Calendar of Events

Me2/BostonHaley March 2018
Monday, February 4, 2019
7:30 p.m.
Lindemann Mental Health Center
Boston, MA
Free & open to the general public
Join us for an hour-long program featuring music by Verdi, Faure, Vaughan Williams and Beethoven; mental health presentations from our musicians; and a Q&A with the audience (when you can “ask us anything!”). Presented by the Metro Boston Area office of the MA Department of Mental Health. Enjoy some great music and conversation — all presented in a stigma-free zone!


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11:00 a.m.
Boston’s Engagement Center
**For clients only; closed to the general public
This is Me2/’s second performance at the Engagement Center, a welcoming environment for individuals in need of a space to spend time during the day. In addition to providing a heated indoor space off the streets and sidewalks, the engagement center also serves as a space for participants to get connected to the many housing and recovery services offered by the City of Boston and partners in the Newmarket Square area.

Me2/Boston’s performance at the Engagement Center is co-sponsored by Sunovion.
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Thursday, February 28, 2019
8:00 p.m.
Woodside Juvenile Rehabilitation Center
Colchester, VT
*closed to the general public*
We are returning to Woodside to perform for the young people who are currently receiving treatment in this facility. Woodside is operated by the VT Department of Children and Families. As stated on their website, “Woodside provides short- and long-term placements and treatment services for youth — in a safe and secure environment. Residents receive medical and psychiatric services in the least-restrictive setting possible given their needs.” It is always a pleasure to perform for the teens and staff members at Woodside.

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Thursday, March 7, 2019
8:00 p.m.
Davis Center, University of Vermont
Burlington, VT
Free & open to the general public
This hour-long performance will include music by Berlioz and Beethoven, mental health stories from our musicians, and a brief Q&A with the audience. Come as you are and join us in a stigma-free zone. This performance is presented by the UVM Psych Club.