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Arts & Entertainment Calendar: Nov. 14-20

  • Painting by George Gardner Symons of Colrain.

    Painting by George Gardner Symons of Colrain.

  • A portrait of George Gardner Symons. Submitted photo.

    A portrait of George Gardner Symons. Submitted photo.

  • TURNERS FALLS (October 20, 2013) — Actors rehearse "It's a Hard-Knock Life," a musical number in Ja'Duke's upcoming performance of Annie. There are 27 "orphans"  in the performance, said Ja'Duke director Nick Waynelovich. Recorder/Trish Crapo

    TURNERS FALLS (October 20, 2013) — Actors rehearse "It's a Hard-Knock Life," a musical number in Ja'Duke's upcoming performance of Annie. There are 27 "orphans" in the performance, said Ja'Duke director Nick Waynelovich. Recorder/Trish Crapo

  • Submitted photo<br/>‘The Art of Illustration’<br/>Children’s book author and illustrator Astrid Sheckles

    Submitted photo
    ‘The Art of Illustration’
    Children’s book author and illustrator Astrid Sheckles

  • Painting by George Gardner Symons of Colrain.
  • A portrait of George Gardner Symons. Submitted photo.
  • TURNERS FALLS (October 20, 2013) — Actors rehearse "It's a Hard-Knock Life," a musical number in Ja'Duke's upcoming performance of Annie. There are 27 "orphans"  in the performance, said Ja'Duke director Nick Waynelovich. Recorder/Trish Crapo
  • Submitted photo<br/>‘The Art of Illustration’<br/>Children’s book author and illustrator Astrid Sheckles

Thursday 14

Clubs

BETWEEN THE UPRIGHTS, 23 Avenue A, Turners Falls. Thursday Night Football, Colts vs. Titans at 8:25 p.m. Eligible to win $500 cash by watching the game at BTU on 14 HDTVs, ask Bar Manager Kara for details, 863-2882.

DEJA BREW, 57A Lockes Village Road, Wendell: the Surly Temple. Jim Henry, Guy DeVito, Doug Plavin and Tommy Boynton. 8 to 10:30 p.m. No cover. 978-544-2739.

IRON HORSE, 20 Center St., Northampton: 7 p.m. Jesse Dee. the Snaz opens. $10, $13. www.iheg.com.

THE RENDEZVOUS, 78 Third St., Turners Falls: 8 p.m. Uncle Hal’s Crab Grass Band. Americana-ana. 8 p.m. Free. 863-2866.

TAYLOR’S TAVERN, 238 Main St., Greenfield. Bruins vs. Columbus at 7 p.m. NFL football: Colts vs. Titans at 8 p.m. Watch 11 50-inch HDTVs. Thirsty Thursdays & College night hosted by Big Dan in the Sports Bar. Beer Pong Tournament. Wear your college shirt or show your college I.D. to be entered in end-of-the-night prizes. 413-773-8313.

Dance

MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE Fall Dance concert. 8 p.m. Studio Theatre, Kendall Hall, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley. $5 students, $10 general admission. Continues Friday and Saturday. These three dynamic nights of dance feature works by guest artists Sidra Bell, Tong Wang, and faculty members Jim Coleman, Terese Freedman, Paul Matteson and Marilyn Sylla. As a highlight of the program, Five College dancers perform a new work by nationally-renowned NYC choreographer Sidra Bell. Guest artist Tong Wang, currently on the faculty at University of California Irvine, has created “In the Reflection,” a lively character-based work set to “Songs without Words” by Felix Mendelssohn. Wang has performed principal roles in the Shanghai Ballet, Tulsa Ballet, Dayton Ballet, Colorado Ballet, and most recently Ballet West. Take It OVER, a trio that pushes kinetic partnering to the edge of failure, is also featured in this concert.

Films

BRATTLEBORO FILM FESTIVAL at the historic, newly renovated Latchis Theatre, 48 Main St., Brattleboro, Vt. Offering 30 films that are hot right now — dramatic features, Oscar contenders, break-out roles, compelling dramas, timely documentaries and intelligent animation for all ages; free workshops and talks. Ends today. 8:30 p.m. “Best in Fest Award and Screening.” the top four “people’s choice” films of the festival will repeat at screenings. www.brattleborofilmfestival.org/

Libraries

GREENFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARY, Main St., Greenfield: ∎ Writer’s Lunch, noon to 2 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Self-directed free writing time. Contact Jane Buchanan at 772-1544 for more information. ∎ Memoir writing group. 10 a.m to noon. An eight week memoir writing workshop led by Joannah Whitey. It is organized around the premise that we all have stories to tell — we just need to make the time to tell them. Space limited. To register, contact 772-1544.

