Suggested Events for Aug 6th-12th, 2011

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

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It's blueberry season! Whether you like to pick your blueberries off of the high bushes, or rake them off the low ones, there are many places to PYO in Western MA and a couple of festivals to celebrate all things blueberry this weekend. (Photo credit: Sienna Wildfield)

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On Saturday, August 6th from 11am-5pm – BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL:   10th Annual Wild Blueberry Jubilee at The Benson Place.  Learn about low bush blueberries through fun and educational activities. Celebrate the harvest with your community.  PYO low bush blueberries in small quantities. 413-337-5340  182 Flagg Hill Road. Heath, MA (FREE)

On Sunday, August 7th from 12Noon-4pm – BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL: 9th Annual Blueberry Days of Summer at the Kelso Homestead Blueberries. A festive day with PYO high bush blueberries, live music, pie eating contest, animals, Birds of Prey program, games and great food. Take a wagon tour of the farm and enjoy a day with the family. 413-354-7897 207 Bromley Rd. Chester, MA (>$)

Also on Sunday, August 7th from 12Noon-6pm - ETHNIC FAIR: Pittsfield Ethnic Fair returns with food, music, and costumes to the first block of South St. (between Park Sq. & Housatonic St.). International music and dance on two stages, the fair highlights the diverse culture found in Pittsfield. Come with the kids and enjoy delicious food, music, crafts and dancing. 413-443-6501 South St. Pittsfield, MA (FREE ENTRANCE)

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This week on Thursday, August 11th at 10am-4pm – LITERACY: “LittleFest” happens at the Springfield Museums.  The event is designed to promote literacy and a love of reading in young children.  There will be science demonstrations, art activities, crafts for kids, food vendors, free books for the first 500 visitors, and performances by storyteller/musician John Porcino and musician Brian Chevalier.  800-625-7738.  21 Edwards Street.  Springfield, MA.  (FREE w/Museum Admission)

On Saturday, August 13th at 1pm - FAMILY CONCERT: Mister G rocks the Berkshire Museum with a family concert in their auditorium. With his newest release, BUGS!, kids can learn about insects and the natural world through music, and then after the concert check out the live exhibit, “Geckos: Tails to Toepads”. Within the exhibit are 14 different types of geckos all living within their natural (museum-created) habitats!  413-443-7171.  39 South Street. Pittsfield, MA.  (FREE with museum admission)

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LEARN TO CAMP: Do your children/grand kids want to go camping but you just don’t have the experience or confidence to go alone? The DCR and DFW’s Becoming an Outdoors Woman Program will be offering a Becoming an Outdoors Family Camping Weekend next weekend, Aug. 13-14, at Myles Standish State Forest in Carver, MA. If your family is just beginning their camping adventures, join other like-minded families for a weekend of skill building for outdoor recreation, including camping, canoeing, fishing, hiking and outdoor cooking skills. Enjoy a night hike, camp fire and outdoor adventures with other families learning the skills of camping. $30 per person, includes 2 meals. Register by Friday, Aug. 5th. Call for more info. 508-389-6300

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 413-664-4821

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INSTRUMENT DONATIONS WANTED: Have an old piano, violin, flute, or other instrument taking up space in your home? Donate it to the Artspace’s Used Instrument Sale. Donations or consignment both accepted. All proceeds will benefit Strings for Kids, free weekly group lessons for grades 3 – 6 at Greenfield Public Schools. Artspace’s mission is to encourage and nurture the appreciation of and participation in the arts. Artspace serves 350 students annually with weekly lessons and classes. For more information, call  413-772-6811 , email info@franklyarts.com or visit www.franklyarts.com.

HILLTOWN FAMILY VARIETY SHOW

Hilltown Family Variety ShowHope Harris will Guest DJ the HFVS this weekend show playing tunes by Annette Funicello, John Prine. The Sippy Cups, The Subdudes, Ella Fitzgerald, Sly & The Family Stone, Johnny Cash, Julie Andrews, and many others, including selection off her new CD, Cousins Jamboree.

Tune in every Saturday from 9-10am. Encore episodes are aired every Sunday from 7-8am. 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, Aug 6th, 2011

"Swimming at the bend at the Chesterfield Gorge (West Chesterfield), followed by pizza from Bread Euphoria (Haydenville) and ice cream from Florence Soft Serve." - Sophie Howard

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.

8am – AGRICULTURE FAIR: The Littleville Fair celebrates its 90th anniversary this year!  There will be games, vendors (craft and commercial), food (including celebratory 90 cent hot dogs), live music, animals, and much more!  Today’s special events include oxen draws, an illusion show, and a baked bean dinner!  413-667-3193.  East River Road.  Chester, MA.  ($)

9:30am-5pm – HISTORY: Old Sturbridge Village hosts Redcoats & Rebels, New England’s largest Revolutionary War reenactment this weekend!  Today’s activities a canon demonstration, broom making, fife and drum music, a tour of a British camp, musket drills, and more!  800-733-1830.  1 Old Sturbridge Village Road.  Sturbridge, MA.  ($)

10am-12noon – NATURE STUDIES: Explore the flora and fauna of the Pioneer Valley with Frank Grindrod of EarthWorks!  Meet at the M.N. Spear Library.  413-259-1213.  10 Cooleyville Road.  Shutesbury, MA.  (FREE)

10am-1pm - NATURE STUDIES: Learn to identify the plants and trees of the Hilltown highlands!  Naturalist and guide Aimee Gelinas will lead the expedition, which takes place at Notchview, and teach plant identification through the hike.  Wear waterproof shoes and long pants.  Sponsored by the Trustees of Reservations, call to register.  413-532-1631.  83 Old Route 9.  Windsor, MA.  (FREE)

