May 26, 2022
May 28, 2022 - May 29, 2022
21 Mattoon Street
May 30, 2022
May 30, 2022
44-48 Belchertown Road
June 2, 2022
44 North Pleasant Street
When: May 26, 2022 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: District 5 Open Hours
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This month we will be joined by our new Director of CRESS, Earl Miller. You can come hear from Earl and ask any questions you might have about CRESS and the progress towards our new model of community safety. We will provide some quick updates on what is happening with the Council, but will reserve most of the time for conversation and questions. Registration required (see link). This meeting will be in the Webinar style, please raise your hand when you enter the webinar to be brought into the "room". If you have any questions, please reach out to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Native American Intertribal & Competition Dancing, Traditional and contemporary Native American crafts, Indigenous food, Eastern Social Songs & Stomp Dance exhibition, audience participation dances, clothing, jewelry, flute music, fundraiser raffle and auction.
All non-emergency Town Offices will be closed on Monday, May 30th and will reopen on Tuesday, May 31st. Please plan your visits accordingly.
The parade starts by gathering at 9:00 a.m. at the Town Common, followed by a ceremony at the War Memorial Pool on Matoon St. The short parade will go from the Amherst Town Common through the center of Town, down North Pleasant Street, up Triangle Street to the flagpole near the War Memorial swimming pool.
The Veterans Service Organizations of Amherst, as well as Central Hampshire Veteran Services, have planned this year’s remembrance with marching units from American Legion Post 148 and VFW Post 754, as well as Amherst Police and Fire departments. There will be other civic and youth organizations participating like previous years.
Here is a google map with a marker for the garden.
Located behind Verite building - look for the gravel down-sloping driveway
These "Community Days" are hosted by the Fort River Garden Circle, a group of volunteers, Healthy Hampshire and Conservation Department staff that have been hard at work getting the garden ready.
Come to one of the Community Days to:
Talk to current volunteers and decide if you'd like to apply for a garden plot
Help out with garden tasks that need to be done
Get a tour of the garden area