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Why stress? Order a delicious handmade pie from Cup and Top.

  • 9” pies (serves 8 or more)
  • handmade butter crust
  • all natural ingredients

Regular: $18  Gluten-Free: $20

choose from:

  • Local Apple
  • Local Pumpkin
  • Maple Pecan (made with local maple syrup!)

ALSO: Pumpkin Cranberry Bread (gf) – $14/loaf

Please place orders by Monday Nov 21st.

call: 413-585-0445  or email or stop by!

Come meet Elizabeth Slade, the artist behind the engaging chalk pastels on display at the cafe.  Elizabeth will be at the cafe this Sunday November 6th from 1-3pm. Her show, “Begin Again,” will run through the end of the year.

Elizabeth Slade

Elizabeth Slade is an artist, writer, and educator located in Northampton Massachusetts. She works in chalk pastels with an emphasis on landscapes and seascapes. Elizabeth’s work is largely inspired by the fields and mountains of Western Massachusetts and ocean views of Martha’s Vineyard island.

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Come enjoy the last day of your 3-day weekend with good friends & good-ies at Cup and Top. We are open for reduced hours on Monday October 10th 8AM-3PM.

labor-dayThis year we are honoring our workers by being CLOSED on BOTH Sunday Sept 4th (Pre-Labor) and Monday Sept 5th (Labor Day).

Enjoy the holiday weekend!

We will be CLOSED on Sunday September 4th AND Labor Day (Sept 5th) and will begin our new hours on Tuesday Sept 6th.

CLOCK COFFEE 5PMWEEKDAYS 6AM-5PM

WEEKENDS 8AM-3PM

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Help Us Wipe Out Diaper Need – Donate Diapers at Cup and Top!

WHAT IS DIAPER NEED?

Diapers are as essential as food and shelter. Yet, they are not recognized as a basic need. Diaper need is the lack of a sufficient supply of diapers to make sure babies and toddlers remain clean, dry, and healthy. Some families face having to clean out and reuse soiled diapers or have to choose between diapers and other basic needs like food. In our community, families struggle with diaper need every day.

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?

•    1 out of 3 families struggle to buy diapers
•    Diapers can cost over $100 per month, per baby
•    Food Stamps and WIC cannot be used to buy diapers
•    Infants and toddlers need about 8-12 diapers per day

WHAT WE NEED

•    Disposable diapers in all sizes; greatest need for sizes 3 and up
•    Baby wipes in all quantities
•    Disposable pull-up training pants

WHAT’S THE GOAL OF THE HAMPSHIRE COUNTY DIAPER DRIVE?

50,000 diapers and 100,000 baby wipes!

WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THE DIAPERS COLLECTED IN THE DRIVE?

They will be distributed to families in need through: Amherst Survival Center,  Easthampton Community Center, Northampton Survival Center in Northampton & Goshen, It Takes a Village, Hilltown Community Health Centers and The Jubilee Cupboard at Trinity Episcopal Church in Ware

COLLECTIONS SITES (Beginning July 16):

A Child’s Garden, 204 Main Street, Northampton

Amherst Survival Center, 138 Sunderland Road, Amherst

Cup & Top, 1 North Main Street, Florence

Easthampton Community Center, 12 Clark Street, Easthampton

Forbes Library, 20 West Street, Northampton

Greenfield Savings Bank, 325 King St, Northampton

Hampshire Regional YMCA, 286 Prospect Street, Northampton

Huntington Health Center, 73 Russell Rd, Huntington

Jubilee Cupboard at Trinity Episcopal Church. Corner of Park & Pleasant Streets, Ware

Northampton Survival Center, 265 Prospect Street, Northampton

Northampton Survival Center – Goshen Pantry, 40 Main Street, Goshen

Paragus IT, 112 Russell Street, Hadley

Stop & Shop, 228 King Street, Northampton

TD Bank Northampton, 175 Main Street, Northampton

Thornes Marketplace, 150 Main Street, Northampton

United Way of Hampshire County, 71 King Street, Northampton

Worthington Health Center, 58 Old North Rd, Worthington

https://uwhampshire.org/uwhc-diaper-drive