Suggested Events 05/21/11-05/27/11

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

One misty morning this week I came upon a string of ponies grazing in the wet pastures along a windy back road of Goshen, home to the Hampshire County Riding Club. This weekend the club will be hosting a tag sale on Ball Road. Many treasure are sure to be found! - And if you love all things equine, the Pioneer Valley Therapeutic Riding Association’s Spring Benefit Horse Show is this weekend too! (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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In the Hilltowns on Saturday, May 21st from 9am-4pm – COMMUNITY CELEBRATION: Head to Chester for Chester on Track, a community celebration of the town and its history.  There will he live music, helicopter rides, quarry tours, horse-drawn wagon rides, train museum tours, blacksmith demonstrations, a parade, and more!  Route 20.  413-354-7878.  Chester, MA.  (FREE)

And in the Berkshires on  Saturday, May 21st from 12noon-4pm – WORLD MUSIC : Join the Norman Rockwell Museum in celebrating World Rhythms Day!  There will be music, dance, international cuisine, gallery tours, art making, outdoor activities, and more!  9 Route 183.  413-298-4100.  Stockbridge, MA.  (FREE with museum admission)

In the Pioneer Valley on Saturday, May 21st from 3pm – FAMILY CONCERT: Visit the Eric Carle Museum for a performance from Elizabeth Mitchell & You Are My Flower, with special guests Mates of State!  Manhan Rail Trail PosterProceeds from the concert benefit the Northampton Community Music Center’s scholarship program.  125 West Bay Road.  413-658-1100.  Amherst, MA.  ($)

Then on Sunday, May 22nd at 10am – BIKES: Celebrate the grand opening of the completion of the Manhan Rail Trail extension to Northampton!  The event will begin at 10am with light refreshments and live music at Millside Park in Easthampton, and there will be performers along the trail as well.  The event will move steadily down the trail all morning until noon when there will be a ribbon cutting on the bridge over Route 10.  The entrance to the trail is off of Ferry and Pleasant streets.  This is an exciting occasion for trail-users- only a few years ago, there was a plan for the new trail bridge but no money to build and today there is a beautiful new section of bike path! Ferry Street and Pleasant Street.  Easthampton, MA.  (FREE)

Later in Easthampton on Sunday at 1:30pm – FAMILY CONCERT: Mister G and he kid-friendly punk rock band R.O.C.K. (the Royal Order of Chords and Keys) will perform a family concert to benefit Sunnyside Child Care at Flywheel Arts Collective. 43 East Main St. (Old Town Hall) Easthampton, MA ($)

MARK YOUR CALENDARS:
MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

Memorial Day Weekend from 9am-5pm – SHEEP & WOOLCRAFT FAIR: Head to Cummington for the Massachusetts Sheep and Woolcraft Fair!  There will be shearing demonstrations, wool spinning, sheep herding demonstrations, workshops on dying and spinning for kids, weaving, and much more!  97 Fairgrounds Road.  Cummington, MA.

… and from 10am-6pm – CULTURAL BAZAAR: The Cultural Survival Bazaar, an international festival of native arts and culture, happens on the Amherst Common.  Artisans, music, demos, educational displays, Native American storytelling, ethnic cuisine and much more. Amherst, M (FREE ENTRANCE)

BULLETIN BOARD

Celtic Heels School of Irish DanceIRISH DANCE: Irish Dance Camp / Evening Lessons / Fiddle Lessons: Join in the fun of the jigs and reels this summer with The Celtic Heels School of Irish Dance in Greenfield, MA! Camp 1: 6/27-6/30 for ages 4-6 from 9-10:30am ($55); ages 7-8 from 9am-12noon ($110); and ages 9+ from 9am-2pm ($180). Camp 2: For experienced dancers. Camp 3: 7/8-7/10 for ages 7-8 from 9am-12noon ($85); and ages 9+ from 9am-2pm ($135).  There is also a 6 week evening lesson workshop beginning the end of July. Class openings still available for ages 4-Adult in both soft shoe and hard shoe. Fiddle lessons will be held on Mondays on a first come first serve basis. For more information visit www.CelticHeelsDance.com

ADVENTURES IN CHINESE: June 20- July 1, 2011. New at The Bement School in Deerfield, campers ages 5-12 years can participate in activities designed to build vocabulary and confidence in speaking Mandarin Chinese. Campers will gain a better understanding of Chinese art, culture and tradition. Highlights include: Chinese food, Chinese stories and songs, brush painting and calligraphy, ancient Chinese culture and history, Chinese hand-drawing animations. For more information call 413-475-3044 www.bement.org/summer. Services include: round-trip van transportation (Hadley, Northampton, Amherst), extended day and bag lunches.

