Suggested Events 04/24/10-04/30/10

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

SUGGEST AN EVENT

Peach trees are in blossom in the hilltowns. (Photo credit: HF Contributing writer, Tony(a) Lemos)

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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FAMILY CONCERT: Our friend Uncle Rock will be performing at the Eric Carle Museum on May 15th at 1pm, celebrating the release of his new CD, The Big PictureThe Big Picture is a socially conscious salute to Uncle Rock’s musical heroes. The 12 original songs (and two covers—Carol Burnett’s theme song and Tom T. Hall’s “Sneaky Snake”) offer sonic nods to David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Cat Stevens, the Ramones, Buddy Holly , Johnny Cash and even Billy Idol. Known for his rockabilly style and lyricism inspired by Roald Dahl and Shel Silverstein, Uncle Rock offers a musical variety show here with songs about recycling, acceptance of differences and the importance of shopping locally.  Proceeds benefit the Northampton Community Music Center Scholarship Fund.

FEATURED EVENTS

Click on the banner to find out what's happening all over Western Mass to celebrate Earth Day.

Saturday, April 24th in Amherst, MA (FREE)

10am-4pm – The First Annual Amherst Sustainability Festival, held on the Town Common and around town. The festival combines The Renewable Energy Fair, Amherst Grows Green and Arbor Day event. There will be tree pruning and tree climbing demonstrations held at Kendrick Park. Sustainable product suppliers, local artisans, consumer information regarding energy efficiency and renewable energy providers will be on hand on the Town Common. A diverse group of entertainers performing on stage on the Common include Drew Hickum and the Colonels, Jay Mankita, Piti Theatre Company, The Raging Grannies, and Marcy Gregoire. In between along the “green path,” local businesses will participate in a scavenger hunt and offer special discounts and incentives to festival attendees. Don’t miss what is destined to become a premiere Valley event!

Sunday, April 25th in Northampton, MA (FREE)

11am-4pm – Celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day at the WGBY Family Funfest and Eco-Fair in Northampton’s Pulaski Park and at the Northampton Center for the Arts. A free event with music, demonstrations, and activities for all ages. Music on the Earth Day Stage (courtesy of WRSI): Swing Caravan, Mister G & Primate Fiasco. Over at the Noho Center for the Arts will be Tom Knight Puppets. Entertainment and games for the entire family, inside and outside! Trash audits, recycling, composting, eco-friendly ideas and exhibits from Green Northampton, Pedal People, MassBike, Northampton Public Schools’ Green Teams, and more Earth Day activities for the whole family! 800-781-9429 ext. 258

DINNER IN THE HILLTOWNS

Saturday, April 24th at Elmer’s Store in Ashfield: Pulled pork sandwiches; Coleslaw; and Mac-n-cheese. And for vegetarians: Eggplant parmesan. BYOB 628-4003

Saturday, April 24th at Remington Lodge in Cummington : Guest chef David Greeman (of Green Street Cafe, The Blue Heron, and The Deerfield Inn) will be serving  Root vegetable bisque with fines herbes; mixed green salad with shallot and garlic vinaigrette; roast leg of lamb, stuffed with tomato, garlic, rosemary, and mushrooms, served with Cabernet jus;  flageolets; Hadley asparagus and potatoes Boulanger; fruit cobbler with maple chantilly. BYOB RSVP 634-5493

Saturday, April 24th at Bread Euphoria in Haydenville: Sandwiches, salads, soups and pizza (including Gluten-Free pizza!).  Open mic! Beer & wine available. 268-7757

BULLETIN BOARD

SPONSORSHIP, ADVERTISING & ANNOUNCEMENTS: Deliver your message to a large local family based audience while supporting the work of Hilltown Families. Advertise your event, camp, workshop, fundraiser, business or announcement here in the Bulletin Board section of our List of Weekly Suggested Events. – SPONSORSHIP: Interested in supporting the work of Hilltown Families?  Find out how to be a sponsor! Serious inquiries can email us at hilltownfamilies@gmail.com for details