10am-4pm – BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL: Blueberry Festival and Tasting at West Granville Blueberries. Come PYO blueberries, taste their varieties and enjoy a hayride.. 413-357-8829 448 North Lane. Granville, MA (FREE)

10am-9pm – AGRICULTURE FAIR:  Adams Agricultural Fair takes place at Bowe Field.  Old Columbia Street.  Adams, MA.  ($)

10:30am-12noon – CHINESE STUDIES: Learn how to do Chinese calligraphy at the Mason Library today!  413-528-1720.  231 Main Street.  Great Barrington, MA.  (FREE)

10:30am – ANIMAL STUDIES: The Odyssey Bookshop will be more of a bird sanctuary this morning!  Tom Ricardi will be there with his birds of prey to teach families all about the birds and their role within the ecosystem.  413-534-7307.  9 College Street.  South Hadley, MA.  (FREE)

10:30am - FAIRY TALE THEATER: Paintbox Theater presents The Emperor’s New Clothes- a show just for kids!  The show takes place at Smith College’s Mendenhall Performing Arts Center.  413-587-3933.  Green Street.  Northampton, MA.  ($)

11am – FAIRY TALE THEATER: Rapunzel, Rapunzel- see a show today!  Berkshire Children’s Theater presents Rapunzel, the classic tale based on a Grimm’s fairy tale, at the Berkshire Museum.  413-443-7171.  39 South Street.  Pittsfield, MA.  (FREE with museum admission)

11am-3pm – CANINE ADVENTURE: Does your family love dogs?  Get a healthy does of things canine today at the Norman Rockwell Museum as they celebrate It’s a Dog’s Life Family Day!  The museum currently has an exhibit of Rockwell’s work that includes dogs- families can view the art as well as celebrate the release of a new canine postal stamp, visit pups from the Berkshire Humane Society, watch a puppet show, meet some dogs from the State Police Canine Unit, and more!  Bring your own dog with you!  413-298-4100.  9 Route 183.  Stockbridge, MA.  ($)

11am-3pm – CORN FESTIVAL: Take a field trip to the Institute for American Indian Studies for their annual Green Corn Festival. Celebrating the first corn of the season, the day will be filled with storytelling, traditional foods, area Native American artisans, kids’ crafts, drumming and more. 860-868-1649 38 Curtis Rd. Washington, CT ($)

11am-5pm – BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL:   10th Annual Wild Blueberry Jubilee at The Benson Place.  Learn about low bush blueberries through fun and educational activities. Celebrate the harvest with your community.  PYO low bush blueberries in small quantities. 413-337-5340  182 Flagg Hill Road. Heath, MA (FREE)

11:15am-12:30pm – CANINE ADVENTURE: Visit the Forest Park Branch Library for a dog-themed story-time!  Along with dog stories, there will also be songs and fun activities to do!  413-263-6843.  380 Belmont Avenue.  Springfield, MA.  (FREE)

12noon – ART STUDIES: Kids and parents can go on a tour of Mass MoCA designed to teach kids about the use of color in art!  Works by Sol LeWitt and Katharine Gross will be highlighted.  The tour ends with a tasty and colorful snack and activities involving color!  Registration requested.  413-662-2111.  1040 Mass MoCA Way.  North Adams, MA.  ($)

12Noon-4pm – BASIL FESTIVAL: Pestopalooza happens at Stockbridge Farm. With 50 varieties of basil, visitors are invited to taste the different varieties and learn how to cook delicious dishes with them, including Pasta a la Limone y Basillco and Basil Corn Cakes with Basil Syrup! 413-665-6918. Stockbridge Road. South Deerfield, MA (FREE)

12noon-8pm - CORN FESTIVAL: Enter a corn-eating contest, hop around in a sack race, make dolls from corn husks, and more at Whitney’s Farm today as part of CornFest 2011!  413-442-4739.  1775 South State Road.  Cheshire, MA.  (FREE)

1pm and 3pm – LOCAL HISTORY: Take a guided tour of the William Cullen Bryant Homestead and learn about the life of this 19th-century poet!  207 Bryant Road.  413-634-2244.  Cummington, MA.  (<$) 

1-4pm – KIDS’ DAY: Play games, meet animals, and have fun with clowns at Atkins Farms’ Children’s Day!  Wild animals from all over the world will be in attendance from 1:30-3:30.  413-253-0528.  Route 116 and Bay Road.  Amherst, MA.  (FREE)

5-9pm – ARTS NIGHT: Take a walk under the stars and see work from local artists and artisans- tonight is Art Under the Stars in Shelburne Falls!  There will be live music, free local fruit, trolley rides, and tons of great art!  Bridge Street.  Shelburne Falls, MA.  (FREE)

6-7:30pm – SINGLE PARENTS: Are you a single parent?  Are you co-parenting with an ex?  Join the Valley Single Parent Support Group.  The group is open to parents with kids of all ages and to those who are single parenting for any reason.  413-341-5282.  3rd Floor, Thornes Marketplace. Northampton, MA.  (FREE)

6-10pm – LANTERNS: Make a lantern to enter into the River of Lights Lantern Parade in Turners Falls!  The parade is part of River Culture, the town’s yearly celebration of life in Turners.  Lantern construction will take place at the Bookmill.  413-367-9206.  440 Greenfield Road.  Montague, MA.  (FREE)

6:15pm – OUTDOOR DANCE: Jazz/Musical Theatre Dance at Jacob’s Pillow as part of their Inside/Out Series. Pack a picnic and enjoy an outdoor dance performance.  358 George Carter Road.  413-243-9919.  Becket, MA.  (FREE)

6:30-9:30pm – FAMILY MOVIE: Watch Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban tonight at the Shutesbury town hall!  The event is sponsored by the Friends of the M.N. Spear Library organization and there will be soda and popcorn for all, as well as baked goods for sale.  413-259-3790.  1 Cooleyville Road.  Shutesbury, MA.  (<$)

