|What:||A new GriefShare Group starts Tuesday, October 3rd, in our cozy East Forest Park neighborhood church. We are conveniently located on the corner of Roosevelt Avenue and Arvilla Street in Springfield. GriefShare is here to help and encourage all grieving people find hope and healing after suffering the loss of a loved one or friend. Those interested in attending these faith-based sessions may come any time during the 13-week cycle, since each session is "self-contained". Attenders are welcome to sit in on any missed weekly meetings during our next cycle in January. To register please call the church office.|
|When:||2017-10-03 through 2017-12-19|
|Where:||Wachogue Congregational Church|
80 Arvilla Street
|What:||Healing and Deliverance|
|Where:||All Power Ministries|
333 East Columbus Avenue
|What:||Free Catholic Playgroup! Welcome parents/caregivers and children birth-pre k! Join us for play time, crafts, story time, music and prayer! All geared just right for your little ones! Share the love of Jesus with your little ones in new, fun, exciting ways! Groups are held monthly, next group Oct. 18th 930a-1130a at Ste Rose de Lima Parish in Chicopee!|
|Where:||Ste Rose de Lima Church|
600 Grattan Street
|What:||As Your Local Choice for Hope & Encouragement, we believe in the power of prayer! Have a prayer need? Let us stand with you believing for breakthrough. Whether physical, emotional, or spiritual we're here for you! |
This week's prayer stop is on Thursday from 2:30pm - 4:30pm at the new Dunkin Donuts, 1046 Wilbraham Rd. across from Duggan Middle School. (Same plaza as the old Breckwood Blvd. location)
2:30pm - 4:30pm
1046 Wilbraham Rd.
|What:||Join us on the Granby farm for a mystical adventure! A story maze with things to search out - great for kids, families, and all kinds of folks. |
Find out what's in store for us at our first ever popcorn maze, and discover the secrets that await.
The maze is open during farm stand hours:
Mondays & Tuesdays:
Wednesdays – Fridays:
Saturday & Sunday:
Children ages 4-12 $5.00,
Children 3 and under free.
Seniors and farm CSA members also $5.
All tickets can be purchased at the Granby Farm Stand. Check in at the farm store for walking directions to the maze!
|When:||2017-10-20 through 2017-10-22|
9am - 7pm
|Where:||Red Fire Farm|
7 Carver St.
|What:||Join us for an amazing night of worship with Grammy-Award winning Christian artist Chris Tomlin and special guest Matt Maher! Tickets are ON SALE NOW!|
7:30pm - 10:30pm
|Where:||Tsongas Center at UMass|
300 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Saturday 11AM & 7PM
Sunday 2PM & 7PM (BWC youth)
Pastors Vlad & Lana Savchuk
Pastor Dan Vazquez
|When:||2017-10-20 through 2017-10-22|
7pm - 9pm
|Where:||Breakthrough Worship Center|
605 Liberty Street
|What:||All items are checked in for quality inspection. Almost all clothing is displayed on hangers by size and category. You will find other items on tables and racks. Consignors are advised to price their items using 25% of manufacturer's retail price as a guide. Shoppers at our previous consignment sales were impressed with the quality and variety of styles and sizes, commenting on the "delightful energy" at the sale, as well as the organization, presentation, and friendliness of everyone. Come and see! |
St. Philip's donates unsold items that have been donated for the sale, or that consignors do not want returned to them, to the Easthampton Community Center to be distributed to those in need at no charge. St. Philip's share of the proceeds helps the church support many other local organizations such as AA, NA, Safe Passage, and Relay for Life.
|When:||2017-10-20 through 2017-10-21|
7pm - 9pm; 8am - 2pm
|Where:||St. Philips Episcopal Church|
128 Main St.
|What:||Do Zumba for a Cure to breast cancer! |
80 minutes of Zumba with a few Fierce4 or Cardio Box songs added. Water & snacks provided.
First 5 people who purchase tickets receive free Party in Pink Shirt. Raffle prizes as well.
$15 per person. $20 cash only at door.
Portion of total proceeds will be donated to "Rays of Hope. Baystate Reference Labs."
6:30pm - 8pm
|Where:||Dynamic Fitness Group & Barre Classes|
77 Mill St.
|What:||Join us for a FREE fun day for the whole family. Pumpkin painting, hay rides, bounce house, food, games and much more!|
|Where:||Living Hope Church|
267 College Highway
|What:||Initial preparations are underway, now, for the Saturday, October 21st Chicken & Biscuit Supper at Agawam Congregational Church.|
There will be just one sitting at 5:30 p.m. But it takes much preparation, according to church member Carol Allen who has been coordinating the popular supper for years with member Betsy McMullin and helpful church volunteers.
