The Northampton Arts Council is an organization whose goal is to support and promote the arts in Northampton. Originally created as a Local Arts Lottery Council, it began its work by administering a grants program in which proceeds from a state lottery are distributed to local artists, arts groups, and public schools.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

RETROFAIRE 2017 Call to Vendors

The Northampton Arts Council invites vendors of vinyl records and other vintage wares to apply to our 4th Annual RETROFAIRE.

RETROFAIRE takes place on Saturday September 9, 2017 in downtown Northampton at the area between Thornes Market and the Parking Garage. This year the event will feature a variety of Dj's spinning vinyl.

The open-air market is produced by the Northampton Arts Council. Our goal is to showcase the most creative artisans, unique retro clothing vendors, and hard-to-find vintage instruments and vinyl albums. All proceeds benefit the Northampton Arts Council’s BJ Goodwin Grant. A grant designed to provide direct assistance to a Northampton-based artist, writer or arts organization in recognition of exceptional work and to support the further development of artistic talents.

We would love to have you and your records and wares present, the vendor fee is only $75 for a 10ft x 10ft space or $40 for a half table (you must have a vendor friend to share the space with). Vending spots are limited so please don’t wait, if you are interested and would like more information please feel free to contact Peter McQuillan, Assistant Producer, Northampton Arts Council, 413-563-0162,

Vendor Space Selection

The Northampton Arts Council, its agents, officers, or employees shall not be liable for property damage or personal injury to exhibitor, its agents or employees, which may occur on or about any part of the subject premises, regardless of how such injury or damage may have occurred. Exhibitor waives any claim against the event organizer and assumes all liability for loss or damage to exhibitor’s property entrusted to the premises. Exhibitor shall hold the event organizer harmless and shall indemnify the event organizer against all liability or expenses arising out of any claim or injury or damage to any person or property, together with all costs connected with the defense thereto, including attorney fees. This is a rain or shine event. No refunds.


Northampton Seniors Group Sing and Open Mic

Wed, June 7, 5:30pm
Brew Practitioners, 36 Main Street, Florence, MA.

Come join us for an hour-long sing-along.
Free and Open to the Public.

Alex Johnson on the guitar. Following the Group Sing, Alex hosts an open mic at 7:00pm. The regular 7:00 PM First-Wednesday-of-the-Month Group Sing at the Northampton Senior Center won't return until September.

Funded in part by the Northampton Arts Council and Senior Services.

Brew Practitioners,
36 Main Street, Florence, MA.

Open Portfolios at Zea Mays Printmaking

Open Portfolios at Zea Mays Printmaking
Sunday June 11, 4:00-8:00 PM
320 Riverside Drive, Florence, MA.

Explore portfolios featuring curated selections of original prints by Zea Mays Printmaking artist members. Talk with artists, browse and add to your collection. Win a Barry Mosher original engraving. Live Music and light refreshments. 

Free & Open to the Public.

Ellen Augarten and Jan Ruby Crystal exhibit at Hosmer + 'New Americans'

Hosmer Gallery at Forbes Library
20 West St, Northampton, MA (second floor gallery)
June 2 - June 30, 2017
Opening: Monday, June 12th, 5:00-7:00pm

Jan Ruby-Crystal & Ellen Augarten

"New Americans"
A photo-voice project by the Teen Advocacy Group at Northampton High School

Northampton Jazz Workshop features guest trumpeter Joe Magnarelli

Northampton Jazz Workshop features guest trumpeter Joe Magnarelli
Tuesday, June 6th, 7:30 to 8:30PM followed by an open jazz jam until 10:30 PM
City Sports Grille at Spare Time Northampton, 525 Pleasant St, Northampton.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The Ashfield Town Spectacle and Culture Fair

The Ashfield Town Spectacle and Culture Fair
June 3 & 4 1pm-9pm Rain or shine
Main Street, Ashfield, MA
Presented by Double Edge Theatre
FREE and open to the public

Performed by Double Edge Theatre and Ashfield community members along with over a hundred individual and group music, dance, and art performances and exhibits including: Spirit of the Hills Community Choir, Tim Eriksen and the Trio de Pumpkintown, a film by Galen Knowles, Ashfield Tae Kwon Do, Ashfield Community Band, artwork by Robert Markey and Sue McFarland, and more!

