Date(s) - 10/10/2018
6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center
Wednesday, October 10, 2018 as we celebrate our 30th anniversary of housing homeless families in Metro Boston
Honoring founder Reverend Dr. LeRoy Attles formerly of Saint Paul AME Church
Festivities will begin at 6pm at the historic Cambridge MultiCultural Arts Center, 41 Second Street, Cambridge
Enjoy live music, delicious hors d’oeuvres, dancing and more!
Help us to celebrate the long support of our fantastic neighbors and friends, the beautiful strength of our diversity, the journey of our families and the many miles we still have to travel until we satisfy our vision: that every family has a home.
You can make a difference and have a fantastic night
In an effort to help all of our friends and neighbors celebrate with us and to really live our mission, we have kept ticket cost low: $30 per guest to celebrate 30 years of service.
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
The Cambridge MultiCultural Arts Center is centrally located for easy travel.
Via Public Transit: You can take the MBTA Redline to Kendall Square T Stop. Exit at the Marriott Hotel and go behind the hotel to Third Street (main intersection). Walk down Third Street until you get to Thorndike Street at the old “new” Middlesex County Court House. Turn right onto Thorndike and left onto Second Street. The entrance is on your left. Or take the MBTA Greenline to Lechmere Station, head down MA-28 Monsignor O’Brien Highway to a slight left on Gore Street. Turn left onto Second Street. The entrance will be on your right.
Parking: The East Cambridge Parking Garage is entered on Spring Street and only one block away. This is a cash only lot and costs $2/hour.
We survive and thrive on partnerships and financial support from individuals and local businesses just like you!
Contact Director of Development Krystle Kelly for more information at 617-491-5752 or KKelly@hild-selfhelp.org.