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QUAKER MEETING HOUSE OPEN
Adams, 1 to 4 pm

The Quaker Meeting House in Adams was built in 1782 by the East Hoosuck Meeting of the Society of Friends.  Essentially unchanged since its construction, it was the place of worship of the family of Susan B. Anthony, born in Adams in 1820. Free tours by members of the Adams Historical Society. Current Covid protocols followed.


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MANCHESTER MUSIC FESTIVAL: YOUNG ARTISTS CONCERT
, 11 a.m. & 5 p.m.
Chamber music concert featuring the rising stars of our Young Artists Program performing works by Beethoven, Bernstein, and Svendsen. More information available at www.mmfvt.orghttp://www.mmfvt.org or (802) 362-1956.
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"WOMEN OF TYRINGHAM - AN ORIGINAL ORAL HISTORY THEATER PROJECT"
Tyringham, 11 am

TYRINGHAM, MA - (July 6, 2021) UBU Theater presents an original site-specific, oral history theatrical production, Women of Tyringham. Conceived, produced and directed by Ann Gallo. Co-written with author Rachel Urquhart. Performed by residents of Tyringham, MA, (population 416). Performances on July 24, 25, 31and August 1 at 11:00 AM, outdoors in the Tyringham Cemetery Field, Church Road, Tyringham, MA. Bring a lawn chair.


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BERKSHIRE THEATRE GROUP: THE WIZARD OF OZ
Pittsfield, 2 p.m.

Reimagined musical adventure is full of world travelers, carnivals and sideshows for families outside under the Big Tent on the grounds of the Colonial Theatre. Adult: $50; Child (16 and Under): $25. Tickets available here.


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FAMILY FLICKS UNDER THE STARS- MOANA (2016)
Williamstown, 8 p.m.

Images Cinema presents Family Flicks Under the Stars starting Sunday, July 18. The films will be shown outdoors on Morgan Lawn, at the top of Spring Street in Williamstown, MA, starting around 8 pm. Admission is free; concessions will be available for purchase on site. Bring your own chairs and blankets. Bug spray is also recommended. In case of rain, the event is canceled. Find more details at imagescinema.org.


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“FIELD DAY” OUTDOOR SCULPTURE EXHIBIT IN SANDISFIELD
Sandisfield, 9am to 5pm

The Sandisfield Arts Center is the recipient of all proceeds from an outdoor sculpture exhibit taking place in July in a 5-acre field at 186 Sandisfield Rd (Route 57) in Sandisfield. 20 artists from Massachusetts and Connecticut have installed their work among ferns and wildflowers along a wide path mown for easy access.  “Field Day” is open on weekends throughout the month of July from 9am – 5pm. Admission is “pay what you can” with a suggested donation of $20 per person for adults.  More information at Sandisfieldartscenter.org


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THE MOUNT SUMMER LECTURE SERIES: JANICE P. NIMURA
Lenox, 4 pm

Monday, July 26 & Tuesday, July 27: Janice P. Nimura, The Doctors Blackwell: How Two Pioneering Sisters Brought Medicine to Women and Women to Medicine

Janice P. Nimura returns to The Mount to discuss her latest biography, a riveting dual biography of America’s first female physicians.