8:30pm – SILENT FILM: Mass MoCA hosts a screening of “Metropolis” with Alloy Orchestra performing the movie score live! A unique experience for older children with audience skills. 413-662-2111.  1040 Mass MoCA Way.  North Adams, MA.  ($$)

9-11pm – ASTRONOMY: Hike to the summit of Mt. Greylock, the state’s highest peak, for an evening of stargazing!  Employees from the Department of Conservation and Recreation will provide telescopes and assistance finding planets, constellations, etc. in the night sky.  Dress for cool weather, all ages welcome!  Meet at the visitor center.  413-499-4262.  30 Rockwell Road.  Lanesborough, MA.  (FREE)

PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT

7pm – CONCERT: North Hall hosts a night of live rock/blues music with Jim Kaminski of Worthington- he is a guitarist, singer, and songwriter whose music ranges from light acoustic songs to totally dance-able blues-rock.  413-667-5543.  40 Searle Road.  Huntington, MA.  ($)

8pm – OUTDOOR THEATER: Double Edge Theater presents The Odyssey, set outdoors against a backdrop of Chagall’s lithograph paintings illustrating the story!  The show takes place outdoors (rain or shine) and travels through the fields, gardens, and waterways of the theater’s grounds!  The show runs Wednesdays-Sundays through August 21.  413-628-0277.  948 Conway Road.  Ashfield, MA.  ($$) 

8pm – THEATER: The Barrington Stage Company’s final night of “The Best of Enemies” is tonight!  Don’t miss this show- it tells the story of an early 70’s Klan leader plotting against a civil rights worker’s fight for school desegregation.  413-236-8888.  30 Union Street.  Pittsfield, MA.  ($$)  


Sunday, Aug 7th, 2011

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 8am – WOMEN’S TRAIL RUN: Women of all levels are invited to a weekly trial run along the Westfield River. Walkers welcomed too. 413-296-4753 West Chesterfield, MA (FREE)

8am – AGRICULTURE FAIR: The Littleville Fair celebrates its 90th anniversary this year!  There will be games, vendors (craft and commercial), food (including celebratory 90 cent hot dogs), live music, animals, and much more!  Today’s special events include oxen draws, an illusion show, and a baked bean dinner!  413-667-3193.  East River Road.  Chester, MA.  ($)

9:30am-5pm – HISTORY: Old Sturbridge Village hosts Redcoats & Rebels, New England’s largest Revolutionary War reenactment this weekend!  Today’s activities a canon demonstration, broom making, fife and drum music, a tour of a British camp, musket drills, and more! 800-733-1830.  1 Old Sturbridge Village Road.  Sturbridge, MA.  ($)

10am-4pm – BOOK SALE: Owl and Raven, a community space, is hosting a book sale today!  There will also be movies and video games for sale, and everything will be under $5!  Proceeds will benefit programming at the space.  413-341-3581.  2 Conz Street #42.  Northampton, MA.  (SALE)

10am-4pm – AGRICULTURE FAIR:  Adams Agricultural Fair takes place at Bowe Field.  Old Columbia Street.  Adams, MA.  ($)

12Noon-6pm - ETHNIC FAIR: Pittsfield Ethnic Fair returns with food, music, and costumes to the first block of South St. (between Park Sq. & Housatonic St.). International music and dance on two stages, the fair highlights the diverse culture found in Pittsfield. Come with the kids and enjoy delicious food, music, crafts and dancing. 413-443-6501 South St. Pittsfield, MA (FREE ENTRANCE)

12Noon-4pm – BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL: 9th Annual Blueberry Days of Summer at the Kelso Homestead Blueberries. A festive day with PYO high bush blueberries, live music, pie eating contest, animals, Birds of Prey program, games and great food. Take a wagon tour of the farm and enjoy a day with the family. 413-354-7897 207 Bromley Rd. Chester, MA (>$)

1-4pm – LOCAL HISTORY: The Hadley Farm Museum is open this afternoon!  The museum includes exhibits of farm equipment and tool displays, and kids can learn about the history of agriculture in the Pioneer Valley as well as the evolution of farming.  413-533-2412.  147 Russell Street.  Hadley, MA.  (FREE)

2pm – BASEBALL: Pittsfield Colonials vs. New Jersey at Wahconah Park. 413-236-2961. 105 Wahconah St. Pittsfield, MA ($) 

12noon-4pm – LANTERNS: Make a lantern to enter in the River of Lights Lantern Parade in Turners Falls!  The parade is part of River Culture, the town’s annual celebration of life in Turners.  Supplies for lantern construction are provided for free, and construction takes place at Thrive.  413-863-6340.  37 3rd Street.  Turners Falls, MA.  (FREE)

6pm – LAWN CONCERT: Sweetback Sisters at Energy Park. PYO blanket & picnic and come with the family. Playground nearby, and great music on stage!  20 Sanderson Street.  Greenfield, MA. (FREE)

7pm – STORYTIME: Hop into your pajamas and head to the Shutesbury Town Hall for an evening of bedtime stories and bedtime snacks!  Sponsored by the Friends of the M.N. Spear Library.  413-259-1213.  1 Cooleyville Road.  Shutesbury, MA.  (FREE)


Monday, Aug 8th, 2011

9am-3pm – OUTDOOR ADVENTURE: Kids ages 7-15yo can spend the day at  Red Gate Farm for an adventure hike!  The hike will take adventurous kids up the stream that is the water source for the farm’s pond.  They’ll be in the water for most of the day, so come with water shoes, a swimsuit, bug repellent, and sunscreen!  Registration required.  413-625-9503.  4 Norman Road.  Buckland, MA.  ($$)

