This monthly segment continued on Monday, February 27, 2017 with Sienna and Seth talking about the newest issue of “Learning Ahead: Cultural Itinerary for Western Massachusetts.” Looking through the lens of the season, holidays, national observations, farm tradition and nature-based occurrences are featured in this segment of Mass Appeal.
September 23 is the Autumnal Equinox! Come to the UMass Sunwheel at sunrise and sunset to witness the first of each for the new season. Learn about astronomy, the seasons, and the sunwheel by viewing this exciting event.
Some trends are great to follow—like the seasons! Seasonal food is fresh and fantastic, and when you work with nature it can be surprisingly easy to grow and prepare. This fall, The Trustees of Reservations are hosting a series of workshops focused on the foods of the season at Land of Providence on Main Street in Holyoke, MA..
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The best memories I try to create with my daughter are often made out of delight in silly, simple things, often times creating our most precious moments together. A detour from the ordinary to see the stars can create an everlasting memory. Seasonal traditions can create a closeness that seal the ties and binds a family together. I’ve shared here some of the things that we do in my family. I hope that you may find inspiration in creating even better ways for your family to create your own seasonal traditions. Little traditions can help our children to remember “home” a little more fondly because of ordinary days made holy by the sacrament of loving.