Weekly Suggested Events for January 8-14, 2022

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Second week of January in Western MA offers events and learning opportunities that celebrate the winter and local culture!

Are you looking for things to do in western Massachusetts? Seeking place-based learning ideas? Are you a self-directed, life-long, and/or experiential learner? Are you curious or wanting to support the interests of your family? Our weekly Suggested Events list includes suggested learning ideas, resources, and fun events for all ages, each week!

Scroll down to discover featured events, learning opportunities, and educational videos to support learning from home. And be sure to subscribe to our free weekly eNewsletter so you never miss out!

Whole Children in Hadley, MA, is pleased to offer a Virtual & In-Person Winter Program for school-age kids and teens. Their 6-week program will be offered Monday through Saturday, January 10 – February 19, 2022 and will include a full roster of virtual classes and a selection of in-person classes, including photography, theater, Joyful Chorus, Friendship Band, and more! Price: $125 for six weeks of unlimited classes! For more information, visit wholechildren.org/class-schedule or call 413-585-8010.

Springfield, MA ♦ For homeschoolers and schoolers with five museums to mine for information and activities, the Springfield Museums does what few others can—combine art, history, science, and Dr. Seuss into fun-filled, engaging experiences that reinforce critical thinking and observation skills through inquiry-based learning. The Springfield Museums offer a broad range of educational programs for all ages and interest levels, and they are happy to custom-build an experience for your small group. For more information: fieldtrips@springfieldmuseums.org; 413-263-6800 x322; springfieldmuseums.org/groups/school.

Amherst Montessori School
Amherst, MA

Amherst Montessori School
Ages 3mo-12yrs

Amherst Montessori School believes your child is inherently intelligent and that hands-on learning is critical to their developing brains. In mixed-age classrooms, your child is empowered to explore, discover, and learn through all five senses. In a beautiful new building designed uniquely for children, classrooms are filled with sunlight, natural materials, and views outside to playgrounds. Trained Montessori teachers nurture each child’s innate curiosity and independence. For more information: 413-253-3101; kedreich@amherstmontessori.org; amherstmontessori.org.

The Academy at Charlemont
Charlemont, MA

Virtual Info Session: Wed., Jan. 19 @ 7pm

The Academy at Charlemont is a community-oriented independent day school for grades 6-12. For 40 years, Academy students have become engaged learners and articulate leaders through small classes, rigorous coursework, diverse electives in the arts and beyond, inclusive athletics, personalized advising, and student leadership. Learn more about The Academy at a Virtual Info Session on Wednesday, January 19, 2022 (7-8pm), and visit The Academy’s campus along the Deerfield River for a personalized visit day. Generous financial aid and daily round-trip bus service from Amherst, Northampton, and the Hilltowns are available. Ready to learn more about The Academy family for your family? Find details & Info Session registration at www.charlemont.org.

The Bement School
Deerfield, MA

Virtual open houses are offered from January 11-13, 2022.

The Bement School, founded in 1925 and located in Deerfield, MA, is a co-educational day and boarding school serving 200 students from kindergarten through grade 9. While Bement is scheduling individual campus tours in person, a series of virtual open houses are offered from January 11-13, 2022. A member of the admission office and faculty will share what makes Bement an incredible education. Registration is required. Zoom invitations will be sent upon registration. Applications for fall 2022 are being accepted now. Contact the admission office at admit@bement.org with questions or to register for one of the open houses.

Four Rivers Charter Public School
Greenfield, MA

Virtual Open Houses on Jan 15, 26, & Feb 12

Four Rivers Charter Public School in Greenfield, MA, is accepting applications for Fall 2021. Prospective families can attend a Virtual Open House on Sat., January 15 at 10am, Wed., January 26 at 7pm, or Sat., February 12 at 10am. Four Rivers is a small Expeditionary Learning school for grades 7-12, dedicated to educating young people for lives of learning and service. Four Rivers offers a rigorous college preparatory program aligned with the MA curriculum frameworks and emphasizes character development for moral and social responsibility. Students connect learning to the real world, work hard, and develop the independence and thinking skills needed in college and beyond. For more info & Zoom link, visit FourRiversCharter.org.

