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Wednesday, December 31 1969

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Pioneer Valley Ballet Offers Free Classes for Young Children

Adapted from a Pioneer Valley Ballet press release:

Pioneer Valley Ballet (PVB) is hosting its Fall Open House on August 24, 2013.  This free event will take place from 11am-1pm at their ballet studio in Easthampton, at the Eastworks Building, 116 Pleasant St., Suite 155.  Attendees will have opportunities to meet staff, tour the studio, register for school-year training programs, register to audition for The Nutcracker, and observe PVB’s advanced dancers in rehearsal.

One More Opportunity to Explore Local History

Adapted from a Buckland Historical Society press release:

On August 11th, from 2:00-4:00 p.m., the Buckland Historical Society will be holding two open houses to showcase their collections.

Another Opportunity to Explore Local History

Adapted from a Buckland Historical Society press release:

On July 28th, from 2:00-4:00 p.m., the Buckland Historical Society will be holding two open houses to showcase their collections.

Buckland Historical Society to Hold Open Houses

Adapted from a Buckland Historical Society press release:

On July 14th, from 2:00-4:00 p.m., the Buckland Historical Society will be holding two open houses to showcase their collections.

Stewart Balk Presents a History of Local Farming

Adapted from a Historical Society of Greenfield press release:

Since 1977, three generations have run Northfield’s Balky Farm, offering meats, wool products and mulch hay. They pasture-raise goat, sheep, and pigs and sell fresh eggs. In addition, they have beautiful 100% wool yarns in natural and hand-dyed colors, and rovings ready for spinning or needle felting, which they sell at the farm stand. Roving samplers and needle feltings supplies also are available, as are wool blankets, hats, scarves, needle felted items, and sheepskins, along with farm-fresh vegetables, blueberries, and jams.  On Tuesday, June 18th, Stewart Balk will talk about Northfield’s Balky Farm at the Historical Society of Greenfield.

Creating Greenfield’s Future: Visions For 2050

Six years ago, the Town of Greenfield committed itself to becoming a sustainable community by 2050.  Scarce energy resources and new information on climate change are increasing the urgency of that pledge.  Creating Greenfield’s Future: Visions for 2050 will ask us all to look at our lives today and consider what we need to do to meet that 2050 goal. Organized by Greening Greenfield, it will be held Saturday, April 6, from 8:30am-1pm, at the Greenfield Community College’s Dining Common. A $15 registration fee covers lunch and refreshments.

Award Winning Documentary Screening in Valley

Adapted from a UAW Local 2322 press release:

The Education & Solidarity Committee of the United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 2322, will host a free showing of "Brother Outsider:  The Life of Bayard Rustin" on Wednesday, March 20th, at 6:00 pm in the Community Room of Forbes Library, 20 West St., Northampton.  This showing celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom and also honors Bayard Rustin during the week of his 101st birthday.  This will be the first film in a free series of educational films hosted by UAW Local 2322.

NY Times Bestselling Author Comes to Western Mass

From a Jewish Federation of Western Massachusetts press release:

Enjoy a morning with A.J. Jacobs, New York Times bestselling Author and Editor at Large at Esquire Magazine.  Jacobs will discuss his year of living biblically, ("A Year of Living Biblically") and his quest to achieve bodily perfection, ("Drop Dead Healthy").

Eat Dinner with Your Kids Monday Night

From a Greenfield Mayor's Office press release:

Mayor William F. Martin announced the Town of Greenfield would once again join forces with The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University (CASAColumbiaTM) in celebrating Family Day – A Day to Eat Dinner with Your ChildrenTM this year on Monday, September 24.

Talking About Immigration

From a Central Massachusetts Genealogical Society press release:

At the September 25th, 2012 meeting of the Central Massachusetts Genealogical Society, the topic of discussion will be "Modern Day Immigration: Coming to America". A panel of four immigrants from Italy/England, Iran, Slovakia and China will share their experiences in moving to the United States.

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