The weekend will also feature the 2nd annual Downtown Festive Frolic presented by Downtown Pittsfield Inc. with activities and shopping for all ages and Santa will return on Saturday to the Beacon Cinema on Saturday from 10 to 1 for pictures.
Berkshire Lightscapes is honing in on a plan to add lighting to Park Square.
The non-profit raised a little more than $100,000 for its plan to add lighting to City Hall, Dunham Mall, and Park Square. The Dunham Mall lights were added in the winter, decorating the walkway with rotating snowflakes, and Park Square is next.
The city's holiday tree arrived in Park Square on the eve of Thanksgiving.
Standing about 25-feet tall, the Colorado Blue Spruce was donated to the city by Timothy Rapkowicz of Euclid Avenue. City worker fell the tree from the property Wednesday morning and with the help of LP Adams, which donated the use of a crane for the installation, installed it at Park Square.
Stacia Bissell's parents always made a family camping trip to the White Mountains in New Hampshire.
Some 16 years ago, a neighbor, Dan Doyle, asked her father where the goes every year. It didn't take long before both families combined their camping trips and the tradition continued. When Bissell's daughter Jackie was 15 years old on the family trip she met Doyle's nephew Erik Twombly and fell in love.