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trhank - Wed, Nov 20, 2019, 3:52 P
Leverett Pond Presentation
This coming Thursday, 6:30 at the Leverett Library members of the Friends of Leverett Pond will be giving a presentation describing all sorts of activities in and around the pond. We will be talking about the new dam, our weed Integrated Pest Management Plan, the new Boat Loan Program and some new ideas. Please plan to join us. There will be refreshments that may remind you, of all things, the Leverett Transfer Station!

Best Regards,

Tom
 
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sumac - Wed, Oct 23, 2019, 2:11 P
The Village Coop Board Meeting
Posted for Ann Ferguson by Jonathan von Ranson:

Announcement to All Members of the Leverett Village Co-op

PLEASE COME TO AN IMPORTANT BOARD MEETING OPEN TO MEMBERS

TUESDAY OCTOBER 29TH FROM 7:30-9:30 PM (Place to be announced, probably the Leverett Town Hall)

Recently it has become clear that the Leverett Co-op is in a severe financial crisis, since we now owe nearly $200,000 to our vendors, our bank and for other services. This has meant that we have a serious cash flow crisis and cannot pay our vendors on time. A number of them will no longer deliver products to us without cash on delivery. Since we do not have the money to pay them in cash, we have had to negotiate with some for extended payment options and others are no longer delivering us products, which explains our reduced level of stock in the store. Loyal members have been helping out by purchasing pre-paid cards to help with our cash flow problem but we don’t have enough products on the shelves for them to buy! As a result, we simply do not have enough people shopping at the store or the restaurant to solve the problem without an extra infusion of capital. And unfortunately the bank and other lending groups that we have been working from to re-mortgage the store have recently turned us down in our requests for loans.

At the emergency Board meeting last Tuesday October 15, Board member Jono Neiger put forward the sketch of an interim plan to cut costs by various means, including volunteers to purchase stocks directly from BJs or Restaurant Depot or other alternatives. His plan also suggests a re-assessment of staff and professional consultant costs, increasing the use of volunteers, and expanding the Co-op Board. Other options unfortunately may include selling the building (our only asset) in order to keep the Coop in business as a renter, or going into bankruptcy and trying to re-organize the business after paying off some of our debts. Some of these options will be discussed further at this upcoming Board meeting.

Most of these choices are difficult ones and should include as many members as possible since this is a democratically-owned business! In a Co-op, member-owners should have regular input and the final say over such tough choices. At the upcoming meeting we will discussing new candidates who have applied to join the Board, will hear from the President of the Board about her recommended options, and will have a report from the accountant about the financial situation of the Co-op.

Please make your voices heard and try to come to this meeting!! Spread the word! We need your help and input in order to have this valuable community center and service survive.

From Ann Ferguson, chair, Membership Committee
Leverett Village Co-operative Board

PS Spread the word about the date and I will send another message confirming the place of the meeting, either at the Leverett Town Hall or at the Co-op store. You can contact me at: ferguson3638[at]gmail.com
 
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sumac - Sat, Oct 19, 2019, 1:52 P
The Village Coop
[Originally posted to Next Door list]

Here’s a a plea from Jono Niger alerting us all to the need for help to save the Village Co-Op in Leverett as a market as well as a cafe/restaurant.

Jono Niger is on the co-op’s board.

> Help!
>
> The Leverett Village Co-op is a special place for many of you and it needs your love now more than ever.
>
> The Co-op is in a severe financial crisis. If you want to see the co-op survive we need all hands on-deck. Our little neighborhood grocery and hang-out space will be gone in months or even weeks if the community doesn't step up.
>
> We know that the many changes at the co-op have been challenging; lunch menu, bakery, layout of store, new management after a long-serving manager. The changes have been intended to attract as many people as possible and to reach out to those who not only have shopped there for years, but to those who have not, and are looking for a local place to eat and shop. The food store retail and co-op culture has been changing rapidly these last years. It has become harder to maintain a small grocery without expanding the food service. Most co-ops (especially our style of small rural ones) have needed to do this kind of food service to stay afloat. But we know that maintaining the grocery aspect is essential for local needs.
>
> We attempted to get loans from lenders and have been turned down.
>
> But…We have begun a Capital Campaign and already gotten almost $30,000 in loans and donations; but we’ll need more. Right now the store is in debt over $200k to vendors. We are in active negotiation with them in order to restock the shelves so we have a good selection for people to buy from again. We need to pay down that debt to get inventory flowing again and raise more funds to improve the store with new refrigerators (to lower the electric bill), an espresso machine, expanded kitchen menu, patio, solar panels for energy, and much more.
>
> What You Can Do:
> •TELL your friends, family and local network what's happening and ask people to support the Co-op
> •SHOP at the store. Even if inventory is low, the store cannot stay open without business
> •GIVE. Buy pre-pay cards, give a donation or loan
> •VOLUNTEER. We are in need of people to step up in many ways. Can you help in some way to reduce an expense at the co-op or help raise funds? Can you organize volunteers to take on some tasks at the store?
> •MAKE SUGGESTIONS: Let us know what you see could help make the Leverett Village Co-op succeed
>
> There is a board meeting scheduled for Tuesday, October 15th at 7:00pm at the Co-op. Come participate. Give us your feedback and hear more about plans we are developing.
>
> This community has stepped up and done so much for this store over the last bunch of years; new roof, fixed the ice damming and leaks, schmooze space flooring, venting, painting, and more. And now our co-op needs some more help.
>
> Please Help in any way you can. We are all very busy—there is so much happening in each of our lives. But our little neighborhood grocery needs the community to survive.
>
> (feel free to forward this to your friends)
> (I can send loan or donation materials-please ask)
>
> Jono Neiger
> 163 Rattlesnake Gutter Rd
> Co-op Board member
> 413-658-7048

5 days ago
 
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DO - Thu, Sep 19, 2019, 3:34 P
Youth Climate Strike This Friday Leverett
If you would like to join the Youth Climate Strike this Friday in Leverett the Leverett Energy Committee and Climate Action Group of the Leverett Alliance is planning to to support our children at the following places this Friday. Town Hall, Cave Hill & Montague and Route 63 & Montague. We will gather at the three places with posters as the school buses go by from 7:30-9:00 am and at Town Hall 4-6. At the LES at 1:00 pm the students will march from the school to the library. This has been organized by the students, with permission from the staff, and we will be at the library to greet them. Please join us: there will be extra posters but your own posters are welcome.
Organizing Team Leverett
 
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library - Mon, Jul 1, 2019, 3:54 P
Author Talk Book Signing: Deb Habib Ricky Baruch "making Love While Farming"
At Leverett Library on Tuesday, July 9, 6:30pm-7:30pm

With Seeds of Solidarity's Ricky Baruch and Deb Habib.
https://seedsofsolidarity.org/
Ricky and Deb run Seeds of Solidarity Farm and Education Center. They are part of the group that founded the North Quabbin Garlic and Arts Festival.
Making Love While Farming is their new memoir, released in March by work-owned Levellers Press in Amherst, MA.
Join us for their talk!
 
