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  1. Artifacts Inspire: Art Walk at the Amherst Historical Society

    May 5, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Simeon Strong House

    Our May 5th Art Walk event is the opening reception for Artifacts Inspire, the array of more than twenty fiber art works created by members of Fiber Artists of Western MA. In May 2015 the Amherst Historical Society and Museum invited the nine members of the group to tour the collection and create pieces that reflected their curiosity about and fascination with what they saw. The diversity of pieces in the show includes both literal representations and more abstract musings about the items which the various artists chose to reflect upon. The artifacts are exhibited with the works they inspired. These inspired pieces represent the many media which these nine women explore in their work. Group members include Nina Campagnon, Sally Dillon, Rebecca Fricke, Martha May, Martha G. Robinson, Flo Rosenstock, Debby Slavitt, Margaret Stancer, and Nancy Young.

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  2. Artist Reception for Ed Kaplan, Painter

    May 5, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Amherst Town Hall

    Join us on Thursday, May 5, from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM during the Amherst Art Walk for the opening reception of painter Ed Kaplan's exhibit, Photorealistic Paintings, at the Town Hall Gallery. Ed's inspiration comes from the urban landscape. According to the artist, "These metropolitan scenes are an inspiration to me, as they capture a time and place in history, each with their own unique energy, luminosity, and shadow but, most importantly, a story. My objective is to continue exploring and observing these urban dwellings and haunts to find inspiration I can use to capture on my canvas. My ultimate intent is for the observer to gain the same perspective I viewed, when they explore my work. Since I first began painting, I have always painted in a photorealistic style. My current works retain the photo realistic aspect, but with a painterly hand as well."

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  3. Trivia Night at the Jones Library

    May 5, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Jones Library Woodbury Room

    Mark "Harpo" Power has offered to be our Trivia Host on the first Thursday of each month. Enjoy the First Thursday Art Walk, and then join us for Trivia Night. Bring your friends and family! * Doors open at 6 PM * 2 rounds of 15 questions * Come as a team or form teams on the spot – maximum of 5 per team * Prizes & refreshments * Suggested donation of $5-$10 per person – proceeds to benefit the Jones Library

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  4. Film & Discussion: Just a Piece of Cloth

    May 12, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Jones Library Woodbury Room

    Join us for the next film in this ongoing film and discussion series that may educate you, touch your heart, and inspire you to action to help dismantle racism. Just a Piece of Cloth is a new documentary that unravels stereotypes perpetuated by the mainstream media about Muslim women, the hijab, and other issues of Islamophobia and racism. A facilitated discussion will follow the screening. Co-sponsored by the Jones Library and Coming Together.

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  5. What the House Remembers: A Discussion of Three Poems by Robert Francis

    May 12, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Jones Library Special Collections

    Join us for an evening honoring the late Amherst poet, Robert Francis. The event will be led by poet and writer Wally Swist, a longstanding resident of Amherst, who paid weekly visits to Francis during the last three years of his life. Swist will read three poems and facilitate a discussion based upon questions provided by the Mass Poetry Common Threads Program.

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  6. Ukulele Strum-Along

    May 15, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM @ Jones Library Amherst Room

    Come play music with a growing community of ukulele players in the Valley. Bring your own or borrow one of ours. Easy songs, laid back instruction, and a lot of fun. Led by Julie Calamine. Sign up required to borrow a ukulele. Call the library at 413-259-3091.

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