"The roots of the Ashfield Town Spectacle lay at the intersection of art, culture, and democracy. The life of the town - the past, the present, and the future. A celebration of the boldness, the culture, and the participation that makes a town's life a living culture." - Stacy Klein, Double Edge Artistic Director

For more information: 413.628.0277

Apply Now! Collaborative Workspace Program by MassDevelopment

APPLY NOW! Collaborative Workspace Program

MassDevelopment and the Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development are pleased to announce a new partnership with the Barr Foundation, and a second round of Collaborative Workspace Program funding to support the creative and innovation economy!

New and established collaborative workspaces for artists, entrepreneurs and innovators can now apply for grants through MassDevelopment's Collaborative Workspace Program. Created by the Commonwealth through the Legislature's support for Governor Baker’s “Opportunities for All” bill, and enhanced by a three-year commitment from the Barr Foundation targeting artists’ coworking spaces, the program will make available matching seed or fit-out grants to organizations that own or operate collaborative workspaces.

ARC Summer Series at A.P.E Gallery

ARC Summer Series at A.P.E Gallery
June 26 to August 5, 2017

ARC, activate, research, create, follows the success of A.P.E.'s 2016 summer series 6 x 6, and launches A.P.E.'s second curated summer program. ARC continues the investigation of a contemporary art gallery as an active space within the community. From June 26 to August 5, 2017, A.P.E. will host four projects that consist of collaborative performance, a textual interactive installation, video installation/live performance, and immersive sound installation. During each 1-2 week residency, artists will create and shape work in the gallery space, which will be open to the public through a variety of workshops, performances, and interactive installations. Each project maintains a central inquiry into the relationship between the public, the work, and the space in which it is made.

John Greens’ Nature Photography at Arcadia Nature Center

John Greens’ Nature Photography
June 5th to June 31st, 2017
Opening Reception: Wednesday, June 7th from 5pm to 7pm

Gallery Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:00 am-3:00 pm, Sunday seasonally
Gallery Information: The gallery is located in the Nature Center.
127 Combs Rd, Easthampton, MA 01027

Patience, diligence, and intimate knowledge of my subject matter are the keys to capturing nature on film, which is the only medium I employ. Often I photograph a subject over several years before I am satisfied.

Natural light is my tool—I do not artificially light the subject –and I never add anything to a scene to improve it. As a naturalist, I use photography as an interpretive tool – a means of increasing environmental awareness among our citizenry. I take care to photograph my subjects as I see them, skillfully using light at appropriate times to achieve my goals.

The ArtSalon Goes to Amherst

The ArtSalon Goes to Amherst

Thursday, May 25, 2017
6:30pm, presentations begin at 7pm
$5-$10 sliding scale admission fee
At the University Museum of Contemporary Art at UMass Amherst

This month’s ArtSalon will be at The University Museum of Contemporary Art at UMass Amherst. The evening begins at 6:30pm with mingling and light refreshments, and presentations start at 7pm.

A brief Q&A period with the artists follows the presentations.

This program is supported in part by The Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts and Fierst, Kane and Bloomberg.

A Good Night’s Sleep: Monthly Experimental Film and Video Series


A Good Night’s Sleep: Monthly Experimental Film and Video Series
May 27th, 8pm at Studio 4, 25 main St 4th floor Northampton.

A Good Night’s Sleep is a monthly screening series featuring film and video by artists connected to Western Massachusetts. Our series connects a wide variety of non commercial forms and perspectives through collaboratively and deliberately curated programs. While most works fall into the broad categories of “experimental” and “documentary,” our priority is in building thought provoking and subversive programs regardless of genre.

The reliability of our monthly events has helped establish a community invested in learning through one another’s films and supporting the creation of new work. Frequent communication between makers and curators has brought about natural collaboration and risk taking; artists will finish a film to show at GNS based on ideas we talk about forming in a program, and our curatorial ideas can be influenced by a film that is still in the process of being made. We often screen works in progress, fostering a space for productive viewing. These types of generative practices are central to the mission of our collective; we see our series as a platform for experiments in collaborative film making and curation. You can learn more about our series and it’s programmers on our website:

Lisa Leizman Dance Company Culminates Unintended Tour with “Almost There”

Lisa Leizman Dance Company Culminates Unintended Tour with “Almost There”

The Center for the Arts presents the Lisa Leizman Dance Company in concert
Saturday, June 10 at Hallie Flanagan Studio Theatre, Smith College.
7:30 pm performance is followed by a festive dinner reception prepared by members of the troupe. Tickets are $15 for adults and $7 for children under 10, available at or at the door.

