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Southbridge - Mon 6/4
June Meeting
First Time Free Free
Waltham - Wed 6/6
Zero-down, Cashflow Positive Solar?
$30 $13.5 $35 $25
Worcester - Wed 6/13
Judge Diana Horan, Clerk Magistrate Nick Moudios, & Team
$24 $13.5 $27 $17
Longmeadow - Thu 6/14
Candidates’ Night
$31 $26 $36 $31
Fitchburg - Thu 6/14
June Meeting
$15 $20 NWCLA members, free.
Other members, public ticket.
Cambridge - Tue 6/19
Judge Winik, Eastern Housing Court
$23 $13.5 $28 $18
Pittsfield - Tue 6/19
June Meeting
First Time Free $22, RSVP RHABC99@gmail.com

Early bird pricing available until noon seven days prior.

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  • Waltham Wed 5/2: Sell Out and Clean Up With Condo Conversion; Screen Tenants with Public Eviction Histories
    5:30 PM-9:00 PM
    05/02/2018

    380 Winter St, Waltham, MA 02451, USA

    380 Winter St, Waltham, MA 02451, USA

    Part I:

    We’ll go through step-by-step how to screen tenants using public eviction histories. Did you know
    that you can see where an applicant was last evicted, how long the eviction lasted, and even how much they owed the landlord? Court documents are
    a matter of public record
    and we can access them from the meeting room. When used appropriately, these records
    can provide a wealth of insight into whether a prospective tenant will be successful in your
    apartment.

    This segment will show how to search by tenants and owners, how to read the information presented, and most importantly, how to talk to prospective renters
    and owners to find out whether the case does in fact reflect badly on either party. The tenant or the landlord might be to blame, or maybe it
    was an unfortunate breakdown in communication on both sides. This portion will be
    brass-tacks training for owners and managers.

    Condos can happen anywhere
    screen tenants with eviction histories
    Screen tenants with eviction histories

    Part II:

    Thinking about selling? How would you like to increase the market value of your three-decker by 50%?
    Condo conversion can make this happen. As we all know, single families are priced based on what buyers can afford,
    not based on the rental income they could generate. A two- or three-unit building split into condos might instantly be worth hundreds
    of thousands of dollars more to you, if you’re willing to sell two or three times instead of once.
    Whether now’s the time or you’re just gathering information, this is our chance to learn about a great option.

    This part will be presented by Victor Divine, REALTOR;
    David Camiel, Attorney; Jeremy Wong, Contractor, at CW Builders; and Jeremy Devaney, Loan officer at Fairway Mortgage.
    This team have performed many condo conversions together and they’re going to tell us how the process works and what to watch out for.

    Member Testimonial

    I only had a vague notion of condo conversion until I stumbled into one of Victor’s seminars. Suddenly it became a real possibility. I kicked myself for not figuring it out sooner. He answered a lot of questions for me that evening and afterwards. He even prepared a report including estimated market value for each unit. Victor never put the slightest pressure on me to convert. He just helped me understand my options. – Rex

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    Have you seen our Leave Stuff, Take Stuff Table?

    Market your business, pick up handouts, give away an old doorknob. Everything goes on our first-come, first-served display
    table at all our events. Please bring business cards, brochures, coupons. And feel free to pick up your own uncollected marketing materials at the end.
    Everything not claimed end-of-night may be chucked.

    Wednesday, May 2nd

    Charles River Meeting Agenda

    • 5:30pm Sign-in/Networking/Dinner
      • Networking draws from Waltham, Newton, Weston, Watertown, Wellesley, Wellesley Hills, Lincoln, Dover, Arlington, Belmont, and the western ends of Cambridge and Boston.
    • 6:00pm Buffet Dinner by the Copper House Tavern
    • 6:40pm Executive Director Doug Quattrochi with the MassLandlords Business Update
      • Member Minutes – Any member can have the mic for 60 seconds (introduce yourself, ask a question, share words of wisdom, etc.)
    • 7:00pm Part I: Screen Tenants with Public Eviction Histories
    • 7:25pm Part II: Sell Out and Clean Up with Condo Conversion
    • 8:20pm Networking
    • 9:00pm Doors Close

    Location

    Best Western Waltham
    380 Winter St.
    Waltham, MA 02451

    Parking

    There is ample parking in the lot around the Best Western and down the hill by the Copper House Tavern. Please enter through the main lobby and look for the MassLandlords signs.

