Big News: We received a Big Read Grant


Working with 15 libraries in the Hillstown Library Coop, we invite you to join us this fall for a series of programs on John Steinbeck’s Pulitzer Prize-Winning novel, The Grapes of Wrath. NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) designed to broaden our understanding of our world, our […]

Planting, Planning, Growing programs and ideas


Sorry to have been inactive at posting on this site. We are busy planning for some exciting things later in 2016 and working on many new partnerships.  There won’t always be news to report, but as things come together, we will let you know more details. If you are interested in working on a community […]

Guitars 4 Good

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Thanks to a grant from the Cottonwood Foundation, Fireseed Alliance presents this workshop through our partners Fireseed Arts with students from the Boston City Schools.  The 3-day workshop will take place April 20-23 at the Fireseed Arts Framingham Studio. Stay tuned for more news on this exciting pilot program.  If you are interested in hosting […]

Cooknscribble- Summer Food Media “boot camp”


In partnership with One Big Table, founded and organized by food author and editor, Molly O’Neill, we want you to know about a two-week summer writing intensive: The LongHouse Food Scholars Program is a residential, immersion experience that is designed to give the skills for researching, reporting, and creating food stories for print, radio, and […]

Recycling with Worms! A Family Workshop


Join us as we collaborate with Wilton Public and Gregg Free Library to learn all about how to build a worm bin. This is a family program and will include a short film on the importance of worms in creating and maintaining healthy soil for planting; an art activity with children’s book illustrator, Jill Weber, […]