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CiderDays is just around the corner (Friday, November 2-Sunday, November 4) and we need support to help celebrate the oldest gathering in the country of producers and those who appreciate hard cider.

We had such a good time at Unity Park in Turners Falls, right next to the beautiful Connecticut River we decided to return! Our two hundred foot, heated and lighted event tent will once again hold 45+ producers featuring ciders from across the US and Europe.

CiderDays kicks off with a special event on Friday night at Hawks and Reed in downtown Greenfield featuring renowned culinary genius, Johnny Spero of the Columbia Room in DC and owner of Reverie Restaurant. Inspired from time in Basque Country, Johnny will be creating four small plates paired with four perfectly matched ciders. Plus we still have our workshops at the Shelburne Buckland Community Center on Saturday and Sunday tastings at the Deerfield Community Center.

We hope you can support this celebration of Franklin County orchards and agriculture by donating a few hours of your time. Below is a list of events, with dates, times, locations and tasks that need volunteers. Please take a look and let us know. 

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Head to Franklin County and leave life behind for the afternoon or weekend. Take to the rolling hills, lush river valleys, and charming towns of western Massachusetts to unwind. Here are eight transcendent views to start you off.  Read more

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Franklin County sugarhouses are yielding the first taste of spring as the maple sap begins to flow. Whether you kick off spring with breakfast at a sugarhouse or pick up fresh maple products including syrup, candy, spread, or other maple items, there are delicious options awaiting.  Read more

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With Franklin County’s rural landscape featuring more than 75 percent of its acreage in forest and open land, it is no surprise that winter recreation abounds. Whether your destination is a resort or multi-activity facility or a quiet pond, the most rural county in Massachusetts is sure to please. From downhill and cross-country skiing to snowshoeing and snowmobiling, we’ve got your winter adventures covered. Bring your sports equipment and hit one of the many state forest trails, or travel light and check out the full-service options at Berkshire East or Northfield Mountain. Make it a weekend and stay at a cozy inn or rustic cabin and dine out for delicious meals of locally sourced foods and be sure to sample local micro brews, wine, or spirits. Read more

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