Here are the latest Fenway neighborhood notes:

NAMIWalks goes virtual

The NAMIWalks Massachusetts 2020 will go Virtual on Saturday, May 30.

NAMIWalks is a fun, family-friendly event to help promote awareness of mental health and reduce stigma by sharing and stories and walking together; to raise funds for NAMI’s mission of advocacy, education, support and public awareness; and to build community and let people know they are not alone.

Help make a difference.

Visit namiwalks.org for more information, including ways you can help make this year’s event a success.

Book discussion: ‘The Dutch House’

Join the Boston Public Library for a virtual discussion of The Dutch House by Ann Patchett from 6:45 to 8 p.m. on Monday, June 1.

Email tstafford@bpl.org for information on how to join.

Visit bpl.org/events for more information.

Careers in animal care

Interested in working with animals but not sure where to start?

Join representatives from the Ellen M. Gifford Cat Shelter and the Last Hope K9 Rescue among others to discuss potential careers in animal care from 3 to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, June 2.

These panelists will discuss their career paths and current jobs as well as answer questions from participants.

This program is intended for teens, 13 years of age and older. Registrants will receive a link to the program on the day of the event.

Visit bpl.org/events for more information.

‘Cantor Roy Einhorn: A Musical Retrospective’

Join Cantor Einhorn from 7 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 2 and June 9 as he takes the group through his journey as the Cantor of Temple Israel over the past four decades.

Over two sessions, the group will learn and reflect on how Jewish music has grown and changed within the Temple Israel community and in the broader world.

Visit www.tisrael.org/togetherwithti for more information.

Curator Conversations: Angles on ‘Bending Lines’

The many ways that maps and visual data have been used for centuries to manipulate information and truth come under scrutiny in “Bending Lines: Maps and Data from Distortion to Deception,” a new initiative of the Norman B. Leventhal Map and Education Center at the Boston Public Library that opened with an immersive, "digital first" exhibition on Wednesday, May 27.

Viewers are invited to explore the online show and join the interactive program series hosted Leventhal Center’s Curator of Maps and Director of Geographic Scholarship Garrett Dash Nelson and the guests who give context to the exhibition's themes and content from 1 to 2 p.m. on Wednesdays as follows:

June 3: “Angles on Bending Lines: Curator Conversations”

June 10: “Twisted Districts: The History and Future of Gerrymandering,”

June 10: “Persuasive Cartography”

June 17: “Cartographic Curiosities: A Collector’s View”

These events will be streamed live on the Leventhal Center’s Facebook page and YouTube channel, and then archived on YouTube.

Visit bpl.org/events for more information. Registration is required to receive a link to the event.

Riverway Book Club

Join the Riverway Project for lively discussions, great reads, and a supportive book-loving community from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 3.

The group will be discussing the book Here All Along: Finding Meaning, Spirituality and a Deeper Connection to Life - in Judaism (After Finally Choosing to Look There) by Sarah Hurwitz, who previously worked as Michelle Obama's speechwriter.

Reserve a spot at tinyurl.com/RWP Books and join them on Zoom us02web.zoom.us /j/85807908139

Visit www.tisrael.org/togetherwithti for more information.

FCC Death Cafe

The Fenway Community Center will host the Death Café, facilitated by Carol Lasky, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 3 via Zoom: https://bit/ly/2STeCni

The objective of this group directed discussion is “to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives.” It is not a grief support or counseling session.

Visit www.FenwayCommunityCenter.org for other interesting events along with a quick link to join Zoom.

‘The Superwoman: How a Progressive Era Journalist Helped Women Get the Vote’

In honor of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, Lori Harrison-Kahan will discuss her new book, The Superwoman and Other Writings, an edited collection of journalism and fiction by Miriam Michelson from 2 to 3 p.m. on Thursday, June 4 hosted by the Boston Public Library.

One of the earliest female journalists in San Francisco in the 1890s, Michelson went on to become a suffrage activist and a bestselling author of feminist fiction like “The Superwoman,” a novella that inspired the “Wonder Woman” comics.

