65 Suggested Events in Western MA: February 2-8, 2019

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Awaken your child’s capacities! Resiliency, imagination, and a solid inner compass grow from an inspired curriculum. Deep academic inquiry, plenty of outside time, music and art in everyday learning, active land stewardship, and a culture of compassion: these are rooted traditions. Serving students from infancy through high school, The Hartsbrook School’s curriculum progressively meets each developmental stage with great care. Give your child a foundation for the future and enjoy a vibrant parent community. Winter Open House, Saturday, February 2nd, 10 am to noon. All are welcome! 193 Bay Road, Hadley, 413-586-1908, www.hartsbrook.org

Feb 3

Wild Life: A Center School Open House, open to everyone! Join the school on Sunday, February 3 from 12noon-4pm, for an afternoon of animal and nature-based activities. Participate in a family hike or outdoor challenge with Venture Out. Meet a collection of special, rescued animals. (See a lynx, lemur, pearl fox, paca and more.) Watch a screening of “Mother Nature’s Child: Growing Outdoors in the Media Age.” Participate in environmental activism. All classrooms will be open, and teachers will be leading science, nature, and animal-based activities for kids ages 2-13. Meet Center School teachers and families. Enjoy light refreshments and community. All are welcomed. See the website for full schedule details: centerschool.net.

Feb 2-9

WinterFest Amherst 2019 returns with a week-long schedule of venues and events for the whole family, February 2-9. They’ll kick off the festivities with the Luminaria on the Town Commons, a public display of over 1,500 flickering luminarias, and end the week with their signature Grand Finale including our fan-favorite events such as the Best-in-Snow Dog Show. Keep an eye on their online calendar that’s packed with 35+ more events including ice skating performances, hockey games, sledding, live music events, art classes, and much more! Produced by Amherst Leisure Services and Friends of Amherst Recreation. Presented by local sponsors.

Feb 19 – 22

Whole Children is pleased to offer a February School Vacation Program with two separate sections for school age kids ages 7 to 12 and for teens ages 13 to 17. The program will be offered Tuesday through Friday, February 19-22 from 9 am to 3 pm. Come experience 4-days of fun games and activities! There will be a mix of everything “Whole Children” at this camp – board games, gym games, video games, Pokémon, LEGO and K’nex Building, Manga, Anime, karaoke, cooking, and a movie! Enjoy your favorites or try something new! There will be free-choice and opt-out/quiet time opportunities too! Price: $195, Franklin/Hampshire DDS Price: $150. To register, visit http://bit.ly/WCFebRegistration or call 413-585-8010.

The Northampton Public Schools Preschool is a play-based, child-centered, integrated preschool open to families living in Northampton, Florence & Leeds. Their half-day program runs 4 days a week, Mon-Thurs for 2.5 hours a session (morning or afternoon). Children attend in 2 locations (Bridge Street School & Leeds School) with outdoor play each day. Children who turn 3 by Aug 31 are eligible to start in Sept. Two acceptance lotteries are held (early Feb & late May), followed by rolling admissions. There is a limited full-day option for children who will be 4 by Aug 31, chosen by lottery. For more info or an application, contact earlychildhood@northampton-k12.us, call 413-587-1471 or visit Northampton Preschool to download forms.

Accept- ing New Students

Valley Guitar and Music Lessons with Zak Trojano: Zak Trojano is now accepting guitar & music students around the Pioneer Valley. While working as an internationally acclaimed performer and songwriter for over 15 years, Zak has been teaching people of all ages and skill levels here in Western MA. Graduating with a BS in music from Skidmore College, with a focus on music theory and composition, Zak is a patient, inspiring teacher, well loved by his students. Zak offers lessons in guitar, music theory, composition, and songwriting. He is fluent in most American musical styles including Rock, Blues, Folk, Country, and Jazz, with a particular interest in fingerstyle guitar. More info at www.valleymusiclessons.com or email info@zaktrojano.com.

