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Lenox, 10 am to 12 pm
Beavers are some of our hardiest mammals, remaining active under the ice all winter long. We will search for the signs of what these thick-furred creatures are doing in the coldest days of the year. Along the way we will search for signs of other active winter mammals of Pleasant Valley like porcupine, fisher, fox, and deer.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED. No "walk-in" participants may attend. All participants are asked to follow and maintain six feet of distance and wear a face covering unless unable to do so due to medical conditions. Dress for the weather and prepare for uneven terrain. Snowshoes or other traction assistance may be required depending on conditions. Pre-Registration is required at www.massaudubon.org/
DEWEY PRESENTS: PHOTOGRAPHY WALK ON THE SHEFFIELD GREEN
Sheffield, 10 am
Join local professional photographer Thad Kubis and walk our town while learning to compose and design images of some of our town’s landmarks and buildings. The walk will begin at Dewey Hall and explore Depot Square, the railroad tracks, Sheffield Green, and Center cemetery (off Berkshire School Road).
Pre-registration required (fill out form at https://www.deweyhall.org/
VENTFORT HALL: ASHINTULLY REMEMBERED
Lenox, 3:30 pm
Berkshire County native Holly McLennan Ketron, raised at Ashintully in Tyringham, will give a visual presentation on the magnificent Palladian mansion’s history and its architecture. Titled “Ashintully Remembered: Postwar Living in a Gilded Age House,” the speaker will focus on its role as home to its builders, Robb de Peyster Tytus and his wife, Grace, as well as the year-round residence of Grace’s son, composer John McLennan and his family. Ketron will give her talk via Zoom on Saturday, February 27 at 3:30 pm.
The Ketron talk is offered via Zoom and a suggested donation of $20 is appreciated. To attend on Zoom sign up at https://ventfort02272021.