Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Day by joining The Great Falls Anti-Racism Solidarity March on Jan. 18, 2 p.m.

Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Day:  Join The Great Falls Anti-Racism Solidarity March and walk across the bridge in Turners Falls, next to the Turners Falls/Montague Town Hall on Monday, Jan. 18th at 2 p.m.  Bring yourself, your family, friends and musical instruments to make some JOYFUL NOISE as we march across the Connecticut River in Celebration of RACISM NO MORE! Be a part of the CHANGE in 2016.  Proclaim and practice:  No More...

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Free screening of Merchants of Doubt: How Scientists Obscured the Truth about Global Warming with discussion to follow.
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Free screening of Merchants of Doubt: How Scientists Obscured the Truth about Global Warming with discussion to follow.

Free screening of Merchants of Doubt: How Scientists Obscured the Truth about Global Warming with discussion to follow. For more information, email repwma@gmail.com Sponsored by  The League of Women Voters Northampton Area, NAACP Amherst Area Branch, Climate Action Now of Western Massachusetts, represent Us of Western Mass and the Forbes Library. Date: Saturday, January 16, 2016 Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm Location: Coolidge Museum...

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Martin Luther King Walk

The 3-day walk, Martin Luther King Walk January 16th, 17th, and 18th, will take participants from the proposed compressor site on Gulf Road in Northfield, MA to a proposed pipeyard site on Route 116 in Plainfield. This is the route (about 38-39 miles). Day 1: Meet at the Centennial House at 8:30 on Route 10 in Northfield where walkers will have breakfast and an opening circle before shuttling cars to Northfield Town Hall and shuttling...

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Northfield Pipeline Awareness Steering meeting — Wed, January 13 at 6 p.m.

Northfield Pipeline Awareness Steering meeting — Wed, January 13 at 6 p.m. at Dickinson Memorial Library. Monthly discussion of what is happening, what we can do, and updates from small groups working on particular tasks. Small groups include: –Outreach to towns “off the line” via letters to the editor –Work with Board of Health- newly forming sub-committee of the BOH will likely be appointed soon. Work on baseline air, water, noise,...

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Greening Greenfield and Traprock Center: “Renewables Are Ready” , Wednesday, February 24

This event will be unusual in that it is not a film but an exciting PowerPoint presentation by our own, Patricia Hynes of Traprock Center for Peace and Justice. With a Masters degree in Environmental Engineering, Ms. Hynes wants to share this event, entitled “Renewables Are Ready”, with the people of the area so that we all might understand that we truly do not need to drill for, dig for, or transport more oil, gas or coal. Pat will...

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Trout Unlimited dinner Thursday to benefit fish’s habitat in Heath

SHELBURNE FALLS — Deerfield River Watershed Trout Unlimited is hosting its annual holiday party, dinner and auction on Thursday, Dec. 17, with the proceeds to benefit protection of a wild trout stream on the Crowningshield farm in Heath. The event will be held at the Shelburne Falls Eagles Club, 52 State St. The evening begins at 5:30 with a reception and fly-tying demonstration, followed by a family-style dinner and election of...

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