Suggested Events 03/05/11-03/11/11

Discover fun and educational events happening this week in Western Mass, along with announcements, upcoming events, links, resources and the HFVS podcast.

SUGGEST AN EVENT

Winters can be nearly a month longer in the Hilltowns compared to our neighbors down in the Valley - but that doesn’t stop hilltown kids from breaking out their tricycles and scooters before the spring thaw arrives! (Photo credit: Sienna Wildfield)

Suggest an EventIf you have a family friendly event or educational program happening in Western Massachusetts that you’d like to let us know about, post your event on our “Suggest An Event” page. The events below are “suggested.” Please take the time to confirm that these events are happening, along with time, place, age appropriateness and costs before attending.

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On Saturday, March 5th at 10am – FAMILY CONCERT: The Nields will perform a family concert at The First Churches of Northampton, part of the Nonotuck Community School Winter Family Concert Series. Northampton, MA ($)

Then in the evening on Saturday, March 5th from 6:30-10pm – FAMILY POLKA NIGHT:  Cafe Sun’s 2nd annual Sweetheart Family Polka Night at the Sunderland Elementary School (Swampfiled Dr.) with legendary polka band, The Eddie Forman Orchestra. Desserts served. 768-9857 www.cafesun.org Sunderland, MA ($, FUNDRAISER)

On Sunday, March 6th from 10am-5pm – MAPLE FESTIVAL: Head to the Hardwick Winery to take part in their first annual Maple Festival.  Enjoy hayrides, sap boiling demos, ox rides, horse logging demos, a lumberjack contest, petting zoo, and a fire pit to keep warm.  Live jazz from 11-2, and breakfast (for a small fee) from 10-2.  3305 Greenwich Road.  www.hardwickwinery.com.  967-7763.  Ware, MA.  (FREE)

Also on Sunday, March 6th at 12pm- MUSEUM ADVENTURE: Free family day at the Clark!  Explore the museum, attend a family-friendly gallery talk, and then take part in castle building, fantasy creature creation, and macrame bracelet weaving- all inspired by the work of Albrecht Durer.  225 South Street.  www.clarkart.edu.  458-2303.  Williamstown, MA.  ($)

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Saturday, March 12th at 7:30pm – MOMS’ NIGHT OUT WITH THE NIELDS: Hootenanny has been a smashing success and is now a Valley institution for mothers and young children. Many mothers have said “I want a Hootenanny for grownups!” That’s exactly what we’re doing. Join Katryna and Nerissa for an evening of singing, great food, pampering and fun. “Mom’s Night Out with The Nields!” A benefit for MotherWoman. Saturday, March 12, 7:30-10:30pm Eastworks in Easthampton. Cash bar and great door prizes. Motherwoman will honor parent educator, Maria Curtin-McKenna that evening. Please submit a story, with photo, about how Maria has made a difference in your life. Beat the Winter blues. Come sing-along with The Nields! Tickets $22 in advance, $25 at the door. Limited free tickets available for low income moms. www.MotherWoman.org

Sunday, April 10th from 4-7pm – BIRTHDAY BENEFIT BASH: Hilltown Families Birthday Benefit Bash at Bread Euphoria!  A celebration to bring the community together while supporting Hilltown Families with a birthday party!  Family concert with Mister G.  Pizza and birthday cake from Bread Euphoria. Save the date now.  More details to come! Haydenville, MA (FUNDRAISER)

BULLETIN BOARD

ART WORKSHOP: Purim Art Workshops for Parent and Child at Art Always. Make beautiful baskets using a variety of collage materials, and festive masks! Ages 5+. $25 for parent/child pair; $10 for any additional family member. Sunday, 3/13, 1-3pm (you must pre-register by Thurs, 3/10). Arts & Industry Building, 221 Pine St. Florence, MA. www.art-always.com 584-3050

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR HILLTOWN HOMEBUYERS: Buying a House? Financial assistance is available now! Hilltown CDC, on behalf of the towns of Chesterfield and Cummington, has grants up to $4,500 for down payment and closing costs as well as deferred payment loans up to $35,000 as a mortgage subsidy. Home purchase must be in Chesterfield, Cummington, Goshen, Peru, Plainfield, Westhampton, Williamsburg or Worthington. Eligibility requirements must be met including household income level, completion of certified first time homebuyer workshop and first time homebuyer status. Contact Bea at 296-4536, ext 115 or click here for more information about this and other homebuyer activities.

DONATIONS SOUGHT: For the creation and maintenance of an organic flower and vegetable garden at Buckland-Shelburne Elementary School.  The garden will include five raised vegetable beds, a climbing bean tunnel, and a flower garden.  It will be a valuable educational resource and will provide food for students and teachers.  Donations of supplies (or discounts on supplies) and/or funds are being sought.  Specific supplies necessary are topsoil, wood, plants, and/or fencing materials.  On April 30th there will be a workday to being building the garden, and all are welcome to attend.  For more information, contact Emily Crehan at 625-2377 or emilycrehan@yahoo.com.

BABY SIGN LANGUAGE: Free Baby Sign Language Class for parents and their babies on Saturday, March 5th at the Cummington Family Center from 10:00 to noon.  The Cummington Family Center is located in the Cummington Community House at 33 Main St in Cummington.  The class will be taught by Sujata Rege Konowitz, baby sign language instructor.  This new technique of communicating with your baby helps decrease frustration for babies and allows parents and babies to enjoy early interaction.  For more information contact Lee at the Worthington Health Center, 238-5511 x155.   This class is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development with support from the Cummington Family Center. (FREE)

PARENT EDUCATION WORKSHOP SERIES: Three free workshops will be offered at the Bridge Street School in Northampton, MA on Fridays from 9:30-11am: Kids Don’t Come With Instructions (March 11th); Siblings, Will They Ever Leave Each Other Alone? (March 25th); and Who’s in Charge? – Surviving Everyday Routines (April 8th). All workshops are for parents of kids 2-5yo and are led by preschool consultant, Erika Frank. Free childcare available. Pre-reg at 587-1471 or email bblack@northampton-k12.us at least 24 hours in advance. Presented by the Northampton Parents Center and the Northampton Public Schools/Community Partnerships for Children and funded by grants from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care.

