jujartu is a feel good arts fest that aims to spread good juju in the world by benefiting our nonprofit partners through innovative programming. We’ll be bringing a wide range of music and fine artists together to perform and share their creative gifts with festival attendees on 8/13/16 from 12-4 at Arts at the Armory in Somerville, MA .
Monies raised from this year’s fest will be directed towards a pilot intermodal arts program with the Spina Bifida Association of Greater New England, benefiting kids and teens with physical disabilities.
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Tickets will be available at the door for $25 (CASH ONLY).
We are always looking for ways to grow our community arts programming and YOU can help! We are on a quest to raise $50,000 to soundproof the performance hall which would open up a whole new realm of possibilities for us by increasing the diversity in the kinds of shows and events we can host. Interested in joining us to make that dream a reality? All you have to do is make a tax-deductible donation and then we’ll do the rest! Click here to make a difference to the local arts community.
The Armory is pleased to be hosting this annual event for the Boys and Girls Club of Middlesex County. Live music, food, drinks, a silent auction, and a raffle await you. For more info and to purchase your ticket whose proceeds benefit this essential organization, click here.
Mommybites Ultimate Mom’s Night Out
Thursday, May 5th, 6:30pm-8:30pm in the Hall
Moms, we’re talking to you — this is your week! While Sunday, May 8th may be the day you spend with your family, let this be the night you spend out. Meet, mingle, and unwind with other moms and moms-to-be, learn about local products and services, and, of course, eat, drink, and be merry. Entertainment will be provided by Boston Comedy Chicks and the special guest speaker will be mommy blogger Kristin Quinn. 25% of the ticket fee will benefit Horizons for Homeless Children — purchase yours here.
Cupcake Reception — Kids’ Art Show
Saturday, May 7th, 12pm-2pm in the Cafe
Join us for a reception honoring the junior artists in our midst. Their art has adorned the walls in the cafe for the last few weeks as part of Somerville Open Studios. Please come check out their work and enjoy a cupcake or two while you’re at it!
The Haha Mama Mother’s Day Comedy Show
Sunday, May 8th, 3pm-4:30pm and 7pm-8:30pm in the Hall
Brunch is cliche, spas are expensive, and laughter saves the day every time. Check out this hilarious lineup of mom-comics, hosted by Robin Maxfield featuring headliner Jane Condon along with appearances by Erika Welch, Ashley Gavin, Andrea Henry, Srilatha Rajamani, and L. Michelle. Get your tickets here!
RISK! Live Show & Podcast
Sunday, May 15th, 7:30pm-9:30pm in the Hall
RISK! is a podcast where personal stories become public. Host Kevin Allison of the comedy troupe The State coaxes the intimate, heartwarming, shocking, and, of course, hilarious life-moments out of his guests (who have included the likes of Kevin Nealon, Rachel Dratch, Marc Maron, and more) only to be downloaded and enjoyed by his million-plus listeners. The theme for the night: Respect. Guests TBD. Get your ticket here.
Subject:Matter Presents Some Pulp
Wednesday, May 25th, 7pm and Thursday, May 26th, 8pm in the Hall
Some Pulp is a swing dance/tap dance collaboration between Big Band composer Steve Bass and dancer/choreographer Ian Berg. Get excited for these back to back evenings of all-new music and dance that pays homage to its genre forefathers. Reserve your spot here.
Saturday, May 28th, 7:30pm-10pm in the Cafe
Flutist Nicole Rabata, fiddler Ellery Klein, and Bethany Waikman on guitar make up this fabulous group of musicians specializing in the art of traditional Irish tunes. Sit back, relax, and enjoy their Boston-area debut performance, part of the notloB concert series. To reserve your space, click here.
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