MARKET YOUR SUMMER CAMP: In an effort to connect families with summer camps & programs in the region, Hilltown Families is offering camps and programs a chance to partner with us in their online marketing with a special enhanced publicity offer. On Wednesday, March 6th, 2019, Hilltown Families will be featuring summer camps and programs in the region on Hilltown Families with a special directory: 2019 Summer Camps and Programs in Western MA. Find out more about this targeted marketing opportunity HERE.

Hilltown Families Preschool Directory: Are you looking for a preschool that fits your child’s personality and reflects your family’s values for next year? Check out our Preschool Directory, which features preschools and programs across Western MA., Find the perfect place for your young one! ♦ If you have a school or program you would like to add to our directory, contact us at info@hilltownfamilies.org for more information on how you can be added at any time.

ADVERTISE HERE: Want to reach thousands of families living across Western MA? See your community event, after-school program, summer camp, class, school, open house, audition, homeschool program, workshop, volunteer opportunity, wellness program, local business, fundraiser, or non-profit featured here in the Bulletin Board section of our list of Weekly Suggested Events and in our weekly eNewsletter! Find out about our affordable advertising options and how you can partner with Hilltown Families in your online marketing by contacting us at info@hilltownfamilies.org.


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Events Happening in the Hilltown


Saturday, February 2, 9-10am – Hilltown Family Variety Show. Commercial-free family radio. We already know our Manners, no need to teach them, but here is the perfect playlist to practice that love and caring. Purple Fox brings some of his favorite songs about Pleases, Thank Yous, and kindness to others, right to your ears, because Sharing is Caring! Tune in on your FM dial, or listen live via streaming audio at www.valleyfreeradio.org. Click here select from over 300 archived shows!

Saturday, February 2 – WinterFest Amherst 2019 returns with a week-long schedule of venues and events for the whole family, February 2-9. They’ll kick off the festivities with the Luminaria on the Town Commons, a public display of over 1,500 flickering luminarias, and end the week with their signature Grand Finale including our fan-favorite events such as the Best-in-Snow Dog Show. Keep an eye on their online calendar that’s packed with 35+ more events including ice skating performances, hockey games, sledding, live music events, art classes, and much more! Produced by Amherst Leisure Services and Friends of Amherst Recreation. Presented by local sponsors. Amherst, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 9:30am & 11am – The Princess and the Frog. Tiny Tales is a live, participatory theater experience specifically designed for young children between the ages of 3 and 8. The Princess and the Frog is a tale of passion and purpose, kindness and determination. Throughout the show, children are invited up on stage to take an active part in the production while those who remain in the audience provide sound effects and hand motions that enhance the story. The immersive format of this show helps children develop an early love for theater. The performance will be held at The Red Door Theatre. 152 South Westfield Street, Feeding Hills, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 9-11am – Wildlife CSI: Understanding Animal Tracks & Signs at Canoe Meadows Wildlife Sanctuary. Search for tracks, scat, and other signs of wildlife that stay active through the winter. Ages 8-18. Pittsfield, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 9am-12noon. Wildlife Tracking at Graves Farm. Williamsburg, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 9am-11pm- The 4th Annual Winter Festival at Gateway City Arts. Holyoke, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 10-11:30am – Tracking Fun for Families at Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary. Easthampton, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 10-11:50am – Ponyo at Amherst Cinema. Amherst, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 10am-12noon – Awaken your child’s capacities! Resiliency, imagination, and a solid inner compass grow from an inspired curriculum. Deep academic inquiry, plenty of outside time, music and art in everyday learning, active land stewardship, and a culture of compassion: these are rooted traditions. Serving students from infancy through high school, The Hartsbrook School’s curriculum progressively meets each developmental stage with great care. Give your child a foundation for the future and enjoy a vibrant parent community. Winter Open House, Saturday, February 2nd, 10 am to noon. All are welcome! 193 Bay Road, Hadley, 413-586-1908, www.hartsbrook.org. Hadley, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 10am-12noon, 2-4pm – Year of the Earth Boar. Losar at Tsegyalgar East. Conway, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 10am-1pm – Greenfield Winter Farmers’ Market at Four Corners Public School. Greenfield, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 10am- 1:30pm – Friends of Greenfield Public Library Book Sale. Greenfield Public Library. 413-772-1544. 402 Main Street, Greenfield, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 11am-1pm – Link to Libraries Family Fun Day at Mill 180 Park. Easthampton, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 11:30am-1pm – Scared of the Dark: A Free Parents Workshop with child psychologist Dr. Edward Plimpton, a child clinical psychologist specializing the treatment of OCD and other anxiety disorders in children. From ghosts in the closet, upsetting current events, violence on the news, to lockdown drills, learn practical skills to help with your child’s fears. It Takes a Village. 413-650-3640. 2 Main Street, Cummington, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 12-3pm – The Noble & Cooley Center for Historic Preservation invites everyone with interest in “living history” to join them at the NCCHP Museum for their Annual Ice Harvest. Dennis Picard will organize the harvest and teach about the history of ice harvesting in New England – visitors will even get to try using an ice saw! Ice was once an important “cash crop” in New England, and you can learn about the history and science behind ice harvesting, experience what it was like to live in farm communities and industrial villages once common throughout New England. Noble and Cooley Center for Historic Preservation (NCCHP) Museum. 413-357-6321. 42 Water Street. Granville, MA.r

