Greenfield, Massachusetts: A Good Old-Fashioned Home Town

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Greenfield, Massachusetts: A Good Old-Fashioned Home Town
« on: November 21, 2010, 19:00:19 »
Greenfield, Massachusetts: A Good Old-Fashioned Home Town
   


Visitors to Western Massachusetts generally find their way to Northampton, one of the coolest small arts towns in America, to Amherst, a college town famous for its poets, Emily Dickinson and Robert Frost, and to historic Deerfield, but just a hop, skip and a jump away is one the area's lesser-known treasures.

The charms and community appeal of Greenfield, Massachusetts, are just beginning to be discovered as the town embarks on a wave of renovations and community development. With a growing number of new music venues, shops and restaurants, a touch of historical allure and lots of friendly and enterprising people, Greenfield is thrumming with activity.

Settled in 1686 and a longtime transportation center, the City of Greenfield affords hiking, biking, dining, shopping, relaxing, and lots of other activities that draw visitors from all over New England.
   

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