Harrison-Kahan's talk will address Michelson's upbringing in Virginia City, Nevada, during the Gold Rush; her influence on Progressive Era politics; and her relevance to contemporary movements like #MeToo.

Visit bpl.org/events for other details, including registration. The registrants will receive the remote meeting details.

Author Talk: ‘THE DEVIANT'S WAR’

In collaboration with Boston Pride, The Gay and Lesbian Review, the Harvard Gender and Sexuality Caucus, and the Harvard Book Store, the Boston Public Library present an author talk with Dr. Eric Cervini as he talks about his new book THE DEVIANT'S WAR: The Homosexual vs. the United States of America from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Friday, June 5.

From a young Harvard and Cambridge-trained historian, the secret history of the fight for gay rights that began a generation before Stonewall.

In 1957, at the height of the Space Race, a government astronomer named Frank Kameny received a summons to report immediately to Washington, D.C. The Pentagon had reason to believe he was a homosexual. And for the first time, a homosexual fought back.

Based on firsthand accounts, recently declassified FBI records, and forty thousand personal documents, The Deviant’s War unfolds over the course of the 1960s, as Kameny built a movement against the government’s gay purges. It traces the forgotten ties that bound gay rights to the Black Freedom Movement, the New Left, lesbian activism, and trans resistance. Above all, it is a story of America (and Washington) at a cultural and sexual crossroads; of shocking, byzantine public battles with Congress; of FBI informants; murder; betrayal; sex; love; and ultimately victory.

Visit bpl.org/events for more information.

Spectacle Island Virtual 5K

Run, walk or roll a 5K anyway you want from June 13 through June 30. You choose the time, the views and the surface. You can get up early and run along the Harborwalk in South Boston, go out on your lunch break and jog or walk the sidewalks in your neighborhood, or get on your treadmill as the sun is setting and crank out 3.1 miles while you binge your favorite show. You do not have to be local to participate – challenge your friends and family wherever they might be.

The registration fee is $20. All the proceeds will benefit Boston Harbor Now and help improve lives of 40,000 youth and their families.

Register and learn more at bostonharbornow.org.

TGIS at Home

A special live service with Wayne Potash and a member of the Temple Israel clergy will present “Thank Goodness It’s Shabbat!” at 10 a.m. on Saturdays.

If you are between the ages of 6 days to 6 years and you love to dance, sing, play and pray – this is for you.

Visit tisrael.org for more details.

Studio Ghibli watch party

The Studio Ghibli Watch Party will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturdays hosted by the Fenway Community Center. Fall into a world of fantasy and beauty with stunning Japanese animation.

Keep your markers and pencils handy. They’ll take a break and draw a character.

Zoom Link: https://bit/ly/3cAAJGZ.

Visit www.FenwayCommunityCenter.org for more information, including the movie titles.

Harry Potter League

All ages are welcome to the Harry Potter League at 1 p.m. on Sundays hosted by the Fenway Community Center. Enjoy the wizarding world with friends. Find out your house and patronus. Listen to chapters and complete fun activities.

Link to Zoom: https://bit.ly/3ckdCjO.

Visit www.FenwayCommunityCenter.org for more information.

‘Shabbat Across the Diaspora: Virtual Cooking Class’

Temple Israel of Boston presents “Shabbat Across the Diaspora: Virtual Cooking Class” to liven up your Shabbat meal with flavors from across the Jewish diaspora from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on Sundays through May 31.

Led by Sara Gardner, a published cookbook author and food historian specializing in the culinary heritage and cultural identity of the Sephardic Jewish community, you will learn how to cook these diverse and flavorful dishes, as well as the history and culture of the communities that prepare them. It’s a great way to put a diaspora-inspired spin on your Shabbos meal.

New recipes and ingredients lists will be share each week.

Register at tisrael.org to get the Zoom link details.