MotherWoman in Amherst, MAFUNDRAISER: MotherWoman’s annual Mother’s Day campaign is underway!  “Mothers are Worth a Million, we’re only asking for $10” honors mothers & helps to fund mother’s support programs in our community. For every $10 you donate (link), a flower bearing the name of a mother you would like to honor will be hung in the window of a participating local business (link). When you buy a flower, you celebrate the women in your life, provide crucial funding to help mothers, and support local businesses. MotherWoman encourages you to patronize participating businesses and to stroll Amherst & Northampton to view the beautiful chain of flowers in storefront windows. Together- we can honor and support mothers- one flower at a time. Learn more about our campaign at motherwoman.com.

VOLUNTEER/VENDORS WANTED: The Town of Washington is seeking participants for the Washington Annual Family Fun Day on Saturday, June 26th from 9am-3pm. Anyone can join in. Have your tag sale; sell your crafts, baked goods or flowers; advertise your business or organization… Food provided by Ozzie’s Steak & Eggs. Entertainment with the Eagles Band and Ed the Wizard. Many family activities. Anybody interested in participating, volunteering or with suggestions, call RJ Peltier at 623-5911.

YOUTH PROGRAM: Community Action Youth Programs will have a Spring Fair on Thursday, April 29th from 5-7pm in Northampton. Come learn about their free programs offered from the youth community. There will be fun games and activities for your ages 9 and older, including: youth group led presentations; youth film showing; tasty food; dance performance by Alpha Squad (Hampshire Heights’ youth dance group). CAYP is located at 2 Conz Street, #34 Maplewood Shops. For more information and to RSVP, call Loren at 475-1571 www.communityaction.us/youth

PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT GIVEAWAY: Two Tickets to See the Phenomenal Guitar Duo Rodrigo y Gabriela at the Calvin Theater

HOMESCHOOL OPPORTUNITY FOR OLDER STUDENTS: The new Museum of Springfield History will host a talk that examines Springfield’s role in the Gold Rush at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 25th, with a talk titled “Springfield and the California Gold Rush.” The talk will highlight the fascinating lives of some of the Springfield residents who journeyed west during the Gold Rush. Some of them played important roles in the development of California while others returned home to achieve positions of stature in our own communities. The program will be held in the museum’s SIS Hall and is free with the price of museum admission. Museum passes may be available for borrowing from your local library. For information, call 413-263-6800 or visit www.springfieldmuseums.org.

MASS 99: The Mass. Office of Travel + Tourism has launched the ‘MASS 99’ promotional program offering a wide range of $99 activity packages to choose from throughout Massachusetts this spring. They are asking travelers to visit www.masvacation.com for a complete list of $99 packages on activities, attractions and events. In conjunction with the $99 activity packages, MOTT’s web site features many great deals on lodging throughout the state this spring for those who want to combine their activities with an overnight stay. ‘Mass 99’ deals are valid April 19 – June 27, 2010.

SCOUT DAY: Scout Day at Historic Deerfield on Saturday, May 1st from 9:30 am – 4:30 pm. Scouts and their families are invited to become acquainted with Historic Deerfield during a special day of activities. Girl and Boy Scouts of all ages will explore historic houses and grounds, learn about the past, and make a project to take home. Families can find out about Historic Deerfield’s special programs designed to help scouts meet their goals. Pre-registration is required by April 25th. For more information or to register, please contact Faith Deering, Museum Educator, at (413) 775-7116 or fdeering@historic-deerfield.org.

Earth Day 40th Birthday Media Giveaway

JOB POSITION: The Odyssey Bookshop in South Hadley, MA is looking for a full time Children’s Department bookseller. The person should be cheerful, enthusiastic and highly motivated and have an extensive knowledge of children’s literature. The responsibilities include in-store bookselling, buying from publishers and toy distributors, working with teachers and local schools around children’s events and in-store book fairs, and a variety of related tasks. The work schedule is Tues. through Sat., including 2 evening shifts. Must have transportation and be fluent in various computer programs. Salaried position that includes benefits, vacation, etc. Submit resume, cover letter, reference list & salary requirements ASAP to Neil Novik at odysseybks@aol.com.

