Imagine a place in the heart of New England…

where you can stay close to everything in vibrant villages and city centers, and also find yourself next to nothing in the great outdoors. Imagine a unique region where year-round outdoor recreation opportunities meet a vibrant art, culture, and dining scene; where you’ll get your fill of outdoor adventure by day, and explore spirited downtowns by night…all within a few minutes drive.

Imagine yourself in Western Massachusetts.

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May 2020

Buckland Fiber Friends

Knit, Spin, weave, felt, sew and crochet. Share yarn, tools, ideas and camaraderie.

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Great Hall Exhibit: Fertile Ground – Corn, Cranberries, Tobacco, and Artists

The Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association's traveling exhibit explores connections between the Connecticut River Valley's agricultural landscape and generations of artists in the Fuller family of Deerfield. Imaginary art studios represent three generations George Fuller's painting studio, Arthur Negus Fuller's printmaking studio, and Elizabeth Brooks Fuller's en plein air (outdoor) studio. Enjoy reproductions of oil paintings, prints, and watercolors from Memorial Hall Museum's Fuller collection; learn how farming influenced these artists' work; and create your own art inspired by our local…

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Great Hall Exhibit: Fertile Ground – Corn, Cranberries, Tobacco, and Artists

The Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association's traveling exhibit explores connections between the Connecticut River Valley's agricultural landscape and generations of artists in the Fuller family of Deerfield. Imaginary art studios represent three generations George Fuller's painting studio, Arthur Negus Fuller's printmaking studio, and Elizabeth Brooks Fuller's en plein air (outdoor) studio. Enjoy reproductions of oil paintings, prints, and watercolors from Memorial Hall Museum's Fuller collection; learn how farming influenced these artists' work; and create your own art inspired by our local…

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18th Annual Mental Health & Wellness Fair – A Virtual Celebration

May 18 - May 22
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4th Fridays Contra Dance

The dances in this series are open to all but will be geared toward experienced dancers. "Experienced" means: You know how to do a roll away, California twirl, pass through to a wave, contra corners, and the basic moves without being taught; You know where to be at the start of each dance phrase and how to recover from a lapse; You assist your partner and neighbor to the next move; You execute flourishes safely and on time without disturbing…

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Contact

Hampshire County Regional Tourism Council
99 Pleasant Street
Northampton, MA 01060
413-584-1900

Franklin County Regional Tourism Council
395 Main Street
Greenfield, MA 01301
413-773-5463