Oct
26
4:15 PM16:15

Trick or Treat at Windsor Town Park!

Windsor Town Park
Parks and Rec is holding Windsor's first ever "Trunk or Treat.” Decorate the trunk/back of your car, SUV, or truck and pass out candy to the trick or treaters of Windsor all in one location! Come decorate your vehicle around 4:15, Trick-or-Treating starts at 4:30. A prize will be given for best decorated vehicle! There will be a bonfire, apple cider, and doughnuts as well! Let's make this Halloween fun for the kids! For more information, questions and to RSVP please contact Abby Smith at 413-588-7026 or aduffy89@me.com.

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Oct
20
10:30 AM10:30

10th ANNUAL BERKSHIRE DRUM FEST Classes

The drum fest is an annual community experience to gather and celebrate in the spirit of the drum. Drum fest 2019 will feature an intergenerational West African drum class on Saturday 10/19 at 5:30 and teen/adult drum classes Sunday 10/20 (registration required for all drum classes). Classes will be led by master drummer & “Djembe Fola” Namory Keita from Sangbarala, Guinea West Africa with a performance on Saturday 10/20 featuring: Namory Keita, the Berkshire Rhythm Keepers led by Aimee Gelinas, Youth Alive, Berkshire Pulse Teen drummers and special guests. Fest proceeds will support the Tamarack Hollow Nature & Cultural Center’s year round environmental education for all ages, the “Raise the Roof” fund to build a sustainable nature and cultural education center and to continue to conserve 32 acres of highland boreal forest in Windsor, MA for future generations. Tamarack Hollow is a 501c3 tax-exempt non-profit organization whose mission is to “Inspire environmental and cultural awareness, appreciation and stewardship”. Visit the website or Facebook event page for more info. Doors open at 6:30pm on 10/19 for the concert that will also include a world marketplace, silent auction, and Tamarack Hollow video. Concert is $10-$20+ suggested donations at the door (walk ins welcome for concert only) or make a donation on our website: www.tamarackhollownatureandculturalcenter.org

Email Director Aimee Gelinas at aimee@gaiaroots.com for drum class fee info and to register for drum classes (required). More info and RSVP on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/events/538993946635788/

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Oct
19
7:00 PM19:00

10th ANNUAL BERKSHIRE DRUM FEST Concert

Windsor Town Hall
The drum fest is an annual community experience to gather and celebrate in the spirit of the drum. Doors open at 6:30pm on 10/19 for the concert that will also include a world marketplace, silent auction, and Tamarack Hollow video. Concert is $10-$20+ suggested donations at the door (walk ins welcome for concert only) or make a donation on our website: www.tamarackhollownatureandculturalcenter.org

Email Director Aimee Gelinas at aimee@gaiaroots.com for drum class fee info and to register for drum classes (required). More info and RSVP on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/events/538993946635788/


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Oct
19
5:30 PM17:30

10th ANNUAL BERKSHIRE DRUM FEST Class

Windsor Town Hall
This class is the kick off to the 10th ANNUAL BERKSHIRE DRUM FEST, a community experience to gather and celebrate in the spirit of the drum. Drum fest 2019 will feature an intergenerational West African drum class on Saturday and teen/adult drum classes Sunday 10/20 (registration required for all drum classes). Classes will be led by master drummer & “Djembe Fola” Namory Keita from Sangbarala, Guinea West Africa with a performance on Saturday 10/20 featuring: Namory Keita, the Berkshire Rhythm Keepers led by Aimee Gelinas, Youth Alive, Berkshire Pulse Teen drummers and special guests. Fest proceeds will support the Tamarack Hollow Nature & Cultural Center’s year round environmental education for all ages, the “Raise the Roof” fund to build a sustainable nature and cultural education center and to continue to conserve 32 acres of highland boreal forest in Windsor, MA for future generations. Tamarack Hollow is a 501c3 tax-exempt non-profit organization whose mission is to “Inspire environmental and cultural awareness, appreciation and stewardship”. Visit the website or Facebook event page for more info. Doors open at 6:30pm on 10/19 for the concert that will also include a world marketplace, silent auction, and Tamarack Hollow video. Concert is $10-$20+ suggested donations at the door (walk ins welcome for concert only) or make a donation on our website: www.tamarackhollownatureandculturalcenter.org

Email Director Aimee Gelinas at aimee@gaiaroots.com for drum class fee info and to register for drum classes (required). More info and RSVP on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/events/538993946635788/

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Oct
14
10:00 AM10:00

CoA Meeting

Town Offices
All are invited to attend. We’d love new members! Come hear what we’re up to and consider joining us to help make Windsor a better place for our elders to live, and thus better place for us all.

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Oct
9
12:00 PM12:00

Post-Hayride Community Luncheon!

Town Hall
The Community luncheon will be served at the Town Hall at the conclusion of the hayride (approx noon). Admission to the luncheon is $5 at the door. Menu is beef stew, biscuits, vegetarian soup/stew and a fruit crisp. Bring your beverage of choice. Hot cider will be available. Open to all Windsor residents.

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Oct
9
9:30 AM09:30

Windsor Community Hayride!

Town Hall
Community hayride will depart from the town hall at 9:30 am and wind its way through Shaw Rd, Notchview and turn around at the warming hut in Bates Field. Open to anyone who can safely navigate a 4 step stair into the wagon. The Community luncheon will be served at the Town Hall at the conclusion of the hayride (approx noon). Admission to the luncheon is $5 at the door. Menu is beef stew, biscuits, vegetarian soup/stew and a fruit crisp. Bring your beverage of choice. Hot cider will be available.

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Sep
29
10:00 AM10:00

Windsor Fire Station Open House

Windsor Fire Station
Come visit the Windsor Fire Station open house on your way to or from the annual Windsor Pie sale! The Windsor Volunteer Firemen’s Association and Windsor Volunteer Fire Department will be showcasing the new Fire Engine, delivered earlier this year, along with a display of some antiques and early history, including our first new Fire Engine from 1959. We’ll have games and prizes for the kids and refreshments for everyone. Be sure to stop by and visit!

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Sep
24
10:00 AM10:00

Storytime with Goats

Notchview
Cuddle with our two French Alpine goats, Daisy & Aster and join us for a snack and story afterwards!  We'll start the morning off hanging out with our two goats in their little barn. This includes brushing them, feeding them a snack of their own and going for a little walk (if weather allows).  Afterwards, we'll head into the lodge for a nature or farm inspired story and juice & cookies!  This event takes place weekly, rain or shine.  Please register online.  Space is limited.  For more information, contact Andrea Caluori at acaluori@thetrustees.org.  Intended for ages 3-5, but anyone is welcome!  Older children are invited to bring their own chapter book to read in the lodge. Dress to be outside, with farm animals and for the weather. Cost: Member Child: $3; Nonmember Child: $6. For more info, call: 413.200.7262

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Sep
21
7:00 PM19:00

Windsor Stargazing with Arunah Hill!

Notchview
Join Arunah Hill for public stargazing at Notchview, which offers beautiful conditions for night skies observation due to its high elevation and lack of light pollution.  Remember to dress appropriately, bring your own chair & snacks (and telescope if you have one!).  Stargazing is cancelled due to cloud cover.  To learn more about Arunah Hill and to see whether a public stargazing event at Notchview has been cancelled, please check Arunah Hill's Facebook page. Cost: FREE! For more info: 413.684.0148
acaluori@thetrustees.org

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