Local Events 2017-01-24T18:39:20+00:00
Coming to downtown Northampton on Friday, July 14 - En Plein Air Festival!
One of our favorites coming back to Joes Cafe menu for the summer!  See you there thjs weekend?
We are only ONE DAY AWAY from the Northampton Family Fourth Committee Fireworks! The Park will be open to the public, per usual, until 4pm. After 4pm only vehicles with a valid handicapped permit will be allowed into the Park. If you are in the Park before this time you may stay for the remainder of the evening, or leave as you wish. 

Starting at 3pm there will be parking available at JFK Middle School and Smith Vocational High School. The walk to the Park from the middle school is less than 1/4 mile, and there will be shuttles running back and forth from the Park and Smith Vocational. 

Visit the Northampton Family Fourth Committee website or Facebook page for all of the event details! http://northamptonfamilyfourth.com/

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is this tomorrow saturday?

Can the fireworks be viewed from the middle school or Smith Voc? We've never been!

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Making plans for a Friday night downtown?  Theres some great live music playing at the Deck from 6-9pm tonight!  Bring your friends, grab a drink and check out Wild Bill and the Flying Sparks!
Wonderful!  Thanks for sharing!

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Our elementary school did that as a staff at the end of each school year, too. Fun!

Madison Lee Martinez Meghan Chester Brandi Burke Armstrong Cynthia K Howard Brittny Stephens Let's don't do this ok?

Andrea Annaldo can we pleasssseeeee??! #Rockettes #Jk #WeZINs

Oh my. The Magic School Bus.

Christine LaCoursiere Hoegen

Chrissy Michaud

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July 15-22nd at some of your favorite downtown spots!  Watch for details - and get ready to vote for your favorites!  #drinkmenorthampton #northamptonma

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I want to be a part of this!

I'm free to drink that week...just saying...

Kaylee Hotchkiss !!

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Mr. Wuffles holds the guest book in the David Wiesner exhibition.
Northampton is rich with history. Our building has seen many changes throughout those years and we at Thornes are happy to be part of Northamptons ever-changing history.  Built in 1873, the McCallum’s Dry Goods store expanded twice through the Calvin Coolidge years to become the McCallum’s department store. More to know #moretodiscover
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