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Downtown Pittsfield Announces 'Trick or Eat'

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Dining in downtown Pittsfield will be a spooky occasion over the Halloween weekend.
 
Downtown Pittsfield Inc. will be holding a "Trick or Eat" event over Halloween, Friday, Oct. 30, to Sunday, Nov. 1.
 
Trick or Eat is sponsored by Downtown Pittsfield Inc. with candy sponsors: Big Y, Lee Bank, Market 32, and the Marketplace Café.
 
Any diners wearing a costume or a Halloween themed COVID-19 mask at participating restaurants will receive a handful of treats with the purchase of a dine-in or take-out meal.
 
Participating restaurants are: 
 
Berkshire General Store 
 
District Kitchen & Bar 
 
Dottie’s Coffee Lounge 
 
Eat on North 
 
Flavours of Malaysia 
 
Hot Harry’s 
 
Marketplace Café 
 
Methuselah Bar & Lounge 
 
Mission Bar & Tapas 
 
Panchos Mexican Restaurant 
 
Patrick’s Pub 
 
That’s a Wrap Café 
 
Thrive Diner 
 
Tito’s Mexican Grill 
 
Check with the restaurant for hours of operation.
 
Downtown Pittsfield Inc. encourages sharing costumes or pictures of the event on social media @downtownpittsfield on Instagram or @heartoftheberkshires with hashtags #trickoreat, #dinedowntownpittsfield and #heartoftheberkshires.
 
For more information, visit downtownpittsfield.com.

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Pittsfield Seeks Solutions to Daytime Warming Shelters for Homeless

By Brittany PolitoiBerkshires Staff

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Mayor Linda Tyer this week said the city of Pittsfield is feeling discouraged from the lack of community organizations willing to host a warming shelter that will house homeless individuals during the hours that the St. Joseph's temporary winter shelter on Maplewood Avenue is closed.

"We're concerned too, and we're feeling quite discouraged that a number of our community partners have declined our request to help with a daytime warming center but we're not going to give up," she said at Tuesday's City Council meeting.

Ward 7 Councilor Anthony Maffuccio addressed the mayor with two petitions in regard to the homeless population.

Maffuccio requested that the mayor, or other departments or organizations, provide an update on the plans for a warming station for the homeless and that the mayor develops a task force for the purpose of developing a permanent housing solution for chronically homeless residents.

These petitions were both referred to Tyer by the council.

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