Donations Needed

St. Mary’s Women’s Club in Orange is collecting diapers, baby items, and baby and toddler clothes to donate to area Problem Pregnancy Centers. A crib will be set up in the entrance hall to St. Mary’s Church now through Father’s Day to collect donated goods, which will then be distributed to centers in Athol and Greenfield.

Friday, May 17th – Saturday, May 18th

The Holy Trinity Rosary Society is having a Spring Tag/Rummage/Plant/Toy/Jewelry/Raffle/Bake Sale on Friday, May 17th and Saturday, May 18th from 9am to 2pm. Luncheon will be served beginning at 10:30am on both days. The event will be held in Father Casey Hall, 133 Main Street, Greenfield, MA.


Saturday, May 18th

First Congregational Church of Sunderland, located at the junction of route 47 and 116, is hosting an Asparagus Supper on Saturday, May 18th. Come to the chapel next to the church at 5:30pm for a dinner of appetizer, asparagus, roast pork, scalloped potatoes, coleslaw, applesauce, beverage, and dessert. Meals cost $12 for adults and $4 for children 8 and under. To make a reservation, please call 413-665-2890 and leave your name, telephone number, and the number of people in your party.


The Nolumbeka Project Presents Annual Day of Remembrance: The 1676 massacre of Natives at the falls on Saturday, May 18th from 1-3:30pm at the Great Falls Discovery Center. This commemoration sponsored by the Nolumbeka Project observes the 343rd anniversary of the tragedy. Meet in the Great Hall, rain or shine. Activities include a commemorative circle and sharing. Members of the Tribal and non-Tribal public are welcome. This event is open to all.

Monday, May 20th

Even though WordPress runs roughly a third of all websites 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, May 20th 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.


Thursday, May 23rd

Do you suffer from depression and anxiety? Learn techniques from cognitive behavioral therapy that you can use to manage feelings of sadness, loneliness, and anxiety commonly experienced by older adults, as well as find support from others experiencing the same challenges at a Lifepath sponsored event on Thursday, May 23rd from 2-3:30pm at Shelburne Falls Senior Center, 7 Main Street, in Shelburne Falls. Admission is free. Please call (413) 625-2502 to pre-register.

First Congregational Church of Whately is having a Ham & Asparagus Supper on Thursday, May 23rd at 6pm. The menu includes ham, mashed potato, asparagus, cabbage salad, rolls, angel cake with raspberry whip, coffee, tea, and milk. Meals cost $12 for adults and $6 for children. To make a reservation, please call LaSalle Florist at 665-2653.



Saturday, May 25th

Montague Congregational Church, 4 North Street, Montague, is hosting three events on Saturday, May 25th! Stop by the bake sale and choose from a selection of brownies, pies, cakes, cookies, and cupcakes. Check out the plant sale for perennials, annuals, herbs, and vegetables. Don’t forget to visit the indoor tag sale featuring house wares, glassware, art and crafts, and gently used clothing! Something for everyone! Event will be held 8am to 1pm, rain or shine.


Kids – grab your parents and go exploring! It’s Bike Path BINGO at the Great Falls Discovery Center on Saturday, May 25th from 10:30-11:30am! All ages are welcome as we practice examining the natural world with field guides, binoculars, and a fun game to see just how much you can see. Meet t the main entrance to the Discovery Center. Please bring water, bug spray, sunscreen, and wear sturdy shoes.


Friday, May 24th – Sunday, May 26th

The 43rd Annual Gas Engine Show and Flea Market will be held Memorial Day weekend (Friday, May 24th through Sunday, May 26th) at Pratt Field, 257 South Street, Bernardston. The event kicks off on Friday the 24th at 11:30am with the opening of the food booths! Saturday the 25th has fun activities all day - browse the flea market and engine show, take part in the youth garden tractor pull, and watch a tractor parade! Don’t forget to attend the Ham & Bean Supper and buy your raffle tickets for the big raffle! Activities begin early on Sunday, May 26th with an 8am Church Service under the Big Top. Enjoy one final day of food, fun, awards, and raffles! Raffle winners will be drawn at 1 and 2pm. All proceeds to benefit the United Church of Bernardston.

The YMCA in Greenfield offers 12 yoga classes per week, all free with a Y membership. There are four levels to choose from including yoga for chronic pain to Vinyasa yoga. Yoga classes improve flexibility, strength and posture as well as bone health, blood flow, and blood pressure levels. Class schedules are available at the YMCA or

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