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National Coffee Day: Dunkin’, Starbucks and more offer free coffee deals in Massachusetts to celebrate

Sep 29 2020
National Coffee Day: Dunkin’, Starbucks and more offer free coffee deals in Massachusetts to celebrate “Start your day off right with free coffee on Tuesday, Sept. 29 — also known as National Coffee Day.” Read the full article here: masslive.com [continue reading]

4th of July 2020: What’s open and what’s closed on Independence Day?

Jul 3 2020
4th of July 2020: What’s open and what’s closed on Independence Day? “July Fourth, also known as Independence Day, falls this year on a Saturday amid the ongoing disruptions caused by  coronavirus .
That means many offices and services, government or otherwise, will be closed or have different hours Friday.
Keep in [continue reading]

Red Poppies: The Flower of Memorial Day

May 25 2020
missing imageRed poppies are associated with Memorial Day. Do you know why? Find out in this article, The Significance of Poppies and download this worksheet to supplement learning with young children.

Photo credit: (cc) “Poppies” by Susanne Nilsson [continue reading]

Celebrate the holiday season locally with fun, non-commercial events

Nov 29 2019
Celebrate the holiday season locally with fun, non-commercial events
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Belchertown Winter Light Night ’19 | November 30

Nov 27 2019
Belchertown Winter Light Night ’19 Saturday, November 30, 12noon-7pm
The Belchertown Common, Belchertown, MA
Facebook event details: https://www.facebook.com/events/633517110496473/
The Belchertown Cultural Council together with the Mass Cultural Council are excited to host the 2nd Annual Winter Light Night event on the Belchertown Town Common! Come celebrate the [continue reading]

Project 351 Food & Fund Drive

Nov 26 2019




Project 351 is a nonprofit organization that takes eighth grade students and inspires them to learn how to lead community service, be a leader, and inspire others to serve.  As community service ambassadors, Project 351 wants to help end hunger in western [continue reading]

Mass Appeal: Buy food locally for the holidays through CISA

Nov 25 2019

Claire Morenon, Communications Manager at the Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture, offers tips for finding food for the holidays through local agriculture. [continue reading]

Western Mass. Offers More Than Presents Under The Tree

Nov 23 2019
Published by under Holidays
Western Mass. Offers More Than Presents Under The Tree “Picking out the right gift for a loved one, partner, friend, or child can be a stressful experience. There are many different factors to consider, and there’s always the worry they won’t like what you pick out. Luckily, Western Mass. has a wide variety of places [continue reading]

2019 Thanksgiving Meals & Volunteer Opportunities in Western MA

Nov 21 2019
As Thanksgiving approaches, families can integrate food-related community service into their schedules to honor the role that food plays in the holiday’s celebration. From community meals to food pantries to other food-related community resources, opportunities abound for families to engage in service or to participate in a community-building meal.
To learn more about how [continue reading]

Snow Farm Annual Seconds Sale | Williamsburg | Nov. 15-17, 22-24, 29-Dec. 1

Nov 12 2019
Snow Farm Annual Seconds Sale Friday-Sunday, November 15-17, 22-24, 29-December 1, 10am-4pm
Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program, 5 Clary Rd, Williamsburg, MA
Facebook event details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1205774279602098
“For three consecutive weekends in November, we open our spacious grounds to visitors for an early holiday outing. Seconds can be [continue reading]

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