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Do Re Mi Choir at Big E WEST SPRINGFIELD — Fall is here and the Big E will be in full swing before you know it. Westfield’s Council on Aging’s Do Re Mi Choir will be returning for their sixth year performance at the New England Center @ 1:00

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PM, Thursday October 1st on Westfield Day! This year has seen a lot of changes for the Westfield COA. The opening of their new building is scheduled for end of October. Having the continuity of the choir returning to the Big E certainly is reassuring for the choir membership. They work very hard throughout the year volunteering their time and talent to rehearsal and performances at places like: The Holyoke Soldiers’ Home, Nursing Homes, Independent Living Facilities, Alzheimer’s Facilities, and other venues including surrounding city’s Council on Aging. The choir is made up of 30 men & women and is under the direction of Cathy Berry and her twin sister, Camy Crick is the accompanist. Everyone enjoys what they do and love it when their audience participates in their performances. If you enjoy singing and have a few hours a week to volunteer, please contact the Westfield COA @ 413-562-9624. You would be most welcomed to join in the fun!!!

VIPS seek volunteers WESTFIELD — Are you a community member, parent, or college student? Do you have some extra time and a desire to help children? An hour a week can truly make a difference to help Westfield schools! Volunteers in Public Schools of Westfield (VIPS) would like to match YOU with a request for help from one of our schools. Volunteers work at assignments at the

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request of and under the direction of a teacher or staff member. VIPS is currently searching for volunteers in our elementary, middle and high schools. We are looking for Classroom Assistants, Lunchroom Monitors, Door Greeters, Enrichment Facilitators and Math or Reading Tutors. Training is provided as needed. VIPS will work with you to match your availability and school preference. All interested in volunteering must complete an application, a Criminal Offender Records Information form and training before they begin to volun-

teer. Training appointments are available to fit your schedule. Please call VIPS at 5726345 or email vips@schoolsofwestfield.org to make an appointment or for further information.

‘Sarah the Fiddler’ Performs at Armbrook Village WESTFIELD — September 23, 2015, 3:30 pm at Armbrook Village, 551 North Road, Westfield. Please join us as we welcome local musician “Sarah the Fiddler”!


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of the applicant with the requests of the various City departments. Income guidelines are $35,310 for a single household and $47,790 for a couple, including Social Security income. Completed applications, along with all required documentation, must be submitted in person to Tina Gorman by 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 29, 2015. No applications will be accepted after that date. The selection of participants will be by lottery and priority will be given to those who have not yet participated in the program. If you would like an application packet or additional information, please contact the Council On Aging at 562-6435.

WESTFIELD — Applications are currently available for those who are eligible for the Senior Citizen Property Tax Work-Off Program. The program is limited to one $500 work-off per household. Applicants must be the property owner of record or spouse, a resident of Westfield, 60 years of age or older, and willing to work approximately two hours per week from November through June. Volunteer opportunities include working in the public schools as greeters, library assistants, or Southwick-Onreading tutors; clerical work within the offices of various Stage to produce City departments; and staff ‘On Golden Pond’ assistance at the Animal Shelter. SOUTHWICK — Placement at a particular site will be determined by matching Southwick-On-Stage, will the skills, talents, and interests present ‘On Golden Pond’ by

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Ernest Thompson. The play will be presented on The Stage At Town Hall, 454 College Highway, Southwick, MA. Production dates will be Friday and Saturday 9/25, 9/26, 10/2, and 10/3 at 7:00 pm with a matinee on 10/ 3 at 2:00 pm. Tickets can be purchased on College Highway at (504) Farm Family Insurance and (636) Southwick Florist.Ticket reservations can be made by calling 413-831-6373.

Re-elect Cindy Harris Councilor At Large FoR two YeARS– A StRoNg voICe FoR tHe HomeowNeR CINDY HARRIS Recently Westfield homeowners were informed that a real estate tax increase of 3.75 percent awaits them when the tax rate is set for the fiscal year 2016 (July 2015-June 2016). I can assure the homeowners that I will be recommending a tax shift factor that will result in a tax rate increase that will be considerably less than 3.75 percent. In Fiscal Years 2010-2013 the average Westfield homeowner saw a real estate tax increase of 19.4 percent, while the average commercial/industrial bill increased 12.6 percent. I campaigned in 2013 against a further shift of the tax burden onto the homeowner. At the December 18, 2014 council meeting I made a motion for a 1.71 tax shift factor which was

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seconded. If adopted by the Council majority, it would have resulted in a homeowner tax increase of one cent - 18.18 to 18.19 - an average increase of $2 per year, 17 cents per month. My motion was rejected in favor of 1.63 tax shift factor resulting in the average homeowners real estate tax bill increasing 36 times as much as I recommended ($200,000 as the average homeowner assessment). I intend to stand in opposition to the lobbyists from the commercial/industrial sector who have supported a shift of the real estate tax burden onto Westfield homeowners and tenants - and I urge the current Councilors to stand with me. I will not support a homeowners tax increase of any figure close to 3.75 percent. The Council can do much better than that.