Over fifty pounds of chicken, which will be cut up, over fifty pounds of peeled potatoes for mashing, pounds of butternut squash for peeling and mashing, and baskets of apples to be cut , along with other menu items need to be ordered.
There will be biscuits and homemade gravy, green beans, cranberry sauce, rolls & butter , coffee, tea, and juice, along with the highlight of delicious, homemade apple crisp for dessert.
It's a popular fall dinner and evening. Agawam Congregational Church is known for delicious dinners with huge portions of fabulous food.
There is a limited number of tickets, so everyone can get tickets and reservations starting now by calling our church office.
Pre-paid tickets are $12.00 for adults and $6.00 for children. $15.00 tickets will be available at the door if space allows. Reservations will close on Thursday, October 19th. Don't be left out!
|Where:||Agawam Congregational Church-Church Parking Lot|
745 Main Street
|What:||How important is your child’s education to you? At Pioneer Valley Christian Academy, your child’s future is our mission now. At PVCA, your child will receive a world class Christian education within the framework of high academic standards. We teach pre-school thru twelfth grade, and are proud that 98% of our students go on to attend college. Choose PVCA for your family, and we’ll help prepare your child for God’s plan for their life. Find out more at our next open house, Saturday, October 21st from 9:30 AM -11:00 AM.|
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
|Where:||Pioneer Valley Christian Academy |
965 Plumtree Road
|What:||We are having a fundraiser dinner for this year's Youth Rally. We are having chicken parm or chicken pesto with salad and pasta. Drinks will be sold. Also we will be raffling of baskets. The cost is $10 and under 8 is $5.|
6:00 PM TO 9:00 PM
|Where:||Pioneer Valley Baptist Chapel|
56 Perkins Street
|What:||Western Massachusetts hair salons are helping to make a difference in the fight against bullying, one haircut at a time.|
On Saturday, October 21, 2017, salons across Western Massachusetts will participate in a one-day Cut-A-Thon to benefit Unify Against Bullying. Salons will donate proceeds from haircuts, blowouts, and styling to the anti-bullying organization. The salons will even offer temporary pink hair color — pink is the signature color of Unify Against Bullying. In addition, each salon will add its own fun activities and promotions for the event.
“It’s a fun day for a great cause, and everyone leaves the salon feeling and looking fabulous, each in their own unique way. We love how each salon is embracing Unify Against Bullying and being creative in their vision for the CutA-Thon,” said Unify executive director Christine Maiwald.
Each salon will be the exclusive Unify Cut-A-Thon salon in its city or town. Salons that want to participate, can contact Maiwald at email@example.com.
To date participating salons, include The Cutting Edge Salon & Day Spa, 975 Springfield Street, Feeding Hills; Gasoline Alley, 250 Albany Street, Springfield, Hair West, Spa West, 322-326 West Avenue, Ludlow; New Decadence Hair
Designers, 375 Franklin Street, Melrose; and Siciliano Salon, 1362 Westfield
Street, West Springfield.
About Unify Against Bulling
The mission of Unify Against Bullying is to bring an end to bullying through the celebration of true diversity. We accomplish this goal by providing grants to those who are in the best position to make a difference; children, parents, teachers and grassroots community organizations.
With the funding and resources, the grants provide, we can show the children of the world; the days of ignoring bullying are over. Instead, we are in a new era where we celebrate our differences and come together as one community. That is why in the Unify movement we say; when we stand together, we stand as one.
|What:||Come cozy up by the fireplace with a cup of tea on an October autumn eve for a night of gospel folk blues and soulful hymns. Free event open to all.|
Imparted with her unique, soulful vocal sound and haunting musical arrangements, and combined with Patrick Fallon's multifaceted, creative and gifted musical stylings, Magdalyne offers a stirring retelling of old songs woven with depth, sincerity, and vulnerability.
The Daily Grind Café is a relaxing environment that offers a lighter fare menu, complete with creative monthly specials, soup, salad, wraps, sandwiches and baked goods; along with beverages including smoothies, specialty expresso drinks, a variety of teas and more.
|Where:||The Daily Grind Cafe|
568 College Highway
|What:||Chili cook off, fire safety education, a fire safety Dalmatian, "Jaws of Life" vehicle extrication demonstration.|
9:30 AM - 3 PM
|Where:||Agawam Fire Department Headquarters|
800 Main Street
|What:||TRUNK OR TREAT * FOOD * PUMPKINS * WAGON RIDES!|
Please join WCM at Fountain Park for our first Fall Festival! WCM is teaming up with Fountain Park to offer a community event that is for all ages to enjoy! Toddlers, Teens, and In Betweens are sure to have a great time!