Berkshire Music School
Pittsfield, MA

Now Enrolling for Winter Session

Berkshire Music School (BMS) in Pittsfield, MA, is now enrolling for private lessons, in-person and online, for all levels and ages starting on January 3, 2022. Lessons may be arranged for 30, 45, 60, or 90 minutes each week to meet the individual student’s needs and may begin at any point throughout the year. BMS’s fun Community Group Classes are offered on a pay-what-you-can basis, with a new winter session beginning at the end of January 2022. Visit the BMS website at
www.berkshiremusicschool.org for class offerings and check out their new online registration feature! Share the joy of music and check out why the Berkshire Music School was named the Berkshire Eagle 2021 Best of the Berkshires “Best After-School Program.”

Pioneer Valley Performing Arts
Charter Public School

South Hadley, MA

Accepting applications for 2022/2023
Deadline: Feb 1, 2022

Do you know a student who would thrive in a creative, collaborative, arts-focused learning environment? The Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School (PVPA) in South Hadley, MA, is accepting applications for the 2022/2023 school year for students entering grades 7-11. Enrollment to PVPA is open to all MA residents on a space-available basis. Application Deadline: Feb 1, 2022. Enrollment Lottery: Feb 14, 2022. As a public charter school with 400 students from 60+ communities, PVPA offers a free, college-prep education with arts at the heart of all they do. Apply at www.pvpa.org. Info session on Thursday, Jan 20, 2022, from 6:30-8pm. Registration online. For more info, call 413-552-1580 x134 or email

Sensory SpOT
East Longmeadow, MA

Registering now for 2022!

At Sensory SpOT, children explore ways to foster the growth of their emotional well-being, a strong mind-body connection, & strengthen their foundational skills necessary for learning. They create a positive learning environment that builds on your child’s strengths to allow them to flourish and grow their skills. Located in East Longmeadow, MA, Sensory SpOT offers individualized & group-based occupational therapy services and wellness groups for children provided by a Licensed Occupational Therapist and/or Occupational Therapy staff. Sessions are 45-60 mins. They are registering now for January 2022 SpOT and Wellness groups. Space is limited & registration required for services. Visit sensoryspotma.com for info & registration.

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List of Weekly Suggested Events


FAMILY RADIO: 9-10am. Hilltown Family Variety Show. WXOJ 103.3FM Northampton, MA. (Radio) 

AGRICULTURE/ FARMERS’ MARKET. 9am-1pm.  Pittsfield Farmers’ Market at Zion Lutheran Church. 74 First Street. Pittsfield, MA. 

NATURALIST SKILLS/ TRACKING. 10am. Tracking Workshop Series: Cats and Canines. Search for tracks, scat, and other signs of our elusive wild cats and dogs that roam the fields and forests at Canoe Meadows. Focusing on long-legged creatures, we will dig deep into how they stealthily walk, lope, and gallop across the landscape and what we can learn from the clues they leave behind. Registration required. Canoe Meadows Wildlife Sanctuary. 413-637-0320. Holmes Rd, Pittsfield, MA. 


MUSIC STUDIES/ UKULELE. 11am. Beginner Ukulele Workshop for all ages. Learn the basics and get playing right away! No ukulele or experience is necessary. Call to register. West Springfield Public Library. 413-736-4561. 200 Park St, West Springfield, MA. 

MUSEUM ADVENTURES/ LITERACY. 11am. Once in a Full Moon Picture Book Reading. On the closing weekend of the “Museum of the Moon” exhibition, join local author Carolinda Goodman as she reads aloud the lively rhyme of her picture book Once in a Full Moon. Recommended for ages 3-8 with caregivers, included with museum admission. Berkshire Museum. 413-443-7171. 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA. 


LOCAL HISTORY. 1pm. Museum opening. Learn about the history of West Springfield through unique town artifacts and a WWII exhibit. West Springfield Town Museum. 55 Altamont Ave, West Springfield, MA. 

