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Friday

Go west (to Pittsfield): Round up your family and friends because this year’s Festival of Trees - "Westward Ho Ho Ho!' is going to be a foot-stompin’, hee-hawin’ good time. At the preview party tonight from 5:30-7:30 p.m., get in the covered wagon and visit the western frontier. Enjoy toe-tappin’ tunes with Andy Wrba and Friends and enjoy chuck wagon snack favorites. This year, the Festival of Trees will be presented in the galleries along with our exciting exhibitions National Geographic Greatest Photographs of the American West and Go West. The cost is $50 for adults, $25 for children. Get tickets online call 413-443-7171 ext. 313.

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Saturday

Food and family: Pine Cobble School’s celebrates its third annual Family Food Day today from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event — which includes a 5K run/walk, fundraising for local food banks, an educational farmers’ market with delicious food samples, family activities, and farm animals — takes place at Pine Cobble School, 163 Gale Road. Family Food Day will feature local farmers, food-related organizations, and groups that promote environmental sustainability. In addition to kid-friendly taste samples and activities related to sustainable farming, many products will be available to purchase. The road race starts at 9:45 a.m. For more information, visit www.pinecobble.org or call 413-458-4680.

 


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Sunday

Remembering Noah: 5k run and 1M fun walk/run to benefit the scholarship fund of Noah Brown will be held at the Adams Visitors Center at 9:30 a.m. Noah was only 8 years old when we was struck and killed by a car in June 2015. He was in the third grade with just 11 days of school left and was on The Elks Little League team. Besides baseball (he loved the Red Sox) he loved Minecraft and Pokémon, Bey Blades, and being with his family. He resided with both parents and loved all his animals, four dogs and two cats. This fund was set up by Noah's paternal Mimi and Papa and his Auntie Steph so that his name will not be forgotten. Details on Facebook.

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