October 15th – October 21st

The Valley Nerd Watch!


Register to Vote! Register to Vote! Register to VOTE! THEN VOTE FOR THE LOVE OF HELL!

Vote yes on question 3! It’s incredibly important!

Have you checked out the extremely neat Puzzled Escape Games [116 Pleasant St #141, Easthampton, MA 01027]? It’s a bunch of fun, and they have a new special Halloween thing!

BE AFRAID, BE VERY AFRAID, IT’S HALLOWEEN AT PUZZLED ESCAPE GAMES, AND WE HAVE A BRAND NEW ADVENTURE FOR THE SEASON OF SCARES. IF YOU HAVE THE GUTS, IF YOU HAVE THE BRAINS,  IF YOU HAVE THE CHUTZPAH, COME PLAY…

In 1926, A NOTORIOUS FREAK SHOW MADE AN UNFORTUNATE STOP IN OLD TOWN, MA TO PERFORM FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY. BEFORE THEY COULD SET FOOT ON STAGE, THEY WERE BRUTALLY MURDERED AND LEFT ON DISPLAY.

IT IS UP TO YOU TO PAY TRIBUTE TO THOSE GREAT PERFORMERS AND FINISH THEIR ACTS. THERE IS A CATCH OF COURSE… FAIL AND YOU WILL REMAIN TRAPPED IN THE HAUNTED TENT FOR ETERNITY.

Let us know if you get trapped forever! It’s wild that this place is allowed to operate, it seems so dangerous.

Go check out the Valley Creators page! As always, be sure to check out our Patreon and the Weekly Events page! There are a lot of fun things happening this and every week! And don’t forget to check out the updated Book Clubs List!

THIS WEEK


Art:

Tuesday, October 16th
Smith College Museum of Art [20 Elm St, Northampton, MA 01063] at 12:15 PM to 1:00 PM
Gallery Talk: Curator’s Tour
“Join Melissa Hyde for a close-up look at the images and themes of the special exhibition Becoming a Woman in the Age of Enlightenment. Dr. Hyde is Professor of Art History, Distinguished Teaching Scholar and University of Florida Research Foundation Professor. Her research and publications focus on gender and visual culture in 18th-century France.”
Smith College Museum of Art [20 Elm St, Northampton, MA 01063] at 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Lecture: Women Artists in the Age of Enlightenment
“In conjunction with the special exhibition Becoming a Woman in the Age of Enlightenment, Melissa Hyde, Professor of Art History and Director of Graduate Studies at the University of Florida, explores how women artists reached unprecedented success in 18th-century France. “
Wednesday, October 17th
Forbes Library [20 West St, Northampton, MA 01060] at 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Our Work and Why We Do It: Arch Optimism
“Our Work and Why We Do It is the Forbes Library’s Writer in Residence reading series. This series is interested in exploring the ways in which the written word may create and sustain social worlds through inquiry, practice, experimentation, story and lyric.”
Thursday, October 18th
Smith College Museum of Art [20 Elm St, Northampton, MA 01063] at 10:15 AM to 11:00 AM
art babes @ scma: Becoming a Child
“In October, explore images of children in the special exhibition Becoming a Woman in the Age of Enlightenment: French Art from the Horvitz Collection, as well as in paintings and sculptures in SCMA’s own collection. Plus, make your own Jumping Jack toy to take home!”
Friday, October 19th
Mead Art Museum [41 Quadrangle Dr, Amherst, MA 01002] at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Fragmented Identities: The Gendered Roles of Women in Art Through the Ages Gallery Talk with Miloslava Hruba
“This exhibition presents works from a variety of time periods and media to examine the ways in which women have been depicted across the globe. Join us for a gallery talk with European print specialist and study room manager Mila Hruba to learn how these portrayals of women can pigeonhole their subjects into gendered roles, and in other cases challenge social constructs. This event is free and open to all!” Learning more about art is always useful!
Saturday, October 20th
Mead Art Museum [41 Quadrangle Dr, Amherst, MA 01002] at 1:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Close Looks at the Mead
“Stop by the Mead to find new connections among works on view with student museum educators. Each week we’ll focus on different themes, so feel free to keep coming back for more and check our website and Facebook page for weekly themes. Free and open to all!” Just put them on the danged actual website, Facebook for goodness sake.
Smith College Museum of Art [20 Elm St, Northampton, MA 01063] at 10:15 AM to 11:00 AM
art babes @ scma: Becoming a Child
“In October, explore images of children in the special exhibition Becoming a Woman in the Age of Enlightenment: French Art from the Horvitz Collection, as well as in paintings and sculptures in SCMA’s own collection. Plus, make your own Jumping Jack toy to take home!”
Sunday, October 21st
The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art [125 West Bay Rd., Amherst, MA 01002] at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Our Voice: Gallery Talk with Ekua Holmes, Gordon C. James, and Jerry Pinkney
“Book signing to follow program. Can’t make it to the event? You may reserve signed books online or contact The Carle Bookshop at shop@carlemuseum.org.”

