Spend an afternoon cooking with members of our community from around the world as they share about their culture and cuisines and as they lead you in preparing their chosen dish. Currently, this “pilot” is being offered to the HFC community only as an opportunity for our members to get to know each other. We hope to create more of these events for the greater community.
Hingham Unity Council invites you to the third installment of exploration of the challenges to the supply of affordable housing: Let’s Talk Housing 3.0 featuring South Shore Habitat for Humanity. All are welcome to join this online event co-sponsored by the Hingham Congregational Church and the Hingham Women’s Club on Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. to learn more about plans for two new Habitat for Humanity homes on Whiting Street and how the initiative fits into a larger effort to increase housing supply and diversity in our community. Join us via Zoom Meeting ID: 849 0897 8015 Passcode: 02043
The Board of Selectmen are bringing two warrant articles to Town Meeting 2021 that, if passed, would create a committee that will be tasked with the creation of a Climate Action Plan, which would outline a path towards net zero emissions in our town by 2040. To demonstrate our support for these efforts, the Hingham Unity Council will be teaming up with Hingham Net Zero by hosting a Climate Stand-out on April 3 at Bathing Beach.
Our upcoming community read and virtual discussion will discuss the New York Times best-selling novel The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich, based on the extraordinary life of the author’s grandfather, a Native leader who waged a real-life struggle for his tribe’s survival. The novel’s memorable characters crafted through the author’s compassion, wit, and intelligence are forced to grapple with the worst and best impulses of human nature.