Village Parent’s Happy Hour

Village Parent’s Happy Hour will be held from 8 to 9 p.m. on Sundays and Wednesdays.

Struggling to manage the new normal? Exhausted from full days juggling the needs of your little ones and your professional life while stuck at home?

Make yourself your favorite cocktail or mocktail and connect with parents who are in the same boat. Though we can’t gather in person, we can find strength in community.

Join Zoom at: https://zoom/us/j/7282752816 or visit tisrael.org for other details.

Homework help online

The Boston Public Library offers free online homework help and mentorship for students in grades K-8 provided by trained, high-achieving high school students from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday through June 18.

No registration is required as students will be helped on a first come, first served basis with a limit of 15 students at one time.

Homework Help can be accessed during the scheduled times at: https://boston-public-library.zoom.us/my/bplhomeworkhelp.

Homework Help mentor trainings are provided by Harvard University's Public School Partnerships Team, the developers of SmartTALK, a program that uses research-based tools, strategies, and resources to support students during homework time.

For questions about Homework Help email Lina Raciukaitis at lraciukaitis@bpl.org.

All programs are provided subject to parental supervision.

Visit bpl.org/events for more information.

Maker Mondays

Teens in grades 6 through 12 are invited to join the BPL Teen Librarians for Maker Mondays from 2 to 5 p.m. through June 1 in the Virtual Teen Room via the Discord server.

Take a look at projects of the librarians own design, get ideas for at-home crafts, or learn how to make stuff online… all from the comfort of lockdown.

Visit bpl.org/events for more details, including registration.

‘With Dedication: Writing Poems to and for Other People’

Poets are inspired by the ordinary and extraordinary others around them. How does poetry reveal new and surprising ways to communicate and connect?

“With Dedication: Writing Poems to and for Other People” will be held from 8 to 9:15 p.m. on Mondays through June 15.

In these workshops, facilitated by Aaron Devine, the groups will read and write to deeply encounter loved ones, communities, and lineages. No prior writing experience is required.

Devine is a poet, community activist, and translator in Dorchester. He co-created Write on the DOT, a neighborhood poetry reading series and literary platform.

To register, email: aajamde@yahoo.com.

Visit bpl.org/events for more information.

Murderino Mondays

True crime readers and listeners, let's sit crooked and talk straight! Podcasts, books, and docs are all open for discussion at 8 p.m. on Mondays hosted by the Fenway Community Center.

via Zoom: https://bit/ly/3fsZ2bv.

Visit www.fenwaycommumnitycentr.org for other exciting events.

Gamer Tuesdays

Teens in grades 6 through 12 are invited to join the BPL Teen Librarians for Gamer Tuesdays from 2 to 5 p.m. through June 2 in the Virtual Teen Room via the Discord server.

Discuss the latest release, trends, and strategies of every system on the map, or participate in some light online gaming… all from the comfort of lockdown.

Visit bpl.org/events for more details, including registration.

Poetry small group

Poetry Small Group presented by the Riverway Project will meet from 2 to 2:30 p.m. on Tuesdays via Zoom.

Each week a poem will be read and talked about together. Prompts will be given for those who would like to write, though they will not require anyone to share this writing. They will also welcome participants to bring their favorite poems to share. In this way, they are hoping to foster the Temple Israel caring community and nourish their souls.

Visit jewishboston.com and/or tisrael.org for the link to join.

Let's Talk: Animal Crossing New Horizons

Kids who are playing the hottest Nintendo game ever will enjoy the chance to Zoom chat with other kid fans at 2 p.m. on Tuesdays hosted by the Fenway Community Center. Trade tips, visit each other’s islands, and learn to draw characters.

Email ljmiller@fenwaycommunitycenter.org to get on the list for Zoom links and info.

Families Cooking with Miss Debbie

Join Miss Debbie as she bakes and cooks a variety of appetizers, entrees, desserts and side dishes from scratch using fresh and often locally-grown and organic ingredients from 3 to 4 p.m. on Tuesdays through June 9.

