Arts, Culture & Entertainment
The Mill District Local Art Gallery creates a community hub for emerging and established artists to show and sell their work, teach pop-up classes in their art modality, and learn together.
The Valley's only live, local news weekdays 5:30am-10am, plus locally produced shows Saturday mornings and progressive syndicated news content throughout the week.
Library Friends are volunteers united by a common cause: to make Jones, North Amherst, and Munson Libraries the best they can be. We raise money to buy books and sponsor education and growth program.
Stroll through the Bavarian Christmas Village, the Nutcracker Castle, and our home store. Enjoy fabulous candles, home decor and holiday shopping. Savor freshly-made fudge and other sweet treats in our fudge shop. Dip your own candles and watch history brought to life in our candlemaking museum. Open daily, 10-6. Come for the candles, stay for the fun!
Quirky, creative music and compassionate community fundraising, broadcasting in Northampton, MA since 1981.
Independent and world cinema. First-run film and classics. Curated film series. Filmmaker and guest appearances. 4 state-of-the-art theaters.
8,000 square-foot tropical environment; home to 3,500 live butterflies. Gift Shop and Monarch Restaurant also offered.
NEPM is committed to serving the people of western New England by providing trustworthy journalism, cultural content, events and initiatives, educational services and community engagement.
An active program of free exhibitions and events, late-night open hours, and a museum shop-café, Mead is a must see attraction.
The Burnett Gallery, located on the second floor of the Jones Library has monthly exhibits displaying the work of local artists.
Providing hands-on science and nature programs for all ages that inspire wonder and connection to our environment.
The only full -scale museum of its kind in the United States, The Carle collects, preserves, presents and celebrates picture books and picture book illustrations from around the world.
Exhibits feature work by graduating students, fine arts faculty, and emerging regional artists, as well as by contemporary artists of national and international stature.