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library - Tue, Jun 18, 2019, 10:08 P
Music The Patio 2019
Come enjoy free live, local music under warm summer skies at Leverett Library!
Thursdays, 7-8pm (no music on July 4th), rain or shine (music moves indoors in the event of rain)

06/27: Bruce Colegrove
07/11: Beth Logan Raffeld & Jazz Trio
07/18: Little House Blues
07/25: Danse Cafe
08/01: Masala Jazz
08/08: Box Shop Blues
08/15: Same Old Blues
08/22: Machine Shop
08/29: Juggler Meadow String Band
 
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library - Tue, Jun 18, 2019, 9:53 P
Digital Technology Workshops
Learn something new! At Leverett Library:
06/22: Cloud-based computing demystified: what it is, its limitations and benefits.
06/29: Android smartphone 101

Workshops run 1pm-2pm, including 40 minutes of presentation followed by Q&A.
These free workshops are introductory in nature, and assume no previous knowledge or familiarity with technology. Underwritten by OTELCO.

Instructor Jeoffrey Pooser is a recent transplant to Leverett from Wendell, where he served on the Selectboard for nine years, and continues his commitment to community involvement by offering several technology skills workshops through the Leverett Library this June.

His background is in the arts, and he has been professionally involved in the technology sector for 25 years, primarily as a Unix Systems Engineer, and currently works at Umass as an Information Risk and Compliance Analyst.
 
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library - Fri, May 24, 2019, 11:17 A
Happier Valley Comedy Show, Thursday 5/30, 7pm, Leverett Library
Happier Valley Comedy will present their short form improv show "The Fast & the Funniest" on Thursday, May 30, 7pm at Leverett Library! This show is free. Doors open 6:45pm. Expect content "rated" PG-13!

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Leverett Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
 
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coyotesun - Mon, Apr 22, 2019, 6:10 P
Leverett Town Meeting April 27th 9:00 Please Vote! Article
Leverett Town Meeting April 27th 9:00 AM Please Vote!
I am writing to urge Leverett Citizens to partake in our 'little d' democracy this coming Saturday at the Town Meeting, Leverett Elementary School, 9AM

My environmental group CLEAN! (Citizens for Landfill Environmental Action Now!) has been working with the town for the past year to get an article on the Warrant to address the five homes in E. Leverett whose water has been contaminated by the chemical plume coming from the unlined landfill.

We believe it truly is time for the Town to take positive action and relieve the daily suffering, inconvenience, and property devaluation that the contamination has caused. There are some families who have been mandated by the Department of Environmental Protection to get bottled water for 10 years. Others have tried to sell due to illness but were unable to because of the water. We cannot access the nest egg we thought our homes would provide us.

We are urging people to vote YES to all 3 options on Article 16.
1) Appropriate funds to connect a water line to Amherst ($2 million plus; possible grant
money)
2) Fund a hydrogeologist study of local water sources ($150,000)
3) Appropriate $20,000 to hire an appraiser to assess fair market value and have the
town purchase homes as they come up for sale.
We are urging yes votes so that as the best possible solution presents itself, the town can then act. We need the numbers to get 2/3 majority votes. Every vote counts.

Please understand that the implications of hidden poisons in our water are far reaching and affect out daily lives and our future. The bottled water jugs weigh 40 lbs and handling them is getting too cumbersome for people as they age. As things deteriorate we are less or unable to access the equity in our homes that we have carefully built.
This is certainly not an exciting or fun expenditure such as broadband or funds for a library but we all need to realize that trash doesn't just disappear once it is thrown away.
Thank you and I hope to see you at Town Meeting!
 
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RGould - Mon, Feb 18, 2019, 8:27 P
Looking For Electrician (and Plumber)
Hi. I am looking for an electrician who does side jobs. I will also need a plumber for a small job. Please share any recommendations with Rae Gould (text 860-287-7957). Thank you!
 
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benno - Thu, Jan 31, 2019, 12:20 A
Licensed Plumber Wanted For Project Help.
Hi folks ... I'm looking for a licensed plumber who would be interested in helping me with a composting toilet installation. Any recommendations, or is that you? Please get in touch. Thanks ... Ben - 413-237-7060 Ph/Txt.
 
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Dragonflyzone - Sat, Dec 1, 2018, 10:21 P
Shutesbury Holiday Shop Dec 7,8,9
Magical Shutesbury Holiday Shop returns for its 7th year!

December 7, 6-9 pm; December 8, 10-8:30; December 19 11-6
Shutesbury Athletic Club Function Room
282 Wendell Rd., Shutesbury, MA


his fabulously magical three-day event transforms the Shutesbury Athletic Club Function Room into a veritable wonderland of handcrafted gift-giving options! This year the shop features an affordable array of work from 40 local artisans, artists, crafters, authors and musicians. An amazing selection of options for all celebration!.

Now in its 7th year, the Shutesbury Holiday Shop is known for its incredible inventory of extraordinary and affordable handmade gifts. There will be beautiful jewelry, quilts, ornaments, food (fudge, jam, maple syrup, honey), soap, handmade bags, tie dyes, wind chimes, baskets, books by local authors, health and wellness products, music & storytelling CDs, woodcrafts, mushtache cups, fiber art (knit, crochet, woven, sewn, organic, plant-dyed), therapy pillows, photography, fine art cards & prints, tea, stuffed animals, and more to come! Something for everyone! The artisans, artists, authors, musicians, and cooks are all from Shutesbury or one of its bordering towns.

