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Audubon Programs
Historic Northampton
Jonah Keane, director of the Massachusetts and Connecticut River Valley sanctuaries, discusses local and statewide Audubon programs.
Words Like Barbed Wire: The Poetry of World War One
Jones Library
Barry Deitz discusses the lives of several writers through the war, their experiences good and bad, and the effect of the war on those who survived.
People's Climate March Transportation
Unitarian Society
Bus seats to the People's Climate March in New York City. See gotoclimatemarch.org for details.
2nd Annual Cheap Art Show
Polish American Club
Creative Community Central (C3) hosts its second cheap art show, based on the Bread and Puppet Cheap Art Manifesto: "Art is food. You can't eat it but it feeds you. Art has to be cheap and available to everybody." No piece of art will cost more than $10. Chris Scanlon and The Orphelias provide musical entertainment.
Shakespeare Sunday
Odyssey Bookshop
UMass professor Arthur Kinney discusses .
Arda Collins and Matthew Rohrer
Jones Library
Poets Collins and Rohrer read from their work. Part of the jubilat/Jones Reading Series.
Islamic Arts
Springfield Museums
Ellen Peck-Killoh leads this Sunday's mini tour.
Drug Policy Archive Symposium
Marriott Center, UMass Campus Center
Dr. Melanie Dreher delivers keynote speech. Roundtable discussions explore issues of marijuana legalization movement and encourage scholarship.
APAW Service Dog Presentation
Forbes Library
Fashion and Frugality: English Patterned Silks and Connecticut River Valley Women's Fashion in the 18th Century
Wistariahurst Museum
Historic Deerfield's Ned Lazaro gives this week's Threads That Bind - Textiles in the Connecticut River Valley lecture. Part of the Historical Lecture Series.
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Oh My!
Turning on to the Valley’s hand-crafted kink
Automotive Perspectives
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Running Away To The Circus School
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Beyond “Because It’s There”
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Handmade... or Not?
Fine furniture makers find a place for digital fabrication tools.
Game On
The Quarters reinvents the arcade.