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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Attention Young Filmmakers

Adapted from a Northampton Arts Council press release:

The Northampton Arts Council will once again present YouthFilm, a day-long festival of film and video created by local youth and screened at the famous Academy of Music Theatre in downtown Northampton.  The festival accepts film and video entries from throughout the region by young people from 5–18 years old.

Beat the Summer Blahs, Make a Movie!

If this is the season when you have more time on your hands, or the weather (when it isn't pouring) is luring you outdoors, perhaps now is the time to start working on your entry for this year's Pioneer Valley Transition Towns Film Festival (PVTTFF).

BusinessWest Recognizes Letourneau-Therrien & Mass

Adapted from a BusinessWest press release:

Congratulations are in order for Danielle Letourneau-Therrien, executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Franklin Country, and Isaac Mass, attorney & owner of the Law Office of Isaac J. Mass here in Greenfield.  The two of them were included when BusinessWest, the Business Journal of Western Mass., recently unveiled its 40 Under Forty Class of 2013.  A record number of nominations were received for this year's class, the seventh compilation of rising stars in the regional business community, with entries scored by a panel of five judges who weighed everything from career accomplishments to involvement in the community.  Those with the 40 highest scores made the list.

Calling All Young Filmmakers

Adapted from a Northampton Arts Council press release:

The Northampton Arts Council will once again present YouthFilm, a day-long festival of film & video created by young people, at the Academy of Music Theatre on Saturday, February 23, 2013, starting at noon.  We accept film & video entries from throughout the region by youth from 5 – 18 years old.

Greenfield Sculpture Project Seeks Artist Proposals

From a Greenfield Gateway Sculpture Project press release:

The Greenfield Gateway Sculpture Project announces its first competition for sculptures designed to welcome visitors and residents to Greenfield.  Over the next four years, the Project plans to site four sculptures in key areas around town.  The first sculpture will be placed on Deerfield Street on the open area near the corner of Meridian Street in fall 2013.

Free! 2012 Downtown Trick or Treat Event

From a Greenfield Recreation Department press release:

Downtown Greenfield will once again be filled with ghosts and goblins on Wednesday, October 31st as the Greenfield Recreation Department and Greenfield Business Association host our Annual Downtown Trick or Treat.  Downtown Trick or Treat will run from 4:00pm-5:30pm, and our partners WHAI, DJ Bobby C., and GCTV will be broadcasting at the event!

Where's Waldo? Greenfield Hunt Begins Sunday!

From a World Eye Bookshop press release:

Where's Waldo? In Greenfield, of course! He's turning twenty-five this year, and to celebrate, the famous fellow in the striped shirt and black-rimmed specs is visiting twenty different local businesses all through the month of July. Those who spot him can win prizes, including buttons, books, and more.

Film Fest Call for Entries

From a Pioneer Valley Transition Towns Film Festival press release:

The Pioneer Valley Transition Towns Film Festival, scheduled for October 19th at Greenfield Community College’s Sloan Theatre, is requesting submissions of locally made films about building community resilience in an uncertain future. Any resident, or group of residents, of any age, in the Pioneer Valley community can submit a film for the festival. There will be competitive and non-competitive categories, with prizes awarded in the competitive category, and all of the films submitted will be aired on public access television.

Dakin Still Looking for 2012 Humane Award Nominations

From a Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society press release:

Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society needs your help in finding the most extraordinary animal advocates and animals in the Pioneer Valley!  Do you know a public servant who deserves recognition for heroic efforts to save the life of an animal or who has dedicated his/her career to animal safety?  How about a youth, who through the display of extraordinary care and compassion, makes a difference in the life of an animal?  Is there an animal that you know of who has shown remarkable bravery and loyalty?