BCC Virtual Open House

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PITTSFIELD, Mass — Berkshire Community College (BCC) will hold its Spring 2021 Virtual Open House on Wednesday, April 21 at 4 pm, followed by a financial aid session at 5 pm. 
The open house takes place during most local high schools' spring break. To register, visit www.berkshirecc.edu/openhouse or call (413) 236–1630.
Prospective students will get the opportunity to meet BCC faculty and staff and learn about the admissions process from the comfort of their home. After the open house, attendees can get help filling out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form, or they can explore the Fall 2021 course schedule with an academic advisor.
All participants will receive a free gift card to local lunch spots, a discount at the BCC Bookstore, and a chance to win BCC swag. A second open house will be held Saturday, May 8 at 2 pm.

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Pittsfield 4th of July Parade Canceled Again

By Brittany PolitoiBerkshires Staff
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On Friday morning, Mayor Linda Tyer delivered "breaking news" that the parade will be canceled this year for the second time since 1977. It was also canceled last year due to the novel coronavirus.
"It's disappointing to have to put another pause on the Fourth of July parade, but I just don't think that we can safely hold it this year," Tyer told local radio station Live 95.9.
Though large outdoor gatherings of 250 people and parades will be permitted at 50 percent capacity beginning on May 29, Tyer said this does not help the parade because there is no way of determining the capacity and then limiting it to half. The parade regularly brings thousands of people to North Street and involves hundreds of participants and volunteers.
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