Calendar of Events

The following are women related events in the area including ones not sponsored by WWHP.  WWHP sponsored events are indicated by our logo.

Ongoing Events

Restorative Yoga
Tuesdays, 5/1/2018 - 12/18/2018 10:00 AM-11:00 AM
Leominster Veteran Center, 100 West Street, Leominster, MA - Free for patients, survivors and caregivers
Restorative yoga for Breast Cancer patients, survivors and their families/caregivers
Sponsored by: Pinkhippy.org
For more information, e-mail info@pinkhippy.org or call 508-987-3310.

Restorative Yoga
Wednesdays, 5/2/2018 - 12/19/2018 10:00 AM-11:00 AM
Saint Vincent Cancer & Wellness Center, 1 Eaton Place, Worcester, MA - Free for patients, survivors and caregivers
Restorative yoga for Breast Cancer patients, survivors and their families/caregivers
Sponsored by: Pinkhippy.org
For more information, e-mail info@pinkhippy.org or call 508-987-3310.

Restorative Yoga
Saturdays, 5/5/2018 - 12/15/2018 8:15 AM-9:15 AM
Oxford Community Center, 4 Maple Road, Oxford, MA - Free for patients, survivors and caregivers
Restorative yoga for Breast Cancer patients, survivors and their families/caregivers
For more information, e-mail info@pinkhippy.org or call 508-987-3310.

September 2018

Sharon Healy-Yang Author / Professor Reads, Speaks, Signs
Saturday, 9/22/2018 1:00 PM-3:00 PM
Annie's Book Stop, 65 James Street, Worcester, MA - Free!
Spring 1945: WWII may be crashing to a close but Jessica and Liz Mintons hopes for the future are short-lived as they become trapped in a world of intrigue and murder. Jessicas beloved is missing in action in Europe, leaving her to save herself and the ones she loves from a dark past of false identities, stolen jade, and murder. Jessica and Liz have their work cut out for them. A family friends lost honor, a frame-up, and a predatory socialite with underworld connections are only a few things they must deal with while avoiding dogged detectives and an FBI agent from Jessicas past with his own secrets. Its enough to make Dusty the cats fur stand on end!

Sharon Healy-Yang is passionate about mysteries from the golden age, whether in a book or on screen. Her fascination with mysteries and the 1940s drives her pleasure in crafting novels that recapture the wit, adenture, and suspense of the era. Known on the campus where she teaches as the lady with the 1940s hats, she has the great fortune to combine her love of literature and film in courses aimed to enkindle that same excitement in her students. Healy-Yang lives in Massachusetts with her husband two cats and an enormous collection of vintage films.
For more information, e-mail anniesbookstopworcester@gmail.com or call 508-796-5613.

Women's Welding 101 with Amanda Barker
Saturday, 9/22/2018 1:00 PM-5:00 PM
The WorcShop, 243 Stafford Street, Worcester, MA - $70 Members / $80 Non-Members
Have you wanted to learn to weld, but felt intimidated by the all-too-common bearded or otherwise male-identifying instructor? I am excited to offer this first-ever course for female-identifying folks at the WorcShop for women (transgender, gender flux, androgynous welcomed) who want to learn the basics of MIG welding, as well as some basic fabrication essentials, including how to operate important power and shop tools that will assist students in making their own project (TBD) out of steel.

Minimum Enrollment: 2 / Maximum Enrollment: 6
If the class does not meet minimum enrollment 3 days prior it will be canceled.

Students will have the option of transferring their ticket to another class or receiving a refund.
Please provide us with BOTH A CONTACT NUMBER & EMAIL to ensure you are properly notified of course changes.

HOW TO FIND US! Turn in at the Blue Hive parking lot (233 Stafford St.) drive to the back of the lot and turn right to go behind the building. There will be a large garage door. The entrance to the WorcShop is the door on the right with the blue awning.
Sponsored by: Eternity Ironworks
For more information, e-mail theworcshop@gmail.com.

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