SCREENINGS: The Family Resource Center in North Adams offers FREE Ages and Stages Screenings. Infants and young children have so many developmental changes and milestones in the early years, it’s helpful to know where your child is developmentally and how to best support their growth. Ages and Stages is a well respected screening tool that will guide families in understanding their child’s development. The FRC staff will spend an hour with you and your child to go through this screening tool. Please contact their office for more information or an appointment at mzepka@ccberkshire.org or 664-4821

CHILD CARE ASSISTANCE: Need Help Paying for Child Care? The Family Resource Center staff can put families on the Massachusetts Early Education and Care centralized wait list for child care subsidy. The process is very simple and only takes about 10 minutes for you to provide the basic family information needed. Call 664-4821 for more information.

SATURDAY WINTER FARMERS’ MARKETS:

HILLTOWN FAMILY VARIETY SHOW

Hilltown Family Variety ShowTune in every Saturday from 9-10am. Encore episodes are aired every Sunday from 7-8am.

John Boydston of Daddy A-Go-Go Guest DJs the HFVS this week playing music by The Time Outs, The Candy Band, NRBQ, Ziggy Marley, Yosi and the Super Dads and many others!

Families have several ways to tune in to the Hilltown Family Variety Show:

  • Streaming Audio: Surf on over to ValleyFreeRadio.org on Saturday & Sunday mornings and listen to us live via streaming audio.
  • On Your FM Dial: Tune in to WXOJ 103.3FM if you live near Northampton, MA.
  • Podcast: Listen to the most recent episodes of the Hilltown Family Variety Show anytime you wish! Click here to see our current select of episodes, and be sure to subscribe to our podcast too!

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    Saturday, March 5th, 2011

    Hilltown Family Variety Show6-10am – FAMILY RADIO: Valley Free Radio (WXOJ-LP 103.3FM Northampton, MA) offers 4-hours of commercial-free family programing every Saturday, including the Hilltown Family Variety Show and Spare the Rock. Tune in on your FM dial, or listen live via streaming audio at www.valleyfreeradio.org.

    9:30-11:30am - FARM ADVENTURES: Family Farm Days at Red Gate Farm. Explore Maple Sugaring with the kids.  For ages 2-8yo with adult. Snowshoes are available. Call to register. http://www.redgatefarm.org Buckland, MA (>$)

    9:30am-4pm – MAPLE DAYS: Visit Old Sturbridge Village for Maple Days, an opportunity to learn about how maple syrup was produced in the 19th century!  Learn about tree tapping, sap boiling, and cooking with maple syrup, and see the process from start to finish.  40 Stallion Hill Road.  http://www.osv.org.  800-SEE-1830.  Sturbridge, MA.  ($)

    10am-9pm- GIANT SANDBOX: Didn’t get to go south to enjoy a sandy beach for school vacation? Visit the Eastfield Mall for a healthy dose of sand! A giant sandbox has been built in the mall’s food court, containing more than enough sand for you to get your fix of summer. 1655 Boston Road. www.eastfieldmall.com. 543-8000. Springfield, MA (FREE)

    10am – FAMILY CONCERT: The Nields will perform a family concert at The First Churches of Northampton, part of the Nonotuck Community School Winter Family Concert Series. Northampton, MA ($)

    10am-12Noon – BABY SIGN LANGUAGE: Baby sign language classes offered at the Cummington Family Center.  The class will be taught by Sujata Rege Konowitz, baby sign language instructor.  This new technique of communicating with your baby helps decrease frustration for babies and allows parents and babies to enjoy early interaction. 33 Main St. 238-5511 x155 Cummington, MA (FREE)

    10am-2pm – POTTERY SALE: 32nd Annual Pottery and More Seconds Sale sponsored by the Artspace Community Center.  Proceeds from the sale go to support community art and music programs as well as the Strings for Kids program in the Greenfield Public Schools.  1 Lenox Street. www.franklyarts.com.  772-6811. Greenfield, MA.  (FUNDRAISER)

    10am – FAMILY MOVIE: Visit Images in Williamstown and get ready for spring and baseball season by watching the movie “Everyone’s Hero.”  Kids who wear their baseball/softball uniform or a jersey (jacket, cap, etc.) from their favorite team will get a surprise treat. 50 Spring Street.  www.imagescinema.org.  458-1039. Williamstown, MA.  ($)

    10am-4pm – SPRING BULB SHOW: The Botanic Garden of Smith College will have their annual Spring Bulb Show. 16 College Ln. 585-2740 Northampton, MA (>$)

    10am-4pm – MUSEUM ADVENTURES: Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday with Springfield Museums.  Activities throughout the day include a Dr. Seuss cake contest, an art activity, a photo booth, and scavenger hunts within the museum galleries.  21 Edwards Street.  www.springfieldmuseums.org.  800-625-7738.  Springfield, MA.  (FREE with museum admission)

    10am-10pm – WOMEN’S RETREAT: Gathered Resources of Women (GROW) hosts their monthly Red Tent Temple of the Berkshires retreat.  Women 13 and up are invited to attend and take part in drumming, chanting, reiki, massage, singing, story telling, reading, napping, etc.  175 Wendell Avenue.  www.gatheredwomen.org.  Pittsfield, MA.  (FREE)

    10:30am – MUSIC SERIES: Music series at the Jones Library. For kids of all ages.  43 Amity St. www.joneslibrary.org 259-3090 Amherst, MA. (FREE)

    11am-12Noon – STORY TIME: Stories from Natures Garden at the Lee Library (100 Main St.). Join Anne Gannon, horticulturist with The Trustees of Reservations, for a program of stories and activities sharing the wonders of nature in all seasons. Open to ages 2-7 with caregivers (older siblings welcome). To sign-up or for more information email rborsody@cwmars.org or call the Lee Library at 243-0385 Lee, MA (FREE)

    11am-3pm – SUMMER CAMP FAIR: Head to Wildwood Elementary in Amherst for the second annual summer camp fair!  Sponsored by Amherst’s LSSE, the fair offers information about many of the numerous summer programs available in the valley, and there will be a special performance by Ed the Wizard from 12-3!  71 Strong Street.  http://www.lsse.org.  259-3065.  Amherst, MA.  (FREE!)