Opening night on Friday 12/7 features a Shop & Dine option with a dinner of Soups & Stews to benefit the Friends of the M.N. Spear Memorial Library.

From 4-6 pm on Saturday 12/8 there will be a book signing by local authors who work is included in the shop. See FB page and website (listed below) for details.


The Shutesbury Holiday Shop was founded in 2011 to provide a welcoming venue for talented local artists, artisans, crafters, authors and musicians of all ages to show and sell their work and to create a one-stop shopping experience for people who enjoy buying handmade for the holidays. Started by Melinda LeLacheur of Dragonfly Designs it is now run by a volunteer committee of local artisans who work hard to create a warm, wonderful gift shop for the community to enjoy.

The Shutesbury Athletic Club is a non-profit community organization located at 282 Wendell Road in Shutesbury, MA. For a complete list of participating artists, artisans, crafters, authors and musicians, please go to www.facebook.com/ShutesburyHolidayShop or www.shutesburyholiday.wixsite.com/holidayshop.
 
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artspromo - Wed, Aug 15, 2018, 3:01 P
Five College Early Music Program Painless Auditions
The Five College Early Music Program will be holding its patented Painless Auditions the first week of classes. These are open to students, faculty and members of the community. The relevant information follows. We would be grateful for any publicity you can provide.

The Five College Early Music Program welcomes students, faculty, and community members interested in auditioning to SING or PLAY in one or more ensembles, including the COLLEGIUM choir, BAROQUE ORCHESTRA (modern string players and adventurous pianists are encouraged to try this!) and chamber music, MEDIEVAL and RENAISSANCE ensembles and VOCES FEMINAE. The auditions are "painless" experiences, held at all the campuses. Performances sponsored by the program feature baroque and Renaissance music played on modern and period instruments and sung in historically-informed style. Consider beginning RECORDER, VIOLA DA GAMBA, LUTE or RENAISSANCE TROMBONE! We also offer instruction on period instruments (recorders, sackbut, viol, lute, etc.) for modern players, in beginning ensembles and lessons. Credit is available for ensembles and lessons for MHC, UMass and HC.


Tuesday, September 4:
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM, 3:00 – 4:30 PM: Room 170 Fine Arts Center, UMass
5:00 – 6:30 PM: Room 7 Music Center, Amherst College
Wednesday, September 5:
1:00 – 4:00 PM: Room 210 Pratt Hall, Mount Holyoke College
Thursday, September 6:
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM, Music Lounge, Hampshire College
Friday, September 7:
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM: Room 170 Fine Arts Center, UMass
4:00 – 5:30 PM, Room 103, Sage Hall, Smith College


For Further Information, contact the Early Music Office at 538-2079
https://www.fivecolleges.edu/earlymusic/
or e-mail reisenst@mtholyoke.edu
 
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joy - Thu, May 3, 2018, 7:11 P
Spring Pottery Sale This Saturday!
You are invited to my
Spring Pottery Sale!
Sat. May 5 th 10-5pm
Joy Friedman's studio at
Leverett Crafts & Arts
13 Montague Rd. Leverett, Ma. 01054
413-548-9673

Micro-wave and dishwasher safe pottery!
Good low studio prices!
Refreshments and drinks will be served.
Come by and see my latest pottery with lots of colorful glazes!
Lots of 2nds!
Shop locally!!
There will be lots of mugs, bowls of all sizes, lace bowls,
garlic graters, berry bowls, dip and chip platters, yarn bowls, vases, sponge holders,
pie plates, and lots more!!
It would be wonderful to see you!
Blessings of spring,
Joy
 
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heather01054 - Wed, Jan 31, 2018, 3:13 P
Village Co-op Community Survey
Greetings Members and Community!

The Village Co-op Board has launched the Village Co-op Community Survey- Take 2! via Survey Monkey. Please take a moment to answer this brief survey about the store; it’s offerings, and the general vibe of our great collective resource. We are seeking everyone’s feedback and ideas as users of the Co-op. Thanks!
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SFDNTPV

PS- Please come to our ALL-Community meeting 2/24/18 at the Leverett Library 12:30-3 to share your thoughts in person! Let’s Grow the Community TOGETHER at the Village Coop.
 
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heather01054 - Sat, Jan 27, 2018, 5:06 P
All-community Meeting Village Coop
Dear Village Cooperative Community and Membership,

The Board of Directors is currently planning an opportunity to meet with all of you. We hope to build a stronger collective future, together, with you, going forward. We will invite you to share, bring your ideas, and your energy to make the Village Cooperative a TRUE community resource!

February 24th 12:30-3 Leverett Library Community Room.

Thanks!
Heather Hutchinson Board President
 
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heather01054 - Sat, Jan 27, 2018, 5:03 P
Warm Wishes: General Manger Village Coop Retiring
Dear Village Cooperative Community and Membership,

Hello my friends, neighbors and members! I’d like to share that Paul Rosenberg, our committed General Manager of over 18 years, has decided to step down from the general manager position of the Village Cooperative this April. He has provided many years of dedicated service to the community through his loyal commitment to the operations of this wonderful community supported store. He is a community organizer and has been involved in many, many member appreciation days, early Spring Flings and other community outreach initiatives. You could find him sharing a story, a smile, or some positive words with YOU all, as you stood at the check-out over the years. While his gift for creating a welcoming atmosphere was phenomenal, his management ability to maintain a lean organization through trying economic times is also commendable! We wish to thank him for his years of dedicated service and hope you share your appreciation with him.

The Board of Directors is currently planning an opportunity to meet with all of you. We hope to build a stronger collective future, together, with you, going forward. We will invite you to share, bring your ideas, and your energy to make the Village Cooperative a TRUE community resource! February 24th 12:30-3 Leverett Library Community Room. Please feel free to get in touch with me.

