First Friday Greenfield will return in 2016 starting in May, thanks to the generosity of our excellent sponsors: Berkshire Gas, FITZGERALD Real Estate, Greenfield Co-operative Bank, Greenfield Savings Bank, the Mass Cultural Council, and Sandri Companies.
If you'd like to find out more about being involved in this year's First Friday events, please email us!
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We're looking for SummerFest participants!
It may seem like July is a million years away but we're already planning for this year's SummerFest, which will take place in downtown Greenfield on July 15 & 16. We're looking for vendors, food trucks, performers, non-profit organizations, and anyone else who might make our event even better than in previous years.
If you're a downtown Greenfield business that is interested in finding out more info, click here for the info & registration packet.
If you're an outside vendor, business, performer, artist, or anyone else who like to find out about participating, look at the SummerFest info & registration packet here.
If you have questions that aren't answered in the packet or you have difficulty downloading a form, please email us for more information.
Help us make this year's SummerFest the best one ever!
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Surrounded by the foothills of the Berkshires at the convergence of the Green, Deerfield and Connecticut Rivers, Greenfield, Massachusetts, is blessed with natural beauty, a vibrant downtown and an engaged community. We are easy to reach by car: Interstate-91 and Route 2 meet in Greenfield. Boston is just 2½ hours east and New York City lies 3 hours to the south. Greenfield, the county seat of Franklin County, is rich in history. It’s now undergoing a renaissance as several of its beautiful downtown brick buildings are being adapted for modern use, many using green technology such as geothermal heating and cooling and rooftop solar arrays.
Greenfield offers exciting opportunities for outdoor recreation, unique shopping (including one of the only independently owned department stores in the nation), fabulous art and entertainment and great dining and lodging.
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