Paychex provides payroll services, human resources, and employee benefits outsourcing to over a half million U.S. businesses. [Do NOT call this number if you’re an employee of a Paychex client looking for customer service i.e. pay stubs, W2s etc].
Join USA Christmastown for their annual Winter's End Celebration. This formal attire event is an evening to celebrate all that is wonderful about the City of Champions. The event features the presentation of the Good Samaritan Medical Center James Edgar Community Service Award to Bill McGauley of the Brockton Youth Foundation and the announcement and presentation of the Muse Award. Music with Electra 225 and DJ's Jose and Joe Lupica, heavy hor d'oeuvres, cash bar and fun for all. This event is 21+ only.
When: Mar 19, 2016 7 PM in Brockton, Massachusetts (Sat, 19 Mar 2016 19 )
Robert “Bees” Prendergast was a founding board member of Hillcrest Educational Centers. Bees was a modest, optimistic and generous man who was a strong advocate of children and education. Hillcrest’s legacy of treating and educating children and helping those in need is firmly rooted in his beliefs and commitments. In the spirit of Bees and to honor those who today encapsulate these same traits, we carry on his love of hosting Irish celebrations.
When: Mar 18, 2016 6 PM in Pittsfield, Massachusetts (Fri, 18 Mar 2016 18 )
Understanding the details required to create exceptional guitar tone is the passion of many guitarists. Knowing the secrets of the gear used by iconic players and how they set it up is key in re-creating the nuance of those sounds. Attend a Tone Made Pro class and learn: Classic set-ups of world-renowned guitarists Examples of the amps and effects used to make amazing guitar tones Why an amp feels a certain way and how details like sag and bias can affect your overall tone How to set-up and use multi-amp rigs How to re-amp when recording in the studio Line 6 Product Specialist, Victor Moncebaiz, will use the Helix Guitar Processor to examine these subjects in amazing detail, answer your questions, and more. Best of all – it's a ton of fun. This class will improve your tone-dialing knowledge and skills. We're giving away a Hal Leonard book "Discovering Your Ultimate Electric Guitar Sound" at each event. Plus, be entered to win a Relay G70 guitar wireless system. This is a must-attend class for guitarists of all styles that want to learn the nuances of getting exceptional guitar tone.
When: Mar 10, 2016 6 PM in Danvers, Massachusetts (Thu, 10 Mar 2016 18 )
Are you ready to throw it down for childhood cancer? Join The Jesse Heikkila Foundation at the 4th annual BAGGO tournament. We will have a cash bar, food, raffles and a jumpy house for the kids. BAGGO Registration Information: Two players per team - $50.00 a team To be able to create the brackets for the event all registration fees are due by May 15th, 2016. Start time is 12:00 PM (if you are going to be a little late please let us know that so we can place you at the end of the bracket) All rules for the tournament will be posted the day of the event. You can also mail a check payable to The Jesse Heikkila Foundation and list the first and last name of your team members on a separate piece of paper. Mail payment and information to: The Jesse Heikkila Foundation C/O Tina Mallard 25 Goldfinch Drive Brockton, MA 02301
When: Jun 5, 2016 12 PM in East Bridgewater, Massachusetts (Sun, 05 Jun 2016 12 )
The JLS Community Sake•Sushi•Social is an opportunity for our JLS Community to socialize and enjoy the diverse tastes of sake. Join us for a big social lunch with your friends from the Japanese Community. Feel free to invite your friends to join you for this second annual event in the tatami rooms at Dabin in Lexington. Donald J. Williams Will be on hand to answer your sake questions. In addition to selections of fabulous Japanese beverages direct from Japan, Sudbury Wine & Spirits and West Concord Liquors will also provide samples of sakes that are available right here in Massachusetts and Dabin has its own selections for purchase, or bring and share your favorites. Sharing is part of the fun. This will be a casual family friendly event in the Tatami rooms at the relaxing Dabin restaurant on Muzzey Street in downtown Lexington. The Social will be on Saturday April 23rd beginning at 1pm Dabin has a complete selection of sushi choices expertly prepared by their sushi chefs along with a full menu of Japanese and Korean dishes. 10 Muzzey Street Lexington, MA 02421 Phone: 781-860-0171 Email: info@DabinRestaurant.com Click the above image to view Dabin's menu. Please...Please...register right now to assist Dabin in assuring they have the required staff and seafood. Reservations are required. The cost is only $8 per seat. Your meal and gratuity are not included. Keep in mind that this will be a 'tasting'...not a 'drinking'. Please be responsible. Reservations can also be made using the contact link below or calling or visiting Sudbury Wine and Spirits Please be sure to join the JLS Online Community at JLS.Boards.net
