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Turners Falls readies ‘Welcome Yule Midwinter Celebration’, Dec. 9-11

Dec 6 2016
The event runs Dec. 9-11.
IF YOU GO Event: “Welcome Yule Midwinter Celebration” When: Dec. 9 and 10 at 7:30 p.m.; Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. Where: The Shea Theater, 71 Avenue A, Turners Falls Tickets: $12 for adults; $10 for seniors and children five through 16; free [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]

STRUT Fashion Spectacle to benefit Easthampton City Arts, Dec. 8

Dec 3 2016
Published by under Easthampton, Events
STRUT YOUR STUFF at the Valley’s biggest fashion spectacle of the year with an outrageous runway show, red carpet arrivals, music and dance performances, awards ceremony, silent auction, art installations, and a hip-shaking afterparty with DJ LeFox . Guests will enjoy hand crafted beverages from local breweries and wineries along with light hors [continue reading]

Nerd Nite Northampton, Dec. 12

Dec 2 2016
Published by under Events, Northampton
Nerd Nite is getting philanthropic! We will be donating 50% of December 12th’s entry fee proceeds to the Southern Poverty Law Center, and any additional donations are welcome.
The location World War II Club (aka The Deuce) / 50 Conz / Northampton, MA December 12th @ 7:00pm | $5 Entry. All ages welcome [continue reading]

Storrowton Village decks the halls for the holidays

Dec 1 2016
Holiday events will be held on Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m
It’s that time of year again when  Storrowton Village spruces up their authentic 19th century village for the holidays.
Yuletide at Storrowton – a free winter festival which brings the community together to celebrate the holidays with traditional [continue reading]

Valley Beer Trivia Night, Nov. 30

Nov 27 2016
PRE-REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Think you and your friends know something about beer?
Join Beerology and The Foundry for a night of beer trivia! Flex your knowledge of brewing, history, local culture, brands and more at this night for beer nerds and enthusiasts. Beerology’s Mike Schilling will emcee the evening.
THE DETAILS [continue reading]

Prison literature topic of talk at Forbes Library in Northampton, Dec. 7

Nov 27 2016
NORTHAMPTON — There’s a proud tradition of prison literature around the world and across time, and an upcoming event at the Forbes Library will explore the phenomenon.
On Dec. 7, authors and activists will discuss what writing means to those behind bars, and what that writing can teach us. It’s part of a year-long [continue reading]

Climate Action Now Monthly Gathering – Monday, Nov. 28

Nov 25 2016
Published by under Amherst, Events
Monday, November 28, 7:00-9:00pm
Unitarian Universalist Society of Amherst
121 N. Pleasant Street, Amherst, MA
Likely Action/Work breakouts this month: Legislative – Carbon Pollution Pricing Food Justice, Healthy Soil, Carbon Sinks Building the Climate Justice Movement in the Face of the Climate Emergency
We come together once a month to meet [continue reading]

4th Annual Easthampton Holiday Whobilation

Nov 24 2016
SUNDAY DECEMBER 4th @ 6PM Come down to Millside Park this year and help spread the holiday cheer with all of your fellow Who’s in Whoville! ***Patrons please bring a NEW unwrapped toy to be donated under $10 (optional but preferred) •Cash donations go directly to the easthampton community center •Checks can be made out [continue reading]

Dining news: Beer dinner, Teddy Bear Tea and more

Nov 23 2016
Chef-owner Philip Hillenbrand of Bottega Cucina in West Springfield has teamed up with Iron Duke Brewing LLC of Ludlow to present an Iron Duke Beer Dinner. Planned for Dec.  4 with a 5:30 p.m. start, the five-course event will feature five of Iron Duke’s brew selections. A first course of tempura-style fried pickles will start [continue reading]

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