MILLERS FALLS LIBRARY, Millers Falls: Music and Movement for Young Children series with Laurie Davidson and Tom Carroll. Thursdays at 10 a.m. Through Dec. 19. For more information, call 863-3214.

Music

GOODNIGHT MOONSHINE in concert. 8 p.m. the Parlor Room, 32 Masonic St., Northampton. With Melody Walker and Jacob Groupman. The music is informed by everything from the layered texture and driving beat of the 1990s alternative music they grew up on, to a Depression era vintage landscape, say promoters. $10. 665-4036, www.parlorroommusic.com.

Potpourri

BALD EAGLES AND PEREGRINE FALCONS history in the state of Massachusetts presented by Andrew Vitz. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Northfield Mountain Recreation and Environmental Center, Route 63, Northfield. The illustrated talk will include information about historical abundance, extirpation, reintroduction and current status in the Commonwealth. Free. For ages 12 and older. To register, call 800-859-2960.

STORYTELLERS ON A MISSION at New England Youth Theater, 100 Flat St., Brattleboro, Vt. 7 p.m. Hosted by comedian Tom Shillue, it will feature the comic storytellers Brian Babylon, Ophira Eisenberg, Dave Hill, Adam Wade and SRSLY with Alexandra Fiber and Danielle Gibson. $25, $40, $60. The proceeds will be matched one-to-one by an anonymous donor and go to benefit NEYT. Tickets available online at neyt.org.

Speakers

DEBORAH WHEELER will present a program on artist Gardner Symons. 7 p.m. Buckland Public Library, Upper Street, Buckland. 7 p.m. Symons came to Charlemont around 1908 from his hometown of Chicago at the encouragement of a member of the Healy family to stay at their farm and paint the Deerfield River. He completed the painting called “An Opalescent River” and was awarded the Carnegie Prize at the National Academy of Design in 1909. The painting was immediately bought by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, where it remains today. This was the beginning of his love affair with the North and Deerfield River valleys. He painted outdoors in the weather and he was most well known for his ability to paint ice and snow. Many of his paintings are identified as “The Berkshires” but on close inspection it was found that most are actually the Shattuckville portion of Colrain where his home and studio were on the banks of the river. Free; light refreshments served. Sponsored by The Friends of Robert Strong Woodward.

GREENFIELD COMMUNITY COLLEGE SENIOR SYMPOSIUM presents 2 to 4 p.m. GCC Downtown Center, 270 Main St., Greenfield. “The 99 and The 1” with author and scholar Gerald Friedman. For almost a half century after the stock market crash of 1929, America became more equal and more democratic. But since the late 1970s, the standard of living for most Americans has been nearly static, while virtually all income gains have gone to the wealthiest among us. The rich now enjoy opulence and social political power reminiscent of the 19th century Gilded Age. Friedman will discuss the rise of the 1 per cent, the political and economic origins of their growing wealth and power, and the consequences for American democracy. $10. Financial assistance available for all symposia by pre-registration only. To register, call 775-1661, www.gcc.mass.edu/community_education.

PIONEER VALLEY INSTITUTE’S annual meeting will feature William Coli, owner of Charlemont’s Blue Heron Farm and a UMass Extension IPM specialist. 7 p.m., Sloan Theater at Greenfield Community College. After a brief survey of farming in the Pioneer Valley at the turn of the 20th century, Coli will turn his attention to the changes after World War II, the so-called “Golden Age of Pesticides.” From the beginnings of the environmental movement — think Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring” that brought the banning of DDT — there has been the development of new pesticides, the introduction of integrated pest management (IPM) and the dramatic growth in the use of GMOs as well as the burgeoning organic farming movement. Coli will discuss recent changes. Free.