    11:30am – PUPPET SHOW: Rumpelstiltskin with The Robbins-Zust marionetts at The Marketplace Cafe.  53 North St. 358-4777 Pittsfield, MA (FREE)

    12:30-2pm – ART CLASS: Artist Numa Navarro teaches collage and acrylic techniques.  Participants will create paintings of butterflies, using author/illustrator Eric Carle’s books for inspiration.  Ages 7-11, pre-registration required.  44 Oak Street. www.springfieldlibrary.org.  263-6846.  Indian Orchard, MA.  (FREE)

    1:30pm – KNITTING/CRAFT GROUP: Get-Together Knitting Bees & Crafting a Elmer’s. Ashfield, MA (FREE)

    1-3pm - PRESCHOOL EXPO: Visit First Church for the Franklin County Preschool Expo to learn about childcare, playgroups, preschool and more in the Franklin County area.  43 Silver Street.  774-3449.  Greenfield, MA.  (FREE)

    1-4pm – MUSEUM ADVENTURES: Find out what it’s like to be a museum curator.  Explore the galleries and try your hand at designing and labeling a mock min-exhibition.  Don’t forget to vote for the exhibition you’d like to see next.  Williams College Museum of Art. 15 Lawrence Hall Drive. www.wcma.org.  597-2429.  Williamstown, MA.  (FREE)

    1-6pm – ANIMAL TRACKING: Visit the Leverett Library for an afternoon of learning about animal tracks and signs.  Great for ages 8+, the program will take place both indoors and outdoors (weather permitting).  75 Montague Road.  www.leverettlibrary.org.  548-9220.  Leverett, MA.  (FREE)

    2pm and 7:30pm – FAMILY THEATER: Amherst Regional High School presents the musical “City of Angels.”  Good seats go fast, so get tickets while you still can!  21 Mattoon Street.  http://www.arhsparentcenter.org.  362-1701.  Amherst, MA.  ($$)
    2-3:30pm – BOOK GROUP: Family Adventures in Reading (FAIR) begins at Central Branch Library.  The program is a series of book discussion get-togethers following family book reading.  Each book and discussion follows a different theme.  220 State Street.  www.springfieldlibrary.org.  263-6828. Springfield, MA.  (FREE)

    3:30-5pm – CHESS CLUB: For kids ages 7 & older is Chess Club at the Jones Library with Andy Morris-Friedman. www.joneslibrary.org Amherst, MA (FREE)

    6:30-10pm – FAMILY POLKA NIGHT: Celebrate V Day at the Cafe Sun’s 2nd annual Sweetheart Family Polka Night at the Sunderland Elementary School (Swampfiled Dr.) with legendary polka band, The Eddie Forman Orchestra. Desserts served. 768-9857 www.cafesun.org Sunderland, MA ($, FUNDRAISER)

    7pm – JUGGLING COMEDIANS: The Flying Karamazov Brothers will perform at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center (14 Castle St.). 528-0100 http://www.mahaiwe.org Great Barrington, MA ($$)

    8pm – FAMILY THEATER: UMass students perform the US premier (and first English adaptation) of Night on the Galactic Railroad, a popular children’s story from Japan.  374 Whitmore Building.  545-0415.  Amherst, MA.  ($)



    Sunday, March 6th, 2011

    Sunday brunch at your local sugar shack!

    Hilltown Family Variety Show7-8am – FAMILY RADIO: Valley Free Radio (WXOJ-LP 103.3FM Northampton, MA) airs encores the Hilltown Family Variety Show every Sunday morning. Tune in on your FM dial, or listen live via streaming audio at www.valleyfreeradio.org.

    9:30am-4pm – MAPLE DAYS: Visit Old Sturbridge Village for Maple Days, an opportunity to learn about how maple syrup was produced in the 19th century!  Learn about tree tapping, sap boiling, and cooking with maple syrup, and see the process from start to finish.  40 Stallion Hill Road.  http://www.osv.org.  800-SEE-1830.  Sturbridge, MA.  ($)

    10am-4pm – SPRING BULB SHOW: The Botanic Garden of Smith College will have their annual Spring Bulb Show. 16 College Ln. 585-2740 Northampton, MA (>$)

    10am-5pm – MAPLE FESTIVAL: Head to the Hardwick Winery to take part in their first annual Maple Festival.  Enjoy hayrides, sap boiling demos, ox rides, horse logging demos, a lumberjack contest, petting zoo, and a fire pit to keep warm.  Live jazz from 11-2, and breakfast (for a small fee) from 10-2.  3305 Greenwich Road.  www.hardwickwinery.com.  967-7763.  Ware, MA.  (FREE)

    11am-6pm- GIANT SANDBOX: Didn’t get to go south to enjoy a sandy beach for school vacation? Visit the Eastfield Mall for a healthy dose of sand! A giant sandbox has been built in the mall’s food court, containing more than enough sand for you to get your fix of summer. 1655 Boston Road. www.eastfieldmall.com. 543-8000. Springfield, MA (FREE)

    11:30am-9pm – ICE SKATING: Outdoor ice pavilion (435 Main Rd.). No skate rentals. 528-1443 x248 Monterey, MA (FREE)

    11:45-3pm - SNOWSHOEING AND YOGA: Join the Trustees of Reservations for the Frosty Showshoe, Toasty Yoga event!  Get your older kids out of the house and head for a guided snowshoe hike at Mt. Warner, and stretch and relax your body afterwards with yoga at Ananda Studio.  Showshoe rentals available for a fee.  Mt. Warner Road.  http://www.thetrustees.org.  532-1631 ex. 13.  Hadley, MA.  ($)

    12pm- MUSEUM ADVENTURE: Free family day at the Clark!  Explore the museum, attend a family-friendly gallery talk, and then take part in castle building, fantasy creature creation, and macrame bracelet weaving- all inspired by the work of Albrecht Durer.  225 South Street.  www.clarkart.edu.  458-2303.  Williamstown, MA.  ($)

    1-4pm – ART ACTIVITIES: Join other families in the Art Studio at the Eric Carle Museum. 125 West Bay Rd. 658-1100 Amherst, MA (FREE w/museum admission)

    1-4pm – COLLEGE FAIR: Head to the Big E for the Springfield National College Fair.  Meet with admissions representatives from a variety of schools all over the country.  1305 Memorial Avenue.  703-836-2222.  West Springfield, MA.  (FREE)

    1-2:50pm – ICE SKATING: Public ice skating at Collins/Moylan Arena (41 Barr Ave.). Skate rentals available. 772-6891 Greenfield, MA ($)

    2pm - DR. SEUSS PARTY: Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday with cake and a concert with Roger Tincknell at the Shutesbury Town Hall!  1 Cooleyville Road.  259-9296.  Shutesbury, MA.  (FREE!)

