Boston's Urban Arts Festival

PWOCN Participates in Boston's First Urban Arts Festival on July 27th, 12pm-6pm at Martini Memorial Shell Park

Boston, MA. – On July 27, 2013, the Professional Women of Color Network, Inc. (PWOCN) is scheduled to attend Boston’s first Urban Arts Festival to outreach to local women of color who are seeking meaningful professional connection and removing feeling of isolation in their personal and professional lives. PWOCN also plans to utilize the time to network with other organizations and artists since the Urban Arts Festival intends to provide a stage to display and encourage talents of artists in the Boston community. PWOCN will be able to encourage more women of color to become more active in their communities. The event will be held at the Martini Memorial Shell Park on Truman Parkway. The festival will run from 12pm-6pm. Children’s activities will run from 12pm-2pm and artistic performances will be between 2pm and 6pm.

PWOCN helps women of color enhance their professional and personal lives by providing opportunities for individual and collective growth. Its goal is to nurture the development of personal and professional connections. PWOCN caters to women at any point in their career. PWOCN provides a safe space for women of color and their families to build network with great artists in the Boston community.

Event Date: Saturday, 07/27/2013, 12:00pm – 6pm
Location: Martini Memorial Shell Park – 1015 Truman Parkway, Hyde Park (Next to Stop & Shop)
Cost: FREE!

To find out more information about the Urban Arts Festival, please visit: http://sos617.com/. For volunteer opportunities, please call Fitzgerald "Casper" David at 857-334-3636 or email info@sos617.org.

About Professional Women of Color Network, Inc.
The mission of the Professional Women of Color Network, Inc. (PWOCN) is to address three key areas in the professional lives of women of color:
Strategy: Foster strategic and thoughtful action to further professional goals and growth. Support: Provide support and encouragement to the women of The Network through dialogue, workshops, partnerships and mentoring. Strength: Harness the individual and collective strength women possess to realize their professional potential and aspirations.