Join us for the grand re-opening of Safe Homes Worcester! After a long wait, we are proud to announce that Safe Homes Worcester will be returning in-person on July 7th, 2022! Join us for an arts and crafts activity in creating our own safe homes, and getting to know our team, and one another!
The Worcester Arts Council (WAC) receives an annual appropriation of state funds from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and makes these funds available to the community through its grant programs. WAC accepts grant applications for individuals and organizations, and is one of the few Local Cultural Councils (LCCs) in the Commonwealth to offer Fellowships on an annual basis.
Local artist, Adael Mejia teams up with long time friend Jayson Dominguez, to bring for the very first time a new form of theater, experience this 21st century operatic rhapsody told through examples of performance, and synesthesia in art. Relive the nostalgia through the eyes of an orphan being raised by his abuela. Adael named this play "Her Name Is America" after his grandmother America Cepeda.
Enjoy a Worcester Bravehearts baseball game with others from Open Sky on July 28th at 10:30am (gates open 9am)! This is a free opportunity for all Open Sky staff, individuals served and families, and includes admission to the game, lunch, a free hat, and opportunities for autographs with players.
Join the Burncoat Arts Center to learn Basic Mandala Dot painting technique on rock using homemade tools. The teacher will demonstrate the different size dotting tools and how to apply paint to the rock. Unleash your creativity by choosing your own colors and design or recreate the sample provided. Many people have found painting mandalas clears the mind. Come join the fun with this relaxing and meditative exercise. All materials provided.
YOU, Inc.'s Career Pathways Program offers free trainings leading to certification for well-paying jobs including nursing assistants, health care technicians, and IT specialists. To be eligible, students must be between the ages of 16-24, have completed a high school diploma or high school equivalency, show proof of eligible income/benefits, have reliable transportation, and pass a placement test