We got great news this week, our mom is going to get a Covid vaccine this month! Jeez is this just… a hell of a time to be in the US. We hope you’re all doing alright out there. We’re really looking forward to seeing our dear mom, she’s very nice! Are you in need […]Read More March 1st – 7th
The big event this weekend is the Authors and Artists Virtual Festival 2021: Honoring Nature at the Greenfield Public Library! It runs from Saturday at 11AM until Sunday at 11AM!Read More February 22nd – 28th
First up, the big thing this week is NERD Summit 2021!
Read More February 15th – 21st
In 2021 we will be virtual again, but are changing the format.
Friday (3/19) will be a normal day of sessions – presentations given by speakers.
Saturday (3/20) will be open discussion sessions, which are commonly called “BOFs” ( Birds of a Feather), people coming together to discuss a topic of interest. These meetings will have a leader who will structure the discussion with 3 or so discussion questions around the topic to be discussed.
Sunday (3/21) will be a Training Day – an opportunity for people to come together and learn from each other. More info coming soon.
Monday from 8PM – 10PM you can hang out with the Far Out Film Discussion via Zoom! This week they’re talking about The Juniper Tree which stars Bjork so you know it’s very far out there, extremely far.Read More January 18th – 24th
Are you in need of help of any sort? Speak with Mass Support! They’re here to help, and they’re doing a lot of stuff virtually this year. You can also just get in touch via MASSSUPPORT@RIVERSIDECC.ORG or 888-215-4920.Read More January 11th – 17th
Happy new year! It’s still basically the same because of how time actually works, but hey let’s take each day this year as an opportunity to make things less shitty than they were in 2020.Read More January 4th – 10th
COVID is significantly worse now than it was earlier in the year when you were probably feeling more anxious. Do not travel to meet friends or family in person for a Thanksgiving dinner this year. Just don’t. Please.Read More November 16th – 22nd
Make a plan to vote! You can request a ballot and register easily in MA. Everyone in MA can get a mail-in/absentee/whatever you want to call it ballot AND if you’re nervous about how the USPS is getting fucked around with, you can drop it off early! You can find more information here: https://www.wgbh.org/news/politics/2020/07/30/13-questions-about-voting-by-mail-in-massachusetts-answered!Read More August 31st – September 6th
Please remain the exact same amount of cautious, because there’s still a pandemic raging. Don’t do things that aren’t necessary. Don’t go out to a crowded bar or restaurant. Keep your excursions to the necessary stuff like picking up food. If you can work from home, keep working from home. Wear a mask whenever you’re going out. We understand that a lot of people don’t have a choice about how exposed they are. People need to work to survive. It’s because of that if you DO have the option, you need to do your part to reduce risks as much as possible.Read More May 25th – 31st