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  1. February 9, 2016 at 3:47 pm

    School Vacation Fun at the Meekins Library, 2 Williams St., Williamsburg, MA. Tuesday, 2/16/16 from 12:00-2:00 play board games and/or make a puzzle. Our popular Lego Club will be an extra hour today, from 3:30-4:30. AND, on Thursday, 2/18/16 from 3:00-6:00 we are having a DOCTOR WHO PARTY for teens and tweens in grades 6-12. Come in costume. Take the Doctor Who trivia contest and win prizes, make a duct tape bow tie, color some cool Doctor Who coloring pages and have some awesome Whovian snacks. All activities are free.


  2. February 9, 2016 at 9:25 am

    Winter Survival Program (during School Vacation)
    Tue, 2/16-Fri, 2/18
    9 am-3 pm
    Conway, MA

    Ages 8+

    Experience the WILD in winter in our beautiful forest and fields! While spending lots of time outdoors, we will

    * track animals and find the special places of the fox, deer, bobcat and others…we will get a glimpse of their secret winter life.

    * build winter shelters: a quinzee, a lean to, a zarsky…various methods to stay warm and dry.

    * test our fire-making skills in the snow…we will help each other learn the best techniques with and without matches, then bask in the warmth of our accomplishments in our wilderness home.

    We will enjoy hanging out around the fire, staying warm in shelters that we make, sharing lunch and cool stories and other natural mysteries.

    Bonus: we will also learn about ice safety and hypothermia and how to stay safe outdoors in the winter. We will pick up strategies of staying warm by playing games and other activities.

    All of this for $264-$280, sliding scale, for 4 days! If not available for the 4-day Program, 2-day minimum at $72/day, sliding scale.

    Register online ( or call 413-340-1161 for details.


  3. February 9, 2016 at 7:55 am

    February vacation camp: In Amherst AND Northampton!
    art. music. dance. theater. fashion. crafts. creative writing. story telling

    “I just asked my older daughter what she loves about Multi- arts, and she said, “everything!!!!!” Parent

    you can sign up for one day, two days, whole week, even 1/2 day week.

    from $70-$300. Financial aid available

    Sing up today


  4. February 8, 2016 at 2:37 pm

    Lego Group at the Library. Thursday, February 11th and 25th, 6:00 to 7:00 pm on the third floor of the North Adams Library. The Family Center and the North Adams Library are joining forces to bring a Lego group to families with children ages 4 to 12 years old. We will provide Legos for you and your child to build and create. The group is FREE and drop in! Call the Family Center at 664-4821 or the North Adams Library at 662-3133 for more information.


  5. February 8, 2016 at 1:15 pm

    Kids Movie Musicals!

    Join us at the Spectrum Playhouse for a live performance featuring songs and dances from children’s favorite movies performed by Berkshire Children’s Theater.

    Thursday, February 18th 11am – 12pm with a second performance from 2pm – 3pm

    $4 (ages 3 to 11) and $6 (ages 12 to adult); free for children under 3

    The Spectrum Playhouse
    20 Franklin St, Lee MA 01238


  6. February 5, 2016 at 3:02 pm

    Baby and Me Group. Monday, February 8th from 11:00-12:00 pm in The Family Center Playroom at Haskins Center, 210 State Street, North Adams. Come meet other moms and dads and make new friends. Share your experiences, thought and ideas with others. Get out of the house, socialize and make connections with other parents in your area. This is a FREE drop in group for moms and dads with children ages infants to walking.


  7. Ellen said,

    February 5, 2016 at 11:45 am

    Free Showing of Inside Out!
    2/17/16 at 2:30pm

    Join us at Forbes Library during school vacation for a special showing of Pixar’s instant classic- Inside Out. Movie will be show in the Community Room. No sign up required. Popcorn and juice will be provided. For more info give us a call or visit our website. 413-587-1010


  8. Ellen said,

    February 5, 2016 at 11:34 am

    Forbes Library Valentine’s Day Party
    2/12/16 at 3:30

    Join us in the Community Room at Forbes Library for some fun crafts, snacks, and valentine making. Families welcome! The cost is free!
    For more info give us a call at 413-587-1010 or check out our web page


  9. Liz said,

    February 4, 2016 at 3:36 pm

    Panel of Fiber Farmers – Sunday, Feb 14, 1:00 – 3:00 at Sheep & Shawl in South Deerfield. Come hear Hilary Woodcock, Alpacas at Woodcock Farm, Belchertown; Chris & Greg Pellerin, Pygora goats at Dunroamin Farm, Montague; and Jenny Atkins, Twisted Mysteries Angora rabbits, Amherst. Short talks, questions and answers from local farmers of various fiber animals. Free. Refreshments provided. Presenting speakers every Sunday of the month of “FIBERuary.” 265 Greenfield Rd, Rte 5/10 in the Tibetan Plaza, South Deerfield, MA 413-397-3680


  10. Liz said,

    February 4, 2016 at 2:10 pm

    Stories From The Farm – Carole Adams of Colrain will tell her stories Sunday, Feb. 7 between 1:00 and 3:00 with time for questions at Sheep & Shawl in South Deerfield. She has raised sheep on a very small farm for over 20 years, has compiled a book of stories, is a spinner, dyer, weaver, rughooker, and fleece judge. Free. Refreshments provided. Presenting speakers every Sunday of the month of “FIBERuary.” 265 Greenfield Rd, Rte 5/10 in the Tibetan Plaza, South Deerfield, MA 413-397-3680


  11. Liz said,

    February 4, 2016 at 1:58 pm

    MY FIBER VALENTINE – a valentine contest at Sheep & Shawl in South Deerfield. Enter your valentine made of fiber(s) & technique(s) of your choice (knit, crochet, weave, felt, collage, …). Due at the shop Sunday Feb 14 by 4:00. Winner of a gift basket will be announced Feb 21. Valentines will be displayed for the month, and may be picked up at the shop in March. Drop off valentines at 265 Greenfield Rd, Rte 5/10 in the Tibetan Plaza, South Deerfield, MA 413-397-3680


  12. Ed Kaler said,

    February 4, 2016 at 10:24 am

    Homeschool Early Spring 2016- Earth Keepers

    Location: Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, 127 Combs Rd., Easthampton

    Children (suitable for children 5 – 10 years)
    Members: $120.00 Nonmembers: $145.00
    Additional siblings will receive the following discount: members- $90, non members- $110

    Do you have a homeschooler who loves science and is 5 to 10 years old? If so, the education staff at Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary would like to help with your science curriculum through our exciting, engaging, and hands-on nature programs.

