Friday, July 19, 2024

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Tag: Copake

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.

THEATRE REVIEW: The Two of Us Productions’ ‘Terms of Endearment’ a unique answer to an episodic, short-winded script

One of the things about this play that the production tries to answer is the constant rerouting of our attention.

Over the Border: N.Y. State Properties

Lindsay Lebrecht of Copake Lake Realty offers a selection of beautiful N.Y. state properties!

NATURE’S TURN: On the cusp of winter, Turtle Tree Seeds turns toward spring

Last week, on the eve of the deepest chill and wind chill of the season, I reached into reserves of dogged determination to secure my harvest of fennel, dill, peppers, French sorrel, amaranth and most of the turnips.

Bits & Bytes: BSO on BBC; ‘The Constitution Demands It’; pianist Lin at Berkshire Music School; Copake history talk

Prior to co-founding Free Speech For People, John Bonifaz served as the executive director and general counsel of the National Voting Rights Institute, and as the legal director of Voter Action, a national election integrity organization.

Marilyn Bailey, 84, of Copake, New York

Marilyn, along with her husband, Frank, worked and camped at Prospect Lake Park in North Egremont for over 30 years.

Bits & Bytes: Hilltown Open Studio Tour; ‘A Tree. A Rock. A Cloud.’ screening; CEWM solstice party; mill history talk; Greenagers to dedicate garden...

Using photos of the 19th-century mills and factories, historian John Dickson will reveal the story of the people who harnessed the power of streams and rivers to make a living for their families.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Looking Ahead to Middle School’; BHS benefit pancake breakfast; ‘Lend Me a Tenor’ auditions

After weeks of specialized care in multiple hospitals, Hermanski is making improvements and recently regained the abilities to move her limbs, breathe on her own again and speak.

Over the Border: Properties in New York and Connecticut

In this week's "What's on the Market" we are hopping across state lines! Check out these beautiful Connecticut and New York properties!

Yet again, the town tries to sell the dormant Housatonic School

An independent study submitted to the town in 2012 by a building consultant found that any developer looking to renovate the school is facing a liability of at least $850,000 in required remediation of just the asbestos and lead paint hazards.

The Rev. David B. Rogers, 71, of North Egremont

David joined the Navy in the fall of 1963. He was based out of Long Beach, Calif., and served in Vietnam as a radar technician aboard the aircraft carrier, USS Yorktown.

Ruth Collins Bulkeley Miles, 72, of Mount Washington

Ruth was dedicated to holistic and herbal medicine, as well as to her garden. With her husband, she lived a simple, Thoreauvian life, loving the outdoors.

NATURE’S TURN: Seeding our gardens, caring for the earth

"To grow healthy food requires a vibrant diversity of plants, animals and soil life. These form the immune system of your land that together help each other to sustain the farm. The soil we work with as part of a farm organism needs our help to be healthy.” -- Lia Babitch, seed garden manager at Turtle Tree Seed

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.