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  • Village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts - Volunteer for a Free Tee
    the towns of Halifax and Guilford Vermont The town is home to two state forests Catamount State Forest to the Southwest and half of the H O Cook State Forest The Town of Conway lies in the foothills of the Berkshires just west of the Connecticut River Valley a region rich in agriculture Conway shares boundaries with seven other towns Buckland and Shelburne Falls to the north Deerfield to the east and north Whately and Williamsburg to the south and Ashfield and Goshen to the west It is the first hilltown northbound on Route 116 The Town of Hawley Massachusetts was founded in 1792 and is located in Franklin County Hawley consists of about 340 year round residents and is one of the most wintery towns in Massachusetts The town has no stores and no industry but it does contain limited potato and dairy farms Hawley is the home of a true volunteer government Heath incorporated in 1785 is named after Revolutionary War General William Heath The town comprises a total area of 24 9 square miles with a population of 706 It is a Right To Farm Community with rolling hills stone walls forests and streams The Heath Agricultural Society Fair held two week ends before Labor Day annually features a lots of fun for young and old alike The Town of Plainfield Massachusetts was founded in 1807 and is located in Hampshire County Plainfield contains about 600 year round residents Those in the area are encouraged to stop at the Deer Hill State Reservation as well as the Dubuque Memorial State Forest for a relaxing day outdoors Enjoy the cool breeze and scenic views of Plainfield Massachusetts Rowe is a small hilltown bordered on the north by Whitingham VT It is nestled in an area of scenic beauty with wooded mountains clear brooks and the Deerfield River on its western border The Rowe Historical Society maintains a historical museum documenting the history of the town including the construction of the Hoosac Tunnel and much more Shelburne was first settled in 1756 as part of Deerfield Massachusetts known then as Deerfield Northwest It was initially organized as the district of Shelburne in 1768 named in honor of William Petty 2nd Earl of Shelburne and was officially incorporated as a town in 1775 Visitor Information Located on the scenic and historic Mohawk Trail in the Berkshire foothills Shelburne Falls Massachusetts and the surrounding area is rich with natural beauty talented artisans four season recreation and an atmosphere that will make you feel right at home More Visitor Info Attractions Cultural District Lights Camera Action Calendar There s just so much to do Where do you begin Here It s easy to make your trip eventful In the Greater Shelburne Falls Area something is always going on Whether you are looking for low key or adventure filled activities you ll be filling your calendar with reasons to love our region More Events Post an Event Thu Apr 28th 2016 Salmon Falls

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  • Village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts - Shirt Designs
    half of the H O Cook State Forest The Town of Conway lies in the foothills of the Berkshires just west of the Connecticut River Valley a region rich in agriculture Conway shares boundaries with seven other towns Buckland and Shelburne Falls to the north Deerfield to the east and north Whately and Williamsburg to the south and Ashfield and Goshen to the west It is the first hilltown northbound on Route 116 The Town of Hawley Massachusetts was founded in 1792 and is located in Franklin County Hawley consists of about 340 year round residents and is one of the most wintery towns in Massachusetts The town has no stores and no industry but it does contain limited potato and dairy farms Hawley is the home of a true volunteer government Heath incorporated in 1785 is named after Revolutionary War General William Heath The town comprises a total area of 24 9 square miles with a population of 706 It is a Right To Farm Community with rolling hills stone walls forests and streams The Heath Agricultural Society Fair held two week ends before Labor Day annually features a lots of fun for young and old alike The Town of Plainfield Massachusetts was founded in 1807 and is located in Hampshire County Plainfield contains about 600 year round residents Those in the area are encouraged to stop at the Deer Hill State Reservation as well as the Dubuque Memorial State Forest for a relaxing day outdoors Enjoy the cool breeze and scenic views of Plainfield Massachusetts Rowe is a small hilltown bordered on the north by Whitingham VT It is nestled in an area of scenic beauty with wooded mountains clear brooks and the Deerfield River on its western border The Rowe Historical Society maintains a historical museum documenting the history of the town including the construction of the Hoosac Tunnel and much more Shelburne was first settled in 1756 as part of Deerfield Massachusetts known then as Deerfield Northwest It was initially organized as the district of Shelburne in 1768 named in honor of William Petty 2nd Earl of Shelburne and was officially incorporated as a town in 1775 Visitor Information Located on the scenic and historic Mohawk Trail in the Berkshire foothills Shelburne Falls Massachusetts and the surrounding area is rich with natural beauty talented artisans four season recreation and an atmosphere that will make you feel right at home More Visitor Info Attractions Cultural District Lights Camera Action Calendar There s just so much to do Where do you begin Here It s easy to make your trip eventful In the Greater Shelburne Falls Area something is always going on Whether you are looking for low key or adventure filled activities you ll be filling your calendar with reasons to love our region More Events Post an Event Thu Apr 28th 2016 Salmon Falls Gallery Peggy Grose The Hawley Bog and Recent Works Thu Apr 28th 2016 Salmon Falls Gallery Juliet Seaver Buddha Nature Fri Apr

