Mar
22
7:00 PM19:00

Floetic Fridays Presents: Em(body)ed Ways of Knowing

Our vision for this gathering is to co-curate an experience that centers the concept of bodies--not simply as physical entities but as sources of knowledge and representations of our social realities. In conversation and practice, our physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual bodies are often disconnected from each other. So, in the process of reclaiming our bodies, we hope to illuminate how these are all powerfully intertwined when we care for ourselves and our communities. 

On an external level, we ask you to not only consider how physical health and self-care are associated with your body, but also how your physical appearance/presentation impacts your self-perception and social interactions. In what ways do you resist violent, predetermined perceptions and claim your agency to exist freely? How do your mind and body interact with each other? Both have their respective limitations and unique powers, but are in constant interplay nonetheless. 

With this Floetic Fridays, we believe that by engaging in practices of physical and emotional nurturing on an individual level, we can enact the same kind of change in our relationships and larger systems. We recognize that our experiences and bodies shape different understandings of care and health. However, by uplifting and validating these interpretations, we can both learn through differences and find ways to connect deeply. 

For nearly two years, Floetic Fridays events have sought to support the voices and narratives of marginalized folks through creative expression. This March, our aim is two-fold: to offer a platform for storytelling and art-sharing and to collaborate more directly with our community in exploration of this theme. To disrupt the traditional performer-audience dynamic, everyone will be invited to actively engage in this learning process. In the early afternoon in the Fireside Lounge at Dana Commons, Worcester folks and Floetic organizers will be facilitating workshops and dialogues according to their personal interpretations of “bodies”. This will also be a space to create art and form new connections. In the evening at Worcester PopUp, Floetic Fridays organizers and artists will host a performance segment and visual arts viewing session. We want you to absorb all that you can and walk away with something new—a new friend, a new perspective, a new motivation, a new practice, a new radical idea.

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Mar
25
6:30 PM18:30

Vinyasa Yoga Flow

Hosted by Justine Rovezzi

Vinyasa Flow Yoga classes. Yoga classes are movement based and will be 75 minutes in length. These classes are tailored to a group setting for skill level from beginner to advanced participant. Participants are required to provide their own mats , blocks, and straps. Free and open to the public!

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Mar
26
6:00 PM18:00

Teen Open Mic & Art Night

Main IDEA Youth & Arts is excited to be hosting another Teen Open Mic & Art Night event at the Worcester PopUp! These events are FREE, occur monthly, and are open to all teens ages 13-17. Come by to share a song or spoken word, sketch or paint your own work of art, and enjoy free refreshments!Space for performers is limited; sign up to reserve your performance spot at info@mainidea.org.

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Mar
30
6:00 PM18:00

Create Your Own Vibe

CREATE YOUR OWN VIBE (C.Y.O.V ) is a show that consists of over 10 artists with unique talents ready to be displayed on a given stage by THE.4ce. 


C.Y.O.V focuses on talent and is an event that all artist participating creates their own vibe for the given performaning time. 


Talents includes fashion , painting , music etc...
All ages are invited to attend and have a good time at C.Y.O.V

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Apr
1
6:30 PM18:30

Vinyasa Yoga Flow

Hosted by Justine Rovezzi

Vinyasa Flow Yoga classes. Yoga classes are movement based and will be 75 minutes in length. These classes are tailored to a group setting for skill level from beginner to advanced participant. Participants are required to provide their own mats , blocks, and straps. Free and open to the public!

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Apr
4
6:00 PM18:00

Vélékété African Ancestral Percussion Workshop

Vélékété African Ancestral Percussion is hosting an open house and workshop at Worcester PopUp to recruit performing artists to expand our group. Vélékété African Ancestral Percussion’s genres of music are traditional West African folkloric, World beat, Afro-pop, reggae and jazz.

We’re seeking traps, keyboard, electric bass, winds, percussion, vocalists and West African dancers. Must be able to rehearse and travel to become a member of our group. 

Interested? Attend our Workshop at Worcester PopUp and come prepared to work and play

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Apr
5
7:00 PM19:00

"Monologue Moments" - Pathways to VDAY2019

Start By Believing - is this year's theme for Pathways for Change, Inc.'s Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) eventsPathways for Change, Inc. has been serving Central Massachusetts since 1973 and is Still Believing, Survivor Strong, in this, their 46th year!