    Your student will get ready for Earth Day by researching endangered animals, learning about the challenges facing our environment, and finding ways to help including reduce, reuse, recycle, composting, and “green” energy.

    Class dates and times:

    Wed, Mar 02, 2016 9:30 am – 11:30 am
    Wed, Mar 09, 2016 9:30 am – 11:30 am
    Wed, Mar 16, 2016 9:30 am – 11:30 am
    Wed, Mar 23, 2016 9:30 am – 11:30 am
    Wed, Mar 30, 2016 9:30 am – 11:30 am
    Wed, Apr 06, 2016 9:30 am – 11:30 am

    Registration is required.
    Call 413-584-3009 to register by phone.


  13. WGBY 57 said,

    February 3, 2016 at 2:11 pm

    Elmo and Curious George to Appear Live in Springfield

    Public broadcasting station WGBY is hosting a PBS Kids fan fair event at the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday, March 20.

    SPRINGFIELD, MASS. — What child doesn’t watch PBS Kids television at some point in their development? PBS’ educational content is a trusted source for children’s entertainment with characters kids recognize and love — and now those fan favorites are coming to life in downtown Springfield.

    Local public broadcasting station WGBY-57 is hosting a PBS fan fair, called Love for Learning, at the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield on Saturday, Feb. 20. This event will not only introduce live characters — including Sesame Street’s Elmo, Curious George, Eric Carle’s Very Hungry Caterpillar, and Dr. Seuss’ Cat in the Hat — but will also present an opportunity for children to engage with PBS Kids content at over 15 activity stations based on PBS Kids shows and popular children’s books.
Admission to the WGBY 2016 Love for Learning PBS Kids Fan Fair may be reserved online with recommended donation of $10/adult, $5/child at This early registration method will entitle donors to “Express Admission” and a gift upon arrival to the event.
    Event attendees will receive discounted admission to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame museum (optional) on the day of the event.


  14. Melissa said,

    February 2, 2016 at 10:06 pm

    Full Moon Girls: Register today at 5pm for Open Visit Days: Enlivening and deepening girls’ connection to themselves, community and the natural world. At Full Moon Girls, girls gather together with women mentors to play, explore, challenge their edges, and learn new skills.

    Girls learn how to love themselves and gain confidence in communicating with each other. This program nourishes the individual and cultivates an environment for growth, leadership, and resilience. Girls can build friction fires, learn wild edibles, engage in storytelling, gain wilderness skills, make trusting friendships, learn songs, and more! Call to sign up for Open Visit Days, Saturday 1/30, 2/13. Friday 2/5, 2/12 – a spot is open for you. By donation, $55 suggested for Fridays; $45 suggested for Saturdays.

    Saturdays monthly in Montague, Jan 30-Jun 4, 9:30-2:30. Girls 7-15. $45-75/day. Fridays weekly in Conway, Feb 5-May 27, 9:30-3:30. Girls 9-15. $55-75/day. Scholarships available, let us help make it happen! Contact us at or 413-367-6191.


  15. February 2, 2016 at 4:53 pm

    Saturday, February 13th from 10 a.m.- 1 p.m. Play a life-size version of CANDYLAND at the Hatfield Public Library. This event is FREE and open to all. Come in for a few minutes or stay for the entire 3 hours. Each station in the “game” will have prizes or crafts for the kids to create.

    Where: The Hatfield Public Library located at 39 Main Street, Hatfield MA 01038

    Need more info? Contact Esther (the Children’s Librarian) at 413-247-9097 email or stop in to the library.


  16. February 2, 2016 at 3:06 pm

    Valentine craft and cookie decorating. Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 11:00am-2:00pm at the Meekins Library, 2 Williams St., Williamsburg, MA. All ages are welcome. We will have a big supply of paper, stickers, doilies, etc. Sponsored by the Friends of the Williamsburg Libraries.


  17. February 2, 2016 at 2:44 pm

    Baby And Me Tummy Time. Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 1:00-1:45pm. For newborns-24 months and their caretaker. Exposure to playful activities, language, books, music, movement, songs and fingerplay in a nurturing atmosphere.


  18. Lois Peirent said,

    February 2, 2016 at 2:15 pm

    Tot Shabbat & Tot Sha-Potluck! Friday, Feb 5, at 5:15-6:30 p.m. at Beit Ahavah ~ the Reform Synagogue of Greater Northampton, 130 Pine Street, Florence.

    A monthly musical hour for families with kids ages 0-6 welcoming the Sabbath and Jewish holidays, led by Marlene Rachelle. All are welcome!

    Tot Shabbat is free. Then stay for the lively and friendly potluck which is vegetarian or dairy (no nuts). We welcome interfaith families, LGBT families, siblings, grandparents and friends. More info and flier at Shabbat shalom!


  19. February 1, 2016 at 1:59 pm

    Opening Reception; A Midwinter Night’s Dream

    Friday, February 12th.
    5:30pm – 7:30pm

    Location: The Good Purpose Gallery
    40 Main St, Lee MA 01238

    The Good Purpose Gallery proudly presents an exceptional photography exhibit featuring several of the area’s most talented photographers, each inviting us into their own midwinter night’s dream. Snacks and entertainment provided.

    Admission: FREE


  20. February 1, 2016 at 1:29 pm

    Valentine Card Making Workshop

    Time: February 6th 3pm – 4:30pm

    Location: Good Purpose Gallery
    40 Main St, Lee MA 01238

    Join us for a fun afternoon making cards for your loved ones.
    Children and adults welcome; children under 8 must be accompanied by a guardian.

    Free to attend, materials supplied
    Please call to register: 413-394-5045


  21. Amherst Family Center said,

    February 1, 2016 at 11:32 am

    Grandparent Support Group – Tuesdays

    11:00am-12:15pm at the Amherst Family Center, 1200 North Pleasant Street

    The group creates a safe place where grandparents of diverse backgrounds and parenting styles can come together to create community and break isolation. Participants can talk about their experiences as parents and grandparents and explore issues relevant to parenting grandchildren or interacting with their own children about parenting their grandchildren. A free group with snacks and childcare provided up to age 4. Does not meet when public schools are closed or delayed.