Theater

“SPRING AWAKENING,” edgy rock musical that deals with young people’s sexuality presented by Keene State College Theatre and Dance and Music Departments. 7:30 p.m. Main Street Theatre of Keene State’s Redfern Arts Center. Continues Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Tickets $16 general public, $13 seniors, $6 KSC students. Call the box office at 603-358-2168 or online at www.keene.edu/racbp. Angela Barlow, assistant professor in the Keene State College Department of Sociology and Criminologyy, will lead a discussion along with members of the cast following the Thursday, Nov. 14, performance. The talkback, sponsored by Alpha Psi Omega, Keene State College’s theater and dance honor society, will focus on sexual expression as “deviant” in the sexually oppressive 19th century, the time period when the play is set.

Friday 15

Clubs

BETWEEN THE UPRIGHTS, 23 Avenue A, Turners Falls. Friday Night Karaoke in the Sports Bar tonight hosted by Dirty Johnny at 9 p.m. followed by Dancing in The Extra Point Nightclub with DJ J-ill at 10 p.m. No cover. 863-2882.

DEJA BREW, 57A Lockes Village Road, Wendell: 9 to 11:30 p.m. Josh Levangie and The Mud, Blood & Beer Band. Singing Johnny Cash favorites and much more. No cover. 978-544-2739, www.dejabrewpub.com.

IRON HORSE, 20 Center St., Northampton: 7 p.m. Jerry Douglas: A Special Solo Performance. $35, $40. www.iheg.com.

THE RENDEZVOUS, 78 Third St., Turners Falls: 9:30 p.m. Santina (Santina King of Warwick and David Coffey of Deerfield), Drew Bligh. Indie-acoustic. Free. 863-2866.

ROOSTERS TAVERN, 74 Main St., Northfield: 6 to 8 p.m. Derek Bridges, a local guitar talent plays soft rock, country and originals. No cover charge. Requests honored. For more information, call 498-0006.

TAYLOR’S TAVERN, Main Street, Greenfield: Bruins vs Ottawa at 7:30 p.m. Friday night madness with Big Dan in the sports bar. Watch 11 50-inch HDTVs. 773-8313.

Coffeehouse

MOCHA MAYA’S, 47 Bridge St., Shelburne Falls: Jeremy Lyons with guest M.R. Poupopoulos. 7:30 p.m. Lyons is a versatile performer, slide guitarist, singer and songwriter. He plays in and with American music traditions. Poulopoulos songs are sweetly melodic and often melancholy, as well as intelligent and soulful, say promoters. Free; please tip the musicians. 625-6292, info@mochamayas.com.

Dance

AMHERST INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCING: Every Friday night, 7:30 to 10 p.m. Bangs Community Center, Boltwood Walk, Amherst Center. Dances from the Balkans, Middle Eastern Europe, more. You need not bring a partner. Live music first Fridays of the month. Some teaching. Beginners welcome. Donation. 549-6748. www.amherstfolkdancing.org.

MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE’S Fall Dance concert continues. See Thursday’s listing.

Fairs & Festivals

OLD DEERFIELD CHRISTMAS SAMPLER at the Eastern States Exposition in West Springfield. Noon to 7 p.m. $8 adults, $1 children under 12. Continues Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information go to www.deerfield-craft.org/sampler.htm. The Old Deerfield Christmas Sampler features 250 exhibitors with a tremendous selection of crafts and fine arts. Ornaments from the Sampler exhibitors have even been selected to decorate the White Ho, and Clayton Fulkerson, whose gingerbread style ornaments have become collector’s items Demonstrations at the holiday show feature food, ornaments, and music. “Make & Take” classes give visitors a chance to try their hand at craft projects including a fun “Make a Succulent Martini,” that results a cute, holiday decoration. Schedules are listed online Friday hours extend to 7 p.m. to include a tasting of wines made a local vineyard along with cheese. More information and discount coupons, are on www.deerfield-craft.org, You can also call 413-774-7476, ext. 18.

Libraries

GREENFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARY, 402 Main St., Greenfield. ∎ Mother Goose on the Loose. Happy circle with Kay Lyons at a lap sit story hour for children ages 3 and under. Rhymes, songs and movement games. 11 a.m. ∎ Writers’ Workshop. Noon to 2 p.m. Fridays. Jane Buchanan and Joannah Whitney lead the program, which includes writing exercises and discussion and an opportunity to share what has been written. No charge and registration not required. Contact Buchanan at 772-1544 for more details. ∎ Open for Business. 2 p.m. Reliable WiFi and a quiet workspace in the LeVanway Meeting Room.

