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    SEPTEMBER 2015 - BERKSHIRE COUNTY CALENDAR OF EVENTS

September 1 - 13    VAN GOGH AND NATURE
The Clark Art Institute
225 South Street
- Williamstown, MA  (413) 458-2303
Web Site

September 1 - 27    WHISTLER'S MOTHER
The Clark Art Institute
225 South Street
- Williamstown, MA  (413) 458-2303
Web Site

September 1 - October 4   AUTUMN YOGA & HIKING RETREAT w/GREG DILISIO
Eastover Estate & Retreat Center
430 East Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-0625
Are you ready for a magical weekend in the heart of the Berkshires? Are you ready to renew your passion for the outdoors; connect with like-minded people, and come away feeling spirited and fully alive. October is peak foliage month in the Berkshires. Eastover is the ultimate destination for leaf peepers. Enjoy walks through raised trails in the wetlands or a longer hike through October Mountain State Park to the Appalachian Trail soaking in the blazing colors of oranges, reds, yellows and purple.
Begin each day with sun salutations and qigong. After a full day outdoors, you can enjoy floating meditation in the pool, soothing qigong movements, or a restorative yoga session. A short walk from there, on the property, awaits Tally Ho, an iconic bar and reception space. You'll greet the new day by a roaring bonfire, have breakfast, a short walk, and rejuvenate with moderate yoga. Contact events@eastover.com for more information
1-4PM
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August 1 - 31   THE CAPITOL STEPS
Cranwell Resort
55 Lee Road
- Lenox, MA  (413) 881-1636

Enjoy dinner before or after a show of hilarious political satire and song parodies with the nationally-acclaimed Capitol Steps, returning to Cranwell this summer. Since they began in 1981, the Capitol Steps have recorded over 30 albums including their just released "Mock the Vote". The Capitol Steps began as a group of Senate staffers who set out to satirize the very people and places that employed them. They’ve also been featured on NBC, CBS, ABC, and PBS, and can be heard 4 times a year on National Public Radio stations nationwide during their "Politics Takes a Holiday" radio specials.
Performances July 3 through August 31, 2015
Shows nightly at 8 pm, excluding Tuesdays
Show duration: 90 minutes
Tickets: $45 per person, open seating

8PM

Web Site

September 1 - 6    MOTHER OF THE MAID
Shakespeare & Company
70 Kemble Street
- Lenox, MA  (413) 637-3353
Penned by the Emmy award-winning writer of HBO’s Olive Kitteridge, this powerful and wry comedy follows the tale of Joan of Arc, as seen through the eyes of her mum who is doing her very best to accept the fact that her daughter is different. Parenthood, religion, sexuality and politics all play a role; Tina Packer stars as the Mother of the Maid.
8:30
PM
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September 1 - 6    THE UNEXPECTED MAN
Shakespeare & Company
70 Kemble Street
- Lenox, MA  (413) 637-3353
A middle-aged man and woman sit opposite each other in a train compartment on a journey from Paris to Frankfurt. He is a world famous author; she, one of his biggest fans, carries his latest novel in her handbag and ponders the dilemma of reading it in front of him. From the creator of Art and God of Carnage, this illuminating drama explores themes of intimacy, celebrity, and second chances.
2PM
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September 1 - 13    RED VELVET
Shakespeare & Company
70 Kemble Street
- Lenox, MA  (413) 637-3353
An imagined version of true events, Red Velvet is the story of Ira Aldridge, the first African-American actor to play Othello on the English stage in 1833. Fresh from his critically acclaimed performances in Tamburlaine (TFANA) and The Iceman Cometh (BAM), OBIE Award-winning actor John Douglas Thompson stars as Ira Aldridge in this powerful play where lines are blurred between race, friendship, betrayal and art.
2PM
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September 1 - October 4   DALIA STONIENE
New Marlborough Meeting House Gallery
154 Hartsville-New Marlborough Road
- New Marlborough, MA 
(413) 229-2785
New Marlborough Artists, the annual exhibition showcasing art works by eight artists living and working in the area. The perennial favorite, the exhibition offers an exciting glimpse into the vibrant local visual arts scene, giving the viewers the opportunity to see the new work by the familiar names and discover new artists. Chosen this year are: Abbe Steinglass, Jennifer Ellwood, Holly McNeely, Brian Mikesell, James Singelis, Timothy Sleeper, Walter Simons, and Hope Schreiber.
11AM-4PM FRIDAY-SUNDAY

