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Nadyayoga - Mon, Apr 25, 2016, 2:08 P
Interested Thursday Gentle Yoga Class?
Hello neighbors,

I teach Vinyasa Flow Yoga at the Montague Common Hall on Tuesday evenings, and I am looking into offering two 5-week Gentle Yoga sessions this summer called "Yoga Essentials for a Strong Practice." This is a great opportunity to kick-start or refine your practice, right here in your neighborhood. Don't miss it!

Please help me assess the level of your interest by clicking a couple of buttons in this 20-second survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QTR65RS

CLASS DETAILS:
Thursdays: 5:30 - 6:45PM
Session 1: June 9 - July 7
Session 2: July 14 - August 11

THE GOAL of this series is to provide an opportunity for a gentler, slower paced yoga class, which will spotlight several fundamental postures to help establish safe and optimal alignment for your advancing practice. Gentle Yoga postures will help reduce stress, unwind the body and calm the mind, while low-impact core strengthening exercises will help increase stability and mobility and help with postural injury prevention and balance. In addition, each class will feature a new breathing and relaxation technique helpful in maintaining a calm focus and in improving emotional well-being. The series will provide a safe a nurturing environment for beginners and advancing Yogis, while seasoned practitioners will benefit as well by bringing an open mind and curiosity, and refining their practice.


OTHER DETAILS:
Cost: $10-$13 per class, depending on when you register and for how many sessions.
Pre-registration required. (sign up for one or the other, or both and save!)
You can miss one class per session and comp by attending a Tuesday class at any time.

Please let know soon if you might be interested! Again, here is the 20-second survey to help me assess the level of interest in the community: 20-second survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QTR65RS

If you know someone else who might benefit from this class, please forward this info to them.

Thank you so much!
Warmly,
Nadya
www.yogawithnadya.com
 
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mik - Sat, Oct 26, 2013, 9:32 A
Tag Sale Today 9-1
Big tag sale today at the Montague Common Hall (formerly the Grange). Photos here...

https://www.facebook...ts/10151810149239342
 
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mik - Tue, Nov 6, 2012, 1:48 P
Spend Election Night at the Montague Grange Hall
Looking for a last-minute place to enjoy election night with neighbors?

MONTAGUE GRANGE HALL will be open starting at 8:30. We will have wired online access and a projector hooked up to one laptop. If the Internet access is strong enough we'll stream some live video. otherwise we'll listen to WFCR and just load up various stats pages on the screen.

We'll have a hat out for donations to pay for the heat in the hall. Also BYO. Snacks can be laid out in the hall. Come prepared -- the Mini Mart closes at 8:00.

Pass this on to anyone you think may be interested.
 
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mik - Sat, Oct 6, 2012, 10:15 A
Giant tag sale TODAY!!
All kinds of stuff. Reel to Reel deck, tools, toys, books, slide projectors, etc.

34 Main Street, Montague Center. Until 1:00.
 
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halfshaved - Tue, Jun 19, 2012, 3:33 P
old time music jam
Hello Susan Kay, Please call me at 863 8719 to discuss the old time jam. Wes Green
 
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halfshaved - Tue, Jun 19, 2012, 3:32 P
old time music jam
Hello Chuck, Call me at 863 8719 to discuss the old time jam. Wes Green
 
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halfshaved - Tue, Jun 19, 2012, 3:30 P
old time music jam
Hello Patrick, call me at 863 8719 so we acan discuss further plans for a jam . Wes Green
 
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Ingrid - Fri, Jun 15, 2012, 6:49 P
FANTASTIC MOVING SALE - June 30 9 - 3
ESSENTIAL, ECLECTIC, EXOTIC, EDUCATIONAL & ENTERTAINING ELEMENTS FOR YOUR LIFE & HOME
Moving and Tag Sale - 10% benefits Montague Grange
Saturday, June 30, 9 - 3 (Rain date, July 1, 9 - 3)
33 East Taylor Hill Rd, Montague, MA 01351

Entertainment Unit, Mirrors, Kitchen utensils and appliances, Clothes and shoes. Exotic fabrics and art supplies, Photo frames, Holiday decorations, Gardening supplies, Books, Business and school supplies, Vases, Linens, Electronics, Music
 
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David_Kaynor - Thu, Jun 14, 2012, 12:12 A
old time music jam
I'm interested, too! I play fiddle and guitar. I can help with opening, closing, and caring for the hall.

David
 
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patrick - Tue, Jun 12, 2012, 3:57 P
old time music jam
I'd be interested in playing too, though I probably can't commit to doing so every week. I have guitars, a mandolin and a banjo that I could bring.
 