Let Miss Debbie show you that cooking can be a family activity. All programs are provided subject to parental supervision via Zoom.

Registration is required at www.facebook.com/BPLchildren. A link to the meeting and password will be sent via email on the day of the program.

Visit bpl.org/events for more details.

Free Lifeboat Food Pantry/Fair Foods

The Fenway Community Development Corporation is holding a Lifeboat Food Pantry from 3 to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Boston Temple, 105 Jersey St. Fair Foods will also be there with free, fresh food as well. Register at bit.ly/lifeboatbostonregistration.

Lifeboat Boston Food Pantry collaborates with Boston Temple, Lovin’ Spoonfuls, Food Link, Fair Foods, Fenway CDC and many in-kind sponsors.

All community residents in need are welcome.

FCC’s Movie Club

Join the Fenway Community Center’s popular movie club, now online, and now twice a week at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and at 9 p.m. on Fridays. A video chat will follow the film.

Email fccfirstfridayfilms@gmail.com to get on the list for Zoom links and other details.

Visit www.FenwayCommunityCenter.org for other information.

Twitch Remote Gaming for Teens

Teens in grades 6 through 12 are invited to join the BPL Teen Librarians for Twitch Remote Gaming from 1 to 3 p.m. on Wednesdays and from 3 to 5 p.m. on Thursdays through June 4 in the Virtual Teen Room.

They’ll host a series of wacky, irreverent online games, all of which are designed to be played by large audiences.

Visit bpl.org/events for more details, including registration.

Anime Wednesdays

Teens in grades 6 through 12 are invited to join the BPL Teen Librarians for Anime Wednesdays from 2 to 5 p.m. through June 3 in the Virtual Teen Room via the Discord server.

Discuss and share tastes, trends, and experiences with all things anima an manga with certified otaku… all from the comfort of lockdown.

Visit bpl.org/events for more details, including registration.

Mindful Minis

Mindful Minis (for ages 6 through 10) will be held from 2 to 2:30 p.m. on Wednesdays; (for ages three through five) from 11 to 11:30 a.m. on Thursdays; and (for ages 5 to 9) from 3:30 to 4 p.m. on Thursdays through June 11.

The Mindful Mini program is a series of classes designed to introduce children to mindfulness-based tools helpful for stress-reduction, self-management and emotional awareness.

Classes are centered on relaxation, creativity, imagination, gratitude and awareness, all of which are scientifically proven to aid in children’s success in school, in relationships, and developing a connecting with themselves.

Activities include yoga, breathing techniques, drawing, mindful movement, sharing our experiences with emotions, and other interactive mindfulness games including sensory descriptions.

Visit www.bpl.org/events for Zoom registration and other relevant information.

Seventh-Inning Stretch

With baseball season on hold, there are no cracks of the bat or late-inning homers, but you can still enjoy the sound of the organ playing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.”

Fenway Park organist Josh Kantor plays 30 minutes of songs on his show “Seventh-Inning Stretch” on Facebook Live at 3 p.m. every day. So take a stretch, sing along and enjoy some favorite traditional and contemporary songs. He also takes requests.

Although the show and fun is free, he suggests that viewers make a donation to their local food bank. Tune in at www.facebook.com/7thinningstretch2020.

Guided Meditation & Kirtan

Interested in reducing stress, bettering your emotional health, or practicing self-compassion? Join the Fenway Community Center’s free guided meditation class, led by Fenway residents and licensed instructors, Pallavi and Vaibhav from 6 to 7 p.m. on Wednesdays.

Visit www.FenwayCommunityCenter.org for the Zoom links and more information.

FCC Neighborhood Chat

The Fenway Community Center is hosting a Neighborhood Chat at 8 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays at 1 p.m. through May 13.

Find out how other community members are doing and share information and ideas.

Visit fenwaycommunitycenter.org for other details, including the link and Meeting ID number.

