Events

    The Intersection of Music, Medicine, and Innovation with Longwood Symphony

    Location: 

    Klarman Hall, Harvard Business School, Kresge Way, Boston

    Enjoy a performance by the Longwood Symphony conducted by Ronald Feldman followed by a panel discussion by some of the Musical Medical Stars! The panel discussion will be around the intersection between Music and Medicine and Innovation.

    Panelists:

    Lisa Wong, MD (violin); Milton Pediatric Associates, HMS, CHB, MGH, BWH; Assistant Co-Director, Arts and Humanities Initiative at Harvard Medical School

    Leonard Zon, MD (trumpet); Director, Stem Cell Program, Boston Children’s Hospital; Grousbeck...

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    Family Hike: Observing Squirrels!

    Location: 

    Hunnewell Building, Arnold Arboretum, 125 Arborway, Boston

    Families need nature at all times of the year! Meet inside the main gate at the Visitor Center. We’ll sneak about and see what our furry friends are doing as winter draws closer. Get a tattoo, play with puppets, and read a StoryWalk®.

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    Note: This event is most suitable for children ages four through ten...

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    Active Aging Week: Stroll Through Time

    Location: 

    Hunnewell Building, Arnold Arboretum, 125 Arborway, Boston

    This "Stroll" takes you for a simple and easy route through the Arboretum's collections. At pre-determined stops, pause and hear about some of very special plants with one of our wonderful docents. They will impart interesting stories about historic, horticultural, and cultural aspects of the plant's life. Maps with the Plant Stops will be provided. You can "stroll" at your own pace.

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    Active Aging Week: Try Tai Chi

    Location: 

    Hunnewell Building Lawn, Arnold Arboretum, 125 Arborway, Boston

    Note: The October 5 class will take place from 1:30pm to 2:30pm. 

    Join Harvard’s Master Yon Lee and learn about the practice of tai chi, an ancient Chinese tradition, often described as meditation in motion. Tai chi has the potential to prevent and remedy many health conditions that are associated with aging. Move through a series of gentle, fluid movements with Master Yon Lee during an hour-long session outdoors in the peaceful surroundings of the Arnold Arboretum. Beginners welcome.

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    Let's Talk About Food

    Location: 

    Science Center Plaza, 1 Oxford St., Cambridge

    Join Harvard University Dining Services and Let’s Talk About Food for a fun-filled and inspiring day of cooking, demonstrations, hands-on skills and tastings, innovations and explorations. Join the Greater Boston community of experts and eaters in an all-day exploration of how we can work together to ”Save the Planet One Bite at a Time!” Bring your culinarians, your kids, your scientists, your adventurers and hear, taste and experience the next generation of dining!

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    Zumba on the Plaza

    Location: 

    Science Center Plaza, 1 Oxford St., Cambridge

    In partnership with the Center for Wellness and Health Promotion, Harvard Common Spaces offers free weekly Zumba classes on the Science Center Plaza through October.

    Zumba is an aerobic dance fitness program using movements inspired by various styles of Latin American dance and performed primarily to Latin American dance music.

    All Common Spaces wellness programs and fitness activities are free; no sign-ups are required.

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    Free Fitness on the Plaza

    Location: 

    Science Center Plaza, 1 Oxford St., Cambridge

    Harvard Common Spaces and Harvard Rec are offering free outdoor fitness classes on the Plaza on Thursdays throughout the summer. With a different class format each week designed to be inclusive of all abilities, there's something for everyone! Make the most of the warmer months by working out outside, beneath a shaded canopy.

    On August 8, enjoy a bootcamp workout with Ariel. 

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    Morning Yoga at the Arboretum

    Location: 

    Hunnewell Building Lawn, Arnold Arboretum, 125 Arborway, Boston

    Improve your health and well-being with yoga. We will practice poses, breathing and meditation in the tranquil setting of the Arnold Arboretum.

    This event is cosponsored by the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, Emerald Necklace Conservancy, and the National Park Service Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site.

    In the case of inclement weather, the session will move indoors (Hunnewell Building Lecture Hall)....

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    2019 Sep 10

    Tai Chi in Harvard Yard

    Repeats every week every Tuesday until Tue Sep 24 2019 .
    5:00pm to 6:00pm

    Location: 

    Memorial Church Lawn, Harvard Yard, Cambridge

    In partnership with the Center for Wellness and Health Promotion, Harvard Common Spaces offers free Tai Chi by Harvard's Master Yon Lee every Tuesday at 5:00pm-6:00pm, from May through September.

    All Common Spaces wellness programs and fitness activities are free; no sign-ups are required.

