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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]

Leprechaun Plunge for Charities, March 11

Mar 7 2017
Published by under Events, South Hadley
Saturday, March 11 at 10:30 AM – 4:30 PM Dockside Restaurant and Brunelle’s Marina 1 Alvord St, South Hadley, Massachusetts 01075
In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, teams of fearless individuals will take a chilly dive into the waters of the Connecticut River at Brunelle’s Marina in South Hadley, Massachusetts, for the 8th [continue reading]

Pioneer Valley Regional Meeting for Nonprofits, April 7

Mar 6 2017
Massachusetts Nonprofit Network Regional Meetings: Pioneer Valley
There are a number of emerging public policy issues at the state and federal levels that will have an immediate impact on Massachusetts nonprofits. These issues span across subsector, budget size, and region. It is more critical than ever that nonprofit leaders are informed, involved, [continue reading]

Northampton Area Young Professional’s St. Patrick’s Day Social, March 9

Mar 4 2017
Published by under Events, Northampton
NAYP’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Social Thursday, March 9th | 5-7PM
McLadden’s Northampton, Northampton, MA Free for Members | $10 for Non-Members
Celebrate the season of green with us on March 9th at McLadden’s in Northampton! We’ll have light hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar.
Featured Non-Profit: Northampton Education Foundation (NEF) [continue reading]

Nerd Nite Noho: Game of Thrones and Music Theory, March 13

Mar 2 2017
Published by under Events, Northampton
Monday, March 13 at 8 PM – 11 PM The Deuce (World War II Club) 50 Conz St, Northampton, Massachusetts 01060
https://www.facebook.com/events/257858591334971/
‘Jesse Fixes Thrones’
For those of us even aware that it exists, Game of Thrones is understood to be one of the least popular and commonly derided Epic Fantasy Sagas [continue reading]

Winter Music Fest to benefit veterans to held in Northampton

Mar 1 2017
Concert will be held at two separate venues on March 4.
The Veterans Association of Western Massachusetts, a Veterans-based organization in Northampton, presents its annual winter benefit music festival on Saturday, March 4 at the World War II Club and at Platform at Union Station in Northampton.
Billed [continue reading]

Annual Seed Swap, March 4

Feb 28 2017
On March 4th, we are holding our third annual Seed Swap! Join us from 10 am – 1 pm at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School at 80 Locust St in Northampton. You do not have to bring seeds in order to participate! Please RSVP on the Facebook event page, or if you don’t use [continue reading]

Advocacy Training Workshop at The Food Bank, March 20

Feb 27 2017
Advocacy Training Workshop Mon., March 20, 2017 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. The Food Bank (97 N. Hatfield Rd., Hatfield, MA) Light dinner will be served
Making our voices heard is essential to the prosperity of our community. You can be active in letting our elected officials know what issues are important to you, including [continue reading]

Learn to ‘Create Healthy Gardens From The Ground Up’ at Holyoke symposium

Feb 25 2017
Creating Healthy Gardens From The Ground Up!”
The event, on Saturday, April 1, will feature 18 gardening workshops, Gardeners’ Favorites Book Sale, questions and answers, a marketplace and a raffle.
The Republican  The Western Massachusetts Master Gardener Association will help participants in its 21st annual Gardening Symposium in their efforts [continue reading]

Empty Bowls Soup Dinner, March 20

Feb 24 2017
Join us for this annual tradition — Empty Bowls 2017. Save the date: Monday, March 20 at The Pub. Tickets are $40 each and can be purchased online here: https:// amherstsurvival.org/ 2017-empty-bowls-buy-ticket s/ or in person with cash at Hastings or The Pub.
Amazing and generous potters (professionals, amateurs, and students!) from across the [continue reading]

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