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  • A book of family recipes, now on display at Williamsburg's Meekins Library, is part of an exhibit called "Whats Cooking In Burgy," that provides a community history from the perspective of the food enjoyed by past and present generations .<br/>FRAN RYAN

    A book of family recipes, now on display at Williamsburg's Meekins Library, is part of an exhibit called "Whats Cooking In Burgy," that provides a community history from the perspective of the food enjoyed by past and present generations .
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  • A book of family recipes, now on display at Williamsburg's Meekins Library, is part of an exhibit called "What's Cooking in Burgy" that provides a community history from the perspective of the food enjoyed by past and present generations.<br/>FRAN RYAN

    A book of family recipes, now on display at Williamsburg's Meekins Library, is part of an exhibit called "What's Cooking in Burgy" that provides a community history from the perspective of the food enjoyed by past and present generations.
    FRAN RYAN Purchase photo reprints »

  • A book of family recipes, now on display at Williamsburg's Meekins Library, is part of an exhibit called "Whats Cooking In Burgy," that provides a community history from the perspective of the food enjoyed by past and present generations .<br/>FRAN RYAN
  • A book of family recipes, now on display at Williamsburg's Meekins Library, is part of an exhibit called "What's Cooking in Burgy" that provides a community history from the perspective of the food enjoyed by past and present generations.<br/>FRAN RYAN

Easthampton

RAG SHAG PARADE: The Annual Rag Shag Parade will take place Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., starting at Maple Street School. The costume parade will march from there to the Williston Quadrangle on Park Street, where kids can receive goodies. Rain date is Thursday. Information: Easthampton Parks and Recreation Department at 529-1440.

TRIVIA NIGHT BENEFIT: There will be a Trivia Night Benefit on Oct. 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the Pulaski Club, 79 Maple St. Proceeds will benefit the St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee Scholarship Fund. Teams of up to 10 at $10 per person. Reserve a table ASAP by calling Mike, 563-8317, Dan, 617-838-3781 or Nancy, 695-1945.

Goshen

COMMUNITY FORUM: The Goshen Senior Housing Planning Community Forum will take place on Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Goshen Town Hall. The public is urged to attend to learn about progress made on the Goshen Senior Housing Planning Project and to give input on issues, such as site selection and housing unit design. Refreshments will be served. Information, call Laura Baker at 268-0064.

Granby

FLU CLINIC: The Granby Board of Health will hold a flu clinic on Thursday at the Public Safety Complex at 259 East State St. The clinic, from 3 to 6 p.m., is for Granby residents, 19 years and older. There will be a $2 fee for administration of the shot.

Pelham

A GEOLOGICAL HISTORY OF PELHAM: Mount Holyoke College Professor of Geology Steve Dunn will present a talk on Saturday at 10 a.m., then guide a field trip at 11 a.m. to old quarries and an asbestos mine. The event starts at the Community Center of Pelham, 2 South Valley Road. For information, call Bruce Klotz at 253-1601 or email programs@pelhamhs.org.

South Hadley

MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY: The South Hadley Falls Neighborhood Association is organizing a community cleanup on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Volunteers will meet at the parking lot across from the Egg & I and proceed to designated locations, including Beachgrounds Park, School Lane, parking lots and and elsewhere. Volunteers should bring work gloves, rakes, clippers, etc. if available. Light food and refreshments will be available for all volunteers. For information and to RSVP, email falls.neighbors@gmail.com or call 437-0405.

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