Snow updates for Feb 8

Last updated: 5:20pm (hopefully the last update for this storm)

Already sending snow updates again!  (But we won’t complain; this has been a great winter so far.)

For today’s activities:

  • The building and Cafe are open.  (Cafe will close at 6 pm.)
  • Knucklebones playspace is still happening, 9:30-11:30am
  • Morning Zumba class is happening.
  • Kids’ ballet class in the dance studio this afternoon is cancelled.
  • Evening zumba class is cancelled.
  • Symphony rehearsal is cancelled.
  • The Journeys in Sound concert featuring Yakir Arbib and Andria Nicodemou is cancelled.
  • Evening belly dance classes are cancelled

Note that the Tuesday morning Brown Bag program *will* happen as planned.

 

Snow updates for Feb 5

Last updated: 11:45 AM

  • The building and Cafe are open.
  • The Green Line Extension working group meeting is still on for 10am-noon.
  • Morning Zumba class is happening today.
  • Soba Yoga tonight will still happen.
  • The Journeys in Sound / Mierlita concert tonight is also going ahead.

That means all events today in the Hall, Cafe, Dance Studio, and Classroom are on… enjoy the snow, and see you soon!

 

A Few February Highlights

Tongue in Cheek: Unlucky in Love, Friday February 12, 7:30pm-9:30pm in the Cafe

Tongue in Cheek returns to the cafe for this cabaret-style show featuring songs celebrating bad choices,  bad luck, and bad karma.  The admission is FREE for this fun-filled event.  Reserve your spot here.

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I-Opener, Sunday, February 14, 10am-12pm in the Hall

Start your Valentine’s Day with yoga and movement!  I-Opener is a monthly dance event that allows participants to explore the space in a judgment-free zone.  This event is about the freedom of expression, enjoyment of music, and loving life.  It is drug and alcohol free.  Children are welcome!
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Us & Them: Boston, Saturday, February 20, 6:30pm-9pm in the Cafe
This reading series gives writers with parallel careers as literary translators a place where they can showcase both sides of their work. Featured readers include Pablo Medina, Jennifer Barber, Eleanor Goodman, and Sam Cha. The event is free and open to the public.
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The Arts Fuse’s First Annual Fusical, Friday, February 26, 6pm-10pm in the Hall
Join The Arts Fuse’s First Annual Fusical event to unite artists, writers, and enthusiasts!  There will be food, there will be drinks, there will be merriment, there will be a Silent Auction.  Come mix and mingle and enjoy.  Tickets are $45 for VIP and $25 for GA up until February 12 when the GA admission goes up to $35.  For other details and to get your tickets, click here.
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Artist Certification Initiative, Wednesday, February 3, 7pm-8:30pm
Calling All Artists:  the City of Somerville is launching a new Artist Certification Program to help provide artist living spaces at affordable rates.  Join us for this meeting and stay tuned for other meetings to come!  For more information about how to qualify, click here.
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Upcoming Markets
The Somerville Winter Farmers’ Market continues every Saturday thru the end of March from 9:30am-2:30pm….  Local is for Lovers Valentine’s Market will be in the Hall on Sunday, February 7 from 10am-3pm….The Somerville Flea‘s Indoor Winter Market will be in the Hall on Sunday, February 21from 10am-4pm. Support what’s local — support what’s unique.
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January at The Armory

A Winter Sing for Twelfth Night
Tuesday, January 5, 7:30pm-9pm

Join us for an evening of songs, stories, and celebration!  This annual event is full of good cheer and good company — feel free to sing along or to sit back and enjoy. Please RSVP to Anabel Graetz, ladysong5@gmail.com,   (617) 398-7464.  This event is free!
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Jeremiah Tall
Thursday, January 14, 7pm-10:30pm in the Cafe
Jeremiah Tall is bringing his one-man-show from Bucks County PA to the cafe!  A mixture of fiction and nonfiction, tall tales and triumphs, come witness the magic of a painted suitcase converted into a kick drum.  This is one folk rock show not to be missed.  Better still — it’s free!  Donations, of course, are much appreciated.
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Rewind Revelry & Film Social
Saturday, January 16, 6:30pm-10:30pm in the Hall
This time Boston Indie Mafia has teamed up with Good Natured Dog Productions for the inaugural event of 2016.  Come check out the wide array of regionally produced cinematic wonder, complete with Q&A, and rub elbows with directors, writers, actors, producers, and more!  Tickets are $8 and can be purchased in advance here.
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Soundproofing Benefit: Music of the Balkans
Saturday, January 29, 8pm-10pm
In 2016, we are moving our Soundproofing Benefit Series into the cafe for a more intimate, world music atmosphere.  Kicking things off is Gogofski performing Bulgarian traditional tunes, Serbian folk-pop, Macedonia village, and Bosnian sevdah.  Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door or in advance here. Can’t make it to the show but want to make a donation to help us soundproof the hall?  Donations can be made here.
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Winter Farmers Market

Saturdays through the end of March, 9:30am-2pm in the Hall

Join us for the freshest produce aisle in the city!  Every Saturday, you can pick up meats, cheeses, produce, and more — it’s free to attend and any purchases you make support local farms.  We call that a win/win.  See you Saturday!
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