Literary

THIRD FRIDAY OPEN PROSE and Poetry Reading at Arms Library, Bridge and Main streets, Shelburne Falls. 7 p.m. Arrive before 7 to sign up for a five minute open mic slot; one 10 minute slot is available. Listeners welcome. Free; refreshments. Handicapped accessible from downstairs. 625-0306.

WORLD EYE BOOKSHOP, 156 Main St., Greenfield: Greg Ruth book signing. 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Ruth has created many comic books, illustrated children’s books and graphic novels and has worked on videos for Prince and Rob Thomas. He will be signing of his latest work “The Lost Boy.” 772-2186.

Potpourri

HISTORIC DEERFIELD: ∎ Art and Craft: Embroidered Linen. 11 a.m to 1 p.m. New program. First, enjoy looking at an object in the collection. then, sit down with museum educators to explore artistic materials and techniques as you make a project that expresses your own inspired take on the past. Look at linen objects in the collection, understand how they are made and learn to embroider initials on linen. To register, email arlopez@historic-deerfield.org. Included with general admission ticket; an additional materials fee will be required. ∎ European Originals and Transatlantic Exports: Tin-Glazed Earthenware in North America. A Three-Day Decorative Arts Forum. Today through Sunday. A three-day forum on the European production of tin-glazed earthenware and its exportation to North America. Information and registration at www.historic-deerfield.org.

RESTORATIVE YOGA at Community Yoga and Wellness Center, 16 Federal St., 2nd floor, Greenfield. 5:30 to 7 p.m. DeDe Boyd and Barbara Polowy will guide students in “active relaxation” using simple yoga props to support the body in a series of backbends, twists and inverted posture to cultivate profound rest and deep relaxation. All levels welcome. Third Friday of the month. $15. To register call 774-4700 or email info@community-yoga.com.

Theater

“FIRECRACKER BYE BYE,” a comedic tearjerker about the best Italian-American grandmother. Ever. 8 p.m. Hooker Dunham Theater, 139 Main St., Brattleboro, Vt. Continues Saturday. Nationally touring solo performer Seth Lepore, who is known for his dynamic character acting and vocal elasticity, plays his most intimate cast of characters yet, say promoters. Continues Saturday at 8 p.m. Tickets $13 general, $10 seniors, students, military. Advanced tickets at: bit.ly/sethums.

“H.M.S. PINAFORE” presented by Valley Light Opera at Northampton’s Academy of Music, 274 Main St., Northampton. 8 p.m. Gilbert & Sullivan’s well-known classic of musical theater. Graham Christian, stage director for VLO, has moved the action back to 1805 from Gilbert and Sullivan’s original setting in 1878. The story will unfold in the atmosphere of triumph and celebration that followed Great Britain’s decisive naval victory over the combined French and Spanish fleets at Trafalgar, arguably the British Royal Navy’s finest moment and a time of heightened patriotism. 8 p.m. Continues Saturday at 8 p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m. For ticket information, call 584-9032 or www.academyofmusictheatre.com.

“SPRING AWAKENING” continues. See Thursday’s listing.

Saturday 16

Clubs

BETWEEN THE UPRIGHTS, 23 Avenue A, Turners Falls. Dancing in The Extra Point Nightclub with DJ DREW spinning all the hottest hits starting at 10 p.m. No cover. 863-2882.

DEJA BREW, 57A Lockes Village Road, Wendell: Squagmyre. A Burlington, Vt.-based band that blends power-pop rock with groove-based jams filled with infectious melodies and danceable explorations, say promoters. 978-544-2739, www.dejabrewpub.com.

IRON HORSE, 20 Center St., Northampton. 7 p.m. Joe Ely. $22.50, $25. 10 p.m. Outer Stylie. $10, $13. www.iheg.com.

THE RENDEZVOUS, 78 Third St., Turners Falls: Rockit Queer with DJ Funkadelic Fern. $3. 9:30 p.m. 863-2866.

ROOSTER’S TAVERN, 74 Main St., Northfield: 6 to 8 p.m. Cameron Sutphin, a Connecticut guitar talent plays soft rock, country and originals. No cover. Requests honored. For more information call 498-0006.

ROUTE 63 ROADHOUSE, 32 Federal St., Millers Falls: Turn It Loose. Classic Rock. 659-3384.

