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Special needs performing arts camp seeks children to participate

Pizzi invites neurodivergent children, children with autism who have low support needs, and any child with a disability to join the camp, which is free, and set to run August 5 through 9 at Berkshire Community College.

Bits & Bytes: Farmer Olympics; farmstead picnic; Kindergarten Night; Lenox Library book sale; bird language workshop; ‘Halachah, Sex, Lies, and Darwin’

“Song of the Forest,” taught by educators from Mass Audubon and Flying Deer Nature Center, will explore the world of bird language through storytelling, lectures, slideshows, outdoor activities, field exercises, and more.

Bits & Bytes: New minister for Christ Trinity Church; Ghent Playhouse auditions; Stonover Farm art exhibition; Jonathan Epstein performance & talk; Sharon Church at...

Ordained a Lutheran with graduate degrees and training from Episcopal, Methodist, Baptist and Congregational institutions including Harvard Divinity School, Rev. Dr. Randall K. Wilburn also received training from the Sisters of Mercy and is a Spiritual Director.

Bits & Bytes: Joshua Redman Quartet at the Mahaiwe; Museum & Archives reopening; Berkshire Blues Benefit Jam; Eugenia Zukerman & Jasper Quartet; stamp...

Following the ribbon-cutting ceremony, members of the Stockbridge community who have donated items to the Stockbridge Library's Museum & Archives will be present to chat with visitors about their contributions to the collection, the town, and its history.

Bits & Bytes: Relay for Life; gravitational wave lectures; Berkshires architecture talk; HVA paddle trip; ‘The Trial of Aaron’

The Relay For Life movement unites communities across the globe to celebrate people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and take action to finish the fight once and for all.

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: Wine seminar at Ventfort Hall; religion and childhood trauma talk; Made in the Berkshires submissions; merit award for CET; grilling safety...

According to the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services (DFS), Massachusetts fire departments responded to 431 fires involving grills, hibachis, and barbecues between 2011 and 2015.

Bits & Bytes: Source-to-Sound River Festival; Pleasant Valley Volunteer Day; BTG auditions; Crane Paper Mills talk; Simon’s Rock joins Common Application

The Common Application allows prospective college students to submit just one application in total rather than one application per school.

Bits & Bytes: DCSC April line-up; Robin’s Candy casting call; Giulia Rozzi at the Garage; Jonathan Cannon at Williams; Mayor Tyer on Pittsfield; WAM...

“My vision for Pittsfield reflects a place where small businesses thrive, strategic collaborations are nurtured, and the creative economy flourishes." -- Pittsfield Mayor Linda Tyer

Bits & Bytes: Emel Mathlouthi at MCLA; ‘Live Out Loud’ at BCC; ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’ at MMRHS; social justice talk at Simon’s Rock; Carol...

The annual Live Out Loud conference at BCC draws upwards of 100 participants who learn about and discuss issues of vital interest to the local and national LGBTQIA+ communities.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Behind Closed Doors;’ Fabienne Kanor at Williams College; Senior Center art workshops; RSVP presentation

“Walking (in) the world means retracing the paths of undocumented migrants and exiles in order to tell their stories." -- Film director Fabienne Kanor

Bits & Bytes: Marc Cohn at Colonial; healing foods discussion; Olana art for kids; food pantry benefit concert; ‘Small Steps to a Healthier You’

Berkshire Music School teacher Tari Wheeler Roosa (flute), Joshua Birns-Sprague (piano, organ, and flute) and special guest Daniel Broad (double bass) will give a concert Feb. 25 at First United Methodist Church to benefit local food pantries.

Bits & Bytes: The Wailers at the Colonial; ‘Ten Days of Play;’ ‘Berkshire Mosaic’ book launch; IS183’s ‘Learning Through Arts’; ’Paper Clips’ screening in...

"We each are part of a larger whole. This is what ‘Berkshire Mosaic’ helps us remember and celebrate.” -- Multicultural BRIDGE director and author Gwendolyn Van Sant

Bits & Bytes: Butterfly Leadership Program; chair yoga class; Great Barrington Republican meeting; Riotous Youth enrollment

At Riotous Youth sessions, students explore one of Shakespeare’s plays through games, activities, and rehearsal.

Bits & Bytes: Monty Python at MMRHS; ‘Regrettable Tales,Redemptive Music’; Stockbridge Library tea talk; wellness workshop

A question-and-answer session will follow each performance of 'The Holy Grail,' giving audience members a chance to offer feedback, ask questions, and learn more about the young actors’ process.

Bits & Bytes: Daniel Klein in Lenox; Sunday activities at Ramsdell Library; MLK & Jewish civil rights talk

Rabbi Israel Dresner was the first rabbi arrested in the freedom struggle in 1961 in an interfaith clergy Freedom Ride.

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