Sunny Cambridge, a program that provides access to online tools and resources for making decisions about solar power, launched this week. The program will allow residents to get comprehensive, unbiased information for making an educated solar purchase.
In celebration of National Fair Housing Month, the Human Rights Commission will hold the 23rd Annual Fair Housing Award Ceremony and Reception on April 13.
The city is partnering with the New England Rain Barrel Co. to get residents a special price on rain barrels through May 12.
Residents seeking citizenship can get help from 3 to 7 p.m. April 16 at the Brighton office of the Cambridge-based Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers.
A public workshop on hoarding called “Finders/Keepers” is scheduled to be presented from 9:30 a.m. to noon April 12 by Lee and Bec Shuer at the Citywide Senior Center, 806 Massachusetts Ave., Central Square.
April 22 is the deadline for résumés and letters of interest from residents interested in serving on the Cambridge Affordable Housing Trust.
Friends of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School is partnering with four local Whole Foods Market stores to raise funds for the city’s only public high school.
Cambridge Works, the city’s transitional jobs program for residents ages 18 to 35 who haven’t been able to get or keep jobs, celebrated its 16th graduating class during a special ceremony March 17 at City Hall.
There will be a free, informational Question & Answer session on renovations and construction requirements for residents from 6 to 8 p.m. April 11 at the Inspectional Services Department, 831 Massachusetts Ave., Mid-Cambridge.
People interested in serving on the Cambridge Human Rights Commission are asked to send letters of interest, a résumé and list of applicable experience.