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Students Reflect on MLK Jr.: 2016 Art Contest Winners
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, 1/12/2016 - 2/27/2016 10:00 AM-4:00 PM
Worcester Historical Museum, Rockwell Gallery, 30 Elm Street, Worcester, MA - $5 adults; under 18 free; free to members
An exhibit of the county-wide student entries into the annual MLK Jr. art contest sponsored by the MLK Community Breakfast & Black History Month Committee
For more information, e-mail info@worcesterhistory.net.

February 2016

Arms and Armor: Onna-Bugeisha: Women of the Samurai
Sunday, 2/14/2016 11:30 AM-12:30 PM
Worcester Art Museum, Conference Room, 55 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA - Free with Museum admission
The official title of a Samurai's wife was, "The One who Remains in the Home", but what did these women really do while the men were away? From warriors to poets, manning catapults to writing laws, no two lives are quite the same. Come and learn the stories of a few outstanding women from the age of Samurai! (Programming subject to change)
For more information, e-mail information@worcesterart.org.

YPWA's Girls Night on the Slopes
Friday, 2/26/2016 4:00 PM-10:00 PM
Wachusett Mountain Ski Area, 499 Mountain Road, Princeton, MA - Depends on selected package - discounts on lift tickets, lessons and rentals available.
a Girls Night on the Slopes at Wachusett Mountain. Havent skied before? Lessons and rentals will be available for the evening!
No interested in skiing? Join us for some Apres-ski in the Coppertop Lounge There will be drinks, live music and complimentary food while we enjoy the roaring fire in the lodge.
Lift tickets are available at a discounted rate of $42, Rentals for $26 and their learn to turn package which includes a lesson, rental and lift ticket for $70.

When you RSVP  Please let us know if you would like a lift ticket, rental or lesson (or just want to join us for the evening in the Coppertop lounge) A waiver is also required to participate.

Well also be raffling off a free lift ticket to use that evening to some one who RSVPs!
Join us anytime from 4pm  10pm at Wachusett Mountain.
RSVP by February 19 at YPWAWorcester@gmail.com

Sponsored by: YPWA Worcester
For more information, e-mail YPWAWorcester@gmail.com.

March 2016

Trauma-Sensitive Yoga for Women
Tuesdays, 3/8/2016 - 4/12/2016 6:00 PM-7:00 PM
Enlightened Interventions, LLC, 51 Union Street, Suite 222, Worcester, MA - $75 for series
This healing Trauma-Sensitive yoga class series is for any woman who has experienced trauma or any of the following: Anxiety, Depression, Stress, PTSD, and Grief.

The objectives of Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TSY) classes are to help participants feel comfortable in their bodies, to learn self-regulation skills, and to improve their ability to direct attention away from ruminative thought processes. Trauma-sensitive yoga is a way for us to safely experiment with having a body. Through yoga we can experiment with: Breathing, Moving, Strengthening, Stretching, and Resting.

The classes are set up so that students are in control over what they are doing with their body at all times and the teacher is there to provide safe, professional guidance to help facilitate healing.

This is a gentle yoga class and no yoga experience is necessary.

Sponsored by: Enlightened Interventions, LLC
For more information, e-mail enlightenedinterventions@gmail.com.

Dorothy Day: A Saint for Today
Tuesday, 3/15/2016 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
College of the Holy Cross: Smith Hall, Rehm Library, 1 College Street, Worcester, MA - Free and open to the public.
Robert Ellsberg, editor in chief and publisher of Orbis Books, discusses the life and legacy of Dorothy Day, founder of the Catholic Worker movement and cited as one of four "great Americans" by Pope Francis during his address to Congress. From 1976 to 1978, Ellsberg was the managing editor of The Catholic Worker, where he served alongside Day.
For more information, e-mail crec@holycross.edu or call 508-793-3869.

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