The program, entitled "Almost There," is the culmination of a completely unintended tour that began in June of 2013 when the lease expired on the 30-year home of the Northampton Center for the Arts. The Lisa Leizman Dance Company embarked on an unplanned but wildly exuberant trek through the greater Pioneer Valley in search of spaces to hold classes, rehearsals and performances. The dance group, a long-time resident company at the Center, discovered a variety of spaces, performing at the Shea Theater in Turners Falls, the VFW in Florence and outdoors in downtown Northampton and at the Black Birch Vineyard in Southampton.

The company also took their popular children's program "What is Dance?" on the road, visiting the Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary Preschool, the People's Institute, the Hill Institute and the Bridge Street School. And, during a period of time of interim use, they held classes and rehearsals and even gave two concerts in the new Northampton Community Arts Trust Building at 33 Hawley Street.

Mark Guglielmo "Cuba in Transition: Narrative & Perspective"

Mark Guglielmo "Cuba in Transition: Narrative & Perspective"
A.P.E. Gallery 126 Main St, Northampton, MA
Opening reception: Friday, June 9th (Arts Night Out) 5-9PM
On Display: June 1-25th

Narratives & Perspectives from the Cuban Diaspora, A Bilingual Conversation: Sat. June 17th 2pm
Artist & Curator Talk: Thursday June 22nd 6pm

Cuba in Transition: Narrative & Perspective is a new exhibition of large-scale photo-collages and interviews by Northampton-based artist Mark Guglielmo running from June 1—25, 2017 at A.P.E. Gallery, 126 Main St, Northampton, MA with an opening reception on Friday, June 9 from 5-9PM (Arts Night Out). Each collage measures 5 to 15 feet long and is handmade by taping together hundreds, sometimes thousands, of individual 4x6” photographs. Neither a computer nor Photoshop are used. Culled from dozens of audio interviews Guglielmo recorded and conducted in Spanish, diverse Cuban voices and perspectives are presented on portable mp3 players. Curated by Waleska Santiago-Centeno, it is the New York-born artist’s second exhibition with the gallery. It will travel to Cienfuegos and Trinidad, Cuba in January 2018.

Guglielmo visited Santiago de Cuba and Baracoa in July 2015 and Havana and Viñales in February 2016 before President Obama’s landmark trip to Cuba in March 2016, the first by a sitting US President in 88 years. In February 2017, Guglielmo returned to the island, this time to Cienfuegos and Trinidad de Cuba, just two months after the death of Fidel Castro. An homage to Cuba at this historic moment, this project chronicles a most dynamic people and rich culture full of heart and soul, melded in the crucible of isolation: geographically, economically and politically.

For more information please contact Mark Guglielmo,
A.P.E Gallery - 
(413) 586-5553

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

David Kassan’s Drawing the Portrait from Life at Off the Map Tattoo

David Kassan’s Drawing the Portrait from Life
1 and 2 day Workshops
June 11th and  June 12th, 8:30am-4:00pm
Hosted by Off The Map Tattoo - 84 Cottage St, Easthampton, MA

David Kassan is a contemporary American painter best known for his life size representational paintings, which combine his subjects with abstract backgrounds. This instructional class is set up in two parts:

David will begin by leading a drawing demonstration with a live model while explaining his process from start to finish. Workshop attendees then draw a live portrait with David’s input and personalized guidance. Artists have a unique opportunity to learn directly from this master realist who has taught students all over the world. Class is available for beginners and advanced artists.

For prices and times visit:

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

EHStone Art: Draw Your Self-Portrait Class

WHEN: Tues. evenings May 23-June 6th 6:30-8:30 p.m.
WHERE: 52 Beacon Street Florence
COST: $150 includes materials

Looking in the mirror will you draw what you see or what you want to see? We will spend three sessions drawing the self-portrait from life. Proportion, values, line quality & gesture help you get a likeness. Charcoal and a limited palette of black, red, and white free you up to focus on drawing and expression. Contemporary portraiture will be our inspiration. This class is appropriate for beginners as well as the more experienced artist. Visit my website:

"I paint self-portraits because I am the person I know best." Frida Kahlo

52 Beacon St, Northampton, MA, United StatesNorthampton, MA 01062

Scout Cuomo Summer Arts Classes


Join me in my studio to make your own layered painting on glass. I will instruct you in painting on glass and teaching you how to work with resin. Classes will be held over two 3hr sessions. Each class is limited to 5 participants each so you get attention and space to work. We will meet and discuss mapping your painting, start painting all the while talking about the creative process while having some fun! You don't have to have a ton of experience making art to come learn. Come with your inspirations and a willingness to be open to your inner creative.

