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Mar
7
Tue
Grant Circle/ Strategic Planning sessions for Fiscally Sponsored Projects @ Tupelo Honey Teas
Mar 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Grant Circle/ Strategic Planning sessions for Fiscally Sponsored Projects @ Tupelo Honey Teas | Millvale | Pennsylvania | United States

Come to our office hours to talk about your projects, hear from other project leaders and gain insight from NSR!

Mar
11
Sat
The RUFF Writers Workshop @ The Center in Bellevue
Mar 11 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

The RUFF Writers of New Sun Rising holds monthly workshops, March-November, to create children’s picture books as a classroom, after-school or home activity. At this event, turn simple family stories into children’s books with journalist Jane Miller & Hana Haatainen-Caye (who has sold 100 of her children’s books to iStoryBooks, including her popular Lincoln and Laura series). Cost: Donations.

May
6
Sat
Pittonkatonk May Day Brass BBQ & Potluck @ Vietnam Veteran’s Pavilion
May 6 @ 1:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Pittonkatonk is music without boundaries. Pittonkatonk is a grassroots initiative to connect people through music and to use music to promote fair & just relations between people & society. It is a place where the audience and musicians become one. Pittonkatonk is music in a public space that belongs to everyone, with no stage, no doors & no right way to express yourself. There is no admission fee, no corporate sponsors & nothing is for sale. It is a pot-luck event where participants bring food, drink, music, dancing & the desire to come together to celebrate what music & community really can be.

We connect local teens & adults with national & local musicians, activists & educators in order to empower them to use their love of performing music to engage the world around them. Our mission is to promote music performance as a means of achieving positive personal, social & political outcomes. To achieve this we have designed a series of workshops that engender purposeful music performance on a communal level, blurring the lines between performer and spectator, entertainment & activism.