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KIDS 4 HARMONY VIRTUAL GALA
Pittsfield, 7 p.m.
Kids 4 Harmony, a program of 18 Degrees will host our FREE Kids 4 Harmony Virtual Gala featuring our musicians from Pittsfield and North Adams. We will be honoring Mayor Linda Tyer from Pittsfield and Mayor Tom Bernard from North Adams The evening will include a special performance by Emanuel Ax and the Kids 4 Harmony Elayne P. Bernstein Octet. For more information visit: www.18degreesma.org/2021gala
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LANESBOROUGH PUBLIC LIBRARY: STORYTIME OUTSIDE!
Lanesborough, 10:30 a.m.
The Lanesborough Public Library is hosting Storytime Outside! Join us for a story and music with Librarian Chris Erb and folk singer/music instructor Alice Spatz. This program will include a story, and music/movement that will have kids and their caregivers clapping, dancing and singing together. We are meeting on the grounds of the Lanesborough Water Department at 20 Bridge St in Lanesborough (just down the street from the library). Please bring a blanket or chairs to sit on. FREE, no registration required. Children must be accompanied by an adult. This event will be cancelled in the case of rain. Go to our website, www.lanesboroughlibrary.weebly.com, or call us at 413-442-0222 for further information.
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RECREATE
Williamstown, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Join ROOTS Teen Center for our outdoor, recreation program.  Forest navigation, hiking, painting, photography & more! Paid trail maintenance available! Age 13-18 July 27th - August 13th (Tuesdays and Thursdays only) email dropin@rootsteencenter.org today!
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THE MOUNT SUMMER LECTURE SERIES: JANICE P. NIMURA
Lenox, 11 am

Monday, July 26 & Tuesday, July 27: Janice P. Nimura, The Doctors Blackwell: How Two Pioneering Sisters Brought Medicine to Women and Women to Medicine

Janice P. Nimura returns to The Mount to discuss her latest biography, a riveting dual biography of America’s first female physicians.


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VENTFORT HALL: THE MURDER OF TUTANKHAMEN
Lenox, 4 pm

Known in the rarefied world of Egyptology as Mr. Mummy, Bob Brier returns to Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum with a visual presentation titled “The Murder of Tutankhamen.”  To be seen also via Zoom, the renowned Egyptologist will present his talk on July 27 at 4:00 pm as part of the museum’s Tuesday Talks.

The admission for the Brier talk is $20 per person whether via Zoom or by attending at Ventfort Hall.  Reservations for attending the talk at Ventfort Hall are required by calling 413-637-3206. To order on Zoom visit https://ventfort07272021.eventbrite.com 


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BERKSHIRE THEATRE GROUP: THE WIZARD OF OZ
Pittsfield, 7 p.m.

Reimagined musical adventure is full of world travelers, carnivals and sideshows for families outside under the Big Tent on the grounds of the Colonial Theatre. Adult: $50; Child (16 and Under): $25. Tickets available here.


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THE MOUNT: OUTDOOR YOGA
Lenox, 8 am

$20

Join us every Tuesday from May 4 to August 31 for an outdoor, all-level yoga class. Instructors from Lenox Yoga will guide you through a gentle morning practice as you immerse yourself in the beauty of The Mount's grounds and gardens.


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THE MOUNT: BIRD WALKS WITH MASS AUDUBON
Lenox, 8 to 10 am

Free with reservation

Learn skills to bird by sight and sound, and tips for exploring different habitats in search of swallows, woodpeckers, thrushes, and warblers. Mass Audubon’s Zach Adams and Dale Abrams lead the walks and love sharing their passion for birds with others. Walks last two hours and depart from the main parking lot near The Mount’s ticket booth. Please bring binoculars.


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BERKSHIRE THEATRE GROUP: THE WIZARD OF OZ
Pittsfield, 2 & 7

Reimagined musical adventure is full of world travelers, carnivals and sideshows for families outside under the Big Tent on the grounds of the Colonial Theatre. Adult: $50; Child (16 and Under): $25. Tickets available here.


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THE CONCERTS AT WINDSOR LAKE
North Adams, 6:30 p.m.

Mr. Doubtfire - Concerts at Windsor Lake Summer Series, This FREE weekly concert series is hosted by the City and made possible by Greylock Federal Credit Union.


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MANCHESTER MUSIC FESTIVAL: MAINSTAGE CONCERT
, 2 & 7:30
Chamber music concert featuring Axel Strauss, violin; Peter Stumpf, cello; and Craig Sheppard, piano performing works by Händel/Halvorsen, Mozart, Brahms, and Schumann. Sit indoors or outside on the Arkell Lawn. Evening performances livestreamed to the MMF Digital Concert Hall. More information available at www.mmfvt.org or (802) 362-1956.
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BERKSHIRE THEATRE GROUP: THE WIZARD OF OZ
Pittsfield, 7 p.m.