    ♦ 2-3:50pm – ICE SKATING: Public ice skating at Smead Arena (1780 Roosevelt Ave.) Skate rentals available. 781-2599 Springfield, MA ($)

    2-4pm – MUSIC: Old Time String Band at the Blue House Cafe (Route 9) with Karl Ferret and a crowd of “a-pickin’ and a-grinnin’” musicians. Menu available. 268-7441 http://www.bluehousecafe.info Haydenville, MA (FREE)

    3-5pm – ICE SKATING: Public ice skating at Lassone Ice Rink. No rentals, so bring your own skates. Sharpening is available. Refreshments for sale. 529-3000 Easthampton, MA (>$)

    7:30-8:30pm - WOMEN’S SONG CIRCLE: Jewish Women’s Song Circle happens at Cradle with Felicia Sloin. Explore Jewish connections through song, chant, and meditation. Singing experience, affiliation, and knowledge of Hebrew are not necessary. 737-2601 www.feliciasloin.com (FREE)


    Monday, March 7th, 2011

    REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Historic Deerfield hosts a homeschool program- “Art and Craft of the Colonial World.”  Homeschool families are invited to learn about objects on display at the Flynt Center and take part in activities such as ceramics, working on a loom, and woodworking.  84 Old Main Street.  http://www.historic-deerfield.org.  774-5581.  Deerfield, MA.  ($)

    9-10:30am – PARENT SEMINAR: The Springfield Parent Academy hosts a workshop of MCAS testing. Learn how testing works, what it’s currently used for, try some samply MCAS questions, and learn about resources available to help your child prepare for the test. 200 Birnie Avenue. http://www.springfieldparentacademy.com. 787-7320. Springfield, MA. (FREE!)

    9am- 12noon – COLLEGE FAIR: Head to the Big E for the Springfield National College Fair! Meet with admissions representatives from a variety of schools all over the country. 1305 Memorial Avenue.  703-836-2222. West Springfield, MA. (FREE!)

    10am-4pm – SPRING BULB SHOW: The Botanic Garden of Smith College will have their annual Spring Bulb Show. 16 College Ln. 585-2740 Northampton, MA (>$)

    4-5pm – ARTS AND CRAFTS: Visit the Greenfield Public Library for On the Same Page, a kids story and craft time. The book this week is Nora Dooley’s Everybody Cooks Rice. and participants will create a mural after reading and discussing the book. 402 Main Street. www.greenfieldpubliclibrary.org. 772-1544. Greenfield, MA. (FREE!)

    7pm- PARENT/TEEN LECTURE: Bring older students to Williams College for a lecture by Carole Counihan on the relationship between gender and food activism. 880 Main Street. www.williams.edu. 597-4277. Williamstown, MA. (FREE!)

    7-8:30 – CREATIVE MOVEMENT FOR BIRTH: Visit the Center for Midwifery for a class on movements to aid in childbirth. Women in all trimesters of pregnancy invited to attend along with their partners. 30 Locust Street. www.warmwelcomebirth.com. 203-4479. Northampton, MA. (FREE!)

    MONDAY PLAYGROUPS

    • Northampton 9:30-11:30am : Playgroup at the Northampton Parent Center. 582-2636 http://www.northamptonparentscenter.org (FREE, DONATION)
    • Northampton 11:00am: Tummy Time at the Forbes Library. 587-1011 www.forbeslibrary.org (FREE) - Closed due to carpet installation.
    • South Hadley 9:30-11am: Drop-in playgroups at the South Hadley Family Center at All Saints’ Episcopal Church on Route 116, across from the Post Office in South Hadley Center (7 Woodbridge St.). 533-7096 www.shfamilycenter.org (FREE) (mid Sept-May)
    • Williamstown 10am: Play and Learn Group at the Williamstown Youth Center. www.williamstownyouthcenter.org (FREE)

    MONDAY STORY TIMES

    • Northampton 10:30am: Storytime with Ellie at the Forbes Library. 587-1011 www.forbeslibrary.org (FREE) – Closed due to carpet installation.

    MONDAY PARENT SUPPORT GROUPS

    • Northampton 12Noon – 1pm: Mother-Mother Breastfeeding group hosted by a certified lactation consultant every Monday at Cooley Dickinson Hospital. 582-2096 (FREE)

    MONDAY OTHER ONGOING

    • Greenfield 2-3:50pm: Public ice skating at Collins/Moylan Arena (41 Barr Ave.). Skate rentals available. 772-6891 ($)
    • Holyoke ♦ 12-2:20pm: Public ice skating at Fitzpatrick Arena (575 Maple St.) Skate rentals available. 532-2929 ($)
    • Montague 6:30pm: Evening Sing-Along at the Montague Center Library. Children of all ages and their families are invited to join Children’s Librarian Linda Hickman for a fun informal live music. Linda plays a variety of children’s music on the guitar and banjo, and there are bells and shakers for the children to play. For more information, call the Carnegie Library- 863-3214.
    • North Adams 5:30pm: Haskins Gym Group at the Haskins Community Center (210 State St.). 663-6593 (FREE)
    • Springfield 11am-12:50pm: Public ice skating at Smead Arena (1780 Roosevelt Ave.) Skate rentals available. 781-2599 ($)

    Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

    10am-4pm – SPRING BULB SHOW: The Botanic Garden of Smith College will have their annual Spring Bulb Show. 16 College Ln. 585-2740 Northampton, MA (>$)

