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Jun
24
Sat
No More at the ballpark with the Erie Seawolves @ UPMC Park
Jun 24 @ 7:05 pm – 9:00 pm

NO MORE AT THE BALLPARK

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Crime Victim Center and SafeNet will partner once again come together to end Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault in Erie County with No More at the ballpark with the Erie Seawolves.

This year’s event is June 24th, 2017 at 7:05 pm, with the Seawolves playing against the Bowie Baysoxs.

Discount tickets available with Promo code “NOMORE”

We’re ready for an exciting ball game and a big Seawolves victory!

Please join us on June 24th at UPMC Park to cheer on the Erie Seawolves and support the Crime Victim Center.

 

NO MORE

Together we can end Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault

Jun
29
Thu
Mid Day Dance Break @ Perry Square
Jun 29 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Mid-Day DANCE Break! Perry Square • All Ages! Thursdays, 12noon-1pm • June 22nd through August 3rd Crime Victim Center (CVC) is pleased to again pair with Jennifer Dennehy to bring an interactive art series called “Mid-Day Dance Break” (MDDB) to downtown community this summer that will bring dance and art into people’s lives, providing a holistic viewpoint, and enriching the community with themes of empowerment and fun. Each week has an empowerment topic: Beauty from Within, Finding Strength, Self-Care, Self-Esteem, Growth, Standing Up: For Yourself and Others, Progressing Through Obstacles, and Community Connectedness. Sessions begin with a brief introduction to the theme followed by performance by either the Lake Effect Hoop Troop or a featured guest artist. Afterwards, attendees will be encouraged to join in a dance workshop. Participants will be given information about the artist, weekly theme, the project series as a whole, and CVC’s free services. MDDB will feature a weekly visual artist who will create a piece inspired by that session. The artist will be present, sketching, photographing, or working on the piece. At the project’s conclusion, this artwork will go on display and sale in gallery format at CVC, with proceeds split between the visual artist and this project’s revenue. Additionally, an established group of amateur artists who participate in CVC’s Creative Healing Group (CHG) will create art inspired by MDDB to join that of the gallery. At the end of the series, pieces of visual art created by local artists and inspired by these sessions will be hung at CVC in gallery format.  Have questions?  Contact Amy at CVC at amyb@cvcerie.org or 814-455-9414.

Check out Mid-Day Dance Break on FaceBook

Jul
6
Thu
Mid Day Dance Break @ Perry Square
Jul 6 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Mid-Day DANCE Break! Perry Square • All Ages! Thursdays, 12noon-1pm • June 22nd through August 3rd Crime Victim Center (CVC) is pleased to again pair with Jennifer Dennehy to bring an interactive art series called “Mid-Day Dance Break” (MDDB) to downtown community this summer that will bring dance and art into people’s lives, providing a holistic viewpoint, and enriching the community with themes of empowerment and fun. Each week has an empowerment topic: Beauty from Within, Finding Strength, Self-Care, Self-Esteem, Growth, Standing Up: For Yourself and Others, Progressing Through Obstacles, and Community Connectedness. Sessions begin with a brief introduction to the theme followed by performance by either the Lake Effect Hoop Troop or a featured guest artist. Afterwards, attendees will be encouraged to join in a dance workshop. Participants will be given information about the artist, weekly theme, the project series as a whole, and CVC’s free services. MDDB will feature a weekly visual artist who will create a piece inspired by that session. The artist will be present, sketching, photographing, or working on the piece. At the project’s conclusion, this artwork will go on display and sale in gallery format at CVC, with proceeds split between the visual artist and this project’s revenue. Additionally, an established group of amateur artists who participate in CVC’s Creative Healing Group (CHG) will create art inspired by MDDB to join that of the gallery. At the end of the series, pieces of visual art created by local artists and inspired by these sessions will be hung at CVC in gallery format.  Have questions?  Contact Amy at CVC at amyb@cvcerie.org or 814-455-9414.

