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BITS & BYTES: Julie Wosk at Berkshire Museum; Camilo Cárdena at Center for Peace through Culture; Bobby Previte at Hudson Hall; ‘Poor Herman’ at...

Berkshire Museum presents a talk on images of female astronauts and aviators, as well as space-age females in movies, fashion, and television.

Bits & Bytes: Rx Round Up; Arbor Day Fest; Tatge to discuss Jacob’s Pillow; Jesse Harris in Egremont; winter clothing drive

The Pillow recently announced the receipt of a $100,000 grant to expand and create new programs engaging local Berkshire County residents, organizations, and businesses.

Students celebrate life’s diversity – one drumbeat at a time

Using African dance and drumming as a vehicle to explore the concepts of folklore and storytelling came via a talented group of educators from Berkshire Pulse, an organization dedicated to building and strengthening community life through diverse and accessible programming.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Lost Highway’ exhibit; Mud Day at Muddy Brook; Wildflower Full Moon Music & Arts Fest; swing dancing at Shire City Sanctuary;...

At the Muddy Brook Elementary "Mud Day" there will also, of course, be lots and lots of mud: kids can play muddy tug-o-war, build mud castles, and get all-around messy in a giant mud field.

Bits & Bytes: Holiday Shop, Sip & Stroll; Lenox Library’s Pajama Night; ‘Magnificat’ in Stockbridge; ‘Tartuffe’ at BCC

At the Lenox Library Holiday Pajama Night children can enjoy an evening of storytelling by community celebrities and music performed by David Grover.
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