COURSE PRICE: VALUED AT $995 NOW ONLY $795! *ADDED BONUS* ATTENDEES WILL RECEIVE: FMSCR Regulation Book - $30 Value 200 page workbook with sample driver forms Sample Audit Readiness forms Multiple articles & helpful tips and forms Dave Ramsey's "EntreLeadership" book - $26 Value Book your hotel NOW! COURSE OVERVIEW DOT I: INTRODUCTION TO DOT COMPLIANCE AND FLEET SAFETY - Day 1 & 2 Agenda This 2-day class is designed to give you the foundation, industry terms, perspective, and interpretation you need so you can understand how DOT Compliance really works. You will review and discuss DOT classifications, regulations, policies, DOT audits and procedures. With this information you will begin to understand how a safety rating is calculated and what it means to be compliant. The information in this course is up to date, and presented in terms you can understand. You will learn exactly what the DOT expects of you, your company, and your drivers. REASONABLE SUSPICION TRAINING As part of our DOT Compliance Workshops this 2-hour reasonable suspicion course will help you meet the requirements for Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training. The course is designed to meet several DOT Agency requirements for supervisory training (signs and symptoms of alcohol misuse and drug abuse), including the FMCSA Regulations, as well as several other DOT agency requirements and many state drug-free workplace program requirements. WHO SHOULD ATTEND: (BUT NOT LIMITED TO) If you are new to the transportation industry. If you have taken a new position at your company that requires you to understand DOT Compliance and Fleet Safety. If you are in a compliance support position with a need to know. If you just need a refresher. Supervisors of Driver, Lead Drivers, Shipping Managers, Traffic Managers, Fleet Managers, Logistics Managers, Compliance Manager, Transportation Managers, Safety Directors, Safety Managers, Safety Engineering Managers, Vice President/General Managers, Presidents/Owners , Administrators, Human Resource Managers, and anyone else involved in the support/operations of motor vehicles. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN: Quickly build a solid foundation and learn industry terms, definitions Understand who is governed by the DOT, its framework, how it works and who DOT regulations apply to. Learn about DOT classifications and the differences between a “Motor Carrier” and a “Commercial Vehicle”. Learn what to expect during a DOT Audit and how an unsatisfactory or conditional rating can affect your operation Learn about “SMS” and “Safersys” Review the “Safety Rating Factors” and discover the possible rates for each area Review best practices for Hours-of-Service rule , Log Books and Log Book Audits. Learn about Safety Management, why it’s important and why it’s required Learn why Driver qualification files, Vehicle Maintenance and inspections are important. Understand what it means to be DOT compliant and much more… For more information, click here
When: Jun 23, 2016 8 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Thu, 23 Jun 2016 08 )
Joey Wells, Will Spank Horton and Na'im Lynn are The Plastic Cup Boyz. The Plastic Cup Boyz have traveled the world supporting Kevin Hart in the world of comedy and on the party scene. These three individuals make up a team of today’s best comedy talents. Whether it’s performing in front of 15,000 people in an arena or having a few drinks after the show. The Plastic Cup Boyz are the Present and Future of Comedy.
When: May 28, 2016 9:45:00 PM to May 28, 2016 11:45:00 PMin Boston, Massachusetts Cost: $25 (Sat, 28 May 2016 21:45:00 )
4 Week Intro to AcroYoga Series Come learn the fundamentals of AcroYoga with Lauren and Izzy! Whether you're brand new to the practice or you've dabbled for a while, we'll have something for everyone in this series. Starting with basic poses, we'll work our way towards transitions and simple washing machines, focusing on strong alignment, intelligent progressions, and proper spotting techniques. Classes will be geared towards students with 0-9 months experience but more advanced practitioners are always welcome! Dates & Times: Tuesday January 26 8-9:30 pm Tuesday February 2 8-9:30 pm ~ Break Week ~ Tuesday February 16 8-9:30 pm Tuesday February 23 8-9:30 pm Location: Boston Kung Fu Tai Chi 883 Boylston St #4 Boston, MA 02116 www.laurenclausen.com www.izzyvanhall.com
When: Feb 6, 2016 8 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sat, 06 Feb 2016 20 )
If the great Phil Ochs were to rise from the dead today, he would probably be hailed as the new David Rovics. Andy Kershaw, BBC Absolutely brilliant. David Rovics says exactly what needs to be said. Ian McMillan, BBC David Rovics is a freaking genius. Eric Spitznagel, MTV I'm a big fan. Tom Morello We are absolutely thrilled to welcome David Rovics back to Community Church. Join us in Copley Square; Fri. Mar. 11 7:30 PM; In advance $15 ($20 at door, sliding scale); www.communitychurchofboston.org.
