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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!

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Community Building

By: 
KarenShapiro
August 3, 2017

Meet the newest local homeowner-to-be (not pictured) who is gaining secure, affordable, housing thanks to the work of Habitat for Humanity and many volunteers.

Greenfield After Dark with Toney Marcus --- Unplugged

#3

This episode of Toney's variety show, which also serves as a fundraiser for Relay for Life, features performances by James Keyes, Invisible Sun, and Ton of Blues that were recorded live at the 2017 Pulse Magazine Worcester Music Awards.

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Greenfield After Dark with Toney Marcus --- Relay for Life 2017, Part 2

#2 --- Recorded May 18, 2017

This variety show features interviews with Tim Parry & Kathleen Carr.

Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 Ceremony

Recorded May 19, 2017

Only on Cable Channel 15, and here, can you watch the full presentation of the 7th Annual Haas Entrepreneur of the Year Award to PV Squared Solar.

COOP Concerts Coming Soon!

Adapted from a COOP Concerts press releases:

The 14th season of Coop Concerts at Greenfield's Energy Park (50 Miles Street) will begin on May 25th at 6PM.  Since the park opened in 2004, this free community concert series has been a Thursday evening tradition for Franklin County's music lovers, and talented musicians, and makes great use of its comfortable, family friendly, setting.  Musical styles include folk, country, string bands, singer/songwriter, bluegrass, Americana, Celtic, comedy, rock, pop, and Zydeco.

Helping the Hungry

By: 
KarenShapiro
May 5, 2017

Congratulations to the Deerfield Academy students involved with Deerfield Foods, who've been recognized by Greening Greenfield as the organization's Green Heroes for May.

Glitter Jar Making Workshop

Adapted from a Salasin Center press release:

In honor of Sexual Abuse Awareness Month, the Salasin Center and the New England Learning Center for Women in Transition (NELCWIT) are co-hosting a free Self-Care Glitter Jar Making Workshop on Wednesday, April 19th, from 5PM to 7PM, at the RPX (1 Osgood Street) in Greenfield.  Snacks will be provided, all adults are welcome to attend, and pre-registration is encouraged but not required.

Lend a Hand in Local Garden

Adapted from a Nolumbeka Project press release:

It's that time of year again and the Nolumbeka Project is looking for volunteers to help with garden tasks on Saturday, April 8th, and again on Saturday, April 15th, at their Wissatinnewag site in town. Both sessions will run from 10AM to 1PM but if people are willing to stay until later in the afternoon, that would be appreciated.

William Apess, Standing Rock, & the 1833 Mashpee Resistance

Adapted from a Nolumbeka Project press release:

Author and professor Drew Lopenzina will be giving a free presentation, on Native American history and its connections to today, at the Great Falls Discovery Center on Saturday, February 18th, at 1PM.  Much of this talk will focus on Pequot activist and minister William Apess, who was born in Colrain, the first Native American to write and publish his own book length treatises and memoirs in the 1820’s and 30’s.

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