You will walk away with a painting of your very own 8"x8" glass painting in a steel frame made by Katie Richardson of Blue Barn Studio and some new approaches to painting and the creative process. Click the button below to see class dates and times.
Register for classes

CLICK Music presents a night of harmonies with singer-songwriter Jennifer Kimball

A night of harmonies with singer-songwriter Jennifer Kimball
Thursday May 25th, 2017. 7:00pm
CLICK Workspace, 9 ½ Market Street, Northampton.

On Thursday, May 25th, the CLICK event space will ring with harmonies as acclaimed singer-songwriter Jennifer Kimball performs songs from her new album, Avocet, at 7:00 p.m.

Since her departure from the seminal, 90s folk-pop duo, The Story, which she formed with her college friend Jonatha Brooke, Kimball has forged an unconventional career path. With the March 3rd release of Avocet, she has proved once again that the wait was well worth it. A formidable songwriter and consummate performer, Kimball returns with a stellar collection of songs and a quiver full of accolades.

SCDT Presents Vanessa Anspaugh’s “The End of Men, and Ode to Ocean”

The School for Contemporary Dance and Thought presents
Vanessa Anspaugh’s “The End of Men, An Ode to Ocean”

Sunday May 21 @ 4:30 PM
STUDIO4, 25 Main St Northampton MA
$12 online, $15 at door

What does a feminist work look like without women?- New York Times

A rare sneak peak! Featuring an all-male cast, Anspaugh considers the question: “What does feminist work look like without women?” The End of Men delves into religion and ritual to investigate masculine vulnerability and the dynamics of domination and surrender. In preparation for a premier at Joyce Soho unleashed in NYC in June, local choreographer Vanessa Anspaugh brings her cast of 7 dynamic male performers to SCDT, to share this new, groundbreaking work.

Northampton Jazz Workshop features guest alto saxophonist Erena Terakubo

Northampton Jazz Workshop features guest alto saxophonist Erena Terakubo
Tuesday, May 16th, 7:30 to 8:30 PM followed by an open jazz jam until 10:30 PM
The City Sports Grille at Spare Time Northampton, 525 Pleasant St., Northampton.

This week we are happy to announce the return of the very talented alto saxophonist from NYC, Erena Terakubo. Erena is the real deal when it comes to hard bop jazz playing and hanging with the masters and shining brightly. Can't wait cause it's always fun.

J. Rich and Cathy Cross Spring Fashion Show

Spring Fashion Show
Friday May 12, 2017
Arts Night Out 5-8pm
151 & 153 Main Street, Northampton, MA.

Cathy Cross and J. Rich celebrate the art of fashion and take it to the streets with a Spring fashion show on the sidewalk in front of our stores. The show will be dedicated to the memory of our dear friend and fashion icon Gordon Robinson. Showtime is 7pm. Music by Samuel Whiting and Lucas Alexander from Heart of House.

QUARTET redux at Studio4

Choreography by Katie Martin
Saturday, May 20, 2017 @ 8 PM
STUDIO4 - 25 Main Street, 4th floor; Northampton, MA

As part of the School for Contemporary Dance and Thought’s three-week MAYDANCE Festival, dance artist Katie Martin presents QUARTET redux, a new choreographic work that elucidates a tension between physical presence as both wild and refined, as both human subject and aesthetic entity, and features former Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company members and Bessie Award-winning performers Paul Matteson and Jennifer Nugent and SCDT’s current Artist-in Residence Kate Seethaler. This work is supported in part by a grant from the Northampton Arts Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

The performance takes place on Saturday May 20, 2017 at 8pm, in downtown Northampton at STUDIO4, home of the School for Contemporary Dance and Thought, which is located on the 4th floor of 25 Main Street (across from Strong Avenue). The evening also includes work by dance artists Aretha Aoki and Jennifer Polins. Tickets are $10 online/$12 at door. Reservations can be made by contacting SCDT:

413 570 4491 or

Health and Safety in the Art Studio Course at UMass Amherst

From July 31 through August 4, the Department of Art at UMass Amherst hosts a special, intensive summer course taught by industrial hygienist Monona Rossol through the Office of Continuing and Professional Education.

