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09.10.14 - 12.31.14
Jewish Family Jam
Lander-Grinspoon Academy
Jewish music class for children 3 and under, their parents, and caregivers.
09.12.14 - 05.29.15
Amherst International Folkdancing
Bangs Community Center
Line, circle, and couple dances from the Balkans, Middle East, and Eastern Europe. No partner needed, some teaching, beginner friendly.
09.12.14 - 06.26.15
South Hadley Family Frolic Story Time
Gaylord Library
09.13.14 - 12.13.14
English Country Dance
Munson Library
The second Saturday of each month. No partner necessary. Beginners welcome. Bring soft-soled shoes.
09.19.14 - 06.26.15
Hadley Friday Morning Play Group
Whole Children
Group for toddlers and preschoolers
Unveiling Architecture: Leon Batista Alberti and Aristocratic Female Convents
Graham Auditorium, Hillyer Hall
Visiting professor Helen Hills offers the first of three The Matter of Baroque lectures in this year's Kennedy Lecture Series.
James McBride
Scibelli Hall
Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award-winning McBride is a musician, screenwriter, and the author of . See stcc.edu/diversity for details.
Twenty Years of the Double Elephant Press: Harnessing Influence and Ignorace
Neilson Library Browsing Room, Smith College
Local artist, printmaker, writer, and publisher Michael Kuch discusses his work and career. Reception to follow at Book Arts Gallery.
Barry Dietz: Specter Brides
Greenfield Public Library
Dietz prepares for Halloween with literary tales and a look at haunted places around Greenfield.
Dancing Transgender and Queer Histories
Wright Hall Auditorium
Lecture by Sean Dorsey Grant.
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