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Wednesday, December 31 1969


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

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.

Have You Filed Your Taxes Yet?

Adapted from Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Central New England, Inc. press releases:

April 19th is the tax deadline for filing in Massachusetts and, even with a few extra days this year, it will be here before you know it.  Taxes can be complicated, boring, and an easy task to shove to the back burner but the BBB of Central New England wants to help consumers get their taxes filed on time and, even if they've already filed, not fall prey to scams.

We Made Beautiful Music Together

Thank you to everyone who helped the Greenfield High School Music Parents Association (GHSMPA) raise $4,110 last night, during their annual telethon!  GHS band and chorus students, under the direction of conductor Maria Scotera, really appreciate what these funds are used for: uniform cleaning, transportation to performances, instrument repair, and much more.  Before the festivities got underway this year, we took a few "behind-the-scenes" pictures to share with you:

Location Change for Winter Lecture Series

Adapted from two Historic Deerfield press releases:

Due to a robust interest in the 2016 Historic Deerfield Winter Lecture Series, In Harm's Way: Conflict and Captivity Before the French and Indian War, the March 20th and April 24th talks will be moved to a new venue.  Both events will be held at Garonzik Auditorium, in the Koch Science Center, on the campus of Deerfield Academy.

BBB Consumer Protection Week Tips

Adapted from Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Central New England, Inc. press releases:

BBB of Central New England is a proud supporter of National Consumer Protection Week, March 6th through March 12, 2016, a coordinated campaign encouraging customers nationwide to take full advantage of their rights and make better-informed decisions.  Millions of people turn to BBB each year for information and resources on businesses, scams, and marketplace issues. "BBB Business Reviews provide a lot of background information on a business, including complaint and customer review history," said Nancy B. Cahalen, President & CEO of the BBB of Central New England.

Explore Historic Deerfield in March

Adapted from a Historic Deerfield press release:

Learn about art, furniture, history, and even cooking when you take advantage of classes and activities at historic deerfield next month.  Also, don't miss the third installment of Historic Deerfield's free Winter Lecture Series, In Harm's Way: Conflict and Captivity Before the French and Indian War, on March 20th.

Valentine Tips from the BBB

Adapted from Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Central New England, Inc. press releases:

Think the Better Business Bureau doesn't have anything to do with a holiday about romance?  Think again!  Unfortunately, in today's society, scammers show up everywhere---even in places where you are trying to find love or pick out a gift for your sweetie.  Thankfully, the BBB has some helpful hints to keep you safe as you navigate the online dating waters or attempt to purchase the perfect Valentine's Day present.

Local Movie Premieres Thursday at Garden

Adapted from a Slowey/McManus Communications media advisory:

With help from their teachers and GCTV, students at Four Rivers Charter Public School have once again produced their own documentary and will premiere it to the public at a red-carpet event at the Greenfield Garden Cinemas on Thursday, February 11th, at 7PM.  The film is the final product of their learning expedition, entitled “How do we Keep the Lights On?”, and looks at Burlington, Vermont’s innovative journey to become an entirely carbon neutral city.