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Greenfield Public Library Speaker Series --- Labor History of Greenfield

#17 --- November 2, 2016

Tom Goldscheider presents "At Swords Point, a Labor History of Greenfield", which focuses on Greenfield’s remarkable industrial past from the perspective of the men and women who worked in its plants making tools to exacting standards for over a century.

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It's Official! Kennametal to Expand in Greenfield

Adapted from a Greenfield Mayor's Office press release:

After a thorough evaluation process, Kennametal Inc. announced late yesterday that they will expand their operations here in Greenfield; adding to the work force at their 180,000 square foot building at 34 Sanderson Street as many as 70 new jobs in the next 5 years. Combined with this hiring push, upgrades to the plant infrastructure, equipment, and machinery will invest close to $5 million in the local Greenfield economy through both tax-based expansion and employee spending.

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.

Museum Season Ends Sunday

Adapted from a Museum of Our Industrial Heritage press release:

For the last day of their 2013 season,  the Museum of Our Industrial Heritage (MOIH) in Greenfield will be open to the public on Sunday, October 27th, from 1-4PM, with free admission.  At 3PM, light refreshments will be served and guests will be invited to join in a conversation about directions for the future.  Visitors will be asked, "What can MOIH do to link the past, present, and future of Franklin County?"  The goal is to keep raising awareness of our area's living industrial heritage, even in months when the museum is closed.

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