Hadley briefs

Published: 04-01-2024 11:45 AM

Drive-through shredding event

HADLEY — A townwide, drive-through shredding event is taking place at the Hadley Senior Center, 46 Middle St., Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon.

A town-sponsored event, the shredding is only open to Hadley residents, who will be asked to show identification.

Each household will be limited to five boxes of materials per household. Volunteers will be on hand to remove materials from each vehicle.

Catering company to set up at Gardeners Supply

HADLEY — Push for Joy, a recently created mobile coffee events and catering company, will be setting up at the Gardeners Supply Co., 285 Russell St., beginning Saturday.

Co-founder Cora Lambert told the Select Board, which issued a common victualer’s license to the business Monday, that the cart serves coffee, espresso and pastries made in a commissary kitchen in Deerfield.

“We were invited by the Gardeners Supply Co. to take our little mobile espresso cart and serve coffee and pastries to their patrons for limited hours on Saturdays and Sundays for the spring,” Lambert said.

Lambert and wife Margaret Dixon co-founded Push for Joy over the winter and began by setting up at Grow Food Northampton’s winter market.

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