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Friday

Fair game: The 41st Adams Agricultural Fair at Bowe Field, off Route 8, is filled with fun events for all ages. The fair begins tonight at 6 p.m. with a truck pull by Western Mass Pullers Association at 6:30. Saturday brings it all with horse pulls, "Pups in the Air" show featuring Australian Shepards catching Frisbees and showing their incredible talent running and jumping. Evening entertainment is the Hot Shot Hillbilly Band at 7 with numerous events and exhibits all day. Sunday of course is the ox pull and Demolition Derby at 2. Events and hall exhibits are open all day.  Amusements, demonstrations, food and much more plus children's games all weekend. Admission is $4 on Friday and Saturday and $7 on Sunday. Check out the fair website.

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Saturday

Comic relief: The Berkshire Art Association and Comic and Cartoon Art present "Reimagined! An International Show of Comic and Cartoon Art" from Aug. 1-29, 2015 at the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts gallery at 28 Renne Ave. Superheroes, artists and friends are invited to join the opening party tonight from 4 to 7 p.m. This family-friendly event, sponsored by Berkshire Gas, will feature music by High Adventure!, face painting, and comic art making by Michael Vincent Bushy and Joe Staton. Festive comic-inspired attire and costumes are encouraged but not required.

Social event: Wild Oats Market will host an ice cream social to benefit the Williamstown Youth Center today from 1 to 4 p.m. The cost is $5 per adult and $3 per child for children 12 years and younger. Local ice cream will be served, and toppings will include homemade hot fudge sauce from the bakery, fruit and berry toppings from the Produce Case, almonds & walnuts, chocolate drops, blueberry granola and whipped cream.

 

 


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Sunday

Lab work: Williams College Summer Theater Lab performances continue in the CenterStage of the ‘62 Center of Theatre and Dance with Original Company Works tonight at 7 p.m. This July, Summer Theater Lab participated in a two week playwriting workshop. During those weeks, students wrote and workshopped plays under the instruction of critically acclaimed playwright Martyna Majok. Six of those works will be read in a one night only event on Sunday evening. They are as follows: gin & tonic by Kimberly Golding ‘16,  Baking Soda Volcano by Daniel Brandes ‘18, The Business Man by Caroline McArdle ‘18, and excerpts from The Torchbearer’s Sermon by Venson Williams ‘16, Baby Red Bird by Miranda Hanson ‘17, Underworld by Scott Lipman ‘18, and [A Yet to Be Titled Musical] by Eveyln Mahon ‘18. The students will continue to work on their plays over the next coming weeks,  some which will be staged during Open Lab Weekend (Aug. 13–15). Reserve your free tickets online or call 413-597-4839.

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