We will hold our traditional Trunk or Treat on the main concert field from 3 pm - 5 pm. We are proud to announce that we will be participating in the TEAL Pumpkin Project.
Fountain Park will also have a Decorate Your Own Pumpkin station! There will be food vendors, snacks and drinks available. Rice Fruit Farm will be providing Tractor Wagon Rides! Krazy Jake's will be there with hamburgers, hotdogs, fried dough and ice cream!
$5 parking fee supports Fountain Park and its programs and events. Those with Trunks will NOT be charged for parking!
883 Tinkham Rd
|What:||Community FREE EVENT|
- Play Games & try the bungee run
- Free lunch & snacks - cotton candy/snow cones
- Enter the apple pie baking contest & win a $50 prize! Call to register
- Get to know your Agawam police, fire, and emergency medical
- Fun for all ages
RAIN DATE: November 4th
11:00AM - 3:00PM
|Where:||Church of Redemption|
50 Maple St
|What:||Come join us for our 1st Annual Blowouts Against Bullying Cut A Thon to benefit the amazing non profit organization Unify Against Bullying! There are countless children waging quiet battles against bullying. Many believe that they are alone. Unify Against Bullying wants these children to know they are far from alone. They are supported by a loving, caring community of fellow students, teachers, parents, brothers, sisters, business leaders and others. When we stand together, we stand as one. Help us to make a difference and stop the silence! We will be donating a hundred percent of proceeds because we are so passionate about this cause. |
The services offered will be *haircuts *blowouts *styling *temporary pink hair color. There will also be raffle prizes and vendors are welcome to attend and donate a portion of proceeds to the cause!
Let's all get together to Unify Against Bullying
For more information or to get involved feel free to contact us @ 413•789•6369 or Kelly at 413•237•2562 and for more information about Unify visit www.unifyagainstbullying.org
9 AM-2 PM
|Where:||The Cutting Edge Hair Salon and Day Spa|
975 Springfield Street
Feeding Hills, MA
|What:||Attention Prospective Freshman!|
Come to a place in Westfield where the journey begins - St. Mary's Parish School! We are more than just a school, we are a community with diverse programs including college prep and AP courses. It's no wonder that 98 percent of our students are college bound. Visit St. Mary's of Westfield Fall Open House, October 24th from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM for a chance to win one of several $1000 scholarships. Visit stmsaints.org today.
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
|Where:||St. Mary's High School|
27 Bartlett St.
|What:||How prepared will you be for the holidays? The fall is a time of harvest and gathering and where there is gathering, there is food. Let’s discover how to navigate the holiday buffets and make the right decisions for your body. Join our Diet Awareness Class so we can support each other. Come learn how to lose weigh while continuing to eat the foods you enjoy. The Faith Community Nurses will be offering a Diet Awareness Class on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. beginning the week of October 24th. Please call 413-789-2930 to reserve your spot in class or for more information.|
|Where:||Bethany Assembly of God|
580 Main Street
|What:||All Things Work Together Fall Tour with LECRAE in Boston!|
|Where:||House of Blues|
|What:||Healing and Deliverance|
|Where:||All Power Ministries|
333 East Columbus Avenue
|What:||Lecrae - All Things Work Together Tour|
Wed, October 25, 2017
Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm
House of Blues Boston - Boston, MA
This event is all ages
Album Out September 2017 on Columbia Records
Watch the video for “I’ll Find You” ft. Tori Kelly: http://bit.ly/IllFindYouVid
Watch the video for “Blessings” ft. Ty Dolla $ign: http://bit.ly/LecraeBlessingsVid
“This is my favorite album and the most work I've put in since the Anomaly tour,” Lecrae says. “This is a spiritual and emotional musical journey. People will be blown away.”
|Where:||House of Blues Boston|
Boston , MA
|What:||Please join us for this free event on Sunday, October 27th at 7:30pm. Doors open 7:00pm. Driven11 travels across the country in hopes that their music and stories will provide hope, healing and new energy to all they meet.|
|Where:||The Mill Church and Cafe|
45 River Street
|What:||Join us for any or all of these joyous events!!|
10/27 @ 6: Movie night
10/28 @ 7: Worship Night featuring God's Direction of Sound, God's Little Children, the Kevin Sharpe Group, and CRIIIMSON!
10/29 @ 12:30: Worship service led by God's Way Youth Ministry
|When:||2017-10-27 through 2017-10-29|
|Where:||God's Way Ministries|
1516 Sumner Ave.
|What:||Please join Dress for Success Western Massachusetts at the |
"Through Her Eyes Conference" we will have a table at this event.
