Thursday Apr 17
Asparagus Valley Pottery Trail celebrates 10 years of open studios
NORTHAMPTON -Nine area pottery studios will be open for the Asparagus Valley Pottery Trail the weekend of April 26 and 27. The free event, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., allows the public to experience the normally private work spaces of professional potters, whose creative lives are based in the region, for the 10th year.
For Rodin, it was stone. But for Suzanne Conway of Colrain, the humble Sharpie is the tool of choice: A simple, felt marker yielding up a bright swoosh of color, in whatever thickness you could want.
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North American Rock Garden Society president to address local gardeners
Peter George, president of the North American Rock Garden Society, will present a program entitled "Evolution of My Garden, or, How My Garden Proves that There Is No Such Thing as Intelligent Design," on Saturday, from 10:30 a.m. to noon, at Hazen Memorial Library.
Mole Hollow building plans uncertain
Instead, the building owners have announced that the Goldthread Organic Herb Farm and Apothecary center will be built in Chesterfield on a 40-acre farm that will also be used for growing medicinal herbs and for the organization's Farm to Pharmacy School program.
Fire ravages Heath hilltop home
Just before 2 p.m, a call came in reporting that smoke and flames were seen coming from the roof.
Letter: Apples and oranges
Apples and oranges. This characterizes John Bos' comparison of the Greenfield Planning Board's written decision on the French King Highway project with Albert Norman's revisions of the Greenfield Conservation Commission's town wetlands protection ordinance.
North Adams: Duo to perform Celtic music concerts
Elizabeth and Ben Anderson, a Boston-based Celtic fiddle and cello duo, will perform at two area venues this weekend.