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$15.00 General Admission. Seniors $13.00. The play will be directed by Dorrie Mitchel of West Hartford, CT. Actors include: Karen Riedl and Joan PerkinsSmith of Southwick, Adam Dabkowski of Agawam, Dana T. Ring of West Hartford, CT, Edwin R. Lewis of Bolton, CT and Cliff Gibson of Granby, CT. Technical support will be provided by James McElroy of Springfield. Set design and build will be

by Jen Kowalski and Bill Rosendale of Westfield. Refreshments will be sold before the show and during a brief intermission. The play by Ernest Thompson was made into a movie in 1981, starring Henry Fonda, Jane Fonda, and Katherine Hepburn. It is the love story of Ethel and Norman Thayer, who are returning to their summer home on Golden Pond for the forty-eighth season. His is a retired professor, nearing eighty, with heart palpitations and a failing memory – but still as tarttongued, observant and eager for life as ever. Norman and Ethel are brought even closer together by the incident of a mild heart attack. Time, they know, is now against them, but the years have been good and, perhaps, another summer on Golden Pond still awaits. Southwick-On-Stage is a division of the Southwick Cultural Council.


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Double the Ukes! Josten Live! Fridays @ Five Friday, September 18 at 5:00 PM on the Josten Library Mezzanine The Josten Live! Fridays @ Five season opener featuring Smith Ukes & The Well Tempered Ukes. A highlight of the event will be a singalong lead by Smith Ukes. This event aims to promote not only membership in Smith Ukes, but also Josten Library’s circulating ukulele program. Smith Ukes was founded with the intention of making music accessible to anyone on campus regardless of previous experience. We work

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September is the time to see large flights of Broadwinged Hawks along with other raptors as they migrate south through our region. The Allen Bird Club (ABC) is holding its annual fall Hawkwatch and Potluck Picnic on Blueberry Hill in Granville on Saturday, September 19. The view is

great, and on a clear day you can see all the way to Mt. Monadnock in New Hampshire. Anyone can come to watch and eat, so bring your binoculars and favorite main dish, side dish, or dessert to share. To get there, go west on Route 57 past the center of Granville for 4 miles, turn right on North Lane (marked), go 1.4 miles, and turn right into the small, unpaved parking lot for Phelon Forest. Take the main path a short distance and bear right up the hill to the summit. Check the ABC website at www.allenbirdclub.org for more information.

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Lounge at the Southwick Public Library after school on S o u t h w i c k Teen Lounge September 23 at 2:30pm. offered at SPL will have the Wii system H i s t o r i c a l Teen Lounge at the We set up and we will be decoratPublic Library- ing cupcakes. Society guided Southwick Join us for our next Teen Walk Southwick SOUTHWICK — Friends of the Southwick Rail Trail And The Southwick Historical Society are hosting a Historical Guided Trail Walk on the Southwick Rail Trail, Saturday, September 26th at 10 a.m. (1.8 miles long). Learn the past use and history of the rail line, canal, and Congamond Lake. The walk will start at the Miller Road Kiosk heading towards the CT line and end back near Congamond Road. The event is free. Food and beverages can be purchased at Red Riding Hood’s Basket. www.southwickrailtrail. org.

Senior Center Trips N O R T H F I E L D MOUNTIAN BOAT TRIP Friday October 9th Lunch at Four Leaf Clover at your own expense. Then go on the Quinnetukut II Riverboat Cruise down the Connecticut River. The cost is $14.00pp. We’ll leave the center at 9:45am boat ride is at 1:00pm. Limited seating so sign up ASAP. Stopping in the office or calling @ 569-5498.

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Southwick Historical Society offers Open House SOUTHWICK — The Southwick Historical Society will have an open house at the museums on the following dates from 2PM to 4PM. September 27th and October 11th and 25th. The museums consist of two buildings filled with artifacts and ephemera from the town.

The Joseph Moore house was built in 1751 by Joseph Moore who served and died during the Revolutionary War. The Charles Gillett Cigar Factory was built in 1892 and is the last surviving building of it’s kind in the valley. Both are situated on scenic farm land at 84 and 86 College Hwy [ Rt 202 and 10]. Stop in and take a tour with one of our docents. We look forward to meeting you.


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Annual Springfield Out of the Darkness planned for September 27 SPRINGFIELD — More than 1,200 people from Western Mass are expected to participate in the Annual Springfield Out of the Darkness Community Walk on Sunday September 27, 2015. The fundraising walk supports the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP, afsp.org) by helping to support local and national suicide prevention and awareness programs

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to reduce the annual rate of suicide by 20 percent by 2025. Springfield AFSP Out of the Darkness Community Walk Sunday, September 27, 2015 MassMutual Center, 1277 Main Street, Springfield MA Registration: 8:30am Ceremony: 10:00am Walk Begins: 10:45am For a link to the online registration page, email Cheryl Ronzoni, AFSP Western MA Associate Area Director – cronzoni@afsp.org The Springfield Out of the Darkness Walk is one of more

than 370 Out of the Darkness Community Walks (www. outofthedarkness.org) being held this fall nationwide. The walks are expected to unite more than 100,000 walkers nationally and raise more than $12 million for suicide prevention efforts. “Much more needs to be done to prevent suicide. Yet, suicide and the underlying mental disorders that can sometimes lead to suicide continue to be surrounded by misinformation and stigma,” said Cheryl Ronzoni, Western MA Chapter Associate Area Director. “This walk is about reducing that stigma, raising awareness and raising needed funds for research and local prevention programs.” The Springfield Community Walk will begin at MassMutual Center in Springfield at 8:30am (registration) and end at MassMutual Center by