TAYLOR’S TAVERN, 238 Main St.. Saturday night madness with Tyler downstairs in Taylor’s Tavern. Watch 11 50 inch HDTVs. 773-8313

Coffeehouse

FULL MOON COFFEEHOUSE, Old Town Hall, center of Wendell. 7:30 p.m. Zydeco Connection brings irresistible sound and driving rhythms of Louisiana zydeco. This is a high-energy dance band that plays a spicy gumbo of zydeco, blues, two-steps, waltzes, boogie woogie and swing. Dessert-o-rama. $7 to $15. 978-544-5557, www.wendellfullmoon.org. See Sheryl Hunter’s Sounds Local column page D5.

MOCHA MAYA’S, 47 Bridge St., Shelburne Falls: Phil Yates and The Affiliates with special guest Seth Adam. 7:30 p.m. “Known for his witty lyrics and post-punk pop sounds, Yates brings carefree fun to serious subjects while bouncing the beat to make it all worthwhile, and altogether a hoot and a half.” Illinois Times. Free; please tip the musicians. 625-6292, info@mochamayas.com.

Dance

MONADNOCK TRI-STATE DANCE CLUB, Elmm Hall, Durkee Street, Winchester, N.H. 7 to 11 p.m. Music by Williams Brothers.

MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE’S Fall Dance concludes. See Thursday’s listing.

Fairs & Festivals

DEERFIELD CHRISTMAS SAMPLER continues. See Friday’s listing.

Literary

WORLD EYE BOOKSHOP, 156 Main St., Greenfield: Local illustrators Astrid Sheckels, Robin Brickman, Micha Archer and Diane de Groat will be on hand for fun and art activities for children of all ages. 10 a.m. to noon. 772-2186.

Music

THE ARTS BLOCK, 289 Main St., Greenfield: Juke Joint Jazz CD release party with The Joe Belmont Band. Juke Joint Jazz plays original, hard-driving arrangements of the classic jazz repertoire. Featuring several accomplished soloists, with influences ranging from Miles Davis to the Grateful Dead, from Monk to Funk, the band plays an eclectic mix of works from an international cast of composers. $13 at the door; $10 in advance at www.theartsblock.com.

BENEFIT CONCERT for the Quaker Earthcare Witness of Friends (Quakers) in North America, featuring folksingers Annie Patterson, Ben Tousley and Sue Kranz. They will pool their guitar, banjo, flute and harmony vocal talents in an evening of inspiring traditional and contemporary folk songs, say promoters. 7:30 p.m. Mt. Toby Friends Meeting, 194 Long Plain Road, Leverett. Suggested donation: adults $10 to $20; children $5. Patterson is co-creator of the popular songbook, “Rise Up Singing.” She has performed and led singing at a wide variety of venues throughout North America, New Zealand and the British Isles. Their duo CD, “Take Heart,” was released last year. The Boston Globe writes: “Tousley and Kranz entrance folk fans with their rich harmonies and gentle spirits.”

RAY MASON will perform at the Thirsty Mind, 23 College St., Village Commons, South Hadley. 7 to 9 p.m. No cover; tips appreciated. 538-9309.

WISTARIA CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY presents “Schubertiad,” an evening of early and late masterpieces by Franz Schubert. 7:30 p.m. Unitarian Society of Northampton’s Great Hall, 220 Main St., Northampton. Tickets $20 at the door. For reservations, call 634-5716, contact@wistariachambermusic.com.

WOMAN SONGWRITER COLLECTIVE is a group of musicians, singers and songwriters whose members get together once a month to share resources, support each other’s creative endeavors, learn songs, play shows and eat food. 7 p.m. First Parish, Main Street and Parker Avenue, Northfield. Members are Wishbone Zoe, Lisa Marie Ellingsen, Carolyn Walker, Christa Joy and Lexi Weege. The group has recently performed at the Iron Horse in Northampton, Montreal, Cambridge and numerous venues across new England. A goodwill offering will benefit the Woman Songwriter Collective and the historic First Parish of Northfield. Homemade refreshments at intermission. For more information, contact Terry McKeon at 498-5431.

