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Monday, December 31
 

12:00pm

Paintbox Theatre: Tarzan
Is he really the king of the jungle? Not even close. Tarzan is a friend to all of the youngsters of the true, wild beasts. He teaches the little ones how to swim, and climb, and to avoid danger. So when Tarzan wants to brag, shout, and fly through the jungle, the older ones just play along.


Monday December 31, 2018 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Theatre 14 at Smith College 122 Green Street, Northampton, MA, USA

12:00pm

SHOW Circus Studio presents: Shipwrecked!
Pirates and Mermaids and Sharks, oh my!

SHOW Circus Studio invites you to join us to for our annual celebration of the New Year. Our intrepid captain and her first mate run across all manner of sea creatures as they sail the seven seas. Starfish, pirates, jellyfish, crabs and sailors will entertain you with amazing circus performances including partner acrobatics, aerial rope, hand balancing, stilt dancing, partner trapeze and more! Performances by SHOW Circus Studio’s Youth Performance Troupe and teachers are fun for the whole family.

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PeoplesBank is a leader in innovation, corporate responsibility, environmental sustainability, and employee engagement. Our three LEED® certified offices are environmentally friendly, and we have financed more than $171 million in wind, hydroelectric and solar energy projects.



Monday December 31, 2018 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Academy of Music 274 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

1:00pm

John Porcino
A Heck of a Way to Stay Warm:
Stories and Songs that Celebrate Winter’s Hidden Light

In this program nationally renowned storyteller/musician John Porcino will spin a patchwork quilt of his most beloved tales and songs to celebrate the new year  and warm up the chilly winter's day. Together we'll enter a world were woolen mittens burst into laughter and snow banks melt to reveal a blooming heart.  Joyful, warm, playful stories and songs that celebrate Winter's hidden light.

About John Porcino

For 35  full time years, John Porcino has been telling stories and singing songs that tickle lifes funny bone and touch the heart.  Each year  he spins some 120  performances and workshops for enthusiastic people throughout the Northeast and beyond:  this year from  "Florida to the New York Island.”  A resident of Amherst, John is an auditioned artist on the Massachusetts Cultural Council Roster and the Massachusetts Touring Roster.  His publications include the book Spinning Tales: Weaving Hope and the recording A Heck of a Way to Stay Warm: Stories and Songs That Kindle Winter’s Hidden Light.  He is director Farm and Wilderness "Family Camp," a founding member of Pioneer Valley Cohousing, and most importantly dad to two fantastic young adults.


Monday December 31, 2018 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Forbes Library 20 West St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

1:00pm

Paintbox Theatre: Tarzan
Is he really the king of the jungle? Not even close. Tarzan is a friend to all of the youngsters of the true, wild beasts. He teaches the little ones how to swim, and climb, and to avoid danger. So when Tarzan wants to brag, shout, and fly through the jungle, the older ones just play along.


Monday December 31, 2018 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Theatre 14 at Smith College 122 Green Street, Northampton, MA, USA

1:00pm

SHOW Circus Studio presents: Shipwrecked!
Pirates and Mermaids and Sharks, oh my!

SHOW Circus Studio invites you to join us to for our annual celebration of the New Year. Our intrepid captain and her first mate run across all manner of sea creatures as they sail the seven seas. Starfish, pirates, jellyfish, crabs and sailors will entertain you with amazing circus performances including partner acrobatics, aerial rope, hand balancing, stilt dancing, partner trapeze and more! Performances by SHOW Circus Studio’s Youth Performance Troupe and teachers are fun for the whole family.

Sponsors
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Peoples Bank

PeoplesBank is a leader in innovation, corporate responsibility, environmental sustainability, and employee engagement. Our three LEED® certified offices are environmentally friendly, and we have financed more than $171 million in wind, hydroelectric and solar energy projects.