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September 2 - October 21    SALSA & BACHATA DANCING LESSONS
Berkshire Yoga Dance & Fitness
55 North Street #201 - Pittsfield, MA (347) 347-2801

We are very excited to announce that, as of Wednesday September 2, Alan Franco will be starting teaching Latin Dancing, including Salsa, Merengue & Bachata, at Berkshire Yoga Dance & Fitness studio above the Beacon Cinema in Pittsfield, MA. This is besides the classes he’s already teaching at 2 Flights Up in Dalton, MA. You will have fun, make new friends and lose weight as you learn to dance or brush up on your skills and learn new moves. If you are looking to learn how to dance in a friendly, structured and consistent format, then this 8-week course is for you.
Description:
The goal of this course is to give you the confidence to dance comfortably at the nightclub or at Latin Dance socials. Participants will learn all the necessary steps required to advance to the Beginners 2 Level. This course will teach you the fundamentals of Salsa, Merengue & Bachata, and give you a solid understanding of musicality. You will learn how to listen to the timing of these rhythms and dance properly on the beat of the music. We will demystify the elusive percussion rhythms of Latin musical instruments, like the conga and the clave.

8-9
PM
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September 2   PURPLE @ PORTSMITT'S
PortSmitt's Lakeway Restaurant
370 Pecks Road
- Pittsfield, MA  (413) 236-5727

Purchase a "Purple Ray Of Hope" drink and/or one of their "purple" food items and proceeds will benefit the Alzheimer's Association and the Walk To End Alzheimer's. Sponsored by Chris and Paula Porter and EPOCH Assisted Living At Melbourne. Entertainment By Vinnie Brandi & Glen Boden.
6-10PM
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September 2    TRIVIA
PNA
13 Victory Street
- Adams, MA  (413) 743-9753
8PM - $50 FIRST PRIZE!
Web Site

September 2    OPEN ACOUSTIC MUSIC NIGHT
The Dream Away Lodge
1342 County Road
- Becket, MA  (413) 623-8725
8PM
Web Site

September 2    KARAOKE
Mazcots Sports Bar & Grill
490 Pittsfield Road, Rte 7
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 499-1101
9
PM
Web Site

September 2    BIG AND BIGGER
Lilac Lake
Main Street
- Lenox, MA
In case of rain the event is moved to the auditorium @ Town Hall.
6:30P
M/FREE CONCERTS

September 2    CHAMPAGNE JAM
Windsor Lake
Intersection of Kemp & Bradley Streets - North Adams, MA

These concerts combine great music with the beautiful natural backdrop of Windsor Lake. Pack a picnic, bring a chair or blanket, and let the sweet sounds of music and water carry you away on a warm summer night. Concessions are available at the lake, but people are welcome to bring their own food. Parking is free, and swimming, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing are allowed at the lake. All cancellations will be called by 3PM on the day of the concert. Rain Dates tba.
6:30
PM
Web Site

September 2     TRIVIA
The Brickhouse
425 Park Street
- North Housatonic, MA 
(413) 274-0020
Web Site

September 2    BINGO
ITAM Lodge #564
93 Waubeek Road
- Pittsfield, MA  (413) 443-7134
BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT!!!   Non-Smoking - Refreshments Available - Progressive Jackpots.
6:30PM
Web Site

September 2    PETER PRIMAMORE GROUP
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
7:30
PM
Web Site

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   SEPTEMBER 2015 - BERKSHIRE COUNTY CALENDAR OF EVENTS (cont'd.)

September 3 - 6   THE HARA "HEALING FROM THE CORE OF OUR BEING" w/JEANNE ZUZEL
Eastover Estate & Retreat Center
430 East Street
- Lenox, MA  (866) 264-5139

Energy Practitioners, Reiki Practitioners, students or Healing Touch, Practitioners working with Trauma, PTSD, & Chronic/Acute Illness. In this 3 day program, student will learn and experience a series of Full Spectrum, Energy based techniques that may be used to repair, restructure, and strengthen the Hara Line, Cleanse, repair, and re-connect the chakra system to the Hara, and support and balance the entire human bio-energetic system.
Course Objectives:
Discuss the anatomy and physiology of human bio-energetic systems
Practice Clinical Alignment of the Hara Line
Identify the effect of trauma on the bio-energetic systems
Identify, repair strengthen the Hara Line