Trivia Night

Enjoy seeing friendly faces and competing in fun trivia competitions at 8 p.m. on Wednesdays.

via Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84198272551.

Visit www.FenwayCommunityCenter.org for more information, including a quick link to Zoom.

Navigators USA Scouting for Today

Join the Fenway Community Center for inclusive family scouting at 11 a.m. on Thursdays.

At Navigators USA Scouting for Today participants can earn badges and discover the natural world.

Join on Zoom: https://bit.l/2xGltaW.

Visit www.FenwayCommunityCenter.org for more information.

Bollywood Funk Online

Bollywood Funk Online will be held from 2 to 2:45 p.m. on Thursdays through June 4.

Bollywood Funk is a high-energy dance with a mix of Jazz, Hip Hop and Funk fused with the hottest Bollywood beats and moves.

Join dance instructor, Chavi Bansai, and be ready to sweat, smile and have a lot of fun.

Class is fit for all levels, no prior experience required, but is intended for children and teens.

Visit bpl.org/events for more details, including registration.

Jackbox Thursdays

Teens in grades 6 through 12 are invited to join the BPL Teen Librarians for Jackbox Thursdays from 2 to 5 p.m. through June 4 in the Virtual Teen Room via the Discord server.

Want a little funny in your bones? This chat room will run live during BPL Teen Services’ weekly Jackbox Twitch stream, at twitch.tv/BPL … laugh with them from the comfort of lockdown.

Visit bpl.org/events for more details, including registration.

SpeakEasy Play Discussion Club

The SpeakEasy Play Discussion Club, a weekly discussion surrounding some of today’s most exciting scripts, will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Thursdays through June 18.

Sign up for as many sessions as you’d like, read the play on your own time, and then join SpeakEasy staff and artists for an online conversation about the play’s major themes and impact on the American theatre canon.

For this series of plays, the theme is Celebrating Contemporary Female Voices, and will include:

June 4: Cambodian Rock Band by Lauren Yee

June 11: DIASPORA! by Phaedra Michelle Scott (Developed through SpeakEasy’s The Boston Project)

June 18: Wild Goose Dreams by Hansol Jung

For more information on this program or any of the plays included, email Alex Lonati at alexlonati@speakeasystage.com.

‘Shake it Out’ youth dance program

Join the BPL for eight weeks of dancing led by Oliver Arias a member of the Floorlord, the longest running hip hop dance troupe in the US from noon to 12:30 p.m. on Fridays through July 3.

Each week you will learn new dance moves which will get difficult and the weeks move on. No previous dancing experience required.

This class is intended for teens, ages 13 and older. All programs are provided subject to parental supervision. This program will occur on Zoom.

After registration at www.bpl.org/events, a link to the meeting and password will be sent via email on the day of the program.

Bingo & other games

Fenway Community Center will host online Bingo & Games at 1 p.m. on Fridays via Zoom. Link: https://bit.ly/3fDXqMm

Visit www.FenwayCommunityCenter.org for more information, including a quick link to Zoom.

MFA Virtual Thesis Show Exhibition

Curated by MassArt Art Museum Executive Director Lisa Tung, the all-virtual 2020 MFA Thesis exhibition on Kunstmatrix will showcase the work of ten MassArt graduate students in the final year of their respective Master of Fine Arts programs.

The event will take place virtually from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. through Friday, June 19.

Visit https://massart.edu/exhibitions/galleries/mfa-thesis-show-2020 for more information.

Music Fridays

Teens in grades 6 through 12 are invited to join the BPL Teen Librarians for Music Fridays from 2 to 5 p.m. through June 5 in the Virtual Teen Room via the Discord server.

Can’t catch a tune…? This chatroom will feature music lovers and players of a number of genres and instruments. Come to listen, discuss, and play, all from the comfort of lockdown.

Visit bpl.org/events for more details, including registration.

Friday Unwind: Gentle Yoga

Unwind with Gentle Yoga – brought to you by Hands to Heart Center and the Boston Public Library – from 4 to 5 p.m. on Fridays through June 26.

