Events

CCA offers a variety of performances including world music and holiday music performances.  Here’s a calendar of our upcoming unique events:

https://chelmsfordarts.org/calendar/performances-and-events/

 


June 26th: Open Mic

Come and join Charlie Smith in an evening of live performance as local artists practice their craft in front of a live (and welcoming!) audience! Sign ups start at 7:30, show starts at 8pm. $5 at the door, cash bar

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May 29th: Open Mic

Come and join Charlie Smith in an evening of live performance as local artists practice their craft in front of a live (and welcoming!) audience! Sign ups start at 7:30, show starts at 8pm. $5 at the door, cash bar

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April 24th: Open Mic

Come and join Charlie Smith in an evening of live performance as local artists practice their craft in front of a live (and welcoming!) audience! Sign ups start at 7:30, show starts at 8pm. $5 at the door, cash bar

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Mar. 27th: Open Mic

Come and join Charlie Smith in an evening of live performance as local artists practice their craft in front of a live (and welcoming!) audience! Sign ups start at 7:30, show starts at 8pm. $5 at the door, cash bar

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Feb. 28: Open Mic

Come and join Charlie Smith in an evening of live performance as local artists practice their craft in front of a live (and welcoming!) audience! Sign ups start at 7:30, show starts at 8pm. $5 at the door, cash bar

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Jan. 19th: Kids’ Open Mic

Come one and all for an Open mic, hosted by our very own Charlie ! You can sing, dance, tell a story or play an instrument! We want to create a safe space for kids to practice getting in front of a crowd! So come and perform, or cheer on…

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Jan. 24th: Troubled Waters

7:30 pm, Suggested donation $5 to benefit the CCA Join us for the premiere screening of Troubled Waters by film maker Dianne Sherratt-Steimel Throughout the history of New England, the Merrimack River has played a vital role for the many communities that line it’s shores. In the 1800’s, it supplied power…

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