Reconnect, support and balance the chakra's and the bio-energetic systems
ARRIVE 4PM
Web Site

September 2    LISA MARTIN
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 3    DJ I.T.S.
Bogies Steak & Ale
935 South Main Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5959
$3 COVER
Web Site

September 3    LIVE MUSIC
The Olde Heritage Tavern
12 Housatonic Street - Lenox
, MA  (413) 637-0884
8-11:30PM
Web Site

September 3    OPEN MIC NIGHT
The Route 63 Roadhouse
32 Federal Street - Miller Falls
, MA  (413) 659-3384
9PM
Web Site

September 3 - 7   CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY w/PRANA YOGA, MEDIATION & LIFESTYLE TECHNIQUES FOR REJUVENATION, STRESS REDUCTION & SELF-EMPOWERMENT
Eastover Estate & Retreat Center
430 East Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-0625
Join Dr. Jeff Migdow for this revitalizing holiday retreat exploring the ancient practices of yoga and meditation at the beautiful Eastover Estate and Retreat. We will spend these 4 days exploring and experiencing various lifestyle and yogic techniques to bring us to our most healthy, balanced, clear self.
You will learn:
Ways to bring the dynamic practice of yoga into your day to day life for vitality and deeper relaxation and healing.
Techniques to deepen your yoga practice if it is already part of your routine, through Prana Yogas use of chakra sounds in the postures.
Practical meditation techniques for rejuvenation and deeper connection to your core self, for self-confidence and empowerment.
Lifestyle practices including dietary and exercise to support your yoga practice and bring greater health and well-being into your life
1-4PM
Web Site

September 3    PICKY BASTARDS
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street - Pittsfield, MA

The Picky Bastards are a collective of rotating local musicians playing your favorite Folk, Rock and Americana tunes hosted by Dave Brown and Chris Merenda. If it goes well, this will continue indefinitely so come out and support! Come on out and if you don’t like what you hear, but have faith in our potential, just write down your requests for the next show and we’ll cover it for you!
8PM
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September 3    THE MALIBU BROTHER
Bousquet
10 Dan Fox Drive - Pittsfield, MA (413) 442-8316

Performing hits from Metallica, Van Morrison to Johnny Cash to James Taylor and much more! NO COVER
6:30-9:30PM
Web Site

September 3    DAN STEVENS
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 4 - 7   BLANDFORD FAIR
10 North Street
- Blandford, MA 
(413) 848-0995
Kids will have the time of their young lives as they are captivated by the attractions designed specifically for them. Adults will enjoy a quality outing without emptying their wallets. Couples, families, and groups alike will find a complete mix of country charm and modern appeal. Seniors will recapture the past at this premier event. Plan for a great time; you won't be disappointed. There really is something for everyone. Come enjoy the festivities with us!
FRI 3-9PM/SAT-SUN 8AM-9PM/MON 8AM-6PM/ADULTS $10, SENIORS $5, KIDS 6-12 $5, KIDS UNDER 6 FREE
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September 4 - 7   RELAX & RESTORE: QIGONG & SLOW YOGA w/KEN NELSON & LESLI LANG
Eastover Estate & Retreat Center
430 East Street
- Lenox, MA 
(866) 264-5139
Nourish your vital energy. The best medicine is already inside us. Explore the power of mind body practices and harmony with nature to enhance your immune system, awaken insight, and stimulate life-giving forces for health, healing and wholeness. Enjoy walking meditation and qigong in the fresh air of the Berkshire Hills. Learn to breathe and move with ease, grace and freedom with qigong and Taiji/Tai Chi. These practices improve posture, balance, strength, and stamina, helping you to stay rooted and centered. Experience the bliss of complete relaxation with restorative yoga and yoga nidra, shown to treat insomnia, anxiety, and depression. Discover how yin yoga relieves chronic tension in spine, hips and low back, improving flexibility by rehabilitating fascia and moisturizing joints. You'll take home daily practices to help you Detoxify, revitalize, and maintain wellbeing Calm the mind, release habitual holding, and transform self-limiting beliefs Increase energy, enhance your mood, and slow the arc of aging
Relaxation happens naturally when you stop creating tension. Slow down, care for your self, and reflect on your purpose and path. You'll return home in the flow, feeling trusting, intuitive, and creative.

