February 25, 2018

February 25, 2018 (Sunday)
Springfield MA

Springfield Museums Exhibit: Human Plus: Real Lives + Real Engineering

January 27 –May 6. Fully interactive, Human Plus offers visitors a chance to explore and create a range of low- and high-tech tools that extend the abilities of the human body! Visitors can ride a mono-ski in a simulated ski race, control a DJ station using the wheels of a wheelchair, “feel” the music with a special touch panel, engineer solutions to unique design challenges and even discover how someone can control a neuroprosthetic limb with their thoughts! Human Plus also showcases compelling stories from a unique field of engineering that helps people carry out their day-to-day routines, as well as realize their lifelong dreams.

The Student Prince and Fort Restaurant, Springfield MA

The Student Prince and Fort Restaurant, Wild Game Month

Game Month is back! We’re bringing the legendary un-tame spirit of Hunter’s Dinners back to The Fort. We will also unleash daily Game Menus for lunch and dinner through February which belong on the pages of sportsmen’s magazines. If you’re a hunter, grab a beer with your hunting buddies and dig in. If you’re not a hunter, experience something amazing. HUNTER’S DINNERS start at 6 pm ($70 per person, reservations recommended), February 15 & February 26. GAME LUNCH & DINNER MENUS available daily through February.

Volleyball Hall of Fame, Holyoke MA

Volleyball Hall of Fame

Open Thursday through Sunday Noon to 4:30 PM. The Volleyball Hall of Fame in Holyoke, Massachusetts, the Birthplace of Volleyball, is a not for-profit institution dedicated to honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to this international sport and to fostering the appreciation of the historical development of the game by collecting, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting its collections for a global audience

Stockbridge MA

Norman Rockwell Museum Exhibition: Pulp Romance

Norman Rockwell Museum presents Gloria Stoll Karn: Pulp Romance, an exhibition of works by Ms. Stoll Karn, one of just a few female illustrators working during the heyday of popular romance and dime store magazines of the 1940s. On view at the Museum from February 10 through June 10, 2018, the exhibition will look at the artistic contributions that Stoll Karn made to the pulp fiction industry, and her unexpected journey in a world previously assigned to male artists.

Holyoke Merry-Go-Round, Holyoke MA

Holyoke Merry-Go-Round Open School Vacation Week

The Holyoke Merry-Go-Round will be open during the School Vacation Week. In addition to our current hours of Saturdays and Sundays, 12-4 PM we will be open Monday through Friday. Feb 22 & 23 FREE FACE PAINTING 1pm to 3pm! - FREE GAME DAY 12pm to 3:45pm! Feb 24 & 25 FREE GAME DAY 12pm to 3:45pm!

Eastern States Exposition, W Springfield MA

Eastern States Exposition Springfield Sportsmen's Show

The Northeast’s biggest and best hunting, fishing & outdoor show. February 23-25. Friday - noon to 8pm; Saturday - 9am to 7pm; Sunday - 10am to 5pm.

Eastern States Exposition, W Springfield MA

Eastern States Exposition Presents Northeast Reenactors Fair

The Northeast Reenactors Fair (formally New England Reenactors Fair) would like to welcome you to the Eastern States Exposition in the Mallary Arena. On Feb.24th and 25th. With 40+ venders lining up from World War 2 and as far back as you can get this is sure to be a truly amazing time.  Admission $10.00 one day admission, $15.00 full weekend, Children 13 and under free.

Historic Deerfield MA

Historic Deerfield Winter Lecture Series: "Risky Business"

"Risky Business: Getting Ahead in the Early Republic," exploring the fascinating histories of individuals willing to bend or even break established customs and laws in their quest to "get ahead" in the new republic. "Soldier, Engraver, Counterfeiter: Richard Brunton's Life on the Fringe in America's New Republic," presented by Deborah Child, Independent Scholar, on Sunday, February 25, 2PM.

Eric Carle Museum, Amherst MA

The Eric Carle Museum Film Screening: I Know A Man…Ashley Bryan

February 25, 1:00pm,  Free with museum admission. I Know a Man ... Ashley Bryan (2016) is about this 94-year-old creative wonder who skips and jumps in his heart like a child. He served in a World War II all-Black battalion and experienced the racism of a separatist Army and the carnage of D-Day. As a result he dedicated his life to creating beauty and joy, spreading love and awe through his art. He's a poet/illustrator of over 50 children's books, makes magical puppets and sea glass windows from found objects inspired by his African heritage.