Show your support for Survivors of Sexual Violence during April's Sexual Assault Awareness Month and join Pathways for Change, Inc.'s 3rd annual - Pathways to VDAY production of Eve Ensler's "Vagina Monologues"! This performance at the Worcester PopUp will be a shorter version of the full show, called "Monologue Moments" and is back by popular demand as this is a more intimate audience experience with a talk-back session following the performance so that you can get to know the performers better and ask questions! So...come one, come all! Join us in celebration of women, womanhood, sisterhood, cisgenderhood and transgenderhood as we share profound stories that will make you laugh, cry, sigh, stomp your feet and raise your voice! 

SAVE THE DATE!:  Friday, April 5th at the Worcester PopUp from 7 - 9 PM (Doors open at 6 PM, show starts at 7 PM, ends at 8:30 PM with talk-back session with performers that ends at 9 PM.

This is a multi-media, multi-cultural & multi-lingual event. Survivor Art on exhibit. Worcester County Clothesline Project (WCCP) on display. Light refreshments available.  Ticket prices range from $10  - $25 (search: Pathways to VDAY on www.Eventbrite.com to purchase tickets).


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Apr
6
1:00 PM13:00

2019 College Poetry Competition

The Worcester County Poetry Association inaugurated the College Poetry Contest in 2008 to encourage and recognize the next generation of poets. The finalists are nominated by faculty and administrators from participating colleges in Worcester County. Submissions are judged for the Manuscript Prize, and finalists are asked to perform two submitted poem at an event held each April for the Performance Prize. Judges are chosen from the central Massachusetts poetry community.

In September 2018 the Worcester County Poetry Association Annual College Poetry Contest was renamed the "Elizabeth Bishop Manuscript Prize" and "Etheridge Knight Performance Prize" in honor of their connections to Worcester. Thanks to the generosity of the Annual College Poetry Contest founder, Susan Elizabeth Sweeney, the WCPA has also established an endowment with the Greater Worcester Community Foundation to support and sustain this annual literary event.  

Students compete for a cash award and a one-year WCPA membership in each category. Additionally, a poem from the winning manuscript will be published in the next edition of the WCPA literary journal, The Worcester Review.

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Apr
8
6:30 PM18:30

Vinyasa Yoga Flow

Hosted by Justine Rovezzi

Vinyasa Flow Yoga classes. Yoga classes are movement based and will be 75 minutes in length. These classes are tailored to a group setting for skill level from beginner to advanced participant. Participants are required to provide their own mats , blocks, and straps. Free and open to the public!

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Apr
9
6:00 PM18:00

Community Dance Workshop with Ronald K. Brown

Ronald K. Brown and his company Evidence have deeply moved audiences for over 30 years, and are praised for a “sophisticated amalgam of Afrocentric movement and modern dance” that often makes “spirituality…something vibrant and transformative” (Los Angeles Times).

This is a great opportunity to learn about his blend of modern dance technique with West African movements including traditional and social dance forms from US, Senegal, Cuba and Ivory Coast. No dance experience is needed; just an open heart!

Free and open to the public. All ages, no dance experience needed.
Participants: Please wear sneakers and comfortable clothing.


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Apr
13
4:00 PM16:00

CINEMA-WORCESTER Information Meeting

What is CINEMA-WORCESTER up to?!

At this informational session we will talk about what CINEMA-WORCESTER is, its current state of operations, a vision of what it could become and some initial practical steps to get there. 

We invite all interested parties! We are also looking to identify energized individuals skilled in the following areas to help us on our journey: non-profit management, fund raising, cinema operations, film history and criticism, graphic arts, social media, and more. Anyone interested in getting on our volunteer list also more than welcome! 

Join us, and consider helping CINEMA-WORCESTER reach its goal of becoming a full time, independent cinema in Worcester showing the best and most thought provoking films from all over the world. Popcorn will be served! 

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Apr
30
6:00 PM18:00

Worcester Youth Spring Concert

Come out to listen to local, young talent at the Worcester PopUp! Youth musicians ages 13-17 will be performing dance and music solos, duos, and ensembles in various genres. The event will also feature visual art created by local teen artists! As an ArtWeek "twist," Main IDEA will also be offering an inter-active arts activity, providing youth and families the opportunity to create their own art project throughout the event!

It is through the arts that these young performers will be helping to make the arts accessible to many more youth in Worcester! Proceeds from the event will go toward local nonprofit organization Main IDEA Youth & Arts to help provide arts programs for under-resourced youth in Worcester.

