Greens Treat Suites – Northampton Gay Bed & Breakfast

Author: , September 18th, 2017

Northampton Gay Bed & Breakfast

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Welcome to Greens Treat Suites, a rural eastern Massachusetts retreat just minutes from the heart of “Paradise City” – Northampton Massachusetts. We’re close to everything that Northampton, Amherst and the Pioneer Valley has to offer, but away from the traffic, noise and congestion of daily life.

Greens Treat Suites is a Northampton gay bed & breakfast set in the beautiful country that inspired Thomas Cole’s painting, “The Oxbow,” and our hill-top setting provides its own spectacular views.

Our Northampton B&B offers:

  • Private entrances and gardens
  • Romantic fireplaces
  • Local art, literature and crafts
  • WiFi internet access
  • Sonos sound system featuring “Rhapsody”
  • Welcoming dinner en-suite
  • Breakfast basket each morning
  • Fresh flowers
  • Organic robes, bed & bath linens, natural body & hair products
  • Large gardens – organic fruits & vegetables, flowers
  • Two really friendly dogs

If you’re looking for a great, friendly, quiet place to get away from it all, come stay with us in Northampton at Greens Treat Suites!

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Northampton, Massachusetts Gay Pride Coming in May

Author: , April 3rd, 2013

Northampton Gay Pride 2013Northampton, Massachusetts is a community that actively cares about justice and humanity. The ever-present political and spiritual connectedness for human rights draws people together both near and far across gender, sexuality, age, ability, class, race and diversity broadly. This strong commitment to social justice allows Northampton to be an open, rather than closeted, home for many lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.

In 1982 Northampton held its first liberation Pride march despite the overwhelmingly homophobic and discriminatory realities facing LGBT people nation-wide. Our Pride event, annually held in May, now draws thousands of people from New England and beyond.

Our Pride parade and rally has evolved from people marching with bags on their heads into a day that brings diverse communities together to celebrate the freedom of being who we are. Through the long-lasting efforts of local community members and the leadership of Noho Pride, in 2011 we celebrated our 30th anniversary of LGBT pride and fight for equality. With sponsorships, donations and fundraisers, we are able to underwrite this extraordinary day of LGBT Pride for everyone.

See the Full Story at Gay Web Source

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MA: Northampton Pride’s 30th Anniversary Raises Questions

Author: , May 8th, 2011

Northampton Gay PrideWhen this year’s Pride march wends its way up Main Street Saturday, it will mark the 30th anniversary of an event that has become a Northampton tradition. It’s a safe bet that, as in past years, there will be crowds, floats, spirited speeches, lots of music, banners and balloons.

But there will be something different, too – a small contingent of people plan to stand along the parade route with signs about issues of discrimination and injustice that they say Pride has lost sight of.

The signs, intentionally created to inject a sobering note amid the hoopla, will raise questions on topics such as suicides among gay teens, racism, funding for HIV and AIDS, and rights for transgender people.

Full Story from The Daily Hampshire Gazette

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