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¡Klezperanto!

Boston, MA

413-772-2972
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Ilene Stahl and Boston's best re-groove klezmer, Mediterranean, Romanian, Cumbias, and TV cop show theme songs and a few standards, and burnish it all into funky, irresistible dance music. (Site built 2016)

Annie Goes To... children's books are designed to introduce children to wonderful places on our earth, and to teach them about interesting times in our history. The stories are generally best for children between 6 and 12, but he illustrations will appeal to younger children. (Site built 2020)

Between Trips

Greenfield, MA 01301

(774)-200-3456
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At Between Trips Travel, we are not order-takers. We strive to build a personal connection with our clients; to become their trusted, go-to person when it comes to travel. We work with our clients to determine the right trip for them, both in terms of travel style and value. (Site built 2017)

Bobby Marshall Book

Shelburne Falls, MA 01370

(143) 839-4930
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Breaking Through the Line: The N.F.L.'s First African American, Bobby Marshall. Bobby Marshall, one of the greatest athletes who ever lived, was the first African American to play in the National Football League. In 1920 he played for the Rock Island Independents. (Site built 2020)

Charlie King is a musical storyteller and political satirist. His repertoire covers a century and a half and four continents. (Site built 2012)

Davis Bates performance a mixture of family, Native American, international and regional stories and songs. They speak of empowerment, history, spirit and the environment. Davis has been sharing stories and songs for over 32 years. (Site built 2011)

Don calls Modern Western Square Dances. Fun nights and Corporate events throughout New England, New York, and parts of Canada including Ottawa and Montreal. He resides in Franklin County, in Western Massachusetts. (Site built 2011)

A native of Buenos Aires, pianist Estela Kersenbaum Olevsky has performed on five continents and collaborated with many distinguished instrumental and vocal soloists as well as diverse chamber music groups such as Berlin Philharmonic Festival Players, the Lark Quartet, the Olewsky Trio and the Bach Festival in Buenos Aires under the direction of Karl Richter. (Site built 2017)

Flowertography

Greenfield, MA

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Flowertography by IvySoung0 Bouquet. Framed photos of spring flowers and cacti, shot locally by a skilled teenager in her first business. Perfect for offices and homes. All sizes, up to three feet! (Site built 2015)

The Franklin County Fair is run by the Franklin County Agricultural Society, an organization that provides education and opportunities for all members of the community — including agriculture, youth, organizations, businesses, families, elders and others. (Site built 2019)

Family-built and owned since 1954, Frank and Deborah Prondecki have newly remodeled the restaurant and have a diverse new menu which includes many new dishes as well as signature favorites made popular by Frank's Mom, Helen.

Glass Life is an exhibition of the best biological glass models made in the spirit of the 19th and 20th century models of invertebrates and plants made from glass. (Site built 2020)

Greenfield Mural

Greenfield, Ma 01301

413-624-5140
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The Greenfield Mural, first painted by volunteers from the community in 1990, was originally the brain child of Rebecca Tippens and her friend and nationally recognized community muralist Janet Braun Reinitz, who together saw the big wall adjacent to the Veterans Mall park beckoning for vibrancy. (Site built 2020)

Greenfield Soapbox Races provide downhill gravity racing excitement for Franklin County and beyond. (Site built 2021)

Henna Elements - body art with style. Henna Elements creates custom designs inspired by henna artist from around the world. Located in Western Massachusetts for corporate and private parties, festival. (Site built 2013)

A collaboration of Greening Greenfield and Franklin County Continuing the Political Revolution. (Site built 2020)

Mitte LeClair, artist

Beloit, WI 01002

Mitte LeClair
(413)-512-1416
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Miette is a visual artist from a small town in Massachusetts who is currently working out of a small town in Wisconsin. Growing up, stories were a big part of her artistic landscape and storytelling is often at the root of her visual artwork. Miette is a creative writer and reader, as well as a visual artist and has worked as one of the managing editors of the Beloit Fiction Journal as well as a writing tutor at the Beloit College Writing Center. (Site built 2017)

Monadnock Garden Club

NH

802-380-5671
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The Monadnock Garden Club (MGC) began on August 5, 1925 with 19 members. A month later, membership consisted of 46 local residents from six area towns: Keene, Peterborough, Marlborough, Dublin, Jaffrey and Rindge, and included two men. Dues were $2.00. The Club’s goals were to study gardens and beautify the country. The Club's first project was to raise $500 ($6,977.80 in today’s money) for the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests. (Site built 2020)

The museum’s mission is to celebrate our industrial heritage through preserving, collecting, and educating the public, with emphasis on our own neighborhood to tell. (Site built 2021)

