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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Zydeco Connection to Play Benefit Concert

Adapted from a Stone Soup Cafe press release:

The next Third Friday Concert, co-hosted by the Stone Soup Cafe and All Souls Church, will be held on September 15th, from 7PM to 9PM, and feature the fun dance music of Zydeco Connection in the church's beautiful sanctuary.  It's a wonderful way to utilize this space, bringing people together through music and community.  In addition, soft drinks will be available on a pay-what-you-can basis so that attendees can stay hydrated as they dance in the aisles and boogie in the pews!

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Green Burial Presentation at The Arbors

Adapted from a The Arbors at Greenfield press release:

You’re invited to The Arbors at Greenfield on Monday, April 17th, at 5:30PM, when Carol Coan, PhD, anthropologist and director/cofounder of Green Burial Massachusetts, will present the basics of green burial and its positive impact on our habitat.  Dr. Coan's presentation will be followed by a discussion session and light refreshments will be served.

Lend a Hand in Local Garden

Adapted from a Nolumbeka Project press release:

It's that time of year again and the Nolumbeka Project is looking for volunteers to help with garden tasks on Saturday, April 8th, and again on Saturday, April 15th, at their Wissatinnewag site in town. Both sessions will run from 10AM to 1PM but if people are willing to stay until later in the afternoon, that would be appreciated.

Winter Carnival 2017 Cardboard Sled Race

Recorded February 5, 2017

Catch all the fun of Sunday's creativity and mayhem!

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William Apess, Standing Rock, & the 1833 Mashpee Resistance

Adapted from a Nolumbeka Project press release:

Author and professor Drew Lopenzina will be giving a free presentation, on Native American history and its connections to today, at the Great Falls Discovery Center on Saturday, February 18th, at 1PM.  Much of this talk will focus on Pequot activist and minister William Apess, who was born in Colrain, the first Native American to write and publish his own book length treatises and memoirs in the 1820’s and 30’s.

Biking for Buddies 2016

Adapted from a Big Brothers Big Sisters of Franklin County (BBBS-FC) press release:

Please join Big Brothers Big Sisters of Franklin County (BBBS-FC) on Sunday, July 24, 2016, for a morning of cycling through the scenic hills of Franklin County.  With your $40 registration fee there are 3 rides to choose from and discounts are available for children who participate.  The event features a family friendly 10 mile ride in addition to 25 and 50 mile routes.  As usual, the event will begin and end on the campus of Northfield Mount Hermon School in Gill.

Reminder: Historical Society Open Houses Sun

Adapted from a Buckland Historical Society press release:

The Buckland Historical Society would like to remind you that, this Sunday, July 10th, from 2PM to 4PM, they will be holding 2 open houses to showcase their collections.  Stop by either, or check out both properties, to explore some local history!

So Much to Explore at Historic Deerfield

Adapted from a Historic Deerfield press release:

There's a lot going on at nearby Historic Deerfield this month.  Bring the family and make a hand-dyed art project or watch as open hearth cooks demonstrate the making of cooling beverages.  You can also attend this summer's free lecture series, Natural Selections: Flora & the Arts.