A Plant Based Circle Opens At The Plant Connector

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — On Thursday, Oct. 22, The Plant Connector will be celebrating the opening of their new show, "A Plant Based Circle," from 4 pm to 6 pm.  

The show is a collection of plant-based art from Eleanor Derby-Kilfoyle, Kristin Graves, Tina Louise, Fran Berasi, and Alicia Canary. 
 
Each of the artworks is a reflection on plants and a celebration of their power, history, relationship to humans, and/or healing qualities. All works are by local North Berkshire artists.
 
Included in the show is this collage, entitled "Two Famous Gardens," by Kristin Graves.  Other works include displays of plants, information about plant properties, handmade paper from Japanese Knotweed, and botanical illustrations.
 
The show will be on view through the end of October.
 
The Plant Connector is a plant-based gallery and shop in North Adams on 48 Eagle St.
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Drury High Staging Production of 'Alice in Wonderland'

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Drury Stage Company will performing a version of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" this weekend.
 
Performances will take place on Friday, Dec. 10, at 7 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 11, at both 2 and 7 p.m.
 
The play is directed by teacher Liz Urban and features 15 Drury students from Grades 7 through 12 as well as a student production crew.
 
"Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" was written by Carroll in 1865 and is the story of a young girl who follows a white rabbit through a hole that takes her to an fantasy kingdom. In pursuit of the rabbit, she encounters the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire Cat and a host of other creatures. The book has never been out of print and has been adapted for a variety of media and frequently referenced in popular culture — movies, television, music and more. 
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