ADVENTURE CAMP: Four two-week sessions, June 20-August 12, 2011. The Bement School Summer Programs in Deerfield offer a preschool program and adventure day camp for boys and girls ages 15 months to 15 years. Adventure Camp provides a traditional day camp experience. Your child will participate in many activities to make his or her summer a memorable one. At the same time, parents can enjoy peace of mind knowing their child is in a safe and caring place. A sibling discount is available for siblings who enroll in multiple sessions. For information call 413-475-3044  www.bement.org/summer. Services include: round-trip van transportation (Hadley, Northampton, Amherst), extended day and bag lunches.

SHIPROCK & ANCHORDOG: This original musical is a collaboration between local children and artists from around the Pioneer Valley. Shiprock and Anchordog tells the tale of two lovable pups who leave their home in the desert to embark upon an epic quest in search of food security. In the production, the audience will journey across a beautiful piece of farmland, moving through a labyrinth of cargo trains, blueberry fields, oceans, and forests. The adventure incorporates live music, dance, and puppetry. Performances will be held at 81 Rocky Hill Rd. in Hadley on May 27th at 5pm and May 28th & 29th at 4pm. Tickets sold on a sliding scale: $10-25. Picnic dinner included in the price! Children 4 & under free.

Emily Jawadekar writes: I am a certified Children’s Yoga teacher. I teach yoga for ages 3-15 in the Northampton area. I can teach at my house or yours, or outdoors if it is a nice day! $25.00/hour for a private lesson. Groups classes are cheaper. Lessons start asap. Be prepared to have a lot of fun! If interested, please e-mail Emily asap at emilyj416@yahoo.com

Cedric Watson & Bijou Creole at the Iron HorseCynthia Grippaldi writes: The Junior Solar Spring will be held at Reid Middle School on North St. in Pittsfield on Sat., June 4th.  This fun event gathers @ 100 middle school students from the greater Berkshire region who have designed & built model vehicles that operate by the power of solar panels.  On June 4, they will be judged on craftsmanship, technical merit, innovation & performance. This is a totally volunteer event, & we could really use some volunteers.  We need to check-in teams, staff tables, oversee start & finish lines, help w/repairs, judges, scorekeeping, etc. Registration starts @ 8:30, & the event is usually over @ 1pm. Many tasks do not require you be there the whole time. For more info email me at cynthiag@cetonline.org or call 413-445-4556 x25.

CITIZEN SCIENTISTS: Help out with Firefly Watch, a program from the Museum of Science in Boston that tracks the geographic distribution of fireflies as well as their activity during summer months.  Participation is simple — all you have to do is count fireflies!  After signing up, you can create a description of where you live (geographic and physical) and then report your findings all summer long!  The study is also looking at how lawn chemicals affect fireflies, so be sure to include information about your lawn care (or lack thereof) in your description!  To sign up, visit the program’s website at www.mos.org/fireflywatch.

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

This week The Luv Clowns Guest DJ the HFVS, spinning tunes by The Dixie Cups, The Olympics, Lee Dorsey, Capt. Groovy and his Bubblegum Army, Johnny Cash, Woody Herman, and many other… including The Luv Clowns!

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, May 21st, 2011

Happy National Kids to Parks Day!

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 – HORSES: Love all things equine?  Then go see the Pioneer Valley Therapeutic Riding Association’s Spring Benefit Horse Show!  There will be many levels of riding to be seen, and the event supports a great cause.  646 West Street.  413-253-7702.  Amherst, MA.  (FUNDRAISER)

8am-2pm – TAG SALE: Find some great new-to-you things at the Friends of the Clapp Library’s Community Tag Sale!  Spaces have been rented out by community members and will be full of items.  The Friends will also be selling light refreshments.  19 South Main Street.  413-323-0417.  Belchertown, MA.  (SALE)