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  • Village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts - Vendor Information
    southwest and to the north are the towns of Halifax and Guilford Vermont The town is home to two state forests Catamount State Forest to the Southwest and half of the H O Cook State Forest The Town of Conway lies in the foothills of the Berkshires just west of the Connecticut River Valley a region rich in agriculture Conway shares boundaries with seven other towns Buckland and Shelburne Falls to the north Deerfield to the east and north Whately and Williamsburg to the south and Ashfield and Goshen to the west It is the first hilltown northbound on Route 116 The Town of Hawley Massachusetts was founded in 1792 and is located in Franklin County Hawley consists of about 340 year round residents and is one of the most wintery towns in Massachusetts The town has no stores and no industry but it does contain limited potato and dairy farms Hawley is the home of a true volunteer government Heath incorporated in 1785 is named after Revolutionary War General William Heath The town comprises a total area of 24 9 square miles with a population of 706 It is a Right To Farm Community with rolling hills stone walls forests and streams The Heath Agricultural Society Fair held two week ends before Labor Day annually features a lots of fun for young and old alike The Town of Plainfield Massachusetts was founded in 1807 and is located in Hampshire County Plainfield contains about 600 year round residents Those in the area are encouraged to stop at the Deer Hill State Reservation as well as the Dubuque Memorial State Forest for a relaxing day outdoors Enjoy the cool breeze and scenic views of Plainfield Massachusetts Rowe is a small hilltown bordered on the north by Whitingham VT It is nestled in an area of scenic beauty with wooded mountains clear brooks and the Deerfield River on its western border The Rowe Historical Society maintains a historical museum documenting the history of the town including the construction of the Hoosac Tunnel and much more Shelburne was first settled in 1756 as part of Deerfield Massachusetts known then as Deerfield Northwest It was initially organized as the district of Shelburne in 1768 named in honor of William Petty 2nd Earl of Shelburne and was officially incorporated as a town in 1775 Visitor Information Located on the scenic and historic Mohawk Trail in the Berkshire foothills Shelburne Falls Massachusetts and the surrounding area is rich with natural beauty talented artisans four season recreation and an atmosphere that will make you feel right at home More Visitor Info Attractions Cultural District Lights Camera Action Calendar There s just so much to do Where do you begin Here It s easy to make your trip eventful In the Greater Shelburne Falls Area something is always going on Whether you are looking for low key or adventure filled activities you ll be filling your calendar with reasons to love our region More Events Post an Event

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  • Village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts - Results
    top honors in the men s race was a newcomer Matthew Brooker of Albany NY who won handily over local favorite Dan Smith of Shelburne Falls Brooke broke the tape with a time of 33 50 while Smith came in at 33 32 Exactly a minute behind Brooker was the third place finisher Jon Korhonen of Somerville MA Brooker and Smith took off from the field almost immediately and separated Brooker held off a bid by Smith as they climbed Crittenden Hill and then Brooker took charge to win the race going away On the women s side Karen Bertasso returned this year after winning in her Bridge of Flowers debut in 2014 Her time of 37 46 beat Hannah Brooker who with husband Matthew was also making her first appearance at the Classic Third place went to Apryl Sabadosa of Westfield MA Bertasso was a full minute faster than a year ago when she beat Sabadosa while Sabadosa was nearly a minute faster than a year ago The great finishes by the Brookers was another highlight to this year s event Once again Race founder and Director Mike McCusker served as master of ceremonies He started the racers after some small talk during opening festivities After the race he awarded prizes and introduced the top finishers McCusker got this event underway in 1979 as part of the Buckland Bicentennial The course The 10K course starts in the center of the village on the Iron Bridge which is next to the world famous Bridge of Flowers once a trolley bridge and now an acclaimed garden At the beginning the race course is relatively flat with some