Learn Local. Play Local.: Fairy Tale to Folk Stories. Cider Pairing to Agricultural History.
Community-Based Education Highlights
for Western Massachusetts
Revolutionary War ♦ Agricultural History ♦ Native American Heritage ♦ Shaker Foodways ♦ British Culture ♦ Blacksmithing ♦ Qi Gong ♦ Contemporary Dance ♦ Music Studies ♦ Musical Instruments ♦ Music Performance ♦ Classical Music ♦ Lawn Concert ♦ Outdoor Film ♦ Theater Studies ♦ Immersive Theater ♦ Fairy Tale ♦ Folk Stories ♦ Literature in Translation ♦ Nutritional Anthropology ♦ Cider Pairing ♦ Tea Time ♦ Lobster ♦ Marine Biology ♦ Beavers ♦ Owls ♦ Native Species ♦ Astronomy ♦ Economics ♦ Urban Ecology ♦ Rowing ♦ Helicopter ♦ Bike Repair ♦ Magic ♦ Paranormal ♦ Renaissance Fair ♦ Native American Festival ♦ Skillsharing ♦ Folk Traditions ♦ Community Meal ♦ Intergenerational ♦ Creative Free-Play ♦ Placemaking ♦ Commercial Free
These are just a few of the community-based education (CBEdu) highlights we featured this week in our eNewsletter for the week, Aug 3-9, 2019. Click through, peruse our list, and make plans to get out into your community and learn while you play! ♥ Want to have our highlights and spotlights delivered to your inbox every Thursday? Click here to subscribe!
Learn Local. Play Local. is supported in part by a grant from the Agawam, Buckland, Deerfield, Gill, Hadley, New Salem, Plainfield, Shelburne Southampton, Tolland, and Westhampton Cultural Councils, local agencies that are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.