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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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PRIYA DARSHINI PERFORMS TWO SHOWS AT RACE BROOK LODGE
Sheffield, 3 pm and 730 pm

Grammy-nominated vocalist Priya Darshini displays an exciting combination of range, technique, unconventional compositions, a feminist perspective, and a prodigious voice.

 

Race Brook Lodge, Sheffield MA

864 S. Undermountain Rd, Sheffield, MA. 01257

For dinner or room reservations call  (413) 229-2916

3pm and 730pm, $30 Advance / $35 day-of performance

More info & Tickets: https://rblodge.com/event-calendar/2021-08/priya-darshini

 

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CLARK ART: NORWEGIAN FOOD TALK AND TASTING
Williamstown, 3 pm

n Sunday, August 1, noted culinary expert Darra Goldstein hosts an afternoon celebrating Norwegian culinary traditions. This event, inspired by the Clark’s exhibition Nikolai Astrup: Visions of Norway, starts at 3 pm and takes place at the Lunder Center at Stone Hill. Tickets are $10. Space is limited, and advance registration is required. Visit clarkart.edu/events for more information and to register.


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FARM + ART MARKET
Richmond, Noon to 4 p.m.
Come join us at a lovely restored 1850's barn for a wonderful vendor market. Handmade and local! Artisans, herbal products, meat and produce, jewelry, crafts and art. Stay awhile and sip some herbal the. Take in the beautiful views of of mountains and horses and breathe some country air!
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THE MOUNT CONCERTS IN THE DELL: AN EVENING OF JAZZ-KLEZMER FUSION WITH CLARINETIST WITH PAUL GREEN
Lenox, 5 to 8 pm
Members $15, General $20, 18 and under free
 
A brand-new music series presented each Thursday evening in August on our newly build stage in the gently sloping field just below the stable. SoMA Catering will be onsite with a food truck and pizza oven.

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VENTFORT HALL: NUTSHELL PLAYHOUSE TOP BANANAS
Lenox, 10:30 am

Sunday, July 11, 1:30 pm and Friday August 6, 10:30 amTOP BANANAS! “Is a fantasy filled performance of visual and musical delights,” says Jordan.  The cast includes Annie Anaconda, the Singing Snake; Engelburt, the Morphing Puppet Storyteller; the Singing Saw by Zesty; Tap Dancing by Nemonee, and A Motley Crew of Instruments played by Donut. Also listed are “Brand Spanking New Songs and Nutshell Classic Tunes with Don Jordan accompanying. As Always…Our Usual Abundance of Frolicsome Shenanigans.”

Who is the ace, the head honcho, the big enchilada, the big wig, the second to none?  Performers Maizy Broderick Scarpa, Mark Hohlstein and Stefanie Weber discover that being top banana is nowhere near as good as being part of a banana split.


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TAPROOT SESSIONS: THE REVELERS
Sheffield, 3, 5, and 7 p.m.

TapRoot Sessions: The Revelers

Louisiana supergroup ... a tonic of swamp-pop, Cajun, country, blues, and zydeco
 
Sunday, August 8, shows at 3pm, 5pm, 7pm.
  • There are three concerts (one hour in length). The space opens 15 minutes before each show.
  • Dewey Hall Back Yard, Dewey Hall, 91 Main Street, Sheffield, MA 01257 (indoors if it rains, more info below Band bio)
  • Contact: taprootsessions@gmail.com, 413 429 1176
  • Tickets: $25 advance discount, $30 at the door and week prior.
  • Enjoy 10% off pizza at Roberto's Pizza the day of the concert (show your ticket). Picnicking welcome, non alcoholic beverages only.
  • Please bring a chair or blanket for outdoor seating. In the event of rain, the concert will move inside with distanced seating. Masks may be required inside. 

Tickets:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/taproot-sessions-the-revelers-tickets-160843594521


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THE MOUNT: MUCH ADO ABOUT SHAKESPEARE
Lenox, 6 pm

Free with reservation
This concert will feature texts by William Shakespeare sung by members of Berkshire Opera Festival’s cast of Falstaff. Artistic Director Brian Garman will explore how different composers were inspired by the words of the man largely regarded as the greatest writer of the English language.


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THE MOUNT CONCERTS IN THE DELL:AN EVENING OF SWING AND GYPSY JAZZ WITH THE LUCKY 5
Lenox, 5 to 8 pm
Members $15, General $20, 18 and under free
 
A brand-new music series presented each Thursday evening in August on our newly build stage in the gently sloping field just below the stable. SoMA Catering will be onsite with a food truck and pizza oven.

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

Family Dance Around the World

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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THE MOUNT: SCULPTURENOW ARTIST LED TOUR
Lenox, 2 to 4 pm

$15 adults; $12 for seniors and youths, 10 and under are free

Each month, an exhibiting artist will lead a guided tour through the 2021 SculptureNow exhibition. Entry will be timed and by reservation only. We ask that you do not bring dogs to this tour.


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THE MOUNT CONCERTS IN THE DELL: AN EVENING OF JAZZ AND R&B WITH THE WANDA HOUSTON BAND
Lenox, 5 to 8 pm
Members $15, General $20, 18 and under free
 
A brand-new music series presented each Thursday evening in August on our newly build stage in the gently sloping field just below the stable. SoMA Catering will be onsite with a food truck and pizza oven.

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NRW: THE ART OF BREWING
Stockbridge, 1 to 4 pm

Join us for the third annual Art of Brewing Festival on August 21st.  Spend an afternoon sampling some of the best local brews and local food. Be inspired by illustration art in the galleries and on the beer cans!