small hills as the runners circle around come into the center where everything changes At about the 3K mark runners approach Crittenden Hill an ascent of about 300 feet Separation usually begins there Crittenden Hill has a reputation that rivals that of Heartbreak Hill in the Boston Marathon The difference is that Crittenden is at the beginning of the Bridge of Flowers Race but can be just as heartbreaking only earlier After a steady descent from a high point of 750 feet the last 4K of the race is run on fairly level ground Runners finish the race after crossing the Iron Bridge Encouraging residents gather along the race route handing out water spraying runners as they run by and cheering them on Once again kilted bagpiper Eric Godchild played the pipes at the beginning of the race The Race is a true spectator event as the community reaches out to the runners in every way Then there are the volunteers who help the event run so smoothly They come from all over the West County area and could again be seen at the start along the course and at the finish Steve Lewis Subaru of Hadley again provided vehicles to lead the way in front of the runners with lead cars for the men s and women s races and a truck from which the press has a great vantage point to observe the race The 3K Walk Run The festivities began at 8 15 a m with the Steve Lewis 3K Classic Walk Run formerly the Nathan Hale Classic This is a shorter race for those who want to take part but are not quite ready for the big race that is more than triple the distance There is also nothing like the daunting incline that is Crittenden Hill Of the nearly 1 000 runners this year more than a quarter of them took part in the 3K Taking top honors in the 3K was Glen Meisenhelder of Feeding Hills who after winning in 2013 dropped to second a year ago Meisenhelder s time this year was 10 46 some 30 seconds faster than his time in 2014 He beat out a couple of family members from Cambridge MA Second was Jeremy Astesano at 10 57 and in third was Thierry Astesano at 11 49 Rounding out the top five were Barry Auskern of Bernardston MA and Brian St Jean of Russell MA The first woman to finish was Julie Dragon of Sturbridge Her time of 12 49 was sixth overall and almost two minutes faster than that of runner up Agnes Browne of Greenfield who came in at 14 46 Third was Deborah Zukowski 14 59 from Shelburne Falls Colleen Fry of Holden MA and Melissa Kline Struhl of Somerville MA were fourth and fifth The 3K race featured the youngest and oldest competitors Once again it was Ray Willis of Charlemont who is now 86 years old at one end of the spectrum while on the other two year old Josephine Cross of Heath Audrey Brown of Colrain 82 was the oldest woman racer The youngest boys were a couple of four year olds from Shelburne Falls Cobra Buchanan and Oliver Ferris The 10K challenge The last runners returned from the 3K and 15 minutes later it was time to send off the 10K runners At 9 a m on the dot the bell tolled and the runners were off As they broke the lead runners took their places quickly with Brooker and Smith jumping to the front As they headed into the first left turn Aaron Stone joined them and he would remain in the top tier until they were halfway along Pleasant Street The twosome quickly separated themselves from the rest of the field As they moved along Pleasant Street they were a good 50 yards ahead of that second tier and then Brooker started to pull away from Smith and at the one mile mark led him by 30 yards Brooker s time was 5 09 At this point trying to stay with Brooker at the beginning was having some effect on Smith and the field started to gain on him but he managed to pick it up again and once again separated himself from the pack Meanwhile Brooker just kept adding space when they got back

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  • Photos by The Independent
    the H O Cook State Forest The Town of Conway lies in the foothills of the Berkshires just west of the Connecticut River Valley a region rich in agriculture Conway shares boundaries with seven other towns Buckland and Shelburne Falls to the north Deerfield to the east and north Whately and Williamsburg to the south and Ashfield and Goshen to the west It is the first hilltown northbound on Route 116 The Town of Hawley Massachusetts was founded in 1792 and is located in Franklin County Hawley consists of about 340 year round residents and is one of the most wintery towns in Massachusetts The town has no stores and no industry but it does contain limited potato and dairy farms Hawley is the home of a true volunteer government Heath incorporated in 1785 is named after Revolutionary War General William Heath The town comprises a total area of 24 9 square miles with a population of 706 It is a Right To Farm Community with rolling hills stone walls forests and streams The Heath Agricultural Society Fair held two week ends before Labor Day annually features a lots of fun for young and old alike The Town of Plainfield Massachusetts was founded in 1807 and is located in Hampshire County Plainfield contains about 600 year round residents Those in the area are encouraged to stop at the Deer Hill State Reservation as well as the Dubuque Memorial State Forest for a relaxing day outdoors Enjoy the cool breeze and scenic views of Plainfield Massachusetts Rowe is a small hilltown bordered on the