Learn Local. Play Local.: Block Party to Poetry Festival. Chili Peppers to Pollinators.
Community-Based Education Highlights
for Western Massachusetts
Hispanic Heritage Month ♦ Puerto Rican Parade ♦ Mardi Gras Parade ♦ Rural Heritage ♦ Harvest Festival ♦ Agricultural Fair ♦ Local Heritage ♦ Guided Tours ♦ Historical Museum ♦ Textile History ♦ Industrial History ♦ Fashion History ♦ Cooking for Teens ♦ Colonial Cooking ♦ Farm Festival ♦ Rosh Hashanah ♦ Apple Picking ♦ Corn Maze ♦ Chili Peppers ♦ Hawk Migration ♦ Monarch Butterflies ♦ Tagging Butterflies ♦ Bioblitz ♦ Silk Worms ♦ Pollinators ♦ Dinosaurs ♦ Citizen Science ♦ Biology ♦ Astronomy ♦ Textiles ♦ Community Gathering ♦ Block Party ♦ Community Meal ♦ Creative Free-Play ♦ Safety ♦ Language Arts ♦ Rural Public Art ♦ Experiential Art ♦ Pop Culture ♦ Poetry ♦ Date Night ♦ Parenting Workshop ♦ Film Studies ♦ Music Studies ♦ Family Podcast ♦ Cajun Music ♦ Grassroots Music ♦ Kirtan ♦ Canoeing
These are just a few of the community-based education (CBEdu) highlights we featured this week in our eNewsletter for the week, September 14-20, 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.