Monday December 31, 2018 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Academy of Music 274 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

2:00pm

Ed The Balloon Man's Magic Show
My name is Ed Popielarczyk. I am a professional magician, balloon sculptor, flea circus
ringmaster, and storyteller. I have been entertaining children and family audiences for
over 30 years. My magic show is a comedy show that uses a lot of audience participation. The kids are
the stars because they make the magic happen. I usually have lots of trouble! I don’t just
“do a trick” I tell a story that revolves around each trick. It may be a short story or a
longer one, but each story helps to bring the trick together. Every child who comes on
“stage” to be a helper receives a souvenir! The show is appropriate for ages three and up.
I hope to see you there!!! Ed



Monday December 31, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Edwards Church 297 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

2:00pm

Funktionlust
Funktionlust now in it’s 15th year is the one and only Improvisation troupe at Northampton High School. The Funks’ incredible creativity and spontaneity has entertained audiences at Arts Night Out, at the Arts Trust building, at Lathrop Community, for non profits like Friends of Children and of course at the high school! Come and watch these improvisers create scenes using your ideas!


Monday December 31, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Hallie Flanagan Theatre at Smith College 122 Green Street, Northampton, MA, USA

2:00pm

Henry The Juggler
Henry the Juggler (AKA Henry Lappen) is wanted! He is wanted by audiences everywhere for his zany attempts to defy the laws of gravity. He juggles any number of balls, clubs, rings, members of the audience . . . He balances strange items on the tip of his nose. Everything is accomplished wordlessly as Henry uses body language (and road signs!) to express himself. Caution: Henry is known to use innocent bystanders in his act.

Henry the Juggler is a professional. He has been seen by tens of thousands up and down the East Coast - at theaters, schools, libraries and festivals. He has been performing for over 30 years. He studied physical comedy at California's Dell' Arte School and continues his development with classes in tango and yoga. He is an active member of the International Jugglers' Association.


Monday December 31, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Unitarian Society 220 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

2:00pm

John Porcino
A Heck of a Way to Stay Warm:
Stories and Songs that Celebrate Winter’s Hidden Light

In this program nationally renowned storyteller/musician John Porcino will spin a patchwork quilt of his most beloved tales and songs to celebrate the new year  and warm up the chilly winter's day. Together we'll enter a world were woolen mittens burst into laughter and snow banks melt to reveal a blooming heart.  Joyful, warm, playful stories and songs that celebrate Winter's hidden light.

About John Porcino

For 35  full time years, John Porcino has been telling stories and singing songs that tickle lifes funny bone and touch the heart.  Each year  he spins some 120  performances and workshops for enthusiastic people throughout the Northeast and beyond:  this year from  "Florida to the New York Island.”  A resident of Amherst, John is an auditioned artist on the Massachusetts Cultural Council Roster and the Massachusetts Touring Roster.  His publications include the book Spinning Tales: Weaving Hope and the recording A Heck of a Way to Stay Warm: Stories and Songs That Kindle Winter’s Hidden Light.  He is director Farm and Wilderness "Family Camp," a founding member of Pioneer Valley Cohousing, and most importantly dad to two fantastic young adults.


Monday December 31, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Forbes Library 20 West St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

3:00pm

Dance Program #1
FIRST NIGHT Afternoon of Dance at the Academy: Part I at 3 pm

Northampton School of Dance: Little Swing

Pineapple Dance:  Rhythm N Riff

The Dance Company:  Fast Car

Meridian 2:  Found My Vibe

Catalyst Dance Company: Evolving

Pineapple Dance:  Unity Dance Ensemble

Crescent Dancers: Ice Queen

Northampton School of Dance: All My Heart

The Dance Company:  Hallelujah

Pineapple Dance:  The Flying Pineapples

Meridian Performance Company: All of My Friends


Northampton School of Dance:  Lauren Baranowski, Lana Bourke, Sophie Cowperthwait, Sydney Flores, Chelsey Ghareeb, Katelyn Stankowski

