Drumming Up A Crowd

August 4, 2014 BY TOM RELIHAN, The Greenfield Recorder Pounding out a steady rhythm on the large, hide-covered drums in front of them, three men began to chant in unison, drawing out the spirit of their collective Native American heritage. A few feet away, a pair of woman danced to the beats with small steps, […]

Tribal Twist to Annual Block Party in Turners

Friday, July 25, 2014, BY CHRIS CURTIS, Greenfield Recorder TURNERS FALLS — Joining the eighth annual Turners Falls Block Party this year will be a reminder of a tradition of community gatherings dating back a little further.   READ the full article HERE.

Pocumtuck Homelands Festival, Turners Falls Block Party Set for August 2

July 24, 2014- BY CORI URBAN, The Republican Two upcoming events will be drumming up interest in the Turners Falls section of Montague. Turners Falls will host a celebration of its parks, people, history and culture on Saturday, Aug. 2. The event is a coordinated effort of The Nolumbeka Project, organizers of the Pocumtuck Homelands […]

Avenue A Storefront Galleries Covers Empty Storefronts in Turners Falls

May 27, 2014, BY CORI URBAN, The Republican There are three new art galleries in the Turners Falls section of this Franklin County town, but what they contain is visible only from the street. The “Avenue A Storefront Galleries,” located at 112, 110 and 106 Avenue A, are dressing up the wide main street, keeping […]

Storefront Galleries

Friday, May 16, 2014, Greenfield Recorder. Turners Falls artist Edite Cunha and RiverCulture Director Suzanne LoManto fill an empty Avenue A storefront widow with art. The storefront sidewalk galleries are the latest effort to enliven a stretch of storefronts vacant for years at the Third Street intersection. READ the full article HERE.

Trolls, A Bridge and Goats!

Wednesday, April 16, 2014- Greenfield Recorder Trolls, goats and downtown businesses have been enlisted for a fresh celebration of the Turners Falls-Gill Bridge reopening. The bridge reopened to two-way traffic in the fall, a help to those trying to get in and out of the village. The Department of Transportation had planned to complete the […]

TrollFest to Celebrate Renovation of Turners Falls-Gill Bridge

April 12, 2014, BY CORI URBAN, The Republican A variety of performances, demonstrations and art exhibitions focusing on the theme of trolls, mythology and folklore will celebrate the completed renovation of the Turners Falls-Gill Bridge. Troll Fest is a Third Thursday event produced by Turners Falls RiverCulture; it will take place Thursday, April 17, from […]