Winter Carnival

LOCATION: Events all over the city, all weekend long!

Schedule of Events Brochure(Large file - could take a few moments to download)

Be a part of a tradition that began 100 years ago! Ice Sculpture Contests, Fireworks, Parade of Lights, Glow Party, Family Fun Fest, Donuts with Olaf, Jigsaw Puzzle Contest, Cribbage Tournament, Cardboard Sled Race, K9 Keg Pull, Chili Cook Off, Vintage Snowmobiles, Sledding, Ice Skating, and so much more!

Ice Walk MapIce Sculpture Voting >>  
Parade of Lights Rules and Application  
Window Display Voting >>
Virtual Sleigh Bell Run Online Registration Road Race Official Map Course
Virtual Jigsaw Puzzle Contest Team Online Registration  
Amazing Race Registration  
Cookie Bake-Off Rules and Registration Chili Cook-Off Rules and Registration  
K9 Keg Pull Pre-Registration  
Cardboard Sled Race Pre-Registration  
2022 Winter Carnival Flyer  


We need your help - Volunteer at the Carnival Today!
Volunteer at the Carnival Today!

These Winter Carnival Historic Images courtesy of
the Greenfield Historical Society and the Greenfield Recorder.

Centennial Celebration: A History of the Carnival >>
created by Jonathan Boschen

ICE ON THE MAIN STREET – A Winter Carnival Short Film – GCTV >>

The Centennial Winter Carnival Parade of Lights – GCTV >>


Greenfield Winter Carnival is a long-standing tradition in Greenfield and was a big thing back in the 1920s and 1930s! 100 years ago Greenfield received much more snow than we do now, truly creating a Winter Wonderland with multiple ski jumps and a toboggan chute. The toboggan chute was first constructed on Rocky Mountain in 1921 and in 1922 the Greenfield Outing Club was born. Their mission was to promote Winter Sports in the region. They also helped to construct the Ski Jump on the East Slope of Shelburne Mountain (by the Home Depot plaza) in 1926. After the jump’s collapse, William Graves constructed the ski jump at what is now Abercrombie Field using timbers from the Montague City Bridge that had washed out. Before the days of highways, people flocked from all over and traveled on the Ski Train from Boston to the area for its “unrivaled winter sports center”.

While we do not have all the details on these original Greenfield Winter Carnivals, their legend remains! It is estimated that 5000 spectators attended the 1927 Winter Carnival where two ski jumpers leaped through a flaming hoop off the ski jump after dark. In 1928, Greenfield Winter Carnival hosted the Eastern U.S. Ski Championships on the Shelburne Mountain Ski Jump. The 1928 event hosted by the Outing Club and Greenfield Chamber of Commerce was said to be the biggest and best in New England! In addition to ski jumping, the event also featured “fancy skating”, speed skaters playing hockey on Highland Pond, a cross country ski race, snowshoe & ski hikes, a Carnival Ball at the Armory, a Fireworks Display and band at Beacon Field, and ice sculptures at the common and at private residences.

Enjoy throughout the Weekend

Ongoing – Sledding & Outdoor Ice Skating
Come enjoy the Beacon Sledding Hill and our Ice Rink. Available all winter long! Bring your own sleds or skates.

Ongoing – Virtual 4 Mile Sleigh Bell Run
The 2022 Winter Carnival Sleigh Bell Run is being held virtually! You can complete the Sleigh Bell Run on your own schedule and on either the traditional course route or a 4-mile course of your choice. The cost to participate is $25.
Here’s how it works:
• Register through RunReg to run/walk virtually by February 3rd.
• Choose your route: The official course or your own 4 mile route.
• Complete your run or walk anytime during Winter Carnival Weekend: February 4th-6th.
• Upload your time by 8:00 pm on Sunday, February 6th.
• All participants are encouraged to post photos and videos of their run on RunReg and the Greenfield Winter Carnival Facebook Event Page.
• Check out the results which will be posted on our website the week after.
• The first 25 participants will receive a Winter Carnival T-Shirt.

Find the Golden CarrotOngoing – Find the Golden Carrot
Uh oh! It looks like our Winter Carnival Snowman has lost his nose! We challenge you to find one of the 10 golden carrots in this city-wide scavenger hunt. Will you be able to sniff out their hiding places and restore the snowman’s sense of smell? Once you find a carrot, take a picture with the noseless snowman located outside the Recreation Department building, post the photo to the Facebook event, and leave the carrot along with a paper that includes your name, age, and telephone number in the dropbox.

