1:30 PM13:30



Attention restaurant workers, chefs, restaurateurs, investors, and sustainability-minded
diners: Are you a leader or an aspiring leader in community food systems advocacy? Is
your business making strides to become more socially mindful and inclusive? If so, please
consider joining your peers in a social justice-focused discussion and working group at the
2017 Community Food Systems Conference. We believe culinarians and restaurant owners
and workers have much to contribute to community food systems work and our
conference themes of food security, social justice, and sustainable agriculture. We
encourage attendance and participation from any culinary/food service professionals
who would like to stoke the conversation around fairness, equity, and sustainability in the
restaurant industry and the food system at large.

Irene Li, Mei Mei
Katrina Jazayeri, Juliet
Jason Bond, Bondir
Ellie Tiglao, Olio Culinary Collective
Moderated by Yamila Ruiz, Legal Organizer, ROC United – Boston

TUESDAY, DEC 5, 2017
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Hosted by:
506 Park Drive, Boston, MA

Cost: $50/person (includes lunch)
Event Contact: Kristen Irvin
New Entry Sustainable Farming Project

New Entry Sustainable Farming Project's Community Food Systems Conference (Dec 5-7, 2017 | Boston Park Plaza) will address common underlying themes between food security, social justice and sustainable agriculture including obstacles in urban and rural environments and fostering community empowerment to create and sustain resilient local food systems.

New Entry, an initiative of Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, works locally, regionally, and across the country to strengthen local food systems by supporting new farmers. Our national work aims to create a resilient food system and equitable access to nutritious foods by providing professional development, capacity building and network support to programs that train beginning farmers or those that work to promote their success through activities that mutually benefit agricultural producers and consumers.

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10:00 AM10:00

Christmas Bazaar Tiangge

Annual Christmas marketplace (tiangge) supporting local New England Pilipino-American mom-trepreneurs. Favorite Pilipino food fare (from breakfast topsilog to inihaw, kakanin), original parols and ornaments, jewelry, books, at iba pa... Bring your shopping lists, friends, family and neighbors! An IP outreach program.

If you want to be a vendor, contact Melissa 617.510.4632, Rowena 617.407.0232 or Ning 508. 843.0346.

For more info:

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6:00 PM18:00

Tanám Bar Menu at Dudley Dough

"We're piloting some bar menu items we'll be serving at Tanám and would love for you to try them out!"

1 for $8, 3 for $22, 5 for $33
No tickets! A la carte, first come first serve.
RSVP HERE so they know how much food to make!

Ground Rice Tamale
Soyrizo, salted duck egg, onion, capsicum. Steamed in banana leaf

Eggplant Croquettes
Roasted eggplant, mashed potato, parmesan, tomato relish.

Thinly rolled Shanghai-style veal egg roll, served with sweet chili sauce.

Soy and cane vinegar braised chicken giblets and hearts
(Vegetarian option: young jackfruit and potatoes)

Steamed Buns
Shiitake and tofu bistek
Chicken asado, fresh napa cabbage

Coconut and pounded sweet rice balls, filled with jackfruit, deep-fried and glazed with brown sugar.

Ice cream sandwiches
Pandan leaf ice cream, ube halaya cookies
Keso ice cream, brown butter cookies

// Is this food traditional? //
This food is not Filipino, but is decidedly Filipino American. If you're seeking a more traditional experience, we plan to have kamayan dinners on Wednesdays. More info in the coming weeks!

// Why no pork? //
Though we do expect to serve it in the restaurant, Dudley Dough keeps their kitchen free of pork and we respect their commitment!

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8:00 AM08:00

2017 AAPI Civil Rights Forum

The annual Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) Civil Rights Forum aims to advance the presence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the Northeastern region, both in numbers and in prominence. To achieve this mission, this forum will provide the community with a broad range of learning experiences towards advancing AAPI civil rights and liberties, which are often overlooked within the national narrative. Additionally, this forum aims to foster a network of advocates who will work together to raise awareness and further the interests of the AAPI community.

Registration ends on 10/2 @ 11:59pm.

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to Oct 22

9th Annual Boston Asian American Film Festival

  • 2 Boylston St. Ste. G-6 Boston, MA 02116 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

New England's Largest Asian American Film Festival
The Boston Asian American Film Festival (BAAFF) empowers Asian Americans through film by showcasing Asian American experiences and serving as a resource to filmmakers and the Greater Boston Community. BAAFF is a production of the Asian American Resource Workshop.