Pineapple Dance:  Ella Aldrich, Clara Amaral, Macy Campbell, Maddie Clarkewright, Madison Esposito, Ida Grace Fendell, Emily Grybko, Linden Jimison, Piper Kraus-Fabel, Sophie Lindsey, Raquel Mazur, Madeline Misra, Sarah Nicolson, Daniela Osorio-Castillo, Meredith Pickering, Noa Rhodes, Simone Robinson, Jordan Rose

The Dance Company:  Emily Dumas, Madalyn Ferreira, Bridget Griffin, Erin Hall, Lea Kuselias, Madison Joaquim, Madelyn Moriarty

Meridian 2:  Selah Axelrad, Julia Krivoy-Einhorn, Madison Parr, Kaya Sol Perry, Stellina Simonelli (Sophie Skowronek)

Catalyst Dance Company: Chloe Balch, Madison Baptiste, Anaia Cayode, Isabella Cordes, Samantha Heywood, Caroline Hollander, Anna Huggett, Janavia Miller, Corwynne Peterson, Yoshi Sanders, Meghan Stenwick, Tali Sureck, Tiana Vazquez-Ford

Crescent Dancers:  Deb Zeigler, Jessica Pichette, Penny Sotiropoulos, Emily Gaylord, Karen Traub

Meridian Performance Company: Leah Barondes, Anna Chapdelaine, Abby Friedman-Krantz, Anna Huggett, Danielle Jordan, Tali Sureck, Roxy Welch, Gabriella Wilkerson, Elsa Wood

Sponsors
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Peoples Bank

PeoplesBank is a leader in innovation, corporate responsibility, environmental sustainability, and employee engagement. Our three LEED® certified offices are environmentally friendly, and we have financed more than $171 million in wind, hydroelectric and solar energy projects.



Monday December 31, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Academy of Music 274 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

3:00pm

Ed The Balloon Man's Magic Show
My name is Ed Popielarczyk. I am a professional magician, balloon sculptor, flea circus
ringmaster, and storyteller. I have been entertaining children and family audiences for
over 30 years. My magic show is a comedy show that uses a lot of audience participation. The kids are
the stars because they make the magic happen. I usually have lots of trouble! I don’t just
“do a trick” I tell a story that revolves around each trick. It may be a short story or a
longer one, but each story helps to bring the trick together. Every child who comes on
“stage” to be a helper receives a souvenir! The show is appropriate for ages three and up. I hope to see you there!!! Ed



Monday December 31, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Edwards Church 297 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

3:00pm

Funktionlust
Funktionlust now in it’s 15th year is the one and only Improvisation troupe at Northampton High School. The Funks’ incredible creativity and spontaneity has entertained audiences at Arts Night Out, at the Arts Trust building, at Lathrop Community, for non profits like Friends of Children and of course at the high school! Come and watch these improvisers create scenes using your ideas!




Monday December 31, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Hallie Flanagan Theatre at Smith College 122 Green Street, Northampton, MA, USA

3:00pm

Henry The Juggler
Henry the Juggler (AKA Henry Lappen) is wanted! He is wanted by audiences everywhere for his zany attempts to defy the laws of gravity. He juggles any number of balls, clubs, rings, members of the audience . . . He balances strange items on the tip of his nose. Everything is accomplished wordlessly as Henry uses body language (and road signs!) to express himself. Caution: Henry is known to use innocent bystanders in his act.

Henry the Juggler is a professional. He has been seen by tens of thousands up and down the East Coast - at theaters, schools, libraries and festivals. He has been performing for over 30 years. He studied physical comedy at California's Dell' Arte School and continues his development with classes in tango and yoga. He is an active member of the International Jugglers' Association.


Monday December 31, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Unitarian Society 220 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

3:00pm

Mad Science
For nearly 20 years, Mad Science has been bringing its unique brand of “edu-tainment” to children of Western New England through spectacular stage shows, after-school programs, in-school workshops, parties, activity booths and summer programs. Once again you can ring in the New Year with Mad Science in a one-of-a-kind exploration featuring dazzling demonstrations and interactive fun - and each year there is something new to experience along with all-time favorites! Amazing scientific antics will entertain kids of all ages...but watch out - if they are not VERY CAREFUL - they just might learn something!


