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To the Editor:

Congratulation to the nine all white male firefighter that Pittsfield just hired with federal funds and to the City's Equal Rights and Employment Commission for a job well done. It appears they have made lots of progress in the last few years. The city should be real proud.

Sean Curran
Pittsfield, Mass.

 

 

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Cultural Pittsfield This Week: June 5-11

 

Welcome to Cultural Pittsfield's weekly guide featuring in-person and virtual classes and events, information, and more. If you are a Pittsfield business and would like your event listed, please email us at cultural@pittsfieldch.com. Thank you and be well!
 
Pittsfield Artists & Residents:
Call for Art
 
Sign up to be on the map for the first ever Drive.Walk.Bike City Art Show, taking place Friday, July 3 from 4-8 p.m. 
 
ARTISTS can display visual art (painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, photography, fashion, sidewalk art, video, etc.) on their porches, trees, lawns, and driveways, in their open garages, or projected onto their homes.
 
RESIDENTS who know an artist who lives outside Pittsfield can invite them to display their work. Residents can also display the art they collect.
 
To participate and get your location on the map, email your Pittsfield address to drivewalkbikeart@gmail.com.

  RESOURCES
Please visit the City of Pittsfield's COVID-19 webpage for updates and helpful resources. 1Berkshire has compiled a list of online sites where you can find information on a number of topics, including an explanation of our state's reopening plan.
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  FAMILY FRIENDLY
 
Beginning Thursday, June 4, Hancock Shaker Village will be open for outdoor recreation in compliance with the Massachusetts Phase One Reopening Plan. The new hours are Thursdays-Sundays from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Visit the baby animals, walk the trails, and view the five-acre garden. Pre-purchased admission/registration is required. Children ages 12 and younger are free!
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  ONLINE CLASSES & FUN
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