Reimagined musical adventure is full of world travelers, carnivals and sideshows for families outside under the Big Tent on the grounds of the Colonial Theatre. Adult: $50; Child (16 and Under): $25. Tickets available here.


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THE MOUNT: GHOST TOURS
Lenox

$25 Adult; $20 Youth (12-18)

Take a special guided tour of the most eerie parts of the estate to find out who, or what, may still call The Mount home! Times and exact dates on our website.


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FREE VIRTUAL FAMILIES DANCE TOGETHER
, 3 p.m.

Jacob's Pillow artist educator Elizabeth Johnson Levine and dance exchange artists Juliana Pontugá, Thomas Tyger Moore, and Judith Bauer invite you to get the whole household moving during free online workshops on Fridays at 3 through Aug. 27.No special preparation needed. Register and receive link RSVPs by 10:30 a.m. day of class; link posted on website after that. In collaboration with Becket Arts Center. Registration link here.  


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BANG ON A CAN AND MASS MOCA
North Adams, 4 - 11 p.m.
Bang on a Can and MASS MoCA present LOUD Weekend, a fully loaded eclectic super-mix of minimal, experimental and electronic music. Highlights include: The electric Bang on a Can All-Stars perform Terry Riley’s Autodreamographical Tales, a wildly unique creation from one of America’s most iconic composers and the All-Stars’ forthcoming release on Cantaloupe Music; the singular Kronos Quartet perform two concerts of new music including world premieres by minimalist godfather Terry Riley, Mary Kouyoumdjian, Sky Macklay, and more; Nathalie Joachim performs Fanm d’Ayiti (Women of Haiti), her highly praised tribute to three pioneering Haitian female musicians—Carole Demesmin, Emerante de Pradines and Toto Bissainthe—weaving together their voices, stories and traditional Haitian folk music traditions; inspiringly inventive composer-performer Mazz Swift performs a solo set featuring her unique blend of avant-violin and voice; a special 75th birthday tribute to acclaimed composer and teacher Martin Bresnick; FEMENINE – composer Julius Eastman’s monumental fusion of minimalism and  jazz-informed improvisation; world premieres by Terry Riley, Frederic Rzewski, Mary Kouyoumdjian, Sky Macklay, Theo Baer, Nathan Bales, Erich Barganier, Brandon Becker, Melika Fitzhugh, Brian Krock, Lila Meretzky, Christian Quiñones; and much more!
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BANG ON A CAN AND MASS MOCA
North Adams, 4 - 11:00 p.m.
LOUD Weekend - a fully loaded eclectic super-mix of minimal, experimental and electronic music -  launched in 2019 as an expansion of Bang on a Can's long-running Bang on a Can Marathon, multiplying that inclusive and ambitious programming from one day, to multiple days. Full schedule to announced. Highlights of LOUD Weekend on July 30 and 31 include:  The electric Bang on a Can All-Stars perform Terry Riley's Autodreamographical Tales, a wildly unique creation from one of America's most iconic composers and the All-Stars' forthcoming release on Cantaloupe Music; the singular Kronos Quartet perform two concerts of new music including world premieres by minimalist godfather Terry Riley, Mary Kouyoumdjian, Sky Macklay, and more; Nathalie Joachim performs Fanm d'Ayiti (Women of Haiti), her highly praised tribute to three pioneering Haitian female musicians-Carole Demesmin, Emerante de Pradines and Toto Bissainthe-weaving together their voices, stories and traditional Haitian folk music traditions; inspiringly inventive composer-performer Mazz Swift performs a solo set featuring her unique blend of avant-violin and voice; a special 75th birthday tribute to acclaimed composer and teacher Martin Bresnick; FEMENINE - composer Julius Eastman's monumental fusion of minimalism and  jazz-informed improvisation; world premieres by Terry Riley, Frederic Rzewski, Mary Kouyoumdjian, Sky Macklay, Theo Baer, Nathan Bales, Erich Barganier, Brandon Becker, Melika Fitzhugh, Brian Krock, Lila Meretzky, Christian Quinones; and much more!   http://bangonacan.org   $95-$150.
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BERKSHIRE THEATRE GROUP: THE WIZARD OF OZ
Pittsfield, 7 p.m.

