Sunday Sep 24 @ 8:00 AM
WCM Flea Market at Fountain Park
Wilbraham Children's Museum – Come out and support us as WCM Hosts the Flea Market at Fountain Park. This fundraising event supports WCM's programs and playground. The $5 parking fee supports Fountain Park. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. Come and join the fun! Make sure you take the time to explore Community Row to check our the awesome groups and organizations right here in town! Registration is easy - simply click the link for our online store and fill out the form. You will be emailed a confirmation before the event with a lot #. Lots are assigned on a first register basis. Only one car per lot allowed. If you bring more than one vehicle, the extras must be parked in the lot. Click Here to register: www.http://www.wilbrahamchildrensmuseum.com/Flea-Market-at-Fountain-Park.html Vendor Set-up at 6:00 am - No Early Birds Please Gates Open at 8:00 am - 2:00 pm Vendor Spaces are 20ft x 15ft $30 each. $5 discount to WCM Members.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 9:00 AM
MIM Presents 9th Annual Innovators Show Hosted by Artioli Dodge
Mopars in Motion – Mopars In Motion Presents the 9th Annual Innovators Show and Shine Mopar Show, Hosted by Artioli Chrysler Dodge Ram Show hours are 9:00am to 3:00pm *Spectators Free! *DJ *Raffles *Family Fun Activities All Day! *Free Showfield Entry for All Mopars In Motion Club Members *$10 Show Fee for NonMembers *Open to All Mopar and AMC cars and trucks, including a non-Mopar show class *Up To 17 Show Classes with 3 Trophies Per Class, Plus Best Of Show *Dash Plaques for the First 100 Cars and Trucks For Info or Directions, call Ralph at Eight Six Zero-416-1228 or visit our website: www.moparinmotion.com ALL SHOWS ARE HELD RAIN OR SHINE Members, all MIM shows are run by volunteers from the club, and there would be no shows without our members lending a helping hand. Your help is always needed and appreciated, please consider volunteering. Lunch is on the club if you volunteer at the show! If you would like to volunteer, please arrive as early as 7:00am and see a club officer. Thank you in advance for your help and hardwork!
Sunday Sep 24 @ 9:30 AM
Splash of Color 2017
Easter Seals Massachusetts – TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW!! For a group of five Fun Runners, simply select "Group of Five". *For a group of five 5K Runners please individually register all five people and use promo code "group5" to get group discount rate.* SplashOfColor.RaceWire.com Registration: 9:30am 5k Start: 10:30am Fun Run Start: 10:45am Easter Seals MA is proud to announce the return of the Splash of Color Family Fun Run! So, grab your friends and family and join us for some colorful fun while supporting a great cause. All registered runners will once again receive a Splash of Color t-shirt (with registrations on or before 8/21/16), sunglasses, and an outdoor bbq lunch. Post-race festivities will more fun and games than ever including a balloon sculptor, photo booth, music, and beer tastings for our 21+ crowd. NEW to this year's Splash of Color: We have added a traditional timed 5k option with no color stations. Registration for this run includes a timed chip, lunch and a photo as you cross the finish line.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 12:00 PM
15th Annual Fallen Firefighter Memorial Service
Connecticut Fallen Firefighters Memorial –
Sunday Sep 24 @ 4:00 PM
Aquanett LIVE at Sonny's
Sonny's Place – From their website: “Aquanett has been labeled “New England’s most authentic tribute to the 80’s.” Their look, authentic sound to the original artists and dedication to their fans have been keeping people coming out again and again for over a decade. Aquanett covers bands from Ozzy to Metallica, Bon Jovi to Poison.” http://www.aquanett.com/
Sunday Sep 24 @ 4:00 PM
Flash: A Tea Dance For Women presents Encore!