Each year, the Through Her Eyes conference focuses on the most current methods and practices for helping girls at home, in school, and in society facing challenges from trauma and neglect to aggression and addiction. The conference features 16 workshops run by notable professionals whose presentations are aimed at people who engage directly with girls and young women, including educators, social workers, direct care staff, family members and concerned citizens.
This year's theme is “Through Her Eyes, She Sees YOU!” Recognizing the stress and trauma associated with working with at risk girls and young women, we want to help provide the providers with tools they can use in their daily lives to maintain a positive, healthy attitude.
7:30am - 4:30pm
|Where:||Mass Mutual Center|
|What:||Come STAND OUT with us! We are having our annual Stand Out Event where we come together and hear a right now word that will inspire us to stand out with our faith in a world that tries to keep it hidden. This year it’s going to be a White Out Party! So make sure to wear white and come celebrate with us. We hope to see you there!|
30 Bowdoin St.
|What:||Celebrate what's possible as the adventures of five daring Disney heroines spark the courage inside us all at Disney On Ice presents Dare To Dream! In her Disney On Ice debut, see how far Moana will go when she embarks on an action-packed voyage with mighty demigod Maui in a quest to save her island, become a wayfinder, and find her own identity. Anna's devotion to her estranged sister Elsa sets her on a perilous journey to mend their bond, and stop an eternal winter. Rapunzel breaks out of her tower and teams up with an unlikely companion, Flynn Rider, as she goes to great lengths to realize her dream. Armed only with courage, Belle befriends the enchanted castle staff and learns to look beyond the Beast's rough exterior. With help from her friends and a little magic, Cinderella is determined to make the wish in her heart come true. Hosted by Mickey and Minnie, discover why no dream is too big when we find the strength to shape our own destiny at Disney On Ice presents Dare To Dream!|
Worcester , MA
|What:||A time for the youth of Western Mass & CT to come together for a night of Praise and Worship Jesus. Our Speaker is Pastor Rob Hill of West Springfield Covenant Community Church. We will have Epic Season from NH for our band. This is a free event however we will be collecting a love offering for Grace Christian School of Spfld and collecting canned good for Lorraine's Soup Kitchen. There will be free pizza and prizes also. Come join us.|
6:00 PM TO 9:30 PM
|Where:||CHICOPEE COMP HIGH SCHOOL|
617 MONTGOMERY STREET
|What:||Trick or treat from decorated cars by the members of Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer in a family-friendly, safe environment for the kids to come in costume (optional). Free Goody bags, munchkins, cider, and Cocoa.|
1pm - 3pm
|Where:||Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer|
20 North Street
|What:||Kids: It’s your chance to choose. What issues in your community are most important to you? What qualities should candidates running for local office possess? What can we do in our communities to create a better world? It’s up to you to answer these questions at the Institute’s 2017 Kid Convention.|
Ahead of November’s municipal elections for mayor, city council, and school board, children and families are invited to join the Institute for a day of special programming to educate youngsters about the importance of local leadership and civic engagement in our democracy. Interactive activities will help kids learn about the legislative process, their local government, and the importance of making their voices heard.
The special Kid Convention programs will be offered three times throughout the day. If you would like to participate in all of the special programs, you can arrive at either 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., or 2:00 p.m. Each session includes the following activities:
What Makes A Good Local Leader? In this interactive game, kids work together in teams in the Institute’s Senate Chamber to discuss the qualities of a good leader and identify important local issues. The kids will see their ideas come to life as actors become the candidates the kids envisioned and tackle the issues they suggested for debate. Kids and their families will then vote for the candidate that best fits their ideals of a good local leader.
Political Poster Project: Local Leadership. Throughout the day, young people are invited to create posters illustrating an issue that is important to them. Kids will be encouraged to think about the many forms leadership can take and identify a leader they know in their school or community. Kids can design their ideal candidates based on good leadership qualities, or even design a campaign poster for their own run for office.
Future Senator. The Future Senator program introduces 5 through 11 year-old visitors to the legislative process. Featuring a segment from WGBH’s Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman, the program introduces young people to an issue relevant to them: whether the United States government should require a longer school day. The program concludes with a vote in the Senate Chamber.
Cast Your Ballots. While kids may not be able to vote in this year’s elections, they can cast their ballots during Kid Convention in the Institute’s voting booth. This activity will introduce kids to the voting process by giving them the opportunity to vote on issues that affect them in their school and community.