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    2019 Harvard/Glenn Symposium on Aging

    Location: 

    Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston

    Each year, the Paul F. Glenn Center for the Biology of Aging hosts the Harvard Symposium on Aging with a mission to educate the wider research community about advancements in this fast-paced field and to stimulate collaborative research in this area. We have been fortunate to have many of the leaders in the aging field speak at the symposia.

    The 2019 speakers for the symposium include Coleen Murphy, PhD., (Princeton University); Manolis Kellis, PhD., (MIT); Beth Stevens, PhD., (Harvard Medical School) and Nir Barzilai, MD., (Institute for Aging Research).

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    The Prescription Drug Cost Dilemma: Perspectives from Harvard Faculty

    Location: 

    Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave., Allston

    What is the reason behind the rising costs of pharmaceuticals and prescription drugs? How does drug approval and pricing differ internationally? The new HarvardX course, "The FDA and Prescription Drugs", explores the rules and regulations that govern the pricing, marketing, and safety monitoring of approved prescription drugs.

    Join the Harvard Ed Portal and the Harvard faculty behind the HarvardX course, Jonathan Darrow, Ameet Sarpatwari, and Ariel Stern, for an engaging panel discussion about the prescription drug market. The panel will be moderated by Michael Sinha.

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    CrimsonPALOOZA 2: Harvard Women’s Lacrosse vs. Pennsylvania

    Location: 

    Harvard Stadium, 65 North Harvard St., Allston

    Harvard Athletics will be hosting CrimsonPALOOZA 2 on Saturday, April 21 where Harvard's Womens Lacrosse team will face off with Pennsylvania. The Harvard and surrounding communities are invited to join us at Harvard Stadium to support the Crimson student-athletes and partake in a variety of activities. The day will feature food trucks, a beer garden, kids activities, music and much more!

    Note: Call 617-495-2211 to redeem free tickets for all Allston, Brighton, and Cambridge residents!

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    Voices in Leadership: Jay Nixon

    Location: 

    Livestreamed

    Join us for the next Voices in Leadership event of the spring semester, "Practical Ways to Confront Hyper-Partisanship in Health," featuring Jay Nixon, Visiting Menschel Senior Leadership Fellow and former Governor of Missouri. Professor Kimberlyn Leary will moderate.

    After earning his undergraduate and law degrees from University of Missouri-Columbia, Nixon returned to De Soto to practice law. A Democrat, he represented the people of Jefferson County from 1986 to 1992 in the Missouri Senate, where he was instrumental in passing legislation to improve prenatal care for...

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    Bark at the Park: Harvard Baseball and Softball

    Location: 

    O’Donnell and Soldiers Field, 65 North Harvard St., Allston

    Bring your dog to enjoy the Crimson doubleheader as both the Harvard Baseball and Softball teams play! All dogs will receive a free Harvard Athletics Dog Bandana!

    Note: No registration required.

    Leadership Begins in the Community: Peace Corps and Global Health

    Location: 

    Livestreamed

    Please join the Harvard T.H. Chan school for the next Voices in Leadership event featuring Jody Olson, Director of the Peace Corps. This event will be freely livestreamed at hsph.me/Olson and an on-demand video will be archived at the same link. The moderator for this event will be announced shortly.

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    Dance Master Class with Belinda McGuire

    Location: 

    Harvard Dance Center, 66 Garden Street, Cambridge

    Brooklyn-based dancer, choreographer, and artistic director Belinda McGuire will teach a contemporary dance master class based in Limón technique. The class will explore phrase work excerpted from McGuire’s own repertoire and will include live accompaniment by musician Ryan Edwards. This is an intermediate/advanced level class. Observers are always welcome.

    Due to limited capacity, online pre-registration is required.

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    Documentary Film Screening & Panel Discussion: "Why We Cycle"

    Location: 

    Harvard Graduate School of Design, Gund Hall, Piper Auditorium, Room 105, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge

    Join the Harvard Graduate School of Design for the exclusive Boston-area premiere of “Why We Cycle,” exploring the hidden effects of cycling on our cities and ourselves. The one-hour film will be followed by a one-hour panel discussion with local cycling leaders on the health, sustainability, and equity benefits from cycling.

    The screening begins promptly at 6:30pm.

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    Voices in Leadership: Jack Markell

    Location: 

    Livestreamed

    Join us for the next Voices in Leadership event, "Leading by Preparing for a Changing World," featuring Jack Markell, former Governor of Delaware. During his tenure, according to Gallup, Delaware progressed “from one of the lowest-ranking states (in terms of job creation) in 2008 and 2009 to one of the top-ranking in 2013 and 2014. Delaware holds the distinction of being the only state anywhere along the Eastern seaboard to be in the top 10.” Employment in Delaware increased by more than 60,000 during the same time period, best in the region and one of the best in the...

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