Gill, Massachusetts Slate Memorial Library - Gill, Massachusetts

CULTURAL COUNCIL

Council Members:
Sue Kramer, Chair, 413-863-6330
Lynn Stowe Tomb, 413-863-2475
Daniel Botkin
Emily Samuels
Isaac Bingham
Judd Greenstein

Mailing Address: 325 Main Road, Gill, MA 01354-9758

Meeting schedule: The Council meets on an as-needed basis. Please contact the Chair to determine the meeting time and to be included on the agenda.

Members Wanted!!

There are openings for new members on the Cultural Council. If you are interested in learning more about the purpose of the Council and the minimal time commitments of being a member, please contact the Chair.

Upcoming Events Sponsored by the Gill Cultural Council

2017 Common People Concert Series

June 27 A Natural Concert Band ~ Professional-caliber concert band
July 4 No Concert, enjoy the holiday!
July 11 The Fantastic Partnerz - Chill rock for dancing
July 18 Flootissimo ~ Piping-hot flute music
July 25 Bad to Be Good - Eastern Country and Northern Blues
August 1 Monadnock Steel Drum Band - Caribbean sounds in Gill

Where? On Gill Common. If the weather is yucky, concerts will be held in Gill Congregational Church. If weather is yucky on June 27, the concert will be held at United Church of Bernardston, on Route 10

When? Summer Tuesday Evenings at 7:00 p.m.

Cost? None, but Friends of Gill will sell refreshments at each concert!

Why? Because Gill deserves lots of very good music.

More info? Contact Steve at anaturalmusicschool@yahoo.com


The concert series is sponsored by a grant from the Gill Cultural Council.
Download the full, printable schedule: Concert Poster



2017 Cultural Council Awards

Steve Damon Common People Concerts on the Town Common
Amy Gordon After School Drama Program at Gill Elementary and Performance
Gill Historical Commission Collection displays at the Gill Historical Museum
Pioneer Valley Symphony For Gill 4th - 6th graders to learn about & attend a symphony
Da Camera Singers A concert to be held at NMH and in Hadley
Slate Memorial Library 3-D printing workshop
Nolumbeka Project Pocumtuck Homelands Festival in Turners Falls
Franklin County Technical School Theater program and performance at Shea Theater
Racial Justice Rising Monthly workshops in Greenfield
Co-op Concerts Summer music at the Greenfield Energy Park
Hilltown Families Online newsletter for Franklin County families