Power Muzic Radio will not accept any more events to promote until further notice. This is primarily due to the New Guidelines as proposed by the State of CT as related to the Coronavirus. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

MARCH 2020

INFORMATION:

 

  • FEMA’s Youth Preparedness Council -now accepting applications, www.ready.gov

    • Each applicant must be a current 8th, 9th, 10th, or 11th-grade student who has either:  Participated in community activities; Served in a leadership role; Lived through a disaster and shared his or her experiences; and Participated in a preparedness activity or training related to emergency preparedness.

 

  • Applications, letters of recommendation, and supporting materials must be received by March 8, 2020,11:59 p.m. PST. Application materials must be submitted online or emailed to FEMA-Prepare@fema.dhs.gov.

 

 

10: Coffee with CLHO and CTHumanities

Rocky Hill Historical Society Academy Hall Museum

785 Old Main Street, Rocky Hill, CT 06067

​9:30 AM – 11 AM

Contact Information: clho.org/event

$$$: Free event with RSVP.  Registration on the CLHO website.

(Meet CLHO's new executive director, Dr. Amrys O. Williams, and hear the latest about what's happening at the League. Amrys will be joined by Scott Wands, Manager of Grants and Programs at CTHumanities, who will discuss current initiatives and upcoming grant opportunities.
Gather at the New Haven Museum for coffee and light refreshments, presentations, and a chance to learn, socialize, ask questions, and share your ideas and feedback with CLHO and CTHumanities.
This will be a great regional networking opportunity! We hope you'll join us.
2:00 coffee hour
2:30 presentations
3:00 conversation/Q&A

 

12: Coffee with CLHO and CTHumanities

New Haven Museum

114 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06510

2 PM – 3:30 PM

Contact Information: clho.org/event

$$$: Free event with RSVP.  Registration on the CLHO website.

(Meet CLHO's new executive director, Dr. Amrys O. Williams, and hear the latest about what's happening at the League. Amrys will be joined by Scott Wands, Manager of Grants and Programs at CTHumanities, who will discuss current initiatives and upcoming grant opportunities.
Gather at the New Haven Museum for coffee and light refreshments, presentations, and a chance to learn, socialize, ask questions, and share your ideas and feedback with CLHO and CTHumanities.
This will be a great regional networking opportunity! We hope you'll join us.
2:00 coffee hour
2:30 presentations
3:00 conversation/Q&A

(CANCELLED) 14: Greater Hartford Branch NAACP Membership & Life Membership Committee invites you to a Community Conversation about Criminal Justice Reform and Educational Issues Affecting Minority Communities 

Manchester Public Library (Wilton Branch)

100N Main Street, Manchester, CT

1:45 PM – 3:30PM

Contact Information – info@greaterhartfordnaacp.org

$$$: Free – Open to the Public

(Let’s continue the conversation on these important issues facing our people.)

 

14: First Town Downtown Inc. presents “A Taste of Windsor”

Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor Center.
261 Broad Street, Windsor, CT 06095

 6:30PM – 9 PM

Contact Information e-mail jane.garibay@ftdt.org or call 860-247-8982

$$$: Ticketed event

(The evening will be filled with a wide variety of appetizers and main dish samplings donated by Windsor's own unique restaurants. There will be lots of amazing food to try! Proceeds benefit First Town Downtown programs and events.

 

15: Silk and Sounds presents Voices in Harmony Women’s A cappella Chorus with Featured Guests Another Octave and the Sweetest Key

North Have High School

221 Elm Street, North Haven, CT 06473

2 PM – 4 PM

Contact Information: http://www.silknsounds.org

$$$: Ticketed event

(A festival experience with singers across different walks of life presenting a full palette of musical styles. Come melt away the winter blues with some jazzy, rockin’ tunes with Silk ‘n Sounds Women’s Chorus as they present Voices in Harmony, a concert with guest chorus Another Octave. The concert will include a lively variety of songs including pop, gospel, boogie, jazz, Broadway and barbershop tunes from classic to contemporary.)

