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Williamstown, 1-4 p.m.
The Bee Friendly Williamstown campaign is organizing a community planting at The Spruces. Community volunteers willl be planting 44 shrubs (red twig dogwood, button bush, yellow twig dogwood, pussy willow and clethra) between the pond and the sidewalk along Route 2/Main St., in order to provide pollinator forage and habitat, and enhance the potential of The Spruces as a natural oasis.
TONY DITERLIZZI FAMILY DAY
Stockbridge, 1-4 p.m.
Norman Rockwell Museum will present a family day with artist Tony DiTerlizzi to celebrate the final weekend of its current exhibition of the illustrator’s work. The special closing event will feature drawing demonstrations, exhibition tours, readings, and a talk and book signing by the artist. The family day is free for museum members, children 18 and under, or included with museum admission.
TOMATO WORKSHOP SERIES
Dalton, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
White Goose Gardens at Holiday Brook Farm will host a workshop on planting tomatoes instructed by Kate Carney-Pike. The workshop will include care of transplants and proper planting, soil amendments, trellising options for large and small-scale farming, basic plant care and a Q&A session. The cost is $20; RSVP online.
Great Barrington, 11:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Want to see your Aura' Enjoy an Aura Photography session and you will have a photo of your aura energy field to take with you.During this private session you will gain insights on what the colors indicate, discover which specific colors are helpful for maintaining your balance and increasing your vitality and ideas to support your health based on your unique energy field. Choose between a single or double photo session. The single photo captures the layers of the aura closest to you. The double session includes that as well as another photo taken on a different setting which shows the outer aura $37 for a single photo, $63 for a double call 413-528-2595 to register or visit our website www.crystalwellness.com
BIDWELL HOUSE CONCERT
Monterey, 3 p.m.
The Bidwell House Museum, the Berkshires’ own early American history museum, will open for the season on Memorial Day weekend. The museum is opening with a concert and reception featuring inger-songwriter Diane Taraz will perform “A Silver Dagger: Exploring Women’s History Through Folksongs.” Tours will begin on Monday, May 28.
LECTURE ON MUSIC AND HEALING
Pittsfield, 3 p.m.
Local vocalist and Pittsfield native Marisa Massery will be giving a lecture titled: “Music, Healing and Conflict: Balancing Science and Intuition” at Zion Lutheran Church at 74 First St. The lecture is the culmination of the research she conducted for her graduate degree from the School for International Training in Brattleboro, Vt. Through interviews with local musicians and healing practitioners from New England, the presentation explores the distance between music, healing and conflict. The research examines the dynamics of continued scientific advancement in light of Non-Western ways of knowing.
SPRING BIRD WALK/CENSUS
Windsor, 7-10 a.m.
A Boreal Spruce-Fir Forest Spring Bird Walk/Census will be held at the Tamarack Hollow Nature & Cultural Center at Tamarack Hollow with master birder John Green Jr. Email to register; there is a $10 suggested donation.
- The Secret City: Sunday Revival in Praise of Art
- Orange Star Smasharoo! Country Western Dinner Theater Farce
- Maestro Doolally and the Choir
- Leatherheads: Tales from the Berkshire Firefighting Heroes
- Danny’s at the Fair: Fun Loving Agricultural Variety Show
- May, 14 - Animals, Art, and Philosophy
- May, 07 - Hudson Bohr ?18 Photography Show
- Apr, 02 - Equal Access
- Mar, 05 - Theresa Morley-McLaughlin ?21
- Mar, 05 - Kimberly Hadaway ?21