Mayor Stephanie M. Burke in partnership with the Medford Chamber of Commerce invite all ages to attend a free outdoor movie at the Condon Shell on Thursday, July 20 at 8:00pm. The feature film will be Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’, which tells the story of a young girl and her emotions – Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust, and Sadness – who try to learn to get used to her new school, city, and home. The Condon Shell is located at 2501 Mystic Valley Parkway in Medford. Bring a blanket and bug spray – free popcorn will be provided. Come early to visit the Medford Farmers Market which takes place at the Condon Shell from 3-7pm. For more information about the movie, call 781-393-2408.
Mayor Stephanie Burke invites the public to an unveiling of a new plaque which honors veterans who have served in the United States. The plaque is located in Veterans Memorial Park on Winthrop Street, and the ceremony will take place on Sunday, June 25 at 10am. The unveiling is co-sponsored by the Medford-Malden Lodge of Elks as part of their annual Flag Day celebration and a collation will take place at 19 Washington St. after the ceremony. For more information, contact Linda Coletti at 781-393-2409.
The Mayor’s Office invites all ages to attend a free outdoor movie behind the Andrews Middle School on Wednesday, June 21 at dusk at 8:15pm. The feature film will be ‘The Land Before Time’, a classic children’s movie that tells the story of an orphaned brontosaurus who travels with a group of young dinosaurs on the way to reunite with their families. Bring a blanket and celebrate the end of the school year with this much loved movie and free popcorn. Andrews Middle School is located on Freedom Way in Medford. For more information, call the Mayor’s Office at 781-393-2408.
Friday, June 16, 2017 update:
Due to rain in tonight’s weather forecast, Tufts had to move the movie indoors. The rain location is ASEAN Auditorium inside the Cabot Center (The Fletcher School) located at 160 Packard Avenue. The doors will open at 7:30pm and the movie will start at 8:25pm. The capacity of Cabot is 270.
WHAT: Tufts Outdoor Movie Night: “Beauty and the Beast (2017)”
WHEN: Friday, June 16th, 2017 8pm – 11pm
WHERE: Tufts University Residential Quad, Medford/Somerville campus
Tufts University’s Office of Government and Community Relations invite community members from Medford and Somerville, faculty, staff and their families to “be our guest” at the Tufts Outdoor Movie Night on Friday, June 16, 2017.
Tufts will be screening Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” (2017 version) on a big screen at the Tufts Residential Quad between Curtis Street and Packard Avenue, adjacent to Carmichael, Olin, Miller and Houston Halls. Arrive at 8pm to grab some popcorn and get a free Frisbee! The movie starts at sundown, approximately 8:24pm.
All activities are free and open to the public. In the event of rain, the movie will be moved indoors to Barnum Hall, Room 008.
Event details can be found at https://www.facebook.com/TuftsCommunityRelations/
For more information, please contact Tufts University Office of Government and Community Relations by phone at 617-627-3780, or online at http://communityrelations.tufts.edu/.
The final event of the ‘Know Your City’ series on Wednesday, May 24 from 6-7pm will be a Department Head info session with Barbara Kerr, Director of the Medford Public Library, and Pam Kelly, Director of Elder Affairs at Council on Aging and the Medford Senior Center.
In this interactive session, Pam Kelly will update attendees on the many programs, trips, social services, nutrition programs, and more that are offered at the Senior Center. She will explore the concept that ‘getting older doesn’t mean what it used to’ and distribute monthly newsletters about Senior Center programs.
Barbara Kerr of the Medford Public Library along with Sam Sednek, the Children’s Librarian, will update the participants on new programs being offered at the library, exciting future plans, and the evolving concept that libraries are far more than book-lenders and have become a hub of community activity.
The info session will take place at City Hall in the Alden Chambers. For more information, contact the Mayor’s Office at 781-393-2408.
Mayor Stephanie M. Burke and members of city government invite you and your family to
Medford’s annual Memorial Day Ceremony
Monday, May 29, 2017
Oak Grove Cemetery, Playstead Road
Followed by a march to Honor Roll Park, Winthrop Street
All are welcome to attend
Breaking the Fast
An Intercultural Experience
May 31, 2017
7:00 – 9:00 PM
Medford City Hall
The Medford Human Rights Commission, Mayor Stephanie Burke, the Office of Human Diversity, the Medford Interfaith Clergy Association, the U.S. Department of Justice -Community Relations Service, the Mystic Valley NAACP, the Medford Police Department, the Charles Hamilton Institute for Race and Justice, the Medford High School Arabic Club, and the Mass. Association of Human Rights Commissions invite you to participate in a presentation and Iftar Dinner to celebrate Ramadan
For accommodations call 781-393-2501 (voice) or 781-393-2516 TTY
Mayor Stephanie M. Burke is excited to announce that ‘Medford Day’ will take place on Sunday, June 4 from 1-4 PM behind the Andrews Middle School. Originally scheduled for the fall but rescheduled due to inclement weather, this spring festival will celebrate the diversity of Medford and the businesses, organizations, neighborhoods, and citizens that call it home. The festival will feature live music and performances, activities for all ages, exhibits and information from Medford organizations and businesses, local food, and more.
More information about the event, visit www.medfordma.org/medford-day, call 781-393-2454 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Medford Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Clippership Day is returning to Medford Square on Saturday, May 6th, from 12:00 noon until 9:00 pm.
High Street, from Colleens Ice Cream Shop to Forest Street will be transformed into an outdoor street festival reminiscent of the last Clippership Day, which was held back in 2005.
Medford history displays and tours along with vendor/business tables, civic/service organizations, live music, food court, games, entertainment, a Dress your Pup parade, corn hole tournament, and much more will be included in the day’s festivities. All are welcome.
Vehicle traffic will be detoured away from this area during these times. Please plan accordingly. High Street will be closed between Forest Street and Governors Avenue, starting at 10 am through the duration of the event at 9 pm.
For up to date information and details visit www.medfordchamberma.com.
Rain date is May 13.