10-11:30am – FARM ADVENTURE: Explore Red Gate Farm for the morning!  Visit the animals, eat veggies from the garden, and explore the pond!  413-625-9503.  4 Norman Road.  Buckland, MA.  (<$)

1pm – PUPPET SHOW: CactusHead Puppets presents “Little Red Riding Hood” at the Eric Carle Museum.  Follow the puppets through the classic tale of Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf.  413-658-1100.  125 West Bay Road.  Amherst, MA.  (<$)

MONDAY SUMMER STORYHOURS

  • 10:30am – STORYTIME: Hear some great stories with Ellie in the Forbes Library Children’s Department!  20 West Street.  413-587-1011.  Northampton, MA.  (FREE)  ♦

MONDAY ONGOING SUMMER ACTIVITIES

  • 2pm – FAMILY MOVIE: See a movie at the Berkshire Athenaeum! There’s a new movie every week, but they all are related to the library’s summer reading program. “One World, Many Stories.” 1 Wendell Avenue. 413-449-9480. Pittsfield, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 3-5pm – LEGOS: Kids can participate in Lego BrickWars, the game that combines Lego building with a fantasy land of chaos and destruction.  Open to kids ages 7-10.  Materials provided.  20 West Street.  413-587-1011.  Northampton, MA.  (FREE) 
  • 5-6pm - HULA HOOPING: Learn to hula hoop at the Greenfield Energy Park with Shenandoah of Alotta Hooplah!  20 Sanderson Street.  Greenfield, MA.  (DONATION) ♦
  • 6-10pm – GAME NIGHT: Head to Owl and Raven for a night of games of all kinds!  Pick from the space’s selection or bring a game to share.  2 Conz Street (Maplewood Shops).  413-341-3581.  Northampton, MA.  (FREE)  ♦
  • 7:30pm – GHOST TOUR: Explore The Mount… in the creepiest way possible!  The tour takes visitors through the most haunted parts of the mansion- you’re sure to be scared.  Reservations suggested, as tours frequently sell out in advance.  2 Plunkett Street.  413-551-5111.  Lenox, MA.  ($)  ♦

Tuesday, Aug 9th, 2011

9:30am – BIRDS OF PREY:Tom Ricardi will be at the New Hingham Elementary School with his Birds of Prey program.  All welcomed. Chesterfield, MA (FREE)

9am-3pm – FARM ADVENTURE: Spend the day at Red Gate Farm!  The farm needs more gates- you can help design and build a gate, and learn some carpentry skills along the way!  At the end of the day, the group will test the gate against some hungry sheep.  Ages 7-15yo. Registration required.  413-625-9503.  4 Norman Road.  Buckland, MA.  ($$)

11am & 2pm – PUPPET SHOW: Sparky’s Puppets perform, “Travel the Reading Road” at the Forest Park Branch Library this morning!  The show tells tales from all over the world, including Japan, Greece, and West Africa.  413-263-6843.  380 Belmont Avenue.  Springfield, MA.  (FREE)

10:30-11:30am – WORLD STUDIES: Paint a fan at the Mason Library and learn about how fans are used in cultures all around the world!  413-528-1720.  231 Main Street.  Great Barrington, MA.  (FREE) 

1pm – FAMILY CONCERT: MarKaMusic brings their blend of native European, West African, and North American music to Toe-Tapping Tuesday at the Springfield Museums!  800-625-7738.  21 Edwards Street.  Springfield, MA.  (FREE with museum admission)

1pm – PUPPET SHOW: CactusHead Puppets presents “Little Red Riding Hood” at the Eric Carle Museum.  Follow the puppets through the classic tale of Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf.  413-658-1100.  125 West Bay Road.  Amherst, MA.  (<$)

6:30pm – LOCAL HISTORY: Author and local historian Gary Leveille will be at the Stockbridge Library tonight to give a presentation based on the information included in his new book, “Eye of Shawenon- A Berkshire History of North Egremont, Prospect Lake, and the Green River Valley.  This is a great opportunity for older students to learn about local history!  413-298-5501.  46 Main Street.  Stockbridge, MA.  (FREE)

7pm – FAMILY PERFORMANCE: Barrington Stage Company presents their annual youth production, “All Shook Up,” a show about Elvis featuring the singer’s classic hit songs.  The cast is made up entirely of teenage actors, though BSC is a professional theater company!  This performance takes place at St. Joseph’s High School.  413-236-8888.  22 Maplewood Avenue.  Pittsfield, MA.  ($)

7pm – CONCERT: Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra will play music from Liszt, Debussy, and Mendelssohn for harp, viola, flute, and strings in the heart of the Hilltowns! Audience skills requested.  Church Lane.  Plainfield, MA.  (FREE)

8:30pm – ASTRONOMY: Experience all of the spectacular things there are to see in our universe at an observatory show at Williams College!  Presented by students studying astronomy, the show will highlight phases of the moon, varying temperatures and colors of stars, retrograde planetary motion, constellations, comets, and more!  Reservations recommended.  413-597-2188.  829 Main Street.  Williamstown, MA.  (FREE)

TUESDAY ONGOING SUMMER ACTIVITIES

  • 10am – CHILDREN’S PERFORMANCE: Take your kids to Look Park for a performance as part of the Franklin King III Children’s Entertainment Series at the Pines Theater! New performers every week. 300 North Main Street. 413-584-5457. Florence, MA. (<$) ♦
  • 10am-12noon – ART: Visit the Norman Rockwell Museum for Sketch Club, a time when kids ages 7+ can experiment drawing, painting, and more! Class is outdoors, so please dress appropriately. 9 Route 183. 413-298-4100. Stockbridge, MA. (<$) ♦
  • 10:30-11:30am – SCIENCE: Hands-on learning time about natural science at Kidleidescope, the Great Falls Discover Center’s weekly children’s learning program! There is a new theme each week. 2 Avenue A. 413-863-3221. Turners Falls, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 2:15pm – MOVIE: Baby-friendly movie screening at the Amherst Cinema. Amherst, MA ($) ♦
  • 6pm – LAWN CONCERT: Visit The Clark for a free lawn concert! There will be different live music every week, and there will be barbecue available for purchase! 225 South Street. 413-458-2303. Williamstown, MA. (FREE)
  • 7-8pm – LAWN CONCERT: The Greenfield Energy Band performs broadway hits live at the Greenfield Energy Park tonight! 20 Sanderson Street. Greenfield, MA. (FREE) ♦