north by Whitingham VT It is nestled in an area of scenic beauty with wooded mountains clear brooks and the Deerfield River on its western border The Rowe Historical Society maintains a historical museum documenting the history of the town including the construction of the Hoosac Tunnel and much more Shelburne was first settled in 1756 as part of Deerfield Massachusetts known then as Deerfield Northwest It was initially organized as the district of Shelburne in 1768 named in honor of William Petty 2nd Earl of Shelburne and was officially incorporated as a town in 1775 Visitor Information Located on the scenic and historic Mohawk Trail in the Berkshire foothills Shelburne Falls Massachusetts and the surrounding area is rich with natural beauty talented artisans four season recreation and an atmosphere that will make you feel right at home More Visitor Info Attractions Cultural District Lights Camera Action Calendar There s just so much to do Where do you begin Here It s easy to make your trip eventful In the Greater Shelburne Falls Area something is always going on Whether you are looking for low key or adventure filled activities you ll be filling your calendar with reasons to love our region More Events Post an Event Thu Apr 28th 2016 Salmon Falls Gallery Peggy Grose The Hawley Bog and Recent Works Thu Apr 28th 2016 Salmon Falls Gallery Juliet Seaver Buddha Nature Fri Apr 29th 2016

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  • Photos by Ben Kimball
    State Forest to the Southwest and half of the H O Cook State Forest The Town of Conway lies in the foothills of the Berkshires just west of the Connecticut River Valley a region rich in agriculture Conway shares boundaries with seven other towns Buckland and Shelburne Falls to the north Deerfield to the east and north Whately and Williamsburg to the south and Ashfield and Goshen to the west It is the first hilltown northbound on Route 116 The Town of Hawley Massachusetts was founded in 1792 and is located in Franklin County Hawley consists of about 340 year round residents and is one of the most wintery towns in Massachusetts The town has no stores and no industry but it does contain limited potato and dairy farms Hawley is the home of a true volunteer government Heath incorporated in 1785 is named after Revolutionary War General William Heath The town comprises a total area of 24 9 square miles with a population of 706 It is a Right To Farm Community with rolling hills stone walls forests and streams The Heath Agricultural Society Fair held two week ends before Labor Day annually features a lots of fun for young and old alike The Town of Plainfield Massachusetts was founded in 1807 and is located in Hampshire County Plainfield contains about 600 year round residents Those in the area are encouraged to stop at the Deer Hill State Reservation as well as the Dubuque Memorial State Forest for a relaxing day outdoors Enjoy the cool breeze and scenic views of Plainfield Massachusetts Rowe is a small hilltown bordered on the north by Whitingham VT It is nestled in an area of scenic beauty with wooded mountains clear brooks and the Deerfield River on its western border The Rowe Historical Society maintains a historical museum documenting the history of the town including the construction of the Hoosac Tunnel and much more Shelburne was first settled in 1756 as part of Deerfield Massachusetts known then as Deerfield Northwest It was initially organized as the district of Shelburne in 1768 named in honor of William Petty 2nd Earl of Shelburne and was officially incorporated as a town in 1775 Visitor Information Located on the scenic and historic Mohawk Trail in the Berkshire foothills Shelburne Falls Massachusetts and the surrounding area is rich with natural beauty talented artisans four season recreation and an atmosphere that will make you feel right at home More Visitor Info Attractions Cultural District Lights Camera Action Calendar There s just so much to do Where do you begin Here It s easy to make your trip eventful In the Greater Shelburne Falls Area something is always going on Whether you are looking for low key or adventure filled activities you ll be filling your calendar with reasons to love our region More Events Post an Event Thu Apr 28th 2016 Salmon Falls Gallery Peggy Grose The Hawley Bog and Recent Works Thu Apr 28th 2016 Salmon Falls Gallery

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  • Village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts - More Photos
    and north Whately and Williamsburg to the south and Ashfield and Goshen to the west It is the first hilltown northbound on Route 116 The Town of Hawley Massachusetts was founded in 1792 and is located in Franklin County Hawley consists of about 340 year round residents and is one of the most wintery towns in Massachusetts The town has no stores and no industry but it does contain limited potato and dairy farms Hawley is the home of a true volunteer government Heath incorporated in 1785 is named after Revolutionary War General William Heath The town comprises a total area of 24 9 square miles with a population of 706 It is a Right To Farm Community with rolling hills stone walls forests and streams The Heath Agricultural Society Fair held two week ends before Labor Day annually features a lots of fun for young and old alike The Town of Plainfield Massachusetts