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  Kick off your Friday night in downtown Waterville with resident jazz ensemble, led by Jake Hickey. Stop in between 5 pm – 7 pm for music and community. Performer Bios: Jake Hickey is a jazz pianist, jazz organists, and composer. Jake holds a bachelor’s degree in music from Loyola University New Orleans. At Loyola…

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evening event at Greene Block and Studios view from outside with colorful lights inside

  Kick off your Friday night in downtown Waterville with resident jazz ensemble, led by Jake Hickey. Stop in between 5 pm – 7 pm for music and community. Performer Bios: Jake Hickey is a jazz pianist, jazz organists, and composer. Jake holds a bachelor’s degree in music from Loyola University New Orleans. At Loyola…

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evening event at Greene Block and Studios view from outside with colorful lights inside

  Kick off your Friday night in downtown Waterville with resident jazz ensemble, led by Jake Hickey. Stop in between 5 pm – 7 pm for music and community. Performer Bios: Jake Hickey is a jazz pianist, jazz organists, and composer. Jake holds a bachelor’s degree in music from Loyola University New Orleans. At Loyola…

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evening event at Greene Block and Studios view from outside with colorful lights inside

  Kick off Pride Month in Waterville! Featured performers, an open mic, and an all-ages dance party! Starting at 5 pm, join featured readers Arisa White and Stacey Tran for poetry and performance. Following the readings, Tyler French will host an open mic centering LGBTQ+ artists and poets until 6:30 pm. Bring a poem, song, or…

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Beets and Letters is a performance centered around food, grief, and community. During the performance, the artist will offer freshly steamed beets, homemade halva, fresh hot tea, and letters from a wheeled cart for guests’ consumption. Letters written by Iranian authors for lost loved ones will be performed for any individual who orders food. Golaleh…

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Through the spring semester, conceptual artist Natasha Marin worked with a cohort of artists, Terri Nwanma, Jess Xing, Maimouna Cherif, Kay Wesley, Anosacha Peete-Meyers, and Samah Mohamedzein, to collaboratively create an exhibition engaging the questions that shape her project, Black Imagination: What is your origin story? How do you heal yourself? Describe/imagine a world where…