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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Reminder: Historical Society Open Houses Sun

Adapted from a Buckland Historical Society press release:

The Buckland Historical Society would like to remind you that, on August 9th, from 2PM to 4PM, they will be holding two open houses to showcase their collections.

Celebrate Native American Culture

Adapted from a joint Nolumbeka Project/Turners Falls RiverCulture press release:

The Pocumtuck Homelands Festival will return to the Unity Park Waterfront in Turners Falls on Saturday, August 1st, from 11AM to 7PM.  Sponsored by the Nolumbeka Project and Turners Falls RiverCulture, this free all day celebration of Native American culture and history will include live music, drumming, dancing, storytelling, traditional children’s games, children’s crafts ($2 materials fee), educational talks, primitive skills demonstrations, and a wide array of vendors of Native American arts and crafts.

First International Day of Yoga Sunday

This just in from Tex LaMountain:

The Natural Path Meditation Center in Sunderland will present a program entitled "Heartfulness Meditation" this Sunday, June 21, 2015, from 1PM to 2PM, to celebrate the United Nations (UN) First International Day of Yoga.  At the event, Bob Perry, of Albany, NY, will address the idea of changing ourselves to change the world, thus supporting, through meditation, the UN's goals of peace and justice.

Help Our Community in Times of Trouble

Adapted from a Franklin Regional Council of Governments (FRCOG) press release:

The Franklin Regional Council of Governments' (FRCOG) Citizen Corps Program will hold a training for medical and non-medical personnel who want to volunteer in times of disaster on Saturday, March 14th, from 9AM to 12:30PM at the Hawlemont Regional School (10 School Street) in Charlemont.

Free Soup & Games Tonight!

Adapted from a Nolumbeka Project press release:

Don't forget that tonight's beneficiary of Free Soup & Games Night at Hope & Olive is The Nolumbeka Project.  Join  them at the restaurant, 44 Hope Street here in Greenfield, from 5PM to 7:30PM, for lots of fun and great food while donating to a good cause.

Learn About the Nipmuck Tribe on Saturday

Adapted from a Nolumbeka Project press release:

David Tall Pine White, Tribal Council Vice-President of the Chaubunagungamaug Band of Nipmuck Indians and a language consultant & actor in the 2009 PBS series "We Shall Remain", will offer a two-hour interactive presentation, "The Language Belongs to the Land Itself", on the Nipmuck presence & persistence in Southern New England, at the Full Snow Moon Gathering at the Great Falls Discovery Center on Saturday, February 21st, from 1-3PM.

Girls Nature Benefit Saturday

Adapted from a Montague Common Hall press release:

What do you long to be true for the girls of today?  Come experience a bit of Full Moon Girls magic and see how this Vermont Wilderness School program is co-creating the world we want to live in with the girls they mentor.  The Wise Womens Gathering, a benefit for the Full Moon Girls nature mentoring program, will take place at the Montague Common Hall this Saturday, January 31st, from 1PM to 5PM.

How do You Want to Get Around?

Adapted from a Franklin Regional Council of Governments (FRCOG) press release:

What are your transportation needs?  The FRCOG will be hosting two public meetings next month, to gather input on updates to our Regional Transportation Plan.  These Regional Transportation Plan Open Houses will be held at the John W. Olver Transit Center (12 Olive Street) in Greenfield on February 4th, from 6PM to 7:30PM, and February 12th, from 2PM to 3:30PM.

Holiday Happenings

Adapted from various press releases:

From horse-drawn wagon rides at Historic Deerfield to Greenfield Harmony's world music concert, there is something for almost everyone during events happening around our valley this month.