Potpourri

GREAT FALLS DISCOVERY CENTER, 2 Avenue A, Turners Falls: Beaver Moon Gathering at Great Falls. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The celebration will offer a variety of Native American crafts for sale and music by Native American flute player Barry Higgins, Strong oak and the Visioning B.E.A.R. Drum Singers, the Medicine Mammals Singers, and songwriter/guitarist Joe Graveline. Wolf Tree Programs will offer a stone tool making demonstration and a primitive fire making demonstration. There will be children’s activities, refreshments, and a traditional gardens exhibit. The raffle drawing will be at 2 p.m. Items will include pieces of exquisite jewelry, a moose hide frame drum created especially for the raffle by Strong Oak, and other unique gifts. On sale will be crafts made by the people of Medicine Mammals, T-shirts with Native American designs created by Neil Dargis, and indigenous clay pots made by David Pinkham. Doors open at 11 a.m. Children’s craft activity with Medicine Mammals: corn husk dolls, $2 per child, at 12:15 p.m.

GHS HOCKEY COMEDY FUNDRAISER. Greenfield Elks Club, 2 Church St., Greenfield, 8 p.m. Comedians Eve Brown Waite, Ellen Villani and Cindy Foster. Also, dancing with DJ Tom Mayo at 9 p.m. Tickets, $15 at the door.

HISTORIC DEERFIELD: ∎ “From Nature to Color: Fun with Natural Dyes.” Noon to 4:30 p.m. History workshop. Flower blossoms, leaves, roots, bark, nuts and even insects have been used to infuse fabric with brilliant color. The science of natural dyeing is in knowing how to harvest and process these materials and how to make dye recipes using mordant to bind color to fiber. Experiment as we use dye plants we have harvested from our own garden, like marigolds and coreopsis, and things we have collected from the wild, such as sumac and black walnuts. As you learn about the colors used in colonial dye pots, you can dye a small cloth bag to take home with you. Included with general admission. Saturdays and Sundays through Nov. 30. ∎ Open Hearth Cooking: pies. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. As the fall settles in and the days get shorter, our cooks will be busy in the kitchen making pies. Pies were a common dish served as part of the meal. They were savory or sweet — sometimes both with surprising flavor combinations. Come learn about pie. Included with general admission.

Theater

“ANNIE” presented by Ja’Duke Center for the Performing Arts. 6 p.m. at Yankee Candle Theater, Routes 5 & 10, South Deerfield. Continues Sunday at 2 p.m.; Nov. 23 at 6 p.m., and Nov. 24 at 2 p.m. In the depths of the 1930s, Annie is a fiery young orphan girl who must live in a miserable orphanage run by the tyrannical Miss Hannigan. Her seemingly hopeless situation changes dramatically when she is selected to spend a short time at the residence of the wealthy munitions industrialist Oliver Warbucks. Musical numbers will include “Hard Knock Life” and “Tomorrow” and a “A New Deal for Christmas,” which will be sung right next to a Christmas tree. Tickets $12 general admission; 65 and over and 12 and under $10. 863-0001, www.jaduke.com.

ERIC CARLE MUSEUM OF PICTURE BOOK ART, 125 West Bay Road, Amherst, presents “Mister Seahorse” and “A House for Hermit Crab.” Productions by Picture Book Theatre. 3 p.m. Continues Nov. 23 at 2 p.m., and Nov. 29 and 30 at 2 and 3 p.m. A stick-puppet show, “Mister Seahorse” follows a male seahorse as he carries his mate’s eggs through the ocean, meeting a variety of underwater creatures. “A House for Hermit Crab” teaches children the months of the year and addresses the challenges of finding a new home. Tickets $5. Call the museum at 658-1126. Museum admission not required to see the performance.

“FIRECRACKER BYE BYE” concludes. See Friday’s listing.

“H.M.S. PINAFORE” continues. See Friday’s listing.

“SPRING AWAKENING” concludes. See Thursday’s listing.

Sunday 17

Clubs

BETWEEN THE UPRIGHTS, 23 Avenue A, Turners Falls. NFL Sunday Ticket, every game on 14 HDTVs. Munchie Bar, BTU Wheel, Prizes, Giveaways, Contests. Win two tickets to see Broncos vs. Patriots game at Gillette Stadium, drawing at 6 p.m. No cover. 863-2882.

DEJA BREW, 57A Lockes Village Road, Wendell: Crow’s Rebellion. Warped Americana. Steve Crow, electric guitar, vocal; Peter Kim, bass, and Joe Fitzpatrick, drums. 8 to 10:30 a.m.