Board Games:

Friday, October 19th
Prodigy Minigolf & Gameroom [Eastworks, 116 Pleasant St, Easthampton MA] at 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Local Game Developer Night
“Prodigy holds a monthly night for local game developers to come and show off their new or old creations. The public can come and try out new games and give needed feedback to developers attempting to make great games! If you are a developer and are interested in participating in this event, please let us know. All developers pay a $5 table fee for displaying their game. All others pay the regular $12 Friday admission price for the full gameroom.”
Saturday, October 20th
Palmer Public Library [1455 N Main St, Palmer, MA 01069] at 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Palmer Scholastic Chess Tournament
There are four sections: K-3, 4-6, 7-9, and 10-12. It’s a 4-round Swiss System and there are trophies for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Entry is free!

Books:

Monday, October 15th
Odyssey Bookshop [9 College St, South Hadley, MA 01075] at 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Micah Perks, True Love and Other Dreams of Miraculous Escape
“Magical and funny, profound and seductive, the linked stories in True Love and Other Dreams of Miraculous Escape explore the life-bending power of love. In these interwoven lives, ardent desire meets a keen sense of reality deep in the heart of progressive California.”
Tuesday, October 16th
Greenfield Public Library [402 Main St, Greenfield, MA 01301] at 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Children’s Book Writers Group
Adults who write for children are invited to a critique group! Speak to other people about your work, and trade opportunities for development as well as writing and publishing tips. You can also read and discuss stories with other members! For more info call the library at 413-772-1544!
New York Room [Mount Holyoke College South Hadley, MA 01075] at 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Jennifer Baker, Alexander Chee, and Nelly Rosario, Everyday People: The Color of Life
“Everyday People is a thoughtfully curated anthology of short stories that presents new and renowned work by established and emerging writers of color. It illustrates the dynamics of character and culture that reflect familial strife, political conflict, and personal turmoil through an array of stories that reveal the depth of the human experience.”
Wednesday, October 17th
Odyssey Bookshop [9 College St, South Hadley, MA 01075] at 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
B.A. Shapiro, The Collector’s Apprentice
“It’s the summer of 1922, and nineteen-year-old Paulien Mertens finds herself in Paris–broke, disowned, and completely alone. Everyone in Belgium, including her own family, believes she stole millions in a sophisticated con game perpetrated by her then-fiance, George Everard. To protect herself from the law and the wrath of those who lost everything, she creates a new identity, a Frenchwoman named Vivienne Gregsby, and sets out to recover her father’s art collection, prove her innocence–and exact revenge on George.”
Forbes Library [20 West St, Northampton, MA 01060] at 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
SCBWI (Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators) Writing Critique Group
Writers of picture books, middle grade, and YA books meet to read and get some feedback! The group is facilitated by following SCBWI guidelines but you don’t have to be a member to participate. Learn to write better and also meet some colleagues!
Thursday, October 18th
Mills Theatre, Carr Hall [Bay Path University Longmeadow, MA 01106] at 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
An Evening with Author Robert Fieseler at Bay Path University
“In this free presentation open to the public, Robert Fieseler will delve into the shocking tragedy as well as the research and production process behind his book Tinderbox. An essential work of American civil rights history, Fieseler’s Tinderbox mesmerizingly reconstructs the 1973 arson fire that devastated New Orleans’ subterranean gay community in what was the largest mass murder of gays until 2016. Buried for decades, the Up Stairs Lounge fire has only recently emerged as a catalyzing event of the gay liberation movement.”
Saturday, October 20th
Sunderland Public Library [20 School St., Sunderland, MA 01375] at 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Book & Bake Sale
Between 1pm and 3pm you can get a grocery-sized bag of books for $7! Baked goods! Booked goods! What else do you need?

