Congratulations to the amazing lineup of students and faculty members who organized and participated in the Visions Coffeehouse on Saturday, March 5, in Central Catholic's Baroni Hall.
The night featured uplifting performances by singers, poets, musicians, and writers, cheered on by a supportive audience filled with friends, classmates, and teachers.
Coffeehouses are brought to you by Visions Literary & Arts Magazine and showcase the talents of students and faculty from across our CCHS community!
Students enjoy live entertainment and free refreshments in a warm and supporting environment.
"The times I have spent attending Visions Coffeehouses have provided some of my most uplifting moments at CCHS," noted Math Teacher Mr. Vincent Pastore. "We have so many talented artists, poets, and musicians, but even more important is the fact that we teach such unbelievable kids. This was all on full display Saturday evening at the Visions Coffeehouse. All the performances were outstanding and many of them were very moving."
"I want to thank everybody that put this event together again. I enjoyed every second of the evening and left Central Catholic at 9:30 pm very uplifted and thinking about how lucky I am to be a teacher in the midst of Lawrence City."
Photo Album: March 5, 2022, Coffeehouse
Save the date for our next Coffeehouse:
Saturday, May 21, 2022
Visions is a literary and arts magazine for the CCHS community that brings artistic thought and possibilities to life for the larger school community. One large issue or two smaller issues are published each year. Included are poems, essays, short stories, photography and artwork that are submitted by students and faculty members. The editorial staff meets to edit submissions, coordinate the layout of each issue, and to recruit and discover creativity in the school. Visions also sponsors coffeehouses and open mic nights that empower students and faculty to read and perform their work for their peers. Musicians, writers, supportive fans, and coffee lovers are encouraged to attend. Open to all students to participate in one or both.
Thank you to all of the performers and to the organizers who made it possible for students and staff to come together in Baroni Hall and take the stage!