    TUESDAY PLAYGROUPS

    • Amherst ♦ 9am-1pm: Drop-in playgroup at the Amherst Family Center, downtown at the Unitarian Meetinghouse (121 North Pleasant St.). Use rear entrance. 256-1145 (FREE)
    • Belchertown ♦ 9:30am-12:30pm: The Belchertown Family Center (720 Franklin St.) is open for drop-in playgroups for families with children 0-5yo. 283-7594 www.belchertownfamilycenter.org (FREE, DONATION)
    • Easthampton ♦ 10-11:30am: Drop-in playgroup at the Easthampton Family Center (43 Main St.). www.easthamptonfamilycenter.org (FREE)
    • Greenfield ♦ 10am-12Noon: Drop-in playgroups at the Greenfield Family Center (90 Federal St.). 475-1553 (FREE)
    • North Adams ♦ 10am: Preschool Play and Learn Group at the Haskins Community Center (210 State St.). 663-6593 (FREE)
    • Northampton ♦ 9:30-11:30am: Playgroup at the Northampton Parent Center. 582-2636 http://www.northamptonparentscenter.org (FREE, DONATION)
    • Sandisfield ♦ 9:30-11:30am: Playgroup at Sandisfield Old Town Hall. 644-0104 (FREE)
    • South Hadley ♦ 9:30-11am: Drop-in playgroups at the South Hadley Family Center at All Saints’ Episcopal Church on Route 116, across from the Post Office in South Hadley Center (7 Woodbridge St.). 533-7096 www.shfamilycenter.org (FREE)
    • Sunderland ♦ 9:30-11:30am: Drop-in playgroup at the Sunderland Elementary School (27 Old Amherst Rd.) 475-1553 (FREE)
    • West Springfield ♦ 10am-12Noon: Drop-in playgroup at the First Congregational Church (20 Lathrop St.) for all parents and caregivers of babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. 734-7667 (FREE)
    • West Stockbridge ♦ 9:30-11:30am: Playgroup at W. Stockbridge Town Hall. Gym Fun. 644-0104 (FREE)

    TUESDAY STORY TIMES

    • Florence 10am: Kulp Memorial Lap Sitting at the Lilly Library for youngest ones 587-1500 www.lillylibrary.org (FREE)
    • Florence 11am: Toddler Time at the Lilly Library. 587-1500 www.lillylibrary.org (FREE)
    • Greenfield 10-11am: Pre-School Storyhour at the Greenfield Public Library (402 Main Street). Mrs. Sally Ahearn leads this story time for children ages 5 and under. 772-1544 www.greenfieldpubliclibrary.org (FREE)
    • Hatfield 11:00am: Preschool story hour lead by Carolyn Mazel at the Hatfield Library (39 Main St.). Geared to ages 3-5, each story hour includes books, songs, finger plays, a play along with musical instruments, and a simple craft. 247-9097 (FREE)
    • Lenox 11am: Toddler Story Time at the Lenox Library (18 Main Street). Story Time is for children age 18 months to 3 years. Children & their caregivers sing songs, learn finger plays & listen to a story. Following the structured program, participants are invited to stay so that the children can play together & their caregivers can visit. (FREE)

    TUESDAY PARENT SUPPORT GROUPS

    • Amherst 9am-12Noon: Grandparent support group at the Unitarian Meeting House (121 North Pleasant St.) Amherst Family Center with Ann Marie Meltzer. (FREE)
    • Leverett ♦ 7:30-9pm: MOCAI’s Women’s Circle at the Quaker Meeting House (Long Plain Rd.) Weekly drop-in circle for women of color. Circles host a range of activities to suport and build community, with monthly guest facilitators. Babies in arms welcomed. No childcare. http://www.mocai.org (FREE)
    • North Adams ♦ 10am: Berkshire Nursing Families at the Haskin Community Center (210 State St.). 663-6593 (FREE)
    • Northampton 10:15-12:15am: MotherWoman Postpartum Support Group at the Community Action Building (56 Vernon St.). Confidential drop-in group for mothers of infants and babies up to one year old who are experiencing a challenging postpartum time. Expectant mothers welcome. Free childcare up to four years old. 253-8990 wwwmotherwoman.org (FREE)
    • Northampton 1-3pm: New Mothers Circle at Cradle. 341-5282 www.cradlefamily.com (FREE)
    • Northampton ♦ 6pm: Valley Single Parent Support Group at Cradle. 341-5282

    OTHER TUESDAY ONGOING

    • Amherst 2:15pm: Baby-friendly movie screening at the Amherst Cinema. ($)
    • Florence 4:30pm: I Can Read Book Club at the Lilly Library. 587-1500 www.lillylibrary.org (FREE)
    • Greenfield 2-3:50pm: Public ice skating at Collins/Moylan Arena (41 Barr Ave.). Skate rentals available. 772-6891 ($)
    • Holyoke ♦ 11am-12:50pm & 1-2:50pm: Public ice skating at Fitzpatrick Arena (575 Maple St.) Skate rentals available. 532-2929 ($)
    • Huntington 9:30-11:30am: School Readiness Program at the Gateway Family Center. 667.2203 www.hchcweb.org (FREE)
    • Pittsfield 12:30pm: Chow Time in the aquarium at 12:30pm at the Berkshire Museum. 443-7171 www.berkshiremuseum.org (FREE w/museum admission)
    • Springfield 10:45am-12:35pm: Public ice skating at Smead Arena (1780 Roosevelt Ave.) Skate rentals available. 781-2599 ($)

    Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

    INTERGENERATIONAL MUSIC CLASS: Sample class of Music Together for Valley Families, offering this parent/child music and movement program in an intergenerational format at The Birch Manor Nursing Home in Chicopee. Call (413) 259-9400  or see http://www.valleymusicgroup.com for more information. Please call for class time and to reserve a space. Chicopee, MA (FREE)

    9-10:30am – PARENT SEMINAR: The Springfield Parent Academy hosts a workshop of MCAS testing. Learn how testing works, what it’s currently used for, try some sample MCAS questions, and learn about resources available to help your child prepare for the test. This seminar is in Spanish. 200 Birnie Avenue. http://www.springfieldparentacademy.com. 787-7320. Springfield, MA. (FREE!)

