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Monument Valley Road Construction Begins Week of 6/17

During the week the road will be limited to local traffic only between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Business Briefs: Entry to Entrepreneurship applications; disaster relief donations; nonprofit workshop for women; fraud prevention seminar; Berkshire Taconic grant deadlines

Big Y World Class Markets are partnering with the American Red Cross to raise donations for those affected by Hurricane Dorian.

Business Briefs: Lenox seeks cultural district designation; Jewish Women’s Foundation grants; new Barrington Stage board member; William Pitt Sotheby’s names brokerage manager; BTCF grant...

A cultural district must be a walkable, compact area centered on existing amenities, but the benefits of the designation extend beyond formal downtown borders.

Bits & Bytes: Educators’ symposium at Norman Rockwell Museum; Radius Playwrights Festival; ‘Clever Little Lies’ at the Ghent Playhouse; BioEYES science program

The Radius Playwrights Festival features fully staged readings of the six selected new short plays created by local writers within a 50-mile radius of Great Barrington.

Business Briefs: Record-breaking season for Jacob’s Pillow; Pungl launch event; ambulance services merger; new Tunnel City Coffee location; BTCF grant deadlines

Pungl connects donors with the charitable work that means the most to them, whether in their backyards or halfway across the world.

Business Briefs: BTCF grant deadlines; Cultural Council designation for the Mount; October Mountain grand opening; Celebrate the Berkshires; WAM Theatre grants and nominations; Shred...

Hailed as America’s premier summer music festival, Tanglewood has been the summer home of the BSO since its creation in 1937, providing high-quality musical performances amidst the pastoral beauty of the Berkshires.

Business Briefs: Flying Cloud founder to step down; BTCF summer grants; name change for Donovan & O’Connor

As Flying Cloud’s founder and first executive director, Jane Burke has overseen the organization’s growth from an inventive experiment on a family farm in New Marlborough to an effective educational force reaching more than 3,500 young people.

Bits & Bytes: DCSC May line-up; Simon’s Rock jazz concert; Lee Greener Gateway Clean-up; Williams College’s Olmsted Awards; ‘Avenue Q’ at BCC

Three hours later the groups reassembled at the town’s gazebo, having collected more than 200 large bags of trash and recyclables which filled a truck to overflowing and most of a nearby dumpster.
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