Monday December 31, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Studio4 25 Main Street, Suite 444 Northampton, MA 01060

3:00pm

Simsbury Light Opera
SLOCO has performed all but one of the Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, The Grand Duke. Our repertoire has included The Merry Widow by Franz Lehar, Of Thee I Sing by George and Ira Gershwin, Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss and Vagabond King by Rudolf Friml.

 We have sung throughout CT and MA, with the Hartford Symphony, CT Concert Opera, Soni Fidelis, at the Governor’s Mansion, Wadsworth Atheneum’s Festival of Trees and even on CBS This Morning!

 While putting on the highest quality production, our aim is to do so while enjoying ourselves and sharing the camaraderie that comes from being part of the SLOCO “family”.

 Many of our talented singers have gone on to further their careers at the Yale School of Music, Connecticut Opera, Opera North, Commonwealth Opera of Western Massachusetts, Chicago Lyric Opera, New York City Opera and the Metropolitan Opera.

And, for the two years before his untimely death, the venerable Martyn Green, Mr. Gilbert and Sullivan himself, was our artistic director.


Monday December 31, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Theatre 14 at Smith College 122 Green Street, Northampton, MA, USA

3:00pm

Western Mass Raging Grannies
In the tradition of wise woman elders, the Western Mass. Raging Grannies (formed in December 2002), seek to promote global peace, social and economic justice using humor and song. In their signature boas, flowers, buttons and outrageous hats, the Raging Grannies present song parodies, satire and irreverent ditties to raise public awareness of many issues facing us today. The Raging Grannies have delighted audiences throughout the valley, on stage, at demonstrations, on the streets, in coffeehouses, invited or not.


Monday December 31, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
33 Hawley St 33 Hawley St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

3:00pm

93.9 The River LIVE Broadcast

Monday December 31, 2018 3:00pm - 5:00pm
A.P.E. Ltd. Gallery 126 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

4:00pm

A2Z YoYo Team
The A2Z Yo-Yo Team consists of local yo-yo players who have learned the art of the modern yo-yo!  They have graduated from the A2Z Science & Learning Store’s weekly yo-yo classes (Tuesday, Fridays, & Saturdays from 4:30pm to 5:30pm).  A2Z’s yo-yo team consists of all ages and has even played a role in creating a National Yo-Yo Champion!  For more information you can visit www.A2ZScience.com.


Monday December 31, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Studio4 25 Main Street, Suite 444 Northampton, MA 01060

4:00pm

Dance Program #2
  1. FIRST NIGHT Afternoon of Dance at the Academy: Part II at 4 pm


    Eclipse Dance Company: Waves
    Artistic Dance Ensemble: Come Fly with Me
    Legible Bodies: The Poppy Field
    AOM Youth Productions:  Jailhouse Rock & Run, Freedom Run
    Eihwaz Belly Dance:  Sulukule
    Pioneer Valley Ballet:  Ritz
    Crazefaze Dance Crew:  Janet Jackson Mash-Up
    Eclipse Dance Company: Momentary
    Artistic Dance Ensemble: Sunny Side of the Street
    Legible Bod(ies):  Bounce Back

    Eclipse Dance Company:  Krista Leigh Brueno, Angela Gauthier, Michael Konderwicz, Natalie Mayko
    Artistic Dance Ensemble:  Maddie Busolari, Briana Doran, Maya Ferris, Rayna Ferris, Grace Filippi, Emma O’Connor, Maeve Horan Portelance
     
    Legible Bodies:  Lauren Caprile, Raven Cauthon, Marissa Chmiel, Lori Landers-Carvalho, Victoria Morris, Lindsay Restaino, Noel St. Jean-Chevalier, Zazie Tobey, Nicole Zaccari, Marlena Zahm
    AOM Youth Productions:  Summer, Beatrice, Rosie, Ruby, Grace, Sophie, Braelyn, KC, Maren, Michael, Aaliyah, Jamie, Isabella
     
