Follow King’s model by helping to create a more resilient, dynamic, diverse, and compassionate community in Western Massachusetts through meaningful community-based service. The MLK Day of Service empowers individuals, strengthens communities, bridges barriers, creates solutions to social problems, and moves us closer to Dr. King’s vision of a beloved community.
The bound and printed version of Robert Shetterly’s travelling exhibition, Americans Who Tell the Truth, showcases a great many people whose words of truth have made a significant impact on our country and our culture. Featuring greats like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., alongside lesser known (but equally as important) activists, writers, artists, and other truth tellers of all kinds, this book can lead readers to deepen their understanding of the idea of truth and what it takes to make an impact. The book and its accompanying guide can be used to study themes relating to the observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. day this January.
The Work of 1,000 Screening at Wistariahurst Museum Thursday, Jan 10th, 6:30pm Rivers are a vital part of our ecosystems, and have played a crucial role in much of industrial history. Rivers have provided a means of transportation and a way of moving goods, have powered mills and helped to provide hydroelectric power, and their watersheds help to nourish farmland that provides nutritive food to our community. Historically, however, our rivers have not been… Read More