Sample tastes from over 50 restaurants!
18th Annual Taste of Metro South
Wednesday, March 24, 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Shaw's Center, Brockton
Participating Restaurants: Art Kitchen @ the Fuller Craft Museum · Auntie Anne's Pretzel · Baypointe Rehabilitation · Becka's Gourmet Bakery · Bella's II Pizzeria Seafood & Grille · Blue Hill's Brewery · Boston Market · BHS - Fine Arts Cafe · Brockton Rox · Burrito Wraps, Mexican Grill · Bertucci's Brockton · Cabot Creamery Cooperative · Catering by Linda · Chili Head BBQ · Christo's · Costco Wholesale · Crocetti's Oakdale Packing Co. · Edible Arrangements · El Mariachi · Embassy Rehabilitation and Health Center · Freda's Fine Food & Spirits · Good Samaritan Medical Center · Gourmet Cafe · Gowell's Candy · Halfway Cafe · Hardy Catering · Heights Crossing · Honest Tea Beverages · Irish Cultural Centre of New England · Josephine's Famous Food · Lambert's · Narragansett Brewing, Co. · Patriot Pub & Grille · Prisco's Market & Deli · Racks Restaurant · Shaw's Supermarkets · Signature Healthcare · Sophia's Restaurant · Starbucks · Stoneforge Grill · Tastefully Simple · Texas Road House · The Breakfast Connection · The Grill Restaurant · The Lobster Barn · The Naked Chicken · The Peruvian Place · The Shaw's Center · TKO Shea's Sports Cafe · Trader Joe's · X&O Restaurant · Wine Palace
1460AM WXBR · Boston Masspass · Brockton Historical Society · Brockton VNA · Crescent Credit Union · Good Samaritan Medical Center · Lincoln Tech · Metro South Chamber of Commerce · Michele's Massage Studio · Nissan 24 · Old Colony Elder Services · Old Colony Hospice · Rob Peters Entertainment · Signature Healthcare · The Enterprise · U.S. Census Bureau · WATD 95.9 FM
Free H1N1 shots courtesy of Brockton Neighborhood Health Center
to learn what each restaurant will be serving.***************************************************************************
Tickets are now available
at the Chamber, 60 School Street, Brockton,
Brockton Shaw's Supermarkets
$25 in advance/ $30 at the door
Call 508.586.0500 for more information.
|IComplyNow Member-Led Workshop Location: Metro South Chamber of Commerce, 60 School Street, Brockton.
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Information Security Program (WISP) consistent with the regulations.
Cost: Members $25 - Non-Members $35
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This strict data security law requires every person (business)
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Friday, April 9, 12:15 pm - 1:30 pm
Bridgewater State College's East Campus Dining Hall
Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo will be the keynote speaker for this fast-paced, educational, and entertaining event. Representative DeLeo became Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 2009. He vowed to target House rules, ethics, transportation and pension reform. Within 100 days of assuming the Speakership, the House passed sweeping reforms in each of those areas.
In addition, many Metro South legislators will be in attendance. This is a great opportunity for business people to interact with their legislators to learn about the most recent proposed business initiatives for the 2010-2011 legislative session.
To register, simply call the Chamber office at 508-586-0500 ext. 225 or register online. The luncheon is $39.00 for Chamber members and $49.00 for non-members. Tables of ten are also available.
|Winning Government Contracts
Thursday, April 1, 8:30 am - 10:00 am
Metro South Chamber of Commerce, 60 School Street, Brockton
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
· A description about this market and how it works
· Why the government is the biggest and best customer is the entire world
· Why the government wants to pay you in thirty days
· Why you will not get a multi-million dollar contract.
· Explaining away the myths
· Where you must register in order to be awarded contracts.
· Where some of the sales opportunities are.
· What is set-aside for small businesses?
· What is the definition of a Minority Owned Small Business; Women Owned Small Business; Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB); Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB)
· What you must do to fill out a bid that is estimated to be $25,000 and ABOVE and where they are located.