PHOTOGRAPHY/ NATURE. 1pm. Mt Greylock Photography Group! This group is for everyone who loves nature and would love more opportunities to photograph the beauty of Mt Greylock. This month, meet at the Gould Trailhead for a walk along the trails through picturesque white (paper) birch tree groves with stunning views up to the Summit. All interests and skill levels are welcome. Mount Greylock Visitor Center. 413-499-4262. 30 Rockwell Road, Lanesborough, MA.


Self-Directed Learning: Winter Bird Watching

During the winter, young wildlife enthusiasts can focus their attention on feathered friends, one of the few creatures who are still very visible throughout the coldest months of the year. Whether your family are avid birders or simply enjoy watching feeder visitors, there are lots of ways to learn about the local environment and to participate in citizen science by watching birds this winter! From owls to chickadees, there are many ways to engage with the local landscape and to help contribute information to important studies. Read more in our post, Becoming a Citizen Scientist Opens Your Awareness to Birdlife In Your Backyard.


Self-Directed Learning: Ice Skating

People have been skating on ice for hundreds of years, although this “early” skating was pragmatic rather than recreational. “Skate” is derived from the Dutch word “schaats,” which means leg bone, as the first skates were simply lengths of animal bone strapped to the bottom of boots. When wood and then iron blades were introduced as a replacement to bone, skaters gained more control and speed, and skating for sport and fun began to rise. Our local skating culture traces its roots to Scottish immigrants, who brought skates with them when they resettled in the U.S., and can be a great topic to explore on and off the ice while learning about the world and New England culture and history. Find local skating resources in our post, 24 Ice Skating Rinks in Western Mass, then take the time to learn about neuroscience, physics, engineering, anatomy, and the history of ice skating!


PLAYGROUPS. Family Centers & Playgroups in Hilltowns & Pioneer Valley   

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PLAYGROUPSFamily Center & Playgroups in south Berkshire County   

PLAYGROUPSFamily Center & Playgroups in north Berkshire County   

PLAYGROUP. 9:30am. Playgroup and Sing With Your Little Ones at the Pelham Library. 413-253-0657. 2 S Valley Rd, Pelham, MA. 

PLAYGROUP. 10am. Monday Learn n’ Play Playgroup with Community and Family Engagement West Springfield at the West Springfield Public Library. 413-736-4561. 200 Park St, West Springfield, MA. 

PLAYGROUP. 10-11am. For ages 0-5 at the Meekins Library. Call to register: 413-345-6015. 2 Williams St, Williamsburg, MA. 

FILM STUDIES/ ANIME. 3pm. The Westfield Athenaeum Baka Association Anime Club will meet to watch and vote on two anime episodes. For ages 11-18. Sign-up required. Westfield Athenaeum. 413-568-7833. 6 Elm Street, Westfield, MA. 

CULINARY ARTS/ MEXICAN. 6pm. Cookbook Club Meeting, featuring recipes from Pati’s Mexican Table at the Becket Athenaeum. 413-623-5483. 3367 Main St, Becket, MA. 

JAPANESE CULTURE/ ANIME. 7:30pm. Anime and Art Film Series: Miss Hokusai. Images Cinema and the Williams College Museum of Art, in tandem with the exhibition “Repro Japan: Technologies of Popular Visual Culture,” are hosting three free screenings of Japanese anime films throughout the exhibition’s run. The second in the series is the award-winning 2015 film “Miss Hokusai,” which will screen tonight. The screening will be introduced by exhibition curator Christopher Bolton, Williams College Professor of Comparative and Japanese Literature. All screenings are free and open to the public, and admission is first-come-first-serve. “Repro Japan” is on view at the Williams College Museum of Art through March 19, 2022. Images Cinema. 413-458-5612. 50 Spring Street, Williamstown, MA.