Thanks!
Heather Hutchinson Board President
 
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joy - Mon, Nov 6, 2017, 9:06 A
Selling Washer/dryer
Kenmore Washer/Dryer~Heavy Duty~Super Capacity Plus - $195 for both
They work great, but I’m changing to a front loader.
Here’s the Craig’s list link with the model #’s and photos.
Private message me at: joypots@gmail.com
Joy

westernmass.craigslist.org/app/d/kenmore-washer-dryerheavy/6375279528.html
 
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sumac - Thu, Oct 19, 2017, 3:59 A
Leverett Alliance
The public is invited to a community forum 9-1 on 10.28, at the Leverett Elementary School, and to a potluck and contra dance in the evening.

Daily Hampshire Gazette http://northamptondaily.ma.newsmemory.com/

Page A0
Wednesday, 18 October 2017

GUEST COLUMN

Time is now for dialogue by Americans

By PAULA GREEN

During the weekend of Oct. 27-29, a small group of concerned citizens in Leverett are welcoming 15 Kentuckians from Appalachian coal country into our homes — and we hope into our hearts.

Their two vans will arrive in the dark after a 15-hour journey. We think they are brave to come into our homes and community, and we will be there to welcome them. Their culture and politics vary vastly from ours — yet both groups are committed to discovering our common dreams and ways to realize them that serves all of us.

How did this weekend come about? When the Leverett Alliance formed out of the despair over the 2016 election, one subgroup, the Bridging Committee was determined “to bridge” with Americans whose histories and perceptions are different from our own. We found a remarkable partner in Appalshop, a nonprofit community and cultural organization in Whitesburg, Kentucky. Eighteen of us in Leverett and 15 in Kentucky have been planning ever since and have named our endeavor “Hands Across the Hills.”

We plan to enhance our understanding of each other in a series of structured dialogues, as well as share activities that include participatory theater, an art project on ancestry, music jams, meals, sightseeing in the Pioneer Valley, and home stays.

On Oct. 28, a full day of events is open to the public, including a morning community forum where our guests will first present their history, culture, and challenges, and then engage with the audience in small groups. In the evening, everyone is invited to a contra dance.

For details, see the Leverett town website at http://leverett.ma.us/
and click on “Hands Across the Hills.”

Next spring, our Leverett group will make a reciprocal visit to Whitesburg.

We began this effort hoping for camaraderie and connection for all 33 participants over the weekend, as well as increased awareness and learning for the public that participates on Oct. 28. Over the months, however, this project has unexpectedly grown in dimension. Now some of us ask if our coming together, our exploration, and our documentation of the project can be a model for dissemination and encouragement for others to try a similar experiment in their own communities.

For decades, I have worked with people in war-torn countries who afterward learn to interact effectively and rebuild their communal lives. If it can happen in those circumstances, I believe people-to-people programs here in our own fragmented country can do the same, using this model or one like it.

We understand the vast gaps in our lives and views. We do not expect to agree with our guests and we will not avoid the difficult topics, but we expect to listen and be listened to. We seek a way to find common purpose before we fracture even further, and that is what we hope our project will accomplish.

This bridging project offers an alternative to the despair and disempowerment we have been feeling — that we are helpless in the onslaught of history rolling over us. So often it seems like there is nothing we can do. But here is something we can do. The process and the growing connections feel right, healthy, and empowering. We now live in anticipation of their arrival, our dialogues and our shared three days of activities.

Transformation? Do I expect others may change? First of all, I’ve changed. For the first time in my life I’ve read a half dozen books about Appalachia and watched relevant videos. I’ve also had many conversations with my Kentucky counterpart Ben Fink and become sensitized to their issues and concerns. I am in deep transformation and I believe our Bridging Committee is too. This transformation gives me hope that we can move from demonization to humanization, first with our fellow citizens from Trump country, and later with others.

The Leverett Alliance welcomes your participation at the public events on Oct. 28. This is a great opportunity for you to share in a meaningful grassroots learning experience with some people from a different part of the country who are taking a risk for understanding and connection.

Paula Green, of Leverett, is founder of the Karuna Center for Peacebuilding in Amherst and professor emerita of the School for International Training in Brattleboro, Vermont. She has worked extensively in conflict transformation in Asia, Africa, the Mideast and Eastern Europe.
 
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AnnT - Sun, Aug 27, 2017, 11:18 A
Found Kitty!
A very happy, young female cat, striped tiger with a long tail has been hanging out with us for 3 days. She is friendly. She must belong to someone? Our own kitty is almost out of spit with all the hissing. She's having an unhappy time.
 
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rdidonat - Tue, Aug 15, 2017, 12:13 P
Lost Dog Dark, Curly Hair
Dear all, Bishop was found last night on the Leverett/Montague line. Thank you so much for all your efforts to find him!
 
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rdidonat - Mon, Aug 14, 2017, 10:56 A
Lost Dog Dark, Curly Hair
LOST DOG
Dark, curly hair, red collar, 50 lbs

Last spotted Sunday 8/13/17 at 5:30 pm on N. Leverett Road near Chestnut Hill Road.

Please share widely especially to contacts in Leverett, Shutesbury, Sunderland, Montague and please keep a look out on all roads including Rte. 63.

Facebook link below:

https://www.facebook...ts/10210924415878977

Please do not approach, call to, or chase, this may cause him to run into danger.

Please report sightings to:

Cell (try first) :978-382-0466 or 978-888-5904
Land: 978-544-8270
 
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artspromo - Thu, Aug 3, 2017, 11:21 A
Give Them Music
Friday, August 25, 2017 6:30 pm, The Center at Eagle Hill School, Hardwick, MA
Tickets: Dinner + Concert=$50 :: Concert Only=$30
To purchase: http://www.thecenterateaglehill.org/ or 413-477-6746