    Eihwaz Belly Dance:  Becca Webster, Nicole Mann, Shelley Kranz
     
    Pioneer Valley Ballet:  Maddie Baptiste, Ariana Clark, Grace Downey, Brynn Goggins, Remy Gutterman, Stephanie Kellogg, Melanie Ostiguy

    Crazefaze Dance Crew:  Rebecca Bustillos, Julia Kurtz, Olivia Riley, Eva Sagan, Rachel Teumim

Sponsors
avatar for Peoples Bank

Peoples Bank

PeoplesBank is a leader in innovation, corporate responsibility, environmental sustainability, and employee engagement. Our three LEED® certified offices are environmentally friendly, and we have financed more than $171 million in wind, hydroelectric and solar energy projects.



Monday December 31, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Academy of Music 274 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

4:00pm

Simsbury Light Opera
SLOCO has performed all but one of the Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, The Grand Duke. Our repertoire has included The Merry Widow by Franz Lehar, Of Thee I Sing by George and Ira Gershwin, Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss and Vagabond King by Rudolf Friml.

 We have sung throughout CT and MA, with the Hartford Symphony, CT Concert Opera, Soni Fidelis, at the Governor’s Mansion, Wadsworth Atheneum’s Festival of Trees and even on CBS This Morning!

 While putting on the highest quality production, our aim is to do so while enjoying ourselves and sharing the camaraderie that comes from being part of the SLOCO “family”.

 Many of our talented singers have gone on to further their careers at the Yale School of Music, Connecticut Opera, Opera North, Commonwealth Opera of Western Massachusetts, Chicago Lyric Opera, New York City Opera and the Metropolitan Opera.

And, for the two years before his untimely death, the venerable Martyn Green, Mr. Gilbert and Sullivan himself, was our artistic director.



Monday December 31, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Theatre 14 at Smith College 122 Green Street, Northampton, MA, USA

4:00pm

Talking Hands Theatre
WHALE TALES
There’s an aquarium in downtown Northampton tonight, for one night only!  In this musical puppet show, you’ll meet lots of creatures that live in the sea, including a walrus, a seahorse, a hammerhead shark, and many more, brought to life by an array of puppetry styles.  All ages are invited to sing, move, and even bring to life the aquarium’s largest creature: an 18 foot beluga whale!

Artist bio:

TALKING HANDS THEATRE
A one-woman puppet company based right here in the Valley, presenting educational material in fun and memorable ways.  Anna Sobel is also a teaching artist, percussionist, and the mother of two boys, ages 3 and 5. talkinghandstheatre.com






Monday December 31, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Hallie Flanagan Theatre at Smith College 122 Green Street, Northampton, MA, USA

4:00pm

Tom Knight Puppets
Tom Knight Puppets is  a collection of songs and skits for children of all ages - about animals, the environment, food, and books. Favorites include "Alligator Jump," "The Garbage Monster," and Henry the Magician, plus songs from Tom’s most recent CD "The Classroom Boogie!"


Monday December 31, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Unitarian Society 220 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

4:00pm

Womens Martial Arts
IGNITE US, EXQUISITE TRUTH: a performance of Integrative Arts
Ignite us, exquisite truth./ We sing you, shout you,/ weave you, every breath, your fruit/
abundant, your fearless seeds/ we spread. (from “Exquisite Fruit” by Janet E. Aalfs)

LOTUS PEACE ARTS at Valley Women's Martial Arts presents an inter-generational medley of martial arts, interpretive dance, poetry and song by students, teachers and special guests.


Monday December 31, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Northampton Council On Aging 67 Conz St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

5:00pm

Happier Family Comedy
Let's make your happy family HAPPIER with the Happier FAMILY Comedy Show! This troupe of talented improvisers create comedy on the spot, inspired by audience suggestions - and sometimes even participation - in a high-energy, interactive improv comedy show that's funny for the whole family. Perfect for folks 5 years old and up. Ring in 2019 with laughter!


