SATURDAY, March 23
10:30am. Own Wormser of the planter committee will give a slide show update about our downtown planters and the 800 bulbs and perennials that have been planted in the last 3 years! Greenfield Savings Bank, Community Room. Snacks provided by GSB.
11:30-2:30pmpm, Meet on Avenue A to sweep sand and pick up debris from Avenue A and Third Streets. Bring rakes and especially push brooms!
SUNDAY, March 24
It is spring cleaning time and the Shea needs your help! Calling all Shea members, friends, and lovers of the Shea for a big purging party with a community potluck and free show by local legends Fancy Trash to celebrate our success!
Here's the Plan:
1. Everyone arrives at 3:30pm and meets in the front lobby.
Facilitated by the illustrious Linda Tardif and some incredible board members, we will divide and conquer to clean up the Shea. Who knows what kind of interesting things we will unearth in it's mysterious chambers. LET'S FILL THE DUMPSTER!
2. At 5:30pm we will break for a community potluck! Please RSVP to the event with the dish you're bringing so everyone has an idea of what's on the menu. We will set up a big table on the "dance floor" of the theater and we can all eat and be merry!
3. At 6:30pm, our fierce folk rocker friends in Fancy Trash will be playing a *FREE* set and we will be pouring beer and wine for sale at the bar!
Fancy Trash works the line between rock and folk, blending a non-traditional sensibility with the tradition of acoustic instruments to make something unique. Folk-tinged indie rock. Don’t let the acoustic instruments fool you, Fancy Trash is a rock band. Dave Houghton (vocals, guitars), Paul Kochanski (upright bass) and Jason Smith (drums) explore new ways to bring out the folk for the anti-folk.