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Indulgence: Culture and Cocktails | Springfield | Feb. 1

Jan 20 2018
Indulgence: Culture & Cocktails Thursday, February 1 at 5 PM – 8 PM Springfield Museums 21 Edwards St, Springfield, Massachusetts 01103 Tickets Available:
Shake up your museum experience with an eclectic mix of culinary treats and cultural entertainment!
An annual favorite! Sample new wines and enjoy chocolate hors d’oeuvres while [continue reading]

Boar’s Head Festival in Springfield marks 35th year

Jan 8 2018
The Boar’s Head Festival is an Epiphany celebration that dates to 12th century England.
The bells will be ringing at Trinity United Methodist Church as the Boar’s Head Festival marks its 35th year.
At the beginning of the festival, “I Saw Three Ships” by Mack Wilberg will be sung; it has a long [continue reading]

Springfield’s Forest Park residents come together for 5th annual neighborhood tree lighting (photos)

Dec 4 2017
<p> The holiday season has officially kicked-off in the Texel Drive and Trafton Road area of the city as more than 70 residents gathered on a traffic island for the 5th annual Neighborhood Tree Lighting Sunday </p> <p>SPRINGFIELD - The holiday season has officially kicked-off in the Texel Drive and Trafton&nbsp;Road area of the [continue reading]

Springfield College Community Arts Lab to engage campus, community in joint venture

Nov 29 2017
SPRINGFIELD — A library. A community bulletin board. A farmer’s market.
In the eyes of Jessica Poser, professor of Art and Community Engagement at Springfield College, these elements can exist as one not only as a way to engage students, but to help the area community.
By way of the Habitat for Artists collective, [continue reading]

Parade of the Big Balloons to take flight Friday

Nov 21 2017
Who said pigs can’t fly?
The beloved Peppa Pig, star of stage, screen and television, will soar over crowds tomorrow and make friends with seven other giant orbs – Cat in the Hat, Santa Claus, Strawberry Shortcake, Caillou, MGM Lion, Twinkles the Snowman, and the American Flag – during the annual Tower Square Parade [continue reading]

Transportation Speak Out | Springfield | Nov. 28

Nov 19 2017
Transportation Speak Out Tuesday, November 28 at 1 PM – 2:30 PM 227 Berkshire Ave, Springfield, MA 01109-1638, United States
Stavros and the Pioneer Valley Regional Coordinating Council are joining forces for this year’s Transportation Speak Out. Last year, over 75 community members, agencies, and advocates gathered to share their housing stories. This year, [continue reading]

Bright Nights returns to Forest Park in Springfield

Nov 18 2017
The Bright Nights season begins on Wednesday.
There’s always something new to talk about when the season of Bright Nights comes around.
On Wednesday, Nov. 22, when the clock strikes 5 p.m., Bright Nights at Forest Park – a three-mile drive through Springfield’s magical forest decked out with 650,000 colorful lights on one-of-a-kind [continue reading]

Weekend things to do: Blues, classic rock and jazz concerts in Springfield

Nov 17 2017
There is truly something for everybody this weekend.
Busy pre-Thanksgiving weekend in Western Massachusetts with music for almost every taste, as well as live theater and art exhibits.
Here are 10 events worth checking out this weekend in the four western counties:
Blues great Joe Bonamassa plays Springfield Symphony Hall [continue reading]

Springfield Symphony Orchestra spotlights American composers (review)

Nov 7 2017
Rhodes and his colleagues tore into Gershwin’s boisterous, sassy Cuban Overture, a riot of melodies, countermelodies, and interjections riding on a hive of percussion.
Maestro Kevin Rhodes and the Springfield Symphony Orchestra presented an all-American program to an audience of 1,572 Saturday evening in Symphony Hall, playing music by Bernstein, Copland, Gershwin, and Lowell [continue reading]

Holiday Happenings & Lighting of the Quad 2017 | Springfield | Nov 24

Nov 5 2017
Holiday Happenings & Lighting of the Quad 2017 Friday, November 24 at 10 AM – 7 PM Springfield Museums 21 Edwards St, Springfield, Massachusetts 01103
Kick-off the season with the Grinch, our Gingerbread House exhibit, art activities, and more. All free with museum admission! Followed by the Lighting of the Quad (5-7pm) which [continue reading]

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