Free Family Theater & Art Making ! May 9

Two free family activities with an ecological focus are planned for Saturday, May 9th in Turners Falls. The Piti Theatre will present Innocenzo, a play that blends live music, comedy and magic to tell the tale of a clown who falls sick. After visiting many doctors and healers unable to explain his bewildering symptoms, he […]

Valley Lux Fest, May 8 & 9

WHEN? May 8-9, 2015 6:00P – Doors 8:00P – Sunset 1:00A – End WHERE? Millers Falls Rod & Gun Club 210 Turners Falls Rd. Montague, MA 01351 WHY? Art that uses high technology is often confined to small enclaves in urban areas.  While this can lead to awesome works on the sides of under-used industrial […]

YSPE- Julius Caesar, May 9 & 10

LEND US YOUR EARS! The Dedicated Actors of Young Shakespeare Players East  Perform Julius Caesar The Shea Theater in Turners Falls Performances are Open to the Public – Admission is Free Saturday & Sunday May 9 & 10 at noon AND 6pm The Young Shakespeare Players East ensemble will re-create one of the most important […]

Sierra Leone’s Refuge All Stars, 4/25

Saturday April 25, 7pm at Shea Theater, 71 Avenue A Fundraiser: Tickets $20 at Brown Paper Tickets Join us for an evening of music from West Africa to support humanitarian aid efforts in Sierra Leone. The celebration will feature Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars with Kabisko Kaba and the fabulous WOFA Drum and Dance Company […]

2nd Annual POSTER ART CONTEST

Attention Artists! Design a colorful, eye-catching poster to advertise the Great Falls Farmers Market for the 2015 season. Winner will receive a $50 prize, and will see their artwork displayed all over town, all summer! Your artwork will be reproduced at 8 ½ x 11 inches. Poster concept and design and any artwork must be […]

Talk: The Industrial Corridor, 3/20

Friday, March 20, 7pm – 9pm, Free! Greenfield Community College, Sloan Theater North from the Springfield Armory: The Industrial Corridor up the Connecticut River from Springfield to Windsor VT GCC Richard Colton, historian, ranger for the Springfield Armory NHS, and Jim Terapane, state-certified journeyman machinist and president of The Museum of Our Industrial Heritage. The […]

Caleb Wetherbee & Nina Rossi, 3/13

Great Falls Coffeehouse presents….Acoustic, finger-style guitarist/singer Caleb Wetherbee performs accompanied by his wife, Nina Rossi, on electric bass. Country-blues, ballads, contemporary/traditional folk, baroque. Friday, March 13. Doors open at 6:30pm. 7pm performance. Suggested donation, $6-12. The Swift River exhibit will be up in the Great Hall to view before the show, and the exhibits in […]