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chuck - Tue, Jun 12, 2012, 11:56 A
old time music jam
Me too. I play fiddle and am always interested in getting together to jam. I know lots of tunes, but have difficulty coming up with them without prompting. I'm probably about intermediate.
So count me in!
 
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halfshaved - Tue, Jun 12, 2012, 11:33 A
old time music jam
Hello SusanKay,

Thanks for responding about the old time jam. You are the first person to respond to the note. I don't have a time, place or frequency to do this thing. I thought once enough of us showed interest we could decide amongst ourselves. I was thinking it would be great to be able to use the Montague Grange. I don't know if it would be free or not at this point but I plan on checking into that part. That's great that you can round up a fiddle or two. I'll stay in touch after giving more people time to respond and check on Grange availability.

Wes Green
 
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SusanKay - Mon, Jun 11, 2012, 7:59 P
old time music jam
VERY interested. I play OT guitar (intermediate level on straight-ahead tunes). I could possibly stir up a fiddler or two. Do you have an evening in mind already? How often? - Susan, Turners Falls
 
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halfshaved - Mon, Jun 11, 2012, 5:21 P
old time music jam
Looking to start an old time music (not bluegrasss) jam. Hopefully there will be intermediate players like me that are interested along with skilled players. I was thinking of a regular get together if possible at the Montague Grange. I am working on my clawhammer skills any other banjos,fiddles,guitars,bases,etc. out there in need of jam time?
 
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robertal - Thu, May 10, 2012, 10:45 P
Craft Fair, May 12th @ the DayLily in South Deerfield
May 12th, is the first annual Deerfield Elementary Craft Show at The Daylily (Sugarloaf Street South Deerfield- across from the Bank of America), 10 am - 2 pm.

Come see many crafters from our Deerfield Elementary community.
Supports Deerfield Elementary PTA and our local Art Community! Also, The Daylily is a lovely store to visit - see other local artists!
 
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mik - Sat, Dec 3, 2011, 8:59 P
Annual Montague Grange Gift Making Fair
Grange Hall, Main Street at the Common, Montague Center

Make gifts, come for lunch, peruse the indoor mini-flea market -- and help raise funds to save the Grange building

Sunday, December 4 from 10 AM - 4 PM
For adults, teens and children

Admission $1
Gifts cost $3 - $10 each to make

Gift making stations will include most or all of the following: rolled beeswax candles and holders -- wreaths -- beaded snowflakes and earrings -- stamped greeting cards -- decoupaged objects -- colored blown glass ornaments -- fleece scarves -- gnomes and fairies -- glass magnets -- shrinky dink ornaments -- gilded acorns -- twig animals -- and more crafts!

Baked potatoes, chili, soup, baked goods and hot drinks for sale

Mini Flea Market - table space for $20

Contact Cindy Tarail cindy@thealchemystudio.com or call 367-0042 to volunteer, secure a flea market table space, or for more info.
 
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cindy - Sat, Nov 5, 2011, 10:06 A
Annual Montague Grange Gift Making Fair Corrected Time
Change of time for Fair: 10 AM -3 PM
Please do contact me by Sunday, November 20th to volunteer to help set up, clean up, assist the craft leaders, rent table space to sell your crafts/collectibles, and/or make baked goods for our snack bar.
 
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mik - Wed, Nov 2, 2011, 5:19 P
Annual Montague Grange Gift Making Fair
Grange Hall, Main Street at the Common, Montague Center

Make gifts, come for lunch, peruse the indoor mini-flea market -- and help raise funds to save the Grange building

Sunday, December 4 from 10 AM - 4 PM
For adults, teens and children

Admission $1
Gifts cost $3 - $10 each to make

Gift making stations will include most or all of the following: rolled beeswax candles and holders -- wreaths -- beaded snowflakes and earrings -- stamped greeting cards -- decoupaged objects -- colored blown glass ornaments -- fleece scarves -- gnomes and fairies -- glass magnets -- shrinky dink ornaments -- gilded acorns -- twig animals -- and more crafts!

Baked potatoes, chili, soup, baked goods and hot drinks for sale

Mini Flea Market - table space for $20

Contact Cindy Tarail cindy@thealchemystudio.com or call 367-0042 to volunteer, secure a flea market table space, or for more info.
 
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mik - Wed, Oct 26, 2011, 3:04 P
Looking for crafters
Seeking crafty folks and cooks for easy fundraiser for the Montague Grange! People of all ages come to the Grange for the day one weekend before mid-December, make gifts at stations led by our town's talented craftspeople, eat a delicious lunch, drinks and snacks made by the neighbors, and walk out with a bagful of completed gifts for their families and friends.

