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Music Barbecue Coming Up at Earthdance

Adapted from an Earthdance press release:

On Wednesday, July 30, 2014, Earthdance Creative Living Project will host a community barbecue in conjunction with partner program Julius Ford/Harriet Tubman Healthy Living Community (JF/HTHLC)'s annual conference.  Live music will be provided by Tem Blessed and the Blest Energy Band.  All are welcome!

It's a Beautiful Day!

So, we thought we'd go outside for a while and enjoy the first day of Greenfield's SummerFest.

Some great lunchtime music was provided by The Equalites, including our very own Philippe Simon on drums!

2014 Scottish Festival to Take Place Saturday

Adapted from a Glasgow Lands Scottish Festival press release:

On Saturday, July 19th, Look Park in Northampton will come alive with the 21st Annual Glasgow Lands Scottish Festival.  There will be Highland dancers, pipers and drummers; a clan parade; sheep herding; Scottish dogs and other animals; wool spinners and weavers; and lively Celtic music.  Celebrate your Scottish heritage, real or coveted, with kilt-wearing, tree-tossing Scotsmen at the Highland athletic games and delight in plates piled high with scones, shortbread, bridies, or meat pies.

2014 Wheeling for Healing Registration Now Open

Adapted from a Baystate Franklin Medical Center (BFMC) press release:

Do what you love to do while helping raise funds for Baystate Franklin Medical Center’s cancer programs and services.  Registration is now open for BFMC’s seventh annual Wheeling for Healing bike ride benefit that will take place on Sunday, August 24th, starting and ending at the White Eagle Polish Picnic Ground (249 Plain Road) in Greenfield.

Memorial Hall Now Blue Star Museum

Adapted from a Memorial Hall Museum press release:

The Memorial Hall Museum in Deerfield is offering free admission for active-duty military personnel and their families all summer.

Historical Society Open Houses This Weekend

Adapted from a Buckland Historical Society press release:

The Buckland Historical Society would like to remind you that, on July 13th, from 2PM to 4PM, they will be holding two open houses to showcase their collections.

Moonlight, Morning Star, & Miro Sprague at 1794 Meetinghouse

Adapted from a Moonlinght & Morning Star press release:

We are delighted to be performing in the 20th Annual North Quabbin Center for the Performing Arts Summer Series on Saturday, July 12th, at 7:30PM, and we are doubly delighted that our son, Miro Sprague, will be joining us on the piano.

Attention Young Filmmakers!

Adapted from a Northampton Arts Council press release:

In partnership with Northampton Community Television (NCTV), the Northampton Arts Council is excited to announce their ground-breaking film camp for teens!  Over the course of two weeks in July, participants will get a hands-on crash course in the world of video production.

Historic Deerfield Has a Lot to Offer in July

Adapted from two Historic Deerfield press releases:

Visitors of all ages will have the opportunity this summer to experience a variety of activities, from exploring the plants early New Englanders used in their everyday lives to appreciating arts & crafts.

Orange Community Day at Valley Museum

Adapted from a Porter-Phelps-Huntington Museum press release:

Emma Woodcock wishes to welcome fellow residents of Orange to a Community Day at the Porter-Phelps-Huntington Museum in Hadley on Saturday, June 28, 2014.  Emma, a life-long resident of Orange, is interning at the museum for the summer.  On Community Day, all are welcome at the museum from 10AM to 4PM.  Free tours will be given on the half–hour and, afterward, guests can relax on the back veranda with complimentary lemonade and cookies. Members of the Orange community are encouraged to explore the homestead and grounds of one of the founding families of Hadley, and learn about the history of the Connecticut River Valley.

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