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Inside The Dream Away Lodge on opening night

“I think there's so many people who meet here and end up falling in love,” says Dan Giddings, new partner at the legendary establishment. Friendships start here, he says.

Bits & Bytes: ‘A Practice in Process’; glyphosate talk; women in film seminar; college search talk; BCC dean’s list

Berkshire Environmental Action Team will present Ed Stockman for a talk about the herbicide glyphosate, commonly known as Roundup, Thursday, Jan. 23, at 5:30 p.m. at the Lenox Library.

Bits & Bytes: Dylan Perrillo Orchestra; Fair Saturday in Williamstown; Monterey makers’ market; CoA luncheon

As an adjunct professor in Connecticut's community college system, David Bosco has taught courses in American history, labor history, state and local government, and business law.

Bits & Bytes: FreshGrass; Walk a Mile in Her Shoes; ‘Searching for the Moon’; swing dancing at Dewey Hall; memoir-writing workshop

Registration is free and walkers are encouraged to raise funds through pledges as individuals or as teams to support survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

Bits & Bytes: Jamaica Kincaid at Simon’s Rock; land trust annual meeting; BerkChique!; Wild & Scenic Film Festival; ‘Writer’s Work-Out’

BerkChique! is being presented by and in support of WAM Theatre and its programs, with additional donations going to the Berkshire Humane Society, Community Access to the Arts and IS183 Art School of the Berkshires.

Shirley Bittiner Olds, 94, of Monterey

She helped with the creation of the Monterey Community Center and was a founding member of the Southern Berkshire Friends Meeting (Quakers).

Bits & Bytes: First Fridays Artswalk; Waldorf teacher awarded NASA internship; ‘Colors for Peace’; ‘East Rock Is Falling’

Berkshire Waldorf High School teacher Lee Magadini will work directly with NASA scientists, lead research teams and develop STEM curricula.

Bits & Bytes: Sunday library programming; folk music series in Monterey; children tour Fairview; Easy Ridin’ Papas at Dewey Hall; Community ReStart fundraiser

Karl Finger will trace the origins of folk music from its value as a window into the various periods in history, its effect on social and political movements.

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