Ongoing – GBA Winter Carnival Window Displays
Ready to be dazzled? Downtown businesses will showcase their most festive, frosty, and fabulous Winter Carnival window displays throughout the weekend! Vote online for your favorite in the following categories: Winter, Valentine’s Day/Love/Kindness, 100th Anniversary. Vote for your favorite in our online contest by midnight on Saturday, February 12th.

Ongoing – Centennial Celebration Poetry Walk
Enjoy winter themed poetry from the 1920’s along the ice sculpture route in downtown Greenfield. Poems will be posted on February 4th and stay up for the month.

Ongoing – “Trapped Aboard the Winter Carnival Express”
A Winter Carnival Virtual Escape Room, aka Agatha Christie goes steampunk in 1920’s Greenfield! Solve the puzzle and win a prize!! Link to this all ages activity can be found on the Greenfield Public Library’s website: beginning on Friday, February 4th.

Ongoing – In the Little Glass Gallery at Greenfield Public Library
“Greenfield Historical Society’s Miniature Winter Carnival Exhibit” throughout the month of February.

Friday, February 4th Events

Ice Carving All day - Live Ice Carvings Downtown – Artists will be sculpting ice throughout the day in front of our downtown sponsoring businesses. Check out the Ice Walk Map. Vote for your favorite in our online contest by 10:00 am on Sunday, February 6th.

Ice Sculpture Contest Winners

9:00 am-5:00 pm –
Winter Music with Mandy Leah Oliver – Local performers will showcase their talents in downtown Greenfield throughout the day and their music will be livestreamed. Follow their music Instagram to stay on top of where the performances are going to be! IG: MandyLeahOliverMusic

9:30 am-5:00 pm – Take and Make Craft Kits – Stop by the library to pick up take and make kits! Available while supplies last. “Make a Tiny Hat” for school aged children: this kit includes everything you need to craft a miniature winter hat! “Paper Circuits Light Up Ice Castle Card” for ages 10 to 110: this STEAM kit includes a historical photo of the Winter Carnival and all the materials you need to make it light up! Brought to you by PLIX, MIT and Greenfield Public Library

Torch 4:00 pm – Torch Lighting – A celebratory torch provided by Suburban Propane will be lit on City Common to mark the beginning of the 100th Annual Winter Carnival.
5:30-7:00 pm – Warming Fire – Warm up by the fire at Beacon Field. Bring your own marshmallows and hotdogs. Sticks will be provided.

5:30-7:00 pm – Glow Party at Beacon Field – Let it glow, let it glow, let it glow! We will be lighting up Beacon Field with free glow accessories. DJ Jason Antes will provide music for glow in the dark dancing and sledding as you wait for the Parade of Lights to arrive and the Fireworks to begin!
Parade of Lights
6:00 pm – Parade of Lights – Kick-off the festival with displays that will surely light up the night! Decorated vehicles will travel from Newton School, along Main Street, down Federal Street, on to Beacon Street, and ending at Beacon Field. Lighted vehicle entries are needed. Entries will be judged with prizes awarded in multiple categories. Rules and application available here. Whether you are in the parade or just observing, it’s an event you won’t want to miss!

Parade of Lights Winners

6:00 pm-8:00 pm – The Glacier Hideaway at Hawks and Reed – When the Winter Carnival first started, a hundred years ago, bars had to be secret and hidden due to prohibition. Hawks and Reed will bring to life the 1920’s atmosphere with their outdoor Ice Bar Speakeasy. There is no better way to keep a bar out of sight and out of mind then to let it melt away once the party is over. No snitches allowed. The password is Old Sport. Live Dj. Hot Chocolate, Hot ciders, and Special Cocktails. Cocina Lupita will be serving up some warm hearty winter treats. Come thirsty and hungry and leave satisfied!

Glow Show 6:30 pm – LED Glow Show – As part of our Friday night Glow Party, Extraordinary Arts LLC will be entertaining the crowds with their 20 minute LED hoop and Poi Artist performance!

Fireworks 7:00 pm – Fireworks Display – The kick-off continues at Beacon Field for a dazzling Fireworks Display being shot from Poet’s Seat Tower. It’s a display that’s sure to captivate all ages.

