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Old Deerfield welcomes craft lovers to 2-day fall festival

Sep 18 2017
The two-day show, held on the grounds of Memorial Hall Museum
Live music, specialty foods, free museum exhibits and over 150 artisan craft booths await visitors to the  Old Deerfield Craft Fair’s 42nd Annual Fall Festival on Sept. 23-24.
The two-day show, held on the grounds of Memorial Hall Museum, will open [continue reading]

Springfield guitarist wins first-place honors at New England Music Festival

Sep 15 2017
The young guitarist recently took home first-place honors in four different performance categories at the New England Music Festival, beating out guitarists twice his age.
It wasn’t long ago that Bobbie Rennix recalls her grandson, Kiam, waltzing through the family living room in search of rubber bands, a shoebox and a ruler.
According [continue reading]

Community RePair Workshop | Northampton | Sept 16

Sep 14 2017
Community RePair Workshop Saturday, Sept 16, at 1 PM – 4 PM Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School 80 Locust St, Northampton, Massachusetts 01060
Hamp’s community RePair workshop returns! Residents are invited to bring a household item or two in need of repair, and a crew of handy fix-it volunteers will attempt to fix [continue reading]

Community Repair Workshop | Northampton | Sept 16

Sep 13 2017
Community RePair Workshop Saturday, September 16, at 1 PM – 4 PM Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School 80 Locust St, Northampton, Massachusetts 01060
Hamp’s community RePair workshop returns! Residents are invited to bring a household item or two in need of repair, and a crew of handy fix-it volunteers will attempt to fix [continue reading]

The Big E 2017 readies for start of 101st season on Friday

Sep 12 2017
The Big E runs Sept. 15 through Oct. 1.
Ask Gene Cassidy, president of the Eastern States Exposition, what makes him smile about the 101 st edition of The Big E opening on Sept. 15, and he’ll tell you “plenty.”
“We have a tremendous lineup of musical acts this year, [continue reading]

Weekdays in Western MA: September 11-15, 2017

Sep 11 2017
Weekdays in Western MA: September 11-15, 2017 Weekday community-based educational opportunities can be found throughout the four counties of Western MA all week long! Each weekday we feature community-based educational opportunities that can be selected to support the interests and education of self-directed teens, homeschoolers and life-long learners.
Select the day of [continue reading]

Weekend things to do: Brimfield Antique Show, Mattoon Street Arts Festival and more

Sep 9 2017
Plenty to do this weekend in and around Western Massachusetts.
The final  Brimfield Antique Shows of 2017 continue their run along Route 20 this weekend, but that’s just the start of a busy weekend.
The   Mattoon Street Arts Festival is expected to draw more than 100 artists and crafters to [continue reading]

Have a Heart for Public Art | Easthampton | Sept 10

Sep 8 2017
Have a Heart for Public Art Sunday, September 10 at 11 AM – 1 PM Galaxy 60 Main St, Easthampton, MA, United States
Join Easthampton City Arts & Galaxy for a fundraiser brunch to support public art in Easthampton. Galaxy is generously donating 100% of all proceeds, which will directly support our City’s public [continue reading]

FREE: Springfield Jam Fest | Springfield | Sept 9

Sep 7 2017
Published by under Events, Music, Springfield
Springfield Jam Fest Saturday, September 9, at 12 PM – 11 PM Court Square Corner of State and Main St., Springfield, Massachusetts 01103
Come rock out and enjoy a broad range of local live music in historic Court Square. This event is FREE!
Get ready to see live performances from  FAT [continue reading]

Franklin County Fair begins 4-day run on Thursday

Sep 6 2017
The fair begins on Thursday at 3 p.m.
So much to do, so much to see at this weekend’s  Franklin County Fair that it’s difficult to know what to see or do first.
“For me, it’s our Roundhouse that I always go to first. It’s decorated so nicely every year with quilts [continue reading]

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