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We have 8 days left, we have some really great things happening. It's going to be a good time. Here is our line up and space #'s
Pony Rides & Rock wall near former TD bank
DJ Riot Boi entertainment at the top of Armory court
2. Berkshire Scenic Railroad museum
Adams Historical- tiny carriage house
4. Carolyn cook
5. Hoosac Golf
6. Greylock credit union
7. Mass Labor action
8, 10 & 12 Youth center
9. Thunder travel Softball
11. Fat Boys Dogs
13. Sarah Raschdorf
14, 35 & 37 Ed St. john
15. Girl Scouts- fish game
16. Not Gonna get ticked
17. tastefully simple
18. Heather Austin
19. Cutting Edge fitness
20. Nicole Renell
22. Racing Mart ( cotton candy & snow cones)
23. the family place
24. Stephanie Bosley
26. Michelle Cutler jewelry
30. Pizza House
31. toni Ciolkowski -paparazzi
32 & 34 Lions club food
36. Tranquil touch
38 & 40. Cheshire fire
39. Robyn whitney
41 Dj's gifts & crystal
42. Joe's stuff - Game
43. Annmarie Belmonte
44 & 46 First congo church
45. Raybella's & 50/50 & game
47. Berkshire Beads
48. It works
49. Elaine's Crafts and hats
50. Jeepers Creepers
51. Party lite
52. Pat Francoeur
Adams Ambulance (top of school st)
53. Blue Bird Sant. (game)
55 & 57. Hoosac valley coal
56. 413 Grill
58. Susan B museum
61 & 63 Big daddy's food
62. hoosac football Booster
64. Lori Potter
65. Dee Dee Lewis
66 & 68 Alternative Motors
69, 71 & 73 Ronnies cycle
72. Jan Blair
74. Karen's school of dance
(set up for vendors starts at 5, please do not congest the street by showing up early)
There will be dance performance, a band playing near the fire house & more. Come see what happening Monday Aug. 28th 6-9.
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The weather has changed AGAIN!!! LOL!! this time to our favor. Does not look so bad right now, but like any other day, its subject to change. Mother nature seems to not like us this summer. Anyway so far its still a go. This event is rain or shine, but thunderstorms are different.
please watch for updates on the weather for Hijinx on Monday. The rain date will be Aug 28th
This years event will be to benefit a Scholarship fund to be made in the name of Kaliq Sherman. As well as a donation made to the Hoosac Valley Football Booster Club.
We will have a 50/50 set up in our tent to benefit the clubs as well. come find us in front of the diner.
Sone of the vendors so far.
Some of our vendors so far. (these are paid vendors, submitting your application is not an automatic in, you have to send in payment to have a spot.)
It Works~ Courtney
Adams free Library
Susan B. Museum
Michelle Cutler~ jewelry
Berkshire Beads~ jewelry
Tranquil Touch- by Amber
Cutting Edge Fitness & Martial Arts Center
Racing mart- snow cones & cotton candy (To Benefit the Shriners)
Omer Black- magic
Riot Boi Entertainment- DJ/ master spinner of ceremonies...lol!!! I am giving you a new title ;)
Deal Wheel of donations will be back. (A Donation will be made to a charity of our choice)
BSA~ local Troop, Crew & Pack
MA labor Action
Greylock community bank-balloons
Karens school of dance
413 Grill- food
First Congo Church
Cheshire Fire Department
Hoosac Valley coal & Grain
Hoosac football booster club(`Pie in the face)
Adams Physical therapy
Fishscale creations` jewelry
Berkshire Dance Theatre
Dee Dee Lewis
THE LIONS CLUB~ FOOD
Get your CSA at Gray Raven Farm
What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an alternative model of local agriculture that creates a direct relationship and mutual partnership between the farmer and the consumer. The farmer grows food for the people; the people support the farm and both share in the inherent risks and potential abundance. By joining our CSA you are directly supporting us, your farmers, and promoting locally grown food. In exchange you will receive the highest quality, most nutrient dense, most flavorful produce that is harvested on the day that you receive it. Still not sure if a CSA is for you? Check out: https://www.localharvest.org/csa/ to see the benefits for you and your farm community.
Gray Raven Farm
We started out raising a few dairy goats and honey bees for our own use for our self-sufficient life style. The herd grew and the bees multiplied and we found the need for an outlet for the abundance of our “Milk & Honey”, yeah I know, it’s a cliché. We started making Goat Milk Soap and selling that and Pure Local Honey at Farmers Markets and Fairs. As nature will do, our 3 goats are now 18 and we’ve been very fortunate with not losing hives to “colony collapse disorder” and growing our honey production. Then the Bradley Farm became available with 17 acres and a Farm Store. We jumped at the chance to expand our farm and farming which brings us to offering our first CSA to the community.
The Farm Store hours are Wed. – Sun. 9am – 5pm, closing time in the summer may be extended.
Our Growing Commitment
We are dedicated to providing all our customers with the very best quality and variety of vegetables, fruits, herbs, flowers and other products we offer at the farm. We will only use healthy and sustainable farming practices in growing your food and never use chemicals, GMO’s or any other non-organic method in producing the food we’ll share with you. We are committed to customer satisfaction and will do our very best in providing the crops and products you enjoy. We welcome your input to help us keep that promise.
How our part works
From June 21, 2017, the first day of summer, we will provide you with a choice of at least 5 different seasonal vegetables, fruits, herbs to choose from each week. Vegetables will be in bundles, packages or cartons depending on the variety. Choose 5 if you like (or) trade any choice with a dozen of our Farm Fresh Eggs, ½ lb. of our Pure Honey, Goat Cheese, or other product we offer within reason. USDA meats & poultry may be included for an additional charge. Your choices will be freshly picked for pick up on Wednesdays or Saturdays between 3pm – 6 pm. We ask that you choose your pick up day so we can prepare ahead of time.
How your part works
The cost for our full season CSA is $500. June 21, 2017 – October 21, 2017
You are not required to come and work on the farm unless you want to, help is always appreciated. Pick your day for picking up your food. Call ahead if you need to change your day or time. That’s about it!
Let’s make this our agreement:
The Stage has already been set, all we have left to do is create a place for magic and mystery to come alive. Well, my friends, that event will take place at the base of the very Mountain that is spoken of in this Harry Potter Post. Wizards, Wands and all things magic is an event taking place June 17 at the Farm located across from the access road to IIvermorny's School.
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