No Lens 8:00 pm – No Lens / Whalom Park at the Hawks & Reed Ballroom – No Lens is a funky reggae and folk rock group from Western Mass who spread love and good energy through music! Whalom Park is an aspiring music group from Massachusetts described as ‘funk addicts”. Tickets are available at Hawks & Reed for $10-$15. Doors open at 7 pm.

Saturday, February 5th Events

Family Fun Fest at 20 Sanderson Street
Suggested Donation of $5 per person, $20 per family

Art Exhibit Ongoing – Greenfield Middle School Art Exhibit
Artwork by Greenfield Middle School students will be on display on the Second Floor of the Youth Center. Come admire the artistic talent of our youth.

Snowflake Contest Ongoing – Paper Snowflake
Contest Drop off your homemade paper snowflake during Family Fun Fest or in advance at the Recreation Department to enter. We are looking for that one paper snowflake that stands out above all the others! It can be big...or small...plain…or bedazzled! Be sure to include your name, age, and phone number on the back! Winners will be chosen in multiple age groups. One snowflake per person.

2022 Snowflake WINNERS
– Guillaume, Taggert, and Dahlstrom-Hakki Families
Ages 5-6: Michael Zabek, age 5
Ages 7-9: Amy Van Deien, age 9
Ages 7-9: Charlotte Cooley, age 7
Ages 7-9: Avalyn Hall, age 9
Ages 10-12: Trenton Dandeneau, age 10

Mad Science 10:00 am – Mad Science Show
A exciting and educational winter time show that will have your children guessing, is it magic or is it science?

10:00 am-11:00 am – Free Take Home Activities
Greenfield Public Schools Title I will provide a free take-home winter family activity and game brochure. Enter the drawing to win a World Eye gift certificate.

11:00 am-12:30 pm – Face Painting and Crafts for Kids

11:00 am-12:30 pm – Board Game Social
Greenfield Games will bring fun to the table with new and exciting board games for you to play.

9:30 am-2:00 pm – Take and Make Craft Kits – Stop by the library to pick up take and make kits! Available while supplies last. “Make a Tiny Hat” for school aged children: this kit includes everything you need to craft a miniature winter hat! “Paper Circuits Light Up Ice Castle Card” for ages 10 to 110: this STEAM kit includes a historical photo of the Winter Carnival and all the materials you need to make it light up! Brought to you by PLIX, MIT and Greenfield Public Library

Virtual Jigsaw Puzzle10:00 am – Virtual Jigsaw Puzzle Contest – Assemble your team to compete for the Winter Carnival Piece Prize! This virtual puzzle contest will put your puzzling skills to the test as teams of up to 4 compete to complete a 550 piece puzzle the quickest, all from the comfort of your home via Zoom. Team pre-registration required. Registration fee is $20 and team gets to keep the puzzle.
See complete details below:
• Each team will receive the same puzzle.
• Puzzles will be available for pick-up at the Recreation Department February 1st-3rd from 8:00 am-4:30 pm and will be concealed in plain packaging.
• Absolutely no peeking or opening the exterior package before the start time of the competition. Puzzles must stay in the package until everyone opens them together on the Zoom Screen. Teams who open early or packages that show signs of tampering will be disqualified.
• The Zoom link will be emailed to teams on Thursday, February 3rd. This link may not be shared with others. Please test your computer in advance to ensure your camera and microphone are working properly. During the competition, please ensure your microphone is on mute.
• A maximum of 4 people may work on the puzzle.
• Virtual judges will be monitoring the event and watching as teams get close to finishing. When your team is close to finishing, please raise your hand or send a message in the chat.

2022 Jigsaw Puzzle WINNERS
Jigsaw JAM: Amanda, Jenn, and Marianne – 1 hour 18 minutes 51 seconds

11:45 am-12:30 pm – Mr. Poppers Penguin’s Family Dance Lesson at Dawn’s School of Dance – Learn the Penguin dance with Miss Dawn! All ages and dance levels are welcome. This is a simple but very fun routine that will get you moving and put a smile on everyone’s face. Bring your friends, your siblings, and even your grandparents! You won’t want to miss out on this free hoppin’ and poppin’ dance spectacular!

12:00 pm-6:00 pm – Glacier Hideaway outside Hawks & Reed – Hot Chocolate, Hot ciders, and Special Cocktails, Cocina Lupita will be serving up some warm hearty winter treats. Come thirsty and hungry and leave satisfied!

