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COMING EVENTS

Want your coming event included on our page? We will gladly advertise events free-of-charge for your non-profit organization. Please email the information at least two weeks in advance to comingevents@wizzradio.com

Ongoing

Visit the Gift Shop at Baystate-Franklin Medical Center.If you are looking for Silver Forest jewelry, Dean's Beans coffee beans, hand knit baby sweaters, home decor, cards featuring pictures of local scenery, hand crafted quilts for children, a wide variety of plush animals for the newest and youngest member of the family- they have them all and more! Come visit! You'll be glad you did! The Gift Shop at Baystate Franklin is a completely non- profit organization run solely by volunteers. All proceeds directly benefit the patients and services at the hospital.





Tuesday, January 14th

Drop in at the Greenfield Public Library for a knitting and crocheting group on Tuesday, January 14th at 6pm! All skill levels welcome. Meetings will take place at the tables in front of the fireplace in the main library.





Wednesday, January 15th

Drop in at the Greenfield Public Library and play Scrabble on Wednesday, January 15th at 6pm! Library game boards will be available for game play. All skill levels are welcome. Meetings will take place at the tables in front of the fireplace in the main library.
 



The cosmetology students from Franklin County Tech will be giving hand massages and painting nails at the Bernardston Senior Center on Wednesday, January 15th at 10:30am. Suggested donation is $3. Registration is a MUST! To register, please call the Bernardston Senior Center at 413-648-5413.

 



Saturday, January 18th


The Great Falls Discovery Center presents “Who’s Been Here? A Tracking Adventure,” on Saturday, January 18th at 10:30am. Join DCR staff for a tracking adventure to find out who has been outside in the snow at the Discovery Center. Investigate the mysterious signs that wildlife leave behind through stories, crafts, and exploring outside. Be sure to bundle up! This event is for ages 3-6 with a parent or guardian. Siblings and friends are welcome.





Sunday, January 19th

Exploded View presents “Put Your Story on the Map” on Sunday, January 19th from 1-3pm at the Great Falls Discovery Center. Join the curators of the ‘You Are Here’ exhibit in a community mapping project focusing on Turners Falls that combines personal history with visions for the future. Additionally, this project will be available as a self-directed activity in the Great Hall from January 19th through February 29th.

 
 

Tuesday, January 21st

Join police Chief Jim Palmeri and Sgt John Richardson for coffee and Adams donuts on Tuesday, January 21st at 10am at the Bernardston Senior Center. They’ll be available to answer you questions; whether you want to know how to best keep yourself safe or just want to hear a good cop story. Please call the Bernardston Senior Center at 413-648-5413 to register for this event.

 

Drop in at the Greenfield Public Library for a knitting and crocheting group on Tuesday, January 21st at 6pm! All skill levels welcome. Meetings will take place at the tables in front of the fireplace in the main library.




Wednesday, January 22nd

Drop in at the Greenfield Public Library and play Scrabble on Wednesday, January 22nd at 6pm! Library game board will be available for game play. All skill levels are welcome. Meetings will take place at the tables in front of the fireplace in the main library.

 



Friday, January 24th


Come learn about our wildlife neighbors who share our home in the Connecticut River watershed with Kidleidoscope Story Hour at the Great Falls Discovery Center on Friday, January 24th. Meet in the Great Hall at 10:30am for an hour of fun and learning. The program includes a story, activities, and a craft to introduce young children to wildlife along the river. The animal friend featured on January 24th is the moose. This event is intended for ages 3-6, accompanied by an adult. Siblings and friends are welcome.





Saturday, January 25th


The next Kiwanis Chicken Pot Pie Supper will be Saturday, January 25, at the United Church of Bernardston, 58 Church St., Bernardston, MA.  No need to call; JUST SHOW UP!  Continual seating from 5:00 to 6:30 pm.





Sunday, January 26th

Recharge and get some rest at the Great Falls Discovery Center on Sunday, January 26th from 1-3pm. Exploded View presents: Napping. These are overwhelming times and sometimes we just need to go to bed. Sleep is necessary, and Americans are sleep deprived. Meet in the Great Hall – bring your own blanket! Ambient live music provided.

 


Monday, January 27th

The Greenfield Public Library is holding a drop-in drawing night on Monday, January 27th at 6pm. Stop by the library to draw or color! Bring your own materials or use theirs. All skill levels are welcome. Drawing night will take place at the tables in front of the fireplace in the main library.

 

Maile Shoul of the Opioid Task Force and Illaria Dana of Tapestry Health will be at the Greenfield Public Library on Monday, January 27th from 3-5pm to offer information and answer questions. Come learn more about the Opioid Task Force’s committees and new initiative and Tapestry Health’s services, which include HIV/STI testing, substance use harm reduction services and more. This program, sponsored by the Friends of the GPL, is free and open to the public.

 



Friday, January 31st

Come learn about our wildlife neighbors who share our home in the Connecticut River watershed with Kidleidoscope Story Hour at the Great Falls Discovery Center on Friday, January 31st. Meet in the Great Hall at 10:30am for an hour of fun and learning. The program includes a story, activities, and a craft to introduce young children to wildlife along the river. The animal friend featured on January 31st is the groundhog. This event is intended for ages 3-6, accompanied by an adult. Siblings and friends are welcome.