Westfield on Weekends is a volunteer, non-profit organization devoted to enriching the creative vitality of our community through accessible artistic and cultural events, programs and entertainment. We are folks that bring you great events such as the Westfield Concert Series, PumpkinFest and DecemberFest. We also support the programming and classes at the Creative Arts Center on Elm Street in Westfield.
While the world continues its return to normalcy, we are continuing our mission at Westfield on Weekends!
We remain dedicated to supporting our community through a variety of programs, events and activities ranging from rolling up our sleeves to plant and maintain the Bridge Flowers to helping to celebrate 25 years of the Amelia Park Children's Museum! At WOW, continuing in this mission allows us to share a variety of large-scale programs including our much-loved annual Pumpkinfest in October and our festive Decemberfest (with our 5th annual, fantastic Tree Jubilee and our Holiday Pop-Up Market) that support small businesses in our community. The WOW Creative Arts Center continues to support the community with a myriad of classes, travel opportunities, educational discussions, outstanding musical recitals (in collaboration with Westfield State University) and our highly interactive children's programming.
Today, WOW is now turning to you to ask for your support to accomplish these exciting community experiences. Would you please consider giving a few dollars to help support us in our mission? (No amount is too small.)
We are thrilled to share that we have an incredibly fast and easy way to donate to us by clicking below:
We truly appreciate every dollar given and will continue to pay it forward with free, safe, community programming.
WOW! It’s Tuesday is a weekly radio program hosted by Bob Plasse and Jay Pagluica. WOW! it’s Tuesday airs every Tuesday from 6AM to 8AM and is broadcast live from Studio 120 located at the Westfield Technical Academy. It is broadcast at 89.5FM and is streamed at wskb.org.
It can also be viewed on local Comcast channel 15 as well as westfieldtv.org. Archived programs can be found on the WSKB youtube channel.