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Thursday August 25, 2016
Greenfield Public Library Offers More Than Books

Adapted from a Greenfield Public Library (GPL) press release:

Sure, you can check out books, dvds, and CDs but did you know that you can attend a free concert at the library too?  How about an entertaining lecture on Sherlock Holmes in all his incarnations?  Our local library hosts many fun and interesting programs throughout the year and these are just two that will be happening next month.

Wednesday August 24, 2016
Help Stop Violence Against People of Color

Adapted from a Racial Justice Rising press release:

The public is invited to a free speak-out on issues of violence against Black, Brown, and immigrant people, both locally and nationally, that will take place on Saturday, September 10th, at 10:15AM (doors open at 9:45AM), at the First Congregational Church of Greenfield.  The program is scheduled to run until 12:15PM and coffee, tea, and childcare will be available.

Tuesday August 23, 2016
Last 2016 Coop Summer Concert This Week

Adapted from a Pat & Tex LaMountain press release:

On Thursday, August 25th, this season of free Franklin County Musicians Co-Op concerts at Energy Park will conclude with performances by Russ Thomas, Roland Lapierre, and Pat & Tex LaMountain.  The crowds this season have been wonderful so bring your friends and family and enjoy enjoy a beautiful summer evening of local music.

Thursday August 18, 2016
Walk-in Enrollment Days are Back at GCC!

Adapted from a Greenfield Community College (GCC) press release:

It's time to get started at Greenfield Community College!  You can find out how to register for Fall 2016 classes today by visiting

Wednesday August 17, 2016
September Events at Just Roots

Adapted from a Just Roots press release:

September will be a fun month at the Greenfield Community Farm!  In addition to enjoying the wonderful bounty of fresh produce, folks can march with Just Roots in the Franklin County Fair Parade or learn how to save seeds for their gardens next year.