Reimagined musical adventure is full of world travelers, carnivals and sideshows for families outside under the Big Tent on the grounds of the Colonial Theatre. Adult: $50; Child (16 and Under): $25. Tickets available here.


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THE MOUNT: GHOST TOURS
Lenox

$25 Adult; $20 Youth (12-18)

Take a special guided tour of the most eerie parts of the estate to find out who, or what, may still call The Mount home! Times and exact dates on our website.


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MOUNT GREYLOCK STORYWALKS
Lanesborough

Self-guided walk through the visitor center meadows of Mount Greylock State Reservation features the children's book "Summer's Flight, Pollen's Delight" by Flora C. Caputo. Suitable for young children. See website for more information.  Runs daily through Aug. 17.


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DEWEY MEMORIAL HALL: YOUNG AT HEART SERIES
Sheffield, 10 am

Roger the Jester 

Dewey Hall’s “Young at Heart" series is family friendly and welcomes all ages. “Young at Heart” occurs weekly on Saturday mornings starting at 10am. The series will feature different art forms each week in an engaging light-hearted way. “Young at Heart” will take place outside at Dewey Hall.


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BANG ON A CAN AND MASS MOCA
North Adams, 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Bang on a Can and MASS MoCA present LOUD Weekend, a fully loaded eclectic super-mix of minimal, experimental and electronic music. Highlights include: The electric Bang on a Can All-Stars perform Terry Riley’s Autodreamographical Tales, a wildly unique creation from one of America’s most iconic composers and the All-Stars’ forthcoming release on Cantaloupe Music; the singular Kronos Quartet perform two concerts of new music including world premieres by minimalist godfather Terry Riley, Mary Kouyoumdjian, Sky Macklay, and more; Nathalie Joachim performs Fanm d’Ayiti (Women of Haiti), her highly praised tribute to three pioneering Haitian female musicians—Carole Demesmin, Emerante de Pradines and Toto Bissainthe—weaving together their voices, stories and traditional Haitian folk music traditions; inspiringly inventive composer-performer Mazz Swift performs a solo set featuring her unique blend of avant-violin and voice; a special 75th birthday tribute to acclaimed composer and teacher Martin Bresnick; FEMENINE – composer Julius Eastman’s monumental fusion of minimalism and  jazz-informed improvisation; world premieres by Terry Riley, Frederic Rzewski, Mary Kouyoumdjian, Sky Macklay, Theo Baer, Nathan Bales, Erich Barganier, Brandon Becker, Melika Fitzhugh, Brian Krock, Lila Meretzky, Christian Quiñones; and much more!
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"WOMEN OF TYRINGHAM - AN ORIGINAL ORAL HISTORY THEATER PROJECT"
Tyringham, 11 am

UBU Theater presents an original site-specific, oral history theatrical production, Women of Tyringham. Conceived, produced and directed by Ann Gallo. Co-written with author Rachel Urquhart. Performed by residents of Tyringham, MA, (population 416). Performances on July 24, 25, 31and August 1 at 11:00 AM, outdoors in the Tyringham Cemetery Field, Church Road, Tyringham, MA. Bring a lawn chair.


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BECKET ATHENAEUM: STORYTELLING BY ESHU BUMPUS
Becket, 11:30 am to 12:30 pm

Held outdoors under tents at 12 Brooker Hill Rd Becket MA (behind the Mullen House, across the street from the library)
Preregistration appreciated: bit.ly/BA-storytelling
Seating is on grass. Bring your own blanket.


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