Sunday Sep 24 @ 8:00 AM
WCM Flea Market at Fountain Park
Wilbraham Children's Museum – Come out and support us as WCM Hosts the Flea Market at Fountain Park. This fundraising event supports WCM's programs and playground. The $5 parking fee supports Fountain Park. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. Come and join the fun! Make sure you take the time to explore Community Row to check our the awesome groups and organizations right here in town! Registration is easy - simply click the link for our online store and fill out the form. You will be emailed a confirmation before the event with a lot #. Lots are assigned on a first register basis. Only one car per lot allowed. If you bring more than one vehicle, the extras must be parked in the lot. Click Here to register: www.http://www.wilbrahamchildrensmuseum.com/Flea-Market-at-Fountain-Park.html Vendor Set-up at 6:00 am - No Early Birds Please Gates Open at 8:00 am - 2:00 pm Vendor Spaces are 20ft x 15ft $30 each. $5 discount to WCM Members.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 1:00 PM
MtG PreRelease Ixalan Sunday Sealed Deck
That's Entertainment – Sunday, September 24th Seal Deck Tournament at 1:00 PM ($30.00 entry fee per player) We’ll begin pre-registration on Monday, September 18th. You must have a DCI card to sign up; if you do not have a DCI card, let us know and we’ll provide one for you. These Tournaments fill up fast (we can only squeeze so many people into the magic room). Register early to reserve your spot.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 1:00 PM
MathAltitude's Annual Open House!
MathAltitude – Come join us for MathAltitude's annual open house! MathAltitude is the first after-school and weekend math enrichment program offering comprehensive mathematical education for kindergarten to high school age students in Worcester, MA. We invite you to visit our school, meet our faculty, learn about our program, and play engaging math games! Free assessment tests will be offered. Great MathAptitude begins with MathAltitude!
Sunday Sep 24 @ 4:15 PM
FBCWoo Spiritual Retreat
The First Baptist Church, Worcester – A spiritual retreat led by Youngish Adults. We will car pool from the church at 4:15 and head to St. Joseph's Abbey in Spencer. Individually and collectively, we will practice solitude, reflection, silence, lectio divina, prayer, and discussion. We will end the retreat with the celebration of communion, and then we will head to dinner together. All are welcome, members or newcomers, friends, etc.
Monday Sep 25 @ 11:00 AM
Lunch & Learn w/Fairway Mortgage
Realtor Association of Central Massachusetts – RE47R05 Residential Mortgage Loan Market and Credit Today This course is designed to take the licensee through all of the dynamics of today's residential mortgage financing market including the important aspects of credit reports and credit scoring, the changing nature of the Primary mortgage loan market and the broad variety of lenders and products available to all.
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 11:00 AM
Voter Registration with the Amherst League of Women Voters
Amherst Survival Center – Come to the Amherst Survival Center and register to vote and stay for lunch! It's National Voter Registration Day and the Amherst League of Women Voters will be at the Amherst Survival Center to help register voters. Lunch is served 12pm-1pm. ALL ARE WELCOME.
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 7:00 PM
Yoga with Goats
Heifer Farm – At this yoga class designed for all levels you will be surrounded by our loveable goats! The class includes breathing techniques, yoga postures and guided meditation to ground yourself and connect to Mother Nature. To register call 508-886-5000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Admission: $20 per class Minimum Age 12
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 8:00 AM
Ask LOMAP at WNE School of Law
Western New England University School of Law – With our only two advisors based in downtown Boston, we understand that the lawyers and law students in the western part of the state need more opportunities for in-person consultations. Our friends at Western New England University School of Law are helping out by hosting a whole day of consultations on their campus. Sign up to coordinate a time here: http://masslomap.org/event/ask-lomap-western-new-england-law/
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 4:30 PM
5 Takes on African Art/ 42 Flags Exhibition Opening
University Museum of Contemporary Art – Join the University Museum of Contemporary Art in the opening of "5 Takes on African Art/ 42 Flags" exhibition drawn from Charles Derby's collection. The event will occur at the UMCA and Fine Arts Center lobby. The schedule is as follows: 4:30-6:00 p.m.: Special Performance by the Bamidele Dancers and Drummers on the Fine Arts Center Plaza 6:00 -7:00 p.m.: Panel Discussion with Charles Derby and the five curators in the Fine Arts Center Lobby
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 6:00 PM
WPI Greek Life – Get a chance to talk to each chapter on campus and see how Greek Life is Good! Register here: https://wpi.campuslabs.com/engage/submitter/form/start/139044
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 6:00 PM
“First Ladies of Resilience” with Jacqueline Berger
Old Sturbridge Village – One could state correctly that America’s First Ladies are iconic examples of resilience, courage and emotional agility. This has all been in the spotlight of media attention (even back in the day), against the backdrop of history in the making and largely behind the scenes. There is no greater test of one’s imagined reservoir of resilience than the unpredictability of the moment. An engaging and inspiring speaker, Jacqueline Berger invites us into the lives and times of these women with an insider’s familiarity, earning her a national reputation as “The First Ladies Lady.”
Thursday Sep 28 @ 12:00 PM
Lunch & Learn w/Prestige Mortgage
Realtor Association of Central Massachusetts – Virtual Assistants: Finding, Hiring, and Utilizing Virtual Assistants to Maximize Your Time and Profits.
