Lifeguards needed for this summer

The City of Worcester Parks Division needs lifeguards for city beaches (Coes Pond, Bell Pond, Indian Lake) and the Crompton Park pool.

You need to be at least 16 years old, certified in CPR, First Aid, and Lifeguarding, and pass the swimming test.

Pay will be between $10.50 and $11 an hour.

If you are interested, please call the Parks main line at 508-799-1190.  If you know people who might be interested, PLEASE pass this information on to them.

If you’re interested but do not have all the certifications, that’s ok.  Please call Parks (580-799-1190) and let them know that you are interested but would like information on attending certification classes.  They should have the information about local classes and you should have enough time to get certified before the summer.  (And if Parks doesn’t have information about classes, email me and I’ll forward you the information.)

(Image: RNLI Lifeguards, a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic licensed image from JD Mack’s photostream.)

CWW: Mechanics Hall Brown Bag Concerts

Beginning today, Mechanics Hall and WICN will be presenting Brown Bag Concerts on Wednesdays at noon.

Here’s the schedule:

March 14 – Paul Broadnax Gardony

Paul Broadnax is a Boston Jazz Legend, nominated twice for Boston Music Awards Jazz Singer of the Year and chosen Musician of the Year in 2003 by Boston Musician’s Association. Paul’s love of music and performing began in childhood and blossomed after his time in the Air Force and engineering school when he arranged, recorded and performed with notables including his dear friends Joe Williams and Champ Jones. Paul is known for his “King Thing” (Nat King Cole) and his friend Joe Williams said: “I feel like I’m passing the torch!”
March 21 – Matt SavageErena Terakubo Sextet

Berklee College of Music peers Matt Savage (piano) and Erena Terakubo (saxophone) have formed a fabulous sextet that will keep your feet tapping and your hearts dancing. Local Matt is a Brown Bag veteran and has performed virtually everywhere. Erena, born in Sapporo Japan, recorded her first album in 2010 which reached No. 1 on the Japanese jazz charts. The Boston Globe calls Matt: “The Key Master.” “He’s got command of the music and, most important, he’s got swing.”
March 28 – Gerry Beaudoin

In musical circles the name Gerry Beaudoin conjures up images of a guitar virtuoso whose uncanny ability to bridge musical styles ranks him as the premier New England Jazz Guitarist with a history that is long and legendary. Jazz guitarist Beaudoin is a leader, arranger, per- former, and educator, whose career has taken him from the jazz clubs of Boston and New York to symphony halls and concert stages across the USA and Canada.
April 4 – Dan Moretti
“After several decades of cultivating his sound in every section of the jazz vineyard, Dan Moretti has emerged as a forceful, dynamic player and an outstanding conceptualist.” Dan has toured throughout the United States, Europe, Russia, and India performing as a leader and sideman and has produced 11 internationally released CDÕs in the last 15 years. His influences, ranging from jazz and classical to funk and Latin jazz, come from his experience performing and recording with artists across the spectrum of music like Aretha Franklin, The Temptations, Mike Stern, Dave Samuels, Dave Liebman, Marvin Stamm, and The Crusaders.