To register for this free Member-Led workshop with Malcolm Parvey, contact Lisa Keene at 508.586.0500 x 225, or email email@example.com.As an independent sales and marketing professional, Malcolm Parvey has more than 30 years of experience assisting small businesses in selling their products and services to the United States federal government. He has completed hundreds of offers for clients from many different industries--from individual distributors to manufacturers and service related companies. Mr. Parvey works exclusively to assist small businesses with every aspect of the federal government marketplace. Mr Parvey is the author of "Winning Government Contracts". His new book, "The Definitive Guide to Government Contracts" will be available in the summer of 2010 at amazon.com and all Barnes & Nobles.
|Living your Dream, Starting Your Own Business
SCORE Small Business Workshop
Thursday, March 30, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm (reg. at 9:00 am)
Massasoit Conference Center, Brockton
Take the first step to success in SCORE's interactive workshop whereSCORE will help you test the feasibility of your idea, understand financing,and get you started on marketing your business. SCORE counselors assist clients on opening almost 20,000 new businesses each year.Topics include self assessment, financing requirements, cash flow andbasic money management, financing a startup and marketing.This workshop is free for Chamber Members. Register by calling LisaKeene at 508.586.0500 x 225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The cost for non-members is $25.
|Social Media Workshops at the Irish Cultural Centre
MA Small Business Development Center, Metro South Chamber of Commerce, Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Irish Cultural Centre of New England are joining to offer a series of social media workshops.LinkedIn & Facebook
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Join us for this FREE workshop that will teach you how to open aTweets & Blogs
LinkedIn and Facebook account. We will discuss registering businesses in both networks along with fan pages and discussion groups.
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Join us for this FREE workshop where you can learn strategies for
creating business communities using Twitter and blogs.
All workshops will take place at the Irish Cultural Centre of New England, 200 New Boston Drive, Canton.For registration/information, contact Tammi or Alison at the MSBDC at 508-673-9783 or register online at www.msbdc.org/semassand click on Event Calendar. Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.
|Visit Shanghai, Beijing, Hangzhou, Suzhou, China
October 11-19, 2010
Sunday, April 11, 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm
The Shaw's Center (at the Brockton Garden Show)
1 Lexington Way, Brockton
See photos from last year's trip, find out about destinations and travel information, and learn about Chinese culture and economy.
RSVP to Lisa Keene at the Chamber, 508-586-0500 x 225,
NEW China Website
Containing an itinerary, travel info, photos from last year's trip,
info on the 2010 World Expo, and more.
Featured Attractions on the Trip:World Expo 2010, the Great Wall of China, Terracotta Warriors, Tiananmen Square, Temple of Heaven, Forbidden City, Ming Tombs, Yu Garden, Jade Factory, Summer Palace, Kunming Lake, Longevity Hill, Tiger Hill, Green Tea Plantation, Chinese Acrobat Show, Pudong Economic Development Zone, Huaqing Hot Spring Park, and more ...Space is Limited! Reserve your Place Now! *Price of 1,999 is based on double occupancy and deposit before April 30. For more information, contact Lisa Keene at the Chamber at 508.586.0500 x 225 or email email@example.com.
March 2010 Action Report
Chamber Member/ Community
Events & Workshops
March 22-June 28: Reading and Math Enhancement Course, a 26 Class Session, Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm at the Adult Learning Center, 211 Crescen Street, Brockton. Improve reading comprehension and math skills necessary for success, improve test taking skills, practice pre-enrollment assessments for allied health certificate programs or college programs. Class size is limited, call 508-580-7475.
Tuesday, March 23:
The D W Field Park Association will host Ranger Yahrmarkt,
supervisor of Borderland State Park at the Brockton
Parks and Recreation Department 45 Meadow Lane. Doors will open at 7:00
p.m. The public is welcome to learn
about "Fauna and Flora Growing Naturally
In Our Parks". For more information
please contact Pat at 508-586-4425.
Wednesday, March 24: The Spring 2010 Job Fair will be held at Bristol Community College, 11 Field Road, Attleboro, 9am-1pm. Meet with leading regional employers. Free and open to the public. Bring plenty of resumes and dress for success! For more information, or if you are an employer interested in participating, contact Michael Tartaglia at the Self Help, Inc. Employment Opportunity Center at508-588-4049. Wednesday, March 24: Blood Drive at Brockton Masonic Hall, 279 Prospect Street. Complimentary lunch. For appointment, call 1-800-redcross or visit www.redcrossblood.org.Saturday, March 27: Michele's Massage Studio Customer Appreciation Day. Public Welcome. 1-4pm at 455 West Centre Street, West Bridgewater. Check out the new location. Offering free chair massages from professional trained therapists from Lincoln Tech and discounts on gift certificates from the studio. In addition, Tastefull Simple will offer delicious samples from the Spring line and recipies that are easy to prepare. Margery Kager will also be on hand demonstrating Emtional Freedom Tapping, EFT. Now introducing Karen Boyle, new Massage Therapist Extraordinaire.Saturday, March 27: Free Flu Clinic at Westgate Mall. H1N1, seasonal and adult pneumonia vaccines available to everyone. Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Limited amounts of seasonal and adult pneumonia available. Some age and health restrictions apply. 200 Westgate Mall, Brockton from 12-4pm near the Best Buy wing. Saturday, March 27: City of Brockton Commission on Women's Issues presents the 2010 Women of the Year Awards breakfast, 10am-12pm at the Shaw's Center Brockton. Honored will be Tracy Stiers, Jo Rutkaukas, Maria Harris, Charlotte Ramona Jackson, and Officer Rose Vazquez Brown and Connie Tevis. A special 2010 Woman of Courage award will be presented to Margaret Malone. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children. Tickets also available at Brockton Rockland Trust branches and by calling 508-894-6923.