MEDITATION COURSE: Children’s Meditation Course at Vipassana Meditation Center in Shelburne, MA on 4/25/10. The aim of this course is to introduce young people ages 8-12 to Anapana meditation – the first step in the practice of Vipassana meditation, a traditional meditation technique practiced for over 2,600 years. Anapana is the observation of natural, normal respiration which helps develop concentration of the mind. With practice, students develop a better understanding of themselves and how their minds work, gaining an inner strength that helps guide decision making. A teenager’s course for ages 12-15 will be offered Oct. 24th. Courses offered on a donation basis. Application materials can be downloaded from www.dhara.dhamma.org or call (413) 625-2160 x313

Hilltown Family Variety Show

HFVS airs every Saturday from 9-10am, and encores air on Sundays from 7-8am, on 103.3FM WXOJ Northampton, MA

HILLTOWN FAMILY VARIETY SHOW

Tune in on Saturdays from 9-10am, or listen to our podcasts HERE. 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.
  • HFVS Podcast

    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!


    WEEKLY LIST OF SUGGESTED EVENTS

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    Events Happening in the Hilltowns

    Saturday – 04/24/10

    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 – NATURE STUDIES: Help restore Atlantic Salmon in MA by stocking Salmon fry with MassWildlife at Middle Branch, Westfield River, Huntington. You will get wet!!! Some waders will be available for loan. A change of clothes is a good idea. You will be walking on slippery stream and river beds, up and down steep banks in chest or hip waders so you should be in good physical condition. Meet at the Gateway Regional High School in Huntington. Call to confirm schedule: (508) 389-6331 Huntington, MA (FREE)

    8am – NATURE STUDIES: The Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation and North Berkshire Audubon are hosting a bird walk at Sheep Hill, a conservation property and the headquarters of the Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation. Sheep Hill offers a mix of habitats and great viewing opportunities for returning birds such as warblers, swallows, and sparrows, as well as year-round residents such as bluebirds and finches. Participants will learn about bird identification through habitat, behavior and song. This leisurely walk is suitable for all levels of enthusiasts, and is open to the public. 458-2494 http://www.wrlf.org Williamstown, MA (FREE)

    9-11am – VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Third Annual Ashfield Road Clean Up Day. The snow has melted, revealing a year’s worth of trash along our road. Let’s get together and clean it up! And we can meet our neighbors too. Meet at 102 Ashfield Rd. Bring your morning beverage and we’ll share potluck muffins, donuts, etc.from 9 to 9:30. Then we’ll work in teams to pick up the trash. We can leave it in neat piles along the road and the Williamsburg Public Works Dept will take it away on Monday. For more info call Lisa Hall 268-9271 Wiliamsburg, MA (FREE)

    9am-1pm – OUTDOOR ADVENTURES: Footsteps and Footholds at Chapel Brook Reservation. Its time to walk the walk…and climb the cliff. Join other friends of Chapel Brook for a morning of easy trail maintenance, followed by a picnic lunch at noon, and your choice of a wildflower walk or an introductory climbing lesson with the Appalachian Mountain Club at 1pm. Call the Trustees of Reservations at 413-532-1631 x13 or email pvregion@ttor.org to pre-register or for more information. Ashfield, MA

    9am-12Noon – VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Trash Trackers at Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, as part of the Statewide Volunteer Day. Help pick up trash along the Fern Trail, River Trail, Old Springfield Road, and in the meadows. During spring flooding, the Mill River and the Ox-Bow overflow and often leave behind plastics, aluminum cans, and other non-point pollution which was located in the watershed heading downstream. Tasks include: picking up trash! – There will be nature games and activities for kids. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy; and after lunch explore the sanctuary with naturalist Patti Steinman and volunteer guides. – This is an outdoor project, appropriate for all ages. Wear long pants and a long-sleeve shirt, bring gloves (preferably waterproof) and wear sturdy shoes (closed toe). Click here to sign up. Easthampton, MA (FREE)

