Events for September 30, 2012
Holyoke Public Library Now Located in the City Hall Auditorium!
While the historic building on Maple Street is restored and renovated, all library services are available at City Hall. In 18 to 24 months the city will have a new, state-of-the-art learning resource center for all ages. The library's archives remains open at HCC.
Play Board Games in the Children's Room at the Library!
Story Time in the Children's Room at the Library!
Arts and Crafts in the Children's Room at the Library!
LEGOS in the Children's Room at the Library!
Mike Rice premieres his new work, bliain an plassy,
he writes: "Here lies residue left from metal skeletons, orange rust and corroded celluloid. The life of a massive titan of industry bleeds out, oozes and squeezes itself through the fault lines left from yesterday's ice age".
we will also be screening other works by Mike Rice, Jennifer Saparzadeh, and Meredith Lackey
||April 5th @ 7pm
||The Guilded Brick @ The Canal Gallery
||$3 Cover Charge
Open Square Farmers' Market
Please join us for a season of fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers and more! The Open Square Farmers Market takes place on Saturdays between 9 am and 1pm in our main parking lot.
Save the Date! Opening weekend is May 11. Fall Festival is October 13. Keep posted...more information to come!
If you are interested in becoming a vendor at our market, please email our market manager, Suzann Rataj at email@example.com
See you there!
||Saturdays-May 12-October 13, 2012
||Open Square-Main Parking Lot
4 Open Square Way, Holyoke, MA
Dinosaurs: Dig it!
Kids are invited to celebrate dinosaurs at Wistariahurst Museum with local paleontologist Patrick Getty who has previously studied the dinosaur tracks that Belle Skinner paved her driveway with decades ago. Listen as Getty tells the geological story of Holyoke, 200 million years ago, with plenty of fossils to illustrate the journey. Afterwards, take part in a chocolate chip dig and other dino-centric activities! Reservations suggested. Cost is $5 per youth
||Sunday, September 30 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm
238 Cabot Street
||$5 per youth
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