Tickets: $10 (ALL non-performers), purchased at the door.

Hosted by MainIDEA

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May
1
3:00 PM15:00

MA¥D In America; The Underground Mall Tour

The Underground Mall Tour is a retail sales experience based around clothing brands that are local to the New England area. We plan to have 10 - 15 different companies displaying and selling their merchandise. Due to the fact that majority of these designers sell their clothing on the internet, this day will give the guest who may already be a supporter of a particular brand the chance to meet the designer & feel the clothing in real life. The event will have a mini food court equip with pizza, pretzels and other snacks that are normally affiliated with the mall experience. Plus a DJ will be there playing all the hits. This whole event will take place at 'The Worcester Pop Up' at 20 Franklin St Worcester, Ma from 3pm - 9pm. Street parking is available but bring quarters for the meters. Hope to see all of you there.

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May
17
6:00 PM18:00

Never an Outsider: Community Screening of Crime+Punishment

“Moreover, I am cognizant of the interrelatedness of all communities and states. I cannot sit idly by in Atlanta and not be concerned about what happens in Birmingham. Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly. Never again can we afford to live with the narrow, provincial ‘outside agitator’ idea. Anyone who lives inside the United States can never be considered an outsider,” – Letter from Birmingham Jail, 1963 

Join the GSBS Diversity Interest Group at UMass Medical School for a community screening of Crime+Punishment at the Worcester PopUp. Through this event, we will honor the ideas presented in Martin Luther King Jr.'s seminal text, “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” by encouraging members of our community to be “cognizant of the interrelatedness of all communities and states” (Martin Luther King, Jr., 1963). The goals of this event are to host 1. a community screening of Crime+Punishment at the Worcester PopUp 2. a panel discussion following the documentary screening highlighting community engagement initiatives driven by UMMS representatives and Worcester residents and 3. a fundraiser for You Inc., a Worcester community service organization that offers several services that aid local youth and families in addition to targeted programming that helps Worcester youth currently in the Department of Youth Services (DYS) system.

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May
18
6:00 PM18:00

EPIC Service Warrior Inauguration

This will be the kick off event for EPIC in Worcester and the inauguration event for the Worcester Service Warriors. This event is an opportunity for the Worcester community to learn more about EPIC and generate enthusiasm for the upcoming Service Warrior team and everything they will accomplish.


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May
24
5:30 PM17:30

Music on Main

A community concert series at the new Worcester Popup featuring musicians and friends of the Worcester Chamber Music Society in non-traditional neighborhood venues. The one-hour concerts are free, informal, and focus on the Main South community. Kids, first-timers and seasoned concert-goers are all welcome.

Featuring African-American acclaimed violinist, composer and music educator Jessie Montgomery. Ms. Montgomery is from New York City. She performs and gives workshops in the US and abroad and her compositions are being performed by orchestras and chamber groups throughout the country. Members of Worcester Chamber Music Society and Neighborhood Strings will perform a few of Jessie's works.

Free admission

Hosted by: Worcester Chamber Music Society

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Jun
21
7:00 PM19:00

Make Music With The Master Singers Of Worcester

In celebration of MAKE MUSIC DAY 2019, the Master Singers of Worcester invite everyone - young and old - to raise their voices with us for an evening of SONG.  Bring your love of music and have FUN sharing the joy of singing together under the baton of our distinguished Artistic Director, Ed Tyler.  This is a free event; we will provide the music, direction and refreshments. 

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Jul
26
5:00 PM17:00

ImPULSE Zine Launch

Impulse Zine is a very new and underground publication that focuses on the representation of groups of people that have been excluded from the local mainstream media. This launch event will feature both the first fw18 and ss19 copy of Impulse Zine. There will also be local underground clothing brands, POC artists and have a live podcast recording with the topic of what it's like to be a marginalized person of color in the creative industry. This will all be followed by a small DJ set/dance party to close the event.

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Oct
4
to Oct 5

Not Your Mama's Scrapbook- Exhibit

"Art Collective 508 presents: Not Your Momma's ScrapBook: a collection of work embodying the struggle of creativity throughout the seasons"

About the installation: the Arts Collection 508 is an invitation based collaboration that creates a community portfolio of mixed media works in Worcester, MA. We invite all art enthusiasts, non-art enthusiasts, to discover the unique birth of chaos from a united front.

