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Mt. Holyoke Summit House, Talks & Walks

Summit House & Joseph Allen Skinner State Park Route 47 on 10 Skinner State Park Road, Hadley, MA

September 2021 Events at Skinner State Park  All programs are free and open to the public. Bring water, wear sunscreen/bug spray, dress in layers, and wear good footwear.  An adult must accompany children. Inclement weather […]

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Crumpin-Fox Golf, Open Tournaments

Crumpin-Fox Club 87 Parmenter Road, Bernardston, MA

Open Singles Eligibility: Open Format: 18-Hole Medal Play; Gross and Net Winners (90%hdcp) Starting Time: Participants must tee off before Noon; make your own tee time Sign Up: In Golf Shop Entry Fee: Members $25 […]

Belchertown, Golf Fundraiser to Benefit Survivors

The annual Zonta Golf Tournament will be held at Cold Spring Country Club in Belchertown on Sunday, September 12, with an 8:30am shotgun start.  Men and women players of all levels […]

Nomads Adventure Quest, Connecticut Classic Car Show

Nomads Adventure Quest 100 Bidwell Road, South Windsor, CT

South Windsor American Legion Post #133 and CT Military Corvette Club, Inc. presents The Annual Connecticut Classic Car Show. Sunday, 10am - 3pm (Rain Date: Sunday 9/19/2021) • Over 25 unique […]

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Springfield, Annual Mattoon Arts Festival

Mattoon Street Springfield Mattoon Street, Springfield, MA

Crafts, entertainment and food. The 48th Mattoon Street Arts Festival is the oldest arts and crafts show in Western Massachusetts. Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Mattoon […]

Longmeadow, PRIDE

First annual Longmeadow PRIDE Celebration. Sunday, Sept. 12, starting at 11am; rain date Sept. 19. While many other towns in the area have hosted Pride Parades before, Longmeadow has never […]

Greenfield, Soapbox Races

Greenfield's first-ever soapbox race will be held on Nash Mill Road at the Greenfield Recreation area and "swimming pool" on Sunday, September 12th. The first race will start at noon. […]

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Noble & Cooley Center, Opens

Noble & Cooley Center for Historic Preservation 42 Water Street, Granville, MA

The museum plans to re-open for tours (with Covid protocols in place) in September. Tours will be available on 9/12 and 9/26 from noon to 3:00 PM. Dennis Picard and the […]

Basketball Hall of Fame, “Rock n’ Hall” Enshrinement Concert

Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame 1000 Hall of Fame Avenue, Springfield, MA

Enshrinement Weekend and the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame is making that extra trifecta shot by teaming up with the Springfield Business Improvement District and Westfield Bank to produce a […]

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Lenox Music!

Enjoy some music outdoors under the tent at the Church Street dining terrace (corner of Housatonic & Church Streets). Dine or sip at one of the tables, or bring your […]

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Ludlow, Summer Concerts

Ludlow Cultural Council announces their 2021 OUTDOOR CONCERT SERIES All shows are Sunday, 5:00 pm at the Mac Donnelly Gazebo at Gazebo Park, 11 East St, Ludlow Sunday, Aug 29 […]

MassMutual Center, The 2nd Annual Sneaker Ball

MassMutual Center 1277 Main Street, Springfield, MA

A night of pure elegance and footwear fashion. Music by the Breakfast Club's DJ Envy | Hot 93.7's DJ Craig G | DJ Why Not Formal Wear & Sneakers Mandatory […]

Yiddish Book Center, Lecture

Yiddish Book Center 1021 West Street, Amherst, MA

GREAT JEWISH BOOKS LECTURE | Scenes of Encounter: American Jewish Writers from the Former Soviet Union with Sasha Senderovich How were scenes of encounters between Jews in the Soviet Union […]

South Worthington, Sevenars Music Festival “One More Time”

Sevenars Concerts South Ireland Street and Rte. 112, South Worthington, MA

Complete all-Beethoven concert (free) from Sevenars on Youtube Sevenars is delighted to present the complete concert video of Jiayan Sun, pianist, playing Beethoven's Op. 109, Op. 110, and Op. 111 […]

Zoar Outdoor, Learn to Kayak

Zoar Outdoor 7 Main St, Charlemont, MA

Looking to power your own adventure down Charlemont’s Deerfield River? Kayaking is an excellent way to explore the Deerfield River Valley. There are sit-in or sit-on-top whitewater kayaking options available […]

MassWildlife, Fall Fishing

MassWildlife will stock over 65,000 trout this fall! These fish, coupled with the 500,000 stocked this spring, will provide some great fall fishing. Beginning in mid-September, anglers can get daily […]

Zoar Outdoor, Family Float Trip

Zoar Outdoor 7 Main St, Charlemont, MA

Our half-day guided Float Trip is the perfect introduction to rafting for folks who want to dip a toe in the water before taking on our Zoar Gap trip or […]

Old Sturbridge Village, Harvest

Old Sturbridge Village 1 Old Sturbridge Village Road, Sturbridge, MA

Celebrate the harvest and the beautiful New England autumn. Fall is a special time at the Village. Our farmers are just beginning the hard work of bringing in the harvest […]

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Forest Park, Concerts in the Park

Join us for the Concerts in the Park series at the Forest Park Amphitheater! The Springfield Park Department will host the Concerts in the Park series for four consecutive Thursdays beginning […]