Welcome to Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts!
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ShelburneFalls.com is the place to find information about the hilltowns of West Franklin County, Massachusetts, including the iconic village of Shelburne Falls.
In addition to the Village of Shelburne Falls, you'll find information on this site about all our towns, including Ashfield, Buckland, Charlemont, Colrain, Conway, Hawley, Heath, Plainfield, Rowe, and Shelburne, all lining the Mohawk Trail (Route 2) along the Deerfield River in Western Massachusetts.
The region boasts gorgeous scenery in every season; world-class recreational pursuits; and a bounty of farms offering fresh fruits and vegetables, maple syrup, and the best cider in the country.
You’ll also find artist-run galleries, bookstores, music, and theater alongside excellent restaurants, unique shops, and comfortable lodging.
The Village of Shelburne Falls, designated as a Massachusetts Cultural District, hosts a variety of exciting events throughout the year for residents and visitors.
- Learn more about the Cultural District.
- Read about our annual events and town traditions.
- View all upcoming events.
Friday, May 5th, 2017, 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Berkshire East, 66 Thunder Mountain Road, Charlemont, MA 01339
We invite you to join us for a delicious full breakfast buffet at Berkshire East on Saturday, May 5 at 7:30 am for our Spring Breakfast!
The program will include:
Marvin Shippee Community Service Award Announcement
Plus a presentation by Oreste Varela, Springfield Branch Manager, U.S. Small Business Administration
Call 413-625-2526 or email email@example.com to reserve your tickets in advance!
Thank you to our wonderful sponsors!
Saturday, May 13th, 2017
Shelburne Falls, MA
Every Second Saturday
Enjoy our unusual small businesses,
Bring your mother to Shelburne Falls!
Visit these local businesses:
Salmon Falls Gallery (1 Ashfield St): Winter’s Bone: Photographs by Carl Nardiello, reception 4-6pm with music by Al Canali. The exhibit Winter’s Bone by photographer Carl Nardiello is a series of ongoing photographic studies inspired by the forms, color, and light of late fall and winter. When the dominant foliage of summer falls away, fresh layers of landscape reveal themselves. Each day, each shift of weather and wind, creates new contexts. The capture of such images is one of feeling, of intuition, and a precise use of technology. Exhibit runs from May 5 – June 25. (Photo left)
Keystone Market (44 Bridge St): Grab a free cookie for mom at the deli!
Shelburne Arts Cooperative (26 Bridge St): "A World Beneath Our Feet", Rag rugs by Lynda Faye and floor cloths by Joanne Gold are 19th-century crafts brought into the 21st century. The artists experiment with vivid color and bold patterns for these traditional floor coverings, moving them from utilitarian objects to usable art. Reception 2-5 pm with live music and refreshments. (Photo right)
Thank you to our sponsors!