IRON HORSE, 20 Center St., Northampton: 7 p.m. Lisa Marie Presley. Americana-inspired. $25, $30. www.iheg.com.

PEARL STREET BALLROOM, 10 Pearl St., Northampton: 8 p.m. The Lone Bellow, Brooklyn folk-pop band. Aoife O’Donovan opens. $15. www.iheg.com.

TAYLOR’S TAVERN, 238 Main St., Greenfield. NFL Sunday ticket is on at Taylor’s! Watch all your favorite teams on 11 50-inch HDTVs with Kathy in the Sports Bar opening at noon and Erinn downstairs in the Tavern. Free pool all night with Big Dan in the sports Bar. 773-8313.

Coffeehouse

MOCHA MAYA’S, 47 Bridge St., Shelburne Falls: 2 p.m. Rupert Wates, guitarist, singer. Free. Please tip the bartenders. 625-6292, info@mochamayas.com.

Fairs & Festivals

DEERFIELD CHRISTMAS SAMPLER concludes. See Friday’s listing.

Music

AMERICAN HARMONY presents songs that stirred the soul of early America. It will perform in costume. 4 p.m. Woolman Hill Quaker Retreat Center, 107 Keets Road, Deerfield. The program includes rarely heard fuging tunes as well as some of the most popular sacred songs of the time. Admission by donation. Donations benefit Woolman Hill Quaker Retreat Center. For more information, contact Chris Harris at 498-2133 or chrisharriswriter@comcast.net.

CALVIN THEATER, 19 King St., Northampton: Chris Cornell, rock icon who thrives on contradictions. Bhi Bhiman opens $38, $48, $58. www.iheg.com.

Potpourri

HISTORIC DEERFIELD: “From Nature to Color: Fun with Natural Dyes” continues. See Saturday’s listing.

SAWMILL RIVER ARTS presents “Mimosas for Mamas,” a time focusing on gifts for children with special refreshments for mothers and children. 1 to 4 p.m. Montague Book Mill, Montague Center. Anyone interested in children’s gift items is welcome. 10 percent discount on many gallery items. 367-2885, www.sawmillriverarts.com.

Theater

“ANNIE” continues. See Saturday’s listing.

“H.M.S. PINAFORE” concludes. See Saturday’s listing.

Monday 18

Clubs

BETWEEN THE UPRIGHTS, 23 Avenue A, Turners Falls. Monday Night Football featuring Patriots vs. Panthers at 8:30 p.m. Munchie Bar, BTU Wheel, Pats Cash, Prizes and Giveaways, watch the game on 14 HDTVs. No cover. 863-2882.

THE RENDEZVOUS, 78 Third St., Turners Falls: Bingo. 8 p.m. Free. 863-2866.

TAYLOR’S TAVERN, 238 Main St., Greenfield. Bruins vs. Carolina at 7 p.m. NFL football patriots vs. Panthers at 8:30 p.m. Watch 11 50-inch HDTVs. Free pool all night in the sports bar. Country music with Host Kathy and her candy bowl. Monday Madness with Big Dan in the Sports Bar. 773-8313.

Coffeehouse

MOCHA MAYA’S, 47 Bridge St., Shelburne Falls: Monday Night Football featuring New England Patriots at Carolina Panthers. 8:30 p.m. Free admission; please tip the bartenders. 625-6292, info@mochamayas.com.

Libraries

GREENFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARY, 402 Main St., Greenfield: ∎ Sunshine Story Time. 10 a.m. Kay Lyons brings a blend of read aloud, sing-along, play-along fun to families with young children. 772-1544 ext. 5, www.greenfieldpubliclibrary.org. ∎ Writer’s Lunch. The library’s meeting room will be open each Monday through Thursday from noon to 2 p.m. Self-directed free writing time. Contact Jane Buchanan at 772-1544 for more details. Open for Business. 2 to 5 p.m. Reliable WiFi and a quiet workspace. Free.

Music

UMASS DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC & DANCE advanced students perform in string quartets and mixed ensembles. Chamber music. 7 p.m. Bezanson Recital Hall, UMass-Amherst. Free.

VOCAL CONCERT by visiting artist Jie Pan. 11 a.m. Bezanson Recital Hall, UMass, Amherst. She will perform a variety of classical, modern and ethnic Chinese songs. Free.