Offer activities like beaded earrings, felted baby booties, hand-blown glass ornaments, and all manner of twiggy, herbal, fabric, up-cycled, and colorful handmade gifts, far less expensive than any participants could buy at the store, for the slew of birthdays and holidays coming up! You can use inexpensive materials; we need you to donate or secure donated materials. We can help with this.

Email cindy@thealchemystudio.com to pledge your craft skills, food donations and teaching time, or for more info. Sign up by the end of this week, October 30th. If we do not have enough crafts and volunteers by the end of the week we will start signing people up for 2012!
 
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mik - Thu, Aug 11, 2011, 9:27 A
Montague Grange Silent Auction - 2011
MONTAGUE -- The Second Annual Montague Grange Silent Auction will be held in the Grange Hall during Montague Old Home Days, Saturday, August 20th, 2011.

Items up on the block include art and artisan pieces, goods and services, certificates to restaurants and massage, etc.

Viewing and bidding starts at 9:00 am. Come back to check on your favorite items and bid often!

3:00 to 4:00 cocktail hour and opportunity for final bidding.

Bidding ends at 4:00 pm and winners are notified.

To donate items, contact Sally Prasch (413) 250-3405.
 
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doktorwise - Tue, May 31, 2011, 9:33 P
Wed, June 1 meeting postponed to next week
Hi all,
This month's Montague Grange meeting originally scheduled for June 1 has been postponed until next Wed, June 8, at 7pm. We hope to have the architect on hand to go over the initial work she has done on the renovation plans.

chris wise
 
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Conor - Thu, Mar 17, 2011, 6:59 P
Montague Grange Contra Dance Wednesday March 23
Hello Everyone!

We always have a good time at our dances. Come join us next week on
Wednesday, March 23 for our monthly contra dance at the Montague
Center Grange at 34 Main Street.

The dance starts at 7:30 and ends at 9:30. Admission is just $8 to $10
on a sliding scale.

And as always Beginners are Welcome!

We have David Kaynor as the primary caller accompanied by the Montague
Center Band. Fiddles, flutes, piano and much more. This group is a
classic!This month we are again inviting all kind spirits who would like to try their
skills as guest callers.

We always have refreshments and a very relaxed atmosphere inside the
1839 historic Montague Center Grange.

See you there.
 
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mik - Tue, Jan 25, 2011, 10:54 A
Family Dance this Sunday
Come to the Montague Family Dance, this Sunday, January 30, 3:30-5:30 at the Montague Grange, Main Street, Montague Center

Family-style Contra Dancing for all ages. sliding scale $10-$15 per family or $4 per person, includes a snack at the break. Chase the winter blues away with caller Jim Fownes and 4 member band Double Time, including nationally renowned fiddler Ron Grosslein of Swallowtail and The Moving Violations and 16 year old Kathleen Fownes.

Simple dances with easy instruction geared for little feet. Lots of fun, humor, and some singing games too. Great for babes in slings through teens, and their parents and grandparents.

Always on the last Sunday of each month, November through March.

http://www.MontagueMA.net/montague_grange
 
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Conor - Thu, Jan 6, 2011, 1:05 P
January 26 Contra Dance at 7:30 PM

!!Contra Dancers!!

On January 26, at 7:30 PM we will have a Contra Dance in the historic Montague Center Grange Hall at 34 Main Street in beautiful Montague Center.

This is a perfect place for beginners to learn as well as the experience to have fun in a carefree setting.

Refreshments are provided and fun is guaranteed for all.

Our band is great and features David Kaynor as caller and fiddler!

The cost is only $8 to 10 on a sliding scale and all proceeds go to the Save the Grange Renovation fund.

Put it on your calendar now and plan for a great evening!!
 
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mik - Mon, Nov 29, 2010, 9:26 A
New Moon Coffee House Launches!
New Moon Coffee House at the Montague Grange
Saturday, December 4th
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
$10-$20 at the door

“A Winter Solstice Celebration”

We join together in the cold, dark night of winter, to warm our hands and hearts with sacred and celebrational music welcoming the return of the Sun at Winter Solstice. Traditional songs you know, mixed in with other old-world songs.

Kellianna, Pagan Folk Music and Chant

Chris LaFond, Harpist

Jenna Greene, Neo-Celtic Singer / Songwriter


For more information about the performers, and the series itself, please visit...

http://montaguegrange.org/index.cfm?p=n.20
 
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