PM 4 Gerrish Ave., Chelsea, MA Participate in a potluck. Bring a dessert! This is a FREE event to appreciate our TND Members! To attend, BECOME A TND MEMBER! Sign up at the event or contact Sharon at (617) 889-1375 x122 BECOME A MEMBER of TND’s network! By signing up, you show your support of TND’s mission and your excitement to be part of a network of engaged Chelsea residents.

SAVE THE DATE - Chelsea CDBG Public Hearing - November 30th

chelsea, ma

The City of Chelsea’s Department of Planning and Development will host a public hearing on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. on the City’s Community Development Block Grant activities and the FY2017 grant application to the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD). Mini-Entitlement communities (which includes Chelsea) are eligible to apply for CDBG funds.  The maximum grant award allowed is $600,000 to $825,000.

2016 ALS AND MS Walk for Living

Chelsea, MA

 

The 2016 ALS & MS Walk for Living will take place on Admiral’s Hill on September 25, 2016. Registration is at 9 AM and the Walk will kick off at 10AM. For more information or to pre-register, please visit www.walkforliving.org .  Matty in the Morning from Kiss 108 will once again emcee the event. The Walk is Dog friendly and will include many family- friendly activities including baby farm animals, live performances, a DJ, a raffle and a bbq hosted by Chili’s. The Walk is a $10 donation and includes a Walk T-shirt. 

 

Taste of Chelsea 2016

Chelsea, MA

Great Food! Great Cause!

Monday, Sept. 19
5 to 8 p.m.
99 Marginal Street, Chelsea

be part of the community solution to end domestic violence

Now in its 13th year, this highly visible and popular event happens on Chelsea's waterfront and brings together corporate sponsors, local businesses, area food and beverage vendors, volunteers, survivors and more than 500 people who turn out to show their commitment to being part of the solution.

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