    For more information, call 413/256/1145 or email


  22. Leslie Matilainen said,

    January 30, 2016 at 8:47 pm

    TNSA Healing Expo May 14th 11 to 5 @ The National Spiritual Alliance on Lake Pleasant. #2 Montague Ave Montague. Admission is free. Aura photography, raffles, holistic modalities & more! Vendors & healers may apply @


  23. January 28, 2016 at 3:23 pm

    United Nations’ Interfaith Harmony Week
    Four‐Part Series on Islam

    Thursday, February 4th at 6:00 P.M.
    GREENFIELD, MA – The United Nations has asked religious communities to dedicate the first week of February to learning about other religious traditions to promote awareness and understanding, tolerance and respect, cooperation and support. In light of the recent rise of intolerance and hatred and discrimination towards Muslims, many people are uncritically accepting the false claims of Islamophobia.

    We have all seen how the emotional appeals of leaders and politicians can easily manipulate people with distorted information and stereotypes.
    The United Nation’s Secretary ‐ General Ban Ki-moon says, “World Interfaith Harmony Week celebrates the principles of tolerance and respect for the other that are deeply rooted in the world’s major religions. The observance is also a summons to solidarity in the face of those who spread misunderstanding and mistrust.”

    The Rev. Corey J. Sanderson, minister of Second Congregational Church of Greenfield and President of the Interfaith Council of Franklin County, has spent a decade teaching world religions at the college level and working with a variety of religious communities on interfaith projects and programs.
    Rev. Sanderson says, “So often when we lack direct engagement with people of different faiths, traditions, or ethnicities, there is a gap that exists between ‘us’ and ‘them.’ All too often this gap gets filled with ignorance, fear, or stereotypes. In hosting this event, in partnership with the Islamic Center of Western Massachusetts, we can fill that gap with compassion, understanding, and solidarity.”

    On Thursday, February 4th Dr. Mohammad Saleem Bajwa, member of the Board of Directors at the Islamic Center of Western Massachusetts, will be speaking at Second Congregational Church of Greenfield about Islam’s long tradition of peace and social justice, interfaith harmony, and what it is like to a Muslim today.

    This Thursday night 6:00 PM event is one night in a larger four‐part series the church is holding on Islam. On Monday, February 1st and Tuesday, February 2nd, Rev. Sanderson will be showing a film with a Q&A guided discussion and teaching some of the foundations of Islam. Both Monday and Tuesday night classes will be in the downstairs Community Room of the church and will begin at 6:00 PM. On Friday, February 5th, Rev. Sanderson will be leading a group to the mosque in West Springfield for the Friday noon prayer service and then staying for lunch and meeting with the Imam. If you are interested in the Friday field trip to the mosque, please RSVP by Wednesday, February 3rd so they can plan for food and we can make sure to wait for you. For more information or to sign up, please contact office administrator Heather Strader at or 413‐774-4355. These events are all free and open to any and all.

    Second Congregational Church is located in center of Greenfield, on the common next to Town Hall, at 16 Court Square, Greenfield, MA 01301.


  24. Ed Kaler said,

    January 27, 2016 at 2:04 pm

    February Vacation Days at Arcadia

    Tues. – Fri.; Feb 16, 17, 18, 19, 2016 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
    Sign up for one or more days.

    Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, 127 Combs Rd., Easthampton
    Children (suitable for children 5 – 11 years)

    Nonmembers can join today during checkout and take immediate advantage of member prices.

    Come to Arcadia to explore the natural world during school vacation. Children ages 6 to 11 can sign up for one or all four days because activities will differ. Much of each day will be spent outdoors searching for animal tracks and signs, watching birds, and learning about winter adaptations. We will play plenty of games and have a daily nature mystery and riddle.
    Refunds provided only if you cancel at least one week prior to the program.
    Instructions and Directions:
    Be prepared to be outdoors for most of the day.
    Registration is required.
    Call 413-584-3009 to register by phone.

    First Child in the Woods: Caregiver and Infant/Toddler Walk
    Sat, Feb 20, 2016 10:00 am – 11:00 am

    Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, 127 Combs Rd., Easthampton
    Brittany Gutermuth – Arcadia School/Group Program Coordinator
    Family (suitable for children 0 – 5 years)
    Adult $5.00, Child free
    Adult $7.00, Child free

    Join us for the perfect introduction to nature. This one-hour hike will enable your child or children, birth to 5 years old, to gently discover the natural world around them and give you skills to confidently lead explorations of your own. This is an opportunity to explore the changing nature and beauty of Arcadia with your youngster each month.
    Instructions and Directions:
    Please dress for the weather. We will be outdoors for the entire program.
    Registration is required.
    Call 413-584-3009 to register by phone.


  25. January 27, 2016 at 9:04 am

    Join Hilltown Land Trust and the Meekins Library for the series “Seek the Woods!” This 4-part series offers activities/events that explore that celebrate the land we share and love. Come to our kick-off event on February 17th at 6:30pm for the Inspired by Nature Book Share! All ages welcome! Bring your favorite book, author, or writing of any genre related to nature, the land, farms, conservation, nature education etc. and share why you love it with fellow bookworms! You bring the book, we’ll bring the treats! FREE and held at the Meekins Library, 6:30pm-8:00pm, Hawks~Hayden Room.


  26. Anne said,

    January 26, 2016 at 11:46 pm

    Home School Skate
    o Fri, Jan 22, 2016 11:00 AM – 12:50 PM
    o Fri, Jan 29, 2016 11:00 AM – 12:50 PM
    o Fri, Feb 5, 2016 11:00 AM – 12:50 PM
    o Fri, Feb 12, 2016 11:00 AM – 12:50 PM
    o Fri, Feb 19, 2016 11:00 AM – 12:50 PM
    o Fri, Feb 26, 2016 11:00 AM – 12:50 PM
    For all children school age and younger who are able to attend! Adults MUST be accompanied by children, and the adults skate for free with paid Children’s admission.
    Children: $5, skate rental is free with paid admission. (bring coins for the meters)
    Parents & Guardians: Skate free when accompanying children
    *We cannot accept credit or debit cards. CASH OR CHECKS ONLY
    You need to bring coins for the meters. One quarter gives you 15 minutes of parking. One ticket is $20 dollars. You can park in front or in back of Mullins Center.
    Bring your own buckets for new ice skaters to hold on and push off for learning and stability.

