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Greenfield Bee Fest 2024

Second Congregational Church 16 Court Square

The 14th Greenfield Bee Fest is on Saturday, May 18, 2024 from 9:00-12:15. Paint a hive, Join Pollinator's Parade, play bee games, check out our permanent bee sculptures downtown, make a flower crown, learn about beekeeping, & much more! ​Greenfield Bee Fest 2024 Downtown Greenfield, Massachusetts Saturday May 18th 9am to 12noon ​Children of all ages are invited to come dressed as their favorite pollinator or flower Children’s Activities (Adults, please remain with your children) 9am – 12:15pm  On the lawn of Second Congregational Church, 16 Court Square Create your own Flower Hat Make air-dried clay beads with an Artspace leader Paint a bee mural or poster Bee Games 11am  Pollinator Parade through the Farmer’s Market and around the Town Common led by Expandable Brass Band (costumes encouraged) 11:15am  Bee Pinata 11:30am Lorenzo Langstroth birthday cake Activities for all ages 9am-12:15pm On the lawn of Second Congregational Church Add your artistic touch to a Langstroth Beehive Box, using paints provided. Artists of all abilities are welcome to contribute color and creativity to these hives that will soon be installed at Franklin County apiaries. Bee Bazaar. We have curated the most unique, fun, practical, and outrageous bee gifts you’ve ever seen. Something for everyone!…

Greenfield Farmers’ Market

Court Square Court Square, Greenfield

Start Saturdays Fresh! With local food, music, coffee, and community. The Greenfield Farmers' Market is held every Saturday from 9:00 am-1:30 pm in Court Square. With 25-30 rotating booths featuring fresh, locally grown produce & fruit, meat & eggs, baked goods, crafts, and more, there's something for everyone! Plus, live music, fresh coffee, and activities. Visit our Instagram, Facebook, or sign up for our newsletter to learn about the weekly vendor and music lineup. Rain or shine! Some vendors are CASH ONLY! Most vendors accept cash, debit cards, Credit Cards, Venmo, and SNAP-EBT cards. ***EBT Card users: Many vendors have their own EBT card readers. If they don't, you can still use your SNAP and earn your HIP reward, using our receipt system. Instead of buying tokens at the manager booth, vendors will give you a receipt for your purchase that you will bring to the manager, who will run the transaction for you. Then, give the receipt back to the vendor in exchange for your items! Visit our manager booth to learn more about using SNAP/HIP at the market.

Event Series All Recovery Meeting

All Recovery Meeting

The RECOVER Project 68 Federal St 68 Federal St, Greenfield

All Recovery Meetings are open to all pathways of Recovery. This is an open meeting where people share what they are doing to support their recovery. These meetings are held in a Hybrid format daily Mon-Fri and Zoom only on Saturday. Located at The RECOVER Project 68 Federal St, Zoom ID 413 774 5489 password 7745489


Enjoy a short 30-minute free movie at the GARDEN. A great break from the hustle and bustle of BeeFest. This is the perfect opportunity to introduce your little ones to the movies. This classic cartoon from 1961 is sure to be fun for the whole family, so don't forget to bring the grandparents. We promise you'll have a honey of a time! And don't forget to check out our Movie Bee outside the theater.


Japanese Folktales & Origami for Families with Motoko

Greenfield Public Library 412 Main St, Greenfield

Join us in the Community Meeting Room on Saturday, May 18, at 11:00 am for a special family storytime! Families with children aged 5+ are invited to join Motoko for folktales and origami. This program is free, but registration  is required. Register through the events calendar on our website at https://greenfieldpl.libcal.com/event/11483512. For more information, contact Children’s Librarian Ellen Lavoie at ellen.lavoie@greenfield-ma.gov or call (413) 772-1544 x5104.  This program is funded in part by a grant from the Greenfield Cultural Council, a local agency supported by the Mass Cultural Council, along with support from the Friends of the Greenfield Public Library.


Four Phantoms Brewing Co. 301 Wells Street, Greenfield

Reflective and dynamic, the Periscope Jazz Trio brings entertaining new perspectives to classic jazz standards. Featuring Jon Oltman (bass), Perry Friedman (piano), Bruce Kelley (drums), and special guest Rick Page (sax).

Rosemary Caine and The Wilde Irish Shenanigans

Hawks & Reed Ballroom 289 Main St., Greenfield

A Celebration of Celtic MusicGet ready to kick off the Season of St. Patrick with a spirited celebration featuring the beloved Rosemary Caine and The Wilde Irish Shenanigans at Hawks and Reed! Renowned for their infectious energy and eclectic Celtic multi-instrumental repertoire, this ensemble promises a night of musical magic that will have you tapping your feet and dancing in the aisles.The lineup features an array of talented musicians:Rosemary Caine on harp and bodhrán,Chris Devine showcasing his mastery on viola, violin, flute, mandolin, and tin whistle,Lynn Lovell holding down the bass,Michael Morgan strumming the guitar,Robin Pfoutz on cello,Rock Mauran on drums and percussion, andBrooke Steinhauser leading the vocals.Immerse yourself in the enchanting sounds of Celtic music as this dynamic group weaves a tapestry of melodies and rhythms, transporting you to the heart of Ireland.Tickets are available for $20 in advance and $25 on the day of the show. The doors open at 7:30 PM, setting the stage for an evening of lively entertainment. The show kicks off at 8:00 PM and continues until 9:30 PM, ensuring a night filled with laughter, joy, and the irresistible charm of Wilde Irish Shenanigans.Join us for a memorable experience as Rosemary Caine and The…