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Children’s Museum at Holyoke 40th Anniversary Celebration

Sep 8 2021
Children’s Museum at Holyoke 40th Anniversary Celebration Sunday, September 12, 12noon-4pm
The Children’s Museum at Holyoke
444 Dwight Street, Holyoke, MA
Free admission
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Join us for an afternoon of fun for the whole family while we celebrate the children’s museum and [continue reading]

Wistariahurst Museum July Landscape Tour | Holyoke | July 17

Jul 14 2021
Wistariahurst Museum July Landscape Tour Saturday, July 17, 10am
Wistariahurst Museum , 238 Cabot Street, Holyoke, MA
Tickets: $10, $7 for members, seniors, and students
Preregister at:
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Join City Historian, Penni Martorell, and Wistariahurst gardener, Ralph Strycharz, for [continue reading]

In These Times | Online | April 15-17

Apr 14 2021
In These Times Thursday-Saturday, April 15-17, 7:30pm
hosted by HCC Theater
Free and open to the public, donations welcomed
Streaming on Youtube:
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The Theater Department of Holyoke Community College, in collaboration with the Departments of Music and Visual [continue reading]

The River and the Machine: A Biocultural History of Holyoke | Online | February 11

Feb 8 2021
The River and the Machine: A Biocultural History of Holyoke with Kurt Heidinger Thursday, February 11, 6:30pm
Hosted by Wistariahurst Museum
Preregister here:
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Holyoke is one of the world’s most interesting cities because it did not appear through the [continue reading]

Review of hiking trails with a wonderful final destination

Jun 19 2019
The Knightville Dam in Huntington, the Ashley Reservoir in Holyoke, Glendale Falls in Middlefield, Poet’s Seat Tower in Greenfield, and Mount Sugarloaf State Reservation in South Deerfield all made it on this list.
Read about it here:
What are you favorite hikes that lead to beautiful spots? [continue reading]

Seal sighted along Connecticut River in Holyoke

May 24 2019
Published by under Holyoke, Local News Feeds
A harbor seal made a visit to Holyoke in the Connecticut River.
Read about it here: [continue reading]

Bloomberg Philanthropies names Holyoke national finalist for art grant

Jul 21 2018
Bloomberg Philanthropies listed the City of Holyoke and El Corazon de Holyoke as finalist for the $1 million Public Arts Challenge Grants.
HOLYOKE — Bloomberg Philanthropies on Wednesday named the El Corazon de Holyoke (The Heart of Holyoke) and the city, along with 14 communities nationwide, as finalists for a Public Arts Challenge Grant.
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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]

Bistro at Gateway City Arts in Holyoke a work in progress (review, photos)

Dec 7 2017
Those promoting Holyoke’s Arts and Innovation District, that part of the city surrounding the Heritage State Park, have high hopes for the neighborhood.
Among the many plans for the District are interesting food experiences, such as the opening next month of the MGM-HCC Culinary Arts Institute.
Already doing business in the District, the Bistro [continue reading]

Holyoke art gallery showcasing ‘Uncommon Goods – String Holders’

Nov 15 2017
“Uncommon Goods – String Holders” will be on display at the Race Street Gallery, located at 80 Race Street in Holyoke from Nov. 18 through Dec. 17.
The local arts scene knows Dean Nimmer well.
The visual artist, longtime fixture within Holyoke’s creative district – and champion of self-described “wacko ideas” – will [continue reading]

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