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Wednesday, December 31 1969


The 2020 Greenfield Community College Graduation Parade

To keep up with social distancing, GCC President Dr. Yves Salomon-Fernández and other faculty honor and celebrate the graduating students.

The Nolumbeka Project presents Native American River Stories and Stomp Dance

February 1, 2020

The Nolumbeka Project presents a Native American Social Dance and Stomp Dance, Saturday, February 1, 2020. Filmed at Greenfield Community College, Cohn Dining Room, 1 College Drive, Greenfield, MA.

A rare opportunity to learn and participate in Northeastern Woodlands Native social dances, led by Annawon Weeden, Mashpee Wampanoag, Congressional award honoree as culture-bearer for the Northeast and James Moreis, Aquinnah Wampanoag, father and culture bearer. Opening words by Chief Roger Longtoe Sheehan, Elnu Abenaki.

Don't Forget! United Way Auction This Saturday

Adapted from several United Way of Franklin County press releases:

Don't miss the auction event of the year!  Join live auction emcee State Representative Paul Mark for a wonderful evening of art, leisure items, and gifts from the Pioneer Valley and beyond at Greenfield Community College on Saturday, November 21st, starting at 6:30PM.

Still Seats Left for Power of Women Thursday

Adapted from a New England Learning Center for Women in Transition (NELCWIT) press release:

To honor NELCWIT’s service in the community since 1976, over 200 emerging and esteemed community leaders will attend the 8th Annual Power of Women fundraiser, hosted by the Friends of NELCWIT, this Thursday, April 16th, from 5PM to 7PM, at the Cohn Dining Commons on Greenfield Community College’s main campus.  Enku Gelaye, J.D., UMass Amherst's Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs and Campus Life, will be the keynote speaker.  She is locally and nationally known for developing the community-building initiative UMatter@UMass, promoting a climate of care and accountability on the large residential campus.

Don't Forget! United Way Auction This Saturday

Adapted from two United Way of Franklin County press releases:

Last year was almost a sell out!  Don't miss the auction event of the year ~ gather your friends and family and make a reservation today.  You will have a great time AND you will be supporting our great community!

Don't Miss the Auction of the Year!

From a United Way of Franklin County press release:

Save the date now for the 2014 United Way beCause Art & Leisure Auction.  This annual fundraiser will take place on Saturday, November 22nd, starting at 6:30PM, in Greenfield Community College's Cohn Dining Commons.

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.

Say "Hi" to Casey

Summer internships are a longstanding tradition for many businessess and nonprofit organizations.  GCTV is no stranger to this concept and we have welcomed several interns into our ranks over the last couple of months.  Today, we introduce you one of them, Casey Wallner.

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.