When: Mar 11, 2016 7 PM to Mar 11, 2016 10 PMin Boston, Massachusetts Cost: 15 - 15 USD (Fri, 11 Mar 2016 19 )
Join us for an afternoon of cornhole, drinks, and good company to raise money for camp Dream Street! $25 buys you entry into the tournament and full access to the silent auction ($30 after April 1). $10 buys you full access to the silent auction as well as an afternoon of great company ($15 after April 1). Who: You. Obviously. And you may want to bring a friend who throws a mean bean bag. Or we're also happy to find you a partner. 21+ only. What: Cornhole tournament with guaranteed two-game play and silent auction. All proceeds benefit camp. Where: Ned Devine's, 1 Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston, MA 02109. When: Saturday, April 30, 2016. 12:30pm Sign-In. 1:00pm Game Time. Why: Why not?! It's a fun afternoon for a great cause! Plus there will be a $150 prize for 1st place, and prizes 2nd and 3rd place TBD. Dream Street is a camp for children with chronic, life-threatening, and terminal illnesses. For one week each summer, we strive to provide a magical experience to kids who would otherwise miss out on what should be the guaranteed rights of childhood. We provide for sicker children than any other camp can; volunteer medical staff is available 24 hours a day to dispense medications and offer care that the children could not receive at any other sleep-away camp. Volunteer counselors ensure that the campers simply get to be kids. All contributions go directly to the camping programs so that camp may be free of charge for all children, most of whom come from underprivileged backgrounds. Volunteers donate their time and travel at their own expense to participate in the program. Even the medications are donated. Still, the camp is not in a financial position to fly kids from across the country out to sunny California. It is the mission of the Dream Street East Coast Volunteer Group to ensure that children from our New England community have the opportunity to experience the dream. Dream Street does not fund salaries and is a public 501(c) (3) non-profit organization (Federal Tax Identification #95-4210774). All contributions are tax-deductible.
DDT (or in Cyrillic) is a popular Russian rock band founded by its current lead singer, Yuri Shevchuk ( ), in Ufa in 1981.Yuri Shevchuk and the Russian rock group "DDT" have been leaders in the Russian rock movement for many years. Shevchuk began to put together the first incarnation of the band in the summer of 1980, and although its members have changed over the years, Shevchuk continues to voice the concerns and frustrations of the Russian people in his music today just as he did in the band's infancy. The more than 20 albums in DDT's discography not only chronicle the history of a rock group; they are narratives that examine all aspects of life in the Soviet Union and Russia over the past 25 years.DDT was organized and gave its first concerts in Shevchuk's native city of Ufa in the Ural Mountains in 1980. They received their first public recognition when they were given the "Golden Pitchpipe" prize for their song "Ne Strelyai" (Don't Shoot) in 1982 by a local newspaper. Unfortunately, this also brought them to the attention of the Soviet authorities and KGB, and their music was banned, forcing them to go underground. In some ways this made them even more popular among young Soviets; in 1983 they played at the "Rock of the World" music festival at the huge "Luzhniki" stadium in Moscow, only to be edited out of the television broadcast because of their "illegal" status.Although they never considered themselves political activists, Shevchuk always felt it his duty as a citizen and a songwriter to address not only the strengths but the weaknesses of his country's government, a stance none too popular in the U.S.S.R. Over the next ten years DDT continued to work as a "non-conformist" group, producing albums and giving concerts throughout the Soviet Union. This was no easy feat, as they received little if any money for the records they produced during this period, and very little for their concerts as well. Like other dissident artists, they survived through a combination of cleverness, perseverance, and wit. Their relocation to the city of Leningrad (St. Petersburg) in 1985 also helped them to establish themselves at the forefront of the Russian rock scene. They made their first visit to the U.S. in 1988, when their concert in Los Angeles was covered by MTV. After the U.S.S.R.'s collapse in 1991, DDT became even more popular at home and abroad, as their albums and concerts began to be broadcast and publicized widely.Today, DDT is one of the most popular (if not the most popular) rock groups in Russia, and their concerts attract tens of thousands of people. Shevchuk and his group also regularly travel throughout the C.I.S. and other former Soviet republics to give benefit concerts: in the spring and summer of 2002, 10 out of 11 concerts that the band played were benefits for various social and cultural organizations. They are also reaching an ever-growing audience in the U.S. and Europe, and for the past 15 years have traveled frequently throughout the world making ever more converts to their unique sound. Shevchuk's music and lyrics are not only influenced by traditional "western" rock music, but also by the entire scope of Russian folk, classical, and religious music. In many respects their years as an underground group shaped their philosophy towards their art. The question of their music's marketability was never part of the song writing process for there was no "market" in which to compete. This, their extraordinary talent, and their adherence to their cultural roots have made them a rare commodity in today's popular music scene. Today they continue to maintain their musical integrity in the face of ever-growing pressure to conform to the pop music that pervades the Russian airwaves. They are currently celebrating their 25th anniversary with an extended tour throughout their native country, Europe, and North America, and have released a new CD entitled "Vanished Without a Trace" to huge critical acclaim.
