Stockbridge, MA, a lovely village in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts, is peacefully situated in the heart of a quiet and beautiful valley. Visitors are impressed with the charm of the town and those who live here are proud of her role in history, science, and the arts. Since its incorporation as a town in 1739, Stockbridge has grown from an Indian mission to a quiet village of gracious living to multifaceted town that serves as a resort for tourists and a country retreat for many well-to-do urbanites. Few other places of its size can offer its visitors and residents a world-famous music center, a renowned summer theater (Berkshire Theatre Festival), a museum dedicated to a beloved American painter (The Norman Rockwell Museum), as well as historic mansions, a botanical garden, and a broad range of accommodations, dining, and shopping.
On the 19th of December, 2017, The Tuesday Club of Stockbridge presents “A Child’s Christmas in Wales,” by Dylan Thomas. Ronnie Cunningham reads... MORE
Berkshire Botanical Garden's annual Winter Lecture featuring celebrated author and photographer Ken Druse. Lenox Memorial High School, Lenox, MA.Snow ... MORE
Enjoy these lively art talks with the Museum’s curators, who will discus current exhibitions, including Season’s Greetings! (December 15), Never A... MORE
The honeybee faces many affronts to its immune system in these days of Varroa mites and climate destabilization. The so-called “Colony Collapse Diso... MORE
Beeswax is a unique substance produced within the body of the honeybee. This workshop will cover its origins to its human uses for health and healing,... MORE