9am – ANIMAL ADVENTURES: Go on a Bird Walk in West Springfield!  Lead by Springfield College professor Dan Russell, the walk will take place at Mittineague Park.  Participants will learn about birds native to the area as well as birds that pass through on their way north for the summer.  Bring binoculars so you can see the birds better!  Westfield Street.  413-788-4125.  West Springfield, MA.  (FREE)

9am-12noon – PLANT SALE: Visit Red Gate Farm for an plant sale an open house!  Get some great things for your garden and explore the farm.  4 Norman Road.  413-625-9503.  Buckland, MA.  (FREE)

9am-12Noon – ELECTRONIC RECYCLING: Bring your old electronic to be recycled at Smith Vocational H.S. Benefits Northampton Schools. 413-268-2031 Northampton, MA (>$)

9am-2pm – VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Help out with Haydenville Community Playground Clean-up Day!  There will be pizza for lunch at noon.  RSVP to sarahelen@gmail.com.  59 Main Street.  Haydenville, MA.  (FREE)

9am-4pm – COMMUNITY CELEBRATION: Head to Chester for Chester on Track, a community celebration of the town and its history.  There will he live music, helicopter rides, quarry tours, horse-drawn wagon rides, train museum tours, blacksmith demonstrations, a parade, and more!  Route 20.  413-354-7878.  Chester, MA.  (FREE)

9am-5pm – ANIMAL STUDIES: Visit the Turners Falls Fishway to observe migratory fish during their upstream journey for spawning through underwater viewing windows!  Located behind Town Hall. 1 Avenue A.  413-659-3714.  Turners Falls, MA.  (FREE)

10am – GARDENING: Want to learn how to plan a garden?  Attend this workshop at the Bullitt Reservation and you’ll learn all about planting, thinning, succession planting, and cultivar selection.  All you need to know beforehand is what you like to eat!  332 Bullitt Road.  413-628-4485.  Ashfield, MA.  (FREE)

10-11am – NATURE SCIENCE: Learn all about buds and blossoms at the Arms Library!  There will be storytime, as well as art and science activities to supplement learning.  Main and Bridge Streets.  413-625-0306.  Shelburne Falls, MA.  (FREE)

10am-12noon – PARENT SUPPORT: Parents of children of color are invited to bring their kids to Color Play at Forbes Library.  The event includes story time, crafts, and a healthy snack.  The program is designed to allow parents to have an open dialogue about the concerns surrounding raising children of color.  20 West Street.  413-587-1011.  Northampton, MA.  (FREE)

10am-2pm – OUTDOOR LEARNING: Attend the second annual MUD Day at Muddy Brook Elementary School!  The event is centered around green living, outdoor learning, and the community’s connection to the landscapes of the Berkshires.  313 Monument Valley Road.  Great Barrington, MA.  (FREE)

10am-2pm – OUTDOOR ADVENTURES: Head to Springfield for Fun on the River Walk!  There will be all kinds of activities, including a scavenger hunt, Tai Chi, face painting, free food, a mobile mural, balloon sculpting, and sidewalk chalk art!  West Street and Riverside Road.  Springfield, MA.  (FREE)

10am-4pm – TAG SALE: Hampshire County Riding Club in having a weekend tag sale. Ball Road. 413-634-0020 Goshen, MA (SALE)

10am-5pm – OPEN STUDIOS: Cottage Street Studios host their annual open studios, celebrating art & gardens.  Bring the family to explore the studios and to see what inspires local artists.  Mater Gardeners will be on site too to answer gardening questions.  And bring some of your garden soil to be tested. 1 Cottage Street. Easthampton, MA (SALE)

10am-11pm – COMMUNITY FAIR: Amherst Town Fair is happening on the town common.  The Rotary Club is presenting games, food, rides and family activities. Town Common. Amherst, MA (FREE ENTRANCE)

10:30am-12noon – PARENT WORKSHOP: Attend a workshop entitled, “It’s Never Too Early,” which will teach parents about preparing infants and toddlers for school- specifically, parents will learn about developmental stages and what they can do to help their child be ready to learn.  The workshop will take place at the Sumner Avenue School.  45 Sumner Avenue.  413-787-7485.  Springfield, MA.  (FREE)

11am – CIRCUS STUDIES: Learn all about the Ringling Brothers circus at the Huntington Public Library!  Munch on animal crackers, read circus stories, and make a 3-ring circus mobile!  7 East Main Street.  413-667-3506.  Huntington, MA.  (FREE)