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6:00 PM18:00

BOSFilipinos and Milagros Project: Filipino Food Popup

On Monday, September 25th - the Milagros Project and BOSFilipinos are joining forces to bring you a Filipino food and culture experience at Saus! There will be two seatings, 6:00PM and 8:15PM, and Chef Roland Calupe (from MP) will be walking guests through each of the menu items. Speaking of hapunan (Filipino for dinner)....

Tasting Menu Preview*

Scallop Kinilaw
local scallops marinated in coconut vinegar, chili, and herbs

Ilocos Empanada
fried empanada made of rice flour and annatto with vigan style pork sausage, green papaya, and egg

Pancit Molo
savory wonton dumpling soup with shrimp, pork, and garlic

Chicken Inasal Steam Bun
grilled chicken marinated in lemongrass annatto and garlic in a steam bun with scallions and aioli

Pork Rib Adobo
braised pork ribs in soy sauce, spiced vinegar, palm sugar, bay leaves, and peppercorn

a Filipino meal wouldn’t be complete without garlic rice

Leche Flan with Lavender Ube Halaya
sweet egg custard with lavender scented purple yam sauce

*Unfortunately, for this event, there will be no substitutions available.

Limited seating - get your tickets NOW! 

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8:00 PM20:00

Jo Koy at Foxwoods Resort

Joseph Glenn Herbert known professionally as Jo Koy, is a Filipino-American stand-up comic. He is currently touring as a headliner, and performs in clubs and theaters, across the country. He was a frequent panelist on E!'s late night show Chelsea Lately. Jo has gained a large following of fans lately from his semi-regular appearances on The Adam Carolla Show.

For Tickets:

Check out some of his stuff:

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to Jul 31

The Lowell Folk Festival 2017

There’s so much to see, eat, hear, do and discover at the Annual Lowell Folk Festival! The festival features five stages of traditional music, authentic and traditional crafts demonstrations, ethnic foods, art, and children’s activities.

We look forward to seeing you July 28-30, 2017 for the 31st anniversary Lowell Folk Festival in downtown Lowell.

The longest running free Folk Festival in the country takes place right here in Downtown Lowell!

Most of Downtown Lowell becomes Festival grounds for the three days of the Festival. With five performance stages, some folks settle in for an afternoon or evening at one stage. Others move around to according to the schedule to experience the various venues, performances, and audiences. There are sunny and shaded stages, and there will be smiling faces all around. With a Family Activities Area, Crafts Demonstrations, savory ethnic foods, and so much more, everyone enjoys it “their way”.

Link to the Festival Map here.

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4:00 PM16:00

AARW Summer Grill Off

Celebrate the summer with the AARW community! They are having their annual Grill-Off and BBQ on July 22nd at Larz Anderson Park in Brookline. Enjoy great food, outdoor games, and a grilling competition between community groups. Everyone is welcome! This is a great way to get to know other members of the AARW community. 

Price: $15 general admission. Check out the ticket link for other options including member discount, kid prices, etc. Let them know if you have any questions!

They are looking for teams to compete in Grill Off! Please fill out this application if you are interested:

For Tickets:

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10:30 AM10:30

Boston Asian Professionals Sunday Tennis

Another good day for tennis, the weather will be good. Come and meet other tennis players of all levels. You're sure to find someone to play with. And if you find someone that plays your level, feel free to exchange info so you can play on your own as well. If needed we will help pair you up w/ someone to play. Lessons & instructions will be given if needed. And yes we do have some extra tennis rackets.  

• Tennis courts are always limited. We have to be respectful and not take up all the courts. We usually get 2-3 courts for our group.  

• The tennis courts are in the back of Arsenal Mall. When facing the mall - go towards the right and to the back. There is parking there next to the park, if full you can park in the mall lots.

• Please make sure to bring water to stay hydrated! 

• Lunch nearby after tennis is optional. 

It's a great way to meet other members and you just may find a playing partner. All levels welcome - beginner, intermediate, advanced. 

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9:30 AM09:30

119th Philippine Independence Day Parade & Celebration 2017

Hosted by PAMANA (Philippine-American Mainstream Advocacy for Non-Partisans Association, Inc.

Come join us at the 119th Philippine Independence Day Celebration in Boston! The event kicks off with a parade including the Binibining Pilipinas Kalayaan 2017 winner and runner-up, followed by a cultural show and concert. There will also be a wonderful assortment of vendors to visit during the show.

We will keep you posted on new attendees as they come!

Performances include:
Philippine Dance Company of Boston
UMass Boston's "Hoy Pinoy!"

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