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Stone Soup Anniversary Party

Join us for a celebration of Stone Soup’s 9th anniversary! Reconnect with friends and enjoy good music and good food. Bring a dish if you can to share, but more importantly, bring yourself!

6pm, Saturday
December 5th, 2015
4 King St, Worcester

  • Music!
  • Kids Songs!
  • Food!
  • Meet member groups!
  • Tours (of greenhouse too)!
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Help us build the Aquaponics Greenhouse!

We’ve broken ground and are planning to #BuildAGreenhouse behind our community center at 4 King Street, but need your help at a volunteer work day (contact us for info) or by donating online here.

Out of These Ashes We Rise

Watch the 5 minute video… OUR STORY!

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Performance Arts Workshop

Production of a 14th Century Japanese Folk Play, Thunder-god – who falls from heaven – with a climate change modern adaptation!
Saturdays 5-7pm
(drop in any week starting now!)
at the LaGrange St Studio (Call for more info: 508-755-5830)
Ages 15

Ages 15+

CD Release Party / Fundraising Concert

Saturday, April 25th, 2015
6pm at Stone Soup, 4 King St, Worcester, MA

CD Release of Matt Feinstein’s new album, Songs of Liberation and Love.
Performers: Matt Feinstein, Julius Jones, Sergio Castillo, Lucelia de Jesus, Joe Corazzini

Food and refreshments included.

Tickets (Suggested donation $20 – proceeds go to 3rd floor reconstruction and greenhouse) can be purchased here:


King St Block Party 2014!

An 8th annual success!

Sunday the 24th from 3:30-7:30 to celebrate the King St. neighborhood at our annual block party.

Performers included:
4 Elements –
Fernanda Alves Pereira –
Evan Greer –
Lucelia DeJesus of Tertulia Julia de Burgos

There was free food, kids activities, and lots of fun. See old friends.

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Dismantling Racism Training

A 40-hour workshop starting March, 2014 at Stone Soup, 4 King St, Worcester, MA 01610.

Frequently Asked Questions

*Storytelling based on our own life experience
*A look at personal, institutional, and cultural racism
*A history of the race construct
*Addressing white privilege
*Internalized racial superiority and inferiority
*People of color and white caucusing
*Moving from analysis to action
Cost: $0 – $250 based on your ability to pay (reduced rates for groups of 3+)

Register HERE (English) by 5pm April 4th, 2014
Inscribirse AQUI (Español) antes de 5pm el 4 de abril, 2014


Capacitación “Desmantelamiento del Racismo”
Un taller de 40 horas. A partir de marzo de 2014 en Stone Soup, 4 King St, Worcester, MA 01610.

* Narración de Historias basadas en nuestra propia experiencia de vida
* Un vistazo al racismo personal, institucional y cultural
* La historia de la construcción de la raza
* Desifrando el privilegio blanco
* Internalización de Superioridad Inferioridad racial
* Las personas de color y caucasismo blanco
* Pasar de análisis a la acción
* Visionar

Costo: $ 0 – $ 250 basado en su capacidad de pagar (tarifas reducidas para grupos de 3 +)

Copatrocinio de: Coalición de Inmigrantes de Worcester, Stone Soup, Servicios de Consultoría ACCESS, Projecto Raices Worcester, Y La Alianza de Economía Solidaria Verde (SAGE) MAS INFO: ~ 508-322-8277


Time Trade Circle and Stone Soup

Time trade Circle knock on Stone Soups door.

Stone Soup General meeting decided that Stone Soup and Time Trade Circle should work together.



CONTACT: Curtis Falzoi, Time Trade Circle, 310-980-2644,

What: Time Trade Orientation at Stone Soup in Worcester

When: Saturday, March 15, 2014 at 4pm

Where: Stone Soup, 4 King Street, Worcester, MA 01610

Worcester, MA – On Saturday, March 15, 2014 at 4pm, The Time Trade Circle, Massachusetts’ Time Bank, will be holding on orientation open to the general public to learn more about time banking and register for the Time Trade Circle. The location of the orientation is Stone Soup, 4 King Street in Worcester.

The Time Trade Circle is a local bank – but keeps track of time instead of money. The idea is simple: I earn a time credit by doing something for you. It doesn’t matter what that “something” is. You turnaround and earn a time credit doing something for someone else. For example, an hour of gardening equals an hour of child-care equals an hour of dentistry equals an hour of home repair equals an hour of teaching someone to play chess. All people’s time are valued equally, regardless of color, gender, level of education, or geographic location.

