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Slate of Directors

Officers

  • Angela Varilly, President
  • Casey Cusson, President Elect
  • John Baldwin, Past President
  • Andrea Beaudoin, Treasurer
  • Whit Sanford, Secretary

Directors

  • Molly Cantor, Director
  • Eric Grant, Director
  • Mary Lynn Sabourin, Director
  • Brady McElaney, Director
  • Jacqui Proctor, Director
  • John Taylor, Director

Angela Varilly of Greenfield Savings Bank was elected President of the GSFABA Board of Directors at the 2018 Annual Meeting on December 7th.

Angela began working at Greenfield Savings Bank in 2004 and became the manager position in Shelburne Falls in 2015 where she has been an active member in the community.

Of her new role as President, Angela notes that she is "excited to take on her new opportunity and is looking forward to working with all of the towns in our region."

Do you know how to protect your business? As businesses rely more and more on credit card and online transactions, credit card fraud has become one of the biggest issues that we face.

Come and learn from the best! A security specialist from People's United Bank will be on hand to present you with advice, tips, and tricks to help keep your business running safe and secure!  Light Refreshments will be served.

Members: $5    General Admission: $10

Save Time by Registering in Advance!

Contact Kara Cavanaugh at 413.625.2526 or email at kara@shelburnefalls.com

The 2019 regional map is one of the most successful advertising tools for local businesses and the region. This year 35,000 maps will be printed and distributed from May – November to: the Village Information Center, Bridge of Flowers, Potholes, Greenfield Information Center, and other visitor centers in Franklin and Berkshire Counties. Plus, advertisers receive a supply and GSFABA distributes the maps at The Big E and mails them to over 8,000 households and businesses in the region through the West County Shopper.

This year we are breathing new life into the map with an updated design by Denese Gurley that will create greater clarity about the region  and reflect the scenic and rural beauty of both downtown Shelburne Falls and western Franklin County and highlighting the region’s outdoor recreation opportunities and natural-resource-based businesses ..

Click Here for More Information and to Download Your Reservation Form!

Come experience a unique Hilltown tradition
where the joy of the performing arts meets the sweetness of sap! 

Piti’s celebration of spring for family audiences
Held at Shelburne-Buckland Community Center
53 Main Street on Saturday, March 9.

The day starts with a Pancake Party at 11 am! Then Piti’s much loved musical "Olde Coleraine" is at 2:30 pm. Award winning physical comedian Alex the Jester as seen on PBS and off-Broadway headlines the Festival at 3:30 pm followed by Alex's teen/adult workshop Primal Talk: Non-Verbal Stuff Made Fun!

Join us for pancakes, syrups, skits, and a CD release party from 11 - 2:30. Plus free Real Pickles and a Red Sox raffle! Tix: $12/$10 students & seniors/$5 children at ptco.org/syrup or 1-800-838-3006.

Day 2 of SYRUP is on Saturday, March 23.

Tell them you saw it when! Piti Theatre's Jonathan Mirin, clown-dancer Narieka Masala, pianist Laura Josephs and vocalist Christian Schwedbler shared their works-in-progress @ The Barn at 31 Water Street in Shelburne Falls.

At 2:30 pm Piti Theatre presents Masala's "Learning to Tango" followed by Mirin's comedic, autobiographical "Canary in the Goldmine" at 3:00 pm about his wife's developing a mysterious illness which turns out to be electro-sensitivity. Josephs and Schwedbler send us into the night with piano/vocal works by Mendelssohn, Vaughan Williams, Ravel and Ives. And yes, there will be syrup tasting between every artistic performance!

March 23rd is a free event recommended for ages 15 and up. Reservations strongly suggested because The Barn at 31 Water Street is an intimate venue.

Reserve by emailing: info@ptco.org. Complete festival info: ptco.org/syrup

Did you know that members of GSFABA can post events on ShelburneFalls.com? ShelburneFalls.com is our regional tourism website reaching almost 100,000 views so far in 2018! 

Post one-time special events on our "Special Events" Calendar, or promote a sale, weekend festival or gallery exhibit on our "What's Happening in the Hilltowns" calendar.  

For more info about how to post your events, click here.

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