Stephen's Auto Repair is family owned and operated providing accurate diagnostics, quality repairs and honest advice for all your transportation needs. You'll get personal service from the owner who has the experience, knowledge and great reputation who takes pride that his Stephen's name is on the building. All work is guaranteed and performed by ASE certified technicians. Stephen's Auto repair is conveniently located across from the Burlington High School on Route 3A.
Bedford Massachusetts was founded in 1729 and has kept both its natural and architectural beauty. Upon visiting Bedford you would find an attractive historic district hosting several national historic landmarks and town common with the famous Bedford flag on display in the library. Bedford Day is celebrated every September with a parade, street fair and dancing.
On top of its convenient location just off of Route 128, Bedford residents enjoy many services. Education is a top priority and the library serves everyone and has active children's programs. There are recreation programs for all ages which include a swimming pond, a lake for boating, a bike path to Cambridge and walking trails to conservation areas. Bedford also has a senior center which is open daily and offers health and leisure services.
Bedford, MA is home to a mix of business and industry. When combined, Middlesex Community College, the veteran's hospital and Hanscom Air Base employ over 23,000 people.
Bedford has many diverse ethnic, religious and special interest groups and people of Bedford make a conscious effort to be inclusive. With its unique quality of community spirit, residents believe their town to be a fine place to work, visit or call home.
Free Compression Stocking with Vein Treatment by Evanesce Expires: 4/15/2016 New patients will receive a FREE compression stocking with any vein treatment by Evanesce Sclerotherapy ($100 Value). Sclerotherapy is a minimally invasive treatment to treat varicose & spider veins. The procedure causes the veins to shrink & eventually disappear.
Don't miss this chance to swim point-to-point across a closed shipping channel with 300 other swimmers! This 1.2-mile open-water swim begins in the clean, clear waters of the outer harbor in New Bedford, MA and ends with a pancake breakfast and awards ceremony on the beach in Fairhaven. Open to ages 11 and up. Fully supported event with robust safety protocol. Swim solo, with a team, or with a kayak escort - all are eligible for awards and prizes. The Buzzards Bay Swim is a fundraiser for clean water: $25 to register/$150 fundraising minimum per swimmer/youth teams raise $200 per every four swimmers. Seeing is believing, come try out this awesome and energetic community event! Register today: www.savebuzzardsbay.org/swim
When: Jun 25, 2016 12 AM to Jun 25, 2016 12 AMin New Bedford, Massachusetts (Sat, 25 Jun 2016 00 )
2016 is sure to be an exciting year for nonprofits— filled with innovations and creative solutions to meet the challenges we will face. And while nonprofits across the Commonwealth share a range of experiences, we know there are a great deal of differences determined not only by your size and mission, but also by where your organization operates. During MNN’s Nonprofit Town Halls, MNN’s new CEO Jim Klocke and staff will share statistics and information on the nonprofit sector in each region to help nonprofit leaders collaborate and advocate for their organizations. In addition, the gatherings will provide attendees with the opportunity to share ideas, ask questions, and voice opinions about important topics such as funding, government relations, and the state of each region’s nonprofit sector. Presented in partnership with the United Way of Greater New Bedford. Registration, networking, and refreshments will be open at 8:30. Program will begin at 9:00.
When: Apr 8, 2016 8 AM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Fri, 08 Apr 2016 08 )
WHEN: 6 week series | Sundays, Jan. 10 - Feb. 14 4:00 - 5:30pm COST: $72 for series or $15 to drop-in Yoga on Union is offering Pre-Natal Yoga and the expecting can expect a beneficial & nourishing experience. Women are welcome to inquire about these classes by emailing or calling Yoga on Union. These classes are designed & led by a certified Pre-natal Instructor. No prior experience with yoga necessary. Any shape, size, & age can attend to begin to feel grounded, centered, & confidently balanced. With yoga, breath work, and meditation pregnant women can create optimum conditions of health as well as awareness. We here at Yoga on Union genuinely support the power, beauty, & transformation of not only pregnancy but birth and motherhood as a whole. For inquiries & questions contact Yoga on Union at email@example.com or (508) 858-6786.
When: Feb 12, 2016 4 PM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Fri, 12 Feb 2016 16 )
Kidabaloo is a fun day for the whole family! Shake off that cabin fever and check out some great indoor fun, including giant inflatable obstacle courses, games, actors dressed as some of your favorite characters and even an appearance by a famous teen celebrityCoy Stewart who plays "Troy" on Nickolodeon's Bella & the Bulldogs! 4 Person Pass - $24.00 5 Person Pass - $30.00 3 Person Pass - $18.00 Single Person Pass - $6.00 2 Person Pass - $12.00
When: Mar 19, 2016 10 AM in New Bedford, Massachusetts Cost: $6.00 - $30.00 (Sat, 19 Mar 2016 10 )
We took a break for the new year, but the Business Buzz team is excited to announce that we will be resuming our casual #NOTworking sessions on March 10th at one of our favorite hangouts, Pier 37! We are inviting professionals, aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners to join us from 5:30-8:00 PM for snacks, drinks and conversation. Stay the whole time or pop in on your AHA rounds... either way, we hope to see you there!
When: Mar 10, 2016 5 PM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Thu, 10 Mar 2016 17 )
ANNUAL ILLUSTRATION THEME SHOW: On view FEBRUARY 1 - 12, 2016 This year's theme for the Annual Illustration Theme Show is Cryptic! Current student work is shown alongside faculty, staff and alumni in a broad range of method and media. Deadline for Students is January 27th
When: Feb 1, 2016 12 AM to Feb 13, 2016 12 AMin New Bedford, Massachusetts (Mon, 01 Feb 2016 00 )
Out of Bounds, directed by Noube Rateau and William Medero, goes into an in depth discussion about how athletes deal with issues of the inner city and how sports could be the vehicle to escape in order to find success. This documentary brings together, for the first time, some of the largest local and national names in sports. ESPN’s Stephen A Smith, Jackie MacMullan, and Robert “Scoop” Jackson give their perspectives on the importance of athletes and finding success after sports. Basketball Division 1 standout Brian Rudolph (New Bedford), All American Matt King (Stoughton), All Conference Kharee Louis Jeune (Brockton), and others are chronicled about their life in the toughest parts of their cities and how sports was their ticket out.
When: Feb 15, 2016 6 PM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Mon, 15 Feb 2016 18 )
Restorative Yoga promotes conscious relaxation and a calming of the central nervous system while resting deeply and completely. This practice offers many benefits including reduced blood pressure, improvement in digestion, fertility, reduced muscle tension, and improved sleep. This is open to all, including those who have never practiced yoga. This class takes place on the floor aptly support by all sorts of props, blankets and love. The music will be a soft and fluid sound aiding you into a serene place. Wear warm clothes and warm socks. Yoga led by Juliet. [space is limited]
When: Feb 21, 2016 6 PM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Sun, 21 Feb 2016 18 )
You’ve got a great idea for something…but what is it? For-profit or nonprofit? How do you know the difference? Join us on February 26 at noon at GroundWorks for a lunch hour discussion of the distinctions between nonprofit organizations and for-profit business entities. Attorney Linnea Michel of the Legal Center for Nonprofits will explain key differences to help you sort out whether you should follow the for-profit or nonprofit path. This event is brought to you by EforAll, Groundwork! and the Legal Center for Nonprofits. The event is free. Bring your own lunch.
When: Feb 26, 2016 12 PM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Fri, 26 Feb 2016 12 )
¿Estas listo para llevar tu relacion a otro nivel? Si tu respuesta es afirmativa ven y comparte en esta velada romantica inolvidable con una deliciosa cena acompañando a los Pastores y Conferencistas Luis y Michelle Feliciano, de la Iglesia Casa de Gracia y Restauracion. Los anfitriones de esta cena lo son Pastores Neftali y Jeanette Toro, ellos pensando en la gran necesidad que tienen muchas parejas dentro y fuera de las iglesias movidos a ayudar a la restauracion y solidificar las parejas atravez de talleres, conferencias y consejeria de esta manera ofrecer las herramientas adecuadas para ayudar a enfrentar los nuevos retos que se presentan cada dia, pues muchas veces por falta de orientacion se toman malas desiciones. Hoy queremos que los matrimonios sea unos fundados firmes en el amor, pasion, comunicacion,tiempo de calidad y orden permaneciendo en pacto del Matrimonio. No te lo puedes perder. Bendecidos Costo donativo de $25.00 por pareja (+Fee E $2.37) 295 Dartmouth St. New Bedford Ma. 02740 inf. 774-417-2863 firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Feb 27, 2016 6 PM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Sat, 27 Feb 2016 18 )
Praised for its "confident, hard-hitting" (LA Weekly) execution in a wide range of styles, BODYTRAFFIC was named one of Dance Magazine's 25 to Watch in 2013. The company has surged to the forefront of the concert dance world, commissioning new works from world-class contemporary choreographers - including the prolific work of Kyle Abraham. Tickets start at $27, and are available online at zeiterion.org, in person at The Z box office or by phone at 508-994-2900.
When: Feb 27, 2016 8 PM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Sat, 27 Feb 2016 20 )
Well 1st time at this club great food serving until 12am. and of course great music with ABSOLUTE so come by and support the restaurant/club and ABSOLUTE and celebrate and dance our start of many more gig at the Bar
When: May 21, 2016 9 PM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Sat, 21 May 2016 21 )
Sign up for a conference call Digit Murphy & Paige Lemieux for more information. The Play It Forward Disrupters is a fantastic opportunity for dedicated and hard working players looking to enhance exposure and grow their opportunities for collegiate hockey. The Play It Forward Disrupters program develops young women into leaders under the tutelage of our all-female impeccable coaching staff. We presently are accepting applications to be considered for a U19 summer opportunity at Beantown tournament and pre-Beantown Mini Camp.
When: Jul 19, 2016 7 AM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Tue, 19 Jul 2016 07 )
Since Melville and Douglass, New Bedford has enjoyed a special place in literature. It's a place of romance and refuge - and a starting point for grand adventure and great lives. The same holds true today. Local authors, publishing houses and zines give the city and South Coast resonance on the page - and on Saturday, March 5 and Sunday, March 6, 2016 you're invited to begin a new chapter in the city's literary history with the launch of the New Bedford Book Festival. The New Bedford Book Festival will take place that weekend at Groundwork!, the spacious new co-working facility at 1213 Purchase Street in New Bedford. The festival will take place over the two days, Sat. March 5 and Sun. March 6, 2016 from 11:00 a.m. until 4 p.m. each day and feature special readings and programming, a curated selection of artists and all the imagination its participants bring to the table. Authors, published and self-published, publishing houses, and purveyors of periodicals and zines are welcome to participate and introduce their work to a new audience at this public event. Table fee is $45 and includes both days of the festival. Space is limited to 40 participants; sign up today and immediately begin bringing your words before the reading public as we promote the New Bedford Book Festival on social media outlets and via news releases. Once you've joined the New Bedford Book Festival, you'll begin to receive e-mail updates and news about the event that you can share on your own Facebook page, blog or website. As March draws near, you'll get set-up details and can even visit Groundwork! to see the space where you'll be introducing your book(s) to the public for sale. Participants are responsible for their own sales and Wi-Fi is available for credit card purchases. We welcome you to this new chapter in New Bedford's literary history as we open a new era of words and ideas before the reading public to savor, provoke, enjoy and cherish. Follow the New Bedford Book Festival at Facebook.com/NewBedfordNow. Send any question or suggestions to NewBedfordNow@gmail.com.
When: Mar 5, 2016 11 AM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Sat, 05 Mar 2016 11 )
The Coalition for Animals is having it's 9th annual LASAGNA DINNER to support our Seniors for Seniors Program, for which we subsidise the adoption fee to adopt a senior shelter animal to a senior person! Over 100 senior shelter animals have been adopted this year instead of being euthanized. Help us help more senior animals and senior people find their perfect companion! Meat and Vegetarian Lasagna (provided by Ma Raffa's) Bread, Salad, Coffee and Dessert Cash Bar Auction/Raffle
When: Mar 24, 2016 5 PM to Mar 24, 2016 7 PMin New Bedford, Massachusetts Cost: 12 - 12 USD (Thu, 24 Mar 2016 17 )
This training is essential for all career center managers and staff who administer the TAA program at the local level and provide direct assistance to TAA eligible customers. This is an half day training covering the Trade Adjustment Assistance Reauthorization Act of 2015 and overview of current rules.
When: Mar 2, 2016 9 AM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Wed, 02 Mar 2016 09 )
BRITTEN, SCHUMANN & MUSSORGSKY Guest Artist: Carter Brey, Cello
The New Bedford Symphony Orchestra’s 100th season continues with another blockbuster performance that will leave you breathless!
Benjamin Britten: Four Sea Interludes from “Peter Grimes”
One of last great composers of opera, Britten has a lyrical approach and a keen sense of drama. These four haunting scenes capture the physical and emotional atmosphere of the sea.
Robert Schumann: Cello Concerto in A Minor
Carter Brey, principal cellist of the New York Philharmonic, takes on this formidable work, one of deep strength and emotion. The three movements take us on an emotional journey and are played without interruption. Schumann composed the enigmatic concerto in just 15 days but did not live to hear it performed.
Modest Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition
A literal promenade through an art exhibit, Mussorgsky composed this as a memorial to his friend Viktor Hartmann, a Russian painter. A colorful depiction of the fantastical and sometimes macabre paintings, Mussorgsky wrote this as a solo piano piece. This orchestration by Maurice Ravel is by far the most popular of the work’s many arrangements.
The NBSO is a superb professional orchestra that performs with internationally renowned guest artists, annually presenting a 7-concert series of classical and pops music and a 4-concert chamber music series, as well as providing nationally recognized educational programs for the children of South Coast. For $10 tickets for children and students under age 22, please call or visit The Z box office, 508-994-2900. For discounted season tickets, please call the NBSO office at 508-999-6276.
Join us for an amazing evening of Healing Messages from Above with Medium Candace Dalton! Connect with your loved ones in Heaven in this two hour event, where Candace will deliver messages of hope, healing and precise validations from your loved ones on the other side! Candace is the niece of internationally renowned medium Maureen Hancock. Candace has been featured on national television, including The Ricki Lake Show and The Style Network, and has been featured as a recurring guest on several radio stations, including Fun 107.1 and WBSM 1420. As a young child Candace has always had the gift to connect to the other side without even truly knowing it. Candace has always believed in Heaven and life on the other side but never knew "Medium" even existed. At the age of 7 her Aunt Pam passed away unexpectedly and Candace was immediately receiving signs from her. Six years later Candace's cousin Sean who was exceptionally close to her, passed while doing what he loved, working on his car. It was then that Sean became a guardian in Heaven and guided Candace to trust her gift that she was given. This was just the start to helping many and believes Sean is the ultimate reasoning behind this new journey. After graduating high school in 2008, Candace attended cosmetology school in Rhode Island where there were new faces and of course, spirits beside them. Word had spread fast about her gift during the first week of school. She began to trust her intuition and began reading almost every day. She realized her gift lifted people from grief, filled the soul with hope and allowed people to continue living this life in a lighter way. Candace took the leap of faith in 2009 and began to do private and group readings to help release the grief for many. From there, her mediumship reputation began to spread and she began doing large gallery readings and fundraisers. Candace is very passionate about her mediumship work and is thankful to God and the Universe that she is able to help people in a very sacred way. Seating is limited to 30 people, so don't wait to book! *Doors open at 6:00PM. Please park on street ONLY. *Please note not everyone attending this event will receive a reading. Entertainment purposes only, no refunds or transfers.
When: Mar 31, 2016 6 PM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Thu, 31 Mar 2016 18 )
This first eight week session involves hands-on color theory as we mix and apply each layer and detail of the composition. Understanding the nature of the medium and care for supplies are covered as well. Each week each artists will leave with a painted canvas from different artistic expressions and studies ie. Impressionists, Cubism, etc. Landscape, still life, abstract and animal rendering are several areas we'll be covering to create and explore texture, and gain an understanding of composition. Each week students will leave with a painted piece of art which encompasses the lesson. Fitz will prepare a supply list for the parents, but for a fee he can provide the supplies ie. easel, canvas, apron, paint, brushes etc. for convenience fee. 8 week 90 minute sessions February 4 February 11 No class February 18 February 25 March 3 March 10 March 17 March 24 March 31 We look forward to seeing you then! If your child is not a homeschooler or you require payment arrangements, please email Krysten@MastermindAdventures.com. Fitz "The Art Guy" has a long history of working with kids, teens and adults on improving their own personal art journey. From the articlle, "Art Beat: New Bedford provides fertile ground for transplanted artists" Don Wilkinson, South Coast Today, January 2016 "Fitzcarmel Lamarre is another artist transplant to the city. The 41-year-old first generation Haitian-American was born in Boston and spent his youth in Miami. He attended the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, with dreams of a career as a comic book artist, and eventually became a graphic designer, moving to Los Angeles in 2007. Eventually, missing family, he moved back to Massachusetts, where his father, brothers and son all lived.In New Bedford, Third EyE, the U.G.L.Y Gallery and Gallery X all caught his attention and he became a member of the X. (He is the curator of the next exhibit, featuring art inspired by the legendary lost city of Atlantis.) Lamarre's career history was in advertising and graphics, but in New Bedford, he leapt into painting. He has worked on the Art-Mobile operated by New Bedford Art Museum/ArtWorks!, and has volunteered at Friends Academy and on the New Bedford Cultural Council. He is working on a graphic novel about a zombie attack on New Bedford called "New Deadford."Lamarre is about to begin teaching at the Renaissance Community School for the Arts and he is an instructor at Painting With a Splash!, where he refers to himself as "the Art Guy" and "the Black Bob Ross." He has developed a devoted base of amateur students at the social painting business."
When: Feb 12, 2016 11 AM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Fri, 12 Feb 2016 11 )
This class is for kids & teens interested in learning how to improve their drawing skills by practicing specific areas of the body and poses. Ages are flexible. 8 week 1 hour sessions Classes will be on Wednesdays from 12:30 PM-1:30 PM February 3 February 10 No class February 17 February 24 March 2 March 9 March 16 March 23 March 30 We look forward to seeing you there! Class Description: In this eight week session students will use gesture drawing to further understand the physical anatomy of their character. They will also create a story for their character with an outline, describing the experiences that make them who they are. Students will learn to develop character sheets and story structure. Drawing pad. pencil, eraser, ruler and an original character in mind. Preliminary sketches and drawings are welcome but not necessary. If your child is not a homeschooler or you require payment arrangements, please email Krysten@MastermindAdventures.com. Fitz "The Art Guy" has a long history of working with kids, teens and adults on improving their own personal art journey. From the articlle, "Art Beat: New Bedford provides fertile ground for transplanted artists" Don Wilkinson, South Coast Today, January 2016 "Fitzcarmel Lamarre is another artist transplant to the city. The 41-year-old first generation Haitian-American was born in Boston and spent his youth in Miami. He attended the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, with dreams of a career as a comic book artist, and eventually became a graphic designer, moving to Los Angeles in 2007. Eventually, missing family, he moved back to Massachusetts, where his father, brothers and son all lived.In New Bedford, Third EyE, the U.G.L.Y Gallery and Gallery X all caught his attention and he became a member of the X. (He is the curator of the next exhibit, featuring art inspired by the legendary lost city of Atlantis.) Lamarre's career history was in advertising and graphics, but in New Bedford, he leapt into painting. He has worked on the Art-Mobile operated by New Bedford Art Museum/ArtWorks!, and has volunteered at Friends Academy and on the New Bedford Cultural Council. He is working on a graphic novel about a zombie attack on New Bedford called "New Deadford."Lamarre is about to begin teaching at the Renaissance Community School for the Arts and he is an instructor at Painting With a Splash!, where he refers to himself as "the Art Guy" and "the Black Bob Ross." He has developed a devoted base of amateur students at the social painting business."
When: Feb 12, 2016 12 PM in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Fri, 12 Feb 2016 12 )
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