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Wednesday, December 31 1969


People's Music Network Songs of Women's Suffrage

Back in March, members of the People's Music Network found a special way to celebrate Women's History Month.

Zydeco Connection to Play Benefit Concert

Adapted from a Stone Soup Cafe press release:

The next Third Friday Concert, co-hosted by the Stone Soup Cafe and All Souls Church, will be held on September 15th, from 7PM to 9PM, and feature the fun dance music of Zydeco Connection in the church's beautiful sanctuary.  It's a wonderful way to utilize this space, bringing people together through music and community.  In addition, soft drinks will be available on a pay-what-you-can basis so that attendees can stay hydrated as they dance in the aisles and boogie in the pews!

Honoring Jeff Martell

Our community lost a good musician, and a great guy, when Jeff Martell was killed in a car accident last Friday.  Over the years, Jeff played Valley Homegrown 5 times and took over producing and hosting duties for about a year in 2003.  We couldn't think of a more fitting way to celebrate his contributions to our station than to put together some of his best TV moments and share them with you.  Be sure to tune in to Cable Channel 15 at 7PM on Monday, 9PM Friday, January 22nd, or 10PM Saturday, January 30th, for Valley Homegrown "The Be

Sustainability Film Showing & Discussion at All Souls

Adapted from a Nolumbeka Project press release:

On Saturday, January 23rd, at 6:30PM, the acclaimed film This Changes Everything, about the impact of climate change, will be screened at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in Greenfield.  The movie is based on the book, of the same name, by Naomi Klein.  Following the film, several local organizations will lead discussion groups to help the audience share ideas about implications for local activities.  This event is free but donations will be accepted.

Celebrate Native American Culture

Adapted from a joint Nolumbeka Project/Turners Falls RiverCulture press release:

The Pocumtuck Homelands Festival will return to the Unity Park Waterfront in Turners Falls on Saturday, August 1st, from 11AM to 7PM.  Sponsored by the Nolumbeka Project and Turners Falls RiverCulture, this free all day celebration of Native American culture and history will include live music, drumming, dancing, storytelling, traditional children’s games, children’s crafts ($2 materials fee), educational talks, primitive skills demonstrations, and a wide array of vendors of Native American arts and crafts.

Valley Homegrown & Band Slam

Voting opened yesterday for round 1 of this year’s Valley Advocate Grand Band Slam and, once again, several groups that have appeared on our own Valley Homegrown show have made it into the top 25 and are looking for your support to get into the top 10.

Sacred Spaces 18

The Art of Tom Swetland

This episode features the art of Tom Swetland, owner and proprietor of Federal Street Books, accompanied by public domain avant-garde music by A-Fe.


Sacred Spaces 17

Abdul Baki, Creation

Local musician Abdul Baki performs his latest original piano composition as accompaniment to beautiful images of nature.