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There’s Only One Remaining Old-Time Polish Bakery In All Of Massachusetts And You Need To Visit

Feb 19 2019
There’s Only One Remaining Old-Time Polish Bakery In All Of Massachusetts And You Need To Visit “There are plenty of incredible bakeries sprinkled across Massachusetts, but this little shop in Indian Orchard is one of the last of its kind. Chmura’s Bakery has been churning out delicious Polish treats for generations, which makes it a [continue reading]

Winter Shorts Festival | Springfield | January 31-February 3

Jan 31 2019
Published by under Events, Springfield, Theater
2019 Winter Shorts Festival Hosted by The Drama Studio Thursday, January 31, 7:30-9:00pm, Friday, February 1, 7:30-9:00pm
Saturday, February 2, 4:00-5:30pm & 7:30-9:00pm Sunday, February 3, 2:00-3:30pm The Drama Studio, 41 Oakland St, Springfield, MA Facebook event details: Our Annual Winter Shorts Festival will feature five plays written by and [continue reading]

Learn to Skate | Springfield | December 29 & January 5

Dec 27 2018
Learn to Skate Hosted by Springfield Police Department
Saturday December 29 & January 5, 3:00-4:00pm (kids please arrive by 2:30pm)
Cyr Arena, 200 Trafton Rd, Springfield, MA
Facebook event details: “On Saturday afternoon, December 1st, the Stephen O’Brien Memorial Learn to Skate program returns.
In [continue reading]

Christmas Spectacular concert planned at Springfield’s St. Mark Armenian Church

Dec 19 2018
The event, which begins at 4 p.m., will feature Christmas music from female vocal ensemble The September Girls (Jermakian is a member), tenor saxophonist David Jermakian and special guest tenor soloist Philip DerMargosian.
A female vocal ensemble, a saxophonist and a tenor soloist from Paris are on the program for the ninth annual Christmas [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]

Bright Nights at Forest Park – Opening Night | Springfield | November 21

Nov 19 2018
Published by under Events, Holidays, Springfield
Bright Nights at Forest ParkBright Nights Opening Night Admission $6 per car
Wednesday, November 21, 5pm-9pm
Bright Nights at Forest Park, 300 Sumner Avenue, Springfield, MA

Bright Nights at Forest Park is a great holiday season event to check out with the family. It opens this Wednesday and runs through December. Facebook event details: [continue reading]

World War I centennial to be honored by dance troupe

Nov 10 2018
“Remembering the War to End All Wars: A tribute to the Heroes of WWI” will be presented by Small Planet Dancers.
SPRINGFIELD — Historic Classical Inc. at Classical Condominiums is preparing to mark the centennial of the end of World War I and honor the 160 city residents who died protecting their country.
“Remembering [continue reading]

‘I create characters through clothing’: Springfield native, ‘Black Panther’ costume designer Ruth E. Carter visits STCC

Oct 15 2018
Ruth E. Carter was in Springfield for Springfield Technical Community College’s first Comic Fest.
SPRINGFIELD — Anyone looking for advice on how to get into fashion design school, or how to sew a prom dress, should not ask Ruth E. Carter.
“I didn’t study fashion, I can barely sew, I am not a fashion [continue reading]

Springfield requests bids for public art installations

Jul 4 2018
19-005 – Invitation for Bids: Cultural District Public Art Program End date: Tuesday July 31, 2018 at 2 p.m.
The City of Springfield is requesting Bids for public art installations in the Springfield Cultural District. The project is being funded through the City’s annual allocation of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, and as [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]

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