Card Games:

Monday, October 15th
Off The Wall Games [41 Russell St, Hadley, MA 01035] at 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Monday Night Modern
“$5 entrance. 4 rounds. 4-0 $20 credit. 3-0-1 $15 credit. 3-1 $10 credit. 2-0-2 $5 credit. Rounds and prize support may subject to change based on attendance.”
Tuesday, October 16th
Off The Wall Games [41 Russell St, Hadley, MA 01035] at 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Tuesday Summer Pauper
“$5 Entrance. Ban list and common rarity used is the MTGO list. Full rules can be found here on the mothership: https://magic.wizards.com/en/game-info/gameplay/formats/pauper. Prizes very based on the number or rounds”
Thursday, October 18th
Off The Wall Games [41 Russell St, Hadley, MA 01035] at 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM
Thursday Booster Draft
“$13 Entrance. 3 rounds. 3-0 $19.50 credit or 6 packs. 2-0-1 $13 credit or 4 packs. 2-1 $6 credit or 2 packs. Keep what you draft! Rounds and prize support may subject to change based on attendance”
Friday, October 19th
Off The Wall Games [41 Russell St, Hadley, MA 01035] at 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Friday Night Magic
“$5 Entrance. 4 rounds. 4-0 $20 credit. 3-0-1 $15 credit. 3-1 $10 credit. 2-0-2 $5 credit. Rounds and prize support may subject to change based on attendance.”

Community:

Monday, October 15th
Greenfield Public Library [402 Main St, Greenfield, MA 01301] at 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Transportation Justice
Discuss and advocate for better regional public transit! A worthwhile endeavor indeed. Everyone needs an easy way to get from here to there and back again!
Thursday, October 18th
Forbes Library [20 West St, Northampton, MA 01060] at 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Cookies with a Curator
“October’s topic is Charles Cutter, First Librarian of Forbes Library and his classification system”

Entertainment:

Monday, October 15th
Greenfield Public Library [402 Main St, Greenfield, MA 01301] at 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Movie Sing-a-long
Sing along to a film! We’re assuming that you sing along to a film with songs in it, but it’s possible folks just want to hang out and hum along to the theme music for Avengers.
Tuesday, October 16th
Springfield Symphony Hall [34 Court St, Springfield, MA 01103] at 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
The Future of Diplomacy
“A distinguished career diplomat who served under both Democratic and Republican Presidents, Nicholas Burns offers a bipartisan view of foreign and security affairs and global trends in the 21st century.”
Saturday, October 20th
Forbes Library [20 West St, Northampton, MA 01060] at 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
My Summer with Bears in Alaska
“Presenter Stacey Schmeidel was privileged to volunteer for the National Park Service at Katmai National Park for six weeks this summer. She’ll talk about her experiences as a volunteer — living in camp, shipping in food, traveling to bush Alaska. More importantly, she’ll also talk about the bears of Brooks Falls!”
Sunday, October 21st
Yiddish Book Center [1021 West St., Amherst MA 01002] at 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Community Open House
Free and open to the public, a whole day’s worth of events! All Day | EXHIBIT OPENING | Lost Synagogues of Europe! 11 a.m. | TALK | The Lodz Masterpieces: 3 Jewish Women’s Art Books Revealed, with David Mazower! 11 a.m.-1 p.m. | Demonstrations in the Center’s reproduction Yiddish print shop! 12 p.m. | Tour the world’s first Yiddish museum! 1 p.m. | Conversation! 2 p.m. | CONCERT | Zisl Slepovitch Trio & Sasha Lurje! So much to do all day long!