 

 


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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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SONGS AND TALES OF COMMUNITY COMING TO MONTEREY COMMUNITY CENTER
Monterey, 2 to 3:45 pm
Folksinger and storyteller Tim Van Egmond will perform for a free public outdoor concert on Sunday August 22, at 2 to 3:45 PM (including a short intermission). The performance will take place under a tent at the Monterey Community Center at 468 Main Road.
 

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THE MOUNT CONCERTS IN THE DELL: AN EVENING OF BLUES AND BLUES INFUSED JAZZ, FUNK AND SOUL WITH THE MISTY BLUES BAND
Lenox, 5 to 8 pm
Members $15, General $20, 18 and under free
 
A brand-new music series presented each Thursday evening in August on our newly build stage in the gently sloping field just below the stable. SoMA Catering will be onsite with a food truck and pizza oven.

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

Tall Tales and Flights of Fancy (storytelling)

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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VENTFORT HALL: NUTSHELL PLAYHOUSE SAVING JAZZY
Lenox, 10:30 am

Saturday, July 17, 10:30 am and Saturday, August 28, 10:30 am:  SAVING JAZZY is a Musical and Visual Eco-Fantasy that asks the question, “Can Mambo and Nemonee save the beautiful but endangered Floratius Serendipitus, namely Jazzy LaFleur, The Most Beautiful Flower in the World?” Special Guests are Annie Anaconda, the Singing Snake in addition and The Ghost of King Nutinmuchinkamen.  Jordan also promises a Ride on the Tapasonic Air Transportaflyer to The Amazon Rain Forest, The North Pole and The Great Sahara Desert, where the audience will meet the show’s wonderful characters performed by Alexia Trainer and Stefanie Weber.


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

Family Dance Around the World

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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LECTURE AND FILM SCREENING: PROFESSOR MICHAEL HOBERMAN AND THE FILM “CALL US ISHMAEL,” DIRECTED BY DR. DAVID SHAERF
Pittsfield, 3 to 6 pm

Michael Hoberman, an American literature professor at Fitchburg State University, will make his case that Melville is an ideal writer for people who describe themselves as skeptical romantics. His talk highlights his own path to Melville's writing, and it will also offer a brief discussion of how he teaches two lesser-known texts ("Benito Cereno" and "The Encantadas"). Call Us Ishmael chronicles filmmaker David Shaerf's journey into the world of Herman Melville's Moby Dick. Throughout his quest he encounters artists, musicians, professors and performers, all of whom are singularly seeking the white whale. Call Us Ishmael gives viewers an insight into a community devoted to this timeless text.

$15 BCHS members, $20 non-members


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THE MOUNT: TRUE CONVERSATIONS WITH MARTHA HALL KELLY & HEIDI PITLOR
Lenox, 4 pm

Tuesday, September 7, 4:00 PM

General $20, Members $15

An engaging conversation as Heidi Pitlor, editor of The Best American Short Stories, delves deep into the writing life of best-selling author Martha Hall Kelly.


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THE MOUNT: SCULPTURENOW ARTIST LED TOUR
Lenox, 2 to 4 pm

$15 adults; $12 for seniors and youths, 10 and under are free

Each month, an exhibiting artist will lead a guided tour through the 2021 SculptureNow exhibition. Entry will be timed and by reservation only. We ask that you do not bring dogs to this tour.


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BIDWELL HOUSE: RAID ON TOWNSHIP #1 – REENACTMENT WEEKEND.
Monterey, 10 to 4 pm

Experience a recreation of raids conducted by British Regular Forces along with Native and Loyalist allies in the Mohawk Valley after the Saratoga Campaign, 1778-1783. Reenactors will put on two public battle demonstrations to show how the raids were conducted, as well as provide visitors an idea of what the military camps looked like when both the British and Continental Armies were in Campaign. Cooking and sewing projects as well as fatigue duty will help bring to life a camp during the American Revolution. Reenactment open 10-4 on Saturday and 10-2 on Sunday. Pre-registration is required. Tickets are $15/person for Members and $20/person for non-Members. Children 12 and under are Free. Tickets go on sale in August.


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BIDWELL HOUSE - RAID ON TOWNSHIP #2 – REENACTMENT WEEKEND
Monterey, 10 to 2 pm

Experience a recreation of raids conducted by British Regular Forces along with Native and Loyalist allies in the Mohawk Valley after the Saratoga Campaign, 1778-1783. Reenactors will put on two public battle demonstrations to show how the raids were conducted, as well as provide visitors an idea of what the military camps looked like when both the British and Continental Armies were in Campaign. Cooking and sewing projects as well as fatigue duty will help bring to life a camp during the American Revolution. Reenactment open 10-4 on Saturday and 10-2 on Sunday. Pre-registration is required. Tickets are $15/person for Members and $20/person for non-Members. Children 12 and under are Free. Tickets go on sale in August.


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LESLIE ODOM, JR. TO PERFORM AT MAHAIWE GALA
Great Barrington, 8 pm

Vocalist, songwriter, author, and actor Leslie Odom, Jr. will perform in an evening of live music, backed by an accompanying band, giving soulful treatments to familiar melodies and long-time favorites at the 2021 Mahaiwe Gala on Sunday, October 10 at 8 p.m. 

 


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THE MOUNT: SCULPTURENOW ARTIST LED TOUR
Lenox, 2 to 4 pm

$15 adults; $12 for seniors and youths, 10 and under are free

Each month, an exhibiting artist will lead a guided tour through the 2021 SculptureNow exhibition. Entry will be timed and by reservation only. We ask that you do not bring dogs to this tour.


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