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12:30pm. The Walk route will take place across Columbus Avenue and past the Springfield Riverfront. WWLP TV 22 is our media sponsor. According to AFSP, close to 700,000 people will make a suicide attempt requiring medical care and more than 38,000 will die by suicide in the U.S. every year. “Despite the troubling statistics, an important goal of the walk is to stress that suicide can be prevented. The walk is also a call to action that more must be done to prevent suicide, nationally and in communities across the country,” said Robert Gebbia, Executive Director for the AFSP. “We know that the best way to prevent suicide is through the early recognition and

treatment of the mental disorders that can contribute to suicide. Unfortunately, stigma about disorders such as depression, bipolar illness, and alcohol and substance abuse, keeps people from getting the treatment they need. The Overnight is about eliminating that stigma. It’s about bringing hope to those who have been affected by suicide,” he continued. About the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is the leading national not-for-profit organization exclusively dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide through research, education and advocacy as well as to reaching out to people with mental disorders and those impacted

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Friends & Family of M.I. (Mental Illness) The Family & Friends of M.I. support group meets on the 2nd Thursday of every month from 6-8PM in Conference Room A (downstairs across from the Noble Café). The group is free to all and is sponsored by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Western Massachusetts Chapter. For more information on this support group, please contact Kathy Reed, Noble employee and trained mental illness group facilitator, at (413) 237-1644.

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Springfield Symphony Opens 72nd Season with High Energy! SPRINGFIELD — Antonín Dvorák described his work, Carnival Overture, as depicting a “wanderer reaching at twilight a city where a festival is in full swing.” And in full swing it will be, as the Springfield Symphony Orchestra rings in its 72nd season with this famously celebratory composition! On Saturday, October 3rd, Maestro Kevin Rhodes will lead the orchestra in performances of works by Dvořák, Bela Bartók, and Jan Sibelius. Each composition finds its roots deep in the composers’ native countries, providing the audience with a sonic tour of Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Finland respectively. The Springfield Symphony Orchestra’s Opening Night Gala will be performed on Saturday, October 3rd at Symphony Hall in Springfield, 34 Court St., Springfield, MA 01103. Doors open at 6:00 p.m., Classical Conversations (pre-concert discussion) begins at 6:30 p.m., and the performance begins at 7:30 p.m. An Evening of Challenges and Aspirations The opening notes of Antonín Dvořák’s Carnival Overture will set an appropriately vibrant and vital tone for this 72nd season of classical music from the Springfield Symphony Orchestra. The second in a triptych composed by Dvořák, Carnival celebrates life with Czech-flavored melodies and infectious rhythms. The centerpiece of this evening’s performance will be the Violin Concerto, Op. 47 by Jan Sibelius. A famously complex piece, the Violin Concerto is said to reflect Sibelius’s lifelong (and unrealized) ambition to become a concerto violinist. The composition presents a litany of technical challenges to its solo-

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position, Bela Bartók’s Concerto for Orchestra, will feature each member of the symphony – though all playing at once. Bartók explained that he considered his work as a concerto rather than a symphony because it treated each member of the orchestra “in a soloistic and virtuosic way.” Of this work, Maestro Rhodes said, “The musicians of the SSO will take center stage for this work. Concerto for Orchestra is the ultimate orchestra musician showpiece. Like an Olympic Games for musicians, each section of the orchestra is put through their paces one after the other in what remains to this day, over 70 years after its composition, one of the most challenging works a group of musicians can tackle!” The evening’s performance on a Massachusetts stage will provide Bartók’s work something of a homecoming, as it first debuted in Boston shortly after the composer fled Europe during World War II. Every Ticket Includes Free, Secure Parking Single tickets & subscription packages are available now - with adult tickets starting at $22, and $10 for fulltime college students and children aged 4 – 17. You can also save up to 25% on a variety of subscription packages, which allow you to lock in your preferred seating, and help the symphony sustain their community enrichment programs throughout the region. This year’s parking arrangements will prove as accessible as in years past. “We have plenty of parking, all very close to Springfield Symphony Hall,” said Marketing Director, Ann Rasmussen. “We’re working closely with our parking partners to ensure that SSO concertgoers are not inconvenienced. Even during the I-91 viaduct and MGM construction work, ticket holders should find it easy and convenient to get downtown and park.” According to Rasmussen, all ticket holders receive free-of-charge parking at the I-91 South and I-91 North Springfield Parking Authority (SPA) garages, as well as the Tower Square / Marriott garage – all of which will remain open and accessible, all season long. Easy, Convenient Ordering For live, helpful assistance with single tickets & subscrip-

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tions, contact the Springfield Symphony Box Office at 413733-2291 or in person at 1350 Main Street, Springfield MA 01103 (facing Court Square, next to Palazzo Café). The SSO’s online ticketing service is also available for easy ordering, 24/7 – at www.tickets.SpringfieldSymphony.org. All concerts begin at 7:30pm in Springfield Symphony Hall (34 Court Street, Springfield MA 01103). MassMutual Financial Group is the official sponsor of the 72nd concert season. To preview the upcoming concert season, visit the SSO’s website at www.SpringfieldSymphony. org.

