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As The Pandemic is winding down and our lives are becoming more normal each day, it is a delight and a treat to see all the upcoming events that will be back in North Adams for the summer. Here are the events that you can look forward to taking part in with friends and family.

May 29th will the In-Person 10th Annual Hoosac Harvest Seedling Swap, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm 23 Eagle Street

The Farmers Market at St. Anthony's will be back every Saturday through the summer from 9 am till 1 pm.

The concerts at Windsor Lake will be held every Wednesday as of June 16th from 6:30 - 8 pm.

Every last Friday of the month there will be movies under the stars at Colgrove Park starting at dusk.

First Fridays will be back too, and like the name, it will be held on the first Friday each month, at the North Adams businesses from 4 till 8 pm.

On 5/29 check out Mass Moca and enjoy the Memorial Day Weekend.

Steeple City Sounds Pop-ups the weekend of 6/18-thru through 6/20. Also that weekend it is Juneteenth on 6/19.

One of my favorites of North Adams Is the Fireworks on the 4th of July, they are back this year!

On 7/17 It is Community Free Day at Mass Moca 10 till 6 pm.

BoAC Loud Weekend 7/30-31

National Night Out 4 pm 0n 8/3

Steeplecats are back in action with home games 6/5 -7/30.

The fresh Grass Festival is Back at Mass Moca 9/24Through 9/26.

Also in August The will be a downtown celebration, the date will be determined at a later date. The heart of downtown is closed to all but pedestrian traffic. Groups, businesses, and organizations distribute information, hold contests and giveaways, while bands play everything from Dixieland to Rock and Roll. The streets are filled with delicious aromas as our local restaurants and vendors provide all kinds of wonderful food. This event is fun for all ages.

These events have been postponed to 2022: MASS MoCA & Wilco’s Solid Sound Festival, Eagle Street Beach Party, North Adams Motorama Car Show. We can’t wait to see you there in 2022!

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