Tablet Portait

Handheld Landscape

Handheld Portait

Ashfield, MA Local Information - Ashfield Business Directory and Community Guide

Local Photos
Featured Property
9 BedroomBR Multi-Family HomeMulti - $489,000
Coupons & Deals
Ashfield Events
The Old Man and The Old Moon
Mark your calendars! Come see The Old Man and The Old Moon at Ashfield Community Theater this Summer! Book, music, and lyrics by PigPen Theatre Company (check them out if you haven't: www.pigpentheatre.com). Directed by Jonah Godfrey at Ashfield Town Hall. Performances July 19, 20, and 26 at 7pm and July 21 and 27 at 2pm. In this original fable, the Old Man has been the sole caretaker of the moon for longer than either he or his wife can remember. When she is drawn away across the sea by an elusive memory of their shared past, the Old Man must give up his post in order to follow her. The Old Man and the Old Moon is a sea-faring epic that spans apocalyptic storms, civil wars, leviathans of the deep, and an old mans struggle to confront change. Influenced by Celtic folklore and sea shanty, the show features original folk music and shadow puppetry. Bring your children! Bring a friend! Bring your grandma! Tickets available at www.ACThOnline.org. This production is supported in part by grants from the MA Cultural Commission through Local Cultural Council grants, and produced through an arrangement with Broadway Licensing.

When: Jul 26, 2019 7pm to Jul 26, 2019 9pm in Ashfield, MA
Cost: 5 - 10 USD

TeenResidential ($775)

When: Aug 9, 2019 12am to Aug 17, 2019 12am in Ashfield, MA

Buy Local
Wholesale Websites
Free 24/7 Phone Support

Do-It-Yourself - Wholesale Websites - Free 24/7 Phone Support
MainNames.com provides complete web services & domain names at wholesale discount prices. Do-It-Yourself websites with free 24/7 phone support. Register Domain Names, Create Websites at wholesale from the Main Names team of web experts.
About Ashfield, MA
The Town of Ashfield Massachusetts was founded in 1765 and is located in Franklin County. Originally the town was named Huntstown in 1736 but was later incorporated under its present name in 1765 with the support of Lord Thurlow of Ashfield, England.

Ashfield has about 1800 year round residents, in fact it's only in the last 20 years that more people have moved to the town rather than leave it.

Now a day's people are lured in by the cool breeze and scenic vistas and people from all over have moved to the town and have turned it into a cultural center.