#artcontinues Wine & Painting Night

FEBRUARY 15 2017: “Nobody does Wine & Painting like we do!” Join us at AMHERSTWORKS for another exciting BYOB #artcontinues event featuring Redon’s “The Blue Vase”. (Bring your Valentine !) Wednesday, February 15th, from 6:30pm-9:00pm. Sign up at terimagner.com Paint a canvas, a tote bag or an apron! Event Details: 6:30 -9PM on FEBRUARY 15 2017 Register […]

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Solar 101

FEBRUARY 21 2017: Join Northeast Solar for a free Solar 101 info session. Learn about a state-backed solar loan program that is making solar for your home more affordable than ever. No high pressure sales, just food, fun and free information. Food and refreshments will be provided and we will be giving away door prizes to […]

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#artcontinues Wine & Painting Night

JANUARY 18 2017: This masterclass hosted by Teri Magner featuring Monet’s The Church at Varengeville, offers everyone, of every ability, the chance to paint a masterpiece. No prior painting experience is required! Come discover your artistic ability (“guaranteed”) and learn about the artist of the night and their particular style! Event Details: 6.30-9PM on January 18 […]

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National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (UMass)

JANUARY 21 2017: UMass Amherst has put together a team for the first time to compete in the Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC): http://www.nationalccdc.org/1, aiming to make it through the preliminaries into a Northeastern regional competition. In this preliminaries, students form a Blue Team that defends computers in the cloud, while a remote Red team of […]

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Amherst Charts Growth, Retains Small-town Feel

When Jerry Guidera decided to join Barry Roberts, Dave Williams, and Kyle Wilson to create a new co-working space in Amherst, their objective was clear.“We wanted to entice young entrepreneurs to stay in Amherst,” he said.Roberts owned the historic First National Bank building in the heart of downtown on 11 Amity St. which the trio […]

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Prominent Amherst building to become co-working space

  With so many professionals in Amherst working from their homes and downtown coffee shops rather than offices, the organizers of the town’s first co-working space believe there will be great demand from those seeking a dedicated place to both pursue their occupations and interact with others. Plans are underway for creating what will be […]

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