Self-Directed Learning: Cross Country Skiing

There are many ways to remain active and engaged with the outdoors during the winter. Nordic skiing, downhill skiing, ice skating, and snowshoeing are a sample of activities that allow one to get outside, stay fit, and maintain a healthy lifestyle while exploring the beauty of nature in the winter. Choosing a winter sport is not only spending time outdoors. It is also a way of participating in local culture and history traditions. Want to learn how to cross country ski? Learn the basics of cross country skiing and the history of a local treasure to practice what you learn in the Hilltowns of Western MA! Download our Jan/Feb edition of Learning Ahead: Cultural Itinerary for Western Massachusetts for places to ski, skate, and snowshoe in Western MA.


PLAYGROUPS. Family Centers & Playgroups in Hilltowns & Pioneer Valley 

PLAYGROUPS. Family Center & Playgroups in Franklin County 

PLAYGROUPSFamily Center & Playgroups in south Berkshire County 

PLAYGROUPSFamily Center & Playgroups in north Berkshire County 

LITERACY/ PRESCHOOL. 10am. Preschool storytime and craft. For children ages 2-5. Registration required. Westfield Athenaeum. 413-568-7833. 6 Elm Street, Westfield, MA. 

PUPPETS. 10am. Puppets, songs, music, and dancing with Tom Knight! Geat for all ages. Join via Zoom. Hosted by South Berkshire Kids. (Virtual)  

MUSIC PROGRAM/ PreK. 10:30am. Sing With Me preschool music program at the Hubbard Memorial Library. 413-583-3408. 24 Center St, Ludlow, MA.

PLAYGROUP. 10:15am. WeeMuse Littlest Learners. Interactive program for infants and toddlers, sparking curiosity with hands-on, cognitive, and social experiences at the Berkshire Museum. 413-443-7171. 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA. 

PLAYGROUP. 10:30-11:30am. For ages 0-5 at the Edwards Public Library. Call to register: 413-345-6015. 30 East Street, Southampton, MA. 

STE(A)M/ PreK. 1pm. Pre-School STEAM Program. Learn how to inspire your kids to engineer, create, design, explore, and build at home. Becket Athenaeum. 413-623-5483. 3367 Main St, Becket, MA. 

POTTERY/ TEENS. 3:30pm. Teen Craft: Pottery Night. Create with air dry Crayola clay! Teens are invited to make mugs, sculptures, incense holders, charms, rings, jewelry dishes, and anything they can think of! This is a two-day event: sculpt on Tuesday, paint on Thursday. For ages 11-18. Registration required Westfield Athenaeum. 413-568-7833. 6 Elm Street, Westfield, MA. 

PLAYGROUP. 3:30-4:30pm. For ages 0-5 at the Westhampton Public Library. Call to register: 413-345-6015. 1 N Rd, Westhampton, MA. 

STEM/ CODE. 4pm. Girls Who Code. Learn to code for ages 11-18 at the Holyoke Public Library. 413-420-8101. 250 Chestnut Street. Holyoke, MA. 

EDUCATION: 6:30pm. Bement Open House (Virtual)

LITERACY/ STORYTIME. 7pm. Pajama Storytime with Community and Family Engagement West Springfield (Virtual)


Self-Directed Learning: Snowflakes & Frost

Snow in New England not only offers opportunities for sledding, but it is also a great creative medium that can support science studies too! The chemistry behind snowflakes and frost is just waiting to be discovered! Kids can use snow, ice, and frost to learn about crystals. Snowflakes are a beautiful form of crystals, each one showing off a microscopic symmetrical design of spears, points, indents, and cutouts. (Be sure to read the book Snowflake Bentley!). Families can explore the formation of crystals with science experiments, including a giant snowflake made out of a Borax solution and homemade rock candy. These experiments create crystals slowly and on a scale that kids can examine for themselves. To maximize the learning possibilities, do both experiments simultaneously and make comparisons – determine which one grows faster, grows larger crystals, and makes the most transparent crystals. Another great topic to include in a study of winter precipitation is frost. See if you can find out the difference between snow and frost, and then see if you can identify the specific types of frost. You might even try creating your own frost flowers by soaking fallen branches or bits of logs and freezing them – a comparison between an outside log and a log frozen in a home freezer might present exciting results! The many different frost types are found during various weather and moisture conditions, and some are very rare. 


