Category Archives: Events

Vegan Menu and Ingredients!

Vegan Menu and Ingredients!

At this Sunday’s Hearth Dinner the Hearth is going vegan! Cameron Gray, who runs Abundance Catering and will be speaking at #WhatIMake: The Conference on April 16, will teach us how to make the following items: beet tartare zucchini fritters a salad of local veggies vegan chocolate mousse cupcakes Worry not, after we learn howContinue Reading

The Maine Event

The Maine Event

-written by Hearth Member, Matthew Reese Being Easter Sunday, I didn’t know what kind of turnout to expect for Waltzdays last night. I arrived at the Democracy Center wondering if it would be a quieter evening. But the Hearth never fails to impress me. It was the best one yet. The turnout was fantastic, theContinue Reading

Celebrate Pi Day with a Handmade Gluten-Free Pie Recipe!

Celebrate Pi Day with a Handmade Gluten-Free Pie Recipe!

Last night over 25 people celebrated the return of spring with High Tea at the March Hearth Dinner.  At the event, we decorated cookies, traded tea through the Hearth Trading Co., and enjoyed a whole menu of items prepared by the endlessly talented Hearth Members Jaclyn Wood and Rebecca D’Antonio. The room was particularly festive thanks to the paperContinue Reading

Write a Passage II

Write a Passage II

-written by Hearth Member Kara Kulpa I am dreadfully behind on writing this blog post, but even as I think back now, to one week ago tonight (Write A Passage II) I am smiling. Last Tuesday night, a group of us got together for the second consecutive month (from 7:00pm – 8:00pm at the Arlington Center for the Arts; weContinue Reading

The High Tea Menu

The High Tea Menu

Miranda’s Hearth is getting fancy for the Hearth Dinner on Sunday, March 13.  Led by the ever lovely Jaclyn Wood, we’ll be hosting a High Tea Party complete with gluten free and vegan food options, vintage clothing, cookie decorating, and a tea trade! The High Tea Menu: Salmon and Cream Cheese Finger Sandwiches Gluten FreeContinue Reading

Waltz-2-3…POLKA!

Waltz-2-3…POLKA!

-written by Hearth Member, Matthew Reese …and I thought the first Waltzdays was fun. This past Sunday, seventy-five people joined us for the second Waltzdays. The excitement and energy exceeded even the first one. It was a rockin’ night of whirling, twirling, laughing, and oh so many smiles. The Whom returned to assume their placeContinue Reading

Book Review: The Tenth of December

Book Review: The Tenth of December

-written by Hearth Member, Marika McCoola Seven people braved the rain last night to come out and discuss George Saunders’ book of short stories The Tenth of December. The book received rave reviews when first published, hence my decision to add it to the bookclub list. I’m also not a huge fan of short stories,Continue Reading

The First Write a Passage!

The First Write a Passage!

-written by Hearth Member, Kara Kulpa Tuesday, February 2, 2016. 8:46pm Dear Friends, Tonight marked the first meeting of Miranda’s Hearth’s newest monthly group, Write A Passage. Allow me to begin this recap with what’s at the forefront of my mind: Wowza! Thank you! I can’t stop smiling! It feels so good to WRITE! YouContinue Reading

Hearth-2-3, Hearth-2-3!

Hearth-2-3, Hearth-2-3!

-written by Hearth Member, Matthew Reese Last night launched Waltzdays’ first ever event and the first of many dances to be hosted by Miranda’s Hearth. I was blown away by how much fun it was. Over fifty people gathered in the Democracy Center in Harvard Square on Sunday night at 7:00pm to dance well beyondContinue Reading

Why Write? Why Not?! – The Reason Behind Write A Passage

-written by Hearth Member, Kara Kulpa Q: Why write? A: Why not?! The idea came to me on my couch as Miranda and I were talking after dinner one early October evening. I was reminiscing about my time spent as a music therapist and dialectical behavior therapist on a maximum security forensic psych ward…you know…likeContinue Reading