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Mitch Moskal brings polka music back to Saturday mornings

May 28 2016
Mitch Moskal has joined Polka Jammer Network.
Mitch Moskal Five months after WMUA-FM dropped its Saturday morning polka show, host Mitch Moskal has brought his music back to fans with an online radio show on Polka Jammer Network .
“The Early Bird Polka Show” with Moskal [continue reading]

Chicopee Parks Department announces summer 2016 concert schedule

May 28 2016
The Pioneer Valley Concert Band will play four Sundays in a row starting July 10 in Szot Park.
CHICOPEE – The Parks and Recreation Department will continue its tradition of holding outdoor summer concerts on the lawn of the Aldenville Commons and in Szot Park starting June 14.
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Build Bridges Between Generations by Volunteering With Elders

May 24 2016
Intergenerational volunteer work provides meaningful opportunities to give back to the community, and allows families to connect with elders while sharing their time and skills. Match your family’s interests and skills with local opportunities to start giving back! [continue reading]

Summer Guide 2016: Fairs, festivals and special events

May 21 2016
It’s a fun-packed summer and here are some of the major events worth checking out.
It’s a fun-packed summer and here are some of the major events worth checking out:
International Food Festival: May 26-30; Eastern States Exposition, West Springfield. Szot Park, Chicopee; kfestfoodfest.com
Paradise City Arts [continue reading]

Shakespeare in Forest Park? Commonwealth Shakespeare Company seeks to put on free performances in Springfield

May 20 2016
The Commonwealth Shakespeare Company seeks to bring its free summer theater to Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD  — For two decades, the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company has performed Shakespeare on the Boston Common, drawing crowds of up to 10,000 on an average night. Famous faces – from Jeffrey Donovan, of the series Burn Notice,  to [continue reading]

Over 60 Summer Camps & Programs in Western MA!

May 19 2016
Check out our comprehensive list of summer camps & programs in and around the region! Summer opportunities featured range from music, arts & crafts, wilderness adventures, dance, performance art, farming, rock climbing, STEM, pre-college, sports, theater… to good old traditional summer day or overnight camps/programs! There’s something for all ages, toddlers to teens! Check it [continue reading]

Western Mass Beer Week to showcase area breweries

May 18 2016
The event is set for June 11-18.
There’s no place like home, especially when it comes to craft beer if you live in Western Massachusetts.
The craft beer scene here has grown exponentially over the past decade and some folks figured it was finally time to acknowledge that officially. So during the week [continue reading]

Paradise City Arts Festival returning to Northampton on Memorial Day weekend

May 18 2016
The four-day event begins on May 28.
Everything from hand-thrown mugs to wedding rings to elaborate sculptures can be found at the Paradise City Arts Festival , which opens to the public on Memorial Day weekend at the Three County Fairgrounds in Northampton.
While attending the May 28-30 craft fair, [continue reading]

Explore Local History and Culture with a Downtown Springfield Walking Tour!

May 17 2016
Joining the host of local communities offering educational opportunities through walking tours, Springfield’s downtown has been given new life and new educational possibilities through a walking tour. Provided by the Springfield Central Cultural District, the tour spotlights over 200 years of the city’s history, and includes entry points for learning about everything from art and [continue reading]

Wildflowers at Graves Farm| Williamsburg

May 16 2016
Happening May 18, 2016
from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
at the Graves Farm Wildlife Sanctuary
Cost| members $6 ; non-members $8
‘Walk the loop trail at Graves Farm in search of wildflowers. In the sanctuary’s rich forest and wetlands, we will look for plants such as wild strawberry, fringed milkwort, [continue reading]

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