The yoga classes are geared for beginners with plenty of options and modifications for all bodies and ability levels.

The class will be live-streamed on YouTube/Hand To Heart Center – Yoga for the People.

You can also get the link at bpl.org/online events. The recorded sessions will remain online.

Tot Rock Shabbat: Home Edition

Celebrate Shabbat with your TI community. Light candles, say blessings over juice and challah, sing favorite Shabbat songs and bring the joy of Shabbat into your homes at 5 p.m. on Fridays.

Visit tisrael.org for more details.

Riverway Shabbat Re-Charge

Join the Riverway team for an abbreviated Shabbat service from 7:30 to 8 p.m. on Fridays as they bring Shabbat in together. They will light candles, offer a blessing over the wine and challah, sing blessings for healing, and hear a kavannah (intention) from a member of their community.

Join on either Zoom (zoom.us/j/9560 7907228 ) or Facebook Live.

Visit www.tisrael.org/togetherwithti for more information.

Massart Made Virtual Spring Market 2020

The MassArt Made Virtual Spring Market is a temporary online showcase of student and alumni artwork available through Etsy and other independent e-commerce websites through Tuesday, June 30.

Shop artwork, jewelry, fashion and more from more than 200 student alumni-owned businesses

For Dial-In Information: massart.edu/springmarket2020

For more information: https://calendar.massart.edu/event/massart_made_virtual_spring_market_2020#.XrWJAS8pChA

Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation

Discover Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation online via a slideshow with accompanying playlist at mfaboston.org through Sunday, Aug. 2.

The MFA takes a deep dive into the artworks and history of Basquiat and his post-graffiti peers on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, guided by exhibition co-curators Liz Munsell and Greg Tate as they share alternating insights on the elements central to these artists’ movement to infiltrate the art world and spread hip-hop culture throughout the globe.

The exhibition is accompanied by an illustrated catalogue produced by MFA Publications, edited by co-curators Liz Munsell, the MFA’s Lorraine and Alan Bressler Curator of Contemporary Art, and writer and musician Greg Tate.

You can also read the full story of the explosive era of art and pop culture explored in “Writing the Future: Basquait and the Hip-Hop Generation” at www.mfa.org/exhibition/writing-the-future.

‘What the World Needs Now’ – Virtual Orchestra

What started as an idea on a student’s flight home from Berklee College ended in collaboration with some of the most incredible people.

Boston Conservatory at Berklee student Shelbie Rassler convened a virtual orchestra of 74 of her peers to create connection in a time of social distancing. Watch this moving performance of “What the World Needs Now.”

Visit www.berklee.edu/news/berklee-now/what-world-needs-now-student-made-video or YouTube.com for a little something special to brighten your day.

BSO music online

The BSO offers a wide variety of audio and video options of some of their greatest performances in Symphony Hall and at Tanglewood.

There will also be video tutorials with BSO musicians created to support students and at-home learning along with some behind the scenes videos from BSO musicians and conductors (sharing life off-stage) featuring anecdotes, personal reflections and insights, and short informal performances.

These offerings are all available at www.bso.org/athome and the BSO YouTube and Social Media Channels.

Gardner at home

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is filled with recorded concerts; video and audio content featuring curators, conservators, and artists; and information on collections and horticulture.

During their temporary closure, they’ve created Gardner at Home, an email series that highlights the latest features.

Visit gardnermuseum.org and/or #MuseumFromHome for more information, including a tour of their greenhouse.

Museum of Fine Arts at home fun

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world with a collection that exemplifies the breadth, richness, and diversity of artistic expression, prehistoric times to modern day.

Follow #MuseumFromHome hashtag for videos of gallery tours, lectures and artists interviews.

And for fun facts check out twitter.com/Victoria_S_Reed courtesy of MFA’s curator.

Visit mfa.org for more details.

