To come up:
Live music at Gore Place: 7:30 p.m. June 3. Tickets: $ 21. To order / information: http://goreplace.org. Gore Place will offer a concert of Irish music by violinist Laurel Martin and multi-instrumentalist Mark Roberts with a special performance by dancer Sean nos Keiran Jordan.
The renewal of the spirit: Beyond Burnout and Compassion Fatigue: 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on June 8. To register: https://bit.ly/3f95eY3. For more information: [email protected] or 781-373-6616. Presented by Joan Borysenko, author and speaker. Borysenko will introduce the seven resilience skills and practice meditation and self-care techniques, followed by a discussion of the inner and outer landscape of burnout. After registering, parties will receive a confirmation email with information about attending the webinar. The program meets the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing requirements at 244 CMR 5.00 for 1.5 hours of contact.
Caring for the caregiver: 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. on June 10. To register: https://bit.ly/3432aX4. Hosted virtually by Mary Crowe of the Care Dimensions Learning Institute. Improve understanding of factors that influence caregiver stress, caregiving challenges, and ways to help caregivers take care of themselves.
Live music at Gore Place: 7:30 p.m. on June 10. Tickets: $ 21. To order / information: http://goreplace.org. Gore Place will feature a concert titled Folklore of the Fiddler in Ballads, Stories and Tunes with traditional music duo High Strung Strummers. The program is a mix of ballads, ancient melodies, and stories, often presented as a Crankie narrative roll, emphasizing the life and music of African-American fiddler Bill Driver. This program takes place in the spacious Gore Place Event Tent. Parking is free. Local COVID-19 restrictions apply.
Free Caregiver Support Group via Zoom: 10:30 am-11:30am June 14 and July 12. RSVP before June 11 and July 9: [email protected] or 855-774-5100.
Healthy Waltham Town Hall: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. on June 17. This virtual event will recognize all that Healthy Waltham and its supporters have accomplished over the past 12 months and address the organization’s vision for the future. Invitation and details to follow.
Raising grieving children: 8:30 p.m. June 23. Join other parents / guardians of grieving children in this free workshop for parents / guardians facilitated by Zoom. RSVP with Kristin Kowalski, [email protected] or 781-373-6633.
General grievance and loss: 6:30 p.m. Thursdays from July 15 to August 12 via Zoom. This five-week support group is open to anyone mourning the death of a loved one. Participants will find a safe space to process their grief, learn coping skills, and connect with others during a similar grieving journey. Space is limited. Register before July 8: [email protected] or 855-774-5100.
Stepping stones of the camp: July 17-22, mostly virtual. Children and their families who have lived through the death of an important person can come together around Zoom to connect, honor and remember. Information: http://CareDimensions.org.
Dementia through the stages: from noon to 1 p.m. August 10. To register: https://bit.ly/3ytF9dS. Community webinar hosted virtually by Mary Crowe, Care Dimensions Learning Institute. The program covers general behaviors, emotions and challenges that can be expected throughout the stages of dementia.
Visit of my farm in Waltham: 11 a.m. on Saturday, Gore Place, 52 Gore St., Waltham. Cost: $ 15; $ 10 for members. For more information: http://bit.ly/2NImckD. Gore Place invites residents to take a guided walking tour of its historic park. Participants can hear the story of Gore Place as a country headquarters and working farm from the early 1800s. Tours last 45 minutes and are limited to 10 people.
Charles River Museum, Boiler House Jazz: 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Fridays. Suggested donations. For more information: https://bit.ly/33O4oua. The Boiler House Jazz series returns online via YouTube from the main gallery of the Charles River Museum. The show will be broadcast on the museum’s YouTube channel. Donations of $ 15 are requested.
Outdoor tours of Gore Place: 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays, Gore Place, 52 Gore St., Waltham. Cost: $ 15 per person; $ 10 per person for members. Advanced tickets are required. Residents are invited to take a guided tour of Gore Place Historical Park called “My Farm in Waltham”. Participants can tour the grounds of the estate and learn about its history as a country headquarters and working farm from the early 1800s. Tours last 45 minutes.
NAMI Virtual Support Group: 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month. For information: http://namimass.org. To register: send an email to [email protected] The National Alliance on Mental Illness hosts a group for caregivers of people with mental illness on Zoom. Those who wish to join will need to send their email and phone number to register.
Virtual groups of bereaved children and adolescents: 10 a.m. for the elementary group; 11 am for the college group; and noon for the high school group, Tuesdays. For information / registration: 781-373-6570; [email protected] Registration required. Children and teens who have experienced the death of an important person in their life are encouraged to connect with grieving peers and learn some coping tools to get through this difficult time. These groups will take place on Zoom. This program is offered by Care Dimensions.
Watch evenings at the Charles River Museum: 7 p.m. on Wednesdays. For more information: https://bit.ly/2S8Ultm. The Charles River Museum has recorded previous Mill Talks, educational events focused on the Industrial Revolution, and invites residents to join them for a series of Facebook Watch Parties to pick up on those discussions.