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6 new artists to look for at 30th annual Old Deerfield Holiday Sampler Craft Fair

Nov 14 2017
Two days of holiday crafts, food and live music – including a visit from the jolly ol’ elf himself – awaits visitors to this weekend’s 30 th annual Old Deerfield Holiday Sampler Craft Fair on the grounds of the Eastern States Exposition.
Opening its doors in the Better Living Center on Saturday at [continue reading]

Weekdays in Western MA: November 13-17, 2017

Nov 13 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 the week and find events that support [continue reading]

Suggested Events for November 11th – 17th, 2017

Nov 11 2017

“I am constantly kept up to speed on things happening all over the area. A real life performance type date night is so overdue at my house it’s embarrassing, so thanks for the opportunity!” – Marissa Potter (Shelburne Falls, MA)
If you have [continue reading]

Thanksgiving for the People! | Greenfield | Nov 23

Nov 8 2017
Thanksgiving for the People! Thursday, November 23 at 12 PM – 5 PM The People’s Pint 24 Federal St, Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
It’s our 5th annual Thanksgiving for the People! Please join us from noon to 5:00 on Thanksgiving day for a traditional holiday meal for the whole family and the whole community. Pay [continue reading]

Springfield Symphony Orchestra spotlights American composers (review)

Nov 7 2017
Rhodes and his colleagues tore into Gershwin’s boisterous, sassy Cuban Overture, a riot of melodies, countermelodies, and interjections riding on a hive of percussion.
Maestro Kevin Rhodes and the Springfield Symphony Orchestra presented an all-American program to an audience of 1,572 Saturday evening in Symphony Hall, playing music by Bernstein, Copland, Gershwin, and Lowell [continue reading]

Equine Affaire returning to West Springfield

Nov 6 2017
The four-day event begins on Thursday in West Springfield.
Throughout the year, the Eastern States Exposition in West Springfield is the site of many horse shows attracting some of the best riders and horses in the country.
Many of those riders just might be returning to the Eastern States Exposition this weekend, but [continue reading]

Holiday Happenings & Lighting of the Quad 2017 | Springfield | Nov 24

Nov 5 2017
Holiday Happenings & Lighting of the Quad 2017 Friday, November 24 at 10 AM – 7 PM Springfield Museums 21 Edwards St, Springfield, Massachusetts 01103
Kick-off the season with the Grinch, our Gingerbread House exhibit, art activities, and more. All free with museum admission! Followed by the Lighting of the Quad (5-7pm) which [continue reading]

Nerd Nite Noho | Northampton | Nov. 13

Nov 4 2017
Published by under Events, Northampton
Nerd Nite November: Skeletons & Socialists Monday, November 13 at 7 PM – 9 PM The Deuce (World War II Club) 50 Conz St, Northampton, Massachusetts 01060
$5.00 general admission
“Socialism, the Radical Future of Capitalism” The 2016 election revealed astonishing support for Bernie Sanders’ “democratic socialism.” But what is socialism? Karl [continue reading]

Franklin County Cider Days | Franklin County (Multiple locations) | Nov. 3-5

Nov 3 2017
CiderDays is an annual community celebration of all things apple in beautiful Franklin County, Massachusetts. 2017 marks our 23rd year with tours, cidermaking and tastings, workshops and much more in orchards and venues county-wide from Ashfield, Deerfield, Turners Falls, Charlemont and Colrain to New Salem and the towns in between. Whether you are a cider [continue reading]

Suggested Events for November 4th – 10th, 2017

Nov 2 2017

“I recently discovered Hilltown Families… The website is so eclectic in the activities offered in the surrounding area there is definitely an activity we can all participate in including my husband who is a disabled vet and my children who range from 1, 3 and 14. I’m so excited about [continue reading]

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