TUESDAY SUMMER PLAYGROUPS

  • 9:30-11:30am – PLAYGROUP: The Northampton Parents’ Center’s playgroup will take place at the playground at Bridge Street School! 2 Parsons Street. Northampton, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 10am – PLAYGROUP: The Easthampton Family Center’s summer playgroup will take place today at Nonotuck Park! In case of rain, playgroup will be moved inside to the Flywheel. 30 Lownds Avenue. 413-529-1440. Easthampton, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 10-11am – PLAYGROUP: Childcare of the Berkshires’ Tuesday Preschool Group is a playground safari during the summer months! Children ages 2 ½ -5 are welcome to join in the fun, and the group will meet at a different local playground each week. Call the Family Resource Center to find out where this week’s meeting is. 413-664-4821. North Adama, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 10am – PLAYGROUP: It’s Toddler Time at the North Adams Public Library! Bring your little ones for stories and playtime. 74 Church Street. 413-662-3133. North Adams, MA. (FREE) ♦

TUESDAY SUMMER STORYHOURS

  • 10-11am – STORYTIME: Take pre-k kids to preschool story hour at the Greenfield Public Library! There will be stories, songs, and craft time. 402 Main Street. 413-772-1544. Greenfield, MA (FREE) ♦
  • 11-11:30am – STORYTIME: Toddler Story Time for kids 2-3yo at the Lenox Library. Sing songs, finger plays and listen to stories. Play time follows the story half hour. 413-637-0197 x105 Lenox, MA (FREE)♦

Wednesday, Aug 10th, 2011

10am-12noon – FARM ADVENTURE: Learn about shearing sheep and using wool for felting and weaving!  Participants will meet the sheep from Simple Gifts Farm and get to make their very own pieces of felted wool! 413-624-6223.  1089 North Pleasant Street.  Amherst, MA.  (<$)

1pm – FAMILY PERFORMANCE: The Springfield Museums host a performance by Double Vision Theater Company!  Entitled, “Pantomonium,” the show incorporates circus illusions, mime, and sign language!  800-625-7738.  21 Edwards Street.  Springfield, MA.  (FREE with museum admission)

1pm – PUPPET SHOW: CactusHead Puppets presents “Little Red Riding Hood” at the Eric Carle Museum.  Follow the puppets through the classic tale of Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf.  413-658-1100.  125 West Bay Road.  Amherst, MA.  (<$)

2pm – FAMILY PERFORMANCE: Barrington Stage Company presents their annual youth production, “All Shook Up,” a show about Elvis featuring the singer’s classic hit songs.  The cast is made up entirely of teenage actors, though BSC is a professional theater company!  This performance takes place at St. Joseph’s High School.  413-236-8888.  22 Maplewood Avenue.  Pittsfield, MA.  ($)

2-4pm – RESKILLING: Learn about food preservation through lacto-fermentation as part of a re-skilling series of workshops presented by the Berkshire Botanical Gardens!  Participants will learn all about the chemistry of pickling and canning.  For adults and older kids with their guardian. Registration required, takes place in a professional kitchen not located at the Botanical Garden.  413-298-3926. TBD, MA ($)

5:30-7:30pm – COMMUNITY CELEBRATION: Tonight is the final evening of the Williston Library’s summer reading program!  Celebrate with Ed Popielarczyk at Nonotuck Park!  Fun for all ages.  1 Daley Field Road.  Easthampton, MA.  (FREE)

6pm - SPELLING BEE: Enter the Chicopee Library’s 6th annual spelling bee!  There are categories for everyone from 3rd-8th grade.  Test your spelling knowledge!  413-594-1800.  449 Front Street.  Chicopee, MA.  (FREE)

6:15pm – OUTDOOR DANCE: WalkingTalking/Catherine Miller at Jacob’s Pillow as part of their Inside/Out Series. Pack a picnic and enjoy an outdoor dance performance.  358 George Carter Road.  413-243-9919.  Becket, MA.  (FREE)

7pm – IMPROV: The Majestic Theater’s weekly improv night is tonight!  The show is family-friendly and fun for all- it’s “Whose Line is it Anyway?”-style, and audience participation is important!  413-747-7797.  131 Elm Street.  West Springfield, MA.  (<$)

PARENTS NIGHT OUT

7pm – OPERA: Watch an encore showing of the Metropolitan Opera’s “Don Carlo” tonight at Memorial Hall!  413-625-3052.  Bridge Street.  Shelburne Falls, MA.  ($)