Web Site

September 4 - 7   NEW YORK RIDE & RETREAT
Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center
116 Johnson Road
- Falls Village, CT

Join the People of the Bike for our annual fully-supported ride and retreat. This exciting, diverse community Shabbat and cycling experience is open for people of all cycling levels and ages.
Web Site

September 4   OPEN MIC
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue
- Adams, MA 
(413) 743-0193
Web Site

September 4    MISS GUIDED
PNA
13 Victory Street
- Adams, MA  (413) 743-9753
4-8PM
Web Site

September 4   BINGO
St. Mary's School
115 Orchard Street
- Lee, MA 
(413) 243-1079
St. Mary's Bingo Every Friday Night!****Doors open at 5:00 PM and games start promptly at 6:30 PM.****Each week our (two progressive games) will pay out $1,199 each if won that night. Our lottery table is stocked with Jockeys, Horse Race, Speedball and Stingers. Our basic entrance package is $9.00 with open seating for all players. Weekly meal specials available. We always have our regular items available. Free coffee is always available. You must be 18 years of age or older to play.**REMINDER that we do not accept personal checks for Bingo**at St. Mary's School.
5PM DOORS OPEN

Web Site

September 4    PETIT DEJEUNER
The Mount, Edith Wharton's House
2 Plunkett Street
- Lenox, MA  (413) 551-5111
Come enjoy coffee, croissants, and some French conversation on the terrace every Friday morning in June, July and August in honor of Edith Wharton’s love affair with France! Petit Dejeuner is open to all French speakers. Conversation begins at 8:00 and costs $5. Reservations must be made the Wednesday prior at petit.dejeuner.francais@gmail.com
8-9:30AM
Web Site

September 4  KARAOKE
Uncle Larry's Tavern
71 Chester Road
- Becket, MA 
(413) 623-8711
9PM
Web Site

September 4    BLUE LIGHT TRIO
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
7:30
PM
Web Site

September 4    THE REFORMERS
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 4   MEET ROCKWELL'S MODELS
Norman Rockwell Museum
9 Route 183
- Stockbridge, MA (413) 298-4100

Find out what it was like to pose for America’s favorite illustrator from Rockwell’s own models, who share their personal experiences. Free with Museum admission; members free.
2:30-3:30
PM
Web Site

September 5    LIVE JAZZ
Castle Street Cafe
10 Castle Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5244
Web Site

September 5    ALICE IN WONDERLAND, JR
Spectrum Playhouse
Franklin Street - Lee, MA (413) 394-5023

Travel down the rabbit hole for Alice’s madcap musical adventures in Wonderland! Lewis Carroll’s famous heroine comes to life in Disney’s Alice In Wonderland JR., a delightful adaptation of the classic Disney film. Join Alice as she chases the White Rabbit, races the Dodo Bird, gets tied up with Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, raps with a bubble-blowing Caterpillar, and beats the Queen of Hearts at her own game!
11AM-12
PM
Web Site

September 5    MUSIC & MORE BENEFIT CONCERT - KAREN AKERS SINGS!
New Marlborough Meeting House
154 Hartsville-New Marlborough Road - New Marlborough, MA (413) 229-2785

New Marlborough Meeting House stage welcomes back the incomparable Karen Akers for an evening of gems from French and American songbooks.
4:30
PM
Web Site

September 5   JD SAMSON
MASS MoCA
1
040 MASS MoCA Way - North Adams, MA

A member of the legendary electro-feminist-punk project Le Tigre, the singer and producer JD Samson is an articulate champion of social causes and a party waiting to erupt. She’s here with a live band set and a DJ set for a summer-ending night of progressive love on the dance floor.
8PM
Web Site

September 5    THE PICKY BASTARDS
Bousquet
10 Dan Fox Drive - Pittsfield, MA (413) 442-8316

A bluegrass-centric power duo led by Chris Merenda (Banjo & Vocals) and Rob Sanzone (Guitars & Mandolin) and always featuring a rotating cast of all-star musicians. The Picky Bastards cover everything from old-time traditional to modern pop to classic rock n’ roll and diamond-in-the-rough originals all executed under the guise of bluegrass.
8
PM
Web Site

September 5    MATT CAHILL
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
7:30
PM
Web Site

September 5    JEFF GONZALES TRIO
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
9-11
PM
Web Site

