Shelburne Falls, MA 01370
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)
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 by IvySoung 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)
Greenfield, MA 01301
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)
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)
The Monadnock Garden Club (MGC) began on August 5, 1925. The Club’s goals are to study gardens and beautify the country. The Club's first project was to raise $500 ($7,000 in today’s money) for the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests.
This site offers beautyfully hand-painted Buddha statues, gorgeous Giclee copies of Watercolor paintings and rich, dramatic Greeting cards. Purchasing any of these unique works for yourself or others will bring much happiness! Everyone Loves Buddhas.
Colrain, MA 01340
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.
I’ve been a professional writer and editor for nearly 45 years, winning dozens of awards along the way. More importantly, though, my passion has been to explore life’s mysteries, contradictions and magic with hundreds of people, often helping them discover the deeper themes of their lives within that they may not have even realized were there … and then sharing those stories. (Site built 2019)
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.
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)
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)
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)