Movement City is a safe space for creative young people (ages 10 to 18) to explore and develop their talents and passions with a network of like-minded peers and supportive adult mentors. Movement City members engage in digital, performance, and visual arts, as well as technology, academic support, civic engagement and leadership development activities.
Movement City aspires to:
- Create an environment that inspires, supports, and sustains young people’s growth and development
- Connect young people to the tools, people, and other resources needed to embark on a career path that is poised for growth and success
- Engage youth in local projects for community improvement that encourage them to improve the community and help them strengthen their leadership skills
- To involve youth in a network of young people and families engaged in positive self and community development
The Movement City program calendar is closely aligned with the public schools. For more information or to enroll please contact MC’s Administrative Assistant Gira Gutierrez at (978) 722-2630 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stations (Ages 10-13): 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Homework 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Workshops 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Zones (Ages 14-18): 4:30 PM -7:30 PM
Academic Support Drop-in 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Workshops 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
*Note: The Movement City calendar is subject to change. If local schools are closed, MC will close as well. Stay connected on Instagram and Facebook for latest updates. As members of a network, young people pay $10 monthly and have the choice and opportunity to engage in a variety of ways. We also have a summer program that runs for 5 weeks and is a separate $60.00 fee.
Movement City Contacts
Get in touch with our Movement City team members.
Elvis CabralMovement City Directorecabral@lawrencecommunityworks.org(978) 722-2012
- The Youth Are Alright: Movement City UpdateTo find out how youth members stayed connected and creative juices flowing during the pandemic, check out Movement City’s Virtual Showcase: ‘The Colors of Covid’ available on YouTube.