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Selina Lamb of BIRCH Properties offers the pinnacle of Berkshires living with privacy, tranquility and modern comfort in an ideal location.

Bits & Bytes: BCC dog show; Playhouse seeks directors; watercolors at Camphill Ghent; ‘RE” at Ferrin Contemporary; Crossroads gallery hop

The Ghent Playhouse is seeking proposals from directors interested in directing a musical as part of its 2016-2017 theater season.

Bits & Bytes: ‘The Weir’ at Ghent Playhouse; Matt Pardo at Berkshire Pulse; RSYP open mic; ‘The Brave Little Parrot’ at Camphill Ghent

Pardo has a special connection to Berkshire Pulse: his solo piece “Life.Long” began in the old Berkshire Pulse dance studios.

Bits & Bytes: Shepherd’s Play at Camphill Ghent; 1753 House carol sing; Ron Ramsay and Samantha Talora at The Whit

At the 1753 House in Williamstown, Mass., Deborah Burns and members of her OK Chorale will lead a cappella singing beside a roaring blaze in the fireplace.

Bits & Bytes: First Fridays Artswalk; Friday night shopping; storytelling talk; 2016 VIM coupon book; Williams fiction reading

Volunteers in Medicine Berkshires (VIM) announces that the launch of the 2016 VIM Coupon Book will take place at the Lenox Holiday Stroll, Saturday, December 5, from noon to 4 at MacKimmie Company and Casablanca.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Cuba in Changing Times;’ Don Wynn at Neumann Fine Art; innovation prize for Behold! New Lebanon; pianist Benjamin Hochman concert

On Sunday, November 15 the Schumacher Center for a New Economics will present Cuban author Rafael Hernández for a talk entitled “Cuba in Changing Time.”

Bits & Bytes: Jacob’s Pillow & MASS MoCA co-production; HD broadcasts at the Mahaiwe; haiku workshops; Middle East talk at Shake & Co.; Alford...

The paving of Taconic Avenue from Castle Hill Avenue to the Railroad bridge at St. James Place will be done next spring. The Town will install speed monitoring signs and stop signs to reduce speeding.

Bits & Bytes: Deb Koffman book launch; Shake & Co. Common Classes; Camphill chamber concert; Williams alum earns physics award; Humane Society grant

"Common Classes at the Fall Festival of Shakespeare are a beautiful example of what education might one day become -- nurturing creativity and developing cooperation." -- Kevin Coleman, Director of Education at Shakespeare and Company

Bits & Bytes: Ventfort Hall silver auction; watercolor exhibit at Camphill Ghent; Haunted Historic Pittsfield walking tour; Jewish War Veterans’ post commander; Lauren Clark...

Hosted by local folklorist and historian Joe Durwin, the tour explores some of the rich history of downtown Pittsfield through the lens of its folklore, legends, and mysteries.

Bits & Bytes: Easy Ridin’ Papas at Dewey Hall; High Holidays with Rimon; ‘The Berkshire Collection’ at St. Francis Gallery; Community Day at Camphill...

St. Francis Gallery in South Lee presents "The Berkshire Collection," an intensive look at the combined and varied works of a wide range of Berkshire artists.

Bits & Bytes: Berkshire Lyric auditions; Behold! New Lebanon’s Sept. 12 tours; Shred Day at Salisbury Bank; Hevreh High Holy Days services; Music Inn...

Fans, staff, musicians, local historians and music lovers are invited for an evening to celebrate the legendary Music Inn this Sunday, September 13 at 6 p.m. at Bascom Lodge.

Bits & Bytes: Chief Burger appointment; WAM Theatre’s final 2015 reading; pottery show, tour; High Holy Days at Anshe Amunim

Chief Burger looks forward to advancing the fire service in Massachusetts and being an advocate for call and volunteer fire departments.

Bits & Bytes: Events and news of note in the Berkshires

Behold! New Lebanon Aug. 29 tours; Camphill Ghent volunteers honored; Knosh & Knowledge at Hevreh, with a lecture on anti-Semitism in France; Jacob’s Pillow honors outgoing executive director Ella Baff.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Berkshire Mosaic’; Fête des Fleurs; Intentional Jazz; landscape art show; Bidwell House history talk

Multicultural BRIDGE’s 'Berkshire Mosaic' book release Pittsfield -- On Saturday, August 8 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Multicultural BRIDGE will present its Social​ Justice in...

Bits & Bytes: Last call for Dig & Dine tickets; The Summer of Greylock Gin; Appalachian Trail celebration; “Moving Through the Tree of Life”...

Barbara Watkins, owner of Evergreen Fine American Crafts, has led the I Dig GB campaign, organizing sales and special events to draw people to Great Barrington even during the rockiest periods of Main Street Reconstruction.

Bits & Bytes: CATA gala and performances; Bard College chamber ensemble; lecture on Saul Bellow at Ahavath Sholom

CATA performance, gala at Shakespeare & Company Lenox -- Community Access to the Arts presents “Ready, Willing & Able,” CATA’s annual performance and gala on...
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