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COMING EVENTS

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Monday, March 18th

Even though WordPress runs roughly a third of all website on the internet, it can be frustrating to deal with. Bring your WordPress problems to a Q & A session with a seasoned WordPress professional at the Greenfield Public Library on Monday, March 18th at 6pm. Both general questions and specific issues are welcome – expect troubleshooting on the big screen so all can follow and learn. John Paganetti has been designing WordPress websites since 2006, and will help you get your website up and running quickly.




Tuesday, March 19th


It’s Movie Night at the Greenfield Public Library on Tuesday, March 19th! The film begins at 5:30pm and this month’s movie is ‘Stranger Than Fiction.’

 
 

Wednesday, March 20th

Is there a voice in your head that sometimes tells you that you’re not good enough? Come to “Swipe Left on Your Inner Critic: 5 Techniques for Quieting the Voice of Unhelpful Judgment” on Wednesday, March 20th at 6pm at the Greenfield Public Library. Through wise and wise-cracking stories and easy-to-do, fun interactive exercises, President and Founder of Happy Valley Comedy, Pam Victor, provides practical and immediately-applicable techniques for disempowering the inner critic so you can better reach your full potential and live with more joy and ease. 

 



Thursday, March 22nd

Join Alison Bell and Maida Goodwin as they read from their book “Glorious Mountain Days” on Thursday, March 22nd at 7pm at Whately Town Hall. A wonderful new book looking back at a remarkable 1902 adventure in the White Mountains, this illustrated volume brings together the letters and photographs by Hattie Freeman and Emma Cummings made during a week-long mountain trip. Their words and images describe mountain birds, alpine flowers, rugged trails, and camp life enjoyed by the two women and their companions in July 1902. Inspired by their experience, Freeman and Cummings went on to help preserve the White Mountains for future generations through their activism. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Whately Public Library.





Saturday, March 23rd

The Friends of the Greenfield Public Library are having a March Into Spring Book Sale on Saturday, March 23rd from 10am to 1:30pm at the library! Load up on books for spring! Choose from over 8,000 fiction, non-fiction, and kid’s books – something for the whole family. Proceeds from the Friends Book Sales support many library programs and events.





Tuesday, March 26th

Do you love to draw, mix paint, and invent colors? Get creative at the Teen and Tween Art Club on Tuesday, March 26th at 5:30pm at the Greenfield Public Library. Sarah Ahearn Bellamare, author of Painted Pages, will be on hand to lead an art, color, pattern, and fun workshop. This month, have fun with embroidery thread! This club is open to all middle school and high school students.

 
A critique group for adults who write for children meets Tuesday, March 26th from 6 to 8pm at the Greenfield Public Library. Participants will discuss skills, share tips and opportunities for development, and read and discuss their stories. The group is facilitated by Nell Wright.

 


Saturday, March 30th


Join Arthur Evans and his son Peter for a 3D Design & Printing/Robotics Workshop at 10:30am on Saturday, March 30th at the Whatley Town Hall. This father son team specializes in “cool technology.” Participants will learn about 3D printers and what they are used for. This STEM based workshop is open to all and is sponsored in part by a grant from The Whately Cultural Council.

 

The Great Falls Discovery Center presents the “All Cooped Up!” concert on Saturday, March 30th from 7 to 9pm. The Franklin County Musicians Cooperative (COOP) features solo artists, established duos, and small group performers, who play an unpredictable mix of folk, rock, county, Celtic, jazz and swing. Come out for a evening of great tunes and fun! Donations are suggested.

 

United Church of Bernardston’s next Kiwanis Chicken Pot Pie Supper will be held Saturday, March 30th with continual seating from 5 to 6:30pm. Meals cost $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12.





Saturday, April 6th

Montague Congregational Church is hosting their 79th annual Sugar on Snow Supper on Saturday, April 6th at 5:30pm.  The menu includes corned beef hash, baked beans, Harvard beets (gluten free), coleslaw, homemade donuts, strawberry upside down cake, and of course, sugar on snow. Meals cost $12 for adults and $5 for children under 10. To make a reservation, please call 367-2652. Walk-ins are seated as space allows.
 

Support the Franklin County Regional Dog Shelter by attending a Pancake Breakfast benefit on Saturday, April 6th at the United Church of Bernardston, 58 Church Street. Breakfast will be served from 8 to 11am, and costs $8 for adults and $5 for children 8 and under. There will also be a dog themed raffle!





Now thru April 21st

Beginning Saturday, February 16th, the Great Falls Discovery Center’s Great Hall Exhibit will feature “The Time of My Life,” Vintage Views of Western Massachusetts. Enlarged postcard scenes will take visitors on an imaginary road trip, with stops at Mount Tom Mount Holyoke Summit House, Sugarloaf, Turners Falls, Greenfield, Shelburne Falls, and the Mohawk Trail. Sit down and relax with reproduction postal souvenir albums, a hands-on stereoscope, and a Viewmaster with other area scenes that paint pictures of a time before cell phones and social media. This exhibit is sponsored by Memorial Hall Museum and will be on display from February 16th until April 21st.





Applications accepted now! (Deadline is Saturday, April 13th)

A.K. Warner Fund scholarship applications are now available. The fund was established in 1881 under the will of Anson K. Warner to provide financial assistance to Greenfield residents between the ages of 14 and 21. The scholarship is awarded for the purpose of paying for any expenses related to educational endeavors, such as tuition, fees, textbooks, etc. Interested candidates may pick up an application in the Guidance Department of any Franklin County public or private school or by calling Sally Ahearn at 773-3959. The application deadline is April 13th.


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