Carnivorous Plants to Service Animals. Political Cartoons to Civic Engagement. Color Theory to Classical Music. These are just a few of the community-based learning highlights we’re featuring this week!
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Featured community highlights this week: Cider pressing has a long history in New England and beyond. Connect with local culture at the Sukkot Harvest Festival on Saturday, October 23, 10am-1pm! Harvest festivals draw people together for a chance to celebrate the season. This particular harvest festival will have many opportunities for culinary learning and creativity. There will be apple cider pressing, pizza, garlic planting, fire cider making, nature crafts, local food, and live music. Visit the Abundance Farm Facebook page for more information. This event will take place rain or shine. 253 Prospect Street. Northampton, MA. (DONATION)
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