    Food

    • Buffet Dinner
    • Soda, Water, Coffee

    *Dietary restrictions: purchase an early-bird ticket and email hello@masslandlords.net, we will accommodate you.

    Pricing

    Open to the public. Membership is not required!

    • Early-bird ends 4/25 at 12pm:
      • Public: $30.00
      • Members: $20.00
    • After Early bird or at the door:
      • Public: $35.00
      • Members: $25.00

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    This event is operated by MassLandlords staff.

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  • Marlborough Tue 5/8: Chief Justice Tim Sullivan
    6:30 PM-7:10 PM
    05/08/2018

    1 Muddy Ln, Marlborough, MA 01752, USA

    1 Muddy Ln, Marlborough, MA 01752, USA

    The Chief Justice of the entire Massachusetts Housing Court system will be coming to us to get our feedback on the courts, and to share what the courts are doing with electronic filing and
    housing court expansion.

    Chief Justice Timothy Sullivan is one of our most accessible public servants and genuinely interested in hearing what owners and managers all around the Commonwealth have to say.
    His prepared remarks are always informative, but best of all, he actively encourages attendees to speak up and let him know about problems we’re having. This is going to be a great meeting.
    Participation in the group discussion is not required.

    Chief Justice Tim Sullivan

    Tuesday, May 8th

    MetroWest Property Owners Association Meeting Agenda

    • 6:30pm Registration, socializing and dinner
    • 7:00pm MassLandlords Business Update
    • 7:10pm Program starts

    Location

    Marlborough Fish and Game
    1 Muddy Ln

    Marlborough, MA 01752

    Food

    • Sandwiches and rolls, salad
    • Beverages
    • Cookies

    Pricing & RSVP

    Open to the public! Membership is not required. *MWPOA Members* RSVP by emailing your full name to Laurel newlakeview@yahoo.com

    • MassLandlords.net/MWPOA Members pay $100 annual MWPOA dues and each meeting is free, just RSVP!
    • MassLandlords.net Members and general public: $5

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    This event is operated by volunteers.

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  • Worcester Wed May 9: Disaster Show & Tell; A Landlords-Only Attorney
    5:30 PM-9:00 PM
    05/09/2018

    1 Skyline Dr, Worcester, MA 01605, USA

    1 Skyline Dr, Worcester, MA 01605, USA

    Part I

    Fire, smoke and water damage are preventable, but sometimes no matter what you do to prepare, disaster strikes. Not all disasters mean the end of your rental property. On the contrary, even seemingly total wrecks can be salvaged!

    In this part of the presentation, we’ll be looking at before-and-after pictures of fires and floods, hearing what caused them, and seeing how the buildings were restored to better than ever.

    Katie Daviau from BayState Restoration will be presenting the Disaster Show and Tell.

    Disaster Show & Tell
    attorney inessa shur
    Attorney Inessa Shur

    Part II

    What happens when an attorney handles only landlord cases and no other matters? That attorney becomes a super-expert in helping landlords.
    Come hear from local notable Attorney Inessa Shur, of Shur Law Group. Attorney Shur is known and respected by opposing attorneys, judges, mediators and court personnel. She will be
    presenting the common mistakes she sees owners make, sharing stories from the trenches, and taking questions from the audience.

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    Have you seen our Leave Stuff, Take Stuff Table?

    Market your business, pick up handouts, give away an old doorknob. Everything goes on our first-come, first-served display table at all our events. Please bring business cards, brochures, coupons. And feel free to pick up your own uncollected marketing materials at the end. Everything not claimed end-of-night may be chucked.

     

    Wednesday, May 9th

    Meeting Agenda

    • 5:30pm Sign-in/Networking
      • Networking draws from Worcester, Shrewsbury, Millbury, Auburn, Leicester, Paxton, Holden, West Boylston, Boylston, Grafton, Upton, Northbridge, Sutton, Oxford, Charlton, Spencer, Oakham, Rutland, Princeton, Clinton, and Sterling.
    • 6:15pm Buffet Dinner by The Vintage Grille
    • 6:40pm MassLandlords Business Update and Member Minutes
      • Member Minutes – Any member can have the mic for 60 seconds (introduce yourself, ask a question, share words of wisdom, etc.)
    • 7:00pm Rich Merlino Meeting Introduction
    • 7:05pm Disaster Show & Tell
    • 7:45pm Landlord-Only Attorney
    • 8:25pm Networking
    • 9:00pm Doors close

