Monday Night Concert

U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Band of New Orleans and Montague Community Band will participate in a joint concert at Peskeomskut Park to dedicate the new bandstand.

Monday Jun 11, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM, Peskeomskut Park, downtown Turners Falls.

Every Monday Night: Live Jazz at Ristorante DiPaolo

Are Mondays hard to face? Escape into the warm rich sounds of Espresso Jazz at Ristorante DiPaolo. Come in with friends for a relaxing evening of drinks and appetizers or treat yourself to an exquisite dinner a la Chef Hilton. The kitchen serves dinner from 5-9. Reservations accepted.

Ristorante DiPaolo is featured in this month’s issue of Preview Magazine. Read the article and then head in for the real thing.

Monday nights, 6PM - 9PM, no cover charge, Ristorante DiPaolo, 166 Avenue A, Turners Falls, 413.863.4441

Wednesday: Fresh, Fresh, Fresh!

Great Falls Farmers Market

Annuals, Perennials, Fresh Farm products in season and baked goods are always offered.

Rain or shine on the corner of 2nd Street + Avenue A next to the Great Falls Discovery Center in downtown Turners Falls. New vendors are welcome. Contact Suzette at 413-863-9026.

Be a Local Hero

Wednesday Night Show at the Brick House!

Uke of Spaces, TumbleCat Poof Poofy Poof, Jeremy Latch & Friends, Flaming Dragon of Middle Earth, and maybe a surprise!

June 13, 6pm-9pm, $5 (cover for touring band & to benefit Brickhouse) at Brick House Community Resource Center, 24 Third Street, Turners Falls, 413-863-9576, All Ages Show!

Check out details here.

Thursday Night: Friends Annual Membership Drive

Join the Friends for a fun night of getting to know your neighbor and what the Discovery Center is about. The evening will include refreshments and special guest speaker Laurie Sanders from WFCR’s Field Notes. Members will also have the opportunity to elect a new Board. Not a Friend of? Sign up tonight and join the team!

June 14, 5:45 PM - 8:00 PM, Great Falls Discovery Center, 2 Avenue A. Information: 413-863-3221
Great Falls Discovery Center website

This Weekend: Once Acts at the Shea Theater

Arena Civic Theatre will present an evening of short plays by award-winning local playwrights Richard Ballon and Jessamyn Smyth at the Shea Theater in Turners Falls

The Big Way Small Things Happen
by Amherst playwright Richard Ballon will include the one-act plays Benefit, directed by Sondra Radosh, featuring Jean Koester and Garrett Keefe, and Syphilis?, directed by Barbara Kasper, featuring Deborah Bix and Mark Hildreth. It will also include the monologues Spirited, Paddy McClintlock, and Ricky Boy.

Hedda Gabler Has Left the Building
, by Jessamyn Smyth, is a one-act comedy in the tradition of Waiting for Guffman. A dysfunctional community theater group arrives on the opening night of their production of Hedda Gabler to find the theater double booked. Their leading lady has quit and stage manager, Bob Balaban, agrees to play her role in a bonnet. Tempers flare, secrets are revealed, and laughs abound.

June 15 + 16 at 8 PM., Shea Theater, Avenue A, Turners Falls

More info on Arena Civic Theater’s website

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Posted by RiverCulture - June 14, 2007