PLAYGROUPS. Family Centers & Playgroups in Hilltowns & Pioneer Valley 

PLAYGROUPS. Family Center & Playgroups in Franklin County 

PLAYGROUPSFamily Center & Playgroups in south Berkshire County 

PLAYGROUPSFamily Center & Playgroups in north Berkshire County 

NEW PARENT GROUP. 10:30am & 1pm. Beyond Birth groups meet weekly. New babies birth-6mos are at 1pm and older babies 6mos-1 yr are at 10:30am. Amherst, MA. 

LITERACY/ STORYTIME. 10am. Storytime with the Montague Center Library. (Virtual) 

PLAYGROUP. 10am. Learn n’ Playgroup with Community and Family Engagement West Springfield at Unico Building. 1 Unico Way. West Springfield, MA. 

FIBER ARTS/ WEAVING. 10am. Learn to weave potholders at Wool-ology. 413-350-5158. 242A Greenfield Rd. South Deerfield, MA.

MINDFULNESS/ FOREST BATHING. 10am. Forest Bathing/Shinrin Yoku. Shinrin Yoku is the Japanese practice of taking in the forest atmosphere or Forest Bathing. This guided experience leads you on a slow, intentional walk into the woods to de-stress and get reconnected with nature. Mount Greylock Visitor Center. 413-499-4262. 30 Rockwell Road, Lanesborough, MA. 

STEM/ PreK. 10:15am. WeeMuse STEM. Children ages 2-5 and their caregivers are invited to explore science, technology, engineering, and math at the Berkshire Museum. 413-443-7171. 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA.  

LITERACY/ STORYTIME. 10:30am. Preschool Storytime at the Hubbard Memorial Library. 413-583-3408. 24 Center St, Ludlow, MA. 

LITERACY/ STORYTIME. 10:30am. Storytime at the Becket Athenaeum. 413-623-5483. 3367 Main St, Becket, MA.  

LITERACY/ STORYTIME. 10:30am. Storytime at the Westhampton Public Library. 413-527-5386. 1 N Rd, Westhampton, MA. 

PLAYGROUP. 3:30-4:30pm. For ages 0-5 at Goshen Town Hall. Call to register: 413-345-6015. 42 Main St., Goshen, MA. 

BIOGRAPHY. 4:15pm. True Tales, a gently educational, always fascinating story program, especially for elementary schoolers! Youth Services Librarian from the Ludlow Library will share real-life people and events with biographies and other informational books in a friendly, appealing, illustrated picture book format. (Virtual) 

STEM/ CHEMISTRY. 3:30pm. Monthly Slime Club for ages 8-12. Join the Berkshire Athenaeum for drop-in slime-making fun. Explore a new type of slime each month. Be sure to wear your messy clothes! Berkshire Athenaeum. 413-499-9480, x111. 1 Wendell Ave, Pittsfield, MA. 

STEM/ ROBOTICS. 3:45-5pm. Robotics Club. Learn to code, construct, and compete in exciting robotics challenges! Students ages 8-16 are invited to learn to code, construct, and compete in exciting robotics challenges at Berkshire Museum. Led by Museum Educators in their galleries and classrooms, these immersive, interactive programs are a fun way to learn new skills, grow confidence, and make friends. This series starts today and runs through the end of March. Berkshire Museum. 413-443-7171. 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA. 

ORNITHOLOGY/ RAPTORS. 4pm. Raptor Conservation, with live birds present! Come and listen to Tom Ricardi, of Massachusetts Birds of Prey Rehabilitation, talk about birds of prey, and see live birds he’ll be bringing along! All ages welcome. Milne Public Library. 413-458-5369. 1095 Main Street. Williamstown, MA. 


GEOGRAPHY. 4:30pm. GeoInvestigators at the Westfield Athenaeum. 413-568-7833. 6 Elm Street, Westfield, MA. 


EDUCATION: 6:30pm. Bement Open House (Virtual)

LANGUAGE ARTS/ POETRY. 7-8:30pm. Campfire Poetry Share at the library. Participants will bundle up, gather around the fire, and share their poetry. Hot drinks provided. Bring a piece of wood for the fire and a blanket for yourself. Meet behind the library. Registration recommended. Belding Memorial Library. 413-628-4414. 344 Main St, Ashfield, MA.