Gateway City Arts – Once again our guest DJ Frequency returns to Bring Down the House! The last time they were here, the whole room erupted into applause at the end of their set! A private party for women produced by Sally Brown and YOUR help giving us your feedback and helping spread the word, thank YOU! $5 cover 21+
Sunday Sep 24 @ 7:00 PM
John Gorka at The Iron Horse Music Hall
Iron Horse Entertainment/IHEG – Doors at 5:30pm. An Iron Horse fixture and favorite. From New Jersey, John Gorka is a world-renowned singer-songwriter who got his start at a neighborhood coffeehouse in eastern Pennsylvania. Traveling to New York City, Jack Hardy's legendary Fast Folk circle (a breeding ground for many a major singer-songwriter) became a powerful source of education and encouragement. Folk meccas like Texas' Kerrville Folk Festival (where he won the New Folk Award in 1984) and Boston followed, and his stunningly soulful baritone voice and original songwriting began turning heads. Those who had at one time inspired him - Suzanne Vega, Bill Morrissey, Nanci Griffith, Christine Lavin, Shawn Colvin - had become his peers . For his latest album, Gorka presents his fans with an opportunity to hear a sort of parallel-universe version of his first album, 1987's "I Know," with his most recent release, "Before Beginning: the Unreleased 'I Know,' " which is actually the debut he recorded before his actual debut. Basically, here's the deal: Gorka went in the studio in 1985 to make his first record for Red House, and it came out sounding good but not the way Gorka wanted. Eventually, he got it right, and these songs were released in stripped-back versions that sounded more like the ones in Gorka's head.
Monday Sep 25 @ 10:00 AM
Fall 2017 Homeschool Day
New England Air Museum – Start your homeschool/unschool year with a visit to the New England Air Museum on Homeschool Day! We’ll be open exclusively for homeschoolers and their families that day, featuring a variety of special programs including hands-on build & fly challenge activities, flight science demonstations, open cockpit experiences in historic aircraft, and much more. Homeschool Day admission rates are as follows: $10.00 for adults (ages 12 and older) $6.00 for children (ages 4-11) All children ages 3 and under admitted free Please note museum memberships, coupons, and/or library passes do not apply to Homeschool Day admission. Advanced online pre-registration for this event is required by Monday September 18th. Groups are encouraged to bring a brown bag lunch. For more information, please visit our website at: http://neam.org/ed-fall-2017-homeschool-day.php
Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
Far Out Film Discussion: Daisies
Forbes Library – Far Out Film Discussion is formatted like a book club: check out the film, watch it at home, and attend the meeting to discuss it. (We will not be screening the film at the program.) We meet the last Monday of each month. Our next movie is Daisies, a 1966 Czech New Wave film from director Vera Chytilová. This comedy/drama - which had initially been banned - features two teenage girls, both named Marie, who play strange pranks. Copies of the film will be available in the Reference Dept. and the Arts and Music Dept. You can also watch the film via Kanopy.com - sign up for a free account with your Forbes library card and stream it online : https://forbes.kanopystreaming.com/video/daisies Join us in the Community Room on Monday September 25th at 7:00pm to discuss the film!
Tuesday Sep 26 - Dec 19 @ 10:00 AM
Parents & Playgroups - weekly drop-in parents' group
It Takes a Village – We provide a watchful eye during the library’s playgroup so parents can take a break and talk. Refreshments provided.
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 11:00 AM
Voter Registration with the Amherst League of Women Voters
Amherst Survival Center – Come to the Amherst Survival Center and register to vote and stay for lunch! It's National Voter Registration Day and the Amherst League of Women Voters will be at the Amherst Survival Center to help register voters. Lunch is served 12pm-1pm. ALL ARE WELCOME.
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 6:00 PM
Junior League of Greater Springfield Meeting
Junior League of Greater Springfield – By invitation. Women building better communities! For more information about Junior League visit http://www.jlgs.org
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 7:00 PM
Ben Sollee & Kentucky Native at The Iron Horse Music Hall
Iron Horse Entertainment/IHEG – Nashville, TN – Acclaimed cellist, composer, songwriter and activist Ben Sollee announces the release of Ben Sollee And Kentucky Native (Soundly Music) on August 11th, 2017. Tracing the origins of a traditional American genre back to early immigrants, Sollee takes a non-traditional approach, blending the influences of early Irish and Scottish musicians with the rhythms of Mexico, Africa, and India. This album is Sollee’s most personally revealing work and a reflection of his native Kentucky, a place like many others, that’s still helping refine the ever-changing Bluegrass genre.Inspired by the interactions and collaborations of string musicians from all walks of life, Sollee and his bandmates recorded twelve songs in a cabin at the Bernheim Arboretum And Research Forest Center in Clermont, KY. Each song was captured live as an ensemble with a mobile, analog studio and with just a few overdubs. Together, they thoughtfully reimagined a revered style with world music characteristics.
