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

Learn to Use Kanopy

Greenfield Public Library 412 Main St, Greenfield, MA, United States

Have you always wanted to learn how to use Kanopy to watch movies and documentaries --  for free with your Greenfield Public Library card (sorry, but it only works with a GPL card) -- but haven't gotten around to asking the Information Services staff how to do it?  Now is your opportunity!   On Monday, May 20 at 10am, Lisa Prolman will be teaching a class on using Kanopy for anyone who wants to learn how to access this fabulous resource.  You can bring your own device or use one of ours! If you need to use one of our devices, registration is required (we only have 7!). For more information, or to register for a device, contact us at librarian@greenfield-ma.gov, or call (413) 772-1544 x5103. This program is free, and open to all Greenfield Public Library Card holders.

Free

Button Making with Maddie and Izzy (Drop In)

Greenfield Public Library 412 Main St, Greenfield, MA, United States

  Drop by the Teen Room  and get creative with teen volunteers Maddie and Izzy and make your very own one-of-a-kind buttons for your backpack, jacket, etc… For more information contact Teen Librarian Francesca Passiglia at francesca.passiglia@greenfield-ma.gov This program, generously sponsored by the Friends of the Greenfield Public Library, is free and intended for middle and high school aged youth.

Free
Event Series GPL Lego Club (drop-in)

GPL Lego Club (drop-in)

Greenfield Public Library 412 Main St, Greenfield, MA, United States

Come be a part of the kids' GPL Lego Club! Legos will be available to play with in the Children's Room every Monday from 3:30 - 5pm. Complete one of the given challenges or make your own creation to be put on display until the next week. This program, made possible through the generosity of the Friends of the Greenfield Public Library, is free and recommended for children age 3+. For more information, contact Children’s Librarian Ellen Lavoie at ellen.lavoie@greenfield-ma.gov or call 413-772-1544 x5104.

Free
Event Series Chess Club

Chess Club

Greenfield Public Library 412 Main St, Greenfield, MA, United States

Meet up with other chess players on the 2nd floor of the Greenfield Public Library. All ages and skill levels are welcome, for both casual and serious games. Chess instruction is available for beginners, and anyone wanting to learn the game. Chess sets will be provided, but feel free to bring your own! This program is free and open to all, but children must be accompanied by an adult.

Free
Event Series MONDAY NIGHT DND

MONDAY NIGHT DND

Four Phantoms Brewing Co. 301 Wells Street, Greenfield, MA, United States

Have you been missing DND nights at Four Phantoms? Now that it’s cozy season, we’re bringing them back. Spike will host one-shots on Monday nights from 6-9 beginning 12/12. These are self-contained adventures designed to be played in a single session, so attend one when you can, or join every week. Arrive at 5:30pm for food and drinks and to get settled, and we’ll begin promptly at 6:00.

Free

2024 Studio Ghibli Fest: CASTLE IN THE SKY

Greenfield Garden Cinema 361 Main St., Greenfield, MA, United States

Castle in the Sky is a timeless story of courage and friendship, with stunning animation from acclaimed Academy Award®-winning director Hayao Miyazaki. This high-flying adventure begins when Pazu, an engineer’s apprentice, spies a young girl, Sheeta, floating down from the sky, held aloft by a glowing pendant. Both Sheeta and Pazu are searching for the legendary floating castle, Laputa, and they vow to travel there together to unravel the mystery of the luminous crystal. But their quest won’t be easy, as soon they are being pursued by greedy air pirates, the military, and secret government agents, who all seek the power Sheeta alone can control.The English-dubbed cast includes the vocal talents of Anna Paquin, James Van Der Beek, Cloris Leachman, Mark Hamill, Mandy Patinkin, and more! CAST: Keiko Yokozawa, Mayumi Tanaka, Minori Terada, Kotoe Hatsui, Fujio Tokita, IchirÅ? Nagai DIRECTOR: Hayao Miyazaki RUN TIME: 124 min

$11.50

Meditative Writing (Drop In): The U. S. Constitution

Greenfield Public Library 412 Main St, Greenfield, MA, United States

Starting on March 5, Massachusetts Primary Election Day, and continuing throughout this year’s election season, stop by the Greenfield Public Library’s Local History Room on Tuesdays to copy and reflect on the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. Take a break from the hectic, often frenzied, election news coverage to study, reflect, and increase your understanding of our rights as citizens of the United States.   Copies of the documents and writing materials will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own! This program is free and open to everyone in our community.

Free

Book Babies with Ellen Lavoie

Greenfield Public Library 412 Main St, Greenfield, MA, United States

Story time is back, babies! Join Children’s Librarian, Ellen Lavoie, in the new Children’s Room for reading, lap bouncing, and singing on Tuesdays at 10:00 am. It’s a great way to meet other babies, new parents, and caregivers! Recommended ages for this 30-minute program are birth-18 months. For more information, contact Children’s Librarian Ellen Lavoie at ellen.lavoie@greenfield-ma.gov or call (413) 772-1544 x5104. This program, made possible through the generosity of the Friends of the Greenfield Public Library, is free and open to the public.

Free
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

Learn to Use Libby

Greenfield Public Library 412 Main St, Greenfield, MA, United States

Have you always wanted to learn how to use Libby to read ebooks, listen to e-audios on your phone, iPad, or tablet, or read magazines --  for free with your library card -- but haven't gotten around to asking the Information Services staff how to do it?  Now is your opportunity!   On Tuesday, May 21 at 11:00 am, Shawn Fellows will be teaching a class on using Libby for anyone who wants to learn how to access this fabulous resource. You can bring your own device or use one of ours! If you need to use one of our devices, registration is required (we only have 7!). For more information, and to register for a device, contact us at librarian@greenfield-ma.gov, or call (413) 772-1544 x5103. This program is free, and open to all Massachusetts Library Card holders. 

Free

Collaborative Resolutions Group Information Session

Greenfield Public Library 412 Main St, Greenfield, MA, United States

Nina Gordon and Jake Kuhn of the Collaborative Resolutions Group will be at the Greenfield Public Library on Tuesday, May 21, from 2:00 -3:30 pm, to answer questions and offer information about their  programs and services. The Collaborative Resolutions Group mission is to increase individuals’ and organizations’ capacity to communicate effectively, manage differences, resolve conflict, and work collaboratively. They offer customized mediation, training, facilitation, restorative practices processes, and conflict coaching services online, over the phone, and (when possible) in-person. Their services are offered at sliding scale rates, and no one is turned away for inability to pay.  The heart of CRG’s work comes from listening to community needs, training and serving community members, and encouraging a culturally inclusive space. They are committed internally, and in their external work with community members, to developing equity, empowerment, and collaboration in sustainable ways. This program is free and open to everyone in our community.

Free