#NECMusicHub & Monday Videos

The New England Conservatory of Music musicians are sending messages of hope and connection from all parts of the globe – follow the series at #NECMusic Hub.

In addition, NEC is releasing new concert videos every Monday.

Visit necmusic.edu for more details.

Fenway Cares

The creation of Fenway Cares, a joint effort by local organizations (Fenway Alliance, Fenway CDC, Fenway Civic Association, Fenway Community Center, Operation P.E.A.C.E./Peterborough Senior Center) to gather and share information with the Fenway neighborhood as well as to pair volunteers and services with those in need, has been launched.

To learn more visit fenwaycommunitycenter.org, email FenwayCares@fenwaycommunitycenter.org or phone 617-446-3949.

Visit bit.ly/FenwayCaresIntake to offer your support, request assistance or share information.

Fenway Health Telehealth Services

New Telehealth Services are provided by Fenway Health to help patients schedule an appointment to see a clinician from the safety of their own home. Via video chat, healthcare providers will be able to assess the patient’s condition and make recommendations for ongoing care, individual therapy, group therapy, and psychiatry services.

The Fenway Health Pharmacy is now offering free shipping on all prescription orders. Shipments can be made virtually for any prescription medication to any address in Massachusetts. New patients are welcome to place prescription orders online through registered accounts. Also, refills can be requested electronically or via the Rx2Go app on mobile phones.

Visit fenwayhealth.org for more information.

Support the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus

As a result of the lengthy Coronavirus shutdowns, the cost to the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus will be upwards of $350,000. In addition to lost revenue, it also includes the costs of fulfilling their contracts to the orchestra and everyone who makes the magic happen during the season. As a result, the chorus faces a crisis of its own.

The only way they can make up the lost revenue, which is close to half their annual budget, is through donations.

There are several ways you can help out: donate/pledge directly online (link at www.bgmc.org) or mail in a check to 539 Tremont St. Boston 02116. You can also text GIVEBGMC to 41411.

MFA first year free membership

The Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave. wants to share its milestone 150th anniversary year in a way that is truly for everyone.

In the spirit of generosity, they are inviting visitors who haven’t been MFA members before to sign up for a first year of membership completely free when they attend one of their 2020 Community Celebrations or MFA Late Nites.

Visit mfa.org/membership for more details.

BPL updates

The Boston Public Library has an online calendar of virtual events to go with its other online services, including e-books, downloadable movies, audiobooks and other information resources.

Other details and links to remote library services can be found at www.bpl.org/news/remote-library-services.

For more information, email ask@BPL.org.

Open Night at Coit Observatory – Canceled until further notice

The Coit Observatory at Boston University, 725 Commonwealth Ave. holds a Public Open Night on most Wednesdays throughout the year, weather permitting. It is canceled for now due to the virus.

When this program begins again, starting times are 8:30 p.m. during the spring and summer and 7:30 p.m. during the fall and winter. The program lasts about an hour.

This event is a chance for people to observe the night sky through telescopes and binoculars and see things they otherwise might not see while learning some astronomy as well.

This is an outdoor event, dress accordingly.

Visit bu.edu/astronomy/events/public-open-night for more details and tickets.

Cyclists activist group

The Boston Cyclists Union will meet from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month at Northeastern University, 157 Ryder Hall to discuss and develop organizing strategy for city-wide campaigns.

To join the Activist Group, email eparad@bostoncyclistsunion.org.

Free citywide meal sites for Boston residents

The City of Boston, in partnership with Project Bread, YMCA of Greater Boston, Boston Centers for Youth and Families and other community organizations, will provide free “grab and go” breakfast and lunch meals to all Boston students.

For a list of meal sites, visit www.boston.gov/departments/food-access/map-meal-sites-boston#map--409806 or www.bostonpublicschools.org/Page/8098.

Phone 617-635-3717 or email food@boston.gov with questions or concerns or for other information.

If you need additional food resources, contact Project Bread’s Food Source Hotline at 800-645-8333.