Revealed: 2/22/2022 3:00:46 PM
Modified: 2/22/2022 3:00:21 PM
GREENFIELD — The Greenfield Democratic Town Committee will hold its caucus on Wednesday, Feb. 23, at 6 p.m. on Zoom.
Attendees will elect 12 delegates and 4 alternates to the 2022 Massachusetts Democratic Conference, according to a push release from Greenfield Democratic City Committee Performing Chair Adrienne Nunez. The convention will be held at the DCU Center in Worcester, on Friday, June 3, and Saturday, June 4, however virtual participation is also accessible.
The Greenfield Democratic City Committee’s caucus is open to all, with nomination, election and voting rights reserved for registered and pre-registered Democrats in Greenfield. In accordance to the push release, pre-registered Democrats should be 16 decades old or more mature by Feb. 4, 2022, be pre-registered at the time of the caucus and present proof of pre-registration.
To attend Wednesday’s digital caucus, sign-up in advance at little bit.ly/3IeDUnd.
For far more information about the Greenfield Democratic City Committee, contact Danielle Letourneau at 413-250-1973 or [email protected], or go to the committee’s Fb website page at facebook.com/GDTCCH.
For additional facts about the 2022 Massachusetts Democratic Conference, check out MassDems.org.
GREENFIELD — In a free system available by means of the Greenfield Public Library, Mary Jo Maffei will existing “Garden Design and style 101” by way of Zoom on Thursday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m.
According to a Greenfield Community Library press release, Maffei will consider concepts from architecture, interior structure and back garden style, and show members how to include these principles into their possess gardens. Subject areas consist of evaluation, purpose, enclosure, 3rd dimension, texture and form, rhythm and repeat planting, timing and massing, colour and upkeep. This presentation will show members how including an ingredient to a backyard, this kind of as a fence, can vastly enrich the garden’s elegance.
Maffei has been gardening given that she was a teen, the launch states, but started gardening critically and researching backyard garden design 30 many years in the past.
For more information and facts or to ask for the Zoom connection, email [email protected]
GREENFIELD — The Greenfield Community Library, Northfield’s Dickinson Memorial Library and other place libraries are co-hosting a digital communicate with lactation and breastfeeding expert Dr. Lindiwe Sibeko on Thursday, Feb. 24, at 6 p.m.
In accordance to a Greenfield Public Library push release, Sibeko will discuss about the gains of mother’s milk and solution queries about breastfeeding. Sibeko will also explore her ongoing analyze to identify how having much more fruits and greens can reduce a mother’s risk of developing breast cancer and strengthen infant wellbeing.
Registration is needed. Email [email protected] for the Zoom url.
The application is produced achievable by the New Moms Wellness Study as a result of the University of Massachusetts.