About Bailey’s Café
Bailey’s Café is a space of community healing and belonging — a secular church, a home, a kitchen table. Bailey’s welcomes all with an open heart, compassion and love, generating a culture of belongingness, non-judgment, acceptance, community, and space to be your full self. This is Bailey’s unique value.
In Virtual & Physical Spaces
Bailey’s Café presents As Quiet As It’s Kept (AQAIK), a multi-discipline performance installation based on the stories of veterans of color and their role in a changing community under the artistic leadership of Monica L. Williams in collaboration with artists from various genres:
Kadeem Alston Roman, Zoe Flowers, Michael Hill, Anna Pond, DJ Reborn, Robyn Twomey
If you Missed the First Two Iterations of AQAIK:
Losing Forward and Homeward
You Can Still Check Them Out & View the Mini-Docs on Upcoming Work and Community Reflections
Our 10K in 45 Days Campaign is Over
You can Still Support As Quiet As It’s Kept
Make a Donation Here
Bailey’s Fall Offerings
Healthcare for the People
Free Medical Services for Everyone Saturdays Noon to 4 PM
Visual Art Workshop with Marienne Thomas
Wednesdays, 4 PM to 6 PM. No Experience Necessary.
All Ages Welcome
Virtual Community Sing with Janice Pendarvis
First Saturday of the Month on Zoom 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Testimonials from the Bailey’s Community
I did not know anything about theater and the arts until I met Ms. Kymbali. Now I have picked up some of her attributes and I am able to lead the group in warm ups and other theater games. Bailey’s Café is more than an arts program in that it helps you further your growth emotionally, spiritually, and every way.
"Now I am more connected and more decisive. I want to be strong and have my voice heard, to be more articulate and stand up for myself."
"This is my second time being with this group and I never expected i would have been doing what I was doing – thought I would just come and observe-here i am acting. It is like therapy, like group therapy it fits in there somewhere. It is a great opportunity to work with young people."
"We are pushing to meet somewhere in the middle (youth and elders) so we can just become one community…we have drifted as a people…we are pushing for something better in the community"