11am-3pm – COMMUNITY FAIR: Hillcrest Educational Centers hos a community day for families with music by David Grover and Grover’s Gang, Bowie the Clown and Hillcrest Drummin Group. 313-499-7924 788 South St. Pittsfield, MA (FREE)

12pm – TRADITIONAL MUSIC: Head to Springfield for the Musical Roots and Traditions Festival, hosted by the Community Music School!  There will be live music and dance performances of all kinds both inside and outside.  127 State Street.  413-788-7270.  Springfield, MA.  (FREE)

12noon-4pm – WORLD MUSIC : Join the Norman Rockwell Museum in celebrating World Rhythms Day!  There will be music, dance, international cuisine, gallery tours, art making, outdoor activities, and more!  9 Route 183.  413-298-4100.  Stockbridge, MA.  (FREE with museum admission)

12noon-6pm – STREET PERFORMANCE: The Royal Frog Ballet and C3 Northampton present the Busker’s Ball!  All afternoon, performers will be singing, playing music, hosting games, dancing, doing interactive projects, and much more!  There will be musicians, puppeteers, artists, and jugglers!  Main Street.  413-585-0373.  Northampton, MA.  (DONATION)

12noon-4:30pm – HISTORY: Visit Historic Deerfield to learn about the importance of sewing and mending in early New England times.  Make your own sewing kit, called, “A Housewife” to take home with you.  84 Old Main Street.  413-774-5581.  Deerfield, MA.  (FREE with museum admission) 

1-3pm – SCIENCE ADVENTURES: Visit the Springfield Museums and find the Roving Scientist for fun hands-on health-related activities!  21 Edwards Street.  800-625-7738.  Springfield, MA.  (FREE with museum admission)

1-4pm – FAIRIES: Head to Longmeadow for the 5th annual Sprite and Fairy Festival!  Children 2-8 are invited to attend (in costume!) and make their own fairy houses from forest materials.  There will also be a tea party for which reservations are required.  Longmeadow Street.  413-565-4160.  Longmeadow, MA.  (FREE)

2pm & 7:30pm – FAMILY THEATER: See the Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter School’s performance of Hairspray at the Bowker Auditorium at UMass!  Campus Center Way.  413-545-2511.  Amherst, MA.  ($$)

2-4pm – HENNA: Head to the Jones Library for a henna tattoo workshop with Sangita Desai!  Registration suggested.  43 Amity Street.  413-259-3090.  Amherst, MA.  (FREE)

3pm – FAMILY CONCERT: Visit the Eric Carle Museum for a performance from Elizabeth Mitchell & You Are My Flower, with special guests Mates of State!  Proceeds from the concert benefit the Northampton Community Music Center’s scholarship program.  125 West Bay Road.  413-658-1100.  Amherst, MA.  ($)

1-5pm – SPRING FESTIVAL: Spring festival at Laural Park with maypole, morris dancers, music and merriment, including bake sale, may basket making and plant swap. Contra dance from 3-5pm with caller, Ralph Sweet. Normal Hall at Laurel Park. North King St. Northampton, MA (>$ DONATION)

4pm – STORYTIME: Visit Odyssey Bookshop for storytime with local author David Hyde Costello!  9 College Street.  413-534-7307.  South Hadley, MA.  (FREE)

4pm – NATURE ADVENTURES: Learn all about underwater organisms at the pond at Northfield Mountain!  There are fascinating creatures of all kinds to be seen.  Pre-registration required.  99 Millers Falls Road.  800-859-2960.  Northfield, MA.  (FREE)

6pm – FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT: Visit Owl and Raven for Family Movie Night!  Watch Charlotte’s Web (the 2006 version, not the cartoon!) and enjoy tea, hot chocolate, and snacks.  2 Conz Street #42.  413-341-3581.  Northampton, MA.  (>$)

7:30-10pm – FAMILY PERFORMANCE: Join some of the buskers from the Busker’s Ball as well as other local artists for an evening cabaret at the Dynamite Space in Thornes Marketplace!  There will be performers of all kinds, everything from puppets to tango and everything in between.  150 Main Street.  413-585-0373.  Northampton, MA.  (>$)


Sunday, May 22nd, 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.

