Science Center, Lecture Hall D, 1 Oxford Street, Cambridge
What? Monstrous Electrical Show When? Wednesday, October 31, 4:30pm Where? Science Center, Lecture Hall D
Witness the science behind Frankenstein! Join us on Halloween for a re-enactment of the spooky and shocking experiments that inspired Mary Shelley in the writing of Frankenstein two hundred years ago. See
the strange apparatus that brought the creature to life in old horror films. Experiments will be performed with vintage and replica instruments by Sara Schechner and Daniel Rosenberg. Rare scientific apparatus from...
The Harvard Square Churches Meal Program operates a community supper each Thursday evening at Christ Church Cambridge. Their mission is to provide a nutritious meal in a hospitable environment to anyone who needs a meal.
Join us for another meeting of our Short Story Club!
This time, the reading will be Callan Wink's In Hindsight. Find it via http://tinyurl.com/yb6y4grq. We will meet at 7pm in the Fireside Room to talk about impressions, discuss the text, or just listen. Feel free to bring friends!
NOTE: We now have a full list of attendees for the trip--if you wish to join the waitlist, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your phone number, so we can update you if more spots become available!
Join Dudley Food Literacy at Allandale Farm, where the owners of the farm will present, with Chef Irene Li of Mei Mei, a tour and conversation about the relationship between growers and chefs to make farm-to-table seasonal cuisine!
We'll share rides to Allandale Farm from Dudley @ 10:30, spend an hour touring the farm and...
Come and join us to make October 20th a memorable Saturday by building a house for a family in need! The Dudley House build team will join Harvard Habitat for Humanity to help a local family who wish to become independent homeowners.
Want to get past the small talk and have meaningful conversations with strangers and peers? Wish you could have the kind of conversations you can have in the middle of the night for no reason, and feel safe chatting about topics you care about and tickle your brain?
Share your works of creative writing with others and get suggestions and encouragement from fellow writers and enthusiasts. Bring 5 copies of an excerpt of your work (no more than 3-4 pages). All genres and poetry welcome! Contact email@example.com with questions or for more information.
Harvard is located in an urban setting and faces the safety and security issues found in any other city. The Harvard University Police Department is offering a self defense course to all Harvard affiliates to teach basic safety awareness principles and self-defense techniques.
We promise that you'll learn a lot, while having fun, in this 4-hour session with our HUPD Self-Defense partner!
Looking to partake in or witness a battle of titans of knowledge of Hispanic/Latinx culture, literature, politics, music and geography? Seeking a wonderful opportunity to learn more about Hispanic/Latinx heritage (whether or not you call yourself Hispanic/Latinx), during Hispanic/Latinx heritage month, ...
This grad student 101-cooking class will teach you some kitchen workarounds, showing you how to hack a recipe to do what you want (not what the author tells you). We'll cook, learn, and along the way answer important Qs such as:
1) do I need that expensive ingredient? 2) what does "high heat" mean, anyway? 3) how do I know when it's done?