Wayside Youth & Family Support Network 121 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02474 Founded in 1977, Wayside Youth & Family Support Network is a community-based organization that provides care for…More runaway and homeless children. The community campus consists of six townhouses (each unit houses 12 children), a special education school, full gymnasium, playing fields, counseling offices and treatment centers. The campus has been in operation since 2007. Wayside Youth accepts volunteers and donations.
The Meat House 1398 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02476 With an aim to be the modern revival of the neighborhood butcher shop, the Meat House promises to offer "unparalleled…More hospitality in a 10-minute shopping experience." This incarnation in Arlington Heights, the 19th of the chain of locally owned shops, offers an array of meats, marinades, deli selections, baked goods, prepared foods and an oil and vinegar station where customers can fill reusable bottles. Meats are cut daily and special orders are welcomed, including phone in orders. Staff members are knowledgeable about meat cuts, techniques for cooking them, and are committed to educating the customer, including offering sample cuts of meat to take home and try out. They are also involved in the local community, just as one would expect from a traditional local butcher.
Domino Physics 15 Jason Ter, Arlington, MA02476 Peter Bloom has been sharing his Domino Physics for more than 10 years. He works with businesses, schools and private…More parties with the goals of team building, educating and entertaining. With thousands of dominoes and other props such as ramps and toys, he instructs and encourages groups to work together to build a toppling trail of dominoes. He poses the question, "what can you convince a falling domino to do on its way down?" The results yield Jenga-type towers that are 6-12 feet high, cooperative marble machines and domino lines with special effects built in. Call to schedule an appointment.