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Thank you to the Mohawk Athletic Association athletes, parent volunteers, and coaches who made this event possible!

Thank you to our sponsors:Greenfield Savings Bank, Greenfield Cooperative Bank, People's United Bank, Florence Bank, Foxbard Farm, Stepping Stone Accounts, Melanson Heath, Coldwell Banker Upton-Massamont Realtors, and Academy at Charlemont.

 

Thank you to the restaurants who provided food for the dinner: Pine Hill Orchards (and for the use of their kitchen and dishwasher), Carriage Catering, Hearty Eats, Cold River Cafe & Restaurant, Cliff's Smokin' Backyard BBQ, The Blue Rock Restaurant, Mo's Fudge Factor, and Shelburne Falls Coffee Roasters. Thank you Charlotte Dewey for organizing the menu and overseeing the food.

 

Thank you too all of the businesses and individuals who donated goods and/or their time! 

 

And of course, thank you to all the attendees! We hope you enjoyed the event!

 

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 Support our race sponsors- they support us!

Special thanks to Steve Lewis Subaru and Greenfield Savings Bank.

Thank you to all of our hardworking volunteers, including the Race Committee- you make the race possible!

In case you missed it, here are some photos from Race Day, thanks to Art Schwenger:

How well do you know the Shelburne Falls Area? Volunteer at the Village Information Center and share your wealth of knowledge!

The Village Information Center is the direct line to our guests. It makes our area a welcoming place and steers visitors to our local businesses. Spend a few hours volunteering and you will meet a variety of new people while contributing to your community. Even if you don't have all the answers to visitors' questions, there are resources to help you help them.

Contact Marion Taylor at 413-625-2544 or stop by 75 Bridge Street, Shelburne Falls to find out how/when you can help!

Saturday, September 9

The theme is Harvest! Visit these local businesses:

Salmon Falls Gallery (1 Ashfield St): 

The Figure Speaks: Clayworks by Andrews, Consentino & Olds Goldie

The Figure Speaks blends the works of three sculptors, all working in clay: Marilyn Andrews of Plainfield, MA, Cynthia Consentino of Buckland, MA and Claudia Olds Goldie of Newton, MA. Each artist has deeply explored the impact the human figure makes in their art, all with powerful statements. Salmon Falls Gallery hosts the exhibit September 1 - October 29, with a reception to meet the artists on September 9, 4-6 pm. Music by Lori Feinstein on sax.

Photo right: “Stairs to Street Level” by Marilyn Andrews, 25.5” x 14” x 8”, 2016, stoneware clay, slips, glaze

 

Shelburne Arts Cooperative (26 Bridge St): 

The Green Show

  An exhibition celebrating the color green features the work of area painters, photographers, printmakers, fiber, ceramics and glass artists.   Reception 2-5 pm

 

Molly Cantor Pottery (20 Bridge St): 

Harvest: A Show and Sale of Student Work.

Pottery made by long-time students at Molly Cantor Pottery on display and for sale. Sale and reception from 1-5. Refreshments, demonstrations and lots of pottery!

 

Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum (14 Depot St):  We've combined three of our most popular items - a train whistle, an engineer hat, and a bandana - into one neat package! Comes in blue or pink. Save 25% on Second Saturday - Only $14.97 (regular $19.95)

 

Thank you to our sponsors: Greenfield Savings Bank, Flanders Law Offices, Hearty Eats, Salmon Falls Gallery, Shelburne Arts Cooperative, Molly Cantor Pottery, Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum, Ann Brauer Quilt Studio, and Keystone Market

Save the Date: Sunday November 5, 2017, 1:00 to 4:00 PM 

At The Mill at Shelburne Falls (Lamson& Goodnow), 45 Conway Street, Shelburne Falls

The Shelburne and Buckland Historical Societies, in partnership with the Mill at Shelburne Falls, will honor those workers who made this area famous for their superior cutlery. We encourage you to bring any photos or memorabilia that you may have for display on the day of the event (details to follow). The building will be open for the setup of memorabilia before the official program begins.

The Program will include:

-A guided tour of the restored facility

-A panel of individuals with stories about working at Lamson & Goodnow
-Photographs and displays
-An official proclamation recognizing the day and the importance of the industrial heritage it represents from elected officials.

Refreshments will be served

All are invited!! For further information please contact:

Mike McCusker (413) 834 3477,

Elaine Parmett at (413) 834 7729,

or Marcia Tetrault at (413) 625 2879.

Stay tuned for further announcements!!!

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