Cribbage Tournament 1:00 pm – Cribbage Tournament – Give it a go! Is it in the cards that you will end up a peg ahead or will you be skunked? This event is fun for all ages! $15 Registration. Boards and cards provided. Custom Pioneer Valley Wood Art Championship and Runner-up Cribbage Board/Trophies awarded. Held at the John Zon Community Center. Proceeds will benefit the Greenfield Skatepark Project.

2022 Cribbage Tournament WINNERS

Winner: Ciaran Kelahan
Runner-Up: Jim Lapsoritis

1:00 pm-3:00 pm – Beacon Field Blast – Beacon Field is your one stop for field games and fun. There is something for everyone, old and new, big and small. Giant games, obstacle courses, capture the flag, and so much more. Also be sure to bring your snowshoes for a round of snowshoe baseball! The more the merrier, so bring all your family and friends! Pack those dancing shoes too; there will be music by DJ Jason Antes!

3:00 pm – Fatbike Group Ride – Bicycle World will be leading a group ride through the Greenfield Ridge. The ride will depart from Bicycle World, 104 Federal Street at 3:00 pm. Bring your own equipment.

3:00 pm-5:00 pm –
Amazing Race: Winter Carnival Edition – Gather your teammates and get ready for the race of the century! Teams will have two hours to complete epic winter challenges, uncover carnival clues, and solve a variety of Greenfield puzzles. Each answer will get you one step closer to the finish line. Start at Beacon field and end downtown, dress warm, and bring a portable charger. Smart phones and pre-registration are required. One person can represent their team when registering.

2022 Amazing Race WINNERS

1st Place: Mr. Popper's Penguins
2nd Place: Silvanus
3rd Place: Rocket

3:00 pm-6:00 pm – Salsa Saturday at Hawks & Reed – Salsa Saturday inside Hawks & Reed to warm you up at the Winter Carnival. Salsa Lesson 3:30 - 4:30 open dancing 4:30 - 6. Suggested donation $5 - $25.

The Man From Beyond 6:00 pm – The Garden Cinema Presents The Man From Beyond (1922) starring Harry Houdini with accompanist Jeff Rapsis – A man frozen solidly in a casket of ice in the Arctic, is rescued after a hundred years and upon being hewn out of his tomb, picks up the thread of life where it was broken off a century before. $10.00 admission/ $8.50 Seniors/Student/Veterans.

8:00 pm – Soul Magnets – Winter Ball at the Hawks & Reed Ballroom – Soul Magnets is a horn-heavy 9-piece ensemble, playing a mix of old-school, funk and neo-soul originals, deep covers, and dance floor favorites. Tickets are available at Hawks & Reed for $10-$15. Doors open at 7 pm.

Sunday, February 2nd Events

Donuts with Olaf8:00 am-10:00 amAdams Donuts with Olaf – Adams Donuts has generously partnered with the Greenfield Recreation Department to help raise some dough for Winter Carnival! Pre-order your special Half-Dozen Winter Carnival Fancies for $15.00 beginning Monday, January 31st on the Adams Donuts Website: Quantities are limited, so pre-order early. Olaf will be at Adams Donuts on Sunday, February 6th from 8:00 am-10:00 am for Winter Carnival order pick-ups with Olaf delivering the donuts right to your vehicle!

Be My Valentine11:00 am – The Garden Cinema presents a Free Showing of Be My Valentine Charlie Brown – This classic and much-loved Peanuts story centers on the romantic yearnings of that eternally hapless hero, Charlie Brown. As Valentine’s Day approaches, Lucy tries to get Schroeder to give her a card, Sally chases after Linus, and poor Charlie Brown dreams of getting just one valentine. Even Snoopy’s mailbox is stuffed with those red heart-shaped cards-doesn’t ANYONE love Charlie Brown?

12:00 pm – Snowshoeing Trek or Winter Hike – Meet at Highland Pond parking lot at 12:00 pm for a 60-90 minute free guided walk around Rocky Mountain Trails. Bring your own snowshoes!

BEACON FIELD EVENTS – 12:00 pm-4:00 pm

Snowman Village Ongoing – Sledding & Outdoor Ice Skating – Come enjoy the Beacon Sledding Hill and our Ice Rink. Available all winter long! Bring your own sleds or skates.

Ongoing – Snowman Village – Help build our annual snowman community at Beacon Field. Bring your own decorations and design your own snowman. Construct your own member of the Winter Carnival’s Snowman Village.

