Wednesday, May 22, 2024

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Tag: Millbrook

Native Son comes home: Arlo Guthrie’s historical artifacts on display at exhibit

The “Native Son” exhibit, curated by Arlo's daughter Annie Guthrie, includes artifacts and memorabilia from the Arlo Guthrie Family Archives from Arlo's career, including handwritten lyrics, photographs, correspondence with musicians such as Pete Seeger, and shirts worn on album covers. 

Business Briefs: New topiary garden for BBG; Berkshire Leadership Forum; Pietrantone joins Jacob’s Pillow; BCC interim nursing director; succession planning seminar

A.J. Pietrantone joins Jacob’s Pillow with more than 30 years experience as an executive at a broad range of nonprofits.

Bits & Bytes: Open Days garden tours; fine woodwork show; Harvey Granat at Berkshire South; Pittsfield Repair Cafe

The fine woodwork show will feature designs by professional woodworkers from throughout the Berkshires; Columbia County, New York; and surrounding areas.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Art of the Hills’; Mary Berry on supporting farmers; ‘Laudate Pueri Dominum’; Berkshire Pride Festival; Mass Audubon Family Fun Day

In her talk at St. James Place, Mary Berry will address the topics of what it will take for farmers to be able to afford to farm well, and how to become a culture that supports good farming and land use.

Business Briefs: Tanglewood Airbnb hosts earn nearly $2 million; Berkshire Business Confidence Index results; grant for Berkshire Community Diaper Project; ‘Best of Hudson Valley’...

Seventy-four percent of Berkshire Business Confidence Index survey respondents indicated strongly that they expect their businesses to look moderately to substantially different in the next 10 years.

Bits & Bytes: Jayne Benjulian monologue workshop; new teachers at Steiner school; Neumann at the Millbrook Library; ‘Share Our Wisdom/Harvest Our Lives;’ preparing for...

Benjulian was director of new play development at Magic Theatre in San Francisco and chief speechwriter at Apple. She is the author of the new poetry collection “Five Sextillion Atoms.”

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