Identified by investigative journalist Juan Gonzales as one of the heroes of the environmental aftermath of the September 11 attack on the World Trade Center, Rossol will visit the UMass Amherst Campus to teach Health and Safety in the Art Studio (LLART 101). This course provides a rare opportunity to interact with a pioneer in her field and a comprehensive guide to safety and environmental laws for visual artists, designers, art educators, theater technicians, builders, and safety professionals. Register Now »

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

ArtsEZ 2017 Spring Grant Round

The Northampton Arts Council is pleased to announce the opening of our ArtsEZ 2017 SPRING GRANT ROUND on April 15, 2017 with a deadline of May 17, 2017. Individuals as well as schools and arts organizations are encouraged to seek funding for creative projects to be held in Northampton, Florence, and Leeds. The grants are funded by the proceeds from the Arts Council’s signature events: Four Sundays in February and Transperformance.

The Arts Council will award up to $18,000 in grants to local artists and arts groups.
Grants will be awarded in the following categories: Dance, Film/Video, Literature, Mixed Media, Music, Schools, Theatre, and Visual Arts. Individual artists and arts organizations will receive equal consideration for grants. Last spring, the Council awarded $15,000 to 23 recipients with grants ranging from $250-$1,500. Please not that this a reimbursement grant, the project must be completed with a public component before funds are released.

It is a short application with a couple questions, a place to upload supporting materials and a required project budget. Only one grant application per person or organization will be considered. Please carefully review the ArtsEZ Spring 2017 guidelines for criteria and eligibility requirements. The Deadline is MAY 17 at 11:59PM to receive applications or corrections. No applications or corrections will be considered if they are late or submitted by paper.

Grant Guidelines are available on our website: GUIDELINES

Projects must start no earlier than July 1, 2017, and must be completed by June 30, 2018.

This local round of funding would not have been possible without the support of numerous local businesses, arts organizations, and artists that have helped make our fundraising efforts such a huge success.

Visit our website at

Contact Director Brian Foote with questions: or 413-587-1069

Monday, May 8, 2017

CALL TO ARTISTS: Paint This Box!

Paint This Box! is a downtown project aimed at inviting artists to create unique and imaginative paintings on the utility boxes in downtown Northampton to continue the momentum of turning Northampton into a public art community. Paint This Box! is a public art project funded by local businesses, organizations, and residents. The winning artists will be paid a stipend of $350 each.

“Paint This Box! is a great opportunity to bring more public art into downtown Northampton and for artists and the greater Northampton community to connect,” said Northampton Arts Council Director, Brian Foote. “We want Paint This Box! to showcase the many talented artists in our community and celebrate our city.”

Foote along with Jonathan Goldman, the lead on BenchWalk Project,  are organizing Paint This Box!. Paint This Box! was awarded a Local Cultural Council Grant awarded by the Northampton Arts Council as well as donations from other local organizations. 

Artists can submit proposals for Paint This Box! until the May 21 DEADLINE. The final four selected artists will be determined by Director Brian Foote, Northampton Arts Council Board Member Joseph Pesce, and A. P. E. Associate Director Lisa Thompson.

The four utility boxes that will be painted as part of Paint This Box! are located at the intersections of Bridge Street/Hawley Street/Market Street (59x44x27.25 inches), Main Street/Pleasant Street/King Street (55x38x27.25 inches), Main Street/State Street/New South Street (50x30x18.25 inches), and Main Street/Elm Street/West Street (50x30x18.25 inches). Artists will be using an oil-based, weather resistant, outdoor paint for the utility boxes.

Paint This Box! was inspired by local artist Peter Zierlein. In addition, following the success of BenchWalk in 2015 and the recent renovations of Pulaski Park, Goldman and Foote were interested in continuing to grow Northampton as a public art community. “Not only are we thrilled to bring terrific public art to Northampton, but this is also an opportunity to continue building onto the recent initiatives to enhance the downtown experience,” said Goldman. “In addition, this will help move our city towards future art projects, which will continue to beautify our community.”