    9am-2pm – VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Annual Earth Day Clean-up of the Housatonic River Walk. Lunch provided and tours provided after 2pm. Must be 10yo+. (413) 528-3391 www.gbriverwalk.org Great Barrington, MA (FREE)

    10am-3pm – FILM STUDIES: Moving Pictures: Creating Animation at the Norman Rockwell Museum. Illustrator/animator Elizabeth Buttler will take young artists through the process of creating moving pictures with traditional animation techniques- from the creation of flip books to the use of a zoetrope. Ages 13 and up. www.nrm.org Stockbridge, MA ($)

    10am-4pm – FUNDRAISER: The Riverbend Animal Hospital will have their annual Yard Sale fundraiser this weekend. Great opportunity to practice your 3 R’s! (off Route 9) 587-3737www.riverbendanimal.com Hadley, MA (FUNDRAISER)

    10am-4pm –EARTH DAY EVENT: The First Annual Amherst Sustainability Festival, held on the Town Common and around town. The festival combines The Renewable Energy Fair, Amherst Grows Green and Arbor Day event. There will be tree pruning and tree climbing demonstrations held at Kendrick Park. Sustainable product suppliers, local artisans, consumer information regarding energy efficiency and renewable energy providers will be on hand on the Town Common. A diverse group of entertainers performing on stage on the Common include Drew Hickum and the Colonels, Jay Mankita, Piti Theatre Company, The Raging Grannies, and Marcy Gregoire. In between along the “green path,” local businesses will participate in a scavenger hunt and offer special discounts and incentives to festival attendees. Don’t miss what is destined to become a premiere Valley event! Amherst, MA (FREE)

    10am-5pm ASTRONOMY: Astronomy Day at the Springfield Science Museum. Visit the special exhibit Black Holes: Space Warps and Time Twists. Get a space explorer’s card and fly your excursion pod to the edge of a black hole. Record your discoveries and pictures on a personalized website that you can share with your friends at home. From 12Noon-2pm, observe sun spots through solar telescopes, see a display of meteorites, see a planetarium show, and make some out-of-this-world crafts. (800) 625-7738 www.springfieldmuseums.org Springfield, MA (FREE w/Admission)

    11am & 2pm – THEATER: Berkshire Children’s Theater presents Snow White at the Berkshire Museum.  443-7171 x10 www.berkshiremuseum.org Pittsfield, MA ($)

    1pm – THEATER: Grab the kids and become a Shakespearean actor for an afternoon with Shakespeare & Company. 637-1199 www.shakespeare.org Lenox, MA (>$)

    1pm – THEATER: PaintBox Theatre Presents Mother Goose in the auditorium at the Eric Carle Museum. 658-1126 www.carlemuseum.org Amherst, MA ($)

    1-3:30pm – SCIENCE ADVENTURES: Hands-on Family Science at the Springfield Science Museum. Investigate our solar system, examine animal characteristics and discover other engaging activities designed for families to explore together. (800) 625-7738 www.springfieldmuseums.org Springfield, MA (FREE w/Admission)

    2:30pm – CULTURAL STUDIES: Lisa Benson, a current Northampton resident, taught English at a Junior High School in rural Japan. She will share her experience and knowledge about the Japanese countryside including local festivals and daily life in a talk, Life in the Japanese Countryside in the Community Room at the Forbes Library. The audience will have the opportunity to see pictures and artifacts and enjoy some tea and light Japanese snacks. www.forbeslibrary.org Northampton, MA (FREE)

    3:30-4:30pm – FARM ADVENTURES: Farm Chores are Fun at Red Gate Farm. Children are invited to come help the farmer with Saturday afternoon chores. Come feed the animals, check for eggs and do other daily chores that make life on the farm so interesting. All are welcomed. Buckland, MA (FREE)

