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Things to do Weekends in November in Western Mass



There are always a plethora of things to do in Western Massachusetts and November is no exception. Here are some of our favorites:


November 3-5, 2017 - Franklin County Cider Days. This year will be the 23rd Annual event. Cider Days is an annual community celebration of all things apple in Franklin County. Tours, cidermaking, tastings, talks, workshops, Amateur Cider Competition and so much more. The event actually takes place in orchards and venues county-wide from Ashfield, Deerfield, Turners Falls, Charlemont, and Colrain to New Salem and towns in between. There is a charge for some of the events, but many of the workshops and activities are free. For more information check out their website:


November 11-12, 2017 - Crafts of Colrain. Tucked just beneath the Vermont line and above the Deerfield River is the village of Colrain, a refuge for creative people who do what they love best, crafting. 18 artisans, from woodworkers, metalsmiths, timber-framers, artists, photographers, to makers of baskets, jewelry, pottery, silk scarves and more to will open up their doors to visitors. For more information check out their website:


November 18-19, 2017 - Old Deerfield Craft Fair at the Eastern States Exposition. Yankee Magazine has named the craft fair as one of the top 20 events in New England! Over 200 artisans! The variety of crafts at the fair include wood workings, pottery, decorative painting, photography, jewelry, fine art, sculpture, and so much more. Admission is $8, kids 12 and under free. For more information check out their website:


November 24, 2017 - Moonlight Magic in Shelburne Falls, 4-9pm. Kick off the holiday season in the beautiful village of Shelburne Falls. At 5:15, shortly after the the festival of lights which features a lighting up of the village, the Parade of Lights begins. Vendors from across the valley offer an assortment of items including baked goods, arts and crafts, maple products and more. For more information check out their website:…


Pamela Sclafani is the Marketing Manager for Coldwell Banker Upton Massamont. She lives in the Pioneer Valley and enjoys everything it has to offer, gorgeous scenery, hills and mountains for hiking, lakes for paddle boarding, the change of seasons, and the close proximity to Boston and New York.

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