Please allow time for check-in upon arrival; we recommend arriving 10-15 minutes before the three session start times at 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.
|Where:||pin Show Map Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U|
|What:||Join Afri (K)que as we present a pop-up store at Make-It-Springfield on Saturday October 28th from 1 - 4pm. Come learn about our nonprofit and our charitable work in MA and Togo, Africa! Be there to meet the founder and Executive Director. See you there!|
Learn more about AfriKque Limited's wonderful work at http://www.afrikque.com/
1pm - 4pm
168 Worthington Rd
|What:||Come join us at Mary, Mother of Hope Church where the kids can have a safe night and show off their costumes and go from decorated trunk to decorated trunk getting a few goodies!|
******************************* 1 Can Good Per Participant to benefit or Parrish Pantry ***********************
***Decorated Trunk participants***
-Sign Up Starting October 1,2017 After Mass @ Family Life Event board
Arrive by 6:15 to be ready for Treaters at 6:45pm
Please bring wrapped goodies and/or wrapped candy, other treats like little Halloween trinkets or school supplies (pencils, erasers, etc) are all great too
6:15pm - 7:30pm
|Where:||Mary, Mother of Hope Church|
840 Page Blvd.
|What:||Toys, furniture, books, CDs, knick knacks, kitchen items, collectibles, lamps, sports equipment, holiday decorations, tools, craft supplies, linens, jewelry, pictures, and more. |
Individuals can rent 8 foot tables for $25 each; space is limited so reserve your table early. Pass this info along to your family and friends, all are welcome to donate items and/or rent a table. Drop-off times TBA. For more information, please contact Toni Golfieri at (413) 537-3865.
9am - 3pm
|Where:||St. Mark Armenian Church|
2427 Wilbraham Rd
|What:||Who stole the Celestial Evening painting from the D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts? Can you solve the mystery and help find the painting? Be the detective and follow the clues to help save the day! All free with museum admission!|
Visit the Scene of the Crime, 10 am-3 pm
Find the empty frame in Blake Court in the D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts and use your observation skills look for clues that may lead you to find the missing painting.
Create a Secret Identity, 11 am-3 pm
Go undercover to solve the crime. Start by developing a new identity, complete with wearable ID and a disguise of either a mustache or glasses.
Trunk or Treat, 11 am-2:45 pm
Check out the wacky, decorated trunks and get some treats from our community partners on the Quadrangle!
10am - 3pm
21 Edwards St.
|What:||Pioneer Valley Project's (PVP) First Annual Fall Fling is Saturday, October 28th, 1-5 p.m. at Holy Name Social Center at 53 Alderman Street. |
Come enjoy an afternoon of community and fun and learn what PVP is about and what we're up to! You will also have an opportunity to speak with candidates for City Council and School Committee.
|Where:||Holy Name Social Center|
53 Alderman Street
|What:||A Motorcycle Ride as a fundraising event for Puerto Rico's recovery will be on Saturday, October 28 from 10am to 2pm (Rain date, November 4). |
The route is round-trip from Springfield, MA to Ware, MA and back. Registration for riders is online or onsite with fees $20 per bike and $5 for back seat rider. Dnotations and fees paid below or at the event. (see below)
Registration starts at 10:00 and ride begins at 11:00. All funds raised go toward the recovery efforts underway in Puerto Rico
Meeting location: Resurrection Center at 1060 Worcester St, Springfield, MA 01151 https://goo.gl/maps/JL2F8KvcGAT2
Pay here: http://nrcsfundraisingevents.blogspot.com/2017/10/payment-motorcycle-ride-fundraising.html
10am - 2pm
1060 Worcester St.
Indian Orchard, MA
|What:||A fun and safe trick or treating event for the whole family. Costume contest with prizes in the following categories: most creative, scariest, funniest, Bible Story, pop culture and kid's choice. All candy is wrapped for safe distribution.|
|Where:||Agawam Congregational Church-Church Parking Lot|
745 Main Street
|What:||We are so excited to host Our First ever Community Pumpkin Glow!!! We love our community so much and we want everyone to be involved at this event. So heres what we need...YOU! Bring in your best carved pumpkins to be lit and displayed in our Pumpkin Contest...The Prize? 50$ Amazon Gift Card !! We will also have Trunks filled to the brim with candy for the kids as well as Hot Cocoa and Popcorn :) Everyone is welcome this Free Event!|
|Where:||Heritage Baptist Church|
640 Plumtree Rd
|What:||Christian music, fun, games and prizes! Free candy for ages 12 and under. Group rates available. Admission $5.|
2043 Boston Road
|Phone:||413-543-3991 ext 109|
|What:||Harry Kokkinis, owner of Table Talk Pies in Worcester, will be the keynote speaker at the Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce Business@Breakfast on November 1. The event will be held at The Colony Club, 1500 Main Street, Springfield from 7:15- 9 a.m., sponsored by TD Bank and United Personnel with coffee compliments of Bright Nights.|
The Kokkinis family began selling pies out of the back of a horse cart in 1924. The family business continued until the company was sold in the 1980s. A series of ownership changes and poor corporate management resulted in the closing of the Table Talk Pie factory in1984.