    6-8pm – CULTURAL STUDIES: Berkshire Museum and the City of Pittsfield host a celebration of Vietnamese culture with food and performance.  443-7171 x10 www.berkshiremuseum.org Pittsfield, MA ($$)

    6-8pm – MUSIC: Bread Euphoria will be holding a Bread & Acoustic Jam with local musicians. Come jam, or just come and listen. www.breadeuphoria.org Haydenville, MA (FREE)

    6:30pm – NATURE STUDIES: Woodcocks in Flight. Join the Hoffman Bird Club. Meet at the Price Chopper parking lot on the Pittsfield Lenox Road for this evening trip in search of displaying woodcock along New Lenox Road. Leader: Noreen Mole (442-6327, smole@berkshire.rr.com ) Lenox, MA

    7pm – CONCERT: Benefit concert for The Academy at Charlemont with Rani Arbo and Daisy Mayhem at Memorial Hall. The Academy Freightshakers will open the show. 339-4912 Shelburne Falls, MA (Fundraiser)

    7:30-9pm – CONCERT: “Cello Temple” with Stephen Katz, master cellist and valley resident who frequently plays with the Paul Winter Consort will be performing at the Prakasa Yoga Studio. Cello Temple is a blend of contemplative concert, healing journey and improvisational dance jam. (152 Ball Road) 268-7151 http://www.prakasayoga.com Goshen, MA ($$)

    8pm – THEATER: Arena Civic Theater presents To Kill a Mockingbird, Christopher Sergei’s beautifully crafted adaptation of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel at the Shea Theater. 863-2281, ext. 3. Turners Falls, MA ($$)

    Sunday – 04/25/10

    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.

    GAMES: A2Z presents Z Games at JFK Middle School. 586-1611 Florence, MA

    9am-1pm – VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Co-op Beautification Day at River Valley Market. Member-owners are invited to join Treefrog Landscaping in greening up the grounds of our co-op. Bring rakes, shovels, and tools (labeled with your name), sunscreen and a hat. Snacks and water will be provided. Event runs rain or shine. 584-2665 http://www.rivervalleymarket.coop Northampton, MA (FREE)

    10am-12Noon – NATURE STUDIES: Secrets of Spring Wildflowers: Guided Walk at Bartholomew’s Cobble. Visit now, at the peak of the spring wildflower season, to find out why this National Natural Landmark such an amazing place to view and identify spring wildflowers. On your walk you will be guided by Trustees of Reservations naturalist Rene Wendell. Please pre-register. 229-8600 Sheffield, MA (>$)

    10am-4pm – FUNDRAISER: The Riverbend Animal Hospital will have their annual Yard Sale fundraiser this weekend. Great opportunity to practice your 3 R’s! (off Route 9) 587-3737 www.riverbendanimal.com Hadley, MA (FUNDRAISER)

    11am – MOVIE SCREENING: Screening of No Impact Man at the Triplex. Saving the world, one family at a time. Follow the Manhattan-based Beavan family as they abandon their high consumption 5th Avenue lifestyle and try to live a year while making no net environmental impact. Speakers and food after the film. Great Barrington, MA (FREE)

    11am-4pm – EARTH DAY EVENT: Family Funfest and Eco-Fair at Pulaski Park and the Northampton Center for the Art. A free event with music, demonstrations, and activities for all ages. 800-781-9429 Northampton, MA (FREE)

    2pm – THEATER: Arena Civic Theater presents To Kill a Mockingbird, Christopher Sergei’s beautifully crafted adaptation of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel at the Shea Theater. 863-2281, ext. 3. Turners Falls, MA ($$)

    2-5pm – RESKILLING: Backyard Chickens for Beginners at Red Gate Farm. If you have even considered chickens in your backyard, then this is the workshop for you. We will cover all the basics of raising chickens – from chick to coop. Participants will learn about chicken care, different feeds, and a variety of coops and housing. This is a hands-on workshop and we will be outside for part of the class. Resource materials will also be available to take home. Ages 12 – Adult. Please call the Farm Office to register. http://www.redgatefarm.org Buckland, MA ($$)