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kosinskifarms.com • 413-572-4344 Raven Hollow Winery 413.562.0259 420 Russellville Rd • Westfield, MA Farm Stand: Mon. - Sat.  8 AM - 6 PM Sun. 8AM - 5 PM September & October: Corn Maze, PYO Apples, & Hayrides. 19 Varieties of Apples, Pumpkins and Winter Squash, Corn Stalks, Hay Bales, Mums, Asters, & Kale, Our Own Potatoes. Raven Hollow Winery ~ We feature Award Winning wines made from fruit grown at our own Kosinski Farms, in addition to traditional grape wines. Raven Hollow Winery continues to serve our community all year long.  Please visit us at RavenHollowWinery.com. 

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“HOME OF THE WRAPPLE” 70 Worthington Road (Route112) Huntington, MA 01050 9 miles from the Westfield border 413-667-3232 • www.hcstore.com Mon-Wed. 7am-6pm • Thurs-Fri. 7am-7pm Sat. 9am-7pm • Sun. 9am-6pm Stop by and say “WOW”, Zillions of Gifts. Coffee, Bakery, Extra Rich Ice Cream, Collectibles. Kitchen Gadgets, Kids Stuff, Christmas Room, Candles, Jewelry, Gift Certificates & More.

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The Festival That Stinks! Saturday & Sunday ~ September 26 & 27 • 10am - 5pm www.garlicandarts.org Forsters Farm, 60 Chestnut Hill Rd, Orange, MA Adults $5 • Kids 12 & under Free Amazing Art, Farm Fresh Products, Garlic Cusine & Chef Demos, Helaing Arts, Music & Performances Galore, Fun Activities for Families, Skills for Local Living.

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PUMPKIN FESTIVAL “PICK YOUR OWN” SUNDAY OCTOBER 18TH-10-4 PIG ROAST & BBQ, CRAFT & TAG SALE Route 66, Westhampton, MA 413-529-9388 • www.outlookfarm.com VISIT “THE BARN” & “THE EATERY” Open for breakfast and lunch Daily 6:30 am-7:00pm year round

7. RANDALL’S FARM AND GREENHOUSE

631 Center St, Rte 21, MA Turnpike exit 7 Ludlow, MA 01056 • 413-589-7071 The Best Fall Food, Flowers and Fun! We’ve Got Something to “Crow” About! Randall’s “Crowing” Corn-Maze-Celebrating Randall’s Rooster. Hayrides to the Maze. Pumpkin Picking Hayrides. Scarecrow Workshops. Weekends 10am-5pm. Elsie’s Creamery “The Best Homemade Ice Cream” www.randallsfarm.net • you tube • facebook

8. SHAKER FARMS COUNTRY CLUB and THE RAIL TRAIL BAR & GRILL 866 Shaker Road • Westfield, MA 413-568-4087 • www.shakerfarms.com “OPEN TO THE PUBLIC YEAR ROUND” 18 Hole Course. Call Pro Shop for Tee Times. Tuesday Night Line Dancing - 6:00pm Pavilion available for parties. Adjacent to the Columbia Greenway Rail Trail. Friday Night Dinner Specials and Entertainment. Sunday Brunch starts on October 11th 9am-1pm. Memberships Now Available.

9. SUNSHINE NEW ENGLAND MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIvAL

Saturday, September 26, 2015 Green Acres Festival Grounds • Brimfield, MA www.sunshinenewengland.com Presented by NBB Productions Tickets $30.00-an all ages event NO pets. Bring a chair. Rain or Shine Gates open at 10:00 am • Music begins at 10:30 am-Eight Bands, Food, Art, Vendors. A portion of the proceeds wil be donated to support the Tri-Town Domestic Violence Task Force.


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Science Museum hosts total lunar eclipse viewing SPRINGFIELD – The Springfield Science Museum will host two opportunities to view the heavens in the coming weeks, including a special viewing of the total lunar eclipse on Sunday, September 27. Eclipses of this type are

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rare – the next such occurrence won’t take place for another 4 years, and the moon’s close proximity to the earth makes the event even more unusual. The Science Museum will be open to the public starting Sunday evening at 6:30 PM, when Science Museum staff and Springfield Stars Club members will lead observatory tours, planetarium shows and presentations about eclipses. At 9 PM, the activity will shift outside to the viewing area on the Quadrangle’s

Friday 9/18 thru Thurs. 9/24 Black Mass premieres Thursday, September 17th at 7pm. Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials premieres Thursday, Sept. 17th at 8:30pm.