Ongoing – Snow Sculpture Contest – First come, first claimed for pre-built snow mound (weather permitting) or make your own. Add your own fun accessories. (Food coloring only for colors please – do not use paint). Start as early as you would like. Judging begins at 3:15 pm.

2022 Snow Sculpture WINNERS
– Guillaume, Taggert, and Dahlstrom-Hakki Families

Marshmallow Toasting Ongoing – Warming Fire – Marshmallow Toasting by the warming fire. Sticks and Marshmallows provided.

Ongoing – Music with DJ Jason Antes! – Come enjoy live upbeat music.

Ongoing – Snack Bar – Tasty treats available for purchase!

12:00 pm – Cookie Bake-Off – Enter to win our Cookie Contest. Drop off your favorite cookies to Beacon Field at 12:00 pm. Bring a minimum of 2 dozen cookies per entrant. All cookie types welcome. Please share recipes or ingredients. Categories: Most Original, Best Overall and Best Decorated! Click Here for the official rules and registration!

2022 Cookie Bake-Off WINNERS

Most Original: Dahlstrom-Hakki Family - Heart Jellies - Pan #11
Best Decorated: Caitlin VonSchmidt - Gingerbread - Pan #5
Best Overall: Evelyn Flynn - Chocolate Chips - Pan #10

12:00 pm – Chili Cook-Off – Come sample chili prepared by our local community members who will be competing for bragging rights for “The Best Chili Around”. To enter the Chili contest, please contact the Recreation Department. Click Here for the official rules and registration!.

2022 Chili Cook-Off WINNER
Best Chili Around: Emily Meltzer - Pan #4

Horse Drawn Sleigh Ongoing – Horse Drawn Sleigh or Wagon Rides by Hubbard Farm. $3 Adults, $2 for Kids 2-16 and kids under 2 are free.

SnowmobileOngoing – Vintage Snowmobile Show & Rides – Take a trip down memory lane at the Vintage Snowmobile Show sponsored by The Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts and the Bernardston-Gill-Leyden Snowmobile Club. Stop by and relive snowmobiling from the past to the present. Listen to the stories from seasoned snowmobilers. Learn about riding locally and throughout the state. Vote for your favorite snowmobile in the People’s Choice Competition.

2022 Vintage Snowmobile WINNERS

1st Place People's Choice: Karl Erickson - 1971 Johnson Ski Horse
2nd Place People's Choice: Nick Ruddy - 1980 Scorpion TK
3rd Place People's Choice: Harper Stafford - 1978 Kitty Cat

Activities 12:00 pm-1:00 pm –
Hockey Match: The Franklin County Sheriff's Hockey team will challenge the Greenfield Fire Department at the Beacon Field Outdoor Rink. A “Pond Hockey Rules” style game: 4 on 4 with goal boxes. Come watch the rivalry outside at Beacon.

12:00 pm-2:00 pm –
Vintage Sled Showcase and Ride – Come one, come all, and bring your old fashion sleds and toboggans! For the 100th celebration, we would like to display the sleds from a hundred years ago. Anyone who has an antique luge is invited to come by and show it off. There will be an optional ride following the showcase to relive the glory days.

12:30 pm – Community Wide Tug of War – Gather ‘round for a good old fashion pulling contest!

K9 Keg Pull 1:00 pm – K9 Keg Pull – Run, dance, do whatever it takes to urge your dog across the finish line. Event sponsored by the Friends of the Paws Park, Coldwell Banker, Hitchcock Brewing, and the Greenfield Recreation Department. This event has proved to be great fun with dogs of all shapes and sizes sprinting for glory pulling appropriately sized “kegs” – for a Chihuahua, that’s a beer can, while mighty rotts or shepherds pull full-size kegs (all empty of course). $10 Registration Fee with funds benefiting the Paws Park: Register day of or online in advance. A donation box to the Franklin County Regional Shelter will also be on site. Come watch possibly the most adorable event of the day at Beacon Field. Please be considerate and pick up after your dog.

