A full listing of cultural events plus links to more information!
Calling all kids!! Come to a free workshop where kids can learn more about creating TV with green screen and stop motion animation through MCTV and GCTV
The Montague Square Dance is a community event which features local and regional musicians playing mostly Southern-style Old-Time stringband music, and callers from around New England who call both traditional Southern and traditional New England square dances.
“Reading the Rocky Book of the Past—Dinosaur Footprints in the Connecticut River Valley” focuses on the 19th-century discovery of dinosaur footprints in the Connecticut River Valley and the local people, especially Dexter Marsh and Edward Hitchcock, who played starring roles in the story.
“Slice of Humanity” at Nina’s Nook in Turners Falls presents the work of five artists capturing the human figure using paints, brushes, markers, pens and mixed media collage: Robert Bent, Suzanne Conway, Lauren Paradise, Jeff Wrench, and gallery owner/artist Nina Rossi.
The Young Shakespeare Players-East present their Fall/Winter production of King Henry IV, Part 1. This play is one of the best kept secrets in Shakespeare…perfectly suited to our time, the story of a young prince’s coming of age, trying to figure out what is (inherited or taken) power worth as he journeys through three distinct worlds and finds empathy for his kingdom’s disparate populations.
The Great Falls Coffeehouse announces Spring Concerts. Kick-off concert January 12: Caleb Weatherbee