Chelsea Massachusetts is an old town settled in 1624 with a rich and proud history. The Industrial Revolution transformed Chelsea into a bustling manufacturing center and Chelsea flourished along with its ambitious and ethnically diverse population which boomed.
Chelsea is located next to scenic Boston Harbor on the Mystic and Chelsea Rivers and is a tiny 1.8 square miles community. From its numerous hills and high points, Chelsea offers a magnificent view of Boston's nearby skyline. Chelsea is also home to tree-lined streets with affordable, well kept homes, ballparks, playgrounds, excellent schools and a busy, friendly downtown district. Logan International Airport is only five minutes away and connects Chelsea with the world.
Chelsea has been unlucky enough to have suffered two major fires in its history-one in 1908 and then again in 1973. Each time the citizens and businesses of Chelsea rebuilt their city with remarkable zeal and determination and prosperity returned. Chelsea's unwavering pride, spirit of cooperation, friendliness and leadership are making Chelsea a most desirable place in which to work or live.
Taste of Chelsea 2015 Great Food! Great Cause! Monday, Sept. 21 99 Marginal Street, Chelsea 5 to 8 PM be part of the community solution to end domestic violence 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. Co-hosted by HarborCOV, which has a growing reputation for its nationally recognized social-change work, and the Chelsea Chamber of Commerce, the Taste of Chelsea is HarborCOV’s signature fundraiser and generates critical dollars for victims and survivors while raising awareness about the impact of domestic violence on us all.
Earthwatch is collaborating with the City of Cambridge Arborist, Chelsea Department of Public Works, the City of Somerville, and the City of Boston to collect data to study and protect the trees that make up the city's critically important urban forest. As a participant on this one-day program, you'll be trained in techniques for identifying species, measuring and observing individual tree samples, and uploading data via mobile apps. During the course of the day you'll work in groups, exploring Boston's urban forest and collecting data on the health, growth patterns, and impact on buildings and streets of individual trees. You'll help build a growing database of information needed to understand how trees positively impact urban areas and what trees need to survive and thrive in stressful environments. To see our 2015 dates, and to sign up, please see the link to our website: http://earthwatch.org/expeditions/exploring-bostons-urban-forest. Use promotion code: TREES to field on this expedition for free! If you are unable to personally join us, we would still love to have your colleagues, students, friends or family participate! Please spread the word! If you have any questions or are interested in putting together your own group team, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
When: Sep 5, 2015 10 AM in Chelsea, Massachusetts (Sat, 05 Sep 2015 10 )
A Brivo SyncUp Series Event Enjoy conversation and craft beer amongst fellow Boston technology professionals. Plenty of refreshments, mingling and thought leadership on the topics of IoT and cloud-based technologies will be shared.
Rosh Hashanah Schedule Led by Rabbi Moshe Liberow Sunday September 13 Candle Lighting - 6:40 PM 6:50 PM - Erev Rosh Hashanah Mincha Service 7:30 pm - Rosh Hashanah Evening Service Monday September 14 9:00 AM - Shachrit Morning Service 11:00 AM - Shofar 6:50 PM - Afternoon Service 7:30 PM - Evening Service Candle Lighting - 7:38 pm Tuesday September 15 9:00 AM - Shachrit Morning Service 11:00 AM - Shofar 6:50 PM - Afternoon Service 7:30 PM - Evening Service followed by Havdala email@example.com (617) 884-8668
Back by popular demand! Enjoy a range of freshly-brewed local craft beer samples and learn about how it’s made from beer artists & scientists. Hang out with other passionate Boston locals who are changing the world with technology & art, and get excited about the increasingly popular craft beer movement. Learn about Mystic Brewery and their retro-artisinal approach to making distinctly regional, naturally beautiful beers using indigenous yeast cultures. Must be 21+ To Attend. Valid Government-Issued ID Required. No Refunds. Parking: There is a private parking lot on site. Need a Ride to the Event? Here's $20 in Lyft Credit for Your First Ride! To Enter: Entry is to the back of the parking lot on the corner of Commandants Way and Williams Street.
When: Oct 2, 2015 7 PM in Chelsea, Massachusetts (Fri, 02 Oct 2015 19 )
The two-mile ALS & MS Walk for Living honors ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) and MS (multiple sclerosis) residents at the Leonard Florence Center for Living. The event raises funds for improved healthcare at the Foundation’s facilities and residences. Activities include food, music, performances, petting zoo, raffles, and more. To support the Walk for Living by sponsoring a team, joining the walk or to make a donation, visit www.walkforliving.org or call 617-409-8973.
When: Sep 27, 2015 10 AM in Chelsea, Massachusetts Cost: Free (Sun, 27 Sep 2015 10 )
The seventh annual ALS & MS Walk for Livingwill take place at 10am on Sunday, September 27 at 165 Captains Row, Admirals Hill, Chelsea. The 2 mile walk honors ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) and MS (multiple sclerosis) residents at the award-winning Leonard Florence Center for Living. Matt Siegel, host of the popular “Matty in the Morning Show” on KISS 104 FM will serve as “Master of Ceremonies. The walk, sponsored by the Chelsea Jewish Foundation, will raise funds for improved healthcare at the Foundation’s facilities and residences. Food, music, performances, petting zoo raffles and more! To support the Walk for Living by sponsoring a team, joining the walk or to make a donation, visit www.walkforliving.org or call 617-409-8973.
When: Sep 27, 2015 10 AM in Chelsea, Massachusetts (Sun, 27 Sep 2015 10 )
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