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Northampton Print and Book Fair | Oct 1

Sep 29 2017
Northampton Print and Book Fair October 1, 2017 12pm-6pm A.P.E. Ltd. Gallery at 126 Main Street, Northampton, MA Free and open to the public (bring cash for vendors)
The Northampton Print and Book Fair will bring over thirty artists, publishers, and collectives to downtown Northampton for a one-day event celebrating contemporary [continue reading]

Kids Monster’s Ball Concert Oct. 28th presented by Mount Holyoke Symphony Orchestra

Sep 28 2017
20151031 Monsters Ball Poster Date: 10:00-11:30am, October 28th, 2017
Venue: Abbey Memorial Chapel, Mount Holyoke College, 50 College St, South Hadley, MA 01075.
Admission: $5 General Admission, $3 All Children, Accompanying Adults with groups of 4 or more children enter for free. Group Offers: 4 Child Tickets for $10 [continue reading]

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.
Since the top [continue reading]

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]

Happier Valley Comedy Show: North Coast NYC and The Ha-Ha’s

Sep 26 2017
The Happier Valley Comedy Show provides an all-new, totally improvised comedy show on the second Saturday of every month. This month, they welcome North Coast, New York City’s premier hip hop improv comedy team. Built around a single suggestion from an audience member, the show’s improvised scenes escalate into full-blown hip-hop songs, facilitated by a [continue reading]

Pioneer Valley Writers’ Workshops

Sep 23 2017
Intro to Fiction: Generative Writing Workshop Sunday, October 22 (1:30 – 3:30pm) $5 fee Instructor: Kate Senecal To RSVP click here .
This fiction writing workshop is for writers who have a short story or novel dying to come to life but don’t know where to start. We’ll cover [continue reading]

Three stars of the contemporary art world to descend upon Easthampton

Sep 22 2017
Joan Young is head curator at the Guggenheim Museum, and Tom Friedman and Kambui Olujimi are artists whose work is shown around the world.
EASTHAMPTON  — Three stars of the art world will appear in the latest iteration of “Grist for the Mill,” a salon-style speaker series hosted by Easthampton [continue reading]

Chicopee Knights of Columbus to hold beer and wine tasting to benefit Thanksgiving dinner

Sep 19 2017
More than 3,500 free meals are served by the Knights of Columbus at Thanksgiving.
CHICOPEE – The Fairview Knights of Columbus Council #4044 will hold a wine and beer tasting night with live entertainment to benefit its annual Thanksgiving dinner.
The event will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Oct. 6 at the [continue reading]

Old Deerfield welcomes craft lovers to 2-day fall festival

Sep 18 2017
The two-day show, held on the grounds of Memorial Hall Museum
Live music, specialty foods, free museum exhibits and over 150 artisan craft booths await visitors to the  Old Deerfield Craft Fair’s 42nd Annual Fall Festival on Sept. 23-24.
The two-day show, held on the grounds of Memorial Hall Museum, will open [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.
According [continue reading]

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