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Oct
18
4:00 PM16:00

I Am More: Massachusetts Opening Exhibit

I Am More: Massachusetts includes 20 portraits in pastel and colored pencil of individuals of all ages from all parts of the state who have written an essay that describes how they are more than their mental illness, life situation, physical disability or medical diagnosis. The opening exhibit will be the first public unveiling of the portraits.

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Mar
18
5:30 PM17:30

His Art, His Music, His Journey - Meet Milad Yousufi

A multi-media event featuring a classical pianist, a refugee from Afghanistan, student at Mannes College in NYC, student of pianist Simone Dinnerstein. Milad Yousufi has composed a piece that combines spoken word with classical piano "My Journey, Suite for Piano and Narrator". Milad is also a painter and Arabic calligrapher and would like to show some of his art. He is also a magnetic performer of Afghani folk music on piano with cajon and other percussion instruments.

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Mar
16
6:00 PM18:00

Official Book Launch Celebration: Spiritually Fabulous Ministries

In celebration of Michelle Memnon’s published book that is set to be released in February, she plans to host a book launch celebration. This event gives opportunity for her to celebrate this major accomplishment with her family, friends, peers, staff, aspiring authors, and anyone who would like to attend this exciting event! Guests will be entertained with music, food, and beverages (non-alcoholic). and Michelle will be signing books for those who have already pre-ordered and plan to sign books for anyone who would like to purchase a book the day of the event. 

Free and open to the public!

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Mar
14
8:00 PM20:00

Algorave

At an Algorave (https://algorave.com), performers create algorithmic music and visuals by programming live on stage. The code, written using free and open-source software, is projected for audience members to follow. Ideally, people dance. 

This will be the first Algorave ever held in New England, and to celebrate we're bringing in the Algobabez, who will be fresh off a performance at SXSW. Also performing will be Jeremy Stewart, Eric Fairbanks, Mariana Pachon-Puentes, Charlie Roberts, and Shawn Lawson... all using a variety of tools and programming languages.

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Mar
11
6:30 PM18:30

Vinyasa Yoga Flow

Hosted by Justine Rovezzi

Vinyasa Flow Yoga classes. Yoga classes are movement based and will be 75 minutes in length. These classes are tailored to a group setting for skill level from beginner to advanced participant. Participants are required to provide their own mats , blocks, and straps. Free and open to the public!

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Feb
26
6:00 PM18:00

Teen Open Mic & Art Night

Main IDEA Youth & Arts is excited to be hosting another Teen Open Mic & Art Night event at the Worcester PopUp! These events are FREE, occur monthly, and are open to all teens ages 13-17. Come by to share a song or spoken word, sketch or paint your own work of art, and enjoy free refreshments! 

Space for performers is limited! Sign up to reserve your performance spot here: https://goo.gl/forms/xLQwstQSP7WHFGps1

Parents/guardians and friends/family are welcome to stay to watch the performances; parents/guardians dropping off must sign their teen in/out in order for their child to participate.

Street parking may be found around the Worcester PopUp building (20 Franklin Street), as well as the following parking garages:
- Federal Plaza Garage
- Worcester Public Library Parking Lot
- The Mercantile Center Garage
- The Worcester Common Garage

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Feb
19
6:00 PM18:00

Community Dance Workshop with Ronald K. Brown

FREE and open to the public. All ages, no dance experience is needed.

Register here: http://bit.ly/2Tzv0aP

Participants: Please wear sneakers and comfortable clothing.

Ronald K. Brown and his company Evidence have deeply moved audiences for over 30 years, and are praised for a “sophisticated amalgam of Afrocentric movement and modern dance” that often makes “spirituality…something vibrant and transformative” (Los Angeles Times).

 This is a great opportunity to learn about his blend of modern dance technique with West African movements including traditional and social dance forms from US, Senegal, Cuba and Ivory Coast. No dance experience is needed; just an open heart!

 Hosted by Arts Transcending Borders, Worcester PopUp, and Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE, A Dance Company

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Feb
16
2:00 PM14:00

Eve Tribal Fusion Belly Dance

Did you know Belly Dance is great for every body no matter the age, size, shape, gender? Belly dance promotes a great body image, a sense of serenity, self confidence, balance, harmony and well-being. Belly dance is fantastic for your flexibility, balance, grace and strength, and is a fun way get your body moving. You will be amazed at what your body can do!

You don’t need dance experience; every body, any gender, any age, shape, size or fitness level can belly dance,. We love it and we think you will too!