WEDNESDAY ONGOING SUMMER ACTIVITIES

  • OUTDOOR ADVENTURE: It’s Half-Price Wednesday at Look Park! Save on all of the park’s fun family attractions, like the bumper boats, train, and mini golf! 300 North Main Street. 413-584-5487. Florence, MA. (<$)
  • 10-11:30am- ROLLERSKATING: Rollerskate with Tiny Tot Romp, Stop, ‘n’ Roll Skate and Play at Interskate 91 North (Hampshire Mall). Strollers welcome. Parent’s don’t have to wear skates. For Ages 6 & under. 413-586-2737 Hadley, MA (>$) ♦
  • 10:30am – HISTORY: Go on a tour of Hancock Shaker Village and learn what life was like for a young shaker! Young visitors can dress as a shaker child would have and can learn everything from what their responsibilities were at home to where they went to school! 1843 West Housatonic Street. 413-443-0188. Pittsfield, MA. ($) ♦
  • 1pm – MOVIE: Baby-friendly movie screening at the Pleasant Street Theater. Northampton, MA ($) ♦
  • 4-6pm – KIDS’ MARKET: Kids’ Market happens every Wednesday in the Summer in the parking lot outside of the Ashfield Hardware Store. Stop in and support these young entrepreneurs. Main St. Ashfield, MA (FREE)
  • 4:30pm – YO-YO: Yo-Yo School at A2Z. Come visit yo-yo school and learn to yo-yo for free with A2Z. Northampton, MA (FREE)♦
  • 6-8pm - OUTDOOR CONCERT: Live music tonight at Burband Park on Lake Onota! Lakeway Drive. Pittsfield, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 6:30-8:30 – OUTDOOR CONCERT: Visit Heritage State Park for an evening of live music! BYO seating. 221 Appleton Street. 413-322-5260. Holyoke, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 7-8pm – OUTDOOR CONCERT: Visit Lilac Park for live outdoor music! Bring your own seating, and maybe even a picnic! Main Street. Lenox, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 7-9pm – SKILL SHARE: Visit Owl and Raven for a night of community skillsharing! There’s a new skill every week- check their website or call to find out! 2 Conz Street (Maplewood Shops). 413-341-3581. Northampton, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 7-8:30pm – OUTDOOR CONCERT: See live music on the shore of Windsor Lake! George Fairs Way. North Adams, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 7:30pm – CONCERT: It’s Watermelon Wednesday at the West Whately Chapel! See performers from different genres every week. Conway and Williamsburg Roads. Whately, MA. ($$)

WEDNESDAY SUMMER PLAYGROUPS

  • 9:30-11:30am – PLAYGROUP: Informal playgroup at Pentigill Park (behind firehouse). Cummington, MA (FREE)

WEDNESDAY SUMMER STORYHOURS

  • 10am – STORYTIME: Preschool Storytime at the North Adams Public Library! 74 Church Street. 413-662-3133. North Adams, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 10:30am – STORYTIME: Featured books, crafts and visitors for preK kids at the Leverett Library, lead by Georgie Schmid. 413-548-9220 75 Montague Rd. Leverett, MA (FREE)♦
  • 10-11am – STORYTIME: Head to the Greenfield Public Library for Sunshine Storytime, which includes stories, songs, and playtime! 402 Main Street. 413-772-1544. Greenfield, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 11am – STORYTIME: Visit the Odyssey Bookshop for storytime! Picture books new and old will be read, and the stories will be followed by an activity. 9 College Street. 413-534-7307. South Hadley, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 4-5pm – STORYTIME: Head to the North Amherst Library for preschool storytime! 8 Montague Road. 413-259-3099. North Amherst, MA. (FREE) ♦

Thursday, Aug 11th, 2011

10am-4pm – LITERACY: The Springfield Museums host “LittleFest” today!  The event is designed to promote literacy and a love of reading in young children.  There will be science demonstrations, art activities, crafts for kids, food vendors, free books for the first 500 visitors, and performances by storyteller/musician John Porcino and musician Brian Chevalier.  800-625-7738.  21 Edwards Street.  Springfield, MA.  (FREE w/Museum Admission)

1pm – PUPPET SHOW: CactusHead Puppets presents “Little Red Riding Hood” at the Eric Carle Museum.  Follow the puppets through the classic tale of Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf.  413-658-1100.  125 West Bay Road.  Amherst, MA.  (<$)

2pm – SCIENCE: Visit the Odyssey Bookshop for an afternoon of wacky science!  Registration requested.  413-534-7307.  9 College Street.  South Hadley, MA.  (FREE)

4-5pm – CULTURAL STUDIES: Make wooden windchimes at the Mason Library this afternoon and learn about their significance in the Philippines!  413-528-1720.  231 Main Street.  Great Barrington, MA.  (FREE)

4-5:30 – BREWING: Parents can get educated on the science of brewing beer at a workshop sponsored by the Berkshire Botanical Garden!  Brewmasters from the Barrington Brewery will lead this workshop on the history, culture, and science of brewing beer!  Registration required.  413-298-3926.  5 West Stockbridge Road.  Stockbridge, MA.  ($)

4:30-7:30pm – INTERGENERATIONAL: Have a picnic dinner, get your face painted (or maybe just your children’s faces), play in the bounce house, and see a live Elvis impersonator at Calvin Coolidge Nursing and Rehabilitation’s Summer Block Party!  This is a great opportunity to so some intergenerational mingling as a community!  413-586-3150.  548 Elm Street.  Northampton, MA.  (FREE)

6:15pm – OUTDOOR DANCE: Loni Landon-projects at Jacob’s Pillow as part of their Inside/Out Series. Pack a picnic and enjoy an outdoor dance performance.  358 George Carter Road.  413-243-9919.  Becket, MA.  (FREE)

THURSDAY ONGOING SUMMER ACTIVITIES

  • 10:30am – HISTORY: Go on a tour of Hancock Shaker Village and learn what life was like for a young shaker! Young visitors can dress as a shaker child would have and can learn everything from what their responsibilities were at home to where they went to school! 1843 West Housatonic Street. 413-443-0188. Pittsfield, MA. ($) ♦
  • 1pm – LEGOS: Join the Lilly Library’s Lego Building Club! Spend time with other Lego enthusiasts and build some great structures. 19 Meadow Street. 413-587-1500. Florence, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 6:30-8pm - LAWN CONCERT: Hear some fun live music on the lawn at the Florence Civic Center as part of the Thursday Night Music on the Porch series! Meadow and North Main Streets. 413-584-7891. Florence, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 6:30-8pm - LAWN CONCERT: Enjoy live music on the South Hadley town common! New and different music each week. Routes 47 and 116. South Hadley, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 7pm – LAWN CONCERT: Visit Angel Park for some calm, relaxing live music! Williamsburg, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 7-8pm – LAWN CONCERT: Hear live music on the patio at the Leverett Public Library! 75 Montague Road. 413-548-9220. Leverett, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 8pm – PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT: Sing some chanteys and bar songs at the Brewmaster’s Tavern- and order some delicious food and drinks while you sing! 4 Main Street. 413-268-7741. Williamsburg, MA. (FREE)♦