September 5   NEW LEAF FARM TOUR
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265
Shuttle bus boards @ The Station @ 9:30AM. Join farmers Ellen Poggi and Mike Libsch for a tour of their Lebanon Springs farm. These two serve the local community through a CSA program, and sell their produce at farmer’s markets throughout the region. You’ll see flowers, tomatoes, greens, seedlings in the greenhouse, and much more. Learn how they transformed their new property in to a working farm, complete with an irrigation system that brings water from their pond to their plants.
10-11AM
/$15
Web Site

September 5   SPEED DEMONS
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265
Shuttle bus boards @ The Station @ 1PM. Walk with long time owner, Howard Commander behind the scenes of the famed Lebanon Valley Speedway. See this super fast high-banked half-mile clay tract. Learn how the track works, how scores are kept, how cars are built. Examine the cars and meet some of the drivers of this 63-year-old family attraction. Indoor & Outdoor
1:30-3PM
/$15
Web Site

September 5   GOING ONCE! GOING TWICE!: AUCTIONEERING 101
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265
Walk from the station. Dolores Meissner, New Lebanon’s veteran auctioneer, talks about her personal journey, how she learned the auction business, and the rise of her fabled auction house. Along the way, she explains how it all works and how to get a bargain at an auction. You will be invited to preview items up for the upcoming auction that night.
1:30-3PM
/$15
Web Site

September 5   CORKSCREW CHOO! CHOO!
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265
Shuttle Bus Boards At The Station @ 3:30PM. Take a leisurely stroll along the Wyomanoc Creek following the footprint of the once famed Rutland Railroad with Joe Ogilvie, President of the Corkscrew Rail Trail Association. Learn about this important rail line and the plans to develop a trail from New Lebanon to Stephentown. Outdoor.
4-5PM
/$15
Web Site

September 6    SUNDAY MUSICAL BRUNCH w/LIVE MUSIC
Starving Artist Creperie & Cafe
40 Main Street, Suite 2 - Lee
, MA  (413) 394-5046
11AM-1PM
Web Site

September 6    ALL YOU CAN EAT BRUNCH BUFFET
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
11AM-3
PM
Web Site

September 6    DICK SOLBERG AND THE SUN MOUNTAIN BAND
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 7    JAZZ w/ANDY WRBA & FRIENDS
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA

8PM
Web Site

September 7    ROB SANZONE
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 8    OPEN MIC NIGHT
Bogies Steak & Ale
935 South Main Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5959
9PM TILL CLOSE
Web Site

September 8   HINSDALE LIONS CLUB BINGO
Hinsdale Community Center
Maple Street, Route 143
- Hinsdale, MA (413) 655-2973
Admission $3.50. Come early - Dinner is available at reasonable prices: hamburgers, hot dogs, cold sandwiches, hot dishes, desserts, cold and hot beverages. Weekly Door Prizes Progressive Game - Charity Game Tickets.
6:30PM ...Doors Open At 5:00PM

September 8    TRIVIA
Mazcots Sports Bar & Grill
490 Pittsfield Road, Rte 7
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 499-1101
8
PM
Web Site

September 8   TEXAS HOLD'EM NIGHT-FREE POKER NIGHT
The Route 63 Roadhouse
32 Federal Street - Miller Falls
, MA  (413) 659-3384
Web Site

September 8   TEXAS HOLD'EM
The Brickhouse
425 Park Street
- North Housatonic, MA 
(413) 274-0020
7:30PM
Web Site

September 8    OPEN MIC w/JORDAN FRANKLIN
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA

8PM
Web Site

September 8    TOM CORRIGAN
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 8    OPEN MIC
The Purple Pub
65 Spring Street - Williamstown
, MA  (413) 458-0095

8PM
Web Site

September 9    TRIVIA
PNA
13 Victory Street
- Adams, MA  (413) 743-9753
8PM - $50 FIRST PRIZE!
Web Site

September 9    OPEN ACOUSTIC MUSIC NIGHT
The Dream Away Lodge
1342 County Road
- Becket, MA  (413) 623-8725
8PM
Web Site

September 9    KARAOKE
Mazcots Sports Bar & Grill
490 Pittsfield Road, Rte 7
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 499-1101
9
PM
Web Site

September 9     TRIVIA
The Brickhouse
425 Park Street
- North Housatonic, MA 
(413) 274-0020
Web Site