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 7:00 PM
Park Street & West Farms Cemeteries Final Planning Meeting
The David Ruggles Center for History and Education – The process of preparing a long-term master plan for preserving and enhancing both Park Street and West Farms Cemeteries is nearing completion. Prior to finalizing the plan, the City of Northampton would like to hear your thoughts, ideas and preferences on the draft plan.
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 8:00 AM
Ask LOMAP at WNE School of Law
Western New England University School of Law – With our only two advisors based in downtown Boston, we understand that the lawyers and law students in the western part of the state need more opportunities for in-person consultations. Our friends at Western New England University School of Law are helping out by hosting a whole day of consultations on their campus. Sign up to coordinate a time here: http://masslomap.org/event/ask-lomap-western-new-england-law/
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 4:30 PM
5 Takes on African Art/ 42 Flags Exhibition Opening
University Museum of Contemporary Art – Join the University Museum of Contemporary Art in the opening of "5 Takes on African Art/ 42 Flags" exhibition drawn from Charles Derby's collection. The event will occur at the UMCA and Fine Arts Center lobby. The schedule is as follows: 4:30-6:00 p.m.: Special Performance by the Bamidele Dancers and Drummers on the Fine Arts Center Plaza 6:00 -7:00 p.m.: Panel Discussion with Charles Derby and the five curators in the Fine Arts Center Lobby
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 6:30 PM
Forbes Library Zine Club
Forbes Library – A club to talk and create all-things-zine! Also : a place to draw, write, or engage with other innovative folks in a casual and open atmosphere. Meeting at Forbes Library on the second floor in the Arts and Music Department.
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 7:00 PM
Straw Dog Writers Author Showcase
Forbes Library – Straw Dog Writers Guild 4th Annual Authors Showcase: Dick Bentley Michael Goldman Tzivia Gover Jan Maher Ellen Meeropol Leslea Newman Elaine Reardon Jacqueline Sheehan Gail Thomas Short Readings, Refreshments, Book Signings A celebration of members books at The Forbes Library, Coolidge Museum, 20 West Street, Northampton, MA Free & open to the public
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 7:00 PM
The High Kings at The Iron Horse Music Hall / Show #1
Iron Horse Entertainment/IHEG – The High Kings are a traditional folk group who are among a wave of modern acts bringing classic Celtic songs into the 21st century. They can truly claim to represent the next generation of Irish music as three of their members are the sons of famous fathers. Finbarr Clancy’s father, Bobby was a member of the legendary Clancy Brothers, Martin Furey’s father Finbarr is famous for his time in the Fureys, and Brian Dunphy’s father, Sean, once represented Ireland in the Eurovision song contest. Following the death of his uncle, Liam Clancy, Finbarr said that while it felt like the end of an era for Irish music, The High Kings were determined to carry on the tradition. He also admitted that they had big shoes to fill. The High Kings are named after the legendary rulers of ancient Ireland The final member of the band, Darren Holden, is a successful Broadway star. He played Billy Joel in the Pianoman in the hit musical, Moving Out. He toured with the show for three years before joining The High Kings. As well as being a leading vocal group, they are also accomplished musicians, playing 13 different instruments between them.
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 7:00 PM
Masala Jazz at The Bistro at Gateway City Arts
Gateway City Arts – Join us for delicous food, tasty drinks, and exceptional music. Our weekly Beergarden music series continues with Masala Jazz starting at 7pm. MASALA is a term used in Asian cuisines to mostly describe a combination of wonderful spices. Not unlike the mixture of the many spices in Indian cooking, Masala Jazz is a mixture of many musicians and a fusion of musical expressions with a foundation in jazz and blues. SiriNam Singh Khalsa, the bands leader and originator wanted Masala to reflect family and the enjoyment of playing music. SiriNam’s three decades of guitar playing was described in a Daily Hampshire Gazette Arts and Entertainment article as “a clean and melodic sound influenced by musicians such as Pat Matheny and Larry Carlton.” Menu can be previewed at gatewaycityartsbistro.com