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10.24.14 - 10.25.14
Enchanted Forest
Hitchcock Center for the Environment
Non-scary Halloween event. Preregistration required.
Pumpkin Carving
Hitchcock Center for the Environment
Help carve pumpkins for the Enchanted Forest.
Director of Education and Outreach at Actors' Equity Association
Fine Arts Center Concert Hall
Tom Miller discusses the benefits of AEA membership. In the Green Room.
Equalizing and Switching Self and Other
Dewey Common Room
By Khen Rinpoche (Geshe Tsetan), abbot of Tashilhunpo Monastery.
Halloween Chills and Thrills
Springfield Museums
Day-long activities include puppet shows, science demonstrations, arts projects, planetarium shows, and more.
10.25.14 - 10.26.14
Northampton Shelter Sunday
Memorial Hall
Volunteers needed to go door-to-door or collect at designated collection sites to benefit local agencies serving Northampton's hungry and homeless. See northamptonsheltersunday.org.
OnTrend Craft Fair
Hadley Farms Meeting House
Indie craft fair featuring local crafters and makers.
The Hartsbrook School Open House
The Hartsbrook School
Tour campus, learn about the curriculum, meet early childhood, elementary, high school teachers. All ages.
10.25.14 - 10.26.14
3rd Annual Berkshire Orchid
Berkshire Community College
Celebrating orchids, succulents, bromeliads, bonsai, and other tropicals with 15 unique exhibits and a variety of vendors and workshops.
Nerd Nite One Year Anniversary Celebration
World War II Club
Featuring music by local Celtic/funk band The Gaslight Tinkers, and a lecture by French Literature Ph.D. candidate Rachel Tapley on "Smut and Sluts: How Reading Novels Leads to Ruin." Plus trivia and prizes. 21-plus. See www.noho.nerdnite.com.
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