Women’s Works Craft Fair at UMass Lowell December 2nd

University of Massachusetts Lowell

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Thursday, December 2, 2010
2:00 – 8:00 p.m.
UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center
50 Warren Street, Lowell MA

UMass Lowell’s Center for Women & Work hosts Women’s Works: A Celebration of the Creativity of Women. This event will be part craft fair, part art show, part performance art, and large part fundraiser for CWW. Come find unique art work and handcrafts – all created by UMass Lowell women and other talented regional artists.  Begin your holiday shopping and enjoy musical performances by UMass women! Entrance is free & everyone is welcome! Special Donor Pass $5 ($1 for students)

Location: UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center, 50 Warren St., Lowell
Darcie Boyer at 978-934-4380 or cww@uml.edu

2 Responses to Women’s Works Craft Fair at UMass Lowell December 2nd

  1. Paula McCarron says:

    Interesting to see the post regarding the woman who pleads with her father for her desire to go to Lowell to secure employment along with this posting about the upcoming Women’s Works event. Work – such a central activity whether by neccessity for the basics of life or for creative expression. Thanks for posting both of these “work” items.

  2. pletcermwy says:

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