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North Adams Happenings: Jan. 1-7

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January 11 - Northern Berkshire Youth Hockey League Celebrates 50 Years Highlighted by Boston Bruins Alumni Game!

Northern Berkshire Youth Hockey League (NBYHL) will celebrate 50 years of hockey on January 11th 2020 with a full day of hockey at the Peter W Foote Rink in North Adams.  The day will start with our travel team’s taking to the ice to highlighting our current players.  The day will end as we welcome back alumni of our program to take on the Boston Bruins alumni at 3:00 p.m.  Join us as Bruins greats take to the ice right here in North Adams.
These events will help us celebrate 50 years of hockey in Northern Berkshire. Funds raised will go to support the continued growth and availability of hockey to the youth of our region.
More information.
 
Wednesday 1/1
HAPPY NEW YEAR!

* PLEASE CONTACT EVENT HOSTS TO SEE IF THEIR WEEKLY PROGRAM IS RUNNING DURING THE HOLIDAYS*



10:00 A.M. (FREE), CEREMONY, Organization of City Hall City Council Chambers, City Hall, 10 Main Street, (413) 662-3000 More information. 

10:00 A.M. (DONATIONS), FUNDRAISER, New Year's Day Classes to Benefit Second Chance Animal Shelter North Adams Yoga, 26 Holden Street More information.

9:00 A.M. (FREE), SOCIAL, Open Hours UNO Community Center, 157 River Street, (413) 664-4612 More information.

10:00 A.M. (FREE), KIDS, Terrific Tots Playgroup The Family Center, 210 State Street, (413) 664-4821 More information. 


11:30 A.M. (FREE), KIDS, Little Wonders Baby Playgroup The Family Center, 210 State Street, (413) 664-4821 More information.

5:00 P.M. (FREE), TEENS, nbCC's Teen Writing Workshop  nbCC Conference Room, 61 Main Street, (413) 663-7588 More information.

8:00 P.M. (FREE), GAMES, Trivia Night! Ramunto's, 67 Main Street, (413) 398-5152 More information.

Thursday 1/2

* PLEASE CONTACT EVENT HOSTS TO SEE IF THEIR WEEKLY PROGRAM IS RUNNING DURING THE HOLIDAYS*

9:00 A.M. (FREE),
SOCIAL, Open Hours UNO Community Center, 157 River Street, (413) 664-4612 More information.

 

4:00 P.M. (FREE), TUTORING, After School Program UNO Community Center, 157 River Street, (413) 664-4612 More information.

7:00 P.M. ($5/members, $10/non-members), KIDS, Open Gym Night J Star Gymnastics, 69 Union Street More information.
 

Friday 1/3
10:00 A.M. (FREE), KIDS, Drop-In Playgroup The Family Center, 210 State Street, (413) 664-4821 More information.

12:00 P.M. (FREE), SOCIAL, Open Hours UNO Community Center, 157 River Street, (413) 664-4612 More information.

6:00 P.M. ($1 and up), GAMES, BINGO! North Adams Elks 487 Lodge, 100 Eagle Street, (413) 664-9039 More information.

8:00 P.M. ($8 advance, $10 at door), MUSIC, Wild Bill & the Flying Sparks HiLo North Adams, 55 Union Street More information.

9:00 P.M. (FREE), MUSIC, Karaoke Friday! State Street Tavern, 167 State Street, (413) 664-9152 More information.
Saturday 1/4

9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. (FREE), FOOD, Monthly Indoor Farmers Market The Green, 85 Main Street, Suite 105 More information.

6:30 P.M. (Strongly suggested donation $10), MUSIC, CF Presents: Chazzy Lake, Izzy Heltai, Ciarra Fragale Common Folk, 73 Main Street More information.
 
Sunday 1/5
7:00 P.M. (FREE), GAMES, Music Trivia HiLo North Adams, 55 Union Street More information.
Monday 1/6
7:30 P.M. (FREE), MUSIC, Marco Benevento & Dave Dreiwitz LIVE The Airport Rooms at TOURISTS, 915 State Road More information.
 
Tuesday 1/7
10:30 A.M. (FREE), KIDS, Toddler Story Time North Adams Public Library, 74 Church Street, (413) 662-3133 More Information

3:30 P.M. (FREE), KIDS, Preschool STEM Group The Family Center, 210 State Street, 413-664-4821 More Information

3:30 P.M. (FREE), KIDS, After-school Story Time North Adams Public Library, 74 Church Street, (413) 662-3133 More Information

4:30 P.M. (FREE), GAMES, ROOTS Teen Center Game Night ROOTS Teen Center, 43 Eagle Street More Information

5:00 P.M. (FREE), TEENS, nbCC's Youth Leadership Program  nbCC Conference Room, 61 Main Street, (413) 663-7588 More information.

6:00 P.M. ($5-10 Suggested Donation), MUSIC, Tuesday Tunes  Bright Ideas Brewing, 111 MASS MoCA Way More information.

6:30 P.M. (FREE), TUTORING, After School Program UNO Community Center, 157 River Street, (413) 664-4612 More information.

FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
  Sunday, January 5,  1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. - WILLIAMSTOWN - First Sundays Free at The Clark: New Horizons

Saturday, January 4,  8:30 P.M. to Midnight - ADAMS - Dj Keo Beatz at The PNA

Tuesday, January 7,  6:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. - ADAMS - Do you want to Build A Snowman? Free Family PlayDoh Night

Wednesday, January 1 through Saturday, January 4, 2020, 5:00 P.M. - STOCKBRIDGE -  Winterlights at Naumkeag

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