Sunday, December 9, 2012

Flyer Frenzy! Things to do of interest and intrigue discovered on selected posters in Northampton.

Meat for Tea in collaboration with RANT traveling gallery and Sonelab present an evening of music, art, spoken word and more featuring the music of Thick Voltage and Tovarish, art from Kristilyn, Rick Beaupre, Christina Gusek, Adam Mulcahy and and Eric N. Peterson, spoken word, and more to celebrate the new issue of Meat For Tea: The Valley Review. $5 Suggested Donation.  SONELAB 142 Pleasant Street Easthampton this Saturday, December 15th from 7:30 to Midnight   Facebook Event

The 8th Annual Stars & Skulls Crafty Craft Fair Saturday, December 15th from 1pm to 7pm at the World War II Club at 50 Conz Street in Northampton. Organized by PVRD's co-founders, Pink Panzer and Bazooka Joe, Stars & Skulls is the Valley's original DIY alternative craft fair. The fair will feature dozens of vendors selling locally made jewelery, clothing, toys, tasty treats, housewares, comics, and much more! If you're looking for unique and affordable holiday gifts, look no further.  PVRD will also have a table where we'll be hawking merch and other goodies, and to answer any questions you might have. Curious about PVRD? Want to become a member or just profess your undying love? Talk to them at the Crafty Craft Fair! As always, admission and parking are free.

Smith College MFAS Dance Event: Everything's all already alright is this Thursay December 13th at 7PM at Scott Dance Studio in the Gym. This annual fall performance will feature new works by first year MFA candidates: Shaina Cantino, Sara Coffin, Safi Harriott and Mat Elder. It’s always a crowd-pleasing event with limited seating so plan to arrive early. Tickets: $1.00. Reservations are highly recommended due to limited seating, to reserve please contact:

Amherst Winter Farmers Market every Saturday through March (except 1/19) 10AM-2PM at Amherst Regional Middle School 170 Chestnut Street  

Mike is a reputable, friendly guy and a great drummer. But you need reading glasses to see the phone number on his tear tags so I will save you aspiring skins-men and women the eye strain: 413-348-1841 or

This landscaping service exhibits a lot of personality and lists a San Francisco area code. Given that it's time to shovel snow, not mow, I'm not really sure what to say here but thought it was worth sharing if only for its graphic impact.

And another event and gallery worth knowing about: (Click FOE logo for more)

A night of Q&A with Bwana Spoons

FOE hosts their first ever crazy fun experimental Q & A w Bwana Spoons

Bwana Spoons: High Party

December 14-January 6. Opening reception Friday, December 14, 6-9pm.
Portland, OR artist and wizard Bwana Spoons leaves his Grass Hut and heads East to visit FOE’s tree house in the happy valley.

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