TimeBanking builds on the magic of “pay it forward,” one good turn leading to another and another and another. Through pay-it-forward, TimeBanking joins unused resources in a community to needs that are not being met.

Time banking is the brain-child of University of the District of Columbia law professor Edgar Cahn. “From probably caveman days, there was always an invisible core economy of home, family, neighborhood, and community. Families grew up. Neighborhoods were safe. Seniors were taken care of. We’ve seen that erode. That core economy was subsidized by the labor of women and the exploitation of minorities and immigrants. We have to find a way to honor and give economic value to the universal capacities to care, to love, to help.”

Unlike the monetary economy, which values a doctor’s time more than a day-care worker’s, in time banks the lawyer’s hour equals the same time dollar as the laborer’s. Unlike a barter economy of traded favors – the auto mechanic tunes up the car of the plumber who then fixes the mechanic’s leaky sink – time bank members pay it forward. Unlike a traditional bank, time banks regularly schedule social events and, in more diverse communities, build bridges across racial and ethnic divides.

Anyone can become a member of the Time Trade Circle. Individuals, groups, organizations, government agencies, churches, businesses; they all can become members, and contribute time, energies, skills and resources.

To join, one must:

  • attend an orientation meeting

  • create an account on the Time Trade Circle website

Since 2007, The Time Trade Circle has steadily grown in number, hours traded, and geographic scope. Originally centered around the community of Cambridge, MA, the Time Trade Circle now includes over 900 members throughout the state of Massachusetts, including Worcester, Boston metro area, South Shore, North Shore, and Western Massachusetts.

See more about the Time Trade Circle and “time banking” in general at and

Stone Soup,, the host of the orientation, is a volunteer run organization that brings together various Worcester leadership development and organizing groups doing social, environmental and economic justice work in the city of Worcester MA.


Spreadin' Rhythm Around Benefit Show

Friday, January 3rd, 2014
8:30pm – 12 midnight
at Raymundo’s Restaurant
in City Lights Sports Bar & Grill 395 Grafton St
MA, 01604

Rising from the Ashes (both Stone Soup and Pupuseria!)
Dancing, Food & Drinks
Live music featuring:
Spreadin’ Rhythm Around
the new Harlem Swing Trio featuring
Nat Needle on stride piano & vocals Camille Collins Lovell on violin & vocals
& Jamie Butrym on upright bass & vocals!

$10 Suggested donation benefits Stone Soup Community Center’s fire rebuild.
Food purchased benefits Raymundo’s Restaurant’s (formerly Pupusería la Salvadoreña) re-opening after the fire.

Printable Flyer (PDF)

Rebuilding Complete!

Just the 3rd floor remains!

Stone Soup Ribbon Cutting on Dec. 3rd was a success! First round of pictures HERE
Re-Opening Celebration Was also a success! (Friday, March 21st)
Watch videos from the event here:

Please help us find things on our WISH LIST.

CALL TO ACTION: Come help get Stone Soup through the REBUILD FINISH LINE!
Volunteer Work Days (no special skills needed, plasterers especially welcome) – contact us to find out dates/times.


  • Carpenters Local 107 & New England Carpenters Training Center
  • YouthBuild Boston, Mass YouthBuild Coalition, YouthBuild Lawrence, YouthBuild Worcester, YouthBuild Brockton, and YouthBuild New Bedford
  • Mass YouthBuild Coalition
  • Shriver Job Corps, Westover Job Corps, and Grafton Job Corps
  • Worcester Common Ground
  • Plumbers and Pipe-fitters UA Local 4
  • Painters Union Local 48
  • Cooperative Fund of New England
  • Equity Trust
  • Co-op Power
  • Rebuilding Together Worcester
  • Maple Street Architects

King Street Block Party 2013!



Saturday, September 21st, 2013
3-7pm on King St in front of Stone Soup

  • Hundreds of people came, ate, danced, connected.
  • Dozens of people took tours of the almost-finished building.
  • Over 20 people performed and spoke.
  • 10 giant puppets roamed the crowds.

People’s Party Productions – awesome sound stage!
Future Focus Media Co-op – video / photos
Evan Greer
Dismas Family Farm
Bristol Studios
Butterside Down
Nuestro Huerto
Good Orning
The Shop
Atelier Legrange
The Woo
Collective A Go-Go
Plar Beverages for seltzer
Big Y, Price Chopper, Shaws for gift cards

  • Great music and performances!
  • Tours of the close-to-complete building!
  • Food and kids activities!
  • Network with community groups, activists and artists!

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