September 9    BINGO
ITAM Lodge #564
93 Waubeek Road
- Pittsfield, MA  (413) 443-7134
BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT!!!   Non-Smoking - Refreshments Available - Progressive Jackpots.
6:30PM
Web Site

September 9    PETER PRIMAMORE GROUP
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
7:30
PM
Web Site

September 9    REV TOR SOLO
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 10    DJ I.T.S.
Bogies Steak & Ale
935 South Main Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5959
$3 COVER
Web Site

September 10    LIVE MUSIC
The Olde Heritage Tavern
12 Housatonic Street - Lenox
, MA  (413) 637-0884
8-11:30PM
Web Site

September 10    PICKY BASTARDS
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street - Pittsfield, MA

The Picky Bastards are a collective of rotating local musicians playing your favorite Folk, Rock and Americana tunes hosted by Dave Brown and Chris Merenda. If it goes well, this will continue indefinitely so come out and support! Come on out and if you don’t like what you hear, but have faith in our potential, just write down your requests for the next show and we’ll cover it for you!
8PM
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September 10    "HANGING FLIP FLOPS" 16X20
Berkshire Paint & Sip Studio
305 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 205-8346
All painting materials and light snack included for this 2 hour painting. BYOB
6-8
PM/$30
Web Site

September 10    THE MALIBU BROTHER
Bousquet
10 Dan Fox Drive - Pittsfield, MA (413) 442-8316

Performing hits from Metallica, Van Morrison to Johnny Cash to James Taylor and much more! NO COVER
6:30-9:30PM
Web Site

September 10    RAKISH PADDY
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 11   OPEN MIC
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue
- Adams, MA 
(413) 743-0193
Web Site

September 11    ORIGINAL EXPRESS
PNA
13 Victory Street
- Adams, MA  (413) 743-9753
4-8PM
Web Site

September 10    OPEN MIC NIGHT
The Route 63 Roadhouse
32 Federal Street - Miller Falls
, MA  (413) 659-3384

9PM
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September 11   BINGO
St. Mary's School
115 Orchard Street
- Lee, MA 
(413) 243-1079
St. Mary's Bingo Every Friday Night!****Doors open at 5:00 PM and games start promptly at 6:30 PM.****Each week our (two progressive games) will pay out $1,199 each if won that night. Our lottery table is stocked with Jockeys, Horse Race, Speedball and Stingers. Our basic entrance package is $9.00 with open seating for all players. Weekly meal specials available. We always have our regular items available. Free coffee is always available. You must be 18 years of age or older to play.**REMINDER that we do not accept personal checks for Bingo**at St. Mary's School.
5PM DOORS OPEN

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September 11    PETIT DEJEUNER
The Mount, Edith Wharton's House
2 Plunkett Street
- Lenox, MA  (413) 551-5111
Come enjoy coffee, croissants, and some French conversation on the terrace every Friday morning in June, July and August in honor of Edith Wharton’s love affair with France! Petit Dejeuner is open to all French speakers. Conversation begins at 8:00 and costs $5. Reservations must be made the Wednesday prior at petit.dejeuner.francais@gmail.com
8-9:30AM
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September 11  KARAOKE
Uncle Larry's Tavern
71 Chester Road
- Becket, MA 
(413) 623-8711
9PM
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September 11    "AUTUMN BIRCH TREES" 16X20
Berkshire Paint & Sip Studio
305 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 205-8346
All painting materials and light snack included for this 2 hour painting. BYOB
6-8
PM/$30
Web Site

September 11    BLUE LIGHT TRIO
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
7:30
PM
Web Site

September 11    ROCK STEADY
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 11   NORMAN ROCKWELL IN DETAIL
Norman Rockwell Museum
9 Route 183
- Stockbridge, MA (413) 298-4100

Celebrate Norman Rockwell’s unique brand of humor during this engaging, enlightening series exploring the artist’s adventures in illustration, with Curator of Education Tom Daly. Free with Museum admission; members free.
2:30-3:30
PM
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September 12    LIVE JAZZ
Castle Street Cafe
10 Castle Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5244
Web Site

September 12    THE PICKY BASTARDS
Bousquet
10 Dan Fox Drive - Pittsfield, MA (413) 442-8316

