MCH May Day Newsletter

Extra Springy Goodness!

Hallo All! Spring is finally springing!

Lots of exciting stuff going on at the hall these days. The Montague Reporter had a great article about the Common Hall a couple of weeks ago - Many thanks to Mike Jackson who really did his homework, and miraculously got everything right! Thanks to the article and the generosity of many, we are within sight of our fundraising goals for our new roof! Just a few more donations are needed and we'll be able to cover the whole cost. If you'd like to help out, you can either donate online on our home page, or mail a check to:

Montague Common Hall
PO Box 223
Montague, MA 01351

Events - Coming Right Up!

THIS Saturday May 4, 2019
All Hands on Deck for the Annual Montague Common Hall Clean-up and Gardening Day!

Bring your rakes, shovels, and perennials, herbs, or other plants you'd like to donate. Bring a bucket if you would like to dig up a forsythia (or five) and bring them home.

We will be deep-cleaning the hall as well, if you like dusting or scrubbing floors best of all :-)
This is a great way to meet your neighbors and support your community center at the same time!
As always, we have a firm commitment to strong coffee, bad jokes, and snacks. Lots of snacks.
See you there!

THIS Sunday May 5
MAYDAY Festivities on the MC Common
10:30am - 1pm (ish?)

Welcome the spring with singing and dancing around the traditional Maypole.

Saturday May 11
Open Mic Nite #34!

Open Mic #34 will feature Montague's own Diana Allen! Diana is a classically trained guitarist and indie-folk-rock singer/songwriter. After the show at 7:30, we'll have the open mic with 10 min time slots. Sign up before 7:30 to guarantee a spot. All types of performance welcome. Come share your art. We will clap - a lot.

Ongoing Classes

Flow Yoga with Nadya
Tuesdays at 5:30pm
Gentle Yoga with Nadya
Thursdays at 9:15am

For more information on yoga classes, visit the Sun Essence Yoga website.

Neigong Taijiquan (Tai chi and qi gong)
Wednesdays at 7pm - New 8 week series starting on Wednesday 5/8!

Join us for another 8-week series which will cover meditation, exercises, and the beginning of the Taijiquan form. This practice cultivates balance, strength, and flexibility in the body, as well as stillness and focus of the heart-mind. Classes taught by Hannah Fuller-Boswell.

For more information and to register, contact Hannah at