The Crossroads Collective is hosting a May Day celebration,
including puppet-making workshops, a PARADE and FREE SKATE PARTY in Buffalo!
In today’s political climate, it is increasingly critical that we come to together to celebrate our shared vision for a just and vibrant economy. Our new economy must be founded on workers’ rights, responsible management of resources, democratic decision-making, sacredness, the arts, and equity for all people. What better way to celebrate this vision than with May Day—an international holiday honoring working folks?!
This year, Buffalo will host May Day with two day-long puppet-making workshops (in which community members bring this regenerative economy to life) followed by a parade, rally, and skate party on May 7. Puppet-making workshops will take place on April 23 (at the WASH Project) and April 30 (at the Foundry) from 10am-5pm. Folks from all walks of life are invited to participate, and all events will be free to the public.
- To join us for the PUPPET-MAKING WORKSHOPS on April 23 and April 30, click HERE.
- To join us for the RALLY, PARADE, and FREE SKATE PARTY on May 7, click HERE.
- To donate supplies to help make this event a success, click HERE.
- To learn about the Crossroads Collective, click HERE.
For more information about MAP’s involvement in the May Day celebrations and how you can get involved, contact Rebekah Williams, Youth Education Director by email at Rebekah (at) mass-ave.org or by phone at 716.882.5327 x6.