    No street shoes on the ice. Dirt and sand mess up the ice and ruin the blades.
    Feel free to bring your own water and snacks. Vending machines do not always work.
    Feel free to have your kids wear snow pants and mittens or gloves. Extra padding makes falling fun. Some people wear bike helmets-optional. Do what makes your family comfortable and happy.
    Have fun and bring friends.


  27. Lynn said,

    January 26, 2016 at 1:27 pm

    Westhampton Public Library’s first Maker Club will be happening on February 13th from 10:30am-12:30. Learn how to build and design things, and share your skills with other makers. Topics will be drawn from all sorts of disciplines- electronics, woodworking, computers and more. The theme for Feb.13 is simple electronics. The project: Make a light-up Valentine’s Day gift. Suggested ages 10+.

    Westhampton Public Library
    1 North Road Westhampton MA
    Call 413-527-5386 for more information.


  28. Lori Peters said,

    January 23, 2016 at 8:52 am

    Time: Sat January 23 6-9pm
    Cummington Congregational Church, 32 Main St, Cummington, MA
    $10 per family

    Great opportunity to get out with the whole family and dance the night away at the Cummington Congregational Church. There will be pizza, baked goods and crafts as well.


  29. January 22, 2016 at 1:25 pm

    Whole Children is throwing a Pajama Party and Movie Night! The curtain goes up on this movie night (for kids ages 5-12) on Saturday, January 30 from 6-8 pm at the Inclusive Community Center (ICC).

    We’ll be passing the popcorn and laughing out loud at the antics of everybody’s favorite little yellow friends, the Minions!

    Please bring a nut-free snack to share. Parents must stay at the ICC because this is an event for younger kids (but, we promise we won’t force you to watch the movie for the 2,000th time!).

    This is a free event, but please call 585-8010 to let us know you’re coming.

    The ICC is located at 41 Russell St. in Hadley.


  30. Alison Wood said,

    January 21, 2016 at 9:38 am

    On Friday, January 29th at 8pm and Saturday, January 30th at 3pm & 8pm, the Pioneer Valley will get a glimpse into the world of the ABT Studio Company. The sixteen dancers of the ABT Studio Company, ranging in age from 16-20 years old, will showcase three works: La Bayadere, Bier Halley pas de duex, and Bolero.

    TO RESERVE YOUR TICKETS you may email or call the box office at or (413) 538-2848.
    Tickets are $15 general admission and $10 student/senior/child.
    Tickets must be picked up 30 minutes prior to the performance with cash or check only.

    The ABT Studio Company is the pre-professional training program of the American Ballet Theatre, one of the most prestigious dance companies in the world and home to renowned ballet masters and choreographers Mikhail Baryshnikov, George Balanchine, Jerome Robbins, Twyla Tharp, and Alvin Ailey. The sixteen dancers that comprise the ABT Studio Company are hand-picked by the artistic staff of the American Ballet Theatre, and trained under the direction of Studio Company Artistic Director, Kate Lydon and Ballet Master, Carlos Lopes.

    Mount Holyoke College gratefully acknowledges Robin Chemers Neustein ’75 for supporting the ABT Studio Company performances at Mount Holyoke.


  31. Pamela Snow said,

    January 20, 2016 at 1:44 pm

    Animals in Winter; A STEM Sprouts Interactive Story Hour

    Free of Charge to families with young children

    Let’s learn about where animals go in the Winter…using the story “Over and Under the Snow” , our puppets and stuffies can help tell the story.
    10:30 a.m. on Saturday, January 23rd
    Belding Memorial Library, Ashfield, MA.

    While this is mainly an indoor event, we may go outside for a short walk after the story to look for animal signs and tracks. If you’d like to come out with us, please come prepared with boots, hats, mittens in case we are able to go out.

    STEM Sprouts workshops are free of charge and sponsored by Mohawk Trail Coordinated Family and Community Engagement (CFCE) engaging preschool families in hands-on science explorations.


  32. January 19, 2016 at 5:36 pm

    Open Hours this Saturday at the Family Center!
    90 Federal Street in Greenfield

    Saturday, January 23rd from 9:30 to 11:30AM
    FREE and open to all ages (children must be accompanied by an adult)

    We will have craft activities for all ages! Snacks will be provided as well.

    Feel free to call us at (413)475-1555 for more information.


  33. Shelly Bathe Lenn said,

    January 19, 2016 at 2:02 pm

    Mark Your Calendar: Spring Session Opens at The Garden: A Center for Grieving Children and Teens

    Families with Youth ages–5-18 years
    Sundays from 2-4 pm beginning 2/21
    RSVP required: 413 582 5312 or

    Northampton, MA – February 21, 2016 marks opening day for The Garden! All bereaved families with youth ages 5-18 who have experienced the death of a close family member are welcome. There are no limits on when, where or how the death occurred.

    Free of charge to all families.

    Call us today to schedule an intake!


  34. Esther Melnik said,

    January 19, 2016 at 11:51 am

    Essential Oil Discussion

    Come learn about Young Living Essential Oils! I will have snacks, drinks, and samples of Peppermint, Lemon, and Lavender essential oils. This is a free and informational event open to all but is geared towards adults.

    When: Wednesday, January 27th from 6 p.m.-7 p.m.
    Where: Hatfield Public Library 39 Main Street, Hatfield MA 01038
    Questions: Contact Esther at 413-262-6636 (cell) or email:

    *This is not a library sponsored event*


  35. January 19, 2016 at 11:18 am

    Kids and Teen Book Club

    When: Friday, January 22nd at 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
    Where: The Hatfield Public Library 39 Main Street, Hatfield MA 01038
    Age Range: Open to kids and teen of all ages
    Contact Info: Call 413-247-9097 or email the Esther, the children’s librarian, at for questions

    Our book club has morphed! We will now focus on a specific genre or theme for our monthly book club. I have ordered graphic novels for all age ranges that you are welcome to “shop” while you are here and if you love it, borrow it!