    Location

    Worcester Technical High School
    1 Skyline Dr
    Worcester, MA 01603

    Parking

    There is ample free parking in the first lot you see, in the covered garage to your left, on top of the garage (entrance further down road), and around the back of the school

    Food

    • Cheese and crackers, sodas, water, coffee, decaf
    • Hot buffet dinner, incl. salad, rolls
    • Cookies, brownies, and/or blondies

    *Dietary restrictions: purchase an early-bird ticket and email hello@masslandlords.net, we will accommodate you.

    Pricing

    Open to the public. Membership is not required!

    • Early-bird ends 5/2 @ 12pm:
      • Public: $24
      • Members: $13.50 (log in before you register or you will see the non-member price)
      • Premium Members: No charge and no need to register
    • After Early bird or at the door:
      • Public: $27
      • Members: $17
      • Premium Members: No charge and no need to register

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    This event is operated by MassLandlords staff.

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  • West Springfield Thu May 10: How Misbehaving Tenants Lose their Subsidies, How a Heartburn Tenant Can become a Heartwarming Story
    6:00 PM-9:00 PM
    05/10/2018

    1375 Elm St, West Springfield, MA 01089, USA

    1375 Elm St, West Springfield, MA 01089, USA

    Part I: The last time we had WayFinders (formerly HAP Housing) speak, we didn’t get a clear answer about how misbehaving tenants lose their subsidies.
    They’ve followed-up, and are going to give a presentation on this process. With waiting lists between eight and ten years in many parts of Massachusetts,
    it only seems fair that misbehaving tenants should make way for a more deserving renter.

    This part of the presentation will be presented by John Fisher of Wayfinders.

    How Misbehaving Tenants Lose their Subsidies
    tpp by bay cove
    How a Heartburn Tenant Can become a Heartwarming Story – TPP image by BayCove

    Part II: Renters like any of us can fall on hard times, especially when we’re getting older or managing mental health conditions. Those of us in this situation can become a real
    heartburn to our landlords. But fortunately there’s a Tenancy Preservation Program (TPP). TPP is a state-funded
    tool for renters at risk of eviction to receive supportive services. In many cases, TPP keeps the elderly and others in their rented units, turning a heartburn into a heartwarming story.
    Come learn what this program is, how it works, and how you can activate it to help you in the future.

    This part of the presentation will be presented by Jenny Pothier, LCSW, Program Director at MHA, Inc. Jenny’s presentation will be tailor-made to show us how TPP
    fits into the spectrum of rental subsidies, what kinds of tenants they can help, and how their 95% success rate makes TPP a tool that every landlord should have in their toolbox.

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    Thursday, May 10th

    RHAGS Meeting Agenda

    • 5:30pm Sign-in and Networking
      • Cash bar
      • Networking draws from Springfield, West Springfield, Holyoke, Chicopee, Ludlow, Wilbraham, East Longmeadow, Longmeadow, Agawam, Southwick, Southampton, Easthampton, Northampton, Westhampton, Hadley, South Hadley, Granby, Amherst, Belchertown, Ware, Palmer, Warren, Monson, and Hampden.
    • 6:00pm Buffet dinner
    • 6:40pm State-wide Business Update and Member Minutes
    • 7:00pm Local Updates
    • 7:05pm Legal Update
    • 7:10pm How Misbehaving Renters Lose their Subsidies
    • 7:50pm How a Heartburn Tenant Can become a Heartwarming Story
    • 8:30pm Networking
    • 9:00pm Doors Close

    New Location

    Springfield Country Club
    1375 Elm St
    West Springfield, MA 01089

    Food

    • Hot buffet dinner, incl. salad and rolls
    • Cash bar
    • Hot Coffee & Tea
    • Dessert (cookies, brownies, and blondies)

    *Dietary restrictions: purchase an early-bird ticket and email hello@masslandlords.net, we will accommodate you.

    Pricing

    Open to the public. Non-members always welcome!

    • Door:
      • Public: $41.00
      • Members: $31.00
    • Early bird, reserve by 5/3 @ 12pm:
      • Public: $36.00
      • Members: $26.00

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    This event is operated by MassLandlords staff.

