Lenox Town Beach Opens June 22

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LENOX, Mass. — The Lenox Town Beach will open on June 22 and parking stickers are required for all vehicles parked at the beach.
Residents can apply for a free permit but must prove residency. They must also provide a signed Lenox Beach Guidelines 2022.
They are allowed one pass per vehicle.
Forms can be found online or at the community center.
Beach Parking passes will be issued at the Community Center starting June 1 which is open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 4 pm.
A non-resident parking pass costs $65. 
There is a $5 cash per vehicle charge at the beech.
When lifeguards are not on duty swimmers swim at their own risk.
Hours, weather permitting, are 8 am to dusk, no later than 8 pm. There is no trespassing after 8 pm.
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Lenox Library Announces Schedule for Tanglewood Pre-Concert Talks

Lenox, Mass.—Professor of Music and Co-Director of the Center for Beethoven Research at Boston University Jeremy Yudkin returns for the Lenox Library Tanglewood Pre-Concert Talks. 
The pre-concert talks will take place in the Town Hall auditorium, located at 6 Walker Street from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. on Friday afternoons and Sunday mornings from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
They are free thanks to the Town of Lenox; Margery and Lewis Steinberg; Lenox Library Association; and Adams Community Bank.
More information here
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