    10am-4pm – SPRING BULB SHOW: The Botanic Garden of Smith College will have their annual Spring Bulb Show. 16 College Ln. 585-2740 Northampton, MA (>$)

    10:30am-1:45pm – HOMESCHOOL FIELD TRIP: Head to West Hartford and visit the Children’s Museum for a day of special programs designed for homeschooling families.  The museum is open from 9-4, and a schedule of the available programs is available at the museum’s website.  Activity themes include engineering, forensics, planets, and geology.  Great for ages 5-13, pre-registration required.  950 Trout Brook Drive.  ww.thechildrensmuseumct.org.  860-231-2824.  West Hartford, CT.  ($$)

    4:3p & 5:30pm – PARENTING SUPPORT: STRIDES Human Performance Institute will offer a presentation titled: “Who Is the Leading Expert In Your Family? YOU Are!” Children welcomed. 39 Carlon Dr. 586-5000 Northampton, MA (FREE)

    4:30-6pm – TEEN ART: Introduction to cartooning & drawing with artist Michael Cady at the Indian Orchard Branch Library every Wed through March 30th.  Teens ages 12-17 can learn about the different styles of cartooning and encouraged to develop their own styles.  They will also create realistic work through drawing. Students are encouraged to attend all classes. Call to sign up 263-6846 44 Oak Street. Springfield, MA (FREE)

    5:30-7pm – PARENT SEMINAR: The Springfield Parent Academy hosts a workshop of MCAS testing. Learn how testing works, what it’s currently used for, try some sample MCAS questions, and learn about resources available to help your child prepare for the test. This seminar is also available in Spanish. 315 North Branch Parkway. http://www.springfieldparentacademy.com. 787-7250. Springfield, MA. (FREE!)

    6:30pm – TEENS: Teen Reading Group meets at the Huntington Library to discuss “TTYL” by Lauren Myracle. Next month’s book is “The Boy Who Couldn’t Die” by William Sleator. 7 East Main St. 667-3506 http://www.thehuntingtonpubliclibrary.org Huntington, MA (FREE)

    6:30-8:30pm – PARENTS NIGHT OUT: Visit Forbes LIbrary for a workshop on fulfilling your own needs as a parent or caregiver. Entitled  “Put the Oxygen Mask on You First,” the workshop will teach useful tools and new ideas for creating balance and meaning in parental roles. 20 West Street. www.forbeslibrary.org. 587-1011. Northampton, MA. (FREE!)

    6:30-11pm – PARENTS NIGHT OUT: Swing dancing at the Northampton Center for the Arts! Take a lesson early in the evening, then dance your heart out until 11! 17 New South Street. www.nohoarts.org. 584-7327. Northampton, MA ($)

    7-8:30pm – NATURE STUDIES: The Sudden and Unexpected Decline of Massachusetts Bats for ages 10yo+at Northfield Mountain Recreation and Environmental Center (99 Millers Falls Rd.). (800) 859-2960 Northfield, MA (FREE)

    7pm – FOR CAREGIVERS: Laurel Kennedy, Author of The Daughter Trap: Taking Care of Mom, Dad… And You will speak at the new Jewish Family Service Office located at the Springfield Jewish Community Center (1160 Dickinson St.). 737-2601 Springfield, MA (FREE)

    WEDNESDAY PLAYGROUPS

    • Amherst 9am-12Noon: Drop-in playgroup at the Amherst Family Center, downtown at the Unitarian Meetinghouse (121 North Pleasant St.). Use rear entrance. 256-1145 (FREE)
    • Belchertown ♦ 9:30am-12:30pm: The Belchertown Family Center (720 Franklin St.) is open for drop-in playgroups for families with children 0-5yo. 283-7594 www.belchertownfamilycenter.org (FREE, DONATION)
    • Cummington ♦ 9:30-11:30am: Drop-in playgroup at the Cummington Family Center, located in the rear of the Cummington Community House on Main St. www.cummingtonfamilycenter.org (FREE)
    • Greenfield 10am-12Noon: Drop-in playgroups at the Greenfield Family Center (90 Federal St.). 475-1553 (FREE)
    • Huntington 10am-12Noon: Drop in playgroup at the Gateway Family Center. 667.2203 www.hchcweb.org (FREE)
    • Lenox 9:30-11:30am: Playgroup at Lenox Community Center. 644-0104 (FREE)
    • North Adams ♦ 10am: Toddler Play and Learn Group at the Haskin Community Center (210 State St.). 663-6593 (FREE)
    • Northampton ♦ 9:30-11:30am: Playgroup at the Northampton Parent Center. 582-2636 http://www.northamptonparentscenter.org (FREE, DONATION)
    • South Hadley 11am-12Noon: Parent with infant group at the South Hadley Family Center at All Saints’ Episcopal Church on Route 116, across from the Post Office in South Hadley Center (7 Woodbridge St.). 533-7096 www.shfamilycenter.org (FREE)
    • Turners Falls 9:30am-12Noon: Drop-in playgroup at the Gill-Montague Family Center (78 Avenue A). 863-4805 (FREE)
    • Ware 9:30-11:30am: Drop-in playgroups at the Ware Family Center in the United Church of Ware building (49 Church St.). 967-8127 (FREE)

    WEDNESDAY STORY TIME

    • Chesterfield ♦ 10:15am: : Children’s story hour at the Chesterfield Public Library. 296-4735 (FREE)
    • Leverett 10:30am: Children’s story hour at the Leverett Library. www.leverettlibrary.org
    • New Marlborough 10am: Library Story hour. 644-0104 (FREE)
    • Northampton 11am: Toddler Time at the Forbes Library. 587-1011 www.forbeslibrary.org (FREE) -  Closed due to carpet installation.
    • Northampton 4pm:Parenting/Baby Group at the Forbes Library. Call to pre-register. 587-1011 www.forbeslibrary.org (FREE) – Closed due to carpet installation.
    • Northfield 10am: Story time at the Northfield Public Library. with stories, crafts and snacks. 498-2455 www.northfieldpubliclibrary.org (FREE)
    • Stockbridge ♦ 10am: Stores and crafts led by Vicky Cooper at the Stockbridge Library. (FREE)
    • Williamsburg 10:30am: Preschool Storytime at the Meekins Library with Children’s Librarian Rochelle Wildfong. (FREE)

    WEDNESDAY PARENT SUPPORT GROUPS

    • Amherst 9:45-11:15am: MotherWoman Group: Getting Real About Motherhood. Expectant mothers welcomed. The are snacks and childcare for kids 4yo & younger. MotherWoman trained facilitator in the basement of the Unitarian Church (Amherst Family Center). Run by a MotherWoman trained facilitator. 253-8990 www.motherwoman.org (FREE)
    • Holyoke ♦ 1pm: MotherWoman Postpartum Support Group at Midwifery Care of Holyoke (230 Maple St.). 534-2700 (FREE)

    OTHER WEDNESDAY ONGOING


    Thursday, March 10th, 2011

    9:30-10:30am – INTERGENERATIONAL T’AI CHI: Free T’ai Chi classes in Williamsburg! Open to people of all ages, but please pre-register! 141 Main Street. 268-8400. Williamsburg, MA. (FREE!)

