Thinking About Housing (5/16)

Please join us for the presentation “Thinking About Housing”, presented by Cathy Boyle of Autism Housing Pathways Date:  Monday, May 16th at 7:00pm Location:  Zoom–please register here for link This presentation is “Housing 101” for parents of children with disabilities.  It introduces families to the range of public […]

Dyslexia Parents Group Morning Coffee

Friday, May 6th from 10:00 – 11:30AM RSVP to to receive location Please join us for our May morning coffee!  We’re open to anyone who has a child struggling to read and/or write, who needs more information on how to support them and who wants to join […]

Earth Day in May

Saturday, May 14 from 11AM – 3PM at the Lexington Visitors Center (HUB) 10AM – 5PM at Volunteers’ Homes all over Lexington On Saturday, May 14, Lexington’s first ever “Earth Day in May” will celebrate all the ways we can help support life on earth, from switching to […]

Eat at Panera in Waltham Monday, May 2nd

Need breakfast, lunch, or dinner plans on Monday? Make it Panera Day! Please order Panera from 1100 Lexington St in Waltham next Monday, May 2nd and 20% of the proceeds will be donated back to the Bridge PTA. Order online and use promo code PRFUND (rapid pick-up and […]


registration open WHERE: DIAMOND MIDDLE SCHOOL WHEN: Sunday afternoons April 24 – June 5  (for middle school grades, we also have Wednesday evening skill sessions @5pm) Grades 1-2 Grades 3-5 Grades 6-8 Grades 9-12 INFO / CONTACT: U14 Ultimate Info/Registration – Spring 2022  or   After a successful […]

Climate Coffee Break with Mothers Out Front (4/14)

Thursday April 14, 12:00 to 12:30 PM (Virtual) “Pressuring Corporations on Climate Change”  Learn how Mothers Out Front is pressuring businesses to adopt policies and practices that reduce, rather than perpetuate, the world’s dependence on fossil fuels. Sue Stafford and Toby Woll of our Corporate Responsibility Action Group […]

Lexington Symphony: Concert for Families(4/9)

A Musical Journey Through Time! Saturday, April 9th, 3:00pm at Cary Hall From chanting monks to Beethoven to Star Wars, watch the orchestra grow from a few ancient instruments to what you see today: a stage full of strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion. Selections from Bach, Tchaikovsky, Handel, […]