We will have a 45 minute introduction to belly dance suitable for anyone, followed by a short 5-10 minute performance.
What to wear: anything you feel comfortable moving in.
What to bring: water to drink and your sense of adventure! We look forward to jamming with you!

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Feb
11
6:30 PM18:30

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Hosted by Justine Rovezzi

Vinyasa Flow Yoga classes. Yoga classes are movement based and will be 75 minutes in length. These classes are tailored to a group setting for skill level from beginner to advanced participant. Participants are required to provide their own mats , blocks, and straps. Free and open to the public!

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Feb
9
5:30 PM17:30

Bark in the Name of Love

A Valentine's Day themed event presenting a silent auction, craft sales, and the opportunity to get a "Kissing Booth" photo with a NEADS world class service dog! The silent auction will include art and gift certificates or baskets from local artists and businesses. Also, a separate "cake auction" for designer cakes! 

Further, there will be live music, finger foods, socializing and networking opportunities, and more!

This event is for the benefit of NEADS World Class Service Dogs., a 501(c)(3) non profit organization established in 1976 and has trained of 1,800 Service Dog teams since its founding. NEADS is accredited by Assistance Dogs International, the internationally recognized governing body that establishes industry standards and practices.

Today, NEADS offers the widest array of Service Dog programs in the industry, while still holding true to our core mission of producing Service Dogs for individuals with disabilities. We are proud of our reputation as a pioneer, leader, and innovator.

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Feb
8
5:00 PM17:00

"SEEING ALLRED"

Worcester NOW is showing the film "SEEING ALLRED," which is a documentary about Gloria Allred who has been a warrior for women's rights since the 1970s, when she was president of the Los Angeles chapter of NOW. Today, at age 77, she is still out there fighting for women every day. Our chapter has been given permission by the co-directors of the film show the film at no cost. "SEEING ALLRED" is available on Netflix, and they allow community groups to screen the film for no cost, from a Netflix account, with a few restrictions (mostly we cannot charge admission or seek any donations for the showing). Plans are forming to have a panel discussion post-film showing.


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Feb
4
6:30 PM18:30

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Hosted by Justine Rovezzi

Vinyasa Flow Yoga classes. Yoga classes are movement based and will be 75 minutes in length. These classes are tailored to a group setting for skill level from beginner to advanced participant. Participants are required to provide their own mats , blocks, and straps. Free and open to the public!

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Jan
29
6:00 PM18:00

Teen Open Mic & Art Night

Main IDEA Youth & Arts is excited to be hosting another Teen Open Mic & Art Night event at the Worcester PopUp! These events are FREE, occur monthly, and are open to all teens ages 13-17. Come by to share a song or spoken word, sketch or paint your own work of art, and enjoy free refreshments! 

Space for performers is limited! Sign up to reserve your performance spot here: https://goo.gl/forms/xLQwstQSP7WHFGps1

Parents/guardians and friends/family are welcome to stay to watch the performances; parents/guardians dropping off must sign their teen in/out in order for their child to participate.

Street parking may be found around the Worcester PopUp building (20 Franklin Street), as well as the following parking garages:
- Federal Plaza Garage
- Worcester Public Library Parking Lot
- The Mercantile Center Garage
- The Worcester Common Garage

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Jan
28
6:30 PM18:30

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Hosted by Justine Rovezzi

Vinyasa Flow Yoga classes. Yoga classes are movement based and will be 75 minutes in length. These classes are tailored to a group setting for skill level from beginner to advanced participant. Participants are required to provide their own mats , blocks, and straps. Free and open to the public!

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Jan
28
9:30 AM09:30

Worcester On The Moon

How should Worcester celebrate the 50th anniversary of the realization of Robert Goddards dream of putting a man on the moon?

The ECOTARIUM and WORCESTER HISTORICAL MUSEUM invite you to continue the conversation at the Worcester PopUp!

A year of Goddard inspired rocket launches, lectures, short films, concerts, poetry slams, Common movies, and more (bring your great ideas!” will remind the world that “You cant get to the moon without Worcester.”

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Jan
25
5:30 PM17:30

Live-08 Youth Spoken Word Open Mic Kick-off!

Youth Spoken Word Poetry Non-Profit Mass LEAP is in it's third year of supporting youth leaders by providing paid, year long internships for teens to create, manage and host their own open mic & writing workshop series, serving their peers. 