    10am-4pm – SPRING BULB SHOW: The Botanic Garden of Smith College will have their annual Spring Bulb Show. 16 College Ln. 585-2740 Northampton, MA (>$)

    10am & 1pm - PUPPET THEATER: Crabgrass Puppet Theater perform The Day It Snowed Tortillas at the Shea Theater (71 Avenue A). 863-2281 www.theshea.org Turners Falls, MA (>$)

    4-5pm – TWEENS/TEENS:  Teens are invited to join the Forest Park Branch Library Book Blasters.  Meet every second Thursday to discuss and share books. Pre-reg  263- 6843 380 Belmont Ave. Springfield, MA (FREE)

    4:30pm & 5:30pm – PARENTING SUPPORT: STRIDES Human Performance Institute will offer a presenation titled: “Who Is the Leading Expert In Your Family? YOU Are!” Children welcomed. 39 Carlon Dr. 586-5000 Northampton, MA (FREE)

    5:30-7pm – PARENTING WORKSHOP: “Because I Said So! How to Engage Cooperation with Children” with Sarah Getoff, M.Ed., LMHC at the Holyoke Community Charter School. 2200 Northampton St. Reserve seat: 586-3653 Holyoke, MA (FREE)

    6-7:30pm - PARENT SEMINAR: The Springfield Parent Academy hosts a workshop of MCAS testing. Learn how testing works, what it’s currently used for, try some samply MCAS questions, and learn about resources available to help your child prepare for the test. This seminar is in Spanish. 45 Sumner Avenue. http://www.springfieldparentacademy.com. 787-7430. Springfield, MA. (FREE!)

    THURSDAY PLAYGROUPS

    • Amherst 9am-1pm: Drop-in playgroup at the Amherst Family Center, downtown at the Unitarian Meetinghouse (121 North Pleasant St.). Use rear entrance. 256-1145 (FREE)
    • Belchertown ♦ 9:30am-12:30pm: The Belchertown Family Center (720 Franklin St.) is open for drop-in playgroups for families with children 0-5yo. 283-7594 www.belchertownfamilycenter.org (FREE, DONATION)
    • Cummington ♦ 10am-12Noon: Babygroup for newborn to walking at the Cummington Family Center, located in the rear of the Cummington Community House on Main St. www.cummingtonfamilycenter.org (FREE)
    • Great Barrington 1-3pm: Infant/Toddler Playgroup Group at the CHP Family Services Building (442 Stockbridge Rd.) 644-0104 www.communityhealthprograms.org (FREE)
    • Northampton ♦ 9:30-11:30am: Music class at the Northampton Parent Center. 582-2636 http://www.northamptonparentscenter.org (FREE, DONATION)
    • Northampton 1pm: Baby playgroup at the Forbes Library. 587-1011 www.forbeslibrary.org (FREE) (call to confirm they have reopened)
    • South Hadley 9:30-11am: Drop-in playgroups at the South Hadley Family Center at All Saints’ Episcopal Church on Route 116, across from the Post Office in South Hadley Center (7 Woodbridge St.). 533-7096 www.shfamilycenter.org (FREE)
    • Sunderland 9:30-11:30am: Drop-in playgroup at the Sunderland Elementary School (27 Old Amherst Rd.) 475-1553 (FREE)
    • Ware9:30-11:30am: Drop-in playgroups at the Ware Family Center in the United Church of Ware building (49 Church St.). 967-8127 (FREE)

    THURSDAY STORY TIME

    • Amherst 10:30am: Preschool Story Time at the Jones Library in the Children’s Room. www.joneslibrary.org (FREE)
    • Dalton 10am: Story time at the Dalton Free Public Library (462 Main St.) for preschool kids. 684-6112 (FREE)
    • Florence 10am: Pre-school Story Time at the Lilly Library. 587-1500 www.lillylibrary.org (FREE)
    • Lee 10:30-11am: Story time at the Lee Library (100 Main St.) for kids 2.5-5yo and their caregivers. 243-0385 (FREE)
    • Lenox ♦ 11-11:45am: Preschool Story-Craft for children ages three to five at the Lenox Library Association featuring stories, songs and follow-along activities followed by a craft related to the story. 637-0197 x105 (FREE)

    THURSDAY PARENT SUPPORT GROUPS

    • Greenfield 10am-12Noon: Grandparent Support Group at the Greenfield Family Center (90 Federal St.). 475-1553 (FREE)

    OTHER THURSDAY ONGOING

    • Great Barrington 9am: Kids’ Kitchen with Melanie Seserman at the CHP Family Services Building (442 Stockbridge Rd.). A cooking class for kids 2.5-5yo to learn about healthy food choices. www.communityhealthprograms.org 644-0104 (FREE)
    • Greenfield 2-3:50pm: Public ice skating at Collins/Moylan Arena (41 Barr Ave.). Skate rentals available. 772-6891 ($)
    • Holyoke ♦ 12:30-2:20pm: Public ice skating at Fitzpatrick Arena (575 Maple St.) Skate rentals available. 532-2929 ($)
    • North Adams 11:30am: Teen to 23 Group at the Haskins Community Center (210 State St.). 663-6593 (FREE)
    • Northampton ♦ 3:45-4:30pm: Karma hosts a children’s yoga class for kids ages 6-10yo. Stretches, poses and yoga/theater games. Pre-register. 727-8143 http://www.bekarma.com Northampton, MA ($)
    • Springfield 10:45am-12:35pm: Public ice skating at Smead Arena (1780 Roosevelt Ave.). Skate rentals available. 781-2599 ($)