 

(CANCELLED) 19: NAACP Entrepreneurial Mixer hosted by the Greater Hartford NAACP

SoulBaila

735 Wethersfield Avenue, Hartford, CT

5 PM — 7 PM

Contact Information – NAACP Branch at 860-253-2750

$$$: Free – Open to the Public

The Greater Hartford Branch of the NAACP's Economic Development Committee will host an Entrepreneurial Mixer on Thursday, March 19, 2020 at Soul Baila. This is a networking event for current and potential entrepreneurs and small business owners.

 

21: Women In Conversation 2 hosted by the Women Empowering Women Ministry

of Spottswood A.M.E. Zion Church

23 Crestwood Lane, New Britain, CT

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Contact Information - Spottswood A.M.E. Zion at 860-223-8554

$$$: Free 

21: Tribute to Santana hosted by The District Center for the Arts and Sacred Fire

Trinity on Main

69 Main Street New Britain, CT 06051

7:30 PM — 9:30 PM

Contact Information -trinityonmain.org, 860 229 2072

$$$: Ticketed Event, Free Parking

(Coming together with a love for Santana's music Sacred Fire mixes seasoned musicianship and live performance at the highest level. Sacred Fire is a blistering six-piece latin rock band that pulls out all the stops with songs spanning the entire 50 yr career of Carlos Santana. With a robust energy and spirit the band's sound and live performances full of Guitar, Organ, Percussion and vocals are completely mesmerizing !!!

 

21: CT Victims Against Violence - Think 2X Save a Life

Burns Latino Studies Academy

195 Putnam Street, Hartford, CT

1:00 – 4:30 pm

Target Grades are 8-12th Graders.  Doors Open at 1:00PM, Welcome Ceremony 1:45PM

Food, Drinks and Activities Included

Contact via Facebook: CT Victims Against Violence

$$$: Free Event

Time and time again we hear about young teens dying from car crashes due to reckless driving. Let’s bring awareness to the dangerous effects that
reckless driving can cause! If you have a teen that drives please send them to this community event so they can be educated to think twice!

 

21: Mental Health Pre-Screening Day

Hartford Public Library

500 Main Street, Hartford, CT

1:00 – 4:00 pm

Contact Infornation: mansonmike92@gmail.com

$$$: Free Event

Guest Speaker – Jada Blackwell, Love & Hip Hop, Music by DJ Craig G, Refreshments served.

Public announcement on Saturday March 21 2020 Manson Manor LLC Wheres Jerry & TJ Clarke II presents the third mental health pre screening day in 5 months !! We understand the importance of healthy mental health in our community. We understand the stigma that comes with this sensitive topic however that's why we our taking on this challenge head on and being Persistent and doing our due diligence to get the word out that Having healthy mental health is okay going to see a therapist is okay. Dealing with old trauma is okay. Going through Personality transformation is okay. Because at the end of The day we all we got!! we can change our community. Special shout-out to Craig Moore for taking out his time to DJ this event. Special shout to CT very own @jadablackwell from the hit show Loveandhiphop for being the guest speaker !! I am taking donations. If anyone wants to sponsor. You can inbox me or email me at mansonmike92@gmail.com

 

27: Elm City Freddy Fixer Parade Committee, Inc. presents the 4th Annual Gala 2020

The Omni Hotel, New Haven CT

155 Temple Street, New Haven, CT

5 PM — 11 PM

Contact Information -www.elmcityfreddyfixerparade.com

$$$: Ticketed Event

(we celebrate works of EXCELLENCE in the New England Region! CELEBRATE in the UPLIFT of our community!! African American Pride, Black Excellence!

 

28: SAVE THE DATE: Charter Oak State College Big 80’s Dinner Dance – Fundraiser to Empower Women by Supporting Their Continued Education

The Farmington Club

162 Town Farm Road, Farmington, CT

Register here:  https://www.charteroak.edu/foundation/events.php

$$$: Ticketed Event

(Come join us for the BIG 80’s Dinner Dance on Saturday, March 28, 2020, an annual fundraiser to Empower Women. It’s going to be a night of dancing, laughing, and networking. But most of all your attendance helps to support women who are going back to college and need a little extra help to get it done.

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