2019 Events

July 21 and 28, August 4, 11, 18 and 25


Summer Sundays

Join us this summer for Sunday’s at the park! Bring your ID and show us which town you live in to get free entrance to the park on the day your town/area is being honored.

Northampton Day: July 21st
Free entrance to the park if you live in Northampton, Florence, Leeds, Williamsburg, Haydenville, Hatfield or Hadley.

Amherst Day: July 28th
Free entrance to the park if you live in Amherst, Pelham, Granby, Belchertown or Ware.

Easthampton Day: August 4th
Free entrance to the park if you live in Easthampton, Westhampton, Southampton or South Hadley.

Hilltown Day: August 11th
Free entrance to the park if you live in Plainfield, Cummington, Goshen, Worthington, Middlefield, Chesterfield or Huntington.

Holyoke Day: August 18th
Free entrance to the park if you live in Holyoke, Chicopee, Westfield, Springfield, West Springfield. and Ludlow.

Franklin County Day: August 25th
Free entrance to the park if you live in ANY town in Franklin County.

August 15, 2019


Movies Under the Stars

Join us in the Pines Theater for another summer of night time movies. This year we’re featuring some beloved classics. Gather the whole family, your favorite blanket and come to the park for some fun.

June 20th: Ralph Breaks the Internet
July 11th: Enchanted moved to August 15
August 15th: Enchanted
September 12th: The Goonies
October 3rd: Little Shop of Horrors

$7.00 Vehicle Entry Fee Does Apply.
Entrance to Pines Theater for movies is FREE.
For more information please call: 413-584-5457

August 20, 2019


Transperformance 29: LookStock Benefit Music Festival

The Northampton Arts Council presents Transperformance 29: Lookstock! We will celebrate peace, love and music while raising funds for arts enrichment programs in the Northampton Public Schools. Your favorite local acts will take the Pines Theater stage to perform 10 minutes of material from performers who graced the Woodstock stage 50 years ago. Groups can “transperform” anyone from Creedence Clearwater Revival to Ravi Shankar to Jefferson Airplane to the Who. Come celebrate 29 years of bringing our community members together to support music and the arts.

August 21, 2019


Exploring the History of the Quabbin with J.R. Greene

Join us in 2019 once a month at Look Park for Afternoon Tea! Each monthly tea will feature a different speaker or activity. Tickets are $10.00 per person and reservations are required. Teas will take place at the Garden House unless otherwise specified.  For questions or reservations, please call 413-584-5457. Click the image to the left to see our full list of teas!

J.R. Greene, a life long resident of Athol, is a graduate of the University of Mass – Amherst. He is the author of 21 books; sixteen relating to the history of the Quabbin Reservoir and the towns destroyed to build it, three relating to the life of Calvin Coolidge, and two on Mass. railroads. He is chairman of the board of directors of the Friends of Quabbin (and their member of the Quabbin Watershed Advisory Council) , and the Quabbin – Ware River Watersheds representative on the Metro Water Resources Advisory Board.

The narrated slide program lasts a little over an hour, and relates the story of how the Metro Boston Water system reached out to take the Swift River valley to build the Quabbin Reservoir.  The towns and villages destroyed to build it are shown, and what life in them was like.  The author will have copies of his books on sale (autographed upon request) at the program.

Tickets can be purchased online here: https://lookparkma.myrec.com/info/activities/program_details.aspx?ProgramID=29841

August 24, 2019


Look Park Food Truck Festival

Come end the summer on a sweet (or salty note) at the Look Park Food Truck Festival. The third times the charm! The 3rd Annual Look Park Food Truck Festival will be happening rain or shine on Saturday, August 24, 2019 from 12pm to 6pm. We have a great line up of Food Trucks for you this year. With some familiar favorites and new friends as well. So start saving those dollars so you can try something from all the Food Trucks. If you’re 21 and over don’t forget to stop by the beer and wine tent to grab a cold beverage to go along with your snacks! Stay tuned over the summer as we share info about all the food trucks you can expect to see at the festival!

Live Music by: ROCK 201 and Tony Bernardo: LightVox Music!

Entrance to the event is FREE but there is a $10 entrance fee to drive into the park. Please remember that outside food, beverages and coolers are not permitted. Be prepared to present a proper form of ID if you plan to purchase alcohol.

For more information call: 413-584-5457 or visit https://www.lookpark.org/food-truck-festival/

September 28, 2019


Look Park Brew Festival

Join us for the 4th Annual Look Park Brew Festival!
Savor enough sips and samples to delight your palate all afternoon. This year’s event promises the Pioneer Valley’s best breweries and more!
Tickets are $35 presale and $40 day of event. Designated Driver and Under 21 tickets for sale for $10. Kids 12 and under are FREE.
Tickets are non-refundable. Rain or shine event. No outside food or beverages are permitted. No coolers. Please be prepared to present proper ID. Ticket price does not include food.

October 12, 2019


Pumpkin Festival

Pumpkin Painting, Bounce Houses and Cider! OH MY! Come enjoy a beautiful and fun filled fall day at the park. The fun starts at 10am and goes until 4pm.

The fun includes:
Carnival Games
Bounce Houses
Face Painting
Balloon Twisting

Tickets for Carnival games are $.50 cents each and Wristbands for unlimited carnival games, train rides and a pumpkin to paint are $15 each.

Vehicle Entry for the Day is $9.

Look Park Pumpkin Festival Presented by Northampton Cooperative Bank a Division of Greenfield Cooperative Bank.

October 18-20 and 25-27, 2019


Haunted Train

Never fear the Look Memorial Park Haunted Train is here again this year for every ghoul and goblin to enjoy! The fun starts at 5pm and the frights stop at 9pm, October 18-20 and 25-27.
There is no vehicle entry fee to enter the park for this event. You will only pay for tickets at the train. There will be snacks and hot cider available.
The ride is designed for children 5 and up. The first hour has the calmest rides and the ghosts, ghouls and zombies do not chase after the train. This time is best suited for kids who may be most likely to be scared. As the night progresses and it gets dark the creatures begin to run after the train and pop out of the dark!
Ages 12 and up: $5
Ages 2 – 11: $3
2 and Under: Free
Remember to dress warm! The last train ride of the night will leave the station at 9pm. We will stop selling tickets accordingly to ensure that everyone who buys a ticket each night will get a ride on the train by that time. If you would like to be on one of the later rides, we recommend buying tickets no later than 8:15.
Event will not operate in the rain

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