Saturday, February 2, 12:30-3:30pm – Lenox Mountain Summit Hike at Pleasant Valley. Strap on snowshoes or microspikes for a hike to the wintery summit of Lenox Mountain to track wildlife, identify trees by their bark, and take in a 50-mile view from the top. Registration required. Ages 16+. Lenox, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 1-3pm – Family Movie Day at The RECOVER Project. Greenfield, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 2-4pm – 3D Printing: An Introduction at Make-It Springfield. Springfield, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 3-5pm – A Magical Afternoon at South Hadley High School. South Hadley, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 5-7pm – Berkshire Museum After Hours. Get into the da Vinci spirit with a Da Vinci Code-inspired scavenger hunt! Uncover the secrets of past and present cultures and civilizations as you solve successive clues throughout the Museum. Berkshire Museum. 413-443-7171. 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA.

Saturday, February 2, 5-8pm – Luminaria on the Commons on the Amherst Town Common. Amherst, MA.


Sunday, February 3, 7-8am – Hilltown Family Variety Show. Commercial-free family radio. We already know our Manners, no need to teach them, but here is the perfect playlist to practice that love and caring. Purple Fox brings some of his favorite songs about Pleases, Thank Yous, and kindness to others, right to your ears, because Sharing is Caring! Tune in on your FM dial, or listen live via streaming audio at www.valleyfreeradio.org. Click here select from over 300 archived shows!

Sunday, February 3 – WinterFest Amherst 2019 returns with a week-long schedule of venues and events for the whole family, February 2-9. They’ll kick off the festivities with the Luminaria on the Town Commons, a public display of over 1,500 flickering luminarias, and end the week with their signature Grand Finale including our fan-favorite events such as the Best-in-Snow Dog Show. Keep an eye on their online calendar that’s packed with 35+ more events including ice skating performances, hockey games, sledding, live music events, art classes, and much more! Produced by Amherst Leisure Services and Friends of Amherst Recreation. Presented by local sponsors.

Sunday, February 3, 9:30am-4pm – Visitors to the Old Sturbridge Village will be treated to a self-guided story experience where the residents of 19th-century New England prepare for a winter celebration – a Grand Ball, filled with “Winter Warmth and Cheer!” In the buildings around the Village common, costumed historians will talk about and demonstrate how early 19th-century New Englanders would have prepared for such a rare yet special event. See if your local library has a free lending museum pass! Old Sturbridge Village. 800-733-1830. 1 Old Sturbridge Village Road, Sturbridge, MA.

Sunday, February 3, 9:30am-7pm – Year of the Earth Boar. Losar at Tsegyalgar East. Conway, MA.

Sunday, February 3, 10am-5pm- The 4th Annual Winter Festival at Gateway City Arts. Holyoke, MA.

Sunday, February 3, 11am-12noon – Souper Bowl of Caring at First Congregational Church of Williamsburg. Williamsburg, MA.

