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LOCAL EVENTS - JUNE

5/29/2019 | Stephanie Trombley

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AGAWAM, MA

CHER: THE ULTIMATE EXPERIENCE
Club One Showroom, 60 North Westfield Street, Feeding Hills
June 2, 4p.m. – Elaborate costumes, Bob Mackie replicas, Cher-isms, and dead-on vocals will entice you into thinking it’s really Cher! A buffet and tribute show starring Lisa Carter and a live NY-based band will take you on a musical journey of Cher’s latest and greatest hits. For tickets, call 413-363-9018 or visit brownpapertickets.com

EASTHAMPTON, MA

BABY GOAT DAY
Easthampton Feed, 18 Mechanic Street
June 15, 10a.m.-2p.m. – Join Sage Meadow Farm at Easthampton Feed and play with baby goats! Sage Meadow Farm will be available to share their knowledge on goat care during the event.

FIREFLY WATCHING EVENING AT ARCADIA
Mass Audubon Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, 127 Combs Road
June 21, 7p.m.-9p.m. – Discover the amazing glowing insect that is the firefly at Arcadia this month with a night hike. Learn about the science behind the glow and the different types in our area. Member pricing is $5 and non-member pricing is $7. Register online at www.massaudubon.org or call 413-584-3009.

EAST LONGMEADOW, MA

MUSIC & STORIES - RENEE CORO & MICHELE
The Apple Place, 540 Somers Road/Route 83
June 15, 10:30a.m.-11:30a.m. – The Apple Place will welcome East Longmeadow Public Library’s Children’s Department for an event with musician Renee Coro, founder and owner of Harmonious Happenings. Join The Apple Place for music, stories and a good time!

FLORENCE, MA

BOUNCE HOUSE BONANZA
Look Memorial Park, 300 North Main Street
June 9, 11a.m.-5p.m. – Bounce over to Look Park for over fifteen bounce houses including a bounce house and bar for adults! Live DJs, food trucks and yard games will be featured at the event. Wristbands for unlimited bouncing are $15. Individual tickets are $1. Vehicle parking fee applies.
BAD GUYS WE LOVE TO HATE WITH JACQUELINE SHEEHAN
Writers in Progress, 221 Pine Street, Studio #359
June 15, 9a.m.-Noon. – Bestselling author Jacqueline Sheehan will lead a workshop  on sharpening conflict in your fiction writing and what makes for a good antagonist in the story! The cost for this workshop is $75 per person.

HAMPDEN, MA

TURTLES AT LAUGHING BROOK
Mass Audobon Laughing Brook, Main Street
June 22, 10a.m.-11:30a.m. – Explore the species of turtles residing at Laughing Brook  including snapping and painted turtles. Meet a turtle, learn facts about them and walk to the pond to quietly search the shore! Cost for members is $5 and $7 for non-members. Register online at www.massaudubon.org or by phone 413-584-3009.

LONGMEADOW, MA

STORY TIME AT THE SHOPS WITH STORRS LIBRARY
The Longmeadow Shops, 690 Bliss Road
June 11, 9:30a.m.-11a.m. – Join The Longmeadow Shops (on the patio in front of Great  Harvest Bread Co.) for story time with Storrs Library. This free event will begin with a morning of face painting from DazzleDay Face Painters. At 10:30, story time begins. Children will receive a “Take and Make” craft from the library to take home to complete.

WORLD WIDE KNIT IN PUBLIC DAY
Longmeadow Green, 763 Longmeadow Street
June 8, 11a.m.-2p.m. – Local knitters and crocheters come together on the green in Longmeadow (across from First Church) for World Wide Knit in Public Day! Bring chairs, supplies, lunch and sunscreen for a day of knitting on the Green. For any questions, please contact Carole at camazz42@comcast.net

NORTHAMPTON, MA

A NIGHT OF TOM PETTY WITH MUSWELL HILLBILLIES
Iron Horse Music Hall, 20 Center Street
June 15, 7p.m.-9p.m. – Free fall with a night of Tom Petty with the Muswell Hillbillies in Northampton! After last year’s sold out show, the band returns with hits from “Damn the Torpedoes” and “Wildflowers.” Dinner/Doors: 5:30p.m. - Showtime: 7p.m. Tickets are available at nbotickets.com

THE MILK CARTON KIDS
Academy of Music Theatre, 274 Main Street
June 23, 8p.m. – The Milk Carton Kids will perform with special guest Twain in Northampton on June 23. Help The Milk Carton Kids celebrate their release of  “All the Things That I Did and All the Things That I Didn’t Do” on June 29! Doors: 7:30p.m. - Showtime: 8p.m. Tickets are available online at ticketfly.com

WEST SPRINGFIELD, MA

HOLISTIC SOUL EXPO
Storrowton Carriage House, 1305 Memorial Avenue
June 23, 10a.m.-5p.m. – A showcase of metaphysical, holistic and alternative healthcomes to the Storrowton Carriage House on June 23. Enjoy spiritual practitioners, vendors and speakers at this event.

WILBRAHAM, MA

TONE.WOLF ACOUSTIC DUO
The Daily Pint, 2523 Boston Road
June 22, 8p.m.-11p.m. – Check out local acoustic duo Tone.Wolf at The Daily Pint! Performing Irish classics, country classics, pop, reggae and more, Tone.Wolf are sure to be a hit for all audiences.

ENFIELD, CT

PURIFY YOUR LIFE CLASS
Alchemistica Magick Emporium, 90 Pearl Street
June 27, 6:30p.m.-7:30p.m. – Learn the tools and techniques that can be used to remove negative and harmful energy from your home and work environments with Avani of Alchemistica Magick Emporium. Make your life more peaceful and stress-free! The cost for this class is $25. Pre-registration is required at
https://squareup.com/store/alchemistica_magick_emporium

EAST WINDSOR, CT

COOKING WITH HERBS
Flower Power Farms, Route 5, 126 South Main Street
June 8, 9a.m.-5p.m. – Join Flower Power Farms for Cooking with Hilda! Learn how to cook a variety of recipes including breads and salsa using herbs that are found at Flower Power Farms. This event is free.

SOUTH WINDSOR, CT

STORYTIME AT BOOK CLUB BOOKSTORE
Book Club Bookstore, 869 Sullivan Avenue
June 15, 10:30a.m.-Noon. – Children are sure to enjoy a reading with June Hyjek, author of  “Being Grace.”  “Being Grace” is about a giraffe named Grace who has  scoliosis and is bullied because she’s different. Learn what makes our differences so unique!

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