The variety shows “Thought Bomb” and Ginny Nightshade and Will Smalley’s “The Getaway”; second annual Salsa Squared celebration; sixth Run & Ride at CambridgeSide; and second Cambridge Jazz Festival.
A “Kissing Moonlight” poetry reading with music; sixth annual World Naked Bike Ride Boston; final Xmortis and Heroes dance nights at T.T.’s; free “Paddington” screening; and three-band bill is Proud at Passim.
The four-day tournament – an Olympic style competition held annually since 1982 – starts Today and concludes with a medal round Sunday.
Singer-songwriter Reina del Cid stops in at Toad; “Fare Thee Well” Grateful Dead simulcast; free Fourth of July kids events; free all-day comedy; and a summer Boston Celtic Music Fest.
The final School Committee meeting before summer looked at topics including the replacement of a resigning principal and drug policies. But members were especially stirred by an initiative of third-graders seeking broader narratives on the Revolutionary War.
The city is looking for a resident interested in serving on the Kids’ Council to develop policy and program recommendations aimed at making sure Cambridge is a place where children and youth are healthy, safe, educated and civically engaged.
The Cambridge Youth Dance Program company is looking for “serious dancers” to become part of a pre-professional youth performance ensemble for the 2015-16 season. Auditions are Tuesday.
Jenna Zwanger, a Cambridge native and graduate of Cambridge Rindge & Latin School, was named to the Hiram College Dean’s List for the spring semester.
They were the guinea pigs, the pioneers. They experienced more of the school district restructuring than any other class. They also had the most to lose if the whole thing resulted in disaster. And now they’re graduating, after a class trip.
This May 30 show is the third for Sisters on the Runway’s local chapter, based at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, with proceeds going to Transition House, a shelter for women and families who have suffered domestic violence.