09.26.14 Maize: Mysteries of an Ancient Grain Smith College Botanic Garden
Maize is the largest production crop in the world and plays a central role in all of United States agriculture and food production.
09.26.14 Forbes Library Wine Tasting Forbes Library
Come enjoy a gala evening of wine, hors d'oeuvres, and music to benefit the library.
09.26.14 Verandah Porche Next Stage
Reading from the Vermont-based poet. Hosted by Chard DeNiord.
09.27.14 - 09.28.14 16th Annual North Quabbin Garlic and Arts Festival Forster's Farm
With over 100 booths featuring regional farmers, artists, and community organizers. Plus live music, exhibitor demonstrations, and lots of local food, including the infamous garlic chocolate chip cookies. See garlicandarts.org for more information.
09.27.14 11th Annual Recovery Jam Camp Kee-wanee
Musicians, pig roast, vendors, meter maids in the dunk tank, and lots of sober family fun. Rain or shine.
09.27.14 17th Annual AIDS Walk/5k Run and Festival Stanley Park
Festivities include live entertainment, a barbecue picnic, raffles, a children's area, and free and confidential HIV testing. All funds support the AIDS Foundation of Western Mass. Registration for walk/run begins at 10 a.m. See aidsfoundationwm.org for details.
09.27.14 Festival of Resistance Northampton City Hall, 210 Main St.
Teach-in and theater performance to support the Palestinian struggle. On the City Hall steps.