    Snacks and drinks will be provided, but if you would like to contribute, please contact Esther.

    This event is free!


  36. January 17, 2016 at 4:13 pm


    EVENT DATE: APRIL 30,2016 ( Rain Date May 7,2016)

    EVENT TIME: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

    EVENT LOCATION: Duggan Academy
    1015 Wilbraham Rd.
    Springfield,Mass 01109

    EVENT COST: Cars – $20.00
    Bikes – $10.00
    Spectators – Free

    Registration Closes @ 2pm

    There Will Be 100 Trophies Plus,With a Variety Of Auto and Motorcycle Categories With a Combo Of Special Car / Bike Categories.This Is Goning To Be a Fun Filled Family Event.There Be Raffles,Food Vendors,Children Activites,Contest and More!!!
    Come Out An Enjoy!!!

    PLEASE’ No Speeding,No Alcohol,No Burn Outs,No Loud Music..

    For More Information and Details….Look us up!!!

    Facebook Online Contact: FamilyovereverythingAC

    Contact Person: President of Family Over Everything Auto Club Inc.
    Emmanuel Sanchez @ (413) 214-1484


  37. Luna the Librarian said,

    January 16, 2016 at 1:09 pm

    Potato Valentines!
    Saturday, February 13th,
    12:00- 2:30 PM
    Come make some original homemade Valentine’s Day cards for the special people in your life!
    This is NOT the potato stamping project you did in kindergarten, I promise you that!! We will work with potatoes, an that is where the similarities end! Using exacto knives, sharp nails, and linoleum cutters we will carve our own designs into potato halves. Then, using acrylic paint and several different brushes, carefully paint each potato for a unique valentine!
    Due to the use of sharp tools, this project is best for children age 9 and up. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
    WHERE: Goodwin Memorial Library in Hadley. The Goodwin Library is located at the corner of rt. 9 and rt. 47, also called Middle Street (across the street from the Donut Man) Join Us! This is perfect for older kids AND adults!!!!!


  38. January 15, 2016 at 3:52 pm

    Teen/Tween Coloring. Thursday, 2/4/16 from 3-5pm. For grades 6-12.Take a break from homework, reduce stress and have some fun coloring with friends. The library will supply mandalas, coloring pages and colored pencils. Contact Susan Cornell at for more information or call 413-268-8421. Free event at the Meekins Library, Hawks-Hayden Room, 2 Williams St., Williamsburg, MA.


  39. January 15, 2016 at 1:46 pm

    AIDS Foundation of Western Massachusetts to Host Nineteenth Viva! Gala
    January 29,2016
    Doors open 6:30, Entertainment begins 8:00
    Community Event
    Media Contact: Jessica Roncarati | 413-887-9238 |
    The Log Cabin, Holyoke
    Tickets $60.00

    The AIDS Foundation of Western Massachusetts will host its nineteenth annual Viva! gala, an evening of drag entertainment, silent auctions, and dining, at the Log Cabin in Holyoke on Friday, January 29. Proceeds from the event will benefit the AIDS Foundation of Western Massachusetts, which has provided emergency financial assistance to people living with and affected by HIV in western Massachusetts for more than twenty years. Randy Roberts, a past contestant on America’s Got Talent and a nationally-recognized singer and impersonator, will provide the evening’s drag entertainment.


  40. January 14, 2016 at 1:35 pm

    The winter session of the Sixteen Acres Branch Library Neighborhood Playgroup continues through February 25th. Please join us Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Meet other families, chat with the librarian about great books for your child, enjoy the toys in our Activity Center, try out art projects, and so much more! No registration required, just drop in anytime during the program. Birth – 5 years, siblings welcome. An adult must accompany and consistently supervise children.


  41. January 14, 2016 at 1:31 pm

    A Musical Petting Zoo is coming to the Sixteen Acres Branch Library on January 26 from 6-7 p.m. Don’t miss this engaging, hands-on program! Educators from the Springfield Symphony Orchestra will introduce children to popular instruments and provide an opportunity to try them out. Ideal for children 8 and under and their families, but youngsters of all ages are welcome. No registration required. Thank you to Home.City.Families for their sponsorship of this program.


  42. Elaina Katz said,

    January 13, 2016 at 7:40 pm

    The Valley Voice Competition-Seeking Entrants!
    Northampton High School’s Key Club will host ¨The Valley Voice,¨ a regional voice competition on March 18 at 380 Elm St, Northampton, from 7-9pm for all ages. The event will raise funds for The Eliminate Project.
    The Key Club is a national community service organization sponsored by Kiwanis International. Key Club’s members are active within the community and involved in a large variety of service projects, ranging from bookshelf building for local elementary schools to sending a delegation down for service in Nicaragua. This student organized event aims both to raise funds and awareness for the Eliminate Project- a Kiwanis and UNICEF sponsored organization fighting to end maternal and neonatal tetanus, which can be fatal for mothers and newborns and produce repeated painful convulsions for those affected.
    The Valley Voice competition will be a night of music, fun, and food, with appearances from local bands and a wide array of refreshments available in addition to the performances from each of the competitors, each who will sing a song of their choosing. By the end of the night, judges will choose three winners: First place will receive a grand prize of $250, 2nd place $100, and 3rd $50. The cost to enter will be $5.
    To enter the competition, we ask all who are interested to send in a video audition of them singing one song to by February 15. $5 to enter, and a link to a PayPal will be sent to them within 24 hours where they can pay, or send us an email if you’d prefer a different payment method.


  43. Gail Lansky said,

    January 11, 2016 at 9:39 pm

    Sunday, January 31, 2016
    Lander-Grinspoon Academy
    257 Prospect St., Northampton, MA
    A Conversation with Two Authors
    Jessica Lahey & Avital Norman Nathman

    Join Jessica Lahey, New York Times columnist and bestselling author of
    The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed, as she is interviewed by Lander-Grinspoon Academy parent, Avital Norman Nathman, freelancer writer and editor of The Good Mother Myth: Redefining Motherhood to Fit Reality.

    Broadside Books will be selling both authors’ books at the event.

    Sponsored by Lander-Grinspoon Academy, Smith College Campus School and The Montessori School of Northampton.


