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Cold River Cafe, Package & Market
Kristie Faufaw & Mike Sisum, Owners
31 Main Street
PO Box 102
Charlemont MA 01339
(413) 339-5709
Organic Convenience/Market, Full Liquor, Restaurant Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, with Weekend Dinner Specials

Frontier Community Access Television
Chris Collins, General Manager
8B Elm Street
South Deerfield MA  01373
(413) 665-0012
Community Access TV Station

Warfield House
Sarah Reynolds, Office Adm.
133 Warfield Road
PO Box 727
Charlemont MA 01339
(413) 339-6600
Bed & Breakfast, Dining & Function Facility

Berkshire East Mountain Resort
Jon Schaefer, Asst. Gen. Manager
PO Box 727
Charlemont MA 01339
(413) 339-6617
Skiing, Zip Line, Mountain Coaster, Rafting, Mountain Bike Trails

Viktor Vlasenko, Owner
272 Montague City Road
Turners Falls MA 01376
(413) 221-7444

Keller Williams Pioneer Valley
Deborah Darling Raphael, Associate Partner
300 Pleasant Street
Northampton MA 01060
(413) 585-0022
Real Estate

Franklin Distributors LLC
Dalton & Margareta Athey, Owners
121 High Street
Greenfield MA 01301
(413) 834-2114
Circulation - Distributing

Church of Christ
Verlon Davis, Leader
341 Conway Street
Greenfield MA  01301
mail:14 Jones Corner Rd.
Conway MA 01341
(413) 625-9223

Deerfield Valley Art Association
PO Box 1076
Greenfield MA  01302
Beverly Phelps, President
Annette Mackin, Vice President
(413) 522-2325

Art Organization, Art Exhibit

Franklin County Sheriff's Office
160 Elm Street
Greenfield MA 01301
Christopher Donelan, Sheriff
Laurie Kamansky, Work Release Coordinator
(413) 774-4014

Kobe Hibachi and Sushi
254 Mohawk Trail
Greenfield MA 01301
Leo Zheng, Owner
(413) 772-8888

Overlook Care at Home
22 Strong Avenue
Northampton MA 01060
Chris Savino, Transitional Care Liaison
(800) 990-7642
Visiting Nurse Association

259 Mohawk Trail
Greenfield MA 01301
Mario Carvide, General Mgr.
Lora Gonyea, Sales Manager
(413) 775-0293
Retail - office supplies, technology, electronics and more

Indoor Action
1385 Bernardston Road
Greenfield MA 01301
Bill Buck, Facility Manager
Gail Wiedmann, Bookkeeper
(413) 772-8665
Indoor/Outdoor Sports Complex

Susan Hollins Consulting
PO Box 222
Greenfield MA 01302
Education Consulting

H&R Block

249A Mohawk Trail
Greenfield MA 01301
(413) 772-0122
Kristie Poehler, Marketing Coordinator
Income Tax Preparation

MBM Congress Street LLC

54 Congress Street
Greenfield MA 01301
Martina Merrigan, Manager
(413) 883-9329
Daily, weekly, monthly, or long-term rentals - enjoy the comforts of home

Deerfield Homes Services
PO Box 57
Deerfield MA 01342-0057
Debra Wysocki, Owner
(413) 219-0451
Painting & Power Washing for Residential and Commercial

Edward Jones Investments Office of David McFadden
55 Federal St., Suite 260
Greenfield MA 01301-2548
David McFadden, Financial Advisor
(413) 773-8063
Financial Advising

Jancewicz & Son

6 Morgan Street
Bellows Falls VT  05101-1218
Jayson Dunbar, Owner
Martin Toney, Project Estimator
(802) 463-3585
Home Improvements

Denison Logging and Lumber
140 West Leyden Road
Colrain MA 01340-9741
Lee Denison, Owner
(413) 768-9729
Emergency Tree Services, Timber Harvesting, Logging, Processing Trees to Lumber

Hubbard Heating & Cooling
68 Highland Avenue
Northfield MA 01360-1120
Michael & Wendy Hubbard, Owners
(413) 498-2970
Heating & Cooling Needs

63-65 French King Highway
Erving MA  01344
Ralph Semb, Owner
(413) 423-3047
Apartments, Storage, Convenience Store

French King Bowling Center
55 French King Highway
Erving MA 01344
Erik Semb, President
(413) 423-3047

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2013 Open Hearth Cooking Classes

Saturday, February 09, 2013, 10:00am - 02:30pm

Join Historic Deerfield this winter to prepare and eat savory and sweet dishes of the past under the guidance of our experienced Open Hearth Cooks. Classes are held in the kitchen of the Visitor Center at Hall Tavern that dates to 1786. Hearth Cooks will teach you a variety of cookery techniques and lead discussions on how food preparation has changed over time, preservation technology, seaspnality, diet, and the availability of local and imported foodstuffs. A visit to a kitchen in one of the historic houses is part of the experience. A bibliography on open hearth cookery will be distributed. You will participate in the process and assist hearth cooks in the preparation of period recipes. Please dress comfortably, bring an apron, pen, and paper for notes. After the food is prepared, you will sit down together to enjoy the fruits of your labor. You may also bring a brown bag lunch if you do not wish to sample the food. 10 am - 2:30 pm.  The registration fee for each class is $55 per person ($50 for members). 413-775-7217
February 2 -Hearth Cooking Basics - Try a range of hearth cooking techniques and equipment
February 9- 17th Century Cooking -Experience how English settlers cooked before the inventions of the 18th century
February 16 - Cooking in the 18th Century - The 1786 Hall Tavern hearth and fireplace will be featured in this class
February 23 - Early 19th Century Cooking Techniques -The class will prepare dishes using innovations of the early 19th -century
March 2 - Baking Day - We fire up the beehive oven and bake bread, pies and cakes in this popular class
March 9 - A Late Winter Menu - Participants will re-create the dinner menu that is featured in the Williams House
March 16 - Cooking with Herbs - As we look toward the promise of spring gardening, you will prepare dishes with dried herbs from the Cook's Garden


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