Avenue A/ Seventh Street, 10am-4pm
30+ Craft fair. DJ Laurie B. 50/50 cash raffle to benefit the Brick House. Produced by Dawn Hubbard and Samantha Wessman.
Direct Sales by: Pampered Chef, Chalk Culture, Norwex, The Body Shop at Home, Paparazzi Accessories, Touchstone Crystal by Swarovski.
Hassle Ola – Handmade Jewelry
Ignis Draconus – Fine Chainmaille Jewelry
Just ‘E’ Jewelry – Handmade Jewelry and Keychains
La Boa Brava Jewelry Studio – Hand forged mixed metal jewelry
Andrea Makes Things – Retro / Vintage inspired handmade clothing
Lake Effect Quilts – Quilts, table runners, and other quilted items
My Little Paper Co. – Stickers, cards, notepads, bookmarks
NOVA Motorcycle Hosts Soap Box Derby Workshop
147 Second Street, 10am-noon
Nova Motorcycles is hosting a soap box building party; advice and supervised tool usage for anyone who needs help building their cart. Materials not provided, but they can give out free knowledge!
Unity Park across from Nova
Official opening! DJ set in the afternoon
Avenue A/ Second St. / Third St.
FAB FASHION, 69 Second Street
Free Gift Card with purchase of $30 and more.
LOOT, 62 Avenue A
Lots Inside and outside plus 20% off plants, crystals and jewelry. Treat yourself or someone you love to a special summer gift. Challenge a friend to a game of corn hole on the avenue!
Buckingham Rabbits Vintage, 104 Avenue A
Sale Items. Guest jewelry vendor. Live music.
Breakdown Records, 59 Avenue
DJ Overtime playing all vinyl out-front staring at 5pm. Hip Hop, Soul, Reggae, Etc.
Peskeompskut Park, 6-9:30pm
Huevos II / APIE / Bridge of Flowers / Willie and Wednesday
The Rendezvous, 78 Third Street
Rob Forman spins deep cuts, at 6-9pm
Pioneer Valley Brewing, 151 Third Street
Ragged Blue, 7pm
Free koozie with the purchase of a pint/ 4 pack
Shea Theater Arts Center, 71 Avenue A
Eggtooth Productions + MAD House Present:
An Intervention, 8pm, $15
Would you rather be blithely ignorant or engaged and disillusioned? Can you really be friends with someone with whom you fundamentally disagree? What do we owe our friends?
An Intervention by Mike Bartlett is a fast-paced and funny two-hander that examines the limits of friendship and responsibility. It asks us to consider how and when to intervene in both personal and political matters.
“During the past year and a half of relative isolation, I found myself craving connection in theatre and life. Bartlett’s script is nuanced and complex, never trite or moralizing. I am eager for audiences to wrestle with the questions it poses. As we begin to emerge from the pandemic, I’m thrilled to bring this play—a battle cry for connection against all odds—to life in an intimate production showcasing the work of our artists at the Shea Theater in Turner’s Falls.” -Gabby Farrah, the director