  44. Gail Lansky said,

    January 11, 2016 at 9:29 pm

    Lander-Grinspoon Academy’s PJ Preschool Pals Hits The Road
    “Let it Rain, let it rain, let it rain”
    Join Rana Morrissey, Lander-Grinspoon Academy’s first grade teacher for a story and a craft.
    Sunday, January 31, 2016
    Yiddish Book Center
    1021 West St., Amherst
    FREE Hands-on Jewish activities for 3-5 year olds.


  45. January 8, 2016 at 11:09 am

    February Vacation Camp (for ages 5-12)!
    9:30am – 3:30pm, February 15 – 19

    Exquisite Corpse with Clay and Print!

    Discover the ways that ceramics and printmaking overlap, and collaborate with other IS183 art camp creators via Skype! We’ll make a slab-built form which we decorate with our own handmade stamps, carve a patterned printing block to apply to a glazed ceramic tile, and learn illustration and monoprint techniques that we’ll use with both paper and clay. We’ll experiment with design, patterns, and paper templates as we make unique art pieces. All along we will include examples from history to draw attention the times and places where these processes and techniques were developed, and get input and ideas on our projects from our art partners!

    In South County: Citizens’ Hall, Stockbridge with Jared Gelormino & Lucie Castaldo
    In North County: exPRESS Gallery, North Adams with Diane Sullivan & Alicia Soos

    Check out our After-School Offerings! Starting February 23, Tuesdays and Fridays! See for more details.


  46. January 7, 2016 at 3:05 pm

    The Bement School Kindergarten Open House
    The Admission Office, Barton House

    Thursday, January 21, 2016. 8:30 – 10:30 a.m.
    Tuesday, February 2, 2016. 8:30 – 10:30 a.m.

    For prospective parents interested in kindergarten. KOH days include a campus tour, observation of a kindergarten class, and a question and answer session with our Lower School Head, Director of Admission, and current kindergarten teacher. Please R.S.V.P to 413-774-4209 or to attend. We’d love to meet you and show you Bement!


  47. January 6, 2016 at 9:46 am

    January Valley Food Swap
    Saturday January 16
    1 – 2 pm
    Winter Fare at the Northampton Winter Farmers Market – Smith Vocational. 80 Locust St. Northampton, MA 01060

    Calling all gardeners, chefs, home cooks, preservers, fermenters and herbalists, join us for our first swap of 2016! Bring your best jam, pickles, baked goods, plants … anything you’ve got that you want to share with fellow food enthusiasts. Wondering how this works? Email with questions!

    This will be held in the Smith Vocational library next to the market space. Look for the signs to guide you to the correct room.

    Cost: FREE


  48. Grace Engelman said,

    January 5, 2016 at 8:43 pm

    COMMON THREADS — Generations in Conversation on Social Change

    A one-day dialogue conference on Saturday January 23

    Free for those under twenty years old.

    The goal of the gathering is to help people take part in a long-line of generations working for the common good, believing in their ability to raise their voice, and taking actions for positive change.

    Focus: Voices of Women
    All ages 12 and up are welcome to attend.

    REGISTER SOON: The location has limited space.

    If you are attending for free, you need to be registered.

    Not geared for people under twelve years old, but exceptions can be made.

    Payment needed in advance.

    COST: $25 (optional additional donation)

    HOW TO REGISTER: Email the registrar: MARSHA LIEBERMAN at

    The day includes small dialogue groups, slam poetry, inspirational speakers, music, drumming, and songs by local songwriters emphasizing the importance of each person’s voice.

    Location: Northampton Quaker Meeting, 43 Center Street, Northampton, near public transportation. Wheelchair accessible.

    Saturday January 23, 2016 Times: 9 am – 5 pm

    Sponsored by Traprock Center for Peace and Justice. Website

    You can direct questions to Sarah Pirtle:


  49. Ed Kaler said,

    January 5, 2016 at 4:06 pm

    Arcadia Pre-School Open House
    Introduction to our nature oriented state certified pre-school.

    Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary
    Wed., Jan. 20th, 2016
    12:30pm to 1:30pm
    127 Combs Rd., Easthampton
    Children are invited with their parents.
    If Easthampton Schools are closed then the Snow date is 1/27/16.
    Call 584-3009 x 5815

    First Child in the Woods: Caregiver and Infant/Toddler Walk

    Sat, Jan 23, 2016 10:00 am – 11:00 am
    Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, 127 Combs Rd., Easthampton
    Family (suitable for children 0 – 5 years)
    Members: Adult $5.00, Child free
    Nonmembers: Adult $7.00, Child free

    Join us for the perfect introduction to nature. This one-hour hike will enable your child or children, birth to 5 years old, to gently discover the natural world around them and give you skills to confidently lead explorations of your own. This is an opportunity to explore the changing nature and beauty of Arcadia with your youngster each month.
    Please dress for the weather. We will be outdoors the entire time.
    Registration is required.
    Call 413-584-3009 to register by phone.
    Owl Moon

    Sat, Jan 23, 2016 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
    Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, 127 Combs Rd., Easthampton
    Family (suitable for children 5 – 10 years)
    Members: Adult $6.00, Child $6.00
    Nonmembers: Adult $8.00, Child $8.00

    Come see a magical shadow puppet presentation of Jane Yolen’s classic book “Owl Moon” and learn about the seven native owl species in Massachusetts. After the show, we’ll take a walk in the dark brisk winter woods to call for owls. After the walk, we will return indoors to warm up with a cup of hot chocolate and a snack.
    Registration is required.
    Call 413-584-3009 to register by phone.


  50. January 5, 2016 at 2:56 pm

    STEAMcraft/Winter’s Natural Beauty. 2/27/16. 11:30am-1:30pm. Meekins Library, Williamsburg, MA. Children 5 and up. Children under 5 must be accompanied by an adult. FREE event. Look around you and celebrate all that nature brings to your life, even in the wintertime. Have you ever taken a walk in the woods and wondered what those green spots on the trees and rocks are? Many of the plants which we ignore actually play an important part in our everyday lives. Join us as we discover the beauty of winter through lichen, fungi, and trees. Examples will be available for observing and handouts will be distributed to take home for use on walks.


