The Stone Soup Computer Lab is now open!
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, 2-4pm, and Fridays 3-5pm. Email us for additional events and gaming nights.
What else Stone Soup Offers (concretely): Our 40 person event space is equipped with video conference capabilities, projector and sound system. Contact a Stone Soup member group to book the space. […]
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.
Time trade Circle knock on Stone Soups door.
Stone Soup General meeting decided that Stone Soup and Time Trade Circle should work together.
TIME TRADE CIRCLE
CONTACT: Curtis Falzoi, Time Trade Circle, 310-980-2644, firstname.lastname@example.org
What: Time Trade Orientation at Stone Soup in Worcester
When: Saturday, March 15, 2014 at […]
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 […]
Within a week of the 3rd anniversary of the fire… Stone Soup has begun to rebuild at 4 King Street! […]
Stone Soup is embarking on a green rebuild of 4 King Street after a major electrical fire in March 2009. The repairs will be significant, including the demolition and reconstruction of the rear wing, comprehensive energy retrofit weatherization work, electrical and heating system updates, a sprinkler system and wheelchair accessibility improvements.
We will not only […]
Winners of 2010 Stone Soup Awards
Congratulations Jen Burt, Lucelia De Jesus, Judy Diamondstone and Clifford Reiss for your well-earned awards!
ANNIVERSARY FIESTA Stone Soup Celebrates 4 years and Starting to Rebuild
Saturday, December 4th, 2010 5:00-9:00pm at the Woo 911 Main St, Worcester
FEATURING… MURGA LA QUE TE DIJE (See what murga […]
Over 30 people pitched in for a community work day at 4 King St on November 20th, 2010. One year and 8 months since the devastating fire, Stone Soup stays strong and is finally able to begin rebuilding. They begin with cleaning out debris from inside the basement and first two floors, as well as removing the stage, patching the sides of the porch and cleaning up the grounds. The group left energized and even more steadfast about the decision to rebuild at 4 King St, as the clean-up revealed the structural strength and beautiful woodwork that remains in most of the building. The workday was also a great reminder of neighborhood connection Stone Soup has, as several neighbors came by to pitch in. One neighbor, Calvin Bradshaw, states “it’s so great to see the rebuilding getting ready to begin, it means a lot to the neighborhood.” Photos by Gray Harrison of Worcester Earn-A-Bike and Tina Le from Toxic Soil Busters / Worcester Roots Project. [caption id="attachment_214" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Yaw Boateng and Jairo Reyes Vega of Toxic Soil Busters, along with Worcester Earn-A-Bike members clean up 4 King St"][/caption] […]
Watch the 5 minute video… OUR STORY! Having trouble seeing this video? Watch is on youtube.com
Did you know that there is an all volunteer-run artist / activist collective and community resource center in Main South called S T O N E S O U P at 4 King St, Worcester? You probably did, but maybe you didn’t know this…
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