5 Things You Need to Know Today: February 16
Ethos Equality Fund launch party today at Copley Library. The Fund will be a resource to improve and expand aging services for LGBTs throughout greater Boston.
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- Today there will be a celebration to launch the Ethos Equality Fund that will take place at the Boston Public Library in Copley Square. 5:30 p.m. A reception will be held in the courtyard restaurant until 6:45 p.m. At 7 p.m., there will be a screening of the award-winning documentary Gen Silent (filmed in Boston). The reception and film is $60 and film only is $15. The Fund will be a resource to initiate, improve and expand aging services for LGBTs throughout greater Boston and will mark a significant step-forward for equality for older LGBTs and their caregivers.
- The Boston Youth Fund Summer Employment Program and hotline are open to register Boston youths ages 15 to 17 for summer jobs. To learn if you're eligible and to apply click here. Application deadline is March 2.
- On Friday night, join FMC Ice Sports in their 2nd annual Cradles to Crayons/Boston Bruins PJ Drive and DJ Public Skate event at the Jim Roche Community Ice Arena. Guests who donate a pair of new, children's pajamas for kids ages 0-12 will receive a free public skate pass for a future visit. All donations go to benefit Cradles to Crayons. Rental skates available for an additional $4 on a first come, first serve basis. 8 p.m.
- Did you know that you can find out the gas station with the cheapest prices in West Roxbury? Click here and bookmark it so you don't have spend more gas looking for cheap gas.
- Did you hear about Tom "TD" Dougherty pledging his unofficial mayor votes to Richie Gormley? Fair or unfair? And is Cappy going to be added to the poll??