History:

Monday, October 15th
Holyoke Public Library [250 Chestnut St, Holyoke, MA 01040] at 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Liberty’s War An Engineer’s Memoir of the Merchant Marine, 1942-1945
“Will Melton, who edited and helped research Liberty’s War (2017), will bring an engaging presentation based on his father’s memories and primary source materials, followed by a Q & A.”
Wednesday, October 17th
Historic Northampton [46 Bridge Street, Northampton, MA 01060-2406] at 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
A Witch in Paradise by Kathy-Ann Becker
“Kathy-Ann Becker, author of Silencing the Women: The Witch Trials of Mary Bliss Parsons, will speak at Historic Northampton on Wednesday, October 17th at 7 pm. A slide-show enhanced story of the so-called “Witch of Northampton,” Mary Bliss Parsons, will be presented on the very grounds where Cornet Joseph and Mary Bliss Parsons made their early wilderness home in the 1650s. “
Thursday, October 18th
Historic Deerfield [80 Old Main St, Deerfield, MA 01342] at 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
The Dirt on Deerfield: Historical Archaeology on Old Main Street
“Join Claire Carlson, Education Program Coordinator, for this free lecture that will explore the historical archaeology of Old Main Street in Deerfield.” Oddly enough they’ve found a crystalline pyramid on Old Main Street. It was small a year ago but it has been growing at a distressing pace. Soon Deerfield will be nothing before this strange structure.
Saturday, October 20th
Historic Northampton [46 Bridge Street, Northampton, MA 01060-2406] at 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
“Chaotic Freedom” in Civil War Louisiana: The Origins of an Iconic Image by Bruce Laurie
“In 1863, Northampton newspaper publisher Henry S. Gere (Hampshire Gazette) and Northfield currier and carpenter Marshall S. Stearns served together in the Union army in Baton Rouge.” Learn more about how they worked to bring the image of an enslaved man’s scars to a national audience in the Harper’s Weekly magazine to drive home the brutality of slavery to a distant audience.
Sunday, October 21st
The David Ruggles Center [225 Nonotuck St, Northampton, MA 01062] at 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Walking Tour: Northampton Underground Railroad East
“Meet at Forbes Library. Includes West Street, South Street, and Main Street.”

Kids:

Monday, October 15th
Forbes Library [20 West St, Northampton, MA 01060] at 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Minecraft Club
Minecraft with friends at Forbes! Sign up in advance at the Children’s desk or by calling 587-1010. We think the kids have moved on to making Fortnite the thing that literally every child spends all their time playing but Minecraft is probably a more thorough creative outlet.
Tuesday, October 16th
Forbes Library [20 West St, Northampton, MA 01060] at 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
LEGO Club
Ages 5 and up can enjoy an afternoon playing with LEGOs!
Thursday, October 18th
Westfield Athenaeum [6 Elm St, Westfield, MA 01085] at 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Booksworms
“Kids in grades 1 & 2 are invited to join us to read the monthly book together then have some fun with activities based on the book. The first 10 people to register will get a free copy of the book to keep! Sponsored by the Friends of the Westfield Athenaeum. Registration is required and space is limited.”
Friday, October 19th
Sunderland Public Library [20 School St., Sunderland, MA 01375] at 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Story Time with Fire Fighter Meaghan Ahearn
Join Fire Fighter Meaghan Ahearn from the Sunderland Fire Department for a special Fire Prevention Story Time! Children can share stories with her and see a real fire truck!
Saturday, October 20th
Holyoke Public Library [250 Chestnut St, Holyoke, MA 01040] at 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Howlarious Halloween Show with Mary Jo Maichack
“The Holyoke Public Library will host storyteller and singer Mary Jo Maichack in a captivating program of ghost stories, songs & jokes for families, especially for children aged 5 and older (siblings who can attend quietly are welcome with caregivers). “Howlarious Halloween is a spooky & silly show.” Spooky and silly, and almost 100% guaranteed that no ghosts will attack!
Greenfield Public Library [402 Main St, Greenfield, MA 01301] at 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Raina Telgemeir Fan Club
Grades 4-7 are welcome to come hang out and talk about the extremely excellent work of graphic novelist Raina Telgemeier! She’s so good. Discuss your favorites with fellow fans, and make a craft! Just drop by, no registration necessary!