  • Fitchburg Thu 5-10: Housing Court Open Forum
    6:30 PM-9:30 PM
    05/10/2018

    830-1490 Westminster St, Fitchburg, MA 01420, USA

    830-1490 Westminster St, Fitchburg, MA 01420, USA

    Please join us at the Northern Worcester County Landlord Associations May 10th, 2018 membership meeting where we will be hosting representatives from Worcester Housing Court in an open discussion forum.

    Please email your questions in advance to info@belaire.co with “Housing Court Questions” as your subject line where Brian Lucier, NWCLA President, will be your moderator for the evening. Please do not use actual court cases or docket numbers for your questions. All questions should be prefaced as “hypothetical scenarios”, or your questions will be disqualified.

    We are sure each landlord in attendance will learn something they can take away to enhance and improve their rental business operations this year. Hope to see you there.

    Housing Court Open Forum

    If you are an existing MassLandlords member but didn’t know about NWCLA, you can purchase a public ticket and learn about switching
    your membership to NWCLA, our latest addition to the growing list of MassLandlords chapters.
    NWCLA members still get member pricing on MassLandlords events. Non-members welcome, too.

    Thursday, May 10th

    NWCLA Meeting Agenda

    Visit nwcla.com for any last-minute updates or changes.

    • 6:45pm Dinner and Networking
      • Networking draws from Fitchburg, Leominster, Lunenburg, Townsend, Ashby, Ashburnham, Westminster, Gardner, Princeton, Sterling,
        Lancaster, Shirley, Groton, Pepperell, Winchedon, Templeton, and Hubbardston.
    • 7:00pm Benefits Presentation

    Location

    Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School (Monty Tech)
    1050 Westminster Street
    Fitchburg, MA 01420

    Parking

    There is ample free parking beside the school. Do not park along the fence where the busses park. Do not park in
    any of the handicap spots unless you have the proper handicap parking sticker.

    Food

    • Dinner by Happy Jack’s Cantina Grille from N. Main St. in Leominster.

    Pricing

    Membership not required! Open to the public.

    • Early-bird ends 5/2 @ 12pm:
      • Public and Members other than NWCLA: $15
      • MassLandlords.net/NWCLA members: pay annual dues, then free
    • After Early bird or at the door:
      • Public and Members other than NWCLA: $20
      • MassLandlords.net/NWCLA members: pay annual dues, then free

    This event is operated by volunteers.

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  • Springfield: Crash Course in Landlording
    8:30 AM-1:40 PM
    05/12/2018

    800 W Columbus Ave, Springfield, MA 01105, USA

    800 W Columbus Ave, Springfield, MA 01105, USA

    This crash course has been canceled – unable to meet minimum.

    Learn everything you need to succeed as an owner or manager of residential rental property in Massachusetts.

    This fast-paced course is strictly limited to 16 participants to allow for detailed discussion and Q&A. Course tuition includes:

    • Small group session with the Executive Director, a trained presenter and experienced landlord, and the Legislative Affairs Counsel, an attorney.
    • A comprehensive agenda, see below.
    • Nolo’s Every Landlord’s Tax Deduction Guide.
    • A bound summary of all material presented.
    • Your choice of one conflict resolution, book, either The Good Landlord by Peter Shapiro or Getting to Yes by Roger Fisher.
    • Breakfast pastries, coffee, tea.
    • Lunch sandwiches, sodas, chips, cookies; all dietary requirements satisfied, please notify us when you purchase a ticket.
    • A MassLandlords ballpoint pen.
    • A coupon for 10% off any MassLandlords annual membership.
    • A MassLandlords certificate of completion and permission to use “MassLandlords Crash Course graduate” on your marketing material.

    This crash course has been canceled – unable to meet minimum.

    Featured Testimonial

    “I simply wanted to reach out and express just how happy I am to have attended the landlording crash course. The presentation and delivery of the information was flawless and I certainly have walked away with a greater understanding of the intricacies that govern being an above average landlord/manager.” –
    Michael Murray