Saturday, March 27: Henson Jackson Art Gallery Presents Women Connecting Through Art. This years celebration features Ekua Holmes, visual artist and Radiant Jasmin, poetry and performance artist. Join us for a night of fine art and refreshments, 6-9pm with a poetry reading at 7:30 pm. This even honors Swan Day, a new international annual holiday that celebrates women artists. At the Henson Jackson Art Gallery, 2 Canton Street, Stoughton. For more information, visit hensonjacksonartgallery.com or call 781-297-5220.
Saturday, March 27: Wine Palace Spring Grand Tasting Event, 4-8 pm. Featuring 60 new wines, complemented with delicious appetizers from Simply Smiths Catering. 10 dollar entrance fee with an opportunity for rebates and extra discounts. A Wine Palace glass will be yours to keep. 793 West Center Street (Route 106), West Bridgewater. Visit www.mywinepalace.com.
Tuesday, March 30: Blood Drive, American Red Cross Bus at Lincoln Tech, 375 Westgate Drive, Brockton. For
appointment, call 1-800-redcross or visit www.redcrossblood.org.Thursday, March 31: Self Help Inc.,/CoWorx Staffing On-Site Recruitment. Accepting resumes and conducting interviews for full time and part time customer service call center representatives. 1:30 pm - 3:20 pm, Self Help Employment Opportunity Center, 142 Crescent Street, Brockton. Call 508-588-4049 x 117.Thursday, April 1: Comedy Night to benefit the re-election campaign of Senator Brian A. Joyce at the Irish Cultural Centre, Canton, 6:30 pm - 11:00 pm. MC'd by Ed Regal, featuring comedians Grag Murphy, Jim Colition, and from the Sopranos, Frank Santorelli. Dinner at 7, show at 8pm. Minimum suggested donation, $100 per person.
Tuesday, April 6:
Joseph W. Martin Institute for Law and Society will host a performance of "And
Still We Rise!" an authentic documentary theater humanizing the lives-the
struggles and the triumphs-of those touched by incarceration. And
Still We Rise Productions is a collaboration of theatre artists and social
event will take place in the Martin Institute Auditorium, Stonehill College at 7:00 p.m. April 6. There is plenty of free parking in Lot
11 behind the Sports Complex with a short walk to Martin Institute. For more
information, please go to http://www.stonehill.edu/martin.xml
.Wednesday, April 7:
2010 Massasoit Job Fair. Save the Date! -- from 10:00am-1:00pm
Brockton Campus, Student Center, upper lounge. All are welcome. For more information, call 508-588-9100
.Thursday, April 8:
Healthcare Prostate Health Education Evening. Prostate
cancer is the most common non-skin cancer affecting American men, yet prostate
health is little understood. On April 8th at 6:30pm, improve
your knowledge of prostate health, symptoms and treatment options available at
this free event. Men and women are invited, a light supper will be
served, and all attendees will have the chance to win a $50 gift card to
Modell's or Macy's. Location: 110
Liberty Street, 3rd floor conference room, Brockton MA
02301. Call our
registration line at 508-941-7550 to register for the event.Friday, April 9:
Finding the Green: New Markets Tax Credit. Massasoit Conference Center, 770 Crescent St, Brockton. Experiencing a credit crunch? New Market Tax Credits might be able
to help! In this in-depth seminar you
will learn how you can use New Markets tax Credit to help finance projects in
your community! David Trevisani, Director National Development Council, the country's foremost
economic development training organization and a leader in New Markets Tax
Credits. Sponsored by: Rockland Trust and Old Colony Planning Council. Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling
(978) 630-4014. MEDC member rate: $30.00 - Non-member rate: $45.00. Visit our website for more information www.massedc.org.
