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Wednesday, December 31 1969


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.

DCR Opens Beaches & Waterfronts Early

Adapted from a Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation press release:

Due to the warm weather conditions this week, Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) Commissioner Jack Murray is pleased to announce that the following DCR beaches and waterfronts will be staffed and guarded 7 days-a-week beginning Wednesday, June 18, 2014.  Lifeguards will be on duty from 11AM until 6PM.

BFMC “Clinical Notes” Free Summer Concert

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

Baystate Franklin Medical Center’s “Clinical Notes,” a hospital-based women’s a cappella chorus, will perform a free summer concert, "How Can We Keep from Singing?”, on Friday, June 20th, from 12:15PM to 1PM, in the hospital’s conference rooms A & B.

Celebrate Dad & More at Historic Deerfield

Adapted from a Historic Deerfield press release:

All Dads and Grandfathers who visit Historic Deerfield this Father's Day, Sunday, June 15th, will receive free admission to the museum. Visitors of all ages will have the opportunity this summer to experience a variety of early New England activities, from exploring the plants early New Englanders used in their everyday lives to learning the art of letter writing.

Holly Near to Kick Off Energy Park Concerts

Adapted from a Greenfield Recreation Department press release:

On Sunday, June 22nd, 2014, at 6PM, Holly Near with Emma’s Revolution is set to perform live at Greenfield's Energy Park.  The public is welcome to bring chairs and blankets.  There is a suggested donation of $15 for the concert.

Try Out for "Snoopy!!!"

Adapted from an Arena Civic Theatre press release:

Arena Civic Theatre announces they will hold auditions for the rollicking, fun-for-all-ages, musical "Snoopy!!!" on Thursday, June 12th, at 7PM, at ArtSpace (15 Mill St., Greenfield), and on Saturday, June 14th, at 1PM, at the Jones Library (43 Amity St., Amherst).

See The Art of Industry Exhibit this Weekend

Adapted from a Museum of Our Industrial Heritage press release:

On Saturday, June 7th, from 10AM to 4PM, the Museum of Our Industrial Heritage will host a special exhibit, The Art of Industry, with an artist’s reception on Friday, June 6th, from 5PM to 8PM.  Admission is free.

Two Film Fests Call for Entries

Adapted from multiple press releases:

Attention local filmmakers of all ages!  The Arlington International Film Festival (AIFF) is looking for high school students to enter their competition and the short shooting schedule No Film Film Festival is back for a third go round.

Auction Supports People with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

Adapted from a The United Arc press release:

On April 12th, help The United Arc celebrate its 13th Annual Spring Auction from  4-7pm at Greenfield Community College, in the Cohn Family Dining Hall.  All proceeds benefit critical support services for people in Western Massachusetts with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and their families.  Suggested admission is just one non-perishable item for The United Arc's food pantry.