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Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (PG-13) Fri, Sat, Sun, Thu: 12:30pm, 3:30pm, 6:30pm, 9:15pm Mon, Wed: 12:30pm, 3:30pm, 6:30pm Tue: 10am, 12:30pm, 3:30pm, 6:30pm

North Lawn, where Stars Club members will have telescopes set up to observe the eclipse. The partial phases of the eclipse begin at 9:07 PM and continue until the moon is totally eclipsed from 10:11 until 11:23 PM. During the total phase, the normally brilliant full moon will appear much dimmer and shine with an eerie greyish orange color. In case of cloudy or inclement conditions, live streaming video of the eclipse will be projected at a location inside the Science Museum. The cost to attend the eclipse event is $5 for adults and $3 for ages 17 and under. Later that week, the Science Museum’s large rooftop telescope will be open for public sky gazing on Friday, October 2 at 7:30 p.m. as part of the “Stars Over Springfield” observatory series. These programs are organized by the Museum and the Springfield Stars Club, and take place on the first Friday of each month. Stars Over Springfield programs are best suited for families with children ages 8 and older, however younger children are also welcome. Admission to the October 2

Sunday. September 20, 2015 - 13 event is $3 for adults and $2 for children 17 and under. These programs are held rain or shine. If it is cloudy, a planetarium show will be presented in place of telescope viewing. The featured talk on October 2 will be presented by Science Museum planetarium educator Jack Megas, who will discuss “Viewing the Autumn Sky.”

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Westfield Residents in musical theatre production Broad Brook, Conn. — Opera House Players, Inc. will present the sweet and romantic musical SHE LOVES ME through September 27 (Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm) at the Broad Brook Opera House, 107 Main Street, Broad Brook, CT. Tickets can be ordered by calling the box office at 860-

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292-6068 or online at operahouseplayers.org. The production includes Westfield residents in supporting roles as two of the shop clerks. Martina Haskins plays Ilona Ritter and Michael Holt portrays Ladislav Sipos. Westfield High School senior Madeline Lukomski has a featured role as the Busgirl. Set in a 1930’s European perfumery, shop clerks Amalia and Georg, more often than not, don’t see eye to eye. After both respond to a “lonely hearts advertisement” in the newspaper, they now

live for the love letters they exchange, but the identity of their admirers remains unknown. Discover with Amalia and Georg the identity of their true loves and all the twists and turns along the way! Based on the play “Parfumerie” by Miklos Laszlo, three movies were also made based on the same play - “The Shop Around The Corner” starring Jimmy Stewart, “In The Good Old Summertime” starring Judy Garland, and “You’ve Got Mail” starring Tom Hanks. This production of SHE LOVES ME is directed by Meghan Lynn Allen, with musical direction by Steven D. Cirillo, and choreography by Karen Anne McMahon. The remainder of the Opera House Players’ season includes Man of La Mancha (November), Avenue Q (February, 2016), and Into the Woods (May, 2016). Gift certificates always available by calling the box office.

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September 20, 2015, 3:30 pm at Armbrook Village, 551 North Road, Westfield. Sandy Robinson will take requests and lead a singalong. Please join us!

Southwick Public Library Offers: Color, Chat and Cookies for Adults! SOUTHWICK — Looking

for a way to relieve stress? Did you know coloring isn’t just for adults? Join us at 7:00 p.m. Monday, September 21st in the library’s Community Room to color, chat and enjoy some cookies, coffee and tea. The library will supply adult coloring sheets, gel pens, colored pencils, and water color pencils but feel free to bring your own coloring tools if you prefer. This program is free and open to all adults.

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Highland Valley Elder Services seeking a First Cook Supervisor & a First Cook’s Assistant to carry out cooking responsibilities for 500 meals/day. Supervisor position will oversee a team of 7. 3 yrs quantity cooking experience, including baking & excellent knowledge of basic recipes/menu items required. High school diploma & ServSafe a must. Competitive salary, excellent benefits, generous time off. 6 am-2 pm Mon-Fri. Say goodbye to working holidays and weekends. Send resume by September 23, 2015 to: Heather Skubiszewski Highland Valley Elder Svcs. 320 Riverside Drive, Suite B Florence, MA 01062 hskubiszewski@ highlandvalley.org

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TOWN OF SOUTHWICK Secretary/Clerk/ Bookkeeper To the Clerk, Collector, Treasurers’ Office The Town of Southwick is seeking an energetic individual for the above position. Full-time 37.5 hours per week @ $19.53 per hour. Union position with one year probationary period. High School diploma or GED required. Prefer two (2) or more years experience as a secretary, clerk or bookkeeper. Special knowledge and abilities for position encompass strong customer service, word processing, organizational and bookkeeping skills. Interested individuals may obtain a copy of the Position Description and Town Employment Application by contacting the Selectmen's Office at 569-5995 or on the Town’s website at www.southwickma.org. Applications must be dropped off or mailed to Board of Selectmen's Office, 454 College Highway, Southwick, MA 01077. All applications must be received by 12:00 p.m. on October 7, 2015. Southwick is an A/A, EOE, ADA Employer.

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ESTATE SALE: 81 E. Silver St. Friday/Saturday, Sept 18 & 19, 9a-4pm. Large Kenmore refrigerator/Freezer, gas range, marble-top wine cooler, vintage mirror finish dresser with matching armoire, many other household items. No Early Birds Please.

GRANVILLE: 119 South Lane Rd. Sept 26th & 27th 9am-4pm. (Rain Date Oct. 3 & 4) Furniture, dressers, glassware, linens, curtains, material, kitchenware, jewelry galore! Much, much more!