    Saturday, May 12th, 2018

    Agenda

    • 8:30 am – Introduction of MassLandlords and course participants
    • 8:45 – Rental markets
      • Urban, suburban, rural
      • Luxury, college, professional, working, subsidized, rooming houses
    • 8:55 – Property selection
      • Lead paint (Legal highlight)
      • Utilities
      • Bones vs surfaces
      • Amenities
      • Repairs and renovations
      • Durable vs beautiful
      • What if I’m stuck with what I’ve got?
    • 9:05 – Sales and marketing 101 for rental property managers
      • Marketing rentals
      • Sales process
      • Staying organized
      • Branding a small business
      • Getting more or fewer calls
      • Tips and tricks
    • 9:45 – Break
    • 9:55 – Applications and screening
      • Criminal, credit, eviction
      • Discrimination (legal highlight)
      • Tenant Screening Workshop
    • 10:50 – Rental Forms
      • Lease vs Tenancy at Will
      • iCORI
      • Eviction notices
    • 11:10 – Legal Matters
      • Late fees
      • Security deposits
      • Eviction process
      • Move-and-store
      • Water and electrical submetering
      • Housing Court vs District Court
      • Warranty of habitability
      • Inspections
      • Subsidies
      • Rent control
    • 12:10 – Break and Lunch, with free form Q&A
    • 12:40 – Maintenance, hiring, and operations
      • Keeping the rent roll and expenses
      • Filing taxes
      • To manage or not to mange
      • Tenants as customers
      • Notifying tenants
      • Extermination
      • Monitoring contractors
      • Lease violations and conflict resolution
      • Record keeping
    • 1:15 – Overview of books and resources for further education
    • 1:20 – Review of unanswered questions
    • 1:40 – End

    Location

    Hilton Garden Inn Springfield
    800 Hall Of Fame Avenue
    Springfield, MA 01105

    Plenty of parking, off I-91. Plan to arrive tens minutes early to make sure you navigate the couple of side streets off the ramp.

    Food

    • Continental Breakfast
      • Fresh Baked Pastries, Muffins and Donuts
      • Variety of Bagels with Cream Cheese and Butter
      • Fresh Cut Fruit
      • Coffee
      • Tea
      • Orange Juice
    • Lunch
      • Assorted Paninis
      • Soft Drinks, ice tea, lemonade, and water

    *Dietary restrictions: purchase a ticket one week in advance and email hello@masslandlords.net, we will accommodate you.

    Pricing

    Open to the public. Membership is not required!

    • Advance registration required:
      • Public: $205
      • Members: $195

    This crash course has been canceled – unable to meet minimum.

    This event is operated by MassLandlords staff.

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  • Cambridge Tues 5-15: How to Select, Hire, and Manage a Property Manager, Checking Criminal Records
    5:30 PM-9:00 PM
    05/15/2018

    One Broadway, 1 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02142, USA

    One Broadway, 1 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02142, USA

    Part I

    We’ll start with a quick refresher (or if you’re a new landlord, an introduction) to checking criminal records in Massachusetts. It’s $25 and a great conversation starter with your prospective tenant. “Why yes, actually, I was in the news!” Landlords have special access to more data than a third party provider. Come find out how to get it for yourself.

    This segment will be presented by MassLandlords Executive Director Doug Quattrochi.

    MassCourts, iCORI, FICO
    How to Select, Hire, and Manage a Property Manager
    How to Select, Hire, and Manage a Property Manager

    Part II

    It can pay to DIY, but there are lots of reasons why hiring a professional manager might become your best choice. This segment will be useful for owners with existing managers, owners looking to hire a manager, or owners with no plans to manage who might hire in the future.

    In this segment, we’ll talk about the pros and cons of working with a management company, essentials of property management, fee structures, and additional perks you might not be aware of.

    We’ll also share the story of how a hands-off approach to management can leave you literally with all your circuit breakers wired together. Come to this event and leave with ideas for your own DIY management or hiring, as suits your preference.

    This segment will be presented by Lucas Merchant and Nate Gopen founders of MerGo Property Management.
    Nate owns properties, and Lucas has been in property management for five years. Their company comes with recommendations from inside the MassLandlords network. Their presentation will be strictly educational, no sales pitch. Even if you’re not considering hiring them, you can call them for questions.

    Have you seen our Leave Stuff, Take Stuff Table?

    Market your business, pick up handouts, give away an old doorknob. Everything goes on our first-come, first-served display table at all our events. Please bring business cards, brochures, coupons. And feel free to pick up your own uncollected marketing materials at the end. Everything not claimed end-of-night may be chucked.