Musica Franklin is a 501c3 nonprofit organization founded in 2015. Our intensive after-school music program is based on the belief that that the pursuit of musical excellence teaches students to strive for excellence in all areas of their lives. It is modeled on El Sistema, a hugely successful music and social change program that was started in Venezuela 40 years ago. El Sistema is now practiced all over the world, helping to lift up children and their families. (Site built 2020)

Michael Nix performs on Banjar, classical guitar, banjo, lute, and mandolin, throughout the United States and Asia; has recorded for the PBS series. (Site built 2019)

The Brunswick Hotel offers many amenities, including the largest patio bar on the beach; weekly fireworks every Thursday and a restaurant and lounge right in the building, which features live entertainment daily and nightly in the summer, and weekends in the off-season. (Site built 2016)

Pacifico Palumbo Fine Art

Colrain, MA 01340

Tony Palumbo
413-624-3275
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I enjoy painting as well as I enjoy working in Neon and Sculpture. I consider myself to be a realist, but with a bit of fantasy thrown in. I like to paint scenes of my home, my garden, my animals, things we collect, our beautiful neck of the woods, friends, as well as anything else that I may be interested in.

Pizazz Dance Studio has been open since 1995, offering classes in Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Hip Hop, Musical Theatre, Boys Dance, and Company Dance Training & Competitions.

Richie Davis, writer

Montague, MA 01347

Richie Davis
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Everyone has a fascinating story to tell. You may not believe that, but after nearly 50 years of seeking out life’s wonders and engaging with people about what makes their own story fascinating, I realize it’s largely about the telling …. but also about the listening.

Roger Tincknell has been performing for children, adults, and seniors throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe for over 40 years with strong, expressive vocal styles, show stopping yodeling and masterful instrumental skills.

Sally Prasch Glass takes her emotions and throws them into glass. She has taught flameworking workshops at Urban Glass in New York City, at the famous Niijima Glass School in Japan, at Penland School of Crafts.

Sarah Bliss, experimental filmmaker and photographer with a background in religious studies, focusing on the relationships between body, place, language and memory.

We are now at a crucial stage in Turners Falls’ evolution and have found ourselves with an incredible and rare opportunity to maximize the use of the town owned Shea Theater to not only embrace its roots as a beacon of performance venues serving artists and audiences in Montague, but to develop The Shea as a bigger part of the artistic community in Franklin County. (Site built 2015)

Shelley Roberts, soprano, is from Shelburne Falls, Mass. She holds a Master's from Westminster Choir College in vocal performance and voice pedagogy and her Bachelor's Degree from University of Massachusetts Amherst in music education and performance. (Site built 2016)

If it's a Monster Truck flying through the sky or a big colorful explosion up above, it's probably Skyfire Productions. From Freestyle Motocross to Truck Pulls, and everything in between, there is never a dull moment when the sky is on fire. (Site built 2016)

Saving the world from bad sound since 1970. (Site built 2020)

Providing quality DJ and Karaoke services. We have over 100,000 karaoke song titles for singers of all ages. With our music and services your special occasion is guaranteed to be a memorable one.

Tom Carroll has several published CDs and plays regular nights in area upscale restaurants and clubs. He also performs with Laurie Davidson as Music and Movement in Franklin County, MA.

Tracy Vernon is a painter, designer, and educator who draws inspiration from the natural world. In watercolor, soft pastel, mixed media, and gemstone jewelry, Tracy creates compositions that touch the heart and lighten the spirit. Whether it's a gift for a loved one or for yourself, there's something for everyone. (Site built 2019)

At the 2 Rivers Bed and Breakfast, your comfort is our top priority. That's why we offer luxurious amenities to help you relax during your stay. Enhance your stay with one of our special amenities or take advantage of our close proximity to all the Franklin attractions and explore the region. (Site built 2017)

Vam Technology

Northampton, MA 01060

(904) 517-1669
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VAM Technology was founded with the belief that the surface, superiority and durability of brushed film substrates was integral to the product marketing industry. As a process focused Company, VAM Technology utilizes numerous exclusive, proprietary processes to effectively control brush pattern depths on multiple film substrates to converters supplying the automotive, tag, label and decorative packaging and paper industries. (Site built 2013)

Violet Walker creates cutting-edge music with a variety of tunes on her musical saw, bringing back the lost folk tradition of making music with a carpenter's saw and cello bow. (Site built 2020)

Welcome Yule. Music, Dance, Songs and Stories to drive the dark away. At the Shea Theater in Turners Falls on the second weekend of December, every year. Only $10!