WESTFIELD: 15 McKinley Terr. Fri, 9/25 8am-3pm; Sat, 9/26 8am-noon. Household items, furniture, power tools, sports equipment and more.

WESTFIELD: 172 Highland Ave. September 25th/26th. 9amSOUTHWICK: 2 4 S o u t h 3pm. No early birds. Two-family Loomis St. Saturday, Sept. 26 ale! Gardening items, books, 10am-4 pm. Household items, baby clothes, car amps, CocaCola glassware and much more! decor, toys. Rain or Shine

WESTFIELD: 48 Tannery Rd. Sat/Sun, Sept 26&27. 9am-3pm Furniture, dishes, holiday items, SOUTHWICK: 18 Matthews Rd. household items, more. 9/26 & 9/27. 9am-3pm. Kitchen items, furniture, kids items & lots of misc. items. WESTFIELD: Moose Lodge #1255, 56 Washington St. Thurs/Fri/Sat, Sept. 24th-26th. WESTFIELD: Donation Drop Off Starting 9/1/2015. Anytime after 4:00pm. 394 Falley Dr. Sept 25,26,27. Please contact the Lodge if you 9 a m - 4 p m . D O W N - S I Z I N G need to make arrangements to H U G E A S S O R T M E N T ; have your donation picked up OLD & NEW. @413-568-2795 A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit International Youth Awareness Programs. All unsold items will be donated to the local Salvation Army

WESTFIELD: 291 Steiger Dr. Sat/Sun, Sept 26&27. 9am-3pm. DOWN-SIZING! Holiday items, furniture, crib, china & glass, toys, clothing, antiques. Something for everyone. WESTFIELD: 45 Vadnais St. Sept 25th/26th, 9a,-3pm. Household items, rugs, kids clothes and misc. items.

WESTFIELD: 824 Western Ave. Sept 18-20th. 9:00am-4:00pm. (Rain Date 9/25-27). 40 Years of Accumulation. Lots of dolls, WESTFIELD: 114 Otis St. 3+ families...make an offer tag new Christmas decorations, vins a l e . E v e r y t h i n g m u s t g o ! tage, record albums, vintage F r i d a y / S a t u r d a y , S e p t children's toys, furniture. Many 2 5 t h & 2 6 t h , 9 a m - 4 p m . Barbies still in box. Way too much to list!

MONDAY, OCTOBER 5TH at 1:00 P.M. RECEIVER’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE

• SOUTHWICK • 5 ROOM / 3 BEDROOM

ARTICLES FOR SALE

ARTICLES FOR SALE

ARTICLES FOR SALE

RANCH STYLE HOME “CLOSE PROXIMITY TO ALL AMENITIES”

Queen Bedroom Set Includes Headboard, bureau w/mirror, chest of drawers, night stand. Great Deal! ONLY $100! Call 568-9070

SAWDUST FOR SALE Oleksak Lumber Cabot Rd., Westfield Delivery Available 413-568-7950

WOOD DESK - Good condition; $35; Toddler wooden table & chair. (Jungle Book themed) $25 or B.O. Call 569-5642

SINGLE STORY

106 Summer Drive SOUTHWICK, MASSACHUSETTS To be sold on the Premises

Features:

• Single Story Ranch Style Home • ±1/4 Acre of Land • • Total of (5) Rooms, w/ (3) Bedrooms & (1) Bath • ±1,100 S/F of Living Area • • Electric Hot Water Heat • Public Water & Sewer • Zoned: R-20 • H New Roof, Siding, Windows, Electrical, Plumbing, Insulation Floors, Walls, Kitchen & Bath H Sale Per Order of Receiver Attorney Dennis P. Powers 1391 Main Street, Suite 806 Springfield, MA Attorney for Receiver Terms of Sale: $5,000.00 Deposit Cash or Certified Funds. 5% Buyer’s Premium Applies. Other Terms to be Announced at Time of Sale.

Aaron Posnik

AUCTIONEERS · APPRAISERS

West Springfield, MA • Philadelphia, PA 413-733-5238 • 610-853-6655 TOLL FREE 1-877-POSNIK-1 (767-6451) MA Auc. Lic. #161 • PA Auc. Lic. #AY000241L

www.posnik.com • E-mail: info@posnik.com


SAVE WITH THE PENNYSAVER

To Advertise Call 413-562-4181

CLASSIFIED Available Online 24/7 - http://thewestfieldnews.com/classifieds WANTED TO BUY

$$ AUTOS WANTED $$

Top Dollar paid for your unwanted cars, trucks, vans. Running or not. We pay and tow away. Sell your car TODAY. 413-534-5400 PAYING CASH FOR COINS, stamps, medals, tokens, paper money, diamonds and jewelry, gold and silver scrap. Broadway Coin & Stamp, 144 Broadway, Chicopee Falls, MA. (413)5949550.

