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Feature Friday: Hens and Chicks Consignment Store in Greenfield

Hens and Chicks Consignment Store

In this Feature Friday, we're highlighting a local gem in Greenfield, Massachusetts: Hens and Chicks Consignment Store. For over 15 years, they have been an integral part of the greater Western Massachusetts area, assisting consignors in earning extra income while offering shoppers fantastic deals on clothing and home goods they're excited [...]

Holiday Festivities at Moonlight Magic on Black Friday in Shelburne Falls

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    Moonlight Magic is a traditional event known across the region, which takes place annually in the quintessential village of Shelburne Falls. Every year on Black Friday, the town stays open later, vendors line the streets, and people come from near and far to welcome in the holiday season. This year is expected to be especially festive [...]

The 35th Annual Old Deerfield Holiday Sampler Craft Fair

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The Old Deerfield Holiday Sampler Craft Fair is back again this weekend for its 35th year. Head to the Eastern States Exposition’s Better Living Center on Saturday, November 18th from 9 am to 6 pm and  from Sunday, November 19th from 10 am to 4 pm. Explore the offerings from over 200 juried crafters, designers and artists and check off your [...]

Shop Franklin County at Jingle Fest and with a Franklin County Gift Card

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In Franklin County, it is easy to shop local for gifts for the holiday season. We are lucky to have so many locally owned small businesses with amazing, unique gifts for everyone. With many exciting, local events, it’s easy and fun to get your holiday shopping [...]

The Old Deerfield Holiday Sampler Craft Fair is Back!

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The Old Deerfield Holiday Sampler Craft Fair is back again this weekend. Head to the Eastern States Exposition’s Better Living Center on November 20th from 9 am to 5 pm and 21st from 10 am to 4 pm. You can browse over 200 artisans’ creations and check off your holiday shopping list. Plus, enjoy specialty foods and live music, visit Santa at a social distance, and create your own crafts at the free family craft table. 

Entrance for the Old Deerfield Craft Fair is $8 for adults and free for children 12 and under. Proceeds from The Old Deerfield Craft Fairs benefit the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, a local non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of crafts and the history of our surrounding Deerfield area. 

For more information go to deerfield-craft.org or follow Old Deerfield Craft Fairs on Facebook.

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Plum Boutique in Greenfield Seeks to Inspire and Enrich Local Community

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plum boutique greenfield mass shop localChristmas is almost here and if you’re doing any last minute shopping, remember to support our local shops! One local shop that I’m happy to support is Plum Boutique in downtown Greenfield. More than just a retail store, Plum carefully selects products made by mission-based organizations, women-owned enterprises, and local artisans. As a member of the downtown Greenfield family of shops, they seek to enrich the community and to provide us with an ever-evolving gallery of fashion, design, and art which inspires, nurtures, empowers, and delights.

Check out their Perfect Holiday Gift Guide for inspiration on unique gifts for friends and family and get free shipping through the month of December on their website with code FREE2020.

 

 

Visit their website, plum413.com, and follow them on Facebook to stay updated on what's in the shop! 

Located at 281 Main Street in Greenfield, MA

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For more information about community happenings and real estate news visit Wanda's Blog at www.wandamooney.com/blog
 

Moonlight Magic Kicks of the Holiday Season in Style in Shelburne Falls

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This Friday, many shoppers will head to corporate stores across the country for Black Friday shopping. However, here in Franklin County, we like to do things differently by supporting our local businesses and kicking off the holiday season in style with Moonlight Magic.

This annual event known across the region will take place in the beautiful village of Shelburne Falls. The Greater Shelburne Falls Area Business Association has worked together with local businesses to put on this magnificent event. The village has already been beautifully decorated with holiday lights and garlands spiraling up the lamp posts along with pole tags with sponsors’ names showing their support. On the eve of Moonlight Magic, luminaria will line the streets directing event goers to various points of interest throughout the village.

Moonlight Magic is also one of the few times of the year where Bridge Street and Deerfield Ave will be shut down to traffic, allowing pedestrians to wander the streets, browsing vendor tents and businesses, which will stay open later for the event. Soon after sunset, the Parade of Lights will make its way down Conway Street, over the Iron Bridge and down Bridge Street. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be part of the parade, greeting shoppers and then ending at the Mason’s Lodge, for visits and photos. Throughout the event, there will also be various performances, including one of my favorites, the Ageless Waves of Rhythm, Shelburne Senior Center’s drumming group.

Moonlight Magic starts at 4 pm, giving you plenty of time to sleep in the day after Thanksgiving! Visit shelburnefalls.com for more information or pick up an event brochure the day of to find out what’s happening around the village.

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