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BHS ART GALLERY OPENING
Pittsfield, 5:30-8 p.m.
Berkshire Humane Society celebrates the official opening of its new Berkshire Humane Society Art Gallery, underwritten by the Appelbaum-Kahn Foundation. The gallery is presented in collaboration with and curated by the Richmond-West Stockbridge Artist’s Guild. The public is invited to peruse the art – featuring animals, nature, wildlife and landscapes – while enjoying light refreshments. At 6 p.m., Karen Carmean, Guild President, and Keith Emerling, artist, shelter volunteer and member of the Guild, will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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BHS ART GALLERY OPENING
Pittsfield, 5:30-8 p.m.
Berkshire Humane Society celebrates the official opening of its new Berkshire Humane Society Art Gallery, underwritten by the Appelbaum-Kahn Foundation. The gallery is presented in collaboration with and curated by the Richmond-West Stockbridge Artist’s Guild. The public is invited to peruse the art – featuring animals, nature, wildlife and landscapes – while enjoying light refreshments. At 6 p.m., Karen Carmean, Guild President, and Keith Emerling, artist, shelter volunteer and member of the Guild, will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL CELEBRATION
Pittsfield, 6 p.m.
St. Joseph Central High School will be holding an event to celebrate the fellowship, memories, and traditions of the school at the Crowne Plaza in Pittsfield. Many alumni, past and present faculty and administrators, and friends of St. Joe will be in attendance. There will be dinner, light music, a brief program, cash bar, and many memories shared of the school’s illustrious history. The cost is $50 per person to enjoy a celebration 120 years in the making. Reserve tickets at 413-443-9686.
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BFAIR ANNUAL MEETING
Williamstown, 7:30 a.m.
Berkshire Family & Individual Resources will host their annual meeting at the Williams Inn, located at Routes 7 & 2 in Williamstown.  The breakfast will include the presentation of several awards for employee recognition, as well as the recognition of the community partner of the year, Cascade School Supply. This year's keynote address, "Diagnosis to Success: One family’s perspective," will be delivered by Robin Meyer and Greg Roach. The parents of a teenage son living with autism, they will discuss the challenges of diagnosis, community and school supports, and what the future holds for their son. RSVP by April 21 to Carol Fox by calling 413.664.9382 ext. 40, emailing cfox@bfair.org or online.  A suggested donation of $10 may be made at the door.

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FIGMENT
North Adams, 3-9:30 p.m.
Figment is coming back to North Adams, at Windsor Lake. Figment is a free, participatory arts event where everyone is welcome to explore their creativity and get involved in the creation of art. The event is free. Everyone is welcome to submit a project regardless of age or experience.

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ARBOR DAY FEST
Adams, 6 p.m.
Tamarack Hollow Nature & Cultural Center will present an Arbor Day Fest at The PNA, 13 Victory St. The event will feature Trio Candela with members of SIFER, CJ Field, Tom Corrigan, Chris Samson, Josh Pisano, drumming with Berkshire Rhythm Keepers & Youth Center Inc., tree Exhibits and tree Activities with Tamarack Hollow; treeyoga demos with Mary Parkman & guests and more. All ages are welcome; a $5-$20 donation is suggested for adults to benefit the Tamarack Hollow Nature & Cultural Center.

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SVHC SPRING SOIREE
Williamstown, 6 p.m.
The Spring Soirée—a new event to benefit cardiology and orthopedic services at Southwestern Vermont Health Care—is scheduled at The Clark in Williamstown. The event will include delectable fair paired with fine wine and microbrews and dancing in addition to a $5,000 cash raffle. To add to the excitement, the event also includes an online art auction. Bidding is open now and runs until May 3 online.

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WORDXWORD YOUTH POETRY FESTIVAL FINALE
Pittsfield, 2 p.m.
The second annual Outspoken Youth Poetry Festival finale will be presented at the Berkshire Museum. Outspoken, which includes workshops, peer-led open mics, and competitive poetry slams for youth ages 15 - 24, is intended to inspire and foster creativity, collaboration, and empowerment in a shared, supportive space.  WordXWord is committed to changing lives by giving voice and audience to the real truths of diverse individuals in the world around us. The event is free.

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