Sunday, February 3, 12noon-3pm – WinterFest Amherst Pre-Superbowl Sledding at Cherry Hill Golf Course. 413-256-4071. 325 Montague Road, Amherst, MA.

Sunday, February 3, 12noon-4pm – Wild Life: A Center School Open House, open to everyone! Join the school on Sunday, February 3 from 12noon-4pm, for an afternoon of animal and nature-based activities. Participate in a family hike or outdoor challenge with Venture Out. Meet a collection of special, rescued animals. (See a lynx, lemur, pearl fox, paca and more.) Watch a screening of “Mother Nature’s Child: Growing Outdoors in the Media Age.” Participate in environmental activism. All classrooms will be open, and teachers will be leading science, nature, and animal-based activities for kids ages 2-13. Meet Center School teachers and families. Enjoy light refreshments and community. All are welcomed. See the website for full schedule details: centerschool.net. Greenfield, MA.

Sunday, February 3, 10am-5pm – The Clark Art Institute hosts “First Sundays Free” program on with free admission to galleries and family activities from 1-4pm. The Clark Art Institute. Williamstown, MA

Sunday, February 3, 2-4pm – Climate Change World Cafe at Jones Library. 413-259-3223. Jones Library. 43 Amity St, Amherst, MA.

Sunday, February 3, 2-4pm – Silver Chord Bowl A Capella Invitational at Smith College John M. Greene Hall. Northampton, MA.

Sunday, February 3, 2-6pm – Winter Crows at Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary. Easthampton, MA.

Sunday, February 3, 4-7pm – Family Fun Night with Tom Knight Puppets at Northampton Parents Center. Playtime, optional potluck dinner, dessert, and a family puppet show. Northampton Parents Center. 413-582-2636. 297 Main Street, Lower Level, Northampton, MA.


Monday, February 4, 1-4pm – Basic Nature Drawing Skills at Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary. Easthampton, MA.

Monday, February 4, 3-5pm – Transit Equity Day. In honor of Rosa Parks Day, a group of organizations is declaring a Transit Equity Day on February 4, 2019, to take action for civil rights and a climate-safe future. Participants will be discussing how transit is related to the quality of life, employment, food, housing, and the environment. Greenfield Public Library. 413-772-1544. 402 Main Street, Greenfield, MA.

Monday, February 4, 5:30-6:15pm – Open, facilitated meditation sitting. Optional discussion follows. Insight Meditation Center of Pioneer Valley. 413-527-0388. Eastworks Building, 116 Pleasant Street #242, Easthampton, MA.

Monday, February 4, 5:30pm – Year of the Earth Boar. Losar at Tsegyalgar East. Conway, MA.

Monday, February 4, 6:30-8pm – Northampton Area Pediatrics host a monthly Valley ADHD Parent Support Group. Join other area parents and caregivers to: Receive ADHD information and support; Be heard without being judged; Hear how others cope with similar issues and challenges; Learn about local resources for families; Hear from area specialists on pertinent topics; Learn new strategies to try at home; Leave feeling empowered and hopeful. Light refreshments will be available. ValleyADHDfamilies@gmail.com. Northampton Area Pediatrics. 413-584-8700193. Locust St., Northampton, MA.


Tuesday, February 5, 12pm-1pm – Did you get a new device this holiday season? Drop by the Clapp Memorial Library and learn how to use Libby, the app that makes downloading ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines so easy! Their Technology Librarian, Tegan, will be hosting drop-in sessions on the first Tuesday of every month. Can’t make it? Call the library and schedule a one-on-one meeting of your own. Call 413-323-0417 to schedule. Clapp Memorial Library. 413-323-0417. 19 South Main Street, Belchertown, MA.

Tuesday, February 5, 2:30-4:30pm – Teen Comic Workshop. Join graphic artist Madeline Dye to learn about comics and create your own. All supplies provided. East Longmeadow Public Library. 413-525-5432. 60 Center Square, East Longmeadow, MA.

Tuesday, February 5, 5-6:30pm – Community Soup & Bread Nights at the Old Creamery. The Creamery and guest chefs will provide hot vegetarian soup and bread, and community members are invited to eat for free. During the evening, artists and performers, storytellers, comedians, and poets are invited to share their open mic. Old Creamery Co-op. 413-634-5560. 445 Berkshire Trail, Cummington, MA.