HARDWICK, MA—On Friday, August 25 at 6:30 pm, the Friends of the Mathieson School will present Give Them Music, a concert in memory of baritone Donald Lee Boothman, to benefit the Mathieson Music School (MMS) of Kolkata, India. International cellist and music educator Anup Kumar Biswas, founder and director of the Mathieson Music School, will lead a broad range of professional musicians through an eclectic program including Western classical music, Broadway show tunes, jazz, Indian classical and folk music, rock n’ roll and even a little country music.
The concert will commemorate baritone and long-time MMS supporter Donald Lee Boothman, who died of cancer on July 6, 2016. Boothman was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. Following formal education at Princeton University and Oberlin College, he joined the United States Air Force Band and Singing Sergeants as soloist and announcer. A singer, teacher, and musical commentator, he performed opera, oratorio and concerts throughout the United States Europe, Asia, Australia and South America. He moved to Hardwick, Massachusetts in 1983 and married his wife Kaye in 1987. He met Biswas 17 years ago, when the cellist came to the U.S. to prepare for a concert at Carnegie Hall. The two began performing together, and for many years, Don and Kaye traveled to England and Wales annually to raise funds for MMS. He became a patron “uncle” to the school and its very special students.
Each August, Boothman would bring together talented musicians from Western Massachusetts to give fundraising concerts for MMS. Dr. Peter J. (PJ) McDonald, headmaster of Eagle Hill School (EHS), has long supported these fundraising efforts by sponsoring concerts on the school’s Hardwick campus. This year, Eagle Hill School is entering into a partnership with the Mathieson Music School, bringing together students from these two unique centers of learning, in a musical and cultural exchange that will offer unprecedented educational opportunities to both institutions. Eagle Hill School is sponsoring this concert as a first step in this exchange, reaching out to help MMS raise funds to build new classroom and dormitory buildings at its Kolkata campus.
The performance will feature Anup Kumar Biswas (cello) and his two children, Geetanjali (vocals, cello) and Satyajit (cello, mridangam), along with seven U.S. musicians who are donating their talents: Clifton “Jerry” Noble, Jr. (piano & guitar), Kara Noble (bass), Bob Sparkman (clarinet), Peter Shea (baritone), Jennifer Fijal (mezzo-soprano), Danny Brevik (baritone), and Ben Peterson (cello). They will present a diverse program including classic Broadway love songs such as Some Enchanted Evening and If I Loved You; traditional jazz standards like Honeysuckle Rose and Night and Day; original compositions including Biswas’s rock-and-raga inspired improvisation, Celebration; showstoppers by Sousa and Paganini and a country tribute to our Friends with Tractors.
Tickets are available through the box office of The Center at Eagle Hill School beginning on August 1, 2017. They can be purchased online at The Center’s website at http://www.thecenterateaglehill.org/ or by calling 413-477-6746. Tickets including the dinner must be purchased no later than Friday, August 18, 2017.

Donations to the Mathieson Music School can be made online at http://friendsofthemathiesonschool.org/donate/
 
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artspromo - Tue, Aug 1, 2017, 3:52 P
Long-awaited Breast Documentary Comes The Academy Music
Easthampton, MA (date): For the past four years, Easthampton resident and documentary filmmaker Meagan Murphy and her team have worked to create The Breast Archives, a groundbreaking documentary about women and their breasts. The film features nine women, most of whom were filmed with their breasts exposed. In a series of interviews, they explore, critique and celebrate the complex role of the breasts and their role in body image, health and social identity.

The screening will take place at The Academy of Music in Northampton, MA at 274 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060 on Sunday September 17th. Tickets are available at https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1521137. The film will begin at 5pm.

Please view the trailer here:

View on Vimeo.



Private screenings of the film have been met with inspired and thoughtful dialogue. When the lights come up, audiences are moved to share how the internalization of media images, religion and cultural contexts have influenced their relationships with their bodies and one another. The enthusiastic testimony isn’t limited to breast-havers: men often rave that The Breast Archives has connected them more deeply with the experiences and feelings of their partners.

Murphy is hopeful that the local community will support the film and its aim of engaging all people in a liberating, compassionate and expanded relationship with breasts. The honesty and generosity of the nine women in the film empowers all women to resist and rise above the media’s demands that our womanhood be conformist and that our breasts be perfectly formed, exclusively sexual or solely nurturing.

As the project plans for its first public showing, Murphy is launching an ambitious IndieGoGo fundraising campaign on September 14th in order to raise funds to market the film internationally.

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LAlaniz - Wed, Jul 19, 2017, 6:14 P
Crafted Cloth Exhibit And Pop-up Weaving Room Lca
Every Thursday during July at Leverett Crafts and Arts from 2-5 PM, the Barnes Gallery becomes a pop-up fiber studio. children with Adults are welcomed to weave, spin and make rope. No money, but smiles and some know-how are exchanged.
Call me with questions, at 413 409-1609. Leonore

Exhibit at LCA: Crafted Cloth tells stories about cloth for every day use, and about the people who grow fibers, weave, make felt, surface-design and sew cloth. They follow their vocation in New England and distant lands, making yardage, garments, shoes, chair covers, blankets, rugs, accessories, even masks.
Conceived and curated by Leonore Alaniz, this exhibit traverses segments of global textile history and fiber-scapes. While indigenous
textile arts are endangered, re-generative practices implemented by members of the “fibershed” movement for example, steady this decline and foster the emergence of modern fiber economies. Members subscribe to permaculture practices, cooperative product development and dialogue with consumers. Cloth as metaphor teaches that the regard a society affords to artful cloth making, is a reflection of that society’s stability and potency.
Through July 31st 2017.

OPEN Thursday - Sunday from 1:00 - 6 PM and by appointment.
The POP-UP classroom is open Thursdays 2 - 5 PM for children and adults wanting to try their hands at spinning, weaving and rope making.
 
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joy - Wed, Apr 26, 2017, 8:54 P
Pottery Classes Offered!
Hi Neighbors,
Just want to let you know that I’m offering pottery classes at LCA that start next week.
If you’re interested please let me know. They are a lot of fun and you will bring home your own beautiful pottery! I'm teaching Tues. afternoons from 3-5:30 and Wed. evenings from 6-8:30. I hope you can join!
JOy
 
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DO - Sun, Jan 29, 2017, 4:39 P
This Website
Keep me posted, Mik. I can help with promotion. It would be good to do another run of those handbills/cards with the state road sign graphic on front.
 
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mmuller - Sun, Jan 29, 2017, 3:51 P
This Website
Thanks, Don. Yes, it takes a village, and a certain amount of intention and follow-through, to untangle yourself from corporate ... anything. Though I am a frequent user of Facebook (I'll be the first one to admit it's a far easier platform to use) I still view it as the Wallmart of social media.

