06.05.14 - 10.09.14 South Hadley Farmers' Market South Hadley Village Commons
Locally grown and prepared foods, music, and children's crafts.
06.14.14 - 09.14.14 Life Through Time: Dinosaurs and Ice-Age Mammals Springfield Museums
Science Museum exhibit featuring robotic life-scale dinosaurs such as Apatosaurus and Pachycephalosaurus, and ice-age mammals including Woolly Mammoth and Saber-Toothed Tiger. Plus fossil stations with interactive dino dig boxes. Through Sept. 14.
07.24.14 - 10.30.14 Learn to Row or Scull Jones Ferry River Access Boathouse
With Stephanie Moore of Holyoke Rows. Support as needed. Times vary. Preregistration required: (413) 586-8612.
08.01.14 - 09.05.14 Adaptive Cycling Norwottuck Rail Trail
For individuals with disabilities, their families, and friends. Equipment and staff instruction provided. Call (413) 584-2052 to preregister.
08.19.14 - 12.30.14 Journey Dance The RPX
With Lorena. Open to men, women, and children old enough to participate. Every Tuesday.
08.20.14 - 10.15.14 Astrology Group Forbes Library
Find out what astrology is all about and how to use it.
09.03.14 - 06.24.15 Storytime Edwards Public Library
For pre-k kids, their siblings, and their grown-ups. Every Wednesday.
09.03.14 A Bitter Truth? WWI European Art Mead Art Museum, Amherst College
Aaron Cohen, chair of the department of history at California State University Sacramento, discusses World War I in Russian and European art.