Kokkinis’ father Christo Cocaine (an Americanized version of the family name) bought back the company assets a year later and shifted the Table Talk Pie strategy to dominating the snack market. Today, supermarket aisles are filled with 4-inch snack-sized Table Talk pies in a variety of standard and season flavors. The company then took the next step and returned to making 8-inch pies. The company now bakes three million 4-inch pies and close to 500,000 8-ich pies a week in addition to private label pies.
In the years since Table Talk Pies was saved, it has positioned itself for explosive growth, building a new 50,000 square-foot factory and bringing back its iconic retail store, both in Worcester, where the company is headquartered. It had been 20 years since Table Talk operated a retail store.
Table Talk’s 8-inch salted caramel apple and 4-inch pecan pies recently won the company two National Pie Championship awards, and earlier this year Kokkinis accepted a “Business of the Year” award from the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Kokkinis will tell Table Talk’s comeback story - how the company returned to its roots, expanded, and become part of Worcester’s renaissance.
In addition, the Chamber will recognize Christine Maiwald as the new Executive Director of Unify Against Bullying.
Business@Breakfast is a monthly series, which pays tribute to individuals, businesses and organizations for major contributions to civic and economic growth and for actions which reflect honor on the region.
Tickets are $25.00 for Springfield Regional Chamber members in advance ($30 at the door) and $35 for general admission in advance ($40 at the door). Reservations are suggested. Contact Jessica Hill
|Where:||The Colony Club|
1500 Main Street
|What:||WGBY Kids Fan Day is like a comic book convention for PBS KIDS. Meet Curious George, Arthur, the Cat in the Hat, and Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Get creative, play games, dance, and sing -- all in celebration of PBS KIDS. |
On Saturday, Nov. 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, WGBY and a dozen local education-focused communty and cultural partners are coming together for WGBY KIids Fan Day.
Children can come dressed as their favorite PBS KIDS characters, see live animals from ZOO in Forest Park and Education Center, and much more.
TICKETS AND DETAILS: http://wgby.org/fanday
**PLUS** Every ticket comes with a free kids-sized ice cream courtesy of Cold Stone Creamery Springfield.
All proceeds from WGBY Kids Fan Day benefit educational programming for western New England Children.
10am - 3pm
|Where:|| Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame|
|What:||This is a FREE event for those who are Uninsured or Underinsured to receive FREE Health Screenings for Men & Women provided by St. Francis Hospital's Health Center and Curtis D. Robinson Center for Health Equity. There will be other speakers including Dr.Allie Mendelson from "Maximized Living" and various vendors. So invite a friend or family member to enjoy and get enriched!|
10: 00 am to 3:00 pm
|Where:||Grace & Glory Church|
1600 King Street
|What:||The Knights and Ladies of St. Peter Claver welcomes you to join us in prayer for a cure and prevention of dementia in all its forms. Christ says, “For where two or three have gathered together in My name, I am there in their midst." Matthew 18:20|
All caretakers, family members, and service providers, along with their loved ones are encouraged to come share in prayer. A light reception will follow.
|Where:||St. Michael's Cathedral|
260 State Street
|What:||We back in the Field !! |
Springfield...you couldn't make it to our Connecticut Pop- Up events?
We are holding a Styled Trunk Show at my favorite place and yours...Ethics Beauty Supply
Come see all of Fall Fashions and get a sneak peek at our upcoming Winter styles.
So come out and enjoy all the fun with us!!!!
10am - 4pm
|Where:||Ethics Beauty Supply|
1142 State St., Ste $
|What:||Please join us as we celebrate a fantastic growing season, GTC's youth leaders and our accomplishments|
over the past year.
We will be serving up delicious homemade pancakes (including our very own harvest pancake)
with amazing homemade toppings
and apple compote, banana milk, orange juice, coffee and tea
Donations will be gratefully accepted in support of GTC's food justice work.
Advance tickets $5/person, $3/child (under 13) available until Nov. 2
10am - 12pm
|Where:||Gardening The Community|
1 Federal St
|What:||We invite you to attend our Open House for Prospective Students, Sunday, Nov. 5. |
Join us for a special Open House that will include a tour of our new facility on Wendover Road in Springfield and a presentation at St. Michael’s Academy. Registration is required to participate in this event. Deadline to register is Wednesday, Nov. 1. Click here to register: http://bit.ly/2ygqDX1.
