A Busy Week!

Dear Friends,

Important news: our Kickstarter drive has 18 days to go! We are 13% funded! Check out our new video by Mike Phillips!

In order to be able to cover our monthly costs and to continue to provide a stimulating array of contemporary art practices, creative and inspiring programming, concerts, readings, meeting space, potlucks and more, we have launched a Kickstarter campaign and are reaching out to our community to become year long sponsors. Please join us in supporting our programming and development of our wood shop and recording studio over the coming year! We continue to learn as we work to become a sustainable community center for contemporary arts and independent culture. We hope you will consider sponsorship. There are only 23 days left in our campaign! It’s easy, just a quick click!

We need warm bodies to help us staff the house, thrift shop, events and a few daily open hours! If you can devote a couple of hours a month, a week or even on one occasion, contact us at info.southsidehub@gmail.com. We really appreciate the help.

This week at the Southside Hub:

Wednesday November 9th
8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

SHOP is open all day from Book sale, exhibits, thrift and friendly folks!

2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The Red Thread project: Stitching Studio with Lindsay Obermeyer

Knit a hat. Crochet a cap. Gather with old friends while you meet new acquaintances. The Red Thread Project® celebrates community connections, both visible and invisible, while encouraging and fostering individual creativity. This event is free and open to all.

Friday November 11th
5:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Director Ben Kolak presents workshop “Methods and Issues in Guerrilla Filmmaking”
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Daniel Evans brings FRSH FRT, his combination fruit cart and mobile rummage sale, to the library.
Screening of Ben Kolak’s genre-busting bricolage comedy SCHIZCAGO, with live musical accompaniment by El Is the Sound of Joy, led by composer Alex Inglizian.
Q&A with Kolak and Inglizian
Red Flags Salon Tender: John Preus

Saturday November 12th
10:00 am to 6:00 pm

SHOP is OPEN with Michael Eastwood!
Winter workdays begins, come on by, we’ll give you a job to do, it will be fun, we promise!

Sunday November 13th
5:30 to 9:00

Community Potluck Dinner
Bring a dish to share, something warm, delicious, homemade! If you can’t cook, bring some bread, some juice or some dessert! Don’t forget to bring a plate, glass, fork, and napkin to add to our collection if you want or just to use for the night!


Slow Recovery and “Red Flags Family Salon” by John Preus

It Is What It Is

Thrift Store!
The Thrift needs your donations–gently used items, unwanted gifts, clothes, toys and other objects, ephemera and antiques. Please make sure all items are clean, usable, or interesting.

We are increasing our daily hours so check out the calendar frequently for additional hours.

All donations are tax-deductible through The Resource Center and are deeply appreciated. Families, consider a family membership: $100 for the year gets you a 25% reduction on workshops, classes and concerts and free access to the Open Studio days: materials at hand, art room available, library available for tutoring, game playing and socializing! Contact us about the family sponsorships program.

Please contact us with ideas for programs, classes, workshop, clubs, etc. Bring your creativity and skills and come be a part!



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