Recap Map: Western MA Weekend Summary & Family Guide for June 9th & 10th, 2018
Here’s a recap of news and information posted on Hilltown Families this past week, along with a map for finding out what’s happening this weekend and next week throughout Western MA!
Peruse our list of Weekly Suggested Events for June 9th – 15th, 2018 for a comprehensive list of events happening throughout the four counties of Western MA, including Bulletin Board Announcements, Ongoing Story Hours & Playgroups, and the Hilltown Family Variety Show.
Also, check our weekly column, Learn Local. Play Local. for 10 Community-Based Educational Highlights: Pickleball to Rhubarb. Cake History to Garden Tours, and our monthly column, Berkshire Family Fun, for a list of premier educational, cultural highlights in Berkshire County for families.
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LIST OF WEEKLY SUGGESTED EVENTS
June 9th – 15th, 2018
- 10 Community-Based Educational Highlights: Pickleball to Rhubarb. Cake History to Garden Tours.
- Suggested Events for June 9th – 15th, 2018
- Spring Wildflowers: Learning through the Lens of the Season
- Off the Mat: Irons in the Fire
- HFVS History of Folk Music for Families with Guest DJ, Greg McIlvaine of The Hollow Trees (Podcast/Radio Show)
- Berkshire Family Fun: June 2018
- Spring Harvest: Learning through the Lens of the Season
- Hilltown Families on Mass Appeal: Memorial Day as a Catalyst for Learning
- Memorial Day: A Catalyst for Learning, Gratitude, and Kindness
- Learning Landscape for June: Dandelions!
- HFVS Family Dance Party with Guest DJ, Mr. Billy of The Jolly Pops (Podcast/Radio Show)
- 14 Community-Based Educational Highlights: Woolcraft to Pottery. Falcons to Food Trucks.
FIVE FROM THE ARCHIVES
- Urban And Rural River Walks and Trails Highlight Natural and Human History
- Literary Guide for David Wiesner’s June 29, 1999
- Great Big Story Shares Highlights of Human Experience
- Learning Landscapes: How Adventures Connect Us to Place & Stewardship
- HFVS You Are What You Eat Episode with Guest DJ, Eric Herman (Radio Show/Podcast)
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COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARDS
- History Bulletin Board
- Sustainability Bulletin Board
- Theater Bulletin Board
- Visual Art Bulletin Board
- Community Announcements Bulletin Board
- Community Suggested Events
- Community Suggested Camps
- Community Suggested Classes