Thursday, April 15:
As lawmakers in Washington
grapple with healthcare reform, a panel of local experts will discuss the issue
during the 19th annual Peter Mareb Memorial Lecture.
"A Rational Talk About Rationing Care- Looking
at Final Options" will be the topic of this year's Mareb Lecture. The event will take place on April 15 at the
Joseph W. Martin Jr. Institute for Law & Society at Stonehill College.
A reception will take place from 6-7:15 p.m. with the lecture immediately
Saturday, April 17:
join St. Joseph Manor in celebrating their 45th Year Anniversary at
their Anniversary Dinner Dance on Saturday, April 17, 2010, at the Massasoit
Conference Center, 770 Crescent Street Brockton, MA. Cocktails at 6:30
p.m. and Dinner at 7:30 p.m. Entertainment will be provided by the band
GQ and the Lady. Come join us for this special event and enjoy a fabulous
night of dinner and dancing in addition to great raffle prizes and silent
auction items! Admission is $60 per person. Tickets are available
at St. Joseph Manor, 215 Thatcher St., Brockton, by calling 508-583-5834, or
emailing mdunton@SJMBrockton.orgSaturday, April 17: Brockton City Lights, at Brockton Public Library, 304 Main Street, Brockton, 7pm-1am. Please join us for an elegant and stylish party, cocktails, dinner and dancing and live muisc, eye popping artwork and a great night to remember. For tickets, visit www.brocktoncitylights.com.Wednesday, April 28: 13th
Annual Career Day at The Shaw's Center in Brockton from 8:15-11:45. This initiative is designed as an opportunity to build
stronger connections between schools and the community. By connecting schools with area businesses
and organizations, students can see the meaning and relevance of what they are
learning in school, invigorating the school culture and the classroom, while
they begin to consider their potential careers. Businesses, organizations, and High Schools wishing
information on participation can contact Cheryl
Showstack, Educational Outreach Manager at 508-427-4010.
Thursday, April 29: The second session of Sandler Training Sales Seminar at the Metro South Chamber of Commerce: "Upset
about long sales cycles? Tired of giving unpaid consulting? Strategies on how
to move your opportunities forward!" Sandler Training's clients include Fortune 500 companies, as well as
Massachusetts based businesses involved in financial, professional services,
technology, manufacturing, construction, staffing, human resources, business
consulting, and more. To register, contact Lisa Keene at 508.586.0500 x 225 or email email@example.com.
Sunday, May 2nd: 3:00 P.M.
Brockton Symphony Spring concert at West Middle School.
Admission $20, $15 for seniors and students. Works by
Stravinsky-Firebird Suite, Rimsky- Korsakov-Capriccio Espagnol, Lalo-The cello
concerto, featuring 12 year-old Leland Ko, and other works. Visit www.brocktonsymphony.com for further
Friday, May 21:
The Brockton Area
Arc is giving you a chance to win $10,000! Only 300 tickets
will be sold! Once there're gone, there're gone. For $100, you could win
$10,000 and you and a guest will enjoy music and entertainment by Boston
legend, Jim Plunkett; dancing, yummy hors d'oevres, cash bar and a night
out. There will be other raffle tickets for sale & a Silent
Auction. The event will be
held at The Shaw's Center in Brockton.
Contact the Brockton Area Arc for details and tickets at 508-583-8030 or check
out our website at www.brocktonareaarc.org
where you can download a form and mail it in.
Monday, May 24:
Massasoit Community College Foundation Golf Classic at Thorny Lea Golf Club, 11:30 a.m. registration/box lunch and 1:00 p.m. shotgun
start, scramble start. $200 per player, includes lunch, golf, and dinner. Contact Marilyn Burke @
508-588-9100, x2602 or firstname.lastname@example.org or
visit our website at www.massasoit.mass.edu for further golfing information.
Sponsorship Opportunities available as well. Please call Sheryl Savage @
508-588-9100 X2603 or email@example.com for details.
Friday, May 28: The Brockton Rox will kick off the baseball season with a three game home set against the Worcester Tornadoes. For a full schedule, visit www.brocktonrox.com.
The Irish Cultural Centre of New England in Canton is offering Tin Whistle, Bodhran, Fiddle, Gaelic Language, Set Dancing, Step Dancing, Rambling House and Irish Banking classes for beginners to advance levels. For dates, times and prices, please visit www.irishculture.org or call 781-821-8291.Clothing & Food Drive for Haiti Relief
Please bring your canned goods, non-perishables, toiletries, clothes, shoes, sandals, diapers, towels, etc. to My Storage Space, Brockton, 230 Oak Street, Brockton, 02301. Call 508-941-0009 for more information.