    Tuesday, May 15th

    Cambridge Meeting Agenda

    • 5:30pm Sign-in and Networking
      • Networking draws from Cambridge, Boston, Somerville, Arlington, Belmont, Watertown, and Malden.
    • 6:00pm Buffet Dinner
    • 6:40pm Executive Director Doug Quattrochi with the MassLandlords Business Update
      • Member Minutes – Any member can have the mic for 60 seconds (introduce yourself, ask a question, share words of wisdom, etc.)
    • 7:00pm Checking Criminal Records
    • 7:25pm How to Select, Hire, and Manage a Property Manager
    • 8:20pm Networking
    • 9:00pm Doors close

    Location

    Cambridge Innovation Center
    1 Broadway (5th Floor)
    Cambridge, MA 02142

    ID required Upon entering One Broadway, you will need to check in with the lobby security. You’ll just need to show your ID and let them know you’re going to the MassLandlords event in the 5th floor Venture Cafe.

    Accessing from the T

    • Exit the Kendall T stop on Main St.
    • Cross to the northeast side of Main St. with the Marriott and Chipotle and walk down the street away from Cambridge towards the Longfellow Bridge to Boston.
    • Cross through the plaza with the five-foot high metal globe; One Broadway is the building undergoing construction across the next street.
    • Cross over Broadway to arrive at One Broadway.

    Parking

    Accessible by T and highway. Parking available in several garages for weekend rates. See CIC Directions for details. Pilgrim Parking is $10 enter after 4pm, a two-minute walk from One Broadway, click here for details

    Food

    • Buffet, incl. salad and rolls
    • Water, sodas
    • Cookies

    *Dietary restrictions: purchase an early-bird ticket and email hello@masslandlords.net, we will accommodate you.

    Pricing

    Open to the public. Non-members always welcome!

    • Door:
      • Public: $28.00
      • Members: $18.00
    • Early-bird, reserve by 4/10 @ 12pm:
      • Public: $23.00
      • Members: $13.50

     

    Click here to purchase tickets for this event

    This event is operated by MassLandlords staff.

  • Pittsfield Tue 5-15: Senator Adam Hinds
    6:00 PM-7:00 PM
    05/15/2018

    1331 North St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

    1331 North St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

    Senator Adam Hinds of Berkshire, Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden will be coming to discuss housing policy with us, giving updates
    on various bills as well as taking our input on what issues we’re seeing.

    Senator Adam Hinds

    Tuesday, May 15th

    Berkshire County Meeting Agenda

    • 6:00pm Networking
      • Networking draws from Great Barrington, Lee, Lenox, Stockbridge, Pittsfield, Lanesborough, Cheshire, New Ashford, Adams, North Adams, Clarksburg, Williamstown, Florida,
        Savoy, Hancock, Dalton, Windsor, Hinsdale, Peru, Richmond, Washington, West Stockbridge, Becket, Tyringham, Alford, Otis, Monterey, Sandisfield, New Marlborough, Sheffield, Egremont, and Mount Washington.
    • 6:30pm Dinner, reservation required
    • 7:00pm Speaker

    Location

    Zucchini’s Restaurant (lower level)
    1331 North Street
    Pittsfield, MA 01201

    Parking

    There is ample free parking behind the restaurant

    Food

    • Dinner by Zucchini’s

    Pricing

    Membership not required! General public can come free for your first time.

    • No dinner: just show up
    • Dinner, typically around $22, text Rick at 413-822-8852, call 413-822-8252, or email RHABC99@gmail.com

This event is operated by volunteers.

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Find events by location, from west to east:

  • Pittsfield (RHABC): 3rd Tuesday
  • Longmeadow or West Springfield (RHAGS): 2nd Thursday
  • Southbridge (SWCLA): 1st Monday
  • Worcester (WPOA): 2nd Wednesday
  • Fitchburg (NWCLA): 2nd Thursday
  • Marlborough (MWPOA): 2nd Tuesday
  • Waltham (CRRHA): 1st Wednesday
  • Cambridge: 3rd Tuesday

Note about meeting service:

  • Our events range widely from “no food” to “full buffet and cash bar”.
  • Speakers range from informal (“This event is run by volunteers at a partner association”) to rehearsed (“This event is run by MassLandlords staff”).
  • Please note your location and all event details.

By tradition, there are no regular monthly events in July or August. There may be volunteer picnics, governance meetings, crash courses, or other events scheduled as needed.

If you have any questions concerning events, please contact us at hello@masslandlords.net

Regular meetings and special events appear when details are known.

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