Tuesday, February 5, 5-7pm – Year of the Earth Boar. Losar at Tsegyalgar East. Conway, MA.

Tuesday, February 5, 5:30-7:30pm – GPL Tween/Teen Movie Night: Teen librarians invite all middle and high school kids in the library’s LeVanway Meeting room for pizza and a movie! Ages 10-18. Greenfield Public Library. 413-772-1544. 402 Main Street, Greenfield, MA.

Tuesday, February 5, 7pm – Antony & Cleopatra performance by National Theatre in London Live at Amherst Cinema. Amherst, MA


Wednesday, February 6, 9am-12noon – Homeschool Farm Program in the Hilltowns. Explore the fields and woods of Red Gate Farm to learn about natural history, farming and living close to the land. Farm chores are an integral part of each day, working together caring for the farm animals, spending most of the time outdoors participating in activities that incorporate the skills of leadership, communication, and teamwork. Ages 7-12. Red Gate Farm. 413-625-9503. 4 Norman Road, Ashfield, MA.

Wednesday, February 6, 1-2pm – Discovery Day: Winter Survival. Join Olivia and Sam from the Student Conservation Association to learn how native species make it through harsh winters. Ages 6-12. Great Falls Discovery Center. 413-863-3221. 2 Avenue A, Turners Falls, MA.

Wednesday, February 6, 6pm – Fermentation! Katie Korby of Real Pickles will introduce basic pickling techniques and the fermentation process. She will discuss how Real Pickles works to promote human and ecological health with delicious and nourishing food. Greenfield Public Library. 413-772-1544. 402 Main Street, Greenfield, MA.

Wednesday, February 6, 6:30-8pm – Great Decisions: Refugees and Global Migration. Today, no countries have open borders. Every state in today’s global system has its own laws and policies about who is permitted to cross its borders, and how they will do so. Who determines whether someone is a refugee or a migrant? How have different countries, including the United States, reacted to migration? How effective are the international laws, policies, and organizations that have evolved to assist and protect refugees and migrants? The discussion takes place at Storrs Library. 413-565-4181. 693 Longmeadow Street, Longmeadow, MA.


Thursday, February 7, 10:45am – The Berkshire Hillsmen Chorus Sings for You. The Berkshire Hillsmen is a chorus with the Barbershop Harmony Society. The Hillsmen are an “a cappella” chorus singing primarily in the barbershop quartet genre with more than 50 years of singing in the Berkshires. Knesset Israel. 413-442-4360 x10. 16 Colt Road, Pittsfield, MA.

Thursday, February 7,12:15-1:45pm – Exhibition On Screen: Young Picasso, a screening at the Springfield Museums. Pablo Picasso is one of the greatest artists of all time – and right up until his death in 1973 he was the most prolific of artists. Many films have dealt with these later years – the art, the affairs and the full circle of friends. But where did this all begin? What made Picasso in the first place? Too long ignored, it is time to look at the early years of Picasso; the upbringing and the learning that led to his extraordinary achievements. Springfield Museums. 413-263-6800. 21 Edwards Street, Springfield, MA.

Thursday, February 7, 3:15-4pm – Acts of Kindness! Make Valentine’s Day cards for retirement home residents with the MOMS Club of Longmeadow at Storrs Library. 413-565-4181. 693 Longmeadow Street, Longmeadow, MA.

Thursday, February 7, 4:45pm – Candlelight & Cocoa at The Emily Dickinson Museum. Candlelit tours of the Homestead. See the Museum anew while listening to winter poems, and discover what this season of “hoar delights” meant to Emily Dickinson. Before or after your tour, enjoy a cup of hot cocoa and cut and color a paper conservatory “bloom” to brighten your own winter windows. Tours are offered on a first-come, first served basis every half hour starting at 5pm through 6:30pm. Signups begin at 4:45pm. Emily Dickinson Museum. 413-542-8161. 280 Main St, Amherst, MA.