    Friday, March 11th, 2011

    9:30-11am – PARENTING WORKSHOP: “Don’t Come with Instructions,” a workshop with preschool consultant Erika Frank on strategies to use everyday when your children push the boundaries and test the limits will be held at the Bridge Street School. For parents of 2-5yo kids. Free childcare available. Pre-Reg 587-1471 Northampton, MA (FREE)

    10am-4pm – SPRING BULB SHOW: The Botanic Garden of Smith College will have their annual Spring Bulb Show. 16 College Ln. 585-2740 Northampton, MA (>$)

    4pm – MUSEUM ADVENTURE: Fun hands-on art activities at the Smith College Museum of Art!  The activity will be followed by a free gallery talk called “Open Eyes: Looking at the Whitfield Lovell.”  There will also be give-aways and a drawing for a free museum membership.  Elm Street at Bedford Terrace.  585-2760.  Northampton, MA.  (FREE!)

    5-8pm in Northampton: Northampton Arts Night Out

    5:30-7pm in Northampton: Family pool night at the YMCA. Free for members. 584.7086 www.hrymca.org (>$)

    6:30pm – TWEENS/TEENS: “Magic: The Gathering” card group forming at the Huntington Library. Join other gamers, bring cards, stop by and see what it’s all about. 7 East Main St. 667-3506 http://www.thehuntingtonpubliclibrary.org Huntington, MA (FREE)

    7pm – WEST AFRICAN MUSIC: Inanna, Sisters in Rhythm will perform at the First Congregational Church in Ashfield.  The group plays music from West Africa, combining vocals with traditional drums and other instruments.  A unique multicultural experience!  429 Main Street.  Ashfield, MA.  ($)

    7:30pm – CARTOON FESTIVAL: Looney Tunes Cartoon Festival with Pothole Pictures at Memorial Hall Theater (51 Bridge St.). 625-2896 www.shelburnefallsmemorialhall.org Shelburne Falls, MA (>$)

    7:30pm – FAMILY THEATER: Academy Youth Productions at the Academy of Music presents “Willy Wonka Jr.”  With a cast of youth ages 7-13, the show features songs from the movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.  274 Main Street.  584-9032.  Northampton, MA.  (>$)

    FRIDAY PLAYGROUPS

    • Amherst 9am-12Noon: Drop-in playgroup at the Amherst Family Center, downtown at the Unitarian Meetinghouse (121 North Pleasant St.). Use rear entrance. 256-1145 (FREE)
    • Colrain 9:30-11:30am: Drop-in playgroup at the Colrain Community Church (306 Main Rd.). 475-1553 (FREE)
    • Cummington ♦ 9:30-11:30am: Drop-in playgroup at the Cummington Family Center, located in the rear of the Cummington Community House on Main St. Fridays in March offer Creative Dance with Maureen Shea! www.cummingtonfamilycenter.org (FREE)
    • Easthampton ♦ 10-11:30am: Drop-in playgroup at the Easthampton Family Center (43 Main St.). www.easthamptonfamilycenter.org (FREE)
    • Huntington 3pm: Drop in playgroup at the Gateway Family Center. 667.2203 www.hchcweb.org (FREE)
    • North Adams 10am: Baby Group at the Haskins Community Center (210 State St.). 663-6593 (FREE)
    • Stockbridge 9am : The Berkshire Day School (Route 183) welcomes all to a Music & Me playgroup for kids 2-4yo. This is an hour long circle time with sing-alongs, story and crafts. 637-0755 www.berkshirecountryday.org (FREE)
    • Turners Falls 9:30am-12Noon: Drop-in playgroup at the Gill-Montague Family Center (78 Avenue A). 863-4805 (FREE)

    FRIDAY STORY TIME

    • Colrain 11am: Preschool story hour at the Griswold Memorial Library. 624-3619 (FREE)
    • Florence 10am: Mother Goose: Music, Stories and Movement – at the Lilly Library. 587-1500 www.lillylibrary.org (FREE)
    • Greenfield 11am: Mother Goose on the Loose makes early learning lots of hands-on fun with songs, rhymes, and activities geared for the 3 and under audience. www.greenfieldpubliclibrary.org (FREE)

    FRIDAY PARENT SUPPORT GROUPS

    • Greenfield ♦ 10-11:30am: Franklin County Postpartum Support Group: This is Harder Than I Thought. At the Community Action Family Center (90 Federal St.). Drop-in for mothers of infants and babies experiencing postpartum. Expecting mothers welcomed. 774-1000 x2015
    • Pittsfield 10am-12Noon: New Moms Support Group. Drop in support group for new and expecting mothers. Babies welcomed. At Bizy B’s Boutique. 6 Burbank St. (DONATION)

    OTHER FRIDAY ONGOING

    • Amherst 9:30am: Pre-school Spanish immersion program for kids under 6yo at the First Baptist Church. (954) 829-5233 (FREE)
    • Greenfield 2-3:50pm: Public ice skating at Collins/Moylan Arena (41 Barr Ave.). Skate rentals available. 772-6891 ($)
    • Holyoke ♦ 9:30-10:30am:Read to Grow preschool program at the Children’s Museum (444 Dwight St.). 536-5437 (>$)
    • Holyoke ♦ 1-2:50pm: Public ice skating at Fitzpatrick Arena (575 Maple St.) Skate rentals available. 532-2929 ($)
    • Pittsfield 10am & 11am: Aquarium Adventures. Each week children ages 2-4 meet a different animal from Berkshire Museum’s aquarium and watch as their new friend enjoys a meal. Story time is included. Free with Museum admission.
    • Springfield 10:30am-12:20pm: Public ice skating at Smead Arena (1780 Roosevelt Ave.). Skate rentals available. 781-2599 ($)
    • Springfield 2pm: Planetarium show at the Springfield Museum. 263-6800 www.springfieldmuseums.org(>$)

    1 Comment

    1. March 11, 2011 at 6:21 am

      Tom Ricardi event in Conway has been cancelled. Was scheduled for March 11 at 3:20.


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