Back in 2009, when MontagueMA.net was in its hey day, that website was getting over 2000 page views a day, and at least 20 or more posts a day. The community was very involved in it, and I was told that pretty much everyone in Town Hall and the FD and PD would pull it up to read while they drank their morning coffee. It was responsible for the ouster of two selectboard members, and the surfacing of several issues that had been hiding below the surface in town.

It would be difficult to get that site back up to those numbers, but it's certainly worth trying, and the impact can still be the same. It all depends on whether people want to give it a go.

In February we will give this website its first facelift in a very long time. At that point we will have a meeting to show everyone what the site can do, and how it can be used. It really has a lot of capabilities.
 
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DO - Sun, Jan 29, 2017, 11:40 A
This Website
Thanks for all you do, Mik and you're right, I've been distracted by the larger world. Facebook hasn't gone micro local yet, though the Village Co-op FB page used to get a little traffic.

I'm going to make an effort to post area events once again. We'd all do well to remember LeverettMA.net now, given the growing need to go local in a world gone mad. :/
 
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mmuller - Sat, Jan 28, 2017, 5:16 P
This Website
Hello everyone,

It's been a while since anyone posted here. Facebook has pretty much crushed any local community websites, including this one and the others like it.

However, we are committed to improving the interface of our community websites over the next six months. Please stick around and check out the changes as they happen.

And please use this community website. POST SOME STUFF! You have a corkboard, and a calendar. Go for it.

Thanks,

Mik
 
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joy - Thu, Nov 10, 2016, 9:03 P
Pottery Studio Sale Sat. Nov. 12th
You're invited to my Open Studio Sale
Sat. Nov. 12th 10-5
at Leverett Crafts and Arts.
Come browse the large variety of pots. There will be 2nds too, food and drink!
Enter to win a free bowl!!
Good low studio prices!
There are lots of mugs, bowls of all sizes, garlic graters, garlic jars, pie plates, sponge holders, berry bowls, dip and chip platters, yarn bowls, ikebana, creamers/sugars and lots more!!
It would be wonderful to see you!
I am so grateful to be able to do the work I love!
Blessings, Joy

Fall Studio Sale!
Sat. Nov. 12th 10-4pm
Joy's studio at
Leverett Crafts & Arts
13 Montague Rd. Leverett, Ma. 01054
413-548-9673
Enter to win a free Bowl!
Micro-wave and dishwasher safe pottery!
Refreshments and drinks will be served.
 
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benno - Thu, Nov 10, 2016, 8:21 P
Please Come Give-away This Weekend
Hi Folks … Please come to my give-away this weekend. I’m downsizing my shop and have an array of shop items, material, and supplies to give away.

Location: 177 Cave Hill Rd in Leverett - on the corner of North Leverett Rd.
Time: 10 - 3 each day

There will also be a few larger shop tools for sale.

Donations will be gratefully accepted with all proceeds going to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, sustainable initiatives and organic farming organizations.




Hi Folks … For my birthday this year I’m hosting a giveaway on November 12 and 13th at my shop. I simply have too much stuff and I would be happy if you could make use of it. It should all probably get thrown away, but of course there is no “away”, so, you, my friends, are the closest thing I’ve got.
But ... if you are a homesteader, sculptor-of-found-objects, vintage hardware aficionado, or can use random piles of lumber, plywood, fasteners, paints, solvents, adhesives, painting supplies, and a variety of random shop supplies and gizmos, then this event is for you.
Everything offered is free except for a few power tools and a few select objects which I would like to sell.
On the other hand, contributions of any amount will be happily accepted, with proceeds being donated to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, sustainable initiatives, and organic farming organizations.
The shop is located at 177 Cave Hill Road, Leverett, Mass. Keep in mind that GPS takes you about a quarter mile up the hill beyond the actual address. !77 is actually on the corner of North Leverett Road and Cave Hill Road,. The Driveway is about a foot past the Mill River bridge on the right. My shop is the front section of the red barn.
Hope you can make it …
Ben
 
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COOP - Tue, Oct 11, 2016, 11:15 A
Membership Appreciation
October 29th Come and see us for our member appreciation Day! We will have music and tastings and all sorts of fun stuff!
Members get a discount at the reg for qualifying items! See you there!
 
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JTHK - Sun, Sep 18, 2016, 11:10 A
Rainy Sunday? Come Dance!
What better way to spend a rainy Sunday afternoon? Come down to the Unitarian Church in Amherst Centre for some Irish dancing. No previous experience necessary! A professional dance expert, Rebecca McGowan, will be there to help out!

2:00pm, Unitarian Universalist Church, Amherst Centre

http://www.amherstirish.org/Events.html
 
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joy - Wed, Aug 31, 2016, 1:44 P
Want Take Pottery Class?
Hi Neighbors,
I'm excited to start teaching again!
Come get your hands into some clay and create colorful and useful pots!
Let me know if you have any questions or are interested in signing up!
Taught by Joy Friedman
Wed. Evening Mixed Level Class
Adults and Teens
6:00-8:30pm
Sept. 14th- Nov. 9th
(no class of Nov. 2nd)
$340 includes all materials and firings.
At the Leverett Crafts and Arts
joypots@gmail.com
 
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Laurel - Fri, Jul 1, 2016, 5:36 P
Wendell Farmers Market
Hi everyone! Tomorrow on the Wendell Town Common from 10-1pm:

Sugarbush Farm will have maple syrup and cookbooks.

Joyfarm will have organic, free-range fertile pastured eggs, fruit-infused
maple syrup and assorted plants.

Laughing Dog Farm will have collards, kale, chard, beet greens, lettuce,
beets, garlic, shallots, snow and snap peas, cut flowers + (lil' white
bunny holding) ...and more!

New Wendell Farm will have, in addition to CSA distribution, the following
extras to sell:
bunched greens, hukurei turnips, snow and snap peas, culinary sage bunches,
and head lettuce. *Head lettuce will be on sale this weekend, 2 for $4*!
Don't forget to eat your veggies this weekend, folks! The romaine is huge--
make some big, crunchy caesar salads to go along with your BBQ. Romaine
also gives the perfect crunch to fresh-grilled burgers.

In addition: Shelley Hines here, of Wellness Shines. This Saturday, July 2nd, I shall be offering Asian Bodywork (Shiatsu) and Energy Healing for the Body, Mind & Spirit. I'm available from 10am-1pm and shall be booking onsite, as well as ahead of time with a call from you, to me, at 508-631-6376. If anyone who has already experienced my healing work and feels inclined to share some feedback, that would be awesome.
Looking forward to our time together!