  51. amy marsters said,

    January 5, 2016 at 1:06 pm

    Benefit for the Hilltown Food Pantry in Goshen this Sunday, Jan. 10th starting at 2pm at the Chesterfield Grange. This is a free event, open to the public and children welcome. James Kitchen & friends will be performing The Chesterfield Crawl. Put your dancing shoes on and come learn it. There will also be an international potluck.


  52. January 4, 2016 at 7:45 pm

    $10 Learn-to-Ski or Learn-to-Snowboard package offered by Ski Butternut on Friday, January 8, 2016 as part of the Guinness Book of World Records – World’s Largest Ski and Snowboard Lesson Event.

    Ski Butternut is one of 120 ski/snowboard resorts across the country that will host a Guinness Book of World Records event in hopes of setting a joint record for the Largest Ski or Snowboard lesson. Lessons take place at 10 a.m. on Friday January 8, 2016 and the event serves as the kick-off for the snow sports industry’s Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month.

    No reservations are required but if you have questions you can call 413-528-2000 x150. The beginner lesson package includes rental equipment for the day, a first-timer 1.5hr lesson and a beginner’s area lift ticket.

    Plan to arrive at the Ski Butternut Rental building, conveniently located on the right side of the main parking lot, by 9AM at the latest. Dress warm and try to bring the following: (a warm base layer (upper and lower), warm winter jacket and pants, mittens or gloves and goggles or sunglasses). A helmet, if desired, can be rented for the day at the mountain. Wear a pair of medium weight wool socks – not cotton – during your time on the slopes. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who will need to sign the rental form.”

    At the mountain, participants will fill out an online rental form and sign a participation enrollment form. They’ll then be issued ski or snowboard boots at the rental counter, then Rossignol ski equipment or a Burton Snowboard. Skiers can pick up poles as they exit the rental building. All equipment will be sized correctly for the participant’s height and ability. After getting their equipment and moving outside the guests will be assigned an instructor for their lesson, which starts at 10a.m. After the lesson the instructor will give the new skier or snowboarder directions on where to go to practice more and what to do next. They’ll also receive a “Return to Learn” envelope that gives them a discount on future lift, lesson and rental packages, valid the rest of this winter.

    For more information please visit:


  53. January 4, 2016 at 3:11 pm

    Mount Holyoke Symphony Orchestra – Mary Lyon Concert
    Tuesday, January 19th, 2016.
    8:00pm Abbey Chapel on Mount Holyoke College Campus
    ~All ages welcome~
    The grand finale concert of MHSO’s retreat and tour will be presented on Tuesday at Abbey Chapel. The program features pieces by female composers including Paufnik’s ‘Abraham’ (ft. MHC professor Linda Laderach on violin), a new commission by Tawnie Olsen and excerpts from Mary D. Watkin’s opera “Dark River: the Fannie Lou Hamer Story.” Come see the concert we took on tour to alumnae in Washington D.C. and Philadelphia!

    For more info:


  54. Hilltown CDC said,

    January 4, 2016 at 10:33 am

    Public Hearing
    Monday, January 11, 2016 6:00 pm
    For the planning of the FY16 CDBG applicaiton. Participating communities: Chesterfield, Cummington, Goshen, Peru, Plainfield, Westhamtpon and Worthington.
    Where: Town of Chesterfield Selectboard Room
    Come share your input on the proposed programs:
    – Housing Rehabilitation
    – Hilltown Elder Network
    – Health Outreach Program for Elders
    – Hilltown Food Pantry
    – Hilltown Family Support
    – Childcare Subsidy
    – The Village Closet
    Your participation and input on these programs is greatly appreciated. If you cannot attend but would like to provide input, please contact Bea by January 8th at 413-296-4536, ext 115 or


  55. January 3, 2016 at 1:02 pm

    Selected Works by CATA Artists, 30 x 40 x 8.
    Opening Reception; Friday January 15th
    5:30pm – 7:30pm
    Cost: FREE

    40 Main Street
    Lee, MA 01238

    Good Purpose Gallery is proud to announce an upcoming collaboration with Community Access to the Arts (CATA). CATA provides visual and performing arts workshops for people with disabilities and shares their creativity with the public, shining a light on the artistry and ability within disability.The show is titled Selected Works by CATA Artists, 30 x 40 x 8. “30 x 40” refers to the size of the paintings and “8” refers to the number of artists in the show. We hope you join us at the gallery on Friday, January 15th for the opening reception. Food and drinks will be provided.


  56. Lois said,

    December 31, 2015 at 12:05 pm

    Tot Shabbat & Tot Sha-Potluck! Fridays, Jan 8, Feb 5, Mar 4, Apr 1, May 6, & June 3, at 5:15-6:30 p.m. at Beit Ahavah ~ the Reform Synagogue of Greater Northampton, 130 Pine Street, Florence.

    A monthly musical hour for families with kids ages 0-6 welcoming the Sabbath and Jewish holidays, led by Marlene Rachelle. All are welcome!

    Tot Shabbat is free. Then stay for the lively and friendly potluck which is vegetarian or dairy (no nuts). We welcome interfaith families, LGBT families, siblings, grandparents and friends. More info and flier at Shabbat shalom!


  57. Karina said,

    December 29, 2015 at 8:12 pm

    Event title: International Women’s Day Celebration
    Event date: Saturday, March 5th,2016
    Event time: 1-5pm
    Community event: Family-oriented event, any age welcome to attend
    Contact for information or sign-up on “2016 International Women’s day Celebration” on Facebook
    Event location: Boland School, 426 Armory Street, Springfield, MA 01104
    Suggested donation of $10 (includes lunch and entertainment)
    Proceeds benefiting women and girls who are affected by hunger, poverty and homelessness. Afri(K)que Limited is a non-profit organization.
    Description of event: This is a charity event with well-known guest speakers, unique vendors, singing & dancing performances, talent & fashion show, international food and plenty of other surprises. Come join us for a fun-filled day of giving and networking!


  58. December 29, 2015 at 7:29 pm

    Cooking with Parents & Grandparents –Winter Theme
    Monday, January 11, 2016
    3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
    1148 Converse Street
    Longmeadow, MA 01106
    Contact Person: Rochel Leah Kosofsky
    Phone: day (413) 567-8665

    Grab your chef’s hat and apron and head to LYA for another program of interactive cooking for all ages. The cold weather has finally arrived and our cooking session will feature winter foods. Warm yourselves up and enjoy making stuffed potatoes, hot pretzels, edible snowmen, oatmeal and hot cocoa. There will be winter crafts to create as well.