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
|Where:||Pope Francis High School|
99 Wendover Road
|What:||The Professional Women's Chamber of Western Massachusetts (PWC), a division of The Springfield Regional Chamber, will present a luncheon on November 8, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Springfield Country Club, 1375 Elm Street, West Springfield. Jasmina Becar will be the keynote speaker.|
A political refugee from Bosnia, Becar is the author of Childhood Interrupted: From Bosnia to America. She was 11 years old when tragedy struck her life in war-torn Bosnia. Striving for a better future for her family, Becar translated from Bosnian to English for various journalists to earn money for her father upon his release from a concentration camp. Compelling and captivating, Childhood Interrupted is her diary from that time, now translated into English. It is a true story of strength, determination, and hope.
Becar, a philanthropist and businesswoman, will discuss her journey from war-torn Bosnia to Western Massachusetts. She has persevered over massive obstacles including prejudice, poverty and assimilation into a new culture. Becar has been featured on talk shows and CBS News and to talk about her story and her core values of education, humanity and positive attitude.
She and her family came to the United States with one bag of clothes, donated by the International Red Cross. She graduated from the University of Connecticut with a BA in International Affairs and also earned a Master’s Degree in Political Science and Government from the university.
Tickets are $35 for PWC members, $40 for general admission, and may be purchased online. For more information and for discounted student tickets, email Jessica Hill.
11:30am - 1pm
|Where:||Springfield Country Club|
1375 Elm Street
West Springfield, MA
|What:||This is going to be an epic concert night out with your favorite Q artists! |
Here's the Lineup:
Seventh Time Down
Brock Gill (Illusionist)
Friends & Family 4-Pack: $20.00
Groups of 10+: $18.00
Plus 2 FREE tickets with a group of 10 or more!
(For Group Ticket Questions: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-855-484-1991)
Ultimate VIP Experience: $100.00
Ultimate VIP Experience includes all of the perks of the Premium Package PLUS a pre-show photo op w/ Newsboys & other Big Church Night Out artists, and coupon for a discount at the Big Church Night Out merchandise table.
Premium Package: $45.00
Premium Package includes early entrance, best seats, a special tour laminate and a pre-show Q&A with the Newsboys & other Big Church Night Out artists.
Doors open at 5pm; Show 6pm
|Where:||William D. Mullins Memorial Center|
200 Commonwealth Avenue
|What:||SNEMN Women of Influence hosts an annual women’s conference in November! You take a break from your schedule, and we provide a weekend of life-giving community. The weekend will encourage, inspire, and empower you! It will be a moment marked in time where you experience God and community with others like never before!|
I Am: Conference 2017
Who am I? This question constantly replays itself in all of our minds. We long to know and be our true authentic self, yet who is that? What does that person look like? Join us for the “Identity Project”. This November 16-18 at the annual Women’s Conference, we will discover the power of Christ in us. Through Christ, we find freedom to live fully. Join us as we reclaim identity and purpose.
Featuring Guest Artist: Meredith Andrews
Christan Causey is an Ordained Minister and is the Network Women's Director for SNEMN. She and her husband Brad, have three beautiful, young children. They have been ministering in New England for over 8 years, and currently are taking on the adventurous calling to be church planters! Christan believes that God wants to equip and empower women to know and be known by Him, and as a result to love and lead well. If you want to discover more about Christan and her ministry, you can delve deep into her blog at: www.christancausey.com
Guy Pratap lives in the Boston area, and is Co-pastor of Mass Impact Church, Dedham, MA. She is the wife of Ramey, and homeschooling mom of three. She is: an over-worked laundress and weary housekeeper, voracious reader, Word-aholic, professional tutor, public speaker, and conversation-lover with a weakness for chocolates and Bible collections! Born and raised a Hindu 'Brahmin", practicing rituals and chanting mantras, Guy met Jesus 16 years ago, and darkness turned to light! Her heart is to see women everywhere overcome spiritual darkness, and live confidently in Christ's glorious freedom!
Regular Admission: $75
Student Admission (16 – 26): $35
Meet and Greet (limited to 25 seats): $15
Hotel rate (reserve on your own): $121 (per night stay)