Thursday Sep 28 @ 5:30 PM
Persist Worship & Prayer Night
MERCYhouse – Our first "Persist" event last month was a meaningful time of corporate worship and prayer where God revealed Himself to us as individuals and as a family. We want to remain persistent in our gathering to worship and pray and continue these meetings on the third Thursday of each month, beginning with the 28th of September. Let's cast vision and make persistent petition to the Lord for greater things to happen in the Valley. May we intercede together and let Him find us faithful! **Luke 18:1-8**
Thursday Sep 28 @ 5:30 PM
Fiber of Our Being Reception
Worcester Center for Crafts – Join the Northeast Feltmakers Guild at a stunning exhibition of works created through the feltmaking process. "As felters, we work the wool with every fiber of our being. There is a direct connection from our fingertips to our medium with no separation as with a paintbrush or a stick of charcoal. Does our process begin with the wool or from someplace within ourselves? Is it a physical manifestation of our thought process or the physical force used to harden and strengthen wool into a firm structure?" An Artist Talk by Joy Muller-McCoola at 6PM will explore those questions. Free. The exhibit is up through November 18. A closing reception is also planned for November 11, 3:00-4:30pm. Felted Sculptural Vessel Basics- Classic, Complex, Organic A workshop with Carol Ingram November 4: 10AM-5PM Cost: $140 (additional $25 materials fee paid separately to instructor in class) A several ways depending on the desired result. Discover the transformative qualities of felt to create a pleasing vessel while experimenting with surface texture, design and sculptural techniques. All levels welcome! Pre-registration Required | Please visit worcestercraftcenter.org
Thursday Sep 28 @ 6:00 PM
Paint your Pet: Multi-Pet Household edition
Worcester Animal Rescue League – If you’ve got more than one animal in your home or in your heart, this is the class for you. And it’s a fun way to benefit the Worcester Animal Rescue League. We’ll be painting multiple pets in a simple, easy style on an 8x10 canvas, following a step-by-step process built on a foundation of basic geometric shapes. Slightly different than our “Paint Your Pet” classes, this time we’ll be representing your finned, furry or feathered friends in a style that’s more like a cartoon. It will be easy and fun! No experience required and all supplies, as usual, will be provided. Just wear something sloppy to paint in and bring your sense of humor. IMPORTANT/PLEASE READ: Clicking the “Going” button on the Facebook event is a great way to drum up excitement, but it will not reserve your spot. **All questions and registrations must be done by email.** The cost is $35 (exact change / cash is strongly preferred for speedy check-in, paid the night of the event) and each class can accommodate only 10 people, so sign up ASAP at email@example.com with the word “Multi Pet” in the subject line. To help Jen help you, send a “head shot” of your pet no later than Friday, September 15.
Thursday Sep 28 @ 7:00 PM
Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson: An Astrophysicist Reads the Newspaper
The Hanover Theatre and Conservatory for the Performing Arts – The world looks different when you are scientifically literate. Explore with the speaker all that is funny, illuminating, and alarming about what appears in the world’s current events. Tickets are $49-$99 depending on seat location, with limited VIP seats at $250 including meet & greet. Discounts are available for members. Please contact the box office at 877.571.SHOW (7469) for more information.
Thursday Sep 28 - Sep 30 @ 7:00 PM
WPI Masque – Take a trip to Almost, Maine to see nine vignettes about falling in love, falling out of love, and sometimes just falling. Masque is so excited to present its first show of the year! Tickets are free to reserve here: http://users.wpi.edu/~theatre/reservation/kiosk/ Tickets can be claimed starting at 6:00 and doors will open at 6:30!
Friday Sep 29 @ 4:00 PM
Candy Physics with Little Bit Catapults
CC Lowell – Catapulting is one of The Learning Hub's favorite classes among students and rightfully so! On Friday, September 29h, Barnes & Nobles is teaming up with The Learning Hub to present Candy Physics with Little Bit catapults! In this class, students will learn about the science behind catapulting by creating individual catapults using Little Bit technology. As students engage in launching m&ms and gummy bears, they will understand the physics behind catapults, how they work and learn new Little Bit technology! Ages 7 to 12 encouraged. $20 per student To reserve your seat, please call: 508.757.7713 20 student max
Friday Sep 29 @ 7:00 PM
2017 Dance for Peace
YWCA Central Massachusetts – YWCA Central Massachusetts invites you and your team members for a night of great music, dancing and memories. What better way to raise money in support of the fearless work of the YWCA's Domestic Violence Services Programs? Dance for Peace is not only a fundraiser, it’s a friend-raiser and an awareness-raiser. This non-competitive, family-friendly event is open to all who want to participate. In addition to dancing, there will be special performances by local dance teams, dance instruction, and lots of other fun activities. Snacks and cash bar will be available. Get a group of family, friends, and co-workers together, and join us! Donations raised through the Dance for Peace provide vital funding to help develop local solutions to domestic violence and to provide services to victims of Domestic Violence, such as emergency shelter, counseling and court advocacy.
Saturday Sep 30 @ 9:00 AM
WCPA MOVING DAY!
Worcester County Poetry Association – We are moving to our new home at Sprinkler Factory on Harlow Street, and we need your help! Meet us at CubeSmart on 19 McKeon Rd at 9am to help us move! Bring your empty car and sunny attitude, Bring your teenagers, sweethearts, or friends in a helpful mood. We will provide drinks and snacks during the unload at Sprinkler Factory. Please join us for some necessary work, as well as the chance to be a part of WCPA history!