Thursday, February 7, 5-8pm – Parents’ Night Out: Culture & Cocktails: Drinking with Dinosaurs. Springfield Museums. 413-263-6800. 21 Edwards Street, Springfield, MA.

Thursday, February 7, 5:30-6:30pm – Join with fellow meditators to practice mindfulness-awareness based sitting and walking meditation. Brief instruction is available. Open to all. Free to attend, donations are welcomed. Pioneer Valley Shambhala Center. 191 Main Street, Northampton, MA.

Thursday, February 7, 6-7pm – Young Adult Creative Lounge: Friendship Bracelets at Westhampton Public Library. Westhampton, MA.

Thursday, February 7, 7-9pm – Screening and discussion of Beasts of the Southern Wild. Join a discussion series that may educate, touch your heart, and inspire you to action to help dismantle racism. Jones Library. 413-259-3223. 43 Amity St, Amherst, MA.


Friday, February 8 – WinterFest Amherst 2019 returns with a week-long schedule of venues and events for the whole family, February 2-9. They’ll kick off the festivities with the Luminaria on the Town Commons, a public display of over 1,500 flickering luminarias, and end the week with their signature Grand Finale including our fan-favorite events such as the Best-in-Snow Dog Show. Keep an eye on their online calendar that’s packed with 35+ more events including ice skating performances, hockey games, sledding, live music events, art classes, and much more! Produced by Amherst Leisure Services and Friends of Amherst Recreation. Presented by local sponsors.

Friday, February 8, 9am-8pm – Northampton Ice Art Festival. Downtown Northampton. MA.

Friday, February 8, 10:30am – Free drawing classes at The Clark Art Institute. Reservations required. Williamstown, MA.

Friday, February 8, 2:15pm – Virtual Dissection: Understanding how things work from the inside out. Ages 8-11. Dickinson Memorial Library. Northfield, MA.

Friday, February 8, 4-8pm – Free Second Friday at the Smith College Museum of Art. Hands on from 4-7pm! Art making for all ages, inspired by works on view. Bubble Wrap my Heart: Reuse packing materials to print a message of love for a friend, family member or our Earth after visiting the exhibition Plastic Entanglements! – Open Eyes at 6pm: Guided conversation exploring a different art object each month. Smith College Museum of Art. 413-585-2760. 20 Elm Street at Bedford Terrace. Northampton, MA.

Friday, February 8, 4-8pm – One Earth Drum Dance at Unitarian Universalist Society of Amherst. One Earth Drum Dance Co is for teens ages 12-18 to aspire and achieve creative confidence through innovative cultural experiences that support vibrancy and artistic brilliance. Drum dance is a diverse, spirited, life-affirming celebration. Emphasis placed on personal development, well being, and collective rapport. Rehearsals and creative process will be directed with a focus on artistic integrity, technical development and freedom to explore. Unitarian Universalist Society of Amherst. 413-253-2848. 121 N Pleasant St, Amherst, MA.

Friday, February 8, 7:30pm – Award-Winning Miró String Quartet to perform at Mount Holyoke College. Presenting masterworks by Schubert, Janáček, and Beethoven, the quartet’s internationally acclaimed performances and recordings have been deemed “furiously committed” by The New Yorker. Presented by the MHC Department of Music, the concert is free and open to the public. Pratt Music Hall, McCulloch Auditorium, Mount Holyoke College. 413-538-2306. 50 College St. South Hadley, MA.

Friday, February 8, 8pm – Parent’s Night Out: The Soul of Hip-Hop, Live. This interactive live musical journey will showcase some of the many highlights of the soulful sound of the Hip-hop Genre. The soul of hip-hop will feature live interpretations and covers by some of hip-hop’s most innovative and timeless groups such as A Tribe Called Quest, The Pharcyde, Erykah badu, Slum Village and the late, great J-Dilla. Ages 18+. Gateway City Arts. 413-650-2670. 92 Race St, Holyoke, MA.


Hilltown Families’ list of Suggested Events is supported in part by grants from the Amherst, Bernardston, Hatfield, Heath, Montgomery, Rowe, Russell, South Hadley, and Springfield Cultural Councils, local agencies which are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

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