What’s on in March? A round-up!

Spring is round the corner and will hopefully mark the start of better times. We’ve put together a list of call outs, posts and events happening this March for you to get excited about!

  • The Young People's Project at Washington Mind (where we and strange things? Collective are based) are doing a social media campaign this month called #MakeMarchBetter. We are starting a conversation about those small, practical day-to-day things we can all do to keep ourselves well, and we're sharing resources from money management to food, creative wellbeing tools and services who are offering support. More info here!

  • Aged 13-19 and considering a career in music? Delivered in partnership by Brighter Sound (as part of Both Sides Now), Sage Gateshead (as part of Turn Up The Quiet) and We Make Culture, Inspiring Women is a series of 3 free talks for women, non-binary and trans folk, more info here. This looks really wonderful.

  • Sunderland Vibe's first issue of 2021 has landed, and you can flick through the local goodness online by clicking here.

  • Pop Recs are inviting young people to take part in a consultation that will guide them in developing their service to young people in Sunderland, and they're reimbursing time for those involved. Their newly refurbished building is going to be an amazing space in our city and I really can't wait.

  • Recording it Ourselves is an online event going ahead on March 20th, a day of talks and panels all about DIY cultures. It sounds really informative and absolutely glorious.