Tuesday 19

Clubs

BETWEEN THE UPRIGHTS, 23 Avenue A, Turners Falls. Two free games of pool with each pitcher of beer. 863-2882.

IRON HORSE, 20 Center St., Northampton: ∎ 7 p.m. The Deep Dark Woods. $10, $13. ∎ 10 p.m. Latin Dance Night. No cover. www.iheg.com.

ROOSTER’S TAVERN, 74 Main St., Northfield: Open Mic Night. 4 to 8 p.m. Local talents can play their own music. All ages. Call or stop in to reserve your spot. Artists receive complimentary food for their performance. No cover. Contact on us on Facebook. 498-0006.

TAYLOR’S TAVERN, 238 Main St., Greenfield: Bruins vs. NY Rangers at 7:30 p.m. Watch 11 50-inch HDTVs. Trivia at 7 p.m. Open Beer Pong tournament with Megan starts at 9 p.m. 773-8313.

Libraries

GREENFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARY, 402 Main St., Greenfield. ∎ Preschool story hour and craft time fun. Meet other people with small children and enjoy stories, songs, fingerplays and crafts with Sally Ahearn. 10 to 11 a.m. In the LeVanway Meeting Room. No sign up required. Free. For more information, call the children’s librarian at 772-1544 ext. 5. ∎ Memoir writing workshop continues Tuesdays from 6 to 8 p.m. The workshop, led by Joannah Whitney, is organized around the premise that we all have stories to tell — we just need to make the time to tell them. Through Nov. 18.

Literary

GREENFIELD WORD: The Third Tuesday of the month. 9 Mill St., Greenfield. Doors open at 7 p.m. Open mic at 7:30. $1 to $5 sliding scale cover. Open mic will be five-minute slots. 10 open slots.

Music

MARIMBA BANDS AND ENSEMBLES in concert. 8 p.m. Bowker Auditorium, UMass-Amherst. Mix of Latin, jazz and contemporary arrangements. $3 UMass students; $5 other students, children, seniors; $10 general public; free for UMass music majors and miners. 545-2511, fac.umass.edu/musicanddance.

Theater

“ARSENIC AND OLD LACE,” live play reading at Mocha Maya’s, 47 Bridge St., Shelburne Falls. 7 p.m. $5; please tip the bartenders. Come read “Arsenic and Old Lace.” All readers, new to theater or veterans, invited. Joseph Kesselring, featuring two spinster aunts of drama critic Mortimer Brewester who are fond of murdering lonely old men in the sisters’ Brooklyn home with their own recipe of elderberry wine. We switch roles often, enjoy tea and beer, laugh away the evening. 625-6292, info@mochamayas.com.

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Clubs

BETWEEN THE UPRIGHTS, 23 Avenue A, Turners Falls. Hump Night Karaoke in the Sports Bar hosted by Dirty Johnny starting at 9 p.m. No cover. 863-2882.

IRON HORSE, 20 Center St., Northampton: 7 p.m. Howie Day. Rebecca Perl opens. $20, $25. www.iheg.com.

TAYLOR’S TAVERN, 238 Main St., Greenfield. Watch 11 50-inch HDTVs. Restaurant Appreciation Night. Come in wearing your work shirt or show a pay stub and receive a special prize from Big Dan in the Sports Bar. Free pool for bar/restaurant employees. Sign up for complimentary prizes and giveaways. 773-8313.

Dance

LINE DANCING at the Moose Lodge, 20 School St., Greenfield. 7 to 10 p.m. Beginner to intermediate. Ring the doorbell for admittance. $5 per session. Beginner lessons at 7 p.m. Intermediate at 8. For more information, call Pat at 665-4260, jokellogg@aol.com.

Music

MID-WEEK MUSIC, All Souls Church, 399 Main St., Greenfield. Laura Siersema playing original, modern piano compositions and improvisation of hymns. 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. Suggested contribution, $3 to $10. 413-773-5018.

Potpourri

PRINCESS HOUSE BINGO, a Warm the Children fundraiser, St. Kazimierz Hall, 197 Avenue A, Turners Falls. 6 to 9 p.m. Door prizes, 50/50 raffle, refreshments. $10 for all bingo games. RSVP Lisa: 413-768-7336.

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