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Saturday, January 13, 8 pm – See also Feb 23!
Natick

Jimmy Tingle:
Where are we now?

Jimmy Tingle

Hi Everyone,
This Saturday, 1/13/18 I'll be taking a break from the campaign trail to get back to my comedy roots. One show only at the beautiful Center for Arts in Natick. I hope you can make it.
We are also continuing to do a lot of private parties, fundraisers and corporate events. If you are interested please fill out the booking form below.
Thank you all for your continued support.
Jimmy

FREE PARKING is available at the Middlesex Ave. public lot, entrance on Summer Street. Free evening parking is also available in downtown Natick.
Order tickets online, phone (508) 647-0097 or in person at the Box Office

The Center for Arts in Natick (TCAN) 14 Summer Street, Natick
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Saturday, January 27, 2 – 4 pm
Cambridge

Don’t Bank on the Bomb:
Divesting from the Business of Nuclear Weapons

Don't bank on the bomb

In 2016, the Cambridge City Council adopted a resolution urging the Cambridge Retirement System (CRS) to divest its pension funds from companies that either produce nuclear weapons, or invest in their production. This forum will address the issues confronting city government as it works to follow through on that resolution – such as the fact that the Cambridge Retirement System is one of 104 contributory retirement systems in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is governed by a five member board, and is subject to the provisions of Massachusetts state law, not municipal control. The forum will also provide advice to individual investors on how to divest their own savings from weapons production and invest in peaceful alternatives.

2 pm — Welcome and Campaign Overview
• Welcome and Background: Councillor Dennis Carlone (Cambridge City Council)
• International Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty: Shelagh Foreman (Massachusetts Peace Action)
• The Nuclear Weapons Industry: Richard Krushnic (People’s Engagement)
• The Immorality of Nuclear Weapons: Rev. Herb Taylor (Harvard-Epworth United Methodist Church)
• The South Africa, Tobacco Industry, and Fossil Fuel Precedents: Prof. Jonathan King (Massachusetts Peace Action)

3 pm — Divestment initiatives
• Divesting from Individual Portfolios: Lucas Perry (Future of Life Institute)
• Divestment as a General Disarmament Strategy: Sarah Eckel-Dalrymple (CODEPINK)
• Tackling the State Legislature: State Rep Mike Connolly (26th Middlesex District)
• Building Statewide Divestment Campaigns: Cole Harrison (Massachusetts Peace Action)

The forum is free and open to the public.
Sponsored by: the Cambridge Peace Commission; Massachusetts Peace Action; Campaign for Peace, Disarmament and Common Security; Institute for People's Engagement; and the Future of Life Institute.

For more information about the international effort organized by The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), visit www.dontbankonthebomb.com. ICAN is a coalition of non-governmental organizations in one hundred countries promoting adherence to and implementation of the United Nations nuclear weapon ban treaty.

Cambridge Public Library Lecture Hall, 449 Broadway, Cambridge

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Saturday, January 27, 7:30 pm
Cambridge

Music for Peace: Schubert Birthday Concert

Victor Rosenbaum, piano
Junko Watanabe, soprano
Klaudia Szlachta, violin
Nathaniel Farny, viola
Hyun-ji Kwon, cello
Bebu Shiu, bass

Schubert concert musicians

Program
Schubert, Piano Quintet in A major (“Trout”), D. 667
Schubert, Rondo Brilliante in b minor for Violin and Piano, D. 895
and selected Schubert songs

For the second concert in our 2017 2018 Music for Peace series, we present an All-Schubert Evening. The music director for the series, Victor Rosenbaum, pianist and noted Schubert interpreter, has gathered a group of distinguished musicians to perform a program of music of Franz Schubert, very close to the 221st anniversary of the composer’s birth.
The featured work, the beloved “Trout” Quintet, will be preceded by some of Schubert’s most cherished songs (including the one that inspired the quintet) performed by the Marlboro Music Festival veteran, soprano Junko Watanabe, followed by the brilliant and virtuosic violin and piano duo, the Rondo in b minor (D. 895), performed by the Polish-born Boston University faculty member Klaudia Szlachta.
Joining Rosenbaum and Szlachta for the “Trout” Quintet (D. 667) will be violist Nathaniel Farny, cellist Hyun-Ji Kwon and double bass player Bebo Shiu.

Click here for more information on the individual performers.
Benefits Massachusetts Peace Action Education Fund; part of the Music for Peace Series. Single concert: seats $25 in advance for Mass. Peace Action members, $35 for non-members, $10 for students, $35 at the door. Series of 3 concerts: member $65, non-member $80, student $25.

To reserve, write a check to “Massachusetts Peace Action Education Fund” and mail to 11 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138, or call 617-354-2169 with credit card number. Or reserve seats online for the single concert or purchase online for the entire series.

Donations to support our work for peace are needed in any amount. Supporters donate $250 or more to Massachusetts Peace Action Education Fund; they receive two tickets with preferred seating in the first 3 rows to each concert and recognition in the programs. Sponsors donate $500 and receive four tickets; Benefactors donate $1,000 and receive eight tickets.

The audience is invited to join the musicians and Peace Action members at a reception after the concert.

Harvard-Epworth Methodist Church, 1555 Mass. Ave., Cambridge

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Friday, February 23, 6 – 11 pm
Lincoln, NH

Jimmy Tingle at Woodwards!

How about a Ski Weekend and Show at Woodwards in New Hampshire?

Order tickets online

Woodwards Resort 527 U.S. 3, Lincoln, NH 03251

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