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"Songbirds of the Northeast"
 is a 90 minute power point presentation featuring both images and recordings of our local songbirds.
It is being offered by naturalist John Root
on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at 6:30pm

It will be held at the Granville Town Hall,
707 Main Road in Granville.

The event is free to the public!
Perennials for edible landscaping and attracting wildlife will be offered for sale.
This program is supported in part by the Granville Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

25th Annual Granville Art Show

at the Old Meeting House

Saturday, May 6th 10am to 4pm

Sunday, May 7th    Noon to 4pm

Artists and Artisans of Granville,

You are invited to exhibit your work


Classic Southern Cooking Class

    Presented by: Fran Gleason

    Date:  May 13, 2017

    Time: 12-3pm

    Location: Granville Federated Church, Lower Level

    Cost: $20.00

    Limited to: 20 people

    Materials: Bring containers to take home samples to enjoy later


To make a reservation: Email;; call or message 413-231-4929. I will send you a notice that it has been received. 


Folktales will be shared during the preparation of these traditional family recipes. From easy fried chicken to cobbles and sweet tea. Food will be served to the group and questions answered.

This is the third class in the series made possible by the Granville Cultural Council.

The Cultural Council is appointed by the Selectboard. The Cultural Council is composed of not less than 5 nor more than 22 members. The purpose of the local council is to re-grant its state funds in support of local arts, humanities and interpretive sciences programs.


Current members of the Cultural Council are:

Sharon Woodger and Mary Ann Fernandez, Co-Chairs; Martha Johnson, Fran Gleason,

Isabell LaCrosse, Margaret Drohen, Bobbi O'Connell, Allison Macomber, Karen Carpenter, Merillee Connors, Gloria Knoener, Chris Teter, and Laurie Hiers.


Anyone interested in serving should contact the Cultural Council or the Selectboard