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Amherst Sustainability Festival, April 22

Apr 9 2017
Amherst Sustainability Festival
SATURDAY, APRIL 22nd 10 AM – 4 PM TOWN COMMON
Join us for a day of family fun, education and entertainment. The Sustainability Festival is in its eighth year and is bigger and better than ever! There is literally something for everyone with over 100 vendors of renewable energy, energy [continue reading]

Feed the Soul: A benefit for the Northampton Survival Center, April 13

Apr 9 2017
THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2017 6:00-8:00 P.M. FEATURING PAINTINGS BY PAM CARTER We’re proud to celebrate CLICK’s one-year anniversary at our home on Market Street by giving back to the community. Feed the Soul is a private art opening featuring original paintings by Pam Carter. Guests will savor delicious food and drink while enjoying live jazz [continue reading]

NAYP April Networking Social, April 13

Apr 8 2017
April Networking Social
Thursday, April 13th | 5-7PM | Northampton Brewery
Free for Members | $10 for Non-Members
Join us for our next networking social at the Northampton Brewery. We’ll be collecting donations for Dress for Success, so bring your lightly used work attire!
As alway, there will be light hors [continue reading]

Easthampton Book Fest, April 8

Apr 5 2017
Join us for Easthampton’s 3rd Annual Book Fest!
EVENT SCHEDULE // Thursday April 6, 8pm
Grist for the Mill at The Boylston Room, 122 Pleasant Street A salon speaker series featuring Michael Musto of the Village Voice & Mickey Boardman, Editorial Director of PAPER Magazine Tickets: http://gristforthemill.eventbrite.com/
EVENT SCHEDULE [continue reading]

Immigrant Voices: A Celebration of Arts, April 8

Apr 4 2017
Published by under Events, Music, Turners Falls
Immigrant Voices: A Celebration of Arts
April 8, 7:30pm Shea Theater Turners Falls, MA Join the Center for New Americans (CNA) for a celebration of our Valley’s rich artistic traditions. Enjoy an evening of music, dance, and spoken word by immigrants in our community. The Shea is thrilled to host the Center for New [continue reading]

BBQ, Beer, and Kiln Opening Party, April 29

Apr 2 2017
Hosted by Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program
Saturday, April 29 at 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM Snow Farm, 5 Clary Rd Williamsburg, Massachusetts 01096
BBQ by Local Burgy
Pottery Trail Ale by Lefty’s Brewing Company Kiln opening, pottery demos, and good company!
https://www.facebook.com/events/1490695717670291/ [continue reading]

Justice for All Concert & Sing-Along, April 1

Mar 31 2017
Published by under Amherst, Events, Music
April 1, 7:00-10:00pm
First Churches of Amherst
Amherst, MA
 
Join us for an evening of song with gospel-blues singer-activist Lea Gilmore, The Amherst Gospel Choir, & Annie Patterson and Peter Blood, creators of Rise Up Singing. Together we will raise our voices for racial justice. This is a benefit for [continue reading]

Festival of Flowers at Springfield Museums to feature tea parties, floral designs

Mar 31 2017
The four-day Festival of Flowers at the Springfield Museums will feature nearly 50 custom floral pieces interpreting works of art or other objects in the museums.
SPRINGFIELD — Whether it’s having specialty tea, watching a fashion show or building a terrarium, there are many ways to enjoy the fifth annual Festival [continue reading]

Plants and Place: Native Flora in Western Massachusetts,

Mar 29 2017
Saturday, April 1 at 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM Historic Deerfield
Tickets available at  http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07edmmly363f4b46ca&llr=nyvbjpbab
From their arrival in the 17th century, European colonists began noting changes in New England’s ecology and landscape. Their recorded impressions largely consisted of observations in the form of letters, diaries, pamphlets, and reports of discoveries. [continue reading]

Pioneer Valley Jewish Film Festival, March 18 – April 4

Mar 28 2017
Published by under Events, Springfield
The 12th Annual Pioneer Valley Jewish Film Festival, presented by the Springfield Jewish Community Center, runs March 18 through April 4, 2017, screening 22 films in 9 cities and towns across Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin Counties.
Count on another season of entertaining, engaging, and thought-provoking films that explore the best of independent cinema through [continue reading]

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