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  • Village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts - ABC's Chronicle - "Mystery Town"
    of Colrain follows the Green River bordering Leyden with Greenfield to the southeast To the west lies Heath with Charlemont to the 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

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  • Village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts - New York Times Features Mohawk Trail Region
    to the southeast To the west lies Heath with Charlemont to the 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

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  • Village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts - New York Times Features Shelburne Falls
    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 Juliet Seaver Buddha Nature Fri

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  • Village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts - Shelburne Falls in the News
    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 Marketing Media Communications Online Business Personal Services Real Estate Recreation Sports Religious Meditative Spiritual Rental Products Retail Services Professional Travel Services You are here Home About Our Area Shelburne Falls in the News Shelburne Falls Massachusetts Shelburne Falls in the News ABC s Chronicle Mystery Town Details Shelburne Falls was featured on ABC 5 s Chronicle as their Mystery Town Watch this great video for lots of hints of what mystery town they are profiling Yes you know the answer but watch it anyway Then watch this video which reveals the answer The Reveal New York Times Features Mohawk Trail Region Details Close your eyes and think of a great American road Whatever ribbon of highway is unfurling across your mental windshield it s probably not in Massachusetts But the state that gave America Jack Kerouac also built the Mohawk Trail a Berkshire Mountains straddling automotive age incarnation of an ancient Native American footpath between the Hudson and Connecticut River valleys Read the full article New York Times Features Shelburne Falls

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  • Village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts - Site Map
    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

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    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

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  • Village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts - Home
    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 Marketing Media Communications Online Business Personal Services Real Estate Recreation Sports Religious Meditative Spiritual Rental Products Retail Services Professional Travel Services Welcome to ShelburneFalls com The place to find information

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  • Village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts - RiverFest 2015
    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 Marketing Media Communications Online Business Personal Services Real Estate Recreation Sports Religious Meditative Spiritual Rental Products Retail Services Professional Travel Services Today By Day By Week By Month By Year Search UpComing this month 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 January February March April May June July August September October November December 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Cultural District Events RiverFest 2015 Saturday June 06 2015 10 00am 04 00pm Contact Greater Shelburne Falls Area Business Association 413 625 2526 RiverFest one of the Top 20 Massachusetts Events according to Yankee Magazine celebrates the Deerfield River as it flows through the Village of Shelburne Falls A family friendly festival with children s theater productions the world famous Frog and Flower Parade live music dancers wild birds and animals all in a beautiful setting enhanced by views of Salmon Falls and the extraordinary multi hued glacial potholes Village galleries businesses and restaurants along with the extraordinary Bridge of Flowers provide sumptuous options for all your

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