APARTMENT

APARTMENT WEST SPRINGFIELD: Squire Apartments 1 Bedroom. $700 p/month + utilities. Call: 413-562-2295

WESTFIELD: 2nd floor 3-room apartment. Stove, refrigerator and all utilities included. No pets, non-smoker. Parking on premises. Shown by appointment only. Available September 15th. $700 p/month. 413-568-5905

BEAUTIFUL 2 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE Limited Offer: 1 month free Westfield: Clean, quiet, 1-1/2 baths, carpeting, appliances, hot water included. Sorry no pets. From $850. (860)485-1216. Equal Housing Opportunity

WESTFIELD: Two exceptional Westfield apartments in large house: quiet street very close to new bike/walking trail. Off-street parking. All appliances including own laundry (separate in each apartment). Separate yard and porch for each. Beautiful renovation. $1075 for 2 bedroom , WESTFIELD - 2/3 BEDROOM $1375. for 3 bedroom (has 2 apartments. Hardwood floors, bathrooms). 2 bedroom availyard, convenient location. Secur- able now, 3 bedroom in October. Nanawestbrook@gmail.com or ity, no pets. 413-364-3036. 413-568-6050

To Advertise 413-562-4181 Ext. 118 DEADLINE: 2PM THE DAY BEFORE

E-mail: Floram@thewestfieldnewsgroup.com ROOMS

HOMES FOR SALE

SERVICES

LARGE FURNISHED ROOM Parking, bus route, walking distance to all amenities. $120/weekly. Responsible mature male preferred. Non-smoker. (413)348-5070.

A1 ODD JOBS/HANDYMAN Debris removal, landscaping, spring yard cleanup, interior and exterior painting, power washing, basic carpentry and plumbing. All types of repair work and more. (413)562-7462

Beautiful 6-Room Executive Ranch

BUSINESS PROPERTY

Newly Remodeled 2,146 sq. ft on 2.4 acres. .Neighborhood playground, country living; a few minutes from downtown Westfield, Holyoke Mall, the Mass Pike, and Route 91. Summer house in backyard with water & electricity, combination storage shed, gazebo.

WESTFIELD: Commercial space available in down-town area. Perfect for office, hair salon and massage therapy. 600+ sq. ft. Call 4513-519-7257 to set up a viewing.

JIM'S TRACTOR SERVICES Grading & leveling of dirt driveways & short roads. Loam spread, loader work, post hole digging. Mowing of fields and lots with large rotary mower. Dump truck delivery available. Equipment transportation. Licensed & Insured (413)530-5430

3 Bedrooms, 2 full baths, central air, security system, 2 fireplaces, partially finished basement with Vermont Slate floor and large granite chimney and fireplace. Walk-in cedar closet in basement. New septic system. Newer well and pump. Thermopride furnace. $259,500.

Wales: Completely remodeled. New pellet stove, 14' x 61'. A/C. Appliances. Patio, shed. Own for $400 mortgage. $57,900 593-9961 DASAP.MHVILLAGE.COM

WESTFIELD 1&2 bedroom apartments, rent includes heat and hot water. Excellent size and location. No dogs. Call weekdays (413)786-9884. WESTFIELD: 1 Bedroom, Hardwood floors, 2nd floor. Hot water and cooking gas included. Located in down-town area. $600/month. First/last/security deposits required. Please call 413-519-7257 to set up appointment for viewing.

Sunday. September 20, 2015 - 19

Call: 413-427-0436 Additional photos on www.thewestfieldnews.com (Classifieds)

MOBILE HOMES

Chicopee: By HuKeLau. Remodeled, 2 bedrooms, 12' x 67. Shingles, appliances. Patio, nice yard and shed. $54,000 593-9961 DASAP.MHVILLAGE.COM HAMPDEN VILLAGE: Westfield - Single-wide, 14'x70'. Fully updated. 2 bedrooms, porch, shed. $61,900. 413-642-3102

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Requires: Bachelor’s degree and CPR/AED, First Aid Certified. Assist in organizing and directing training program to develop team to its fullest potential and to play a leadership role in development of team in terms of recruitment, promotion, teaching, motivation and practice preparation and strategy. Salary: $4,000/year. Online AppliCAtiOn required. Visit http://apptrkr.com/668454 to review the detailed job description, and to apply. For assistance call 413-572-8158. AA/eOe

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SELLER

BUYER

SALE PRICE

25 Scenic Rd, Westfield 3 Sherman St. Ext, Westfield 139 Union St. U:34, Westfield 27 Dewey Ave U:8, Westfield 90 Franklin St, Westfield 73 George St, Westfield 150 Hillside Rd. U:22, Westfield 36 Windsor St, West Springfield 58 Calvin St, West Springfield 211 Great Plains Rd, West Springfield 21 Orleander St, West Springfield 418 Meadow St U:E19, Agawam 57 Buckingham Dr, Southwick

Loretta Be FNMA Kimberly A Cowles Melissa Taylor Brian Hoskin Carmen Torres Kathleen Annino Wilbraham Trucking Corp Sheryl McKay Park St. Development David Zagula & Janis Sawyer Cheryl J Henchey David & Sharon Hamel

Jason Polonsky & Jocelyn Gagnon Olga Khimich Bhupenda S Thakur & Liliya S Thakur Scott Conroy Jenna & Debra Casale Vlad Lujan Mary A Wandeloski Phil King Realty LLC Raymond & Deborah Gadreault Mikhail & Lilya Sycheva Michael & Brittany Fortier Sandea A Viens Connor Hedge & Crystal Hope

$328,000.00 $130,000.00 $135,000.00 $108,000.00 $193,000.00 $168,000.00 $140,000.00 $175,000.00 $150,000.00 $260,000.00 $169,900.00 $112,000.00 $278,000.00


SAVE WITH THE PENNYSAVER

20 - Sunday. September 20, 2015

To Advertise Call 413-562-4181

Make next Spring

BEAUTIFUL! WESTFIELD

• Tulips • Hyacinth • Narcissi • Crocus • Daffodils and many more! Just ArrivedHUGE SELECTION of BULBS

HOME & GARDEN

Brands you trust. People who know. Locally owned since 1982

Fall Decorating Essentials Available!

