COVID-19 Bivalent Booster and Influenza Vaccine Clinic in Williamstown

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass — Berkshire Health Systems (BHS) and the Berkshire County Boards of Health Association are teaming up for a vaccination clinic in Williamstown in December. 
The clinic, to be held on Friday, Dec. 9 from 2 to 4 pm at the Williams College Field House, is open to the public and to staff and students from Williams College.
The clinic will provide the COVID-19 Bivalent Booster, which is effective in preventing hospitalization and severe illness against the latest strains of the virus, and the Flu vaccine to help prevent Influenza. In order to receive the Bivalent vaccine, you must have received the first two primary doses of either Pfizer or Moderna, or the single primary dose of Johnson & Johnson. Both Pfizer and Moderna Bivalent vaccines will be available at this clinic.
Pre-registration is recommended. To register, visit If you have any trouble registering online, send an email to: Please also have your COVID-19 vaccine card in hand.
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Clark Art Screens Experimental Animation Short Films

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — On Feb. 2 at 7 pm, the Clark Art Institute screens a selection of short films covering experimental animation from the 1960s and '70s in its auditorium. 
The showing is the third event in the Clark's Film and Drawing series, inspired by the exhibition, "Promenades on Paper: Eighteenth-Century Drawings from the Bibliothèque nationale de France," on view through March 12.
According to a press release:
In the midst of the Cold War, animation artists explored alternative realities. Their artistic explorations enabled them to venture outside of the ideological boundaries of international politics. Some of these realities reached back to fairytales, like the animations of the Soviet Union's Yuri Norstein. Other artists, like the Canadian-Scottish animator Norman McLaren, pursued abstraction, looking for basic first principles that might be shared across the animation frame.
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