Welcome to my collection of community videos! Enjoy watching what this area has to offer.
Pioneer Valley Indoor Kart in West Hatfield, Ma
Pioneer Valley Indoor Karting opened in 2012 and is the areas only locally owned and operated indoor karting track. Our location on the Northampton side of the bridge on RT 5 in West Hatfield serves customers all over Western and Central Massachusetts, Southern Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and New York. All skill levels are welcome, and kids as young as 8 can race alone on the track safely. We even allow mom and dad to race one of our adult karts in the same heat as their kids! We just ask parents to give kids the right-of-way. All other adults are placed in separate adult heats.
Berkshire Brew in Deerfield, Ma
Established in 1994 in South Deerfield, MA, Berkshire Brewing Company is New England’s premier regional craft brewery. For the past 25 years we’ve kept it simple: brewing our ales and lagers fresh in small batches. We’ve kept it real: all of our beers are unfiltered, unpasteurized, and contain no chemical additives or preservatives. And we’ve kept it creative: producing a broad range of year-round and seasonal ales and lagers, and frequent brewer’s specials. Just good beer.
Northampton Airport in Northampton, Ma
Located on the scenic Connecticut River, the Northampton Airport (7B2) has a 3365′ runway with a 24-hour self-service 100 LL fuel stop, full-service flight school, airplane rentals, certified maintenance department and FBO office.
Mike's Maze in Sunderland, Ma
Mike’s Maze is more than a corn maze…it’s a thematic immersive experience for all ages! Visitors to Mike’s Maze will encounter activities, games, and amusements to entertain the entire family. Located on a working farm at the foot of Mount Sugarloaf, visitors enjoy gorgeous views of the New England foliage. Every year we concoct a brand new maze, along with themed games that will challenge you to solve puzzles and problems, and lead you on your exploration through the corn! Be prepared to laugh and learn as you wander the 8-acre maze, encountering installations and trivia at every turn! While you’re here, you can take part in our many Attractions; ride on a horse drawn wagon, fire the mighty potato cannons, pick out your own Halloween pumpkin, and stay for lunch at the Corn Cafe, serving farm fresh food all day.
People's Pint in Greenfield, Ma
Our brewery is located on Hope Street; we bake our own desserts; and our bar and kitchen menu has a variety of meals and appetizers that we hope will satisfy you. Whenever possible we serve organic foods supplied by local growers and producers. Our dishes are oriented around seasonal New England fruits and vegetables supplied by local farmers. Come visit one of Greenfield's favorite hangouts.
Upinngil Garm in Gill, Ma
Upinngil is a small diverse family farm, located in the fertile Connecticut River Valley. Our mission is to provide sustainably grown, wholesome food for our local community. Our farm is open 8am-7pm every day of the year. Visitors are encouraged to walk out back to visit the animals or enjoy a picnic and the view from the top of the hill. We sell raw milk and farmstead cheeses from our small herd of grass-fed Ayrshire Cattle. Also our own whole grain flours and baked goods, fruits, vegetables, and lots of other local grocery items and snacks. PYO crops include strawberries, raspberries, snap peas, and flowers.
Greenfield Pride Parage in Greenfield, Ma
Franklin County Pride is a volunteer-run, community organization that works toward inclusivity, equality, and raising awareness of LGBTQIA+ issues in Franklin County. We achieve this through activities that directly support the needs of LGBTQIA+ people in Franklin County, including an annual Franklin County Pride March & Rally that fosters a sense of community among LGBTQIA+ residents, amplifies our voices, celebrates our differences, and raises awareness about issues impacting our communities — particularly LGBTQIA+ youth, seniors, people of color, indigenous people, trans people, and undocumented people — and their families.
At Earthwork Programs, our goal is to provide a safe, fun, learning environment where participants develop a deep understanding of the natural world and relationship to community, family and self through, mammal studies in tracking, plant identification and uses, wilderness living skills, bird language and awareness training, community building, naturalist skills earth philosophy, forest ecology and relationships.
Seymours The Pub in Greenfield, Ma
Great craft beer bar in Greenfield, pup friendly too!!
McCray's Farm in South Hadley, Ma
There is so much to do at McCray's Farm. It has petting zoo, mini golf, the creamery, hay rides and pumpkin picking, and of course, haunted hay rides! We invite you to stop by this local gem and enjoy a yummy breakfast, one of the 40 flavors of ice cream at their creamery, some fresh local milk, a beautiful view of the mountains, pumpkin picking, a game of golf, an animal to pet and feed, a hay ride, or just to get some fresh air! McCray's has it all!
Mutts and Mimosas at Dakin Humaine Society
We had such a great time at Dakin Humane Society's Mutts & Mimosas held at Quonquont Farm in Whately, Massachusetts! Enjoy this 'lil video, especially the dog cam! Too cute!! Support this wonderful organization and make a donation to Dakin Humane Society.
Shelburne Falls Iron Bridge Dinner in Shelburne, Ma
Each year on a warm August day, the Iron Bridge in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts is shut down and tables are set up to feed 400 hungry attendees. Linen and china span the entire bridge. Musicians stroll the bridge, serenading the diners. Athletes from the Mohawk Athletic Association serve the meal of a hearty salad, a main course, and a wonderful dessert. A portion of the proceeds from the dinner goes to the Athletic Association and the Greater Shelburne Falls Business Association. We are happy to be a part of this annual event and look forward to next year!
Greenfield Farmers Market in Greenfield, Ma
Since 1975, the Greenfield Farmers’ Market has been providing fresh locally grown products featuring organic and conventional produce, plants and flowers. In addition to meat, eggs, cheese, wine, cider, granola, jams & jellies, baked goods, maple syrup and honey, the market features locally made crafts such as quilts, herbal ointments and salves, home-made soap and handcrafted clothing with nature-inspired themes. The market is held in season on Saturday mornings from 8:00 AM – 12:30 PM in Court Square in downtown Greenfield, Massachusetts.