See you there!
 
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Laurel - Fri, Jun 10, 2016, 11:51 A
Wendell Farmers Market
The Wendell Farmers Market (Saturday mornings, Wendell Common, 10-1:00) is a unique, weekly offering of high-quality, home-grown produce, plants, flowers, herbs, syrup and more, conceived in Wendell's inimitable spirit of diversity, generosity, creativity and mutual support. The vendors and practitioners of the Wendell Farmers Market aim to provide healthy, fresh and locally-grown sustenance (and services) to our friends and neighbors as well as other regional visitors to Wendell, especially those who value and are otherwise isolated from other good food sources. As well as fine produce, the Wendell Farmers Market often includes an on site healer/bodyworker, drummers and/or other minstrel musicians. Patrons include food lovers, friends, as well as local neighbors who come not only for the incredible, fresh, (largely organic!) produce, but as well to barter, kibbitz and talk gardening/food with the passionate farmer-teachers, onsite.

The Wendell Farmers Market welcomes other local growers, crafters, musicians and healers to participate, whether as "vendors", consumers, barterers or just to enjoy fellowship and a lovely view from the historic Wendell Common. Stop by and see us, Saturdays 10:00-1:00!

Sugarbush Farm features premium maple syrup crafted by Wendell farmer Bill Facey (who built a post-and-beam sugarhouse in Wendell. Laurel markets his syrup and can usually be seen on Saturdays at the Wendell Farmers Market as well as at the house at 47 Davis Road, off Mormon Hollow Road.

Laughing Dog Farm (of nearby Gill), run by Wendell "ex-pats" Divya Shinn and Dan Botkin, is a five acre, permaculture-inspired market farm, sanctuary and learning site, producing a wide variety of heirloom, seasonal and storage produce (plus herbs, flowers and garlic) to share with neighbors and friends... (CSA shares still available for summer.) 413-863-8696

Sarah Kohler of Joyfarm in New Salem and Caro Rozwell's new CSA will be there too!
 
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JennyB - Fri, Jun 3, 2016, 7:06 A
House Share Beautiful Bdrm House
Seeking one person for a 2 bdrm house share in a unique and beautiful home. Looking for someone interested in participating and collaborating in making the household work. A great fit is a person who enjoys connecting and communicating, and who also loves cats! Please view my ad on Craigslist for all the details:
https://westernmass..../roo/5610593844.html
 
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Laurel - Wed, Jun 1, 2016, 10:38 A
Wendell Farmers Market
The Farmers Market is in full swing on Saturdays from 10-1:00 on the north Common in Wendell. See you there!
 
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joy - Thu, Apr 28, 2016, 9:23 P
Spring Pottery Sale This Sat.!!
Hi,
You are invited to my Open Studio this Sat. April 30th.
It would be great to see you!
Joy

SPRING STUDIO SALE

Saturday April 30th 10-5 pm

Leverett Crafts and Arts 13 Montague Rd. Leverett, Ma. 01054

Dip and Chip Platters, Lots of Mugs, Garlic Jars,

Berry Bowls, Garlic Graters, Lace-Bowls, Vases, Pitchers, Ikebana, Plates, and much more…

Gifts for all occasions or just for you!
 
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LAlaniz - Tue, Dec 22, 2015, 11:30 A
For Rent, House Sharing.
Looking for one or two individuals to share 3 BR, energy efficient house on large property on Rt 63. Land / garden / attached green house, common spaces indoors are ideal for practicing healing arts and/or permaculture. Parent and child are welcomed. Reasonable rent plus utilties; first and last mo plus security. Share with mature woman who values neatness and good communications. Available now. Eight month lease requested. Leave message at 860 605 6705.
 
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joy - Wed, Sep 16, 2015, 1:48 P
Wanted: Potter’s Apprentice
Hi,
I’m a production potter in Leverett and I’m seeking a part-time apprentice.
For the right person, this is a great experience!
Flexible hours. Approximately 8-10 hours/week.
Preferably to work 2-3 days/week (not weekends) but hours are flexible.

You’ll receive free studio space, equipment to use, glazes and firings,
as well as 50% discount for pottery classes.
You will have the opportunity to learn about wheel-throwing,
hand-building, glazes, kilns, firing, and running and marketing your
own business.

Some of the work that you would be doing include: Making Glaze, Clay Preparation, Kiln preparation,
Kiln loading and unloading, Cleaning the studio, Packing and shipping the pottery,
Preparing for shows, Putting handles on pots and more.
If you are not interested but know someone who might be interested in
this, I'd really appreciate it if you could pass this email along to
them!!

For more information call Joy Friedman at 413-548-9673
e-mail - joypots@gmail.com www.joyfriedman.com
 
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joy - Mon, Aug 31, 2015, 10:16 P
Fall Pottery Classes
Get your hands into some clay!
Wheel Throwing and Hand-Building Instruction
*Weekly Demonstrations and Projects
*Beginners and all levels of experience welcome
*Lots of individual attention- Class limited to 8 people

1) Evening Mixed Level Class
Adults and Teens
Tues. Evenings Sept. 15th- Nov. 3rd
6:00-8:30pm

2) Daytime Mixed Level Class
Adults and Teens
Thurs. Mornings 10:30am -1:00pm
Sept. 17th- Nov. 5th

$300 includes all materials and firings
At the Leverett Crafts and Arts

There will be Open Studio Time available on Sat.'s 10:00-12:00am
Call Joy at 413-548-9673 or email: joypots@gmail.com
 
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Diane - Mon, Aug 31, 2015, 3:01 P
Charlie King Concert 9/19/15
CHARLIE KING - Saturday - September 19 - 7:30 pm
The Peace & Social Concerns Committee of Mount Toby Meeting presents Charlie King in concert on Saturday, September 19 at 7:30 pm. We are located at 194 Long Plain Rd. (Route 63), Leverett, MA.

Charlie King is a musical storyteller and political satirist. He has been at the heart of American folk music for half a century. He
sings and writes passionately about the extraordinary lives of ordinary people. In addition to a full time career of concert touring, Charlie has sung in support of numerous groups working for peace, human rights, economic justice and environmental sustainability.

