‘Full Disclosure Festival’ — the particulars

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    Sofia McNerney, of Shutesbury, from left, Janet Henderson, of Noew Salem, and Zoe Young, of Sudbury, rehearse May 26 at Grace Church Parish Hall in Amherst for "The Water Project," a folk opera they will perform at the Full Disclosure festival. JERREY ROBERTS

Published: 6/8/2016 6:21:56 PM

Amy Johnquest: Greenfield Cinema Window, 361 Main St.

Samantha Wood: 170 Main St.

John Bechtold’s “Past is Prologue”: To sign up for Friday, visit bit.ly/25LQpRI. To sign up for Saturday, visit bit.ly/25LQ7KA.

Kate Hunter: First National Bank, Bank Row

Rachael Katz: 229 Main St.

Emma Ayres’ “The Water Project”: Artsblock, fourth floor, 289 Main St., at 8 p.m.

Poetry with Hildred Crill, Lori Holmes Clark and friends, MainStage, Artsblock, 289 Main St., at 5 p.m.

Terry Jenoure: Studio Seven, second floor, 229 Main St., at 6:45 p.m.

Lindel Hart’s “Secret History Booth”: GCTV window, 393 Main St. To sign up for a slot, visit www.eventbrite.com/e/secret-history-booth-saturday-june-11-2016-tickets-25814675389.

Sculpture of Mnemosyne with memories of the elders and the Quabbin in the Wheelhouse, 289 Main St., Melinda McCreven

Community Sustainability: What Our Community is Doing, 220 Main St. Organizations and activities include Greening Greenfield; Rights of Nature; Green River Clean-Up & Connecticut River Watershed Council’s Source To Sea; Greenfield Tree Committee; and others. Stop by and share your thoughts on what community sustainability is all about.




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