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2017-2018 Schedule

1October 14, 2017Mamma's Marmalade

Mamma's Marmalade's website
1794 Meetinghouse

1794 Meetinghouse's website
2November 4, 2017Shakazoba

Shakazoba's website
Friends of the Orange Public Library

Friends of the Orange Public Library's website
3December 2, 2017Shalom Habibi
Shalom means "peace" in Hebrew and Habibi translates "sweetheart" from Arabic. Music transcends differences of language and culture to bring people together in celebration. Kick off the holiday season with traditional Arabic and Jewish music...and Belly Dance!

Shalom Habibi's website
Friends of MN Spear Public Library

Friends of MN Spear Public Library's website
4January 13, 2018Do It Now
Paul Richmond, John Sheldon, and Tony Vacca - "I just experienced one of the most exciting musical events of my life! Yes, it was that good! Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant!! John Isaac Sheldon, Paul Richmond, and Tony Vacca, I feel like you created a new art form, broad and inclusive enough and also searing and incisive enough to capture and express the complexities, contradictions, absurdities, and passion of these times." Paul Kaufman
Wendell Full Moon Coffeehouse

Wendell Full Moon Coffeehouse's website
5February 3, 2018Tom Filiault
Seeds of Solidarity
Seeds of Solidarity Education Center is a non-profit organization in Orange, MA that ‘awakens the power of youth, schools, and families to Grow Food Everywhere to transform hunger to health, and create resilient lives and communities.

Seeds of Solidarity's website
6March 3, 2018Viva Quetzal
Community Network for Children
The Community Network for Children Program supports families by acting as a hub to provide information, support, literacy opportunities, and family engagement programs within the communities of Erving, Leverett, New Salem, Wendell, and Shutesbury. Come take part in our programs and play, read, and meet up with new and old friends. It takes a village to raise a child!

Community Network for Children's website
7March 31, 2018Gas Light Tinkers
Friends of Wendell Free Library
Rosie Heidcamp rheidkam@cwmars.org

Friends of Wendell Free Library's website
8April 28, 2018I Anbassa Movement
I Anbassa Movement delivers high energy, original World Reggae, grounded in Rastafari roots music, laced with rock, funk and afrobeat. I Anbassa's lyrics promote self-awareness, consciousness, positivity, and above all, Jah love. The group is performing in the valley at Wendell reggae fest in July and Charlemont Reggae Fest in August 2018.

I Anbassa Movement 's website
Orange Revitalization Partnership
Orange Revitalization Partnership

Orange Revitalization Partnership's website
9May 19, 2018Carrie Ferguson

Carrie Ferguson's website
Deer Paths

Deer Paths's website