2022 K9 Keg Pull WINNERS

Top Dog: Harlo – 4.33 seconds
1st Place Can: Orion – 4.40 seconds
2nd Place Can: Yoshi – 6.2 seconds
3rd Place Can: Chompers – 6.73 seconds
1st Place 1/4 Keg: Harlo – 4.33 seconds
2nd Place 1/4 Keg: Emma – 4.60 seconds
3rd Place 1/4 Keg: Windy – 5.47 seconds
1st Place Full Keg: Oni – 5.63 seconds
2nd Place Full Keg (Tie): Crow – 6.76 seconds
2nd Place Full Keg (Tie): Kaylee – 6.76 seconds
Best Dressed: Crow
Best Dressed Runner-Up: Chompers
It Was Ruff, But We Tried: Shadow – 28.18 seconds

1:00 pm – Ice Bowling – Come experience ice bowling on our ice rink! Can you get a strike on ice?

1:30 pm – Broom Ball – Attempt to sweep away your competition in a round of broom ball. No skates needed, only sneakers or boots!

1:30 pm – Cardboard Sled Check In – Check In Cardboard Sled Entries at Sled Check in Station. Save time by pre-registering your sled on-line. Pre-registration available until Wednesday, February 2nd. Click Here to Pre-Register

2:30 pm -- Cardboard Sled Contest – Race your cardboard sled down Beacon Hill! Your creativity is limitless! Just about anything goes!! NOTE: If no snow, bring your sled to the field to be judged on creativity and construction.

The RULES are as follows:
  Sled MUST be made of cardboard. Papier-mâché, tape, glue, and paint are also permitted.
  Sleds may not have plastic wrap, wood or other bottom surface material, or runners (unless cardboard). Tape is ok.
  Parents may help children build their sleds.
  One Entry per person

Cardboard Sleds Prizes will be awarded for the following categories:
Youth – Under 16: Fastest, Most Creative, Zaniest, and Best Crash
Group – 2 or more all ages: Fastest, Most Creative, Zaniest, and Best Crash
Adults – 16 and over (single riders): Fastest and Most Creative
Corporate Challenge: Best Design
Centennial Celebration:
Best use of theme
Overall People’s Choice:
Vote for your favorite at the field

Cardboard Sled Contest Winners

3:45 pm – Awards Ceremony – Announcement of the Ice Carving, Parade of Lights, Cardboard Sled Race, Vintage Snowmobile Show, Cookie Bake-Off, Chili Cook-off, and Snow Sculpture Contest winners.


Winter Carnival Souvenirs
Souvenirs on sale Sunday, February 6th at Beacon Field. Travel Mugs, Winter Carnival Hats, Greenfield Recreation Hoodies, Long and Short Sleeve Winter Carnival Shirts available. Adult and Youth Sizes.

Support Winter Carnival by participating in our Can Raffle!
The raffle will be set-up at different events throughout the weekend. Many fantastic prizes donated by local businesses.
All proceeds help to support Winter Carnival.

Please note, face masks are required for all indoor events per the City of Greenfield Indoor Mask Mandate

Thank you for supporting Winter Carnival.
Events like this are made possible by generous contributions from the community. Donations are still being accepted.


Nor'Easter Sponsors
NorEaster Sponsors

Blizzard Sponsors
Blizzard Sponsors

Snowball Sponsors
Snowball Sponsors

Snowflake Sponsors

Clayton D. Davenport Trucking Inc.
Montague Web Works
Mowry & Schmidt
Olive Street Development
Planet Fitness
Shelburne Falls Coffee Roasters
Design Alternative

Frosty Friends
Andy's & The Oak Shoppe
Big Y
BJ's Wholesale
Cleary Jewelers
Dr. Elizabeth Peterson Chiropractic & Natural Health
Kringle Candle
Magic Wings
RG Penfield
Richardson's Candy Kitchen
Ruggeri Real Estate
Stop & Shop

Ice Sponsors

Summit Ice

Summit Ice
Greenfield Local Cultural Council
Adam & Eve / Swift Cleaners
Franklin Community Co-op
Greenfield Community College
The Greenfield Gallery & Studio 7
Greenfield Savings Bank
Olive Street Development
Ryan & Casey Liquors

A very special thank you to
Greenfield Department of Public Works

Recreation Commission
Donna DuSell, Danica Hochstetler, Jennifer Hoffman, Myrt Jaquay, Mary Phillips, Heather Valenta, Barbara Zaccheo

Director of Recreation - Christy Moore
Assistant Director - Kelly Jenkins
Program Supervisor - Loren Beale

Greenfield Recreation Department
Greenfield Recreation Department
20 Sanderson Street • Greenfield, MA 01301
(413) 772-1553

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