A bluegrass-centric power duo led by Chris Merenda (Banjo & Vocals) and Rob Sanzone (Guitars & Mandolin) and always featuring a rotating cast of all-star musicians. The Picky Bastards cover everything from old-time traditional to modern pop to classic rock n’ roll and diamond-in-the-rough originals all executed under the guise of bluegrass.
8
PM
Web Site

September 12    DAN GINGRAS
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
7:30
PM
Web Site

September 12   UNITED STATES CITIZENSHIP NATURALIZATION CEREMONY
Norman Rockwell Museum
9 Route 183
- Stockbridge, MA (413) 298-4100

Join us to honor new United States citizens, who will take their oath surrounded by Rockwell’s paintings, which were inspired by the American scene. Presented in collaboration with Berkshire Immigrant Center. Free with Museum admission.
10AM-12
PM
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September 12   BRINGING PLANTS IN FOR THE WINTER
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road
- Stockbridge, MA (413) 29
8-3926
At the end of the summer what do you do with all those special patio plants that you have slaved over for the summer months? This class will give gardeners tricks of the trade to protect their tender perennials, house plants, woody potted specimens and succulent collections and encourage them to thrive during the winter season. Our guide is Jenna O’Brien. Bring hand pruners.
10AM-1
PM
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September 12    DIVA & THE DIRTY BOYS
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
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September 12  FOUNTAINS OF FINE SOUND
Our Lady of Hope Church
8074 Route 22 - Copake, NY  (518) 644-0007.
Clarion Concerts in Columbia County's 2015 Leaf Peeper season inaugural concert will feature the World Premier of String Trio by David Mancini, Fountains of Fin by Behzad Ranjbaran, as well as selections by Mozart, Schubert and Dohnanyi. Featured artists are Eugenia Zukerman, flute; Gary Levinson, violin; Nokuthula Ngwenyama, viola; and Suren Bagratuni, cello.
7:30PM
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September 12   INTO THE BOG
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265
Shuttle Bus Boards At The Station @ 10AM. Join botanist Dr. Claudia Knab-Vispo and wildlife ecologist Dr. Conrad Vispo from the Hawthorne Valley Farmscape Ecology Program for a fascinating tour of a local ecological treasure. Explore the biodiversity of a bog and a limestone hill and discover some of their unique species, such as sundew, an insect-eating plant and walking fern, a fern that walks. Outdoor.
10:30AM-12PM
/$15
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September 12   HERB WALK AT THE ABODE
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265
Shuttle Bus Boards At The Station @ 1PM. Join the plant ladies, Cari Naftali and Regina Walther, on an exploration of wild and cultivated flowers and herbs. Regina has been the keeper of the glorious Abode gardens for 16 years and Cari an herbalist for at least as long. They will assist you in tuning in to the herbs in a respectful manner and discovering how the Shakers and Native Americans used them both nutritionally and medicinally. Outdoor.
1:30-2:30PM
/$15
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September 12   THE LANGUAGE OF BIRDS
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265
Shuttle Bus Boards At The Station @ 1PM. Birds are vocal creatures. Many bird species communicate with a variety of sounds: songs, companion calls, begging and alarms. Join Kevin Bose to learn how the National Audubon Society is using Bird Language to create land stewards within the next generation of leaders!
2-3:30PM
/$15
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September 13 - 15   ROSH HASHANAH RETREAT
Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center
116 Johnson Road
- Falls Village, CT

This Rosh Hashanah, treat yourself to the transformative experience of welcoming in the new year with lively prayer services, deep teachings, immersion in a relaxing wooded venue, tashlich in our stream, community celebrations, and fabulous farm-to-table feasting.
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September 13    OPENING DAY NFL FOOTBALL PARTY!
PNA
13 Victory Street
- Adams, MA (413) 743-9753
Steakbake, Steak, Veggie and Salad
$TBD per person in advance/Come on up for the ALL THE GAMES!

