Fifth Annual Warm Up the Night!
Thursday, October 20th
5:30-8:30pm Tickets: $50.00 per person
The tent at the Lord Jeffery Inn (30 Boltwood Ave, Amherst MA)
Join us as we transform the warm and festive tent at the Lord Jeffery Inn into a strolling culinary extravaganza! Enjoy delicious small bites, sips, and tastes from an eclectic mix of local food vendors, including 30Boltwood at the Lord Jeffery Inn, The Banh Mi Spot, Barbara Feldman Morse (Make Way for Madeleines), Berkshore Oyster Company, Bistro 63 at the Monkey Bar, The Black Sheep Deli, Bread & Butter, Carr’s Cider House, Joe Cook, Crazy Noodles, Food 101, Four Seasons Liquor, Ginger Garden, Glazed Doughnut Shop, Insomnia Cookies, Johnny’s Tavern, Louise Reilly’s Spiced Nuts, Mi Tierra, Not Bread Alone, Oriental Flavor, Osteria Vespa, Pengyew Catering, Provisions Wine Shop, The Pub, Spirit Haus, Sutter Meats, Tri-Vin Imports, White Lion Brewing Company, and Whole Foods!
This year features a pig roast from 30Boltwood, a raw bar from Berkshore Oyster Co., tastings of bourbon from Spirit Haus, scotch from Four Seasons Liquors, and sake from Provisions Wine Shop. Live music will be provided by local musicians Small Parade and a special appearance by local guitar legend J Mascis! See our events page to learn more about Warm Up the Night!
Family Outreach of Amherst (FOA) is the safety net for low-income families in Amherst and the surrounding communities. We are unique in our ability to address all the issues struggling families face: mental health, domestic violence, addiction, housing, and life skills. We believe the families we work with are experts in their own lives and should be active participants in creating change in their lives. See below for the services we provide.
Family Outreach of Amherst’s Services:
Our home visiting program helps more than 100 low-income families each year. We stabilize and support families struggling with life skills, help with issues such as parenting, budgeting and conflict resolution, and help parents access services they need.
FOA responds to calls from mothers in crisis, and takes referrals from school counselors, local physicians, and other agencies. FOA caseworkers identify community resources required to resolve the crisis and then help to address the issues that brought about the crisis.
FOA provides short-term assistance on specific issues such as mediation with a landlord or a utility company, access to childcare and assistance with health emergencies.
FOA caseworkers provide ongoing weekly support to struggling families. Services include securing financial benefits, providing transportation to doctors’ offices and other appointments, life skills counseling, housing advocacy, parenting support, and accessing proper health care.
Information and Referrals
FOA responds to calls from families seeking help from resources within our community. Caseworkers assess a caller’s needs and then make referrals to appropriate community agencies.
Strive to Thrive Program
FOA’s newest program, Strive to Thrive, helps people create more stable lives for themselves and their families through moving in the direction of their goals. Goals range between employment, education, and/or community engagement opportunities. Click here to learn more.
401 Main Street, Suite 12
Amherst, MA 01002
Main Office Phone: 413-549-5548
Office Fax: 413-549-6087