HillcrestFest Returns For Second Year

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Hillcrest Educational Centers is hosting its second annual HillcrestFest for children and families on Saturday, June 2, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Hillcrest Educational Centers' administrative offices, located at 788 South St. All activities and performances are free and there is no admission charge.

The event will feature national renowned musician David Grover, Bowey the Clown Show, pony rides, bounce houses, face painting, spin and balloon art, raffle, and a digital photo booth. Ice cream is also free with hot dogs, hamburgers and beverages available for $1.

For parking, a continuous shuttle service will run from Berkshire Life Insurance Company at 700 South St., less than one mile from Hillcrest Educational Centers' administrative offices. Limited parking will be available at Hillcrest Educational Centers. In the event of heavy rain, the fair will be postponed until early September. For questions contact Sheila Mason, Hillcrest’s Director of Development and Community Outreach, at smason@hillcrestec.org or 413-499-7924, ext. 133.
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