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Best Of Mass Big E: Top Five new foods announced, judging takes place Wednesday

Sep 27 2017
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Preparing for one last weekend at The Big E? MassLive readers whittled down The Big E’s list of new food in the Best Of Mass voting round . Now it is time to use your suggestions to name the best food at the fair.
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Pumpkin Fest | Florence | Oct 7

Sep 27 2017
Pumpkin Fest Saturday, October 7 at 10 AM – 4 PM Look Memorial Park 300 N Main St, Florence, Massachusetts 01062
Mark your calendars for Oct. 7th! Our Annual Northampton Cooperative Bank Pumpkin Fest is back!
Get ready for a fun Fall day filled with carnival games, bouncy houses, face painting, ballon [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.
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Art in the Orchard | Easthampton | August 12 – November 23

Aug 7 2017
Art In the Orchard
Open all day from August 12 (pomona weekend) until Thanksgiving, 2017.
Art In the Orchard is a walking sculpture trail which winds through our productive fruit gardens. The self-guided trail is about a half-mile long. A walk through the labyrinth adds about a quarter mile. This [continue reading]

Dr. Seuss’ birthday: A look around the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden

Mar 9 2017
On a warm sunny afternoon, those in Springfield can enjoy a day next to Sam I Am or Thing 1 and Thing 2.
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On a warm sunny afternoon, those in Springfield can enjoy sitting next to Sam I Am or Thing 1 and Thing 2.
The Dr. Seuss [continue reading]

Behind the Scenes: A look inside the soon-to-open ‘Amazing World of Dr. Seuss’ museum in Springfield

Jan 16 2017
The former space is being converted into a 3,200-square-foot exhibition, “The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss”, as well as a recreation of Ted Geisel’s studio, an exhibition about the making of the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden and other related displays.
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SPRINGFIELD-Taking a look behind the scenes [continue reading]

Hosmer Gallery Exhibit Applications Now Open, Deadline Feb. 5

Jan 9 2017
Applications are available now for 2017-18 exhibits. The deadline is February 5, 2017. The Hosmer Art Gallery is designed to provide opportunities for local artists to show their work to the public. Exhibits include a wide range of media and content reflecting the diversity of the Pioneer Valley community. The gallery is curated and scheduled [continue reading]

Food for Fines at Northampton Library in January

Jan 7 2017
Forbes Library is offering its annual Food for Fines during the month of January. This is a time of year to support the needs of people in our community and clear accumulated overdue fines. During this time, patrons may pay overdue fines by donating items in demand by the Northampton Survival Center. This year the [continue reading]

Panopera Seeking Choristers for “Carmen” in January

Dec 28 2016
Panopera is seeking experienced choristers for its upcoming production of Bizet’s Carmen , which will be presented January 27th and 29th at the Academy of Music Theatre in Northampton, Massachusetts. 
Since the chorus plays such a large and crucial role in this piece, we are looking for [continue reading]

Art for Amnesty, Write for Rights: A Gallery Opening

Dec 4 2016

7:00pm-9:00pm. Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, room 302 (upstairs). Lower Lake Road, South Hadley MA 01075
Come join Mount Holyoke College Amnesty International for the opening of the human rights exhibit Art for Amnesty, in room 302 of the MHC Art Museum. Art for Amnesty will feature artwork by MHC students about the negative [continue reading]

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