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Dancing and music at First Fridays at Five event in Pittsfield

The event is scheduled to include a vendor fair and live performances all throughout the summer season.

Pittsfield — The summer’s First Fridays at Five event returned to downtown on Friday, June 7. The event is organized by the city’s Cultural Development Office and Downtown Pittsfield Inc. and is sponsored by Season the Feigenbaum Foundation, Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, Mill Town Foundation, and MountainOne.

The event is scheduled to include a vendor fair and live performances all throughout the summer season. For the June 7 event, staff members and dancers from Jacob’s Pillow performed at a stage located on North Street.

Jacob’s Pillow staff members at the First Fridays event on June 7. Photo by Shaw Israel Izikson.

Members of New York City’s KR3T dance company also took part in the June 7 performance.

Members of New York City’s KR3T dance company. Photo by Shaw Israel Izikson.
Members of New York City’s KR3T dance company performing in downtown Pittsfield. Photo by Shaw Israel Izikson.

The event also included a performance from the Happy Together Band, who played music from the 1960s.

Members of the Happy Together Band. Photo by Shaw Israel Izikson.
Some of the many attendees watchinig performances during the First Fridays at Five event on June 7. Photo by Shaw Israel Izikson.
Some of the scenes at the First Fridays at Five event in downtown Pittsfield on Friday, June 7. Photos by Shaw Israel Izikson.
From the Berkshire County District Attorney’s Office, intern Grace Caccaviello, Director of Community Engagement and Communications Julia Sabouran, and daughter Charlie Sabouran. The office was one of many groups with booths at the First Fridays at Five event. “I think any event, for any event where the community can come out and get together and celebrate a community is excellent,” Julia Sabouran said. Photo by Shaw Israel Izikson.

For more information about the First Fridays at Five series, visit the city’s Office of Cultural Development website.

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