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Friday May 22, 2015
Creative Economy Summit 2015 --- Ep. 1 Keynote Presentation

Watch Executive Director of Massachusetts Digital Games Institute Tim Loew's full talk from last week's gathering of artists and business people from around the Pioneer Valley.

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Thursday May 21, 2015
Creative Economy Summit 2015

The Creative Economy Summit is an arts meets business symposium that brings together experts, creatives, and entrepreneurs from across the state.  We recorded all of this year's workshops and we'll be premiering one per week for the next 5 weeks.  Begining on May 22nd, they'll air on Greenfield Community Television on Fridays at 6PM.

Tuesday May 19, 2015
Greenfield Harmony Concert to Feature Gospel Virtuoso

Adapted from a Greenfield Harmony press release:

The 80-member Greenfield Harmony chorus will perform an eclectic concert of world music on Sunday, May 31st, at 5PM,  at Wesley Methodist Church (98 N. Maple St.) in Hadley.  This multi-generational choir, led by Mary Cay Brass, sings a thrilling variety of community-based music from many diverse cultural and musical traditions.

Friday May 15, 2015
No Longer All COOPed Up!

Adapted from a COOP Concerts press releases:

Now that warm weather has arrived, the 11th season of Coop Concerts at Greenfield's Energy Park (50 Miles Street) can begin.  This free series has been a favorite Thursday evening gathering of Franklin County's music lovers since the park opened in 2004 and offers a comfortable setting that draws in people of all ages.  Musical styles include folk, country, string bands, singer/songwriter, bluegrass, Americana, Celtic, comedy, rock, pop, and Zydeco.

Thursday May 14, 2015
Help MCTV Film The River’s Song Project

Adapted from a Montague Community Television (MCTV) press release:

Join us this Saturday, May 16th, in Turners Falls!  MCTV resident videographer Bret Leighton will be on hand to capture the magic and energy of The River's Song Project, the culmination of a year-long study designed to integrate the arts and the environment as a means to highlight the Connecticut River's diverse ecology.  "I love capturing live events like this on film, particularly music performances," says Bret.  He's been working with MCTV for 4 years now and welcomes other community members to connect with the station and join him in filming this weekend's festivities.

Tuesday May 12, 2015
Field Notes from Just Roots

Adapted from a Just Roots press release:

Think more than just farm shares and community gardens when you think of Just Roots! Though full farm shares are still available, the folks at Just Roots want you to know that, for the first time, they are also offering a Meat CSA.  In addition, they'll be holding a plant sale & seed swap this weekend, putting on workshops throughout the summer, and are always looking for new volunteers and interns.

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