THURSDAY SUMMER PLAYGROUPS

  • 9:30-11:30am – PLAYGROUP: Visit Look Park for the Northampton Parents’ Center’s informal playgroup! Meet at the playground for casual playtime. 300 North Main Street. Florence, MA. (FREE) ♦

THURSDAY SUMMER STORYHOURS

  • 10-11am – STORYTIME: Head to the Greenfield Public Library for Sunshine Storytime, which includes stories, songs, and playtime! 402 Main Street. 413-772-1544. Greenfield, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 10:30am – STORYTIME: Head to the Jones Library for preschool storytime! 43 Amity Street. 413-259-3090. Amherst, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 11-11:45am – PREK STORY/CRAFT: Kids ages three to five can come to the Lenox Library Association for stories, songs and follow-along activities followed by a craft related to the story. 413-637-0197 x105 Lenox, MA (FREE) ♦
  • 6:30pm – STORYTIME: Visit the North Adams Public Library for evening youth storytime and crafts! 74 Church Street. 413-662-3133. North Adams, MA. ♦

Friday, Aug 12th, 2011

Free Fun Friday! Enjoy free Admission to the following Massachusetts museums:

10-11:30am – PLAYGROUP: The Union #28 Community Network for Children program has set up some summer playdates at our local playgrounds/libraries. This week at Erving Elementary School (WIC visit for Snacks in the Sun). 978-544-5157 Erving, MA (FREE)

10am-6pm – PETROLOGY: East Coat Gem, Mineral & Fossil show happens at the Big E. Special exhibits, minerals, fossils, meteorites, and more on display. Over 200 dealers. Kids and see special collections up close. 303-223-3478 1305 Memorial Ave. West Springfield, MA (>$)

11-4pm – LOCAL HISTORY: The Hadley Farm Museum is open this afternoon!  The museum includes exhibits of farm equipment and tool displays, and kids can learn about the history of agriculture in the Pioneer Valley as well as the evolution of farming.  413-533-2412.  147 Russell Street.  Hadley, MA.  (FREE)

1pm – PUPPET SHOW: CactusHead Puppets presents “Little Red Riding Hood” at the Eric Carle Museum.  Follow the puppets through the classic tale of Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf.  413-658-1100.  125 West Bay Road.  Amherst, MA.  (<$)

1pm - FAMILY PERFORMANCE: Ahoy mateys!  Grab and eye patch, parrot, and a peg-leg and come aboard the good ship Springfield Museums and join the crew for some pirate-themed songs and sea shanties performed by the Bawdy Buccaneers!  800-625-7738.  21 Edwards Street.  Springfield, MA.  (FREE with museum admission)

5-8pm – CIRCUS: The SHOW Circus Studio will perform this evening in Northampton as part of Arts Night Out!  The fun and theatrical family show will take place in front of First Churches on Main Street, and Arts Night Out takes place in galleries throughout downtown Northampton.  Main Street.  Northampton, MA.  (FREE)

6:15pm – OUTDOOR DANCE: Flamenco Dance Project at Jacob’s Pillow as part of their Inside/Out Series. Pack a picnic and enjoy an outdoor dance performance.  358 George Carter Road.  413-243-9919.  Becket, MA.  (FREE)

6pm – FAMILY CONCERT: Tanglewood is free tonight!  There will be a prelude concert at 6, and then at 8:30 the Boston Symphony Orchestra will perform works from Bizet, Rodrigo, Boccherini/Berio, and more!  413-637-1600.  237 West Street.  Lenox, MA.  (FREE)

7pm – FAMILY PERFORMANCE: Barrington Stage Company presents their annual youth production, “All Shook Up,” a show about Elvis featuring the singer’s classic hit songs.  The cast is made up entirely of teenage actors, though BSC is a professional theater company!  This performance takes place at St. Joseph’s High School.  413-236-8888.  22 Maplewood Avenue.  Pittsfield, MA.  ($)

7:30-9:30pm – ASTRONOMY: The Perseid Meteor Shower is tonight!  Learn all about the science behind it and then watch the shower happen at the Laughing Brook Wildlife Sanctuary!  413-584-3009.  Main Street.  Hampden, MA.  (<$)

PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT

6-8pm – PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT: Live music, a warm evening, and a beer garden- what could make a better Friday night in August?  Visit the Wistariahurst Museum tonight and get all three of those things.  BYO blanket or lawn chair and hear music from the Ted Wirt Jazz Quintet.  413-522-5660.  238 Cabot Street.  Holyoke, MA.  ($$)

