Tag Archives: The Berkshires

First Sunday Free at The Clark Art Institute

October kicks off the First Sunday Free program at The Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA. Admission to The Clark is free on the first Sunday of the month from October to May. Continue reading

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At Berkshire Botanical Garden: ‘PlayDate’ Designers Re-Imagine Play House Structures

Nine local designers and builders interpret play house structures for Berkshire Botanical Garden’s summer exhibition, “PlayDate: Playhouses in the Garden”. The PlayDate structures vary in size and theme, from a medieval fortress, to an outdoor transparent “play room” and a … Continue reading

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Free Fun Friday at Edith Wharton’s Home, The Mount

The Mount’s 9th annual Free Fun Friday program invites visitors to explore Edith Wharton’s home free of charge. Visitors can wander through the home, stroll the gardens, and explore the trails. There will be no tours on Friday. Instead, guides will … Continue reading

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OZ Halloween Gala in Pittsfield, Saturday October 29

Looking for some fun Halloween festivities this weekend? The join IS183 Art School and the Berkshire Shenanigans for the OZ Halloween Gala at The Shire City Sanctuary in Pittsfield, MA, this Saturday, October 29, 2016. The festivities begin at 6pm with … Continue reading

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Boston Pops and The B-52s at Tanglewood this Friday

It’s going to be an end of summer blowout at Tanglewood with The B-52s and the Boston Pops! The B-52s are one of the most fun, party bands of the past 40 years. This Friday, they will take the stage … Continue reading

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Possible Plastic Bag Ban in Pittsfield

It sounds as if Pittsfield, MA, is in the early stages of a possible ban on single use plastic bags. According to an article on TheBerkshireEagle.com, The city’s Green Commission is considering a recommendation to the City Council on an … Continue reading

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