9am-5pm – ANIMAL STUDIES: Visit the Turners Falls Fishway to observe migratory fish during their upstream journey for spawning through underwater viewing windows!  Located behind Town Hall. 1 Avenue A.  413-659-3714.  Turners Falls, MA.  (FREE)

10am – BIKES: Celebrate the grand opening of the completion of the Manhan Rail Trail extension to Northampton!  The event will begin with light refreshments and live music at Millside Park, and there will be performers along the trail as well.  At noon there will be a ribbon cutting on the bridge over Route 10.  Ferry Street and Pleasant Street.  Easthampton, MA.  (FREE)

10am-4pm – TAG SALE: Hampshire County Riding Club in having a weekend tag sale. Ball Road. 413-634-0020 Goshen, MA (SALE)open

10am-5pm – OPEN STUDIOS: Cottage Street Studios host their annual open studios, celebrating art & gardens.  Bring the family to explore the studios and to see what inspires local artists.  Mater Gardeners will be on site too to answer gardening questions.  And bring some of your garden soil to be tested. 1 Cottage Street. Easthampton, MA (SALE)

11am-3pm – TRUCKS: It’s Truck Day at the Great Barrington VFW with the Great Barrington Cooperative Preschool. 800 South Main St. 413-528-2127 Great Barrington, MA (>$)

12noon-4:30pm – HISTORY: Visit Historic Deerfield to learn about the importance of sewing and mending in early New England times.  Make your own sewing kit, called, “A Housewife” to take home with you.  84 Old Main Street.  413-774-5581.  Deerfield, MA.  (FREE with museum admission)

1:30pm – FAMILY CONCERT: Mister G and he kid-friendly punk rock band R.O.C.K. (the Royal Order of Chords and Keys) will perform a family concert to benefit Sunnyside at Flywheel Arts Collective. 43 East main St. (Old Town Hall) Easthampton, MA ($)

2pm – FAMILY THEATER: See the Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter School’s performance of Hairspray at the Bowker Auditorium at UMass!  Campus Center Way.  413-545-2511.  Amherst, MA.  ($$)

2pm – ORGAN CONCERT: Take the kids to hear Hans Hielscher perform a pipe organ concert at the United Congregational Church of Holyoke.   Sponsored by Holyoke Community College. Appleton and Maple Streets.  413-538-1000.  Holyoke, MA.  ($)

2pm – BOOK SIGNING: Visit Broadside Books to meet Jeanne Birdsall, local author of the Penderwicks series.  247 Main Street.  413-586-4235.  Northampton, MA.  (FREE)

2-5pm – GROUNDBREAKING CELEBRATION: Join GrowFood Northampton in celebrating the official groundbreaking at the new Northampton Community Farm, which is part of 180 acres of land in Florence that has been preserved.  The celebration will include live music from Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem, along with horse-drawn rides, a riverwalk, refreshments, and games.  233 Spring Street.  413-584-0081.  Florence, MA.  (FREE)

3pm – YOUTH CONCERT: The Springfield Symphony Youth Orchestra performs their end of season concert today at Symphony Hall.  34 Court Street. 413-788-7033.  Springfield, MA.  ($)

6-9pm – ZOO ADVENTURES: Take the kids to the clubhouse at the Zoo in Forest Park for a night of games, crafts, and hands-on experiences with animals.  Reservations required.  302 Sumner Avenue.  413-733-2251.  Springfield, MA.  (>$)


Monday, May 23rd, 2011

3-5pm – OPEN HOUSE: Soon-to-be preschool (age 3+) and kindergarten students and their parents are invited to an open house at Berkshire Trail Elementary School where they can meet and greet, learn about the school, and play.  2 Main Street.  413-634-5327.  Cummington, MA.  (FREE)

6-8pm – SWIMMING: The Springfield Parks and Recreation Department is offering free swim night at at the Gerena School.  Anyone under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.  200 Birnie Avenue.  413-750-2159.  Springfield, MA.  (FREE)

7pm – LAUGHTER: Teens and parents are invited to a workshop on the benefits of laughter!  Guaranteed to make you feel great.  20 West Street.  413-587-1011.  Northampton, MA.  (FREE)

7-8:30pm – BEES: Learn all about beekeeping and honey at the Westhampton Library!  1 North Road.  413-527-5386.  Westhampton, 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)
  • 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

