Annual Lanesborough Block Party Draws Hundreds

By Marc J. WrzesinskiSpecial to iBerkshires
Print Story | Email Story
See more photos from the block party here.

LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The 6th annual Lanesborough Firemen's Association Block Dance was in full swing at Laston Field by the time featured band Whiskey City stepped on stage.

Blackwater had the crowd — a mix of all ages — pumped up for the fundraising event's finale band.

Notable vendors included Ye Olde Forge, Riga-Bello's Fried Dough and Krispy Kone.

Association Treasurer PJ Pannesco said about 900 were expected to attend the block dance, about on par with other years. Organized by co-Chairmen Steven Michalak and Jeff Dechaine, the event raises money for maintaining the fire station, as well training programs, new equipment and community education.

The Block Dance continues to be the largest locally organized event in Lanesborough and is considered to be one of the summer's biggest highlights for the town.


Tags: block party,   

0 Comments
iBerkshires.com welcomes critical, respectful dialogue; please keep comments focused on the issues and not on personalities. Profanity, obscenity, racist language and harassment are not allowed. iBerkshires reserves the right to ban commenters or remove commenting on any article at any time. Concerns may be sent to info@iberkshires.com.

iBerkshires.com Text Ads

Rio Cafe, G.Barrington

Breakfast all day,Lunch, Mexican Specialties, Smoothies,SoCo Ice Cream 7am-3pm daily /528-9746

www.facebook.com

Hot Tomatoes

Making The Best and Most Creative Pizza In The Berkshires. Pittsfield, MA and Williamstown, MA

www.hottomatoespizza.com

Luau Hale Restaurant

Asain Polynesian Restaurant. Open Every Day 11:30am-10:00pm. 569 Pittsfield Lenox Rd (413)443-474

www.luauhale.net

Support Local News

We show up at hurricanes, budget meetings, high school games, accidents, fires and community events. We show up at celebrations and tragedies and everything in between. We show up so our readers can learn about pivotal events that affect their communities and their lives.

How important is local news to you? You can support independent, unbiased journalism and help iBerkshires grow for as a little as the cost of a cup of coffee a week.

Recent Stories

<MORE>

BerkshireCoupons.com

<MORE>