Movies:

Tuesday, October 16th
Jones Library [43 Amity St., Amherst, MA 01002] at 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Frankenstein Film Fest: Bride of Frankenstein
“In this 1935 film, a masterful sequel to the 1931 classic, the mad scientist is persuaded to create a mate for his creature to help fabricate a new race, but all doesn’t go as planned. This film is not rated.” Do they expect it to be rated soon? It’s been 83 years!
Wednesday, October 17th
Holyoke Public Library [250 Chestnut St, Holyoke, MA 01040] at 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Hocus Pocus Movie Screening
A 1993 Disney Halloween classic! Three witches come back to life to wreak havoc but in a funny way. It’s weird in that classic Disney Teen Movie way, and remains fun for all ages! Selected by The Teen Movie Choosing Committee (a very official committee)!
Thursday, October 18th
Smith College Museum of Art [20 Elm St, Northampton, MA 01063] at 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Film: Belle (2013)
“This British period drama is inspired by an 18th-century portrait (below) of Dido Elizabeth Belle Lindsay (1761-1804) and her cousin Lady Elizabeth Murray. The film imagines Belle’s young life in British society. Dido (Belle) was born into slavery in the British West Indies to an enslaved African woman, Maria Belle, and Captain Sir John Lindsay. Lindsay returned to the United Kingdom with his young daughter who was raised as a free gentlewoman by her great uncle, Lord Chief Justice William Murray. Murray is credited with advancing the end of official slavery in Britain.”
Saturday, October 20th
Jones Library [43 Amity St., Amherst, MA 01002] at 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Family Movie Matinee: Frankenweenie (PG)
“Free family movie! Join us for the adventures of Victor and his beloved undead pet dog, Sparky.”

Science:

Wednesday, October 17th
Westfield Athenaeum [6 Elm St, Westfield, MA 01085] at 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Speaker Series – Discover the Birds of Costa Rica with Peter Christoph
“Have you ever wondered why over 600 birds call Costa Rica their home year round? Due to its diverse topography, this tropical nation contains several life zones supporting a wide variety of birds, from tiny iridescent hummingbirds to colorful toucans. Discover Costa Rica’s national treasures with a top wildlife photographer as he travels by boat through mangrove swamps and wetlands, and hikes into lush rainforests on the side of a volcano in search of wildlife.”
Jones Library [43 Amity St., Amherst, MA 01002] at 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Less Than Human? Perceptions of Immigrants, Refugees, and Muslims
“Join Critical Connections as Professors Linda Tropp (UMass Amherst) and Emile Bruneau (UPenn) discuss groundbreaking social science research around dehumanization of immigrants and other minority groups and its policy implications. Free and open to the public.” After-hours event! Please use back garden entrance!

Technology:

Tuesday, October 16th
Click Workspace [9.5 Market St., Northampton MA] at 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Avoiding bespoke schedulers with AWS Step Functions – Monthly Full Stack Meetup
“At tonight’s talk, we will discuss why one should avoid writing their own scheduling system with the same fervent trepidation employed when glancing over the guardrail while on tour at a water treatment plant. A useful tool for complex scheduling is AWS StepFunctions, which allows both short-term and long-term scheduling that is simple to kickoff, features a straightforward DSL to express dependencies and contingencies, and doesn’t require any server management. Presenting this will be Andrew Hannon, an accomplished DIY scheduler sufferer. He currently works as VP of Engineering at Valt, Inc (valt.io), where he doesn’t have to pour through 1000s of lines of code looking for the bug in the bespoke constraint module of the scheduling system.”
Common Media [84 Russell St., Hadley, MA] at 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Hack for Western Mass
“We are changing this meetup to 10/16 due to scheduling constraints at Common Media. Generally we meet on the second Tuesday of the month. This month we will be working on a new WordPress project for the Miracle League of Western Mass, a Drupal/Backdrop project with BLM, and taking a look at a new Ruby/Rails project with Lighthouse Holyoke. After quick updates on our ongoing projects, we’ll discuss upcoming projects and then get hacking to make a difference in our communities. Dinner and drinks are on us!”
Thursday, October 18th
Northampton Community TV [380 Elm St., Northampton, MA] at 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Western Mass WordPress – Gutenberg Edition
This one’s going to focus on: “Mastering Gutenberg – The new WYSIWYG editor for WordPress has arrived in WordPress 4.9.8 and will be the default in WordPress 5.0.0 expected later this year. Gutenberg is arguably the biggest change to WordPress in years. John will walk us through using the new block-oriented editor and provide advice for managing your legacy content.” along with the standard projects and solutions talk! Get better at WordPress!

Teens:

Tuesday, October 16th
Palmer Public Library [1455 N Main St, Palmer, MA 01069] at 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Teen Writer’s Circle
“Write creatively using prompts or your own ideas! Share your work and get feedback from your peers! Intended for ages 14-18 and folks who would like to write a lot! Any questions? Contact Bridget in Young Adult Services at bkennedy@palmer.lib.ma.us!”
Thursday, October 18th
Gandara Youth Development Center [306 Race St., Holyoke, MA] at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Radioplasma Recording Studio Sessions
Meet in the Teen Room to walk as a group to the Radioplasma Recording Studio to get some hands on experience with journalism, storytelling, and sound mixing! SOUNDS cool! Get it? See that? Nice.
Saturday, October 20th
Holyoke Public Library [250 Chestnut St, Holyoke, MA 01040] at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Pumpkin Painting for Teens
Paint a pumpkin! The simple, less mess way to make a pumpkin look like a grinning severed head.
Westfield Athenaeum [6 Elm St, Westfield, MA 01085] at 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Tweens and Teens Writing Workshop
“Spend time writing, relaxing, and sharing with the group. Professor Leah Nielsen is back and encouraging young writers to improve their skills. For students in grades 5-12 Please register by contacting oeberli@westath.org!”
Westfield Athenaeum [6 Elm St, Westfield, MA 01085] at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Make Your Own App
“Want to learn how to make Apps? Learn how to code with App Inventor, a free online tool that makes it easy to create your own apps. At this workshop we will build an app to take photos and doodle on them. Take a photo or download one, write or draw on it, and share your edited photo with your family and friends! Laptops and tablets will be provided. This event is run by Holyoke Codes. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library and the Shurtleff Foundation.”

Video Games:

Tuesday, October 16th
Prodigy Minigolf & Gameroom [Eastworks, 116 Pleasant St, Easthampton MA] at 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Tuesday Night Smash League – Super Smash Bros Melee
Ah, the best Smash Bros we assume because it’s the one we hear most about! Signup starts at 7pm, matches start at 8pm, double-elimination bracket and it’s $10 to enter. You can win money! Spectators also have to pay $10 so frankly it seems like you should not be a spectator, because why not just play the danged game maybe you’ll find out you’re a natrual. Ages 13+! Try beating people exclusively with Yoshi if you want everyone to feel very annoyed.
Saturday, October 20th
MYsTERY LOCATION at 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Super Mario Party
“We have had Nintendo meetups in the past and had a lot of fun so we’re doing it again. [OPTIONAL TO BRING snacks…but…PLEASE NO SUGAR OR GLUTEN]. If you’d like to bring additional multiplayer games or consoles (I have another TV) feel free.” Check out Pioneer Valley Geeks and Gamers and give them a ring if you’d like to join the Meetup! https://www.meetup.com/thepvg/events/255277657/

 

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