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09.04.14 - 04.30.15
Public Art Project: Jennifer Williams
University Museum of Contemporary Art
Williams created two large artworks on the prominent south facade of the Fine Arts Center. She talks about her work.
09.05.14 - 10.31.14
Haunted History Tours
Downtown Northampton
Meet at Kirkland Ave., in between Thornes Marketplace and the E. John Gare Parking Garage. Preregistration recommended. See valleyghosttours.com for more information.
09.07.14 - 09.28.14
The Forgiveness Project: A Series on the Theme of Forgiveness
Jones Library
A series of programs during the month of September on the theme of forgiveness, including a mini community read and a film and discussion series. Based on , by Desmond Tutu.
09.10.14 - 12.31.14
Jewish Family Jam
Lander-Grinspoon Academy
Jewish music class for children 3 and under, their parents, and caregivers.
09.11.14 - 09.25.14
Historic Property Walks
Norman Rockwell Museum
Learn about the buildings on the museum's 36-acre property.
09.12.14 - 09.28.14
The Big E
Eastern States Exposition Grounds
This year's Big E hosts the 50th anniversary exhibit of the 1964-65 New York World's Fair. Other attractions include a daily parade, Walk-Around Impresonators, Swifty Swine Racing Pigs, butter sculpture, a wine and cheese barn, horse shows, car shows, shopping, food, music, and much more. Through Sept. 28.
09.12.14 - 09.28.14
A Grizzly Experience
Eastern States Exposition Grounds
Entertaining and educational looks at grizzly bears. Part of The Big E.
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.
09.20.14 - 09.21.14
Amherst Poetry Festival
Downtown Amherst
Featuring readings and discussions, theatrical performances, and a booksellers' row at Sweetser Park, the Emily Dickinson Museum, and throughout downtown Amherst.
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