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Hilltown Families: Suggested Events for December 24th-30th, 2016

Dec 23 2016
This week, Hilltown Families will help you and your family discover fun, new learning opportunities that you can share with your neighbors! The List of Weekly Suggested Events includes a wide variety of interests and topics, from computerized flight simulators to rock climbing courses, from hands-on ornithology to holiday-themed film studies. Whether you’re looking for [continue reading]

Spread the Light! Hanukkah Celebration with Chinese Food & Movie, Dec. 24

Dec 21 2016
Chanukah is a time to experience light in the darkness — let’s come together as a whole Jewish community Upper Valley and light up the night together! This 1st night of Chanukah celebration is a collaboration between Congregation B’nai Israel of Northampton, Lander~Grinspoon Academy, Beit Ahavah ~ The Reform Synagogue of Greater Northampton and PJ [continue reading]

Winter Solstice Sunwheel and Skywatching at UMass, Dec. 21

Dec 20 2016
The public is invited to witness sunrise and sunset associated with the winter solstice among the standing stones of the UMass Amherst Sunwheel. Heavy rain or snow will cancel the events. Sunwheel events mark the astronomical change of seasons. The winter solstice occurs when nights are longest and days are shortest in the Northern Hemisphere [continue reading]

Northampton Open Mic Poetry Night, Dec. 20

Dec 19 2016
Every Tuesday Northampton’s only weekly open mic poetry night offers some of the best, most creative voices in western Massachusetts. Come down and listen! Come down and share your words! Whether you write academic poetry, slam, spoken word, or haiku about how much you like cake, you and your words are welcome. And if you [continue reading]

Suggested Events for December 17th-23rd, 2016

Dec 16 2016
From flight simulators to saving Santa Claus! From a kosher Chinese feast and Chanukah candle lighting to Winter Circus Camp and learning to ice skate. This week’s List of Weekly Suggested Events gives you and your family the chance to explore interests and values with your neighbors in Western MA. Read more to find out [continue reading]

Greenfield’s Llama Lasagne Holiday Spectacular, Dec. 17

Dec 13 2016
Saturday, December 17, 9:00 pm
Arts Block, Greenfield, MA
LLAMA LASAGNE is back! This time we will be turning the beautiful Arts Block into one heck of a holiday party! Dress your best, dress your silliest, and prepare for a spectacular dancing singing extravaganza.
Toys4Tots will be collecting new unwrapped [continue reading]

Easthampton Toy Fund Benefit, Dec. 17 & 18

Dec 12 2016
The Brass Cat and Luthier’s Co-op extend to you an invitation for a weekend Christmas Extravaganza benefiting the Easthampton Toy Fund.
The incomparable and irreplaceable Hot Buttered Elves are taking a break this year to help Santa check his lists twice. (We sincerely hope you make the revised cut..)
In the classic style [continue reading]

Look Park aglow for another holiday season

Dec 10 2016
The holiday lights are on nightly through Jan. 1.
It may be too cold to leave your car and enjoy a picnic in the great outdoors at Look Park right now, but there is still plenty to do at the Northampton park this holiday season.
Once again this year, visitors can ogle a [continue reading]

Lowbrow Craft Fair, Dec. 10 in Northampton

Dec 9 2016
“Featuring 20+ local artists and crafters selling quirky handmade goods, many under $20. Support your community and buy local handmade gifts this year!
This is a kid-friendly event! Admission is free!
We will again have a raffle this year to benefit The Food Bank of Western MA. Tickets are $1 each and can [continue reading]

Winter Solstice Celebration at Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, Dec. 21

Dec 8 2016
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Winter Solstice Celebration Special Event December 21, 2016 6:00 pm–8:00 pm
Throughout time, people have come together to celebrate the shortest day of the year and welcome the lengthening days ahead. At Arcadia we also have a tradition—we gather for music and community unity.
Ward off the cold with the warmth [continue reading]

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