Friedland & Friends LIVE Jazz Series

Friedland & Friends LIVE Jazz Series

Pianist/composer Brian Friedland with Catherine Bent 9/20

Man on Land 9/27

Shaw Pong Liu & Dave Cordes 10/11

Steve Fell 10/18

Rob Flax 10/25. 4 pm on Sundays, Sept 20-Oct 25. Eliot Schoolyard, 24 Eliot Street

Advance tickets required: https://eliotschool.org/programs/events

Friedland & Friends LIVE Jazz Series

Friedland & Friends LIVE Jazz Series

Pianist/composer Brian Friedland with Catherine Bent 9/20

Man on Land 9/27

Shaw Pong Liu & Dave Cordes 10/11

Steve Fell 10/18

Rob Flax 10/25. 4 pm on Sundays, Sept 20-Oct 25. Eliot Schoolyard, 24 Eliot Street

Advance tickets required: https://eliotschool.org/programs/events

Friedland & Friends LIVE Jazz Series

Friedland & Friends LIVE Jazz Series

Pianist/composer Brian Friedland with Catherine Bent 9/20

Man on Land 9/27

Shaw Pong Liu & Dave Cordes 10/11

Steve Fell 10/18

Rob Flax 10/25. 4 pm on Sundays, Sept 20-Oct 25. Eliot Schoolyard, 24 Eliot Street

Advance tickets required: https://eliotschool.org/programs/events

Coronavirus Collateral Damage: Funerals, Animal Vets, Art Schools, Wake Up The Earth Festival, All Affected

The damage wrought by COVID-19 is permeating all aspects of society. Our funerals are being affected, our woodworking classes are being cancelled, and our beloved Wake Up The Earth Festival is not happening May 2. The Forest Hills Cemetery was consecrated in 1848, and it's not clear if there's ever been restrictions placed on the number of attendees allowed at funerals. But now there are -- in accordance with Governor Charlie Baker's executive order, burials are now limited to 25 people, according to Forest Hills Cemetery's website. Along with the 25 person limit, there are other new protocols:
We are requesting that all family members remain in their cars until the casket has been placed at the gravesite and the Cemetery personnel have left the area.

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Maggie Hill Scholarship Honors Memory of Eliot School Student of Four Decades

Maggie Hill took her first class at the Eliot School at 27, and continued to take them at the Jamaica Plain school into her 70s. In honor of her lengthy love and support of Eliot School, a scholarship has been created in her memory. "Maggie Hill was a student of the Eliot School for over four decades and a cherished face at our schoolhouse... Our Maggie Hill Scholarship commemorates Maggie’s love for craft and spirit of generosity. The scholarship will allow several students each year to attend classes tuition-free.

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