Clark Art, Mass MoCA Partner with NBCC for Summer Art Club

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — In partnership with the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition, the Clark Art Institute and MASS MoCA offer a free weekly artmaking club on Tuesdays from May 7 through Aug. 27, 2024 at the UNO Community Center, 157 River Street, North Adams.
The drop-in art club sessions take place from 3:30–4:30 pm.
Designed for children ages 8-19, Art Club was created by the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition (nbCC) in 2022. The Art Club is designed to provide children with free after-school and summertime activities.
Snacks and supplies are provided. Children under age 8 must be accompanied by an adult. Program facilitators are not responsible for childcare.

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Clarksburg Town Meeting to Decide CPA Adoption, Spending Articles

CLARKSBURG, Mass. — Voters will decide spending items and if the town should adopt the Community Preservation Act at Wednesday's town meeting. 
Voters will also decide whether to extend the terms for town moderator and tree warden from one year to three years.
The annual town meeting will take place at 6 p.m. in the gym at Clarksburg School. The warrant can be found here.
The town operating budget is $1,767,759, down $113,995 largely because of debt falling off. Major increases include insurance, utilities and supplies; the addition of a full-time laborer in the Department of Public Works and an additional eight hours a week for the accountant.
The school budget is at $2,967,609, up $129,192 or 4 percent over this year. Town officials had urged the school to cut back more but in a joint meeting last week agreed to dip into free cash to keep the prekindergarten for 4-year-olds free. 
Clarksburg's assessment to the Northern Berkshire Vocational School District is $363,220; the figure is based on the percentage of students enrolled at McCann Technical School. 
There are a number of spending articles for the $571,000 in free cash the town had certified earlier this year. The high number is over several years because the town had fallen behind on filings with the state. 
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