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BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on Refill GB—a mission-based shop with a welcoming vibe (and zero plastic!)

Founded three years ago by Berkshire native Jamie McCormack, this charming Great Barrington retail space helps you make better choices for your health and the planet.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Viva La Femme!’ at L’Atelier Berkshires; ‘Berkshire Supergenerians’; ‘In Process with Zoe Scofield’; filmmaking talk

“Berkshire Supergenerians: A Forum for Seniors” is geared toward people in their 60s to their 90s; those concerned about aging well; and those who provide health, wellness and medical services to an older population.

Bits & Bytes: Copich at Norman Rockwell Museum; Maplefest at Williams; ‘Lady Randy’ at Ventfort Hall; call for women artists

Maplefest attendees will be able to visit a working sugar house, observe the finishing and bottling of the final product, tap trees, gather sap, and taste homemade syrup on pancakes.

Bits & Bytes: Rusted Root at the Mahaiwe; Generation Block Party; ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat;’ ‘In Bloom’

The inspiration for building a courage wall in Great Barrington was brought to Railroad Street Youth Project by author Barbara Bonner while working on her book “Inspiring Courage.”

Bits & Bytes: Early college conference; Fathers and Families meeting; community garden registration; ‘Pencil and Paper’

Conducted by master gardener Diane Wetzel of Pittsfield, the workshop covers the benefits of organic gardening and imparts practical information on how to incorporate the approach.

Bits & Bytes: Holiday Handcraft Fair; Berkshire Human Rights Speaker Series; ‘Othering’ spoken word performance; ‘EN•LIGHT•EN’ sculpture exhibit; ‘The Burial at Thebes’ at Darrow...

Janice Johnson Dias' Human Rights talk will explore how notions of black mystical appeal stymie black humanity and harm black women and girls.

Bits & Bytes: FODfest; Naumkeag haunted house; Ian Buruma at Stockbridge Library; OxBow Road at L’Atelier Berkshires; ‘Owleen’ at Olana

Now in its twelfth year, FODfest was started by singer/songwriter and producer Todd Mack started FODfest as a way to honor his friend and bandmate after Pearl was abducted and killed by terrorists in Karachi, Pakistan, in 2002.

Bits & Bytes: Walk a Mile in Her Shoes®; OLLI art show; Robin F. Williams at Simon’s Rock; RSYP culinary apprenticeships; BPL calls for...

Railroad Street Youth Project's culinary apprenticeship program links youth with professional chefs who will teach them the skills they need for employment in the world of culinary arts.

Bits & Bytes: Berkshire Bike-N-Fly; OLLI University Day; ‘Alternate Gravity;’ MiC documentary screening; art salon at L’Atelier Berkshires; ‘Cupcake War 2016’

"From Madness to Music" illustrates the power of music to bring people, particularly young people and those living in conflict regions, together on common ground.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Chronicles of Human Presence;’ Township No. 1 Day; Robbins-Zust marionette shows; Mongiardo exhibition; Pastore named parade marshal

Tony Pastore is a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), a member of Disabled American Veterans (DAV) and American Legion Post 68, and has been a frequent Fourth of July parade participant as a U.S. Army Air Corps veteran.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Diapause’ exhibit; Simon’s Rock faculty recital; Williams supports solar project; Ramsdell Library Sundays; ‘Avenue Q’ auditions

Williams College will provide a bridge loan to the Williamstown Youth Center for a solar energy project that will supply the facility's energy needs.
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