    Cooking with Parents and Grandparents is a family education program that is funded with support from the Harold Grinspoon Foundation. This program is free and open to the public. Reservations are requested, but not required.

    Families will enjoy creating and eating exciting food creations and will receive copies of all recipes made. This program is free and open to the public. Cooking with Parents and Grandparents is a family education program that is funded with support from the Harold Grinspoon Foundation. Reservations are requested but not required.

    Please call 413-567-8665 or email to reserve your spot.


  59. Debbie Weyl said,

    December 24, 2015 at 2:35 pm

    Music Together for Valley Families
    Open House & Free Sample Class (0-5 years old)
    Sat. Jan. 2, 2016
    Aikido of Amherst 7 Pomeroy Lane Amherst

    Internationally beloved Interactive child- parent/caregiver music and movement program, since 1999 is holding a sample class, by registration only.
    Please contact 413-259-9400 or email for time and registration information.


  60. December 22, 2015 at 3:13 pm

    Winter Arts and Crafts. Plenty of supplies will be available to make a winter scene. 12/31/15 from 3:00-4:30. For children 5 and up. Hawks-Hayden Room, Meekins Library, 2 Williams St., Willilamsburg, MA. Free


  61. December 22, 2015 at 3:07 pm

    Winter themed Bingo. 12/29/15 from 12:30-2:00 pm. Ages 5 and up. Hawks-Hayden Room, Meekins Library, Williamsburg, MA. Free


  62. December 21, 2015 at 11:36 pm

    New year’s Tot Shabbat & Tot Sha-Potluck! Friday, January 8th, 5:15-6:30 p.m. at Beit Ahavah, 130 Pine Street, Florence,

    A monthly musical hour for families with kids ages 0-6 welcoming the Sabbath and holidays, led by Marlene Rachelle. All are welcome! Tot Shabbat is free. Then stay for the lively potluck which is vegetarian or dairy (no nuts). We welcome interfaith families, LGBT families, siblings, grandparents and friends. More info at


  63. Ed Kaler said,

    December 21, 2015 at 3:20 pm

    Animal Tracks
    Sat, Jan 09, 2016 10:00 am – 11:30 am

    Location: Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary,127 Combs Rd., Easthampton
    Rebecca Moretti – Environmental Educator
    Family (suitable for children 5 – 12 years)
    Adult $6.00, Child $6.00
    Adult $8.00, Child $8.00
    Nonmembers can join today during checkout and take immediate advantage of member prices.

    Identifying and following an animal track can teach us a lot about the animals that live in our area and their behavior. The forest is full of signs of wildlife. Indoors we will play a track game, make a track craft, and then head outdoors using our new knowledge of tracks. We will learn to read these tracks and signs, which provide both mysteries and answers.
    Instructions and Directions:
    Please dress to be outdoors for part of this program.
    Registration is required.
    Register online or call 413-584-3009 to register by phone.


  64. Bonnie said,

    December 17, 2015 at 8:51 pm

    Puppet show for the whole family!

    Lollipops for Breakfast:
    a marvelous concoction of friendship, invention, and adventure

    December 29th
    11:00 am & 2:00 pm
    ages 3 & up, families

    The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
    125 West Bay Road Amherst, MA 01002 (413) 658-1100
    $5 (Members $4.50) Museum Admission extra

    You can’t have lollipops for breakfast! But today, Sylvie decides she’s going to break that rule, even if it means she has to make her own amazingly perfect lollipop from scratch. Come along as she and her trusty pet bird search for missing ingredients, wrestle with giant candy machines, and get lost in a magical pop-up cookbook.


  65. Terri said,

    December 16, 2015 at 10:33 am

    Murder Mystery Dinner Theater: Midnight at the Masquerade Ball

    Saturday, February 13, 2016
    Doors open at 6PM, Murder Mystery begins at 6:30
    Holiday Special: Non-refundableTickets $47.00 each through 12/20/15, $50.00 after promotional period
    Tickets include: buffet dinner, improv theater and masks
    Cash Bar
    Rated PG-13
    Guests encouraged to dress in evening wear, ball gowns, suits and tuxes, but not required.

    Location: Hadley Farms Meeting House
    41 Russell Street
    Hadley, MA 01035

    For tickets or further information, please visit

    Proceeds to benefit Granby BSA Venture Crew 304


  66. Anne said,

    November 30, 2015 at 6:40 pm

    Amelia Park ice skating 11:00 AM 12:00 PM APIA Ice Arena
    ******Homeschool Skate Thursday Mornings
    They are willing to try this out for December and January (minus 12/24 /12/31) and I think they will continue through the rest of the year if they get a consistent 25-35 people! 413-568-2503
    > Amelia Park homeschool ice skate 21 South Broad St Westfield MA 01085 413-568-2503
    > Thursday mornings, 11am-12pm 1 hour
    > $5 per skater/$4 if they bring their own skates (not sure if this is
    > cash only) Walkers available for new skaters Free parking


  67. Chris Oakley said,

    October 27, 2015 at 10:45 am

    Winter Circus Camps at SHOW Circus Studio

    Youth Camp: Ages 6-12
    Level: All Level (New and Returning Students Welcome)
    Cost: $65/day
    Time: 9am – 3pm
    Day(s): Monday (December 28) and/or Tuesday (December 29)

    Description: If you’re looking for a fun, safe, and creative option for your vacation break then you’ve come to the right place! SHOW is committed to the emotional and physical safety of children, youth, and adults. Vacation Break camps at SHOW are a great place for kids to express themselves creatively and to be a part of a community steeped in circus culture and traditions.

    We are offering two days of circus fun on Monday, December 28 and Tuesday, December 29. Sign up for one day or two days of camp! This day camp will run from 9am – 3pm and it will cover a range of circus including trapeze, fabric, juggling, balancing, acrobatics, human pyramids, stretching, strength, and circus games. A great way for kids to get out during winter break and learn some new skills! Registration is limited so enroll early to guarantee a spot!

    Registration and More Information:


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