For artists interested in submitting a proposal and people interested in donating, please visit or email

Designed, prepped, and painted by Peter Zierlein

Paint This Box! is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and City of Northampton.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

On View at City Hall: Curia

On View at City Hall: Curia
Arts Night Out Opening Reception: May 12, 2017, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Show runs May 12 – June 7, 2017

Charlotte Kohlmann
35mm film photographs printed on inkjet paper

This past summer, I re-traced my paternal grandmother's diary which chronicles her escape from Europe during World War II. I was able to visit the small town of Curia, Portugal which my grandmother described as a dull place "with nothing to do but take walks". Curia did not seem any different from her very description when I visited over seventy-five years later. I did not see or interact with any passersby; I could only take long, solitary walks. The Grand Hotel, pictured here, is the very hotel the Portuguese government temporarily housed refugees in and is where my grandmother and her family stayed. The hotel is now abandoned, with all of its furniture still intact. The heat from the various airport x-rays partially melted the film's cellulose and affected its development. In a way, the town reflects just how the film captured it.

X (Unknown Quantity) Presents: Clouded Vision: The Films of Yo Ota

X (Unknown Quantity) Presents:
Clouded Vision: The Films of Yo Ota

Saturday, May 6th, 8:00pm
A.P.E. Gallery, 126 Main StreetNorthampton, MA
Free Admission

Clouded Vision is a program of short films by the Japanese filmmaker, Yo Ota. A former student of Peter Kubelka, Ota has been working in experimental film since the late 1970s. His films center on the exploration of time and space, employing diverse technical effects to trouble the moving image’s presumed realism and create alternative spatio-temporal forms. Existing at the intersections of experimental documentary, the landscape film, and structural film, his work combines contemplative depictions of natural and manmade environments with complex—yet playful—examinations of filmic representation. Clouded Vision gathers together films that span four decades of Ota’s artistic career. The program foregrounds works in which Ota utilizes experimental techniques (varying frame rates, matte work, etc.) to reorganize the viewer’s perception of the world. It also features a number of films that respond creatively to the work of contemporary Japanese artists in other disciplines, such as sculpture, painting, and installation. Recurring at intervals throughout the program, Ota’s characteristic time-lapse footage of cloud formations situates his subjects within an expansive durational field uniquely visible to cinema.

Curated by Josh Guilford and Tomonari Nishikawa.

2 BEHOLD Paintings by Kate Childs & Laura Radwell at A.P.E

Feeling figured into landscape
Paintings by Kate Childs & Laura Radwell

May 4 - 28
Artist Reception: May 12: 5-8 pm, Arts Night Out
A.P.E Gallery, 126 Main Street Northampton, MA

The exhibition features abstract landscape works by Kate Childs and Laura Radwell, two artists with two different visions, conjured from within in contemplation of the world without. Childs’ work communicates peace and calm, a sense of quietude. Radwell’s work contains movement, hints of changing conditions, and surprising elements. Her surroundings are more ambiguous and weathered than Childs’ more romantic, dreamlike locales. Both paint with oil on canvas.

NHS Student Art Show at Hosmer Gallery

Zoe Narkewicz 

The Hosmer Gallery at Forbes Library presents the 2017 Northampton High School Student Art Exhibition. Public Reception on Arts Night Out, Friday May 12th from 4:00-7:00 PM.
20 West St Northampton, Massachusetts

Student artwork from the Foundations of Art, Drawing & Painting 1 & 2, Ceramics 1, Sculpture and Honors Art 1-4 classes at Northampton High School will be exhibited.

The selection of artwork is curated by teachers Lisa Leary and Sheryl Jaffe, who collectively teach approximately 200 students each year.

Forbes Library Community Forum

Forbes Library Community Forum
Wednesday, May 3 at 7:00 PM
Forbes Library, 20 West St. Northampton, MA

Forbes Library is developing a new strategic plan to identify priorities for services and programs for the next five years. Knowing your needs and interests will guide decisions on specific library goals and activities. We are soliciting feedback through our community survey and this open community forum.

The forum will be facilitated by Kristi Chadwick who is a consultant with the Massachusetts Library System. She will lead the group through a brainstorming activity and the information and suggestions gathered will help inform the library's five year plan. Please consider participating in this important discussion.

Northampton Jazz Workshop features Baritone Saxophonist Gary Smulyan

Northampton Jazz Workshop features Baritone Saxophonist Gary Smulyan
7:30 to 8:30 PM followed by an open jazz jam until 10:30 PM
The City Sports Grille at Spare Time Northampton, 525 Pleasant St, Northampton.

Please consider staying for some of the jam session that follows and perhaps participating; all levels of jazz players and singers are welcomed. No cover or minimum. Full bar and great food.

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