Hancock Shaker Village Farm-to-table Dinner

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HANCOCK, Mass. — On July 13 in the heirloom gardens in front of the Round Stone Barn at Hancock Shaker Village and enjoy a dinner by local Farmer, Designer, and Chef Tu Le of 328North. 
The dinner includes a menu of organic vegetables and meats from the Village's farm—the oldest working farm in the Berkshires, as well as specialty grown vegetables, fruit, and flowers from 328North Farm, in Williamstown.
The cocktail hour features crafted cocktails as well as wine and hard cider from Berkshire Cider Project.
"Crafting an indelible Farm-to-Table experience on the grounds of Hancock Shaker Village is the perfect way for me to highlight the magnificent agrarian community of the Berkshires with my Vietnamese flavors," said Tu Le of 328North. 
"Hancock Shaker Village celebrates the architecture, history, farming, food, and culture of the Shakers," said Carrie Holland, director and CEO Hancock Shaker Village. "We are thrilled to partner with Tu on this authentic Farm-to-Table dinner with locally sourced ingredients in both the food and the refreshing cocktails."
The dinner is on Saturday, July 13 at 6pm. Advanced registration is required; visit hancockshakervillage.org/events for more information and to purchase tickets.

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PIttsfield 16s Fall in Babe Ruth Regional Final

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AUGUSTA, Maine -- The Norwalk, Conn., Babe Ruth 16-year-old All-Stars Tuesday beat Pittsfield, 2-0, in the championship game of the New England Regional.
It marked the second shutout loss to the Connecticut State Champions in three days for Pittsfield. But it was a very different game this time around.
On Sunday, Norwalk beat Pittsfield, 10-0, in six innings to wrap up pool play.
That forced Pittsfield to win two straight games to get a rematch in the finals, and it did so, blanking Lyndon, Vt., on Monday and edging Eastern Mass Champion Lynn on Tuesday morning.
But in the title game, Norwalk pitcher Jaxon Ermo held Pittsfield to four hits and allowed two walks while striking out six in a complete-game shutout win.
For Pittsfield, Connor Paronto and Sam Glockner split time on the mound, striking out three.
But Norwalk generated 10 hits and scored a run in the second and a run in the sixth to give Ermo the offensive support he needed.
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