Self-Directed Learning: Family Dinner

Family dinner. It’s been proven that having meals together with your children benefits their social and emotional development and linguistic skills. Family dinner is a time for adults to model good manners, gratitude, and generosity—a time to connect through storytelling, conversations, and holding space for one another. But family dinner doesn’t have to be solely dinner. It can be breakfast. Snacks. Even picnics in the summer. Aim for the “Good Enough” dinner, with goals to connect rather than holding expectations that your time together should be anything other than what transpires. In today’s self-directed learning modules, adults can learn about the value of sharing meals with the family, and kids can discover a history of family dinners through one cultural perspective.


PLAYGROUPS. Family Centers & Playgroups in Hilltowns & Pioneer Valley 

PLAYGROUPS. Family Center & Playgroups in Franklin County 

PLAYGROUPSFamily Center & Playgroups in south Berkshire County 

PLAYGROUPSFamily Center & Playgroups in north Berkshire County 

PLAYGROUP. 9:30am. Infant Playgroup. Play, read, sing and connect with other families. Opportunities to discuss child development and share learning ideas to do at home. Best for infants ages 0-15mo. Registration required. Westfield Athenaeum. 413-568-7833. 6 Elm Street, Westfield, MA. 

MUSIC/ MOVEMENT. 10am. Music & Movement for children, hosted by the Montague Public Libraries. (Virtual) 

LITERACY/ STORYTIME. 10:30am. Storytime with the Westfield Athenaeum. (Virtual) 


FOLK TOYS/ PLAY. 5 pm. Kendama Club with the Pioneer Valley Movement Collective at Pulaski Park in Northampton, MA. 

LANGUAGE ARTS/ COMEDY WRITING. 3:30pm. Teen Writing Craft Class: Comedy and Humor Writing. Enjoy timed writing prompts and work on a different aspect of writing. All writers ages 10-18 are welcome. Hybrid program. Westfield Athenaeum. 413-568-7833. 6 Elm Street, Westfield, MA. 

ANIMAL STUDIES/ MAMMALS. 5:30pm. Wonders of Winter: Mammals in the Moonlight with Mass Audubon, hosted by the Lenox Library. (Virtual) 

COMPUTER SCIENCE/ CODING. 6pm. Python Coding Club. Whether you know how to code or you are just starting, come code with the Westfield Athenaeum. For children ages 9-12. (Virtual) 

EDUCATION: 6:30pm. Bement Open House (Virtual)


MINDFULNESS/ MEDIATION. 7pm. Mindfulness & Meditation. Health care officials and practitioners have consistently recommended mindfulness practice as one of the best skills for building resilience to weather uncertain times. The Pelham Library offers virtual mindfulness and meditation classes that, though designed for beginners, will benefit anyone wanting to continue or reinforce their own practice. (Virtual)


Self-Directed Learning: Extinction

The extinction of animal species can be attributed to many different factors, but it all boils down to the impacts of humans. Thinking about endangered and extinct animals can conjure up great questions and topics to explore. Loss of habitat and invasive species are two human-induced causes of extinction of plants and animals. (Are WE an invasive species?!) A complex topic to face, learning about extinction, the contributions of human behavior, and understanding which species will survive can lead us to a better understanding of why scientists are looking towards gene-editing and cloning as a method for reversing extinction and solutions for habitat conservation. For today’s self-directed learning module, link together human impact, invasive species, the strategy behind the conservation of umbrella species, the ethics of gene-editing, and a look at the efforts to save species for a deep dive on a challenging subject.


Self-Directed Learning: Hibernation

In the winter, your kids might wonder where are all of the animals! Curiosity about the seasonal changes in local fauna can support learning about zoology, biology, and ecology! Using this as a lens for learning, get curious about hibernation! Do animals only hibernate in the winter? Do trees hibernate? How long do they hibernate? Is it the same for all animals? Start with these questions to begin your self-directed learning journey today!

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