Massachusetts Community Health Services
WATER, FLASHLIGHTS & BATTERY Drive for Haiti
1106 Main street Brockton MA, (508)427-6671, 10am-7pm---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Please start bringing in your water, flashlights, batteries and money to help the relief efforts in Haiti. Massachusetts Community
Health Services (MCHS) is a 501.(c) (3) corporation serving the Haitian
community in the Greater Brockton area since 2000. MCHS's
mission is to promote health and foster economic development in a
culturally and technologically appropriate manner for immigrant
newcomers, particularly Haitians living on the South Shore of
Massachusetts. Mass Community Health Services has collaborated with the MASSACHUSETTS
HAITIAN-AMERICAN EARTHQUAKE TASK FORCE , GEP for Haiti, Mass Emergency
Relief Fund and Center for Haitian Civic Rights by providing English as
Second Language (ESL) and Civic Education classes to Haitian immigrants on this effort.
Special Discount for Chamber Members
Living the Dream Auto Care and receive 10% off any repair or service over $100
until March 31st 2010. Located at 363 Neponset Street, Canton. Visit www.ltdac.com for more information or call 339-237-4711.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Fuller Craft Museum
455 Oak Street, Brockton, MA
and Students $5
under 12 Free, Wednesday
5:00-9:00pm Free.Open Tuesday- Sunday, 10am-5pm. Closed Mondays.
Free Tax Preparation If you are a low to moderate income
family, live in the Greater Brockton area and at least one member of your
household worked, even part time in 2009, you may be eligible for this free
service. Don't go to tax preparers who
charge you to do your taxes and charge you again to get a loan for an early
refund. Most people can get their state
refund in 3 to 5 days and their federal approximately 7days later and save
hundreds of additional dollars in preparer and loan fees. Claim the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), a
federal and state tax benefit for people who work. With both the federal and state tax credits,
workers may get up to $5,657 in refunds.
Workers can claim both the federal and state EITC, even if they do not
owe income tax, simply by filing federal and state income tax returns. You will receive a state credit equal to 15%
of the federal amount. Where and When:Mondays from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. starting February 1, 2010:MultiCultural Banking Center, HarborOne, 68 Legion Parkway, BrocktonSaturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. starting
January 30 and Wednesday evenings from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. starting February
3, 2010: Self Help Healthy
Housing and Community Resource Center, 142 Crescent St., Brockton
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|Sandler Sales Training Workshops
April 29, 8:30 am - 10:00 am
Metro South Chamber, 60 School Street, Brockton
Join Bill Scher and Peter Oliver of Sandler Training for a series of Member-Led sales training seminars designed to help you grow your business.
April 29: "Upset about long sales cycles? Tired of unpaid consulting? Strategies on how to move your opportunities forward.
" Bill and Peter's training clients include Fortune 500 companies, aswell as Massachusetts based businesses involved in financial, professional services, technology, manufacturing, construction, staffing, human resources, business consulting and more.These workshops are free to attend. To register, contact Lisa Keene at 508.586.0500 x 225, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Added Benefits for Chamber Members Constellation NewEnergy Power Program: An Electricity aggregation program to help members better manage their energy costs.Expanded Health Insurance Services from Health Services Administrators (HSA): Introducing the One Resource Solution website, offering up to dating information and resources to help you, your business and employees find the best plan.
NEW: Metro South Chamber Social Network
(Exclusively for Chamber Members)
Please take a
moment to sign up at mymetrosouthchamber.ning.com.
This site has a lot of potential in the
future for maintaining a strong Chamber and a strong business community. Over 35 Chamber members have already joined.
Contact Alison at 508.586.0500 x 222 if you have any questions.
Take the Sustainability Survey
A recent study revealed that 83%
of consumers say it is somewhat or very important to them to purchase products
and services from responsible, sustainable companies, but few companies know
how to improve sustainability performance and communicate their green and
sustainable efforts to customers and employees.
The Metro South Chamber has partnered with Green Plus (www.gogreenplus.org) to announce a new initiative which will allow businesses to achieve a credible "green" certification in order to convey their commitment to responsible and sustainable operations. Please complete a brief survey on sustainability so that the Chamber may assess the needs of the business community and help to increase knowledge, community engagement, environmental impact and business success. Sustainability Survey.
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