Foster Brothers Dairy Farm 3 for

TOP SOIL

or 3 for

$ 99 $ ea

4

12

8” 99 pot

SNOWBLOWER SALE

ACT NOW and SAVE

5000 OFF Sale Price!!

$

with mail-in rebate

6 HP 24” (ST224) Reg $87995........... $79995 6 HP 24” (ST224P) Reg $99995.......... $89995 8.5 HP 27” (ST227P) Reg $109995..... $99995 9 HP 30” (ST230P) Reg $129995...... $119995 8.5 HP 24” (ST324P) Reg $149995... $139995 9 HP 27” (ST327P) Reg $169995....... $159995 12 HP 30” (ST330P) Reg $189995.... $179995

3 YEAR WARRANTY

FREE DELIVERY Husqvarna 125BVx

BLOWER SALE

28cc, 425 cfm, 170 mph, 9.6 lbs. Smart Start, Auto return stop switch, vac capable, mulching function, $ in-line outlet and cruise control.

199

WOOD PELLETS •PLATINUM •LA CRETE

299

$

28cc, 425 cfm, 170 mph, 9.4 lbs. Auto return stop switch, in-line outlet and cruise control. $

HP/Width

18.5/42 HYDRO BRIGGS 18/46 HYDRO TWIN BRIGGS 22/46 HYDRO BRIGGS TWIN 22/42 HYDRO TWIN BRIGGS 24/48 HYDRO BRIGGS TWIN 22/42 KOHLER ENGINE 21.5/46 HYDRO KAWASAKI TWIN LS

159

Reg.

$1599.95 $1899.95 $1799.95 $1899.95 $2099.95 $2299.95 $2399.95

12

95

SALE PRICE

$1499.95 $1799.95 $1699.95 $1799.95 $1999.95 $2099.95 $2299.95

40 lbs.

$

1399

Pulverized

3 Bags for

3 Bags for

$ 99

$ 99

Limestone

9

Limestone

7

40 lbs.

50 lbs.

...get a

Buy an 8 lb. bag of WILD

FINCH FREE FOOD FINCH FOOD for

8 lbs.

6

$ 99 FEEDER! 11.99 value! $

Morning Song

240 w/14" bar ........... 199.95 240 w/16” bar ........... 209.95 240E w/18" bar......... 249.95 435 w/16" bar ........... 269.95 440E w/16" bar ........ 299.95 445 w/16" bar ........... 309.95 445 w/18" bar ........... 339.95 450 w/18" bar ........... 369.95 455 w/18" bar ........... 419.95 455 w/20” bar ........... 429.95 460 w/20" bar ........... 489.95 460 w/24” bar ........... 499.95 550XP Autotone 20" ... 619.95 576XP w/20" bar ...... 899.95 372XP w/24" bar ...... 899.95 T435 w/14” bar Top Handle .. 339.95

1299

$

30 lbs.

Granular

50 40 LB /ton BAGS

SALE

10 Pack

Reg. $19.99

5,000 Sq. Ft.

• SOFTWOOD • HIGH BTU • LOW ASH

CHAIN SAW SALE

Model

99

Fast Acting Lime

BIRD SEED

1299

$

1999

VE SA 0 0 $ 5.

Copper Top

Finch Feeder 3 FT. LONG Reg. $39.99

5

$ 99

VE SA .00 4 $3

Black Oil Sunflower Seed

$

Reg. $17.99

40 lbs

Free Set Up and Delivery • YTH 18542 • YTH 18K46 • YTH 22V46 • YTH 22V42 • YTH 24V48 • YT 42S • YT 46LS

-YOUR CHOICE!-

2 Year Warranty

TRACTOR SALE Model #

7

$ 96

CK STO UP ! NOW

Husqvarna 125B

95

$

Suet Cakes

VE SA 0 $ 5.0

3 Bags for

Straw, Corn Stalks, Pumpkins, Gourds & more!

Hardy Mums

Birdwatcher’s Best

Pelletized Limestone

Reg. $29.99

40 LB. BAG

4

COUPON

next $ 00 Your 20 lb. Propane OFF Fill

One coupon per customer. Not valid with any other offer. Valid only in participating locations. Expires 9/27/15

WESTFIELD HOME & GARDEN CENTER

81 Springfield Rd. (Rt. 20) Westfield, MA www.westfieldhomeandgarden.com (413) 568-3388 Not responsible for typographical errors

HOURS: Mon-Sat 8-6 • Sun 8-5


Sunday, September 20, 2015