As part of the BSO Community Chamber Concert series’ ongoing artistic exchange program, students from Berkshire Children and Families’ Kids 4 Harmony program will present a special pre-concert program at 2:30 p.m.
At the Norman Rockwell Museum family day author Will Lach will hold a reading and talk about the books, and have a conversation with model Mary Whalen Leonard, who posed for several of Rockwell’s most beloved paintings.
On Thursday, July 20, at 7:30 p.m., Berkshire Bash will present “A Legend Lives On,” featuring the Glenn Miller Orchestra at Monument Mountain Regional High School. Special guests: the MMRHS Jazz Band All Stars.
“I am now in my mid-50s and I’ve reached an age and a stage in my professional life where I have the opportunity to create one more chapter.”
— Tad Ames, president of the Berkshire Natural Resources Council
‘Art from Farm to Table’ includes depictions and interpretations of landscapes, buildings, farm life, flowers, vegetables, insects and animals–everything found in an agricultural environment that might, or might not, end up on a table.
Berkshire-Columbia Investment Network began in order to create an alternative to conventional financial markets by brokering a conversation between local businesses and individuals who seek to provide loan money to support locally sustainable businesses.
Pediatric nurse practitioner Stephanie H. Taylor is now a resident of Great Barrington, having recently relocated to the Berkshires with her husband, Peter Taylor, president of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.
State Senator Benjamin B. Downing announced that the House and Senate have overridden approximately 87 vetoes by Gov. Charlie Baker, restoring $5.17 million in cuts to the Office of Travel and Tourism and $2.37 million to the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Once upon a time, an original box car diner, made in New Jersey in the 1940s, it was brought to Millerton to replace an inn owned by the Hotchkiss family that had burned down. Today, much of the original diner remains the same, so you’re forgiven if you feel as if you’ve entered a time warp.