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Wednesday, December 31 1969


The 2021 Winter Carnival Ice Sculptures

Philippe Simon
Winter Carnival Ice Sculptures

A video documenting the making of and lighting of the downtown ice sculptures for the 2021 Greenfield Winter Carnival, #ICEolation! Get an introduction to some of the artists and see how they create such intricate and wonderful designs. 

Halloween at Highland Park 2020

October 30, 2020

Greenfield Recreation provides a scary (and safe!) Halloween experience as trick-or-treaters drive through Highland park to see wonderful displays and get some candy!

People Pay to Vacation Here

We’re reflecting this week on the fact that we live in a beautiful area with wonderful natural features and community events.  We’ve highlighted many of these on our website lately and hope you get a chance to try out some fun activities this summer.

Celebrate Summer: Nature, Music, & Dance!

From a Second Congregational Church press release:

On Thursday, June 21, Second Congregational Church, Court Square, Greenfield is hosting a FREE day of fun activities for ages 4 – 13.  It will be held from 9:00 -4:00 p.m. with lunch provided.  The Church and Education Group feels that children should be able to have a fun-packed day where they can try new activities, or revisit familiar ones, with no pressure, so three different fun offerings, all led by professionals, will be presented.

Congratulations to Local 2011 Gold Pin Winners

Adapted from a MA Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs press release:

This past weekend, officials from the Massachusetts Department of Fish and Game (DFG) hosted two ceremonies honoring more than 80 of the state's top freshwater and saltwater anglers at the Eastern Fishing & Outdoor Exposition at the DCU Center in Worcester and two Greenfield men were among the honorees.  Shane Emerson caught the largest Carp, weighing  39lbs  10oz, in the Connecticut River in Montague and Lance Bristol caught the largest Walleye, 8lbs 14oz, in the Connecticut River in Gill.

DCR Issues Advisory About Unsafe Trail Conditions

From a Massachusetts Department of Recreation and Conservation Press Release:

Due to the extensive tree damage and heavy snow fall from the October 29-30, 2011 storm, many forest roads and trails at multiple Department of Recreation and Conservation (DCR) facilities may be impassable and unsafe to hike and walk.