MONDAY PARENT SUPPORT GROUPS

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)
  • Northampton ♦ 6-11pm: Owl and Raven host an intergenerational game night every Monday. Bring a game or come learn a new one. Tea and snacks. 2 Conz Street, Unit #42 413-341-3581 (FREE)
  • Springfield ♦ 11am-12:50pm: Public ice skating at Smead Arena (1780 Roosevelt Ave.) Skate rentals available. 781-2599 ($)
  • Williamsburg – 2:30-5pm: Teen and Tween Scene at Meekins Library! Visit for snacks, internet, homework help, Xbox, and Wii… as well as great books and movies! 2 Williams Street. 268-7472. Williamsburg, MA. (FREE!)

Tuesday, May 24th, 2011

1:30-6:30pm – FARMERS’ MARKET: Head to Northampton’s Tuesday market for a performance by local musician Peter Blanchette and band Lux Deluxe, as well as a guest appearance from chef Unmi Abkin- as well as fresh, local produce, of course!  Behind Thornes Marketplace.  Northampton, MA.  (MARKET)

5pm – MUSIC: Children interested in being part of the Northampton Children’s Choir are invited to tag along to a choir rehearsal (and bring a friend!) at the Northampton Cummunity Music Center to see what it’s like.  139 South Street.  413-585-0001.  Northampton, MA.  (FREE)

6-7pm – PARENT WORKSHOP: The Springfield Parent Academy presents a sign language workshop!  Learn some basic signs that can be helpful to use with young hearing children.  The workshop will take place at Chestnut Middle School.  355 Plainfield Street.  413-787-7485.  Springfield, MA.  (FREE)

7pm – LOCAL HISTORY: Head to the Meekins Library to learn all about the Mill River flood of 1874!  Local historian Eric Weber will speak about how the event affected valley residents.  2 Main Street.  413-268-7472.  Williamsburg, MA.  (FREE)

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)
  • Goshen ♦ 10:30-11:30am: Mommy & Me yoga storytelling class at Prakasa Yoga Studio. 152 Ball Rd. 413-268-7151
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Chicopee ♦ 5-7:15pm: Grandparents as Parents at the Chicopee Senior Center (7 Valley View Ct.). Meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month. 534-3698 (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)

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, May 25th, 2011

9am-5pm – ANIMAL STUDIES: Visit the Turners Falls Fishway to observe migratory fish during their upstream journey for spawning through underwater viewing windows!  Located behind Town Hall. 1 Avenue A.  413-659-3714.  Turners Falls, MA.  (FREE)

10:30am – PREK ART: Norman Rockwell Museum hosts “Kids Create!” for preK kids. Hands-on experiences. Route 183 Stockbridge, MA (>$)

1:15-2:15pm – NATURE SCIENCE: Learn all about the life cycle of salmon at with educator Rachel Roberts at the Carnegie Library!  There will be storytime and many hands-on activities.  1 Avenue A.  413-863-3214.  Turners Falls, MA.  (FREE)

5:30-7:30pm – PARENT WORKSHOP: Attend a workshop on healthy lifestyle choices!  There will be light snacks, prizes, and free chilcare.  Presented by Childcare of the Berkshires.  210 State Street.  413-664-4821.  North Adams, MA.  (FREE)

5:30-7:30pm – PARENT SUPPORT GROUP: Erving School Union #28 hosts a support group for parents of children with special needs.  Dinner provided (baked potatoes with simple toppings- bring some of your own and/or some to share!) from 5:30-6, with childcare and group discussion to follow.  The group will meet on three Wednesdays during the spring and will be facilitated by Sean O’Neill, the school union’s Inclusion Specialist.  Pre-registration required.  85 Montague Road.  413-423-3331.  Leverett, MA.  (FREE!)

