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North Adams, 11:00 a.m. to Noon
Ready Set Grow! - Ages and Stages Event. Friday, October 27, 11:00 -12:00 p.m. At The Family Center Playroom, 210 State Street, North Adams. This interactive event is for families with children ages 3 months to 5 years. Join us to learn about your child’s developmental stage. Parents will complete a short Ages and Stages questionnaire while the children play at different learning stations. Staff will set individual meetings with parents to review results of their child’s ASQ. Each child will receive a new free book to take home. Call 413-664-4821 to register.
Stockbridge, 6 p.m.
The annual Stockbridge Halloween Parade & Pumpking Walk-About starts at the corner of Main & Pine streets and ends on the front lawn of the town offices for cider and donuts. Rain cancels.
NAUMKEAG HAUNTED HOUSE
Stockbridge, 6:30-9 p.m.
The Naumkeag Haunted House returns after a successful first year. Ideal for adults and older kids (recommended ages 12 and up), the Haunted House starts in the garden, offering a new, frightening path, and then -- for the first time -- welcomes visitors into the architectural masterpiece that is the historic mansion, where brave guests will be treated to three floors of new frights and scares. The evening begins and ends with a cash bar and refreshments. Tickets are $25; purchase tickets online in advance.
Pittsfield, 7 p.m.
The annual Pittsfield Halloween Parade begins on Tyler Street at the corner of Tyler and Smith Streets and ends at Woodlawn Avenue and features marchers and floats.
WHISPERING BONES: AN EVENING OF SPOOKY STORYTELLING
Williamstown, 7:30 p.m.
Back by popular demand! Annual telling of classic ghost stories hosted by Kelvin Keraga with some of the region's favorite storytellers, this fundraiser and evening of spooky stories returns just in time for Halloween. You’ll be sure to get a kick out of these bizarre, sometimes scary, and hilarious stories told by our company of storytellers. Proceeds support the Hubbard Hall Scholarship fund, helping to ensure that no student at Hubbard Hall is ever turned away from a class based on financial limitations. Whispering Bones – An Evening of Spooky Storytelling Friday October 27 at 7:30pm $20 Adults $10 Students Ages 6-22
MILHAM PLANETARIUM SHOWS
Williamstown, 8 p.m.
Astronomy students at Williams College will host free shows for the public at the Milham Planetarium, located inside the Old Hopkins Observatory on Main Street. Audiences will be treated to shows from the high-precision Zeiss Skymaster ZKP3/B opto-mechanical planetarium projector, installed in April 2005. For reservations (recommended) contact Michele Rech at 413-597-2188 or by email. Others will be admitted as space permits.
Paramodernities is a multidisciplinary project. It is a series of lecture-performances, or dance-experiments, generated through deconstructions of landmark modern choreographies, performed alongside contributions by scholars and writers who situate these iconic works and artists within the larger project of Modernism. Exploring foundational tenets of modern discourse—such as sovereignty, race, feminism, and nihilism—Paramodernities includes public discussions as inseparable parts of each installment. While at Williams, Yerushalmy will develop material for her installment devoted to Bob Fosse, as well as present the completed installments devoted to Martha Graham and Alvin Ailey. The world premiere will take place at Jacob’s Pillow Dance during Festival 2018. This is a work-in-progress. 62 Center
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- Nutcracker Tea Party
- Victorian Nutting Party
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- Sep, 29 - Bringing FamKeepa to Life
- Sep, 14 - Ending Dengue Fever
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