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10.25.14
Discovering a Poet
Neilson Library Browsing Room, Smith College
Day-long series of discussions about Westfield poet Edward Taylor (1642-1729). See www.historic-deerfield.org/event/seminars/smith-deerfield-symposium-poetical-works-edward-taylor/.
10.25.14
First Child in the Woods: Caregiver and Infant/Toddler Walk
Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary
Program for families with children ages 0-5
10.25.14
Spiders Are Amazing
Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary
Program for families with children ages four and up
10.26.14
Mister G's Halloween Fiesta
Academy of Music
10.26.14
Family Collage Workshop
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
With Diana MacKenzie. Ages 6 and up. Up to 2 children per adult.
10.26.14
The Active Citizens Group
Odyssey Bookshop
Discusses , by Sasha Abramsky.
10.26.14
Sante Graziano's Mural in 20th Century Gallery
Springfield Museums
Dawn Whitney gives this Sunday's weekly mini-tour.
10.27.14
Halloween Costume Swap
The Platinum Pony
10.27.14
A Walking Guide to Virtual Shakespeares
Seelye Hall, Smith College
With Smith College Provost Katherine Rowe, scholar of Renaissance literature and media history. Seelye 106.
10.27.14
Textiles in the Connecticut River Valley: Japanese Silk Trade and William Skinner and Sons Manufacturing
Wistariahurst Museum
Resident scholar Matt Coletti gives this week's Threads That Bind lecture. Part of the Historical Lecture Series.
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