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Polish Film Festival returns to Chicopee

Sep 21 2019
Published by under Chicopee, Events, Nonprofit
Polish Film Festival returns to Chicopee “In this, the 75th anniversary year of the Warsaw Uprising, New England Chapter of the Kosciuszko Foundation and Elms College are sponsoring the 18th Polish Film Festival, and one of the films to be shown was filmed, in part, in Turners Falls.”
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These 11 Restaurants Serve The Best Wings In Massachusetts

May 21 2019
These 11 Restaurants Serve The Best Wings In Massachusetts And The Rendezvous in Turners Falls tops the list! Read more here . [continue reading]

Textile recycling effort begins in Chicopee

Dec 9 2018 [continue reading]

Pioneer Valley Holiday Craft Fairs | November 30-December 2

Nov 29 2018
So many holiday fairs happening all over the Valley this weekend! Check it out:
Nov. 30-Dec. 1 Holyoke: 2018 Holiday Market Fundraiser
Nov. 30-Dec. 1 Smith College: Northampton Book and Book Arts Fair
Nov. 30-Dec. 1, Brattleboro, VT: Hospice Holiday Popup Shop [continue reading]

Chicopee Downtown Getdown gets underway Friday

Aug 22 2018
The two-day event begins on Friday at noon,
Its name is enough to draw your attention – the 2018 Chicopee Downtown Getdown filled with all kinds of vendors from food to artists and from performers to local shops.
The event, which begins on Friday at noon, is held by the City of Chicopee [continue reading]

Cooling centers, pools, spray parks open during heat wave

Jul 2 2018
Communities across the state have been opening cooling centers, spray parks and pools early to help people cope with a heat wave that is supposed to last all week.
The hot spot in the state is the Connecticut River Valley area where temperatures are expected to feel as high as 105 degrees in Springfield, [continue reading]

High heat warnings prompt Chicopee to open spray parks

Jun 18 2018
CHICOPEE – The Parks and Recreation Department is activating spray parks Monday due to the high heat warnings.
The National Weather Service is predicting a high of 96 degrees Monday with the possibility of thunderstorms in the afternoon and at night. Temperatures are to drop to a high of 84 on Tuesday.
The spray [continue reading]

Chicopee Cultural Council wants advice on how to spend money for the arts

Aug 24 2017
CHICOPEE – The Cultural Council is asking residents for their input on what art, music, humanities and science cultural programs they want to see in the city.
Every year the city receives money from the Massachusetts Cultural Council to be distributed through individual grants for to fund concerts, art shows, children’s events, field trips and [continue reading]

Chicopee Cultural Council accepting grant applications for $33,400 for community art projects

Sep 14 2016
The Chicopee Cultural Council has funded outdoor concerts, painting classes, historic lectures, field trips and art exhibits.
CHICOPEE – The Chicopee Cultural Council is currently accepting grant applications from schools, organizations and individuals who have an idea for an art, music or cultural program that would benefit the community.
This year the [continue reading]

Chicopee Cultural Council giving away ‘free money’ for arts

Sep 1 2016
The Cultural Council is seeking input from residents to find out what type of arts programs they would like to see in the community.
CHICOPEE — Members of the Cultural Council joke that they plan to put up a sign offering “free money” to grab the attention of artists and art-lovers this fall. [continue reading]

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