6-8pm – SWIMMING: The Springfield Parks and Recreation Department is offering free swim night at at the Gerena School.  Anyone under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.  200 Birnie Avenue.  413-750-2159.  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)
  • Northampton ♦ 4pm:Parenting/Baby Group at the Forbes Library. Call to pre-register. 587-1011 www.forbeslibrary.org (FREE)
  • 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

  • Amherst ♦ 10:30-11:45am: Momma and Baby Yoga (Start after 7 weeks postpartum) at the CDH outpatient offices at 170 University Drive. Pre-registration is required: 582-2736, press “3” for Yoga
  • Greenfield ♦ 12Noon-1:40pm: Public ice skating at Collins/Moylan Arena (41 Barr Ave.). Skate rentals available. 772-6891 ($)
  • Hadley ♦ 10-11:30am: Rollerskate with Tiny Tot Romp, Stop, ‘n’ Roll Skate and Play at Interskate 91 North (Hampshire Mall). Strollers welcome. Parent’s don’t have to wear skates. For Ages 6 & under. 586-2737 www.interskate91.com(>$)
  • Holyoke ♦ 12:30-2:20pm: Public ice skating at Fitzpatrick Arena (575 Maple St.) Skate rentals available. 532-2929 ($)
  • Northampton ♦ 1pm: Baby-friendly movie screening at the Pleasant Street Theater. ($)
  • Northampton ♦ 4:30pm: Yo-Yo School at A2Z. Come visit yo-yo school and learn to yo-yo for free with A2Z. (FREE)
  • Springfield ♦ 10:30am-12:20pm: Public ice skating at Smead Arena (1780 Roosevelt Ave.) Skate rentals available. 781-2599 ($)

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

9am-5pm – ANIMAL STUDIES: Visit the Turners Falls Fishway to observe migratory fish during their upstream journey for spawning through underwater viewing windows!  Located behind Town Hall. 1 Avenue A.  413-659-3714.  Turners Falls, MA.  (FREE)

3:30pm – CINEMA: Images Cinema presents the movie Mia and the Migoo as part of their international film series.  The movie is from France (but is in English) and is animated.  50 Spring Street.  413-458-1039.  Williamstown, MA.  (>$)

4-6pm – PICNIC: Northampton Parents Center end of the year picnic happens at Look Park. Bring a dish to share and join other parents of preK kids at the Dow Pavillion.  Rain date: Thurs., Jun 2nd. Florence, MA (>$ PARK ENTRANCE)

4:30-6:30 – LOCAL FOOD CELEBRATION: Join Real Pickles in celebrating 10 years in business and their transition to solar energy!  Have some People’s Pint Ginger Brew, snack on pickles, and learn all about solar energy.  311 Wells Street.  Greenfield, MA.  (FREE)

6-8pm – COMMUNITY CONCERT: Visit the Greenfield Energy Park for a free concert by Devlin Miles, Roland LaPierre, and the Falltown String Band!  50 Miles Street.  Greenfield, MA.  (FREE)

6-7pm – PARENT WORKSHOP: The Springfield Parent Academy presents a sign language workshop!  Learn some basic signs that can be helpful to use with young hearing children.  The workshop will take place at the Sumner Avenue School.  45 Sumner Avenue.  413-787-7485.  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)
  • 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)
  • 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)

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)
  • 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)
  • 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 ($)
  • Northampton ♦ 6pm: Community potluck dinner at Owl and Raven. Bring entree or dessert to share (include list of ingredients). Casual gathering. 2 Conz Street, Unit #42 413-341-3581 (POTLUCK)
  • Springfield ♦ 10:45am-12:35pm: Public ice skating at Smead Arena (1780 Roosevelt Ave.). Skate rentals available. 781-2599 ($)

Friday, May 27th, 2011

9am-5pm – ANIMAL STUDIES: Visit the Turners Falls Fishway to observe migratory fish during their upstream journey for spawning through underwater viewing windows!  Located behind Town Hall. 1 Avenue A.  413-659-3714.  Turners Falls, MA.  (FREE)

1-2pm – BABY YOGA: Parents and babies are invited to a baby-friendly yoga class at Forbes Library.  Babies of any age are welcome so long as they will be okay while mom practices yoga. 20 West Street.  413-587-1011.  Northampton, MA.  (FREE)

2-4pm – HOMESCHOOL PLAYGROUP: Head to the Worthington town hall for some social time with other homeschool families!  Bring an activity to share.  Route 112.  413-238-4424.  Worthington, MA.  (FREE)

5pm – FAMILY MUSICAL: Shiprock and Anchordog, an original musical collaboration between local children and artists from around the Pioneer Valley incorporating live music, dance and puppetry. Picnic dinner included.  81 Rocky Hill Rd. Hadley, MA ($, UNDER 4 FREE)

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. 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

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(>$)

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