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  1. Barks & Brews 2018

    June 24, 2018, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Fort Hill Brewery

    Dakin Humane Society’s Barks & Brews, will return to Fort Hill Brewery in Easthampton, MA on Sunday, June 24, 2018 from 1:00pm – 5:00pm, with a special VIP hour starting at 12:00pm. This event is for ages 21+. Tickets are not available through Fort Hill and only available on Tickets are $25 for general admission (1:00pm – 5:00pm) and $50 for VIP admission (12:00pm). All dogs are complimentary. Proceeds from the event directly support Dakin Humane Society’s mission to deliver effective, innovative services that improve the lives of animals in need and the people who care about them. For more information or to become a sponsor or event volunteer, contact Stacey Price at or 413-781-4000 ext. 121.

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  2. Economic Development Forum #3

    June 27, 2018, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Town Hall > Town Room

    The third Economic Development Forum will include presentation of final reports on key economic indicators, retail market analysis, and strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats analysis. Businesses, residents, and other interested parties are encouraged to attend.

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  3. Construction Employment Opportunities: North Square at the Mill District

    June 28, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM @ Amherst Survival Center

    Keith Construction, Inc. is pleased to accept employment applications for all construction trades including, laborers, carpenters, painters, floor layers, plumbers and electricians for the exciting upcoming North Square at the Mill District project. The anticipated start date is June 2018 and anticipated completion is November 2019. General Scope of Work: The project is the new construction of 130 residential units, and ground floor commercial space and will include site-work, landscaping, paving, fencing, concrete, masonry, misc. metals, all carpentry trades, siding, roofing, doors & hardware, gypsum wall board, flooring, painting, signage, appliances, elevators, plumbing, fire protection, mechanical, electrical, lighting and fire alarm.

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  4. Amherst ValleyBike Share Launch!

    June 28, 2018, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Town Hall

    The ValleyBike bikeshare system officially launches on Thursday, June 28th. The Town of Amherst will offer an opportunity for individuals to test ride the bikes from 3-4 PM in the northern half of the North Common parking lot located at the corner of South Pleasant and Main Streets. Those interested in testing the bikes are encouraged to bring their own helmets. “We’re really excited to have an additional transportation option for our residents,” said Town Manager, Paul Bockelman. “This has been a great regional collaborative process and we are proud to highlight the Town’s commitment to environmental goals and stewardship.” A limited number of free ride passes will be made available to those who attend the event. ValleyBike strongly encourages the use of helmets and strict adherence to bike safety rules and regulations. For further information, please contact Sustainability Coordinator Stephanie Ciccarello at or phone (413) 259-3149.

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  5. Garden Tour - Old Lands, New Gardens

    June 30, 2018, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Amherst Historical Society

    Self-guided tour of six extraordinary Amherst-area private gardens new to the Garden Tour this year--each created by the current owner. Flat lands & hills, woodlands & open spaces are all represented in this rich array of what is possible with vision, luck with mother nature-and hard work! These gardens are all the work of the current owners inspired by the natural scenic landscapes, heritage, and childhood memories. At the Simeon Strong House, along with the 18th century garden, enjoy the work of ecological designers, TK Design Lab. Tour-goers will be able to explore ideas about home gardens as unique plant communities emphasizing how these communities will change as homeowners and designers respond to the effects of climate change. Tickets and tour maps available for purchase online at and in person at A.J. Hastings, Andrews Greenhouse, and Hadley Garden Center. Tickets are also available the day of the tour at the Simeon Strong.

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