Check out Mid-Day Dance Break on FaceBook

Jul
13
Thu
Mid Day Dance Break @ Perry Square
Jul 13 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Mid-Day DANCE Break! Perry Square • All Ages! Thursdays, 12noon-1pm • June 22nd through August 3rd Crime Victim Center (CVC) is pleased to again pair with Jennifer Dennehy to bring an interactive art series called “Mid-Day Dance Break” (MDDB) to downtown community this summer that will bring dance and art into people’s lives, providing a holistic viewpoint, and enriching the community with themes of empowerment and fun. Each week has an empowerment topic: Beauty from Within, Finding Strength, Self-Care, Self-Esteem, Growth, Standing Up: For Yourself and Others, Progressing Through Obstacles, and Community Connectedness. Sessions begin with a brief introduction to the theme followed by performance by either the Lake Effect Hoop Troop or a featured guest artist. Afterwards, attendees will be encouraged to join in a dance workshop. Participants will be given information about the artist, weekly theme, the project series as a whole, and CVC’s free services. MDDB will feature a weekly visual artist who will create a piece inspired by that session. The artist will be present, sketching, photographing, or working on the piece. At the project’s conclusion, this artwork will go on display and sale in gallery format at CVC, with proceeds split between the visual artist and this project’s revenue. Additionally, an established group of amateur artists who participate in CVC’s Creative Healing Group (CHG) will create art inspired by MDDB to join that of the gallery. At the end of the series, pieces of visual art created by local artists and inspired by these sessions will be hung at CVC in gallery format.  Have questions?  Contact Amy at CVC at amyb@cvcerie.org or 814-455-9414.

Check out Mid-Day Dance Break on FaceBook

Jul
20
Thu
Mid Day Dance Break @ Perry Square
Jul 20 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Mid-Day DANCE Break! Perry Square • All Ages! Thursdays, 12noon-1pm • June 22nd through August 3rd Crime Victim Center (CVC) is pleased to again pair with Jennifer Dennehy to bring an interactive art series called “Mid-Day Dance Break” (MDDB) to downtown community this summer that will bring dance and art into people’s lives, providing a holistic viewpoint, and enriching the community with themes of empowerment and fun. Each week has an empowerment topic: Beauty from Within, Finding Strength, Self-Care, Self-Esteem, Growth, Standing Up: For Yourself and Others, Progressing Through Obstacles, and Community Connectedness. Sessions begin with a brief introduction to the theme followed by performance by either the Lake Effect Hoop Troop or a featured guest artist. Afterwards, attendees will be encouraged to join in a dance workshop. Participants will be given information about the artist, weekly theme, the project series as a whole, and CVC’s free services. MDDB will feature a weekly visual artist who will create a piece inspired by that session. The artist will be present, sketching, photographing, or working on the piece. At the project’s conclusion, this artwork will go on display and sale in gallery format at CVC, with proceeds split between the visual artist and this project’s revenue. Additionally, an established group of amateur artists who participate in CVC’s Creative Healing Group (CHG) will create art inspired by MDDB to join that of the gallery. At the end of the series, pieces of visual art created by local artists and inspired by these sessions will be hung at CVC in gallery format.  Have questions?  Contact Amy at CVC at amyb@cvcerie.org or 814-455-9414.

Check out Mid-Day Dance Break on FaceBook

Jul
27
Thu
Mid Day Dance Break @ Perry Square
Jul 27 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Mid-Day DANCE Break! Perry Square • All Ages! Thursdays, 12noon-1pm • June 22nd through August 3rd Crime Victim Center (CVC) is pleased to again pair with Jennifer Dennehy to bring an interactive art series called “Mid-Day Dance Break” (MDDB) to downtown community this summer that will bring dance and art into people’s lives, providing a holistic viewpoint, and enriching the community with themes of empowerment and fun. Each week has an empowerment topic: Beauty from Within, Finding Strength, Self-Care, Self-Esteem, Growth, Standing Up: For Yourself and Others, Progressing Through Obstacles, and Community Connectedness. Sessions begin with a brief introduction to the theme followed by performance by either the Lake Effect Hoop Troop or a featured guest artist. Afterwards, attendees will be encouraged to join in a dance workshop. Participants will be given information about the artist, weekly theme, the project series as a whole, and CVC’s free services. MDDB will feature a weekly visual artist who will create a piece inspired by that session. The artist will be present, sketching, photographing, or working on the piece. At the project’s conclusion, this artwork will go on display and sale in gallery format at CVC, with proceeds split between the visual artist and this project’s revenue. Additionally, an established group of amateur artists who participate in CVC’s Creative Healing Group (CHG) will create art inspired by MDDB to join that of the gallery. At the end of the series, pieces of visual art created by local artists and inspired by these sessions will be hung at CVC in gallery format.  Have questions?  Contact Amy at CVC at amyb@cvcerie.org or 814-455-9414.

Check out Mid-Day Dance Break on FaceBook