Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association

Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association


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Memorial Hall Museum is one of America's oldest museums. Its collection of furnishings, paintings, textiles, and Indian artifacts is said to be ''the finest collection of local antiquities in New England.'' Nineteen rooms of art, history, and culture include new 2017 exhibits: ''Astronomy, Geology, and Dino Tracks! Oh my!--Edward and Orra Hitchcock and Early Natural Sciences'' created in conjunction with a forthcoming website (prevew at www.dinotracksdiscovery.org) and ''Contemporary Native Beadwork'' from the collection of Gerry Biron.


Memorial Hall Museum: 19 rooms of art, history, and culture
Hadley chest, newly installed in the Music Room
Edward and Orra Hitchcock, by Monica Vachula, part of new exhibit and website
Discover the history of dinosaur tracks in the valley: www.dinotracksdiscovery.org
Contemporary Native Beadwork from the collection of Gerry Biron
Kanien'kehaka Mohawk shot pouch
Deerfield Society of Blue & White Needlework
Cornelius Kelley, wrought iron
Bangwell Putt, in "Relics & Curiosities" exhibit
Exhibit focused on Deerfield's agrucultural history
“Our Chamber membership is one of the important ways that we place value on our relationships with other business owners and with our community. “ Bruce Lessels, Zoar Outdoor
“Chamber membership helps keep my staff in contact with the local business community through their seminars and events.” – Michael Tucker, Greenfield Cooperative Bank
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