was founded in 1807 and is located in Hampshire County Plainfield contains about 600 year round residents Those in the area are encouraged to stop at the Deer Hill State Reservation as well as the Dubuque Memorial State Forest for a relaxing day outdoors Enjoy the cool breeze and scenic views of Plainfield Massachusetts Rowe is a small hilltown bordered on the north by Whitingham VT It is nestled in an area of scenic beauty with wooded mountains clear brooks and the Deerfield River on its western border The Rowe Historical Society maintains a historical museum documenting the history of the town including the construction of the Hoosac Tunnel and much more Shelburne was first settled in 1756 as part of Deerfield Massachusetts known then as Deerfield Northwest It was initially organized as the district of Shelburne in 1768 named in honor of William Petty 2nd Earl of Shelburne and was officially incorporated as a town in 1775 Visitor Information Located on the scenic and historic Mohawk Trail in the Berkshire foothills Shelburne Falls Massachusetts and the surrounding area is rich with natural beauty talented artisans four season recreation and an atmosphere that will make you feel right at home More Visitor Info Attractions Cultural District Lights Camera Action Calendar There s just so much to do Where do you begin Here It s easy to make your trip eventful In the Greater Shelburne Falls Area something is always going on Whether you are looking for low key or adventure filled activities you ll be filling your calendar with reasons to love our region More Events Post an Event Thu Apr 28th 2016 Salmon Falls Gallery Peggy Grose The Hawley Bog and Recent Works Thu Apr 28th 2016 Salmon Falls Gallery Juliet Seaver Buddha Nature Fri Apr 29th 2016 TBD Spring Breakfast Annual Meeting stuff Business Name Category Accommodations Agriculture Animal Services Architecture Design Arts Culture Association or Foundation Attraction Auto Parts Services Building Trades Conservation Consultant Counseling Education Energy Entertainment Finance Insurance Food Dining Government Health Wellness Heating Cooling History Home Services Legal Services Manufacturing

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  • Village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts - Shelburne Falls Music Fest
    to the north Deerfield to the east and north Whately and Williamsburg to the south and Ashfield and Goshen to the west It is the first hilltown northbound on Route 116 The Town of Hawley Massachusetts was founded in 1792 and is located in Franklin County Hawley consists of about 340 year round residents and is one of the most wintery towns in Massachusetts The town has no stores and no industry but it does contain limited potato and dairy farms Hawley is the home of a true volunteer government Heath incorporated in 1785 is named after Revolutionary War General William Heath The town comprises a total area of 24 9 square miles with a population of 706 It is a Right To Farm Community with rolling hills stone walls forests and streams The Heath Agricultural Society Fair held two week ends before Labor Day annually features a lots of fun for young and old alike The Town of Plainfield Massachusetts was founded in 1807 and is located in Hampshire County Plainfield contains about 600 year round residents Those in the area are encouraged to stop at the Deer Hill State Reservation as well as the Dubuque Memorial State Forest for a relaxing day outdoors Enjoy the cool breeze and scenic views of Plainfield Massachusetts Rowe is a small hilltown bordered on the north by Whitingham VT It is nestled in an area of scenic beauty with wooded mountains clear brooks and the Deerfield River on its western border The Rowe Historical Society maintains a historical museum documenting the history of the town including the construction of the Hoosac Tunnel and much more Shelburne was first settled in 1756 as part of Deerfield Massachusetts known then as Deerfield Northwest It was initially organized as the district of Shelburne in 1768 named in honor of William Petty 2nd Earl of Shelburne and was officially incorporated as a town in 1775 Visitor Information Located on the scenic and historic Mohawk Trail in the Berkshire foothills Shelburne Falls Massachusetts and the surrounding area is rich with natural beauty talented artisans four season recreation and an atmosphere that will make you feel right at home More Visitor Info Attractions Cultural District Lights Camera Action Calendar There s just so much to do Where do you begin Here It s easy to make your trip eventful In the Greater Shelburne Falls Area something is always going on Whether you are looking for low key or adventure filled activities you ll be filling your calendar with reasons to love our region More Events Post an Event Thu Apr 28th 2016 Salmon Falls Gallery Peggy Grose The Hawley Bog and Recent Works Thu Apr 28th 2016 Salmon Falls Gallery Juliet Seaver Buddha Nature Fri Apr 29th 2016 TBD Spring Breakfast Annual Meeting stuff Business Name Category Accommodations Agriculture Animal Services Architecture Design Arts Culture Association or Foundation Attraction Auto Parts Services Building Trades Conservation Consultant Counseling Education Energy Entertainment Finance Insurance Food Dining Government Health Wellness Heating

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