“With encouraging regularity, Charlie King emerges from his self-reflection to remind us of the happy resilience of the human spirit. His message songs vary between the funny and the frightening, but he pulls them off with unvarying taste, musical skill, and charm.” – Billboard

“One of the finest singers and songwriters of our time.” – Pete Seeger

For more about Charlie, go to http://charlieking.org

Suggested donation is $10 to $20. For more info and reservations, call Diane Crowe at 413-548-9394 or go to:
mttobyconcerts.wordpress.com

Diane Crowe
Mt. Toby Concerts, Manager, https://mttobyconcerts.wordpress.com
Music of the People, DJ
WMCB 107.9 FM, Greenfield, MA, Wednesday 4-6 pm, Rebroadcast Thurs4 am, Sat 8 pm and Sun 8 am www.wmcb.net and on Valley Free Radio, WXOJ, 103.3 FM Northampton, MA, Wednesday 7:00-9:00 am - www.valleyfreeradio.org Playlists at: http://wmcbmusicofthepeople.blogspot.com
 
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glowUrchin - Sun, Aug 2, 2015, 1:51 A
Looking Move?
**** Seeking 1 more housemate for a group in spacious 3500 sq ft beautifully updated 1700’s Leverett house! ****

THE AVAILABLE ROOM -  Very large first floor room with working fireplace, white painted paneling, beautiful afternoon light, built in cabinet, many windows (4), cedar closet/storage just off room.  Share full bath with one other person on this floor. 
Rent $650 + utilities -  or are you seeking studio space?   If so, there is an adjacent large room you could choose to also use for a total of $750 + utilities. 


Common Space / just some of the many Amenities  -  roomy, lovely, spectacular! -  

Wood floors throughout [except where tiled]

SKYLIGHTS -  sunny vaulted ceilings with loads of skylights - 2 in kitchen, 3 in living area

Kitchen = Beautiful, gourmet kitchen with blue & white painted tiles, large 6 burner Viking gas range, many cabinets, and a breakfast table area.  

Living room = Open design area with wood stove, lots of quality windows. 

Wood stove plus working fireplaces - plus Zoned oil heat !  

Washer & Dryer on first floor - behind bathroom, but with outdoor separate entrance. Laundry line right next to it for nice weather use. 

OUTDOORS -  
Large, sunny beautiful backyard with big shade trees & mature ornamental plantings, possible garden space. 
PLENTY OF SPACE to relax.  Open pasture / 5 acres for hiking or to walk out. 

* [There is also a HOT TUB which can be used if any or us/ or collectively decide to take care of this and pay for the expense of using it.] 

LOCATION -  very close to Leverett center - can bike to library - a beautiful resource, hiking trails behind. Also right near Leverett Pond, if you like to kayak or canoe. 


the group =    We are mature, respectful, quiet, peaceful, environmentally minded people - (into recycling, green unscented cleaning soaps, etc). NO SMOKING
A gardener, a carpenter, an artist/dancer/teacher. We seek joyous, mellow times together, respect privacy. 

This is not an owner occupied house, but there is a restriction of no dogs…


Please contact Sarah or Will at 413-367-2001  

or email Bonnie at fireUrchin@mac.com 

      
We look forward to hearing from you & meeting you SOON




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DO - Tue, Jul 21, 2015, 9:52 A
Thursday July 30, 9am Herbicide Demo??
Have you read this:

< that Eversource has scheduled an herbicide application demonstration
for Thursday, July 30th at 9:00am at the pull off on Shutesbury Rd. in Leverett where the
power lines crosses the road. The location is just a little way up
Shutesbury Road towards Shutesbury from the Shutesbury and Cushman roads
intersection. This demonstration is the result of some resident concerns
about the herbicide application that were expressed at a recent Selectboard
meeting. All residents are welcome. Again the date is July 30 at 9:00 am.
on Shutesbury Road. >>

I'm bringing my "Say it: Don't Spray it Sign". You? Please pass it on!
 
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LAlaniz - Mon, Jul 13, 2015, 1:12 A
Apartment For Rent
This is a reply to the couple looking for an apartment. We have a ground floor 1BR apartmt available, located on Rt 63 near the Quaker Meeting House. It has Kit, Sm LR, BR, bath with tub. Its part of a larger house five people share. Surrounded by Nature / woods. It is warm in the winter. Carport. Lots of garden area avail. to be cultivated. Rent is $ 800. Utilities included. Owner occupied. Call Llan Starkweather at 413 548 9434.
 
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LAlaniz - Mon, Jul 13, 2015, 1:08 A
Room For Rent
Share a quiet household with common space that is enjoyed for healing, yoga and meditation. Ideal for vegetarian who values neatness, sounds of surrounding nature, hikes in adjoining woods, uplifting music, and mutual growth through harmonious exchanges. There is much opportunity to garden outdooors and in the adjoining greenhouse. You'd share this unique house with one mature woman. Owner lives in the nearby mainhouse. The available room is small and empty, furnished common areas are ample. The kitchen is equipped. Utilities included. First and last month rent, $ 525/mo. Available now. Call 413 548 9434.

Leonore Alaniz.
 
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joy - Fri, May 22, 2015, 10:18 P
Pottery Classes Offered This Summer!
I want to let you know about my pottery classes that are starting up in June.
It is a fun and creative class where you can learn to throw pots on the wheel or hand-build beautiful pieces.
Make mugs, plates, bowls, night-lights, pitchers, butter dishes and casseroles. Learn surface decoration, altering, and glazing.
I hope you can join in this class or can pass it along to someone you think might enjoy it.
1) Tues. Mornings 10:30am-1:00pm
June 2nd- July 21st
2) Wed. Evenings 6:00-8:30
June 3rd - July 22nd

Call JOy-413-548-9673 joypots@gmail.com www.joyfriedman.com
 
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Allison - Sat, May 16, 2015, 1:47 P
Apartment For Rent
Anyone know of an apartment for rent in So. Leverett or North Amherst? Young, working couple looking for a 1 bedroom to rent, long term, starting this summer. Close to nature is ideal~

Thanks!

Allison
 
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