FRIDAY ONGOING SUMMER ACTIVITIES

  • 9am - MUSIC EDUCATION: Hear the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Friday morning rehearsal at Tanglewood! Reserved seating is available for families, teachers, homeschoolers, youth groups, parents, musicians, etc.. Along with the rehearsal, there will be a music presentation and demonstration, as well as tours of Tanglewood. Pre-reg by emailing Darlene White at dwhite@bso.org. West Hawthorne Road. Lenox, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 10am – FAMILY MOVIE: Bring pre-schoolers to the Berkshire Athenaeum to see a movie related to the library’s summer reading program theme, “One World, Many Stories.” 1 Wendell Avenue. 413-449-9480. Pittsfield, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 10am – TYKE HIKE: Family hike for families with kids ages 8yo and under at Mount Greylock State Reservation. Hike and story time. Wear appropriate footwear and clotheS. Bring snack and water. Meet at visitor center. 30 Rockwell Rd. 413-499-4262 Lanesborough, MA (FREE)♦
  • 10-11am – OUTDOOR ADVENTURE: Join Owl and Raven for Talon Team, an hour-long adventure during which attendees will learn about ancient living that are still useful today and help us be more connected to the Earth. 2 Conz Street (Maplewood Shops). 413-341-3581. Northampton, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 10-11am – CHILDREN’S PERFORMANCE: Head to Stanley Park for a performance just for kids! New performers and themes each week. 400 Western Avenue. 413-568-9312. Westfield, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 10:30am – HISTORY: Go on a tour of Hancock Shaker Village and learn what life was like for a young shaker! Young visitors can dress as a shaker child would have and can learn everything from what their responsibilities were at home to where they went to school! 1843 West Housatonic Street. 413-443-0188. Pittsfield, MA. ($) ♦
  • 5:30pm - CRUISE NIGHT: It’s Cruise Night at Buttery Brook Park! See some great antique cars, hear live DJ music, get some dinner, and meet some animals and do craft projects in the kids area! Route 33. South Hadley, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 1pm – ANIMAL STUDIES: Visit the Berkshire Museum for a special tour of the exhibit, “Geckos: Tails to Toepads.” The exhibit offers visitors the opportunity to learn all about geckos- and it fits nicely into PBS’s All About Lizards lesson plan. (Keep your kids learning all summer!). 39 South Street. 413-443-7171. Pittsfield, MA. ($) ♦
  • 6-8pm – POTLUCK: Bring your favorite dish to the community potluck at Owl and Raven! Bring your own dishes, too, if possible, in order to cut back on waste! 2 Conz Street (Maplewood Shops). 413-341-3581. Northampton, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 7pm – CONCERT: Hear live classical music as part of the Mohawk Trail Concerts summer music series at the Federated Church of Charlemont! New performers each week. Mohawk Trail. 413-625-9511. Charlemont, MA. ($$) ♦
  • 8-10pm – FAMILY MOVIE: It’s movie night at Owl and Raven! See a family-friendly movie and enjoy tasty refreshments! 2 Conz Street (Maplewood Shops). 413-341-3581. Northampton, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • Dusk - CITIZEN SCIENCE: Help the Museum of Science, the Department of Conservation, and the Berkshire Museum determine whether fireflies are disappearing by counting fireflies at Mt. Greylock State Reservation. Counting takes roughly 15 minutes- BYO stopwatch and flashlight. 30 Rockwell Road. Lanesborough, MA. ♦

FRIDAY SUMMER PLAYGROUPS

  • 10am – PLAYGROUP: The Easthampton Family Center’s summer playgroup will take place today at Nonotuck Park! In case of rain, playgroup will be moved inside to the Flywheel. 30 Lownds Avenue. 413-529-1440. Easthampton, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 2-4pm – PLAYGROUP: Homeschoolers are invited to a playgroup at the Worthington Town Hall! Bring an activity to share and get ready for fun! Route 112. Call to confirm: 413-238-4424. Worthington, MA. (FREE)

FRIDAY SUMMER STORYHOURS

  • 10am – STORYTIME: Take little ones to pre-school storycraft time at the Stockbridge Library! 46 Main Street. 413-298-5501. Stockbridge, MA. (FREE)
  • 10:30-11:30am – STORYTIME: Great Falls Discover Center hosts a story hour for kids 3-6yo. Held the 4th Friday of every month. 413-863-3221 2 Avenue A. Turners Falls, MA (FREE)
  • 10:30am – STORYTIME: The Milne Public Library hosts story time for twos! The program lasts between 20 and 30 minutes (just right for little ones) and consists of stories, fingerplay, and music! 1095 Main Street. 413-458-5369. Williamstown, MA. (FREE)
  • 10:30am-12noon – STORYTIME: Pre-school storytime at the Lilly Library! Children 2 ½ and up (and their parents) and invited! 19 Meadow Street. 413-587-1500. Florence, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 11am – STORYTIME: Visit the Sunderland Public Library for preschool storytime! Ages 3-5 are invited to attend. Stories will be accompanied by crafts! 20 School Street. 413-665-2642. Sunderland, MA. (FREE) ♦
  • 11am-12noon – STORYTIME: Mother Goose on the Loose lap-sit storyhour is this morning at the Greenfield Public Library! Kids under 3 and their parent(s) are invited to an interactive storytime that includes fun rhymes and songs to learn. 402 Main Street. 413-772-1544. Greenfield, MA. (FREE) ♦

FRIDAY SUPPORT GROUPS

  • 6:30-8:30pm – POSTPARTUM: GROW (Gathered Resources of Women) holds a postpartum support group for mothers looking for a safe a confidential space in which to discuss their experiences. Held at the Readfield House Community Room. 48 Elizabeth Street. Pittsfield, MA. (DONATION) ♦

3 Comments

  1. August 9, 2011 at 2:10 pm

    The morning performance was at Forest Park and their 2pm performance was actually at the Brightwood Branch… Thank you for letting us know, Scott. Sorry for any inconvenience. – We try to include the phone number in all listings and encourage families to take the time to confirm time, place, age appropriateness and costs before attending.

  2. Scott said,

    August 9, 2011 at 1:08 pm

    No puppet show at the Forest Park Library at 2 PM today as advertised here! Sad family :-(

  3. Michelle said,

    August 6, 2011 at 8:35 am

    KidsRock to benefit the Beacon Field Playground in Greenfield is August 13 from 1-6. http://www.beaconplayground.org/p/kidsrock-for-beacon.html


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