Mark your calendar, bring your dancing shoes and enjoy the show!
Paul Courchaine is a live looping acoustic/vocalist. Active in the central mass area for years, you will hear vocals, guitars, bass and drums with nothing pre recorded. Come and hear unique arrangements of familiar tunes and enjoy this one man band!
Come enjoy the horns, organ and guitar of the nonstop fun and funky group that will have you dancing to the groove. The funk-tastic soul and R&B from the 1970s to today with fabulous vocalist Bruce Reed from Tornado Alley & Big Dawg.
3:15- 3:45 pm
Henry Lappen is a professional juggler. He has been seen by thousands up and down the East Coast - at theaters, schools, libraries and festivals. He has been performing for over 35 years. He studied physical comedy at California’s Dell’Arte School and continues his development with classes in tango and yoga. He is an active member of the International Jugglers Association.
FYI: Henry involves innocent bystanders in his act.
Henry the Juggler
Interboro Community Band
The Interboro Community Band is a volunteer adult community band that rehearses September- June and performs regularly in the Central Massachusetts area. The band plays a wide variety of concert band literature ranging from traditional classic concert band music to more contemporary and popular band arrangements. Membership is open to anyone interested in performing with the ensemble.
Lion dances are known to ward off negative energies and shower the audience with good luck and prosperity. The 10-minute performance will kick off Arts in Common and will be followed by some audience interaction and photo opportunities.
We and the Dawg
Bollywood Dance Lesson
Ekta Dance Academy regularly performs for cultural organizations with energetic group numbers and musical dance drama. Founder Ekta Jain has taught Bollywood dance to the community seniors at various centers. Students of the Academy take part in volunteer work, such as organizing free dance workshops through various partnerships with charity organizations. Students have an opportunity to let go of their stress and immerse themselves in the world of dance.
The WJO is comprised of some of New England's best big band players, featuring music from the big band era, including music from Duke Ellington and Count Basie