    12Noon-4pm – MUSEUM ADVENTURES: It’s a campus wide family adventure during the People and Spaces Family Day at The Clark. This free day will explore how people fit into different spaces, places, and settings. Try to keep your bearings in a maze, create detailed clothespin people, build a miniature museum, climb a wall, and visit the Giovanni Boldini in Impressionist Paris exhibition. www.clarkart.edu 458-2303 Williamstown, MA (FREE)

    1-2pm – OUTDOOR ADVENTURES: “To Build A Fire” Family Program at Chicopee Memorial State Park. DCR educator leads hands-on fire building, fire behavior and fire safety program. Try out an “Indian Can” water pump from the 1930’s CCC. Meet at the pavilion (570 Burnett Road). 584-6788 Chicopee, MA (FREE)

    1-3:30pm – SCIENCE ADVENTURES: Hands-on Family Science at the Springfield Science Museum. Investigate our solar system, examine animal characteristics and discover other engaging activities designed for families to explore together. (800) 625-7738 www.springfieldmuseums.org Springfield, MA (FREE w/Admission)

    3:30-5:30pm – FAMILY DANCE: Family dance at the Montague Grange.  Family-style contra dancing for all ages.  Simple contras, circle dances and singing games with easy instruction for beginners of all ages. http://www.montaguema.net. Montague, MA ($)


    Week of April 26th-30th

    MONDAY – APRIL 26th

    TUESDAY – APRIL 27th

    WEDNESDAY – APRIL 28th

    THURSDAY – APRIL 29th

    FRIDAY – APRIL 30th

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    1. April 24, 2010 at 6:21 am

      Sunday April 25th:

      Celebrate Earth Day at Pulaski Park in downtown Northampton on Sunday April 25th from 11am to 4pm, a free afternoon of music and Earth (and family) friendly activities with live music from Gypsy Jazz swingers Swing Caravan, Meltdown sensation Mr. G and psychedelic Dixieland band, Primate Fiasco. There will be baby goats, chickens, art projects, food games from Healthy Foods in Northampton Schools, garbage audits and backyard composting workshops from GREEN Northampton, a bike repair workshop with Pedal People, an electric car demonstration, etc. And more free activities at the Center for the Arts across the street with Tom Knight and his Puppets.

      Also: Childrens clothes and bike swap for ages 2-8 years old. Drop off your childrens gently-used clothing and bikes from 10:30-12pm on Sunday, April 25 at Pulaski Park. Shop/swap with us from 12-3pm. Bring your own bags to shop for clothing. Volunteers needed for this too.

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    2. April 23, 2010 at 5:27 am

      VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

      David Sigelman Memorial Workdays
      Sunday, April 25 and Saturday, May 15 (Rain date, Saturday May 22) | 9am-1pm
      Little Tom Reservation, Mountain Park Access Road, Holyoke

      Help staff and volunteers continue to build and improve the visitor trail in preparation for the opening of Little Tom in 2012. Call the Trustees of Reservations at 413-532-1631 x13 or email pvregion@ttor.org to pre-register or for more information.

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    3. April 22, 2010 at 3:47 pm

      Mary Azarian and Barry Moser at The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art on Sunday, April 25, 2010

      Learn about the process of wood carving and engraving from these consummate printmakers. Enjoy a live printmaking demonstration by Mary Azarian in addition to a presentation by Barry Moser.

      Free with Museum Admission ∙ Book signing to follow
      For event details visit http://www.carlemuseum.org

      For more information about Mary Azarian visit http://www.maryazarian.com
      For more information about Barry Moser visit http://www.moser-pennyroyal.com

      WHO: Mary Azarian and Barry Moser

      WHAT: Live printmaking demonstration and presentation by award winning illustrators, Mary Azarian and Barry Moser.

      WHERE: The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
      125 West Bay Road | Amherst, MA 01002 | Phone: (413) 658-1100

      WHEN: Sunday, April 25, 2010 | 1:00 PM

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