Monday December 31, 2018 5:00pm - 5:45pm
Theatre 14 at Smith College 122 Green Street, Northampton, MA, USA

5:00pm

Talking Hands Theatre
WHALE TALES
There’s an aquarium in downtown Northampton tonight, for one night only!  In this musical puppet show, you’ll meet lots of creatures that live in the sea, including a walrus, a seahorse, a hammerhead shark, and many more, brought to life by an array of puppetry styles.  All ages are invited to sing, move, and even bring to life the aquarium’s largest creature: an 18 foot beluga whale!

Artist bio:

TALKING HANDS THEATRE
A one-woman puppet company based right here in the Valley, presenting educational material in fun and memorable ways.  Anna Sobel is also a teaching artist, percussionist, and the mother of two boys, ages 3 and 5. talkinghandstheatre.com






Monday December 31, 2018 5:00pm - 5:45pm
Hallie Flanagan Theatre at Smith College 122 Green Street, Northampton, MA, USA

5:00pm

Tom Knight Puppets
Tom Knight Puppets is  a collection of songs and skits for children of all ages - about animals, the environment, food, and books. Favorites include "Alligator Jump," "The Garbage Monster," and Henry the Magician, plus songs from Tom’s most recent CD "The Classroom Boogie!"


Monday December 31, 2018 5:00pm - 5:45pm
Unitarian Society 220 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

7:00pm

The Ha Ha's
The Ha-Ha's are a bombastic bouquet of actors from the Happy Valley (Western Massachusetts) who have been performing the brave art of improv comedy since 2003. They perform monthly at the
Happier Valley Comedy Show and they are available to bring laughter to your event!



Monday December 31, 2018 7:00pm - 7:45pm
Theatre 14 at Smith College 122 Green Street, Northampton, MA, USA

7:00pm

The Leafies You Gave Me
Avant-garde, theatrical music cult
The Leafies are a 10 piece band from the not-so-happy valley of Western, MA. An eclectic array of genres covering everything from pop to free jazz to hardcore. Stage shows have been referred to as “Broadway On Acid.” A series of interconnected stories create a unified experience dealing with topics such as organized religion, anxiety disorders, gender roles, castrati, and a little romance.

Think high school drama club meets Zappa.

Props, costumes, and THE GIANT CLAM! Everything is not going to be alright! But Leafies strive to make this world a better place for you and me to live. Join us in our fight against the Happy New Beard's club and help us bring down their senseless homophobia, intimidation, and ridiculous assumptions about gender!


Monday December 31, 2018 7:00pm - 7:45pm
33 Hawley St 33 Hawley St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

7:00pm

Tom McCabe
Each New Year’s Eve for the past twenty years or so Tom has regaled First Night audiences with tales of his childhood and his adventures getting to be the “oldish” fellow that he is now. Prepare to laugh, as well as feel a bit nostalgic, as you experience the age-old magic of listening to a well-told tale. This year Tom plans to spins tales based around the his kitchen table, bad hair cuts and a neurotic French poodle named Bijou.


Monday December 31, 2018 7:00pm - 7:45pm
A.P.E. Ltd. Gallery 126 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA

8:00pm

The Ha Ha's
The Ha-Ha's are a bombastic bouquet of actors from the Happy Valley (Western Massachusetts) who have been performing the brave art of improv comedy since 2003. They perform monthly at the
Happier Valley Comedy Show and they are available to bring laughter to your event!



Monday December 31, 2018 8:00pm - 8:45pm
Theatre 14 at Smith College 122 Green Street, Northampton, MA, USA

8:00pm

Tom McCabe
Each New Year’s Eve for the past twenty years or so Tom has regaled First Night audiences with tales of his childhood and his adventures getting to be the “oldish” fellow that he is now. Prepare to laugh, as well as feel a bit nostalgic, as you experience the age-old magic of listening to a well-told tale. This year Tom plans to spins tales based around the his kitchen table, bad hair cuts and a neurotic French poodle named Bijou.


Monday December 31, 2018 8:00pm - 8:45pm
A.P.E. Ltd. Gallery 126 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA