Check out the menu and make your reservation. https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/78864d_3bc1161d2fb74a6b8ba72a46ad32759b.pdf
A portrait studio will be set up for those who wish to become part of "Faces of Haiti" project. Please wear black top of participating.
Resources for our seniors. Hope this is helpful.
Come out to our annual Cinco de Mayo pub crawl for a good time.
A special night for old Hyde Park.
Angela Menino, honorary chair, speaking to the guests.
Delicious dishes from Passage West Catering at the Wright Grille.
The HP150 Celebration have started!
Support our Troops by donating your redeemable bottles and cans every 3rd Saturday of the month 9am-12:30pm at Fogg/Roberts Post #78, 56 Harvard Avenue Hyde Park, MA 02136. All proceeds collected will go to Operation Comfort Warrior.
Young, bright Haitian youths from the Youth and Family Enrichment Services (YOFES) Preform at the Boston Philharmonic. The YoFES String Quartet and a YoFES voice student performed at Boston Philharmonic Orchestra’s Interpretation Master Class on March 24th at Pickman Hall, Longy School of Music. The Interpretation Master Class consists of highly accomplished young musicians in the Boston area, and is led by Benjamin Zander, Conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra. Mr. Zander was very pleased to teach YoFES String Quartet and singer, and the audience was impressed by the YoFES students’ performance. This was the first time the students of YoFES performed at the Interpretation Master Class.
A Presentation by Steven Morris on Hyde Park Then & Now will be held on Saturday, April 21st at 1:30pm. Weld Hall, Hyde Park Library, 35 Harvard Avenue, Hyde Park (617)361-2514.
Get the kids out of the house TODAY and bring them down to the Muni Center for some Fit & Fun!
Welcoming New Executive Director at Youth and Family Enrichment Services! Mishella Etienne-Campbell has been appointed the Executive Director of Youth and Family Enrichment Services (YoFES), a 15-year-old non-profit community service organization that helps to build strong families through a range of programs targeted toward Greater Boston's Haitian Community. Mishella holds both an undergraduate and graduate degree with Honors from the University of Massachusetts, Boston in Applied Sociology. She brings with her over 12 years of experience in executive management, contract negotiations, sales and community outreach. Members of the search committee were impressed by her passion and experience in music education, youth programing and her knowledge of the local Haitian community. She has the combination of an engaging personality, programmatic and financial management skills, confidence and determination that will enable her to fulfill the role of Executive Director. Her strengths are well-suited to enabling YoFES to communicate its mission and story to key stakeholders, prospective community partners and donors, city and state agencies, elected officials, and beyond. Mishella has strong connections with the Haitian-American Community in Boston, serving on a number of Boards or in leadership positions within several organizations and community initiatives. She will build upon YoFES’ existing assets, including a committed leadership, a talented and dedicated staff, eagerly participating children and parents, and our many external partners. We are confident the community will enjoy working with Mishella to strengthen our youth and families. YoFES is a 15-year-old non-profit community service organization that helps build strong families by engaging primarily Haitian youth of all ages and involving their families in After-School Programs, Music Education and Performance and Summer Enrichment, as well as Health Education for teens and young adults. We believe that all children should have access to quality education, enrichment opportunities, health care and a safe community in which to grow and thrive. Highly committed YoFES staff, board members and parents are committed to empowering and equipping children for successful, healthy lives.
A presentation by Steven Morris on Hyde Park Then & Now Saturday, April 21st @ 1:30pm Since 2015, Steve Morris has been the publisher of the Hyde Park: Then & Now Facebook page - with over 3,000 member curators providing photographs and stories of Hyde Park from the early 1800's to the present day. Steve will present a slideshow of historic Hyde Park images and provide commentary and stories to inspire feedback from the audience. Weld Hall, Hyde Park Library, 354 Harvard Avenue, Hyde Park ~ 617.361.2524
Guys & Dolls at Riverside Theatre Works, April 13- 22 Their students perform this fabulous musical theatre classic through April Vacation week! Not to be missed! Buy your tickets now. http://www.rtwboston.org/shows
Get the kids out of the house next week and bring them down to the Muni Center for some Fit & Fun.