|When:||2017-11-16 through 2017-09-18|
1pm : 11am
|Where:||Sturbridge Host Hotel|
366 Main St.
|What:||Enjoy worship led by Dove award-winning music artist, Meredith Andrews, inspiring speakers, workshops, activities and more at this regional Conference held in Sturbridge, MA.|
|When:||2017-11-16 through 2017-11-18|
2pm on Thursday to noon on Sat
|Where:||Sturbridge Host and Conference Center|
366 Main Street
|What:||All are invited to Bethany's annual Christmas Fair & Luncheon. We offer handcrafted jewelry, seasonal decor, bake sale and tag sale. Lunch is served both days from 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.|
|When:||2017-11-17 through 2017-11-18|
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Friday
|Where:||Bethany Assembly of God|
580 Main Street
|What:||On November 18th, 2017 Bryann Trejo of Kingdom Muzic will be coming to New London, Connecticut to spread the LOVE of Jesus Christ. In an effort to help make this event possible we would love to partner with you! My wife and I had were drawn to Bryann Trejo through his testimony and the messages in his music, but mostly because of his heart for revival. Devoted husband and father of beautiful children, Bryann admits his first ministry is his family. (Our goal would be to bring his entire family here with him, if we are able to raise the funds.) He’s a man who walks his talk and who we believe, carries a timely message for the body of Christ. This is why we want to do what we can to support the work Bryann Trejo and Kingdom Muzic are doing. New London, CT needs to know that they are not without hope. It’s time to wake up, New England … we believe that God has given us a vision for this region and your donation will help us in our endeavor to bring hope to this region. This isn’t just entertainment.|
Meet Bryann Trejo... Bryann “Kingdom Minded” Trejo’s story is one not only one of God’s overcoming power but also of His redeeming grace. Born in Corpus Cristi, TX, Bryann had a troubled childhood, to say the least. To say he made some bad choices would be an understatement. This troubled path reached it’s tipping point when Bryann was charged with 2 counts of attempted murder. It was during this very dark time in Bryann’s life, while awaiting trial, when he made the choice to give his life over to God . What was to be a 30 year prison sentence was reduced to 7 years plus time served. Bryann was then released on good behavior after serving only 4 years in prison. Shortly after Bryann was released from prison, came another traumatic blow. Bryann got word that his identical twin brother, Ryan Trejo (also a Christian Rapper), was murdered. Bryann came face to face with the truest testing of his faith and found himself challenged as thoughts of revenge clenched his mind in his excruciating pain. But, with God’s help, Bryann overcame this and instead of seeking revenge, he chose to love the murderers of his brother. This is where Bryann’s choice to press into God for comfort, healing and forgiveness resulted in the catapulting of what we now know as Kingdom Muzic.
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|Where:||Hope City Church|
931 Bank Street
New London, CT
|What:||FREE Children's Event. Gene Cordova and his cast of characters will lead you through a Gospel Adventure full of fun and laughter to deliver the life changing good news of Jesus Christ.|
Adults and children are captivated by the dynamic and hilarious perspectives that Gene Cordova brings to favorite Bible characters and stories. Through ventriloquism, illusions, comedy, colorful balloon twisting, audience participation and high-energy antics, everyone shares in this exciting adventure.
|Where:||Bethany Assembly of God|
580 Main Street
|What:||Fellow alumni, come out to the 3rd Annual Chicopee Comp Alumni Football game! It will be fun for the whole family, and a time to catch up with new and old friends. Game time is 6 PM at the Chicopee Comp Football Field. For more information, please contact John Griffin.|
|Where:||Chicopee Comp Football Field|
617 Montgomery Street
|What:||Spirit of the Season 2017 - The Office of Advancement at Pope Francis High School invites you to experience a delightful evening of holiday music, hors d'oeuvres, cash bar, silent and live auction, and vibrant fellowship. You can share in the generosity of the spirit by joining our families and friends for the Spirit of the Season on Thursday, Dec. 7 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. |
During Spirit of the Season, the PFHS foyer will be festively transformed in celebration of the season - and of our school! Your participation will represent your belief in our students and the future of our school. All proceeds will directly benefit student programs and activities at Pope Francis High School.
For more information or to purchase event tickets, please contact Dianne Regnier at email@example.com or call (413) 331-2480, ext. 1271.
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
|Where:||Pope Francis High School|
134 Springfield Street
|Phone:||(413) 331-2480, ext.|
|What:||There are homeless mothers with children in Springfield. A reality that is hard to imagine, but you can do something about.|
You can help make a difference by attending The Christina's House 5th Annual Ball. You can enjoy an evening at the ball over an elegant dinner, dancing, live entertainment, and a live and silent auction. All net proceeds will benefit Christina's House, a 501c3 non-profit organization.
Christina’s House was designed to provide transitional housing for women and their children but more importantly to offer and provide emotional, spiritual, physical support, and education as they transition from homelessness to permanent, stable living environments.
Imagine what your support will accomplish for a mom with kids facing homelessness right now? Imagine how your help will support those moms and their children who are currently residing at Christina's House?
Effect change in our city! Register now and save $15 before October 28th. Visit www.christinashouse.org today.
The Ride to Remember proudly presents this year’s ball is in coordination with the Basketball Hall of Fame and Max Catering and Events.
|Where:||Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of fame|
1000 West Columbus Avenue