Bits & Bytes: Bella’s Bartok at the Colonial; railroad history talk; WAM Theatre to present ‘The Last Wife;’ storytelling at the Mount; organic gardening workshop; Comical Mystery Tour; Shakespeare exhibit at Williams

Passenger trains were an important part of southern Berkshire County’s transportation infrastructure for a number of years. There were as many as six round trips per day to New York City through Danbury at the beginning of the 20th century, and the railroads still ran two round trips per day into the 1960s.