Aikido is a Martial art that emphasizes blending with the attacker, rather than confronting the attacker with hard techniques such as punches and kicks.
Beginners and MIT Affiliates are always welcome to come by and observe a practice or join us on the mat. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays and we offer a Beginners class from 5:30 to 6pm.Regular class follows from 6pm -7pm
Gloucester County Craftsmen & Home Show is happening on 07 May 2016 at Gloucester County 4-H Fairgrounds Gloucester County, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Household Services industry.
The Seduction of Slow Eating What is seductive about eating slow in a fast food nation? Lots of things! Certified Eating Psychology Coach, Jenny Berk,will explain how and why we became a fast food culture and review the processes in which eating fast can create a cascade of problems for your health – including digestive issues, fatigue, weight gain, and reduced body-wisdom when it comes to your hunger and satiety. More importantly, learning to eat slowly can help you eat less and enjoy it more – healthy changes that are good for both your body and sense of well-being. You will learn relevant and specific techniques to slow down and truly savor your food. Included in this one-evening workshop is a hands-on culinary exercise – Jenny will walk you through using all of your senses as you sample some delicious treats graciously provided by Stacy’s Juice Bar. Join us – to improve your relationship with food and your overall health!
When: Feb 25, 2016 6 PM in Needham, Massachusetts (Thu, 25 Feb 2016 18 )
Wicked Good Cause presents the 3rd annual Winter Ball Saturday, March 12 from 7 pm to midnight at the Indian Pond Country Club. Featuring Dwight and The Marcels Band. Formal Cocktail Attire. Individual Tickets $100 plus $3.49 service fee. Please join us for an evening of dinner, dancing, live music and fundraising. Wicked Good Cause is honored to support this year's Winter Ball recipients.
When: Mar 12, 2016 7 PM in Kingston, Massachusetts (Sat, 12 Mar 2016 19 )
As every modern sartorialist knows, its the details that make the outfit, and the outfit that makes the man. At our first Maker's Conference, learn more about the techniques, symbolism, and attitudes surrounding 17th century clothing embellishment and accessories. Experience hands-on learning with activities like lace making, peek behind the scenes at our Native artifact collections, join in discussion with museum professionals and more as you discover the multifaceted world of 17th century dressing to impress. More details coming soon! For questions, or to purchase tickets over the phone, please contact Sarah Dery at (508)746-1622 ext 8359.
When: Jun 11, 2016 9 AM in Housatonic, Massachusetts (Sat, 11 Jun 2016 09 )
The Island Institute is hosting a series of screening events showcasing our “A Climate of Change” film series in January - March, 2016, in Rockland, Portland, Boston, New York, and Washington D.C. The films examine the effects on the fishing industry associated with climate change, including warming waters, lack of biodiversity, and ocean acidification. Across New England and the nation, fishermen and scientists are observing notable shifts in the ecosystem and dramatic changes on the water. These Island Institute film screenings will help introduce shellfish aquaculture as an example of economic diversification for fishing communities and will prove to be excellent opportunities for relationship building and dialogue exchange on climate change. Program Overview 5:45 – 6:45 p.m.: Members-only cocktail reception with President Rob Snyder at Foundry On Elm (255 Elm Street, Somerville, MA 02144) 7 – 8:30 p.m.: Climate of Change film event at Somerville Theatre Part I: Warming Waters in the Gulf of Maine (6 min) Part II: Ocean Acidification in Alaska (9 min) Part III: Collapse and Adaptation in Apalachicola, FL (9 min) Part IV: The Future of Aquaculture (10 min) 8 - 8:30 p.m.: Facilitated Q&A
When: Mar 8, 2016 6 PM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Tue, 08 Mar 2016 18 )
This is a full day, interactive workshop for farmers on "Wholesale Success". Participants will learn best practices for wholesale marketing strategies and on-farm food safety, as well as basic post-harvest handling. Participants will also receive a free copy of the Wholesale Success manual (a $70 value). This 316 page manual covers up-to-date best practices information on food safety, postharvest handling, packing, business management, marketing, and crop-specific profiles for over 100 crops. Lunch, snacks, and beverages will be provided. This workshop is co-hosted by New Entry Sustainable Farming Project, FamilyFarmed, and USDA. Scholarships are available to cover registration cost if needed. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
When: Mar 2, 2016 8 AM in North Grafton, Massachusetts (Wed, 02 Mar 2016 08 )
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