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The Lost Forests of New England | Holyoke | April 21

Apr 16 2019
Published by under Events, Holyoke, Nonprofit
The Lost Forests of New England Sunday, April 21, 3:00-5:00pm
Mark Landy Party Hall at Gateway City Arts, 92 Race St, Holyoke, MA
Free to the public
Registration recommended at
Facebook event details:
Gateway City Live in collaboration [continue reading]

Western Massachusetts 2019 Sacred Harp Convention | Holyoke | March 9-10

Mar 7 2019
Published by under Events, Holyoke, Music
Western Massachusetts 2019 Sacred Harp Convention Saturday, March 9, 10:00am – Sunday, March 10 10:00am- 3:30pm
War Memorial Building, 310 Appleton St, Holyoke, MA
Facebook event details:
The Sacred Harp, continuously in print since 1844, is the backbone of one of this country’s oldest, most vital, and soul-stirring musical traditions. [continue reading]

Master gardeners ‘buzzing’ about upcoming symposium in Holyoke

Mar 2 2019
Published by under Events, Gardening, Holyoke
It will take place March 30 from 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. (doors open at 7:30 for sign in) at Holyoke High School.
Plans are humming along as The Western Massachusetts Master Gardener Association Inc. gets ready for its Lower Valley Symposium with the theme, “Bees, Butterflies and Bounty: What’s the latest BUZZ in [continue reading]

SPARK EforAll Holyoke – All Ideas Pitch Contest

Sep 27 2018
Published by under Business, Events, Holyoke
SPARK EforAll Holyoke is having an idea pitch contest for entrepreneurs. To apply to pitch your idea go to: deadline for submissions is October 11, midnight.
The All Ideas Pitch Contest will be October 25, 6-8pm at the HCC Culinary Arts Institute, 164 Race St., Holyoke.
“Up to 15 entrepreneurs will have [continue reading]

Holyoke Community College to host 24-hour theater festival | September 29

Sep 25 2018
On Sept. 29, the annual 24-hour festival will take place at the Holyoke Community College. Current students and alumni will come together and produce plays in just 24 hours.
HOLYOKE —  Non-stop drama and comedy await audiences as Holyoke Community College presents its third annual 24-hour theater festival on Saturday Sept. 29.
Alumni, along with [continue reading]

Undisclosed Holyoke – Seeking Story Submissions

Sep 1 2018
Gateway City Arts is looking for story submission for Undisclosed Holyoke happening September 29.
“Undisclosed Holyoke: Secrets and Stories of the Valley is an exploration into where we have been, and where we can go – all told through anonymous stories directly from the locals who have lived and loved in the [continue reading]

Celebrate Holyoke returns Oct. 5-7; volunteers needed

Aug 28 2018
The annual Celebrate Holyoke, a three-day festival of fun, food and music, returns Oct. 5, 2018. Organizers need volunteers to help plan and assist at the event.
HOLYOKE — Celebrate Holyoke returns to Heritage State Park and downtown Oct. 5-7. The city’s annual festival will feature an eclectic musical lineup, food trucks and arts [continue reading]

25-cent rides Sunday as Holyoke Merry-Go-Round marks 25th year

Aug 23 2018
Built in 1929, the antique carousel made its home at Mountain Park until the popular amusement park closed in 1987.
Just 25 cents.
That’s how much it will cost you for a ride on the Holyoke Merry-Go-Round on Sunday, Aug. 26, from noon to 4 p.m. as part of the historic carousel’s 25th [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]

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