While past years have seen this program benefit youth in Boston, due to support from Greater Worcester Community Foundation & Worcester Cultural Coalition, we're happy to say that the Worcester cohort was added on this year! 5 local teens have been meeting regularly, planning their mic series and we can't wait to kick off! 

Adults are welcome to support (non profit donation accepted) but central Mass teens are invited to share their work. Open mic list is first come first serve, but we're committed to including as many voices as possible! 

Doors at 5:30. Free & open to the public. Light refreshments. Open mic starts at 6pm! 

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Jan
24
6:00 PM18:00

Jam Session with Silkroad Ensemble

Arts Transcending Borders at the College of the Holy Cross, in collaboration with the Silkroad Ensemble, invites community musicians with diverse musical and cultural traditions to participate in an evening of music making and cultural exchange with members of Silkroad.

Originally founded by renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma, Silkroad brings together a global collective of musicians who share their unique musical and cultural traditions. Likewise, participants are encouraged to bring a simple tune from their tradition to share with others.

This is a free event, and a reception will follow for participants and their families.

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Jan
22
5:30 PM17:30

Worcester Red Sox and Creative Community

Learn about the plans for the ball park and how to mix it up with the creative community. This event will be an opportunity for Worcester creatives to network with the Woo Sox and discuss possible collaborations in the future. Beyond baseball, the park will be used as a venue for a wide variety entertainment and cultural events.


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Jan
18
6:30 PM18:30

The Promise is Hope // New Years Concert

The Promise is Hope is delighted to play a concert in their hometown to celebrate a brand new year of great music Worcester friendship. They will be touring extensively through 2019, so we want to come together for a concert in one of Worcester's amazing new creative spaces and get this year off to a great start for the city & everyone’s hearts! The pair will be joined by special guest Jim Trick.

Doors will open at 6:30pm, music will begin at 7pm

$15 General Admission; advance tickets available on Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-promise-is-hope-new-year-kick-off-concert-with-jim-trick-tickets-52635180241.


// MUSICIAN LINKS //

The Promise is Hope
www.thepromiseishope.com

www.facebook.com/thepromiseishope

www.instagram.com/thepromiseishopemusic

Opening act: Jim Trick 

www.jimtrickmusic.com

www.facebook.com/jimtrickk



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Jan
14
6:30 PM18:30

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Hosted by Justine Rovezzi

Vinyasa Flow Yoga classes. Yoga classes are movement based and will be 75 minutes in length. These classes are tailored to a group setting for skill level from beginner to advanced participant. Participants are required to provide their own mats , blocks, and straps. Free and open to the public!

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Jan
12
6:00 PM18:00

Festival of the Octavitas

“Octavitas,” is a celebration that goes 8 days following Three Kings Day (January 6th). It’s an extension of the Christmas season in Puerto Rican culture where parrandas (caroling) and parties are still considered part of the holiday season. The Festival will showcase Puerto Rican Jibaro Music and tastes of traditional food items for the holidays.

Learn step by step how to make the traditional drink “coquito” (eggnog)

RSVP: escalaconsulting2018@gmail.com or call 508-410-6015 or 508-868-0657

Cost: $25.00

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Jan
7
6:30 PM18:30

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Hosted by Justine Rovezzi

Vinyasa Flow Yoga classes. Yoga classes are movement based and will be 75 minutes in length. These classes are tailored to a group setting for skill level from beginner to advanced participant. Participants are required to provide their own mats , blocks, and straps. Free and open to the public!

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Jan
7
9:30 AM09:30

Worcester On The Moon

Presented by: Worcester Historical Museum & EcoTarium

"One small step for man...one giant leap for mankind." - July 20, 1969

Fifty years later, how should Worcester celebrate the 50th anniversary of this historic realization of Robert Goddard's dream of putting a man on the moon?

The EcoTarium and Worcester Historical Museum invite you to join us at the Worcester PopUp on Monday, January 7, 2019 at 9:30 a.m. to share your dreams for a year of Goddard-inspired possibilities - from rocket launches to lectures, concerts to poetry slams, and more - to remind the world that "You can't get to the moon without Worcester".

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Jan
4
6:30 PM18:30

Baby Safe Haven New England

Similar to a "battle of the bands, but there has to always be an acoustic guitar, or a piano sounding keyboard, on stage at all times. Baby Safe Haven will also supply the backline and drums, which will be for a volume level to match the acoustic instruments. There will be two female vocalist, and two male vocalist fronted bands competing. The four performers fronting the bands at this show will all be Baby Safe Haven spokespeople.

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