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  1. Youth Ecovillage Summit

    April 24, 4:30 PM - April 27, 3:30 PM @ Sirius Community

    The first-ever Youth Ecovillage Summit held in North America will take place this April at an ecovillage called Sirius Community in Massachusetts. All young or aspiring communitarians are invited to gather for several days of intense sustainability learning, deep connection, and powerful inspiration at a thriving decades-old ecovillage. The Summit is hosted by NextGEN, a youth-run organization committed to empowering young people to build the world of our generation and launch the next wave of the ecovillage movement. Registration is now open for the Youth Ecovillage Summit at www.nextgenna.org Scholarships and work-exchange opportunities are available through the website to help negate the costs of registration. Whether you have just heard of the word sustainability or have already founded your own ecovillage - come learn, grow, and connect with us.

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  2. Free Medication Collection/Disposal Event

    April 26, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Parking lot of the Wildwood School, 71 Strong Street, Amherst

    Do you have a cabinet full of old medication? Dispose of it safely and easily at the free drug/medication take back event. Members of the Hampshire County Sheriffs Office and the Amherst Seniors and Law Enforcement Together Council (SALT) will assist in this event. All medications well be accepted for disposal except Liquids, Syringes, IV Equipment or Chemotherapy Drugs.

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  3. Too Human in Concert: The Great American Songbook & Beyond

    April 29, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Jones Library

    Too Human regulars Roger Bruno and Ellen Schwartz will be joined by Dave Zox on upright bass as the band explores a celebration of song with jazzy, bluesy originals and jazz standards. Performed with vocals, guitar, percussion and upright bass with innovation and humor, the songs and arrangements are fresh and touch the spirit of audiences, whatever their age. There will be CDs available for purchase at the event.

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