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Berkshire Waldorf School Holiday Handcraft Fair Auction
09:11AM / Monday, November 22, 2021
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GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass.— Berkshire Waldorf School (BWS, formerly Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School) invites the community to the 49th Annual Holiday Handcraft Fair Auction, launching Black Friday, Nov. 26, online at www.charityauctions.com.    The BWS Fair's trademark celebration of handmade treats, cozy winter woolens, unique toys and creative gifts will be offered for two weeks this year, through Saturday, Dec. 11. For more information, visit berkshirewaldorfschool.org or call 413-528-4015.    This year the 49th Holiday Handcraft Fair has been adapted for COVID times as an online auction, with goods, services, and handmade items. For example, a lemon

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Norman Rockwell Museum: Special Exhibition by Jan Brett
09:01AM / Thursday, November 11, 2021
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STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Norman Rockwell Museum (NRM) announced the upcoming winter exhibition, "Jan Brett: Stories Near and Far."   Featuring more than 100 original illustrations, sketches, and personal artifacts, this seasonal family-friendly exhibition explores the range of Brett's art and the travel experiences that have inspired her many books and characters. Spanning twenty-five years, "Stories Near and Far" is the most extensive exhibition of Brett's picture book art to date, and will be on view from Nov. 13, 2021 to March 6, 2022.    "Jan Brett, our Berkshire neighbor, is beloved near and far," NRM Director/CEO Laurie Norton

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Nightwood Returns To The Mount
12:27PM / Monday, November 01, 2021
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LENOX, Mass. — The Mount, Edith Wharton's home, presents its second year of NightWood, an outdoor sound and light experience inspired by The Mount's architecture and setting.    "Last year's run was a phenomenal success; we were sold-out," said Susan Wissler, The Mount's executive director. "Because of COVID restrictions and limits on gatherings, many people were not able to experience NightWood last year. This year we have greater capacity and are starting earlier. We hope to accommodate everyone who wants to experience the magic and wonder of NightWood."    This year's NightWood combines music, lighting, and theatrical

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Maker Day at The Bidwell House Museum
11:02AM / Tuesday, October 19, 2021
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MONTEREY, Mass. — The Bidwell House Museum will hold an outdoors maker day on Oct. 23.   Originally scheduled for July, but postponed due to bad weather, the Museum will welcome visitors to the property for a free afternoon event with craftspeople, music and fall themed refreshments.   Attendees will have an opportunity to see traditional crafts being practiced by local artisans as they might have done in the 18th century and see these skills as practiced by both the Native Peoples of early New England and the European settlers, including:   Del Martin, of Knox Trail Forge, who will demonstrate traditional blacksmithing techniques and will show some of his

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Flying Cloud Institute Welcomes SMArt Studio Director
02:35PM / Monday, October 18, 2021
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GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Flying Cloud Institute has hired Patrick O'Donnell as director of its Science Meets Art Studio and will relaunch a makerspace program this fall in the Southern Berkshire Regional School District.   "As SMArt Studio director, Patrick will lead vacation camp programs, after school makerspaces, family STEAM challenge events, and work with the FCI team to inspire the next generation of artists and engineers. We welcome his artistic skills and cultural experiences in the Berkshires as we work to partner with local school districts to bring meaningful experiences to students," said Executive Director Maria Rundle.    Having

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Lee Bank Foundation Announces Community Funding
12:49PM / Wednesday, October 13, 2021
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LEE, Mass. — Lee Bank Foundation has awarded $40,500 to nine Berkshire area organizations in its third-round of 2021 community grant awards.    Recipients were awarded grants ranging from $1,000 to $13,500 to support their local programming. Included in the awards are a series of Arts Access Grants for arts and culture organizations to expand access to programming for underserved audiences.   The following organizations received funding from Lee Bank Foundation: Alliance for a Viable Future Berkshire Area Health Education Center Berkshire Innovation Center Berkshire Museum Berkshire Pulse Community Development Corporation of South Berkshire Extra Special

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Seven Berkshire County Organizations Receive SHARP Grants
12:50PM / Tuesday, October 12, 2021
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NORTHAMPTON, Mass. — Mass Humanities has announced grants to 90 organizations across Massachusetts to support the response and recovery of the cultural sector from the ongoing impacts of the coronavirus.    "The SHARP grants are another significant step in the journey to sustain the humanities at the local level," said Brian Boyles, Executive Director of Mass Humanities. "As we continue to combat COVID-19, these funds will save jobs, build capacity, and allow organizations to develop new programs to serve their communities."    Berkshire County recipients include: Norman Rockwell Museum: $15,000 Clinton Church Restoration:

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The Epichorus at Race Brook Lodge
01:55PM / Thursday, October 07, 2021
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SHEFFIELD, Mass. — The Epichorus performs two shows at Race Brook Lodge Oct. 8 and 9.   Tickets can be purchased here.   The Epichorus performs contemporary songs based in ancient sounds. Epichorus are lineage holders of traditions from India, Egypt, Greece and Syria. They are led by Priya Darshini, classically trained in Indian raga.   Epichorus are backed by Oud, Violin, Accordion, Hammered Dulcimer, Percussion and Upright Bass.    Friday, Oct. 8: Ethereal sounds from the Middle East and India, Oud, Violin, and Hammered Dulcimer, Percussion and Upright Bass back the stunning grammy nominated vocalist Priya Darshini, who serenades beyond the bounds of

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Scary Stories Around the Fire with Robert Oakes
09:09AM / Wednesday, October 06, 2021
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MONTEREY, Mass. — On Saturday Oct. 9 and Sunday Oct. 10, the Bidwell House Museum will present the program Scary Stories Around The Fire.    Visitors will sit around the fire with Robert Oakes, author of the recent book Ghosts of the Berkshires, and listen as he shares readings on Berkshire Colonial-era history and ghost lore and tells the tale of "The Ghost of Green River." Following the outdoor fireside presentation, Robert will lead a candlelit ghost walk through the house.   This event will happen from 7-9 pm on Saturday and 4-6 pm on Sunday. There will be some scary elements so the program is most appropriate for ages 12 and up. Part of this program is

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Ventfort Hall: The Making of a Cosmopolitan Capital
08:48AM / Tuesday, October 05, 2021
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LENOX, Mass.— Prof. Gary H. Darden returns to Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum to give a visual presentation on "The Making of a Cosmopolitan Capital:  Washington, D.C. from Frontier Town to Global Metropolis."    His lecture is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 9 at 3:30 pm.   With the establishment of Washington, D.C. in 1790 as the site of a brand-new capital city, the once dirt-road frontier city of the fragile American Republic emerged from the ashes of the War of 1812 to become a political center for a burgeoning continental empire and eventually a global colossus by the Cold War era. According to Dardin, the scale and scope of its civic

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