Berkshire Baby Bonanza 2024

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DALTON, Mass. — An event aimed at supporting expecting and new parents is on the horizon for families in Berkshire County. 
The Berkshire Baby Bonanza is set to take place on Saturday, April 6, at the Stationery Factory in Dalton from 11 am to 2 pm. This free event offers information and resources for families navigating the journey of pregnancy, childbirth, and early parenthood.
Vendors will be on-site to answer questions on pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding, baby safety, family planning, and more.
This event is organized by the Berkshire Area Health Education Center's Tobacco-Free Community Partnership Program in collaboration with the Berkshire Baby Bonanza Planning Committee.
The first 250 families to arrive will receive a complimentary gift bag.
The Stationery Factory, located at 63 Flansburg Ave in Dalton.

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Dalton CRA May Day Races Return May 5

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DALTON, Mass.  — The 47th annual Community Recreation Association May Day Races will be held Sunday, May 5, at Nessacus Middle School, with major sponsorship by Greylock Federal Credit Union.
Races include 5-kilometer and 10-kilometer, the Obstacles & Popsicles kids’ races for ages 8 and under, and a 1-mile Splatter Sprint for ages 8 and up, all with chip timing by Berkshire Running Center, along with an untimed fun walk.
The 5K road/trail race, 10K road race and fun walk begin at 9 a.m. The Obstacles & Popsicles races begin at 10 a.m., with the Splatter Sprint immediately following.
The first 100 runners to register (combined 5K/10K) will receive a long-sleeve wicking T-shirt. Every participant in the Obstacles & Popsicles kids’ races will receive a ribbon and freeze pop at the finish line. All proceeds benefit nonprofit CRA and Dalton Youth Center programs.
For more information or to register, visit or contact the CRA at 413-684-0260. Online registration is also available at
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