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NCTKids: JUNIE B. JONES THE MUSICAL

NCTKids: JUNIE B. JONES THE MUSICAL

Friday, July 24th 2015 - 10:30 am - 12:30 pm at Mendenhall Center, Smith College
122 Green Street
Northampton

July 8-11, July 22-25, 10:30 AM

Hooray! Hooray! NCTKids is bringing everybody’s favorite first grader to the stage in this lively musical adaptation of Barbara Park’s beloved Junie B. Jones book series. Junie B. (the B. stands for Beatrice only she does not like Beatrice, just B.) sings and dances her way through First Grade with the help of her teacher Mr. Scary, the Cafeteria Lady and friends like Sheldon and Herb and even that tattle- tale, May. Grab your top-secret personal beeswax journal and join us for all the fun of JUNIE B. JONES: THE MUSICAL.

Tickets can be bought at newcenturytheatre.org or by calling 413-585-3220.

$10 General admission, $8 groups (per ticket)

Frontier Youth Football 2015 Final Registration Event

Saturday, July 25th 2015 - 9:00 am - 11:00 am at Whately Elementary School
273 Long Plain Road
Whately

Join us for our final registration event for the 2015 football season.

We are open to all kids entering 2nd through 6th grade (for 2015-2016 school year) in the Union #38 school district as well as surrounding towns without a current SAFL affiliation.

All new players will need to bring a birth certificate to register.

You can also register on our website: www.frontieryouthfootball.com

GO REDHAWKS!

 

Bernardston Farmers Market

Saturday, July 25th 2015 - 10:00 am - 1:00 pm at United Church of Bernardston
58 Church St.
Bernardston

Every Saturday through October 3rd, 10am to 1pm at the United Church of Bernardton parking lot.  Local, fresh farm produce and other products!

NCTKids: JUNIE B. JONES THE MUSICAL

NCTKids: JUNIE B. JONES THE MUSICAL

Saturday, July 25th 2015 - 10:30 am - 12:30 pm at Mendenhall Center, Smith College
122 Green Street
Northampton

July 8-11, July 22-25, 10:30 AM

Hooray! Hooray! NCTKids is bringing everybody’s favorite first grader to the stage in this lively musical adaptation of Barbara Park’s beloved Junie B. Jones book series. Junie B. (the B. stands for Beatrice only she does not like Beatrice, just B.) sings and dances her way through First Grade with the help of her teacher Mr. Scary, the Cafeteria Lady and friends like Sheldon and Herb and even that tattle- tale, May. Grab your top-secret personal beeswax journal and join us for all the fun of JUNIE B. JONES: THE MUSICAL.

Tickets can be bought at newcenturytheatre.org or by calling 413-585-3220.

$10 General admission, $8 groups (per ticket)

Deerfield High Reunion

Saturday, July 25th 2015 - 12:00 pm at Polish American Citizen’s Club
46 South Main Street
S. Deerfield

The Deerfield High School Reunion Committee has a meeting at the Polish American Citizens Club, South main Street, South Deerfield on Saturday July25 with a noon-time, sit down, catered meal. This meeting concerns classes from 1927 thru 1956 at Deerfield High School. For more info: Betty Harris Hollingsworth, 413-665-4614 or anbetts2@yahoo.com

Upper Valley Music Festival

Saturday, July 25th 2015 - All Day at Downtown Turners Falls
Ave A
Turners Falls

The 5th annual Upper Valley Music Festival celebrates in downtown Turners Falls on July 25th from 12 noon until 12 midnight.  This year’s event features over 30 local, regional and international talent, a performance by the Celtic Heels Irish Step Dancers and a traditional Irish music session. The lineup includes- John Sheldon, Gaslight Tinkers, Holly May, The Snaz, Katelyn Richards, Pat and Tex LaMountain,  Samantha Ferrell, Mary Jane Jones, Women Songwriter Collective, Multiple All Ireland bones champion Steve Brown, Carrie Ferguson, Chris Scanlon and Blackstone Cuil.  Tickets on sale at www.uppervalleymusicfest.com.  Proceeds donated to the American Cancer Society to help fund cancer research.

Kidleidoscope @ GFDC

Tuesday, July 28th 2015 - 10:30 am - 11:30 am at Great Falls Discovery Center
2 Avenue A
Turners Falls

Come learn about our neighbors who share our home in the Connecticut River watershed. Each program includes a story, interactive games, and a craft to introduce you and your child to wildlife along the river. Recommended for ages 3-6 with a parent or guardian. Meet in the Great Hall.

Different animal/insect each Tuesday.

Visit www.greatfallsdiscoverycenter.org or join us on Facebook

Greenfield Military Band

Tuesday, July 28th 2015 - 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm at Energy Park
50 Miles Street
Greenfield

The Greenfield Military Band will perform Tuesday July 28 at the Energy Park, Miles Street, Greenfield from 7 to 8 PM, free tho donations will be accepted. The Greenfield Military Band celebrates 113 seasons this year and perform mixes of marches, familiar hits, pop tunes, oldies, overtures and more. Always bring your own chair/blanket.

Brain Injury Support Group

Wednesday, July 29th 2015 - 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm at Baystate Franklin Medical center
164 High Street
Greenfield

The Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts sponsors a Brain Injury Support Group on the last Wednesday of each month, 5 – 7 pm, in Baystate Franklin Medical Center’s Conference Room A.  Refreshments are provided. Discussions and guest speakers are varied; survivors of brain injury, as well as their spouses, family members, and care givers are invited. For more information, contact Scott Doane, Western Regional Office of the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts, (413) 443-0200 or (888) 554-5553 (toll free).  The next meeting takes place on Wednesday, July 29.

New Century Theatre: MR. BURNS, A POST-ELECTRIC PLAY

New Century Theatre: MR. BURNS, A POST-ELECTRIC PLAY

Thursday, July 30th 2015 - 7:30 pm at Mendenhall Center, Smith College
122 Green Street
Northampton

July 30, August 4, 5, 6 at 7:30 PM
July 31, August 1, 7, 8 at 8:00 PM
August 2 at 2:00 PM, Pizza and a Play! pizza served at 6:45 PM, show starts at 7:30 PM
Ben Brantley of the New York Times hails Anne Washburn’s new play,  “Downright brilliant! When was the last time you met a new play that was so smart it made your head spin?”  In a post-apocalyptic world a group of strangers pass the time attempting to retell the infamous CAPE FEARE episode from THE SIMPSONS. Flash forward seven years to a theatre company doing the same thing. Flash forward 75 years to a story told with Homer and Marge as a pop culture inspiration for a new kind of theatre – where one mythology evolves into another. Join us for a play unlike anything you have ever seen – “scary, sweet and funny.” (Time Magazine).
Adults: $30; Seniors (65 and up): $28; Pizza and a Play: $18; Student Rush Tickets: $15
Purchase tickets at newcenturytheatre.org or by calling 413-585-3220.

 

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