4PM
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September 13    GAIA CALLING: WRITING IN NATURE, WRITING FOR NATURE
Bascom Lodge
Mount Greylock
- Adams, MA (413) 743-9753
Gaia is constantly calling out to us humans, her most elaborate creations, speaking to us through the wind, water and rocks, and through the myriad other living beings who also call her home. For this workshop, led by founding Festival Director Jennifer Browdy, no special expertise in writing necessary; prompts and thoughtful writing exercises will stimulate questions and new directions for anyone interested connecting more deeply with Nature and using writing to cast transformative bridges of intention out into the future we want to create and to live. $30 for 3-hour workshop. Visit www.berkshirewomenwriters.org for more information and registration.
3PM
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September 13    SUNDAY MUSICAL BRUNCH w/LIVE MUSIC
Starving Artist Creperie & Cafe
40 Main Street, Suite 2 - Lee
, MA  (413) 394-5046
11AM-1PM
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September 13    ALL YOU CAN EAT BRUNCH BUFFET
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
11AM-3
PM
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September 13    12TH ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF SHARING ROOTS
St. Joseph Parish
414 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA  (413) 445-5789

Hosted by St. Joseph Parish, this event highlights the many cultures that comprise the parish community. Key to the festival is to bring people together after the 9/11 tragedy in a peaceful way and recognizes the diversity of people and families working together,
having fun, sharing customs, food and heritage for the glory of God and the USA. The event has been a huge success in the past eleven years and we are looking forward to another great year. Admission is free. Activities will start and booths will open at 12 noon. Entertainment will begin at 12:30 PM featuring local vocalist, dancers and musicians. Continuous performances will take place. The food booths will represent nine international cuisines each serving their favorite specialty. Those represented are American, African, Brazilian, French, Irish, Italian, Latino, Lebanese and Polish. There will be Kiddy Land and Bounce House, face painting and games for everyone. Stickers the clown will be at Kiddy Land doing balloon sculptures and walking around the festival from 1 PM until 4 PM. We are offering the traditional food basket raffle, Chinese raffle and lottery ticket raffle. A White Elephant tag sale will take place on the grounds of the church. The craft area is being expanded to allow more crafters the opportunity to participate. Bring your lawn chair for an afternoon of fun and enjoyment.

12-5PM
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September 13    WOOFSTOCK 2015
The Controy Pavilion On Onota Lake
Lakeview Drive
- Pittsfield, MA (413) 447-7878
Join us for our 20th annual Woofstock Dog Walk which has been rescheduled! Help raise funds for shelter animals. Registration-10am/Walk-11am. Visit our many vendors, participate in canine games and our selective raffle, enjoy lots of kids activities. And there's also the popular pancake breakfast-8am. Pick up your pledge form at your local vets’ office, pet supply stores, Berkshire Humane Society or Purradise. You can also download your form at berkshirehumane.org  Ask your family, friends and neighbors to sponsor you for walking the day of the event. Start your own fundraising page and share it. You don’t even need a dog to participate! If you already turned your pledges in, you can still collect more. The money will be added to your total. Raise $500 or more in pledges and be invited to a luncheon hosted by Steve Caporizzo WTEN’s Chief meteorologist and founder of Pet Connection. There'll be many other great prizes for top fund raisers.
8AM-2PM
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September 13    NORM SCHAFFER
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
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September 14    JAZZ w/ANDY WRBA & FRIENDS
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA

8PM
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September 14    THE WHISKEY TREATY ROADSHOW w/SPECIAL GUESTS THE NOVEL IDEAS
40 Melville Street
- Pittsfield, MA

Shire City Sessions presents free, all age, live music concerts in a beautiful outdoor setting next to the former Notre Dame Church of 1895, which is located in the middle of the Berkshires of Western, Massachusetts.
Web Site

September 14    CHRISTOPHER JOHN
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 15    OPEN MIC NIGHT
Bogies Steak & Ale
935 South Main Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5959
9PM TILL CLOSE
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September 15   HINSDALE LIONS CLUB BINGO
Hinsdale Community Center
Maple Street, Route 143
- Hinsdale, MA (413) 655-2973
Admission $3.50. Come early - Dinner is available at reasonable prices: hamburgers, hot dogs, cold sandwiches, hot dishes, desserts, cold and hot beverages. Weekly Door Prizes Progressive Game - Charity Game Tickets.
6:30PM ...Doors Open At 5:00PM

September 15    TRIVIA
Mazcots Sports Bar & Grill
490 Pittsfield Road, Rte 7
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 499-1101
8
PM
Web Site

September 15   TEXAS HOLD'EM NIGHT-FREE POKER NIGHT
The Route 63 Roadhouse
32 Federal Street - Miller Falls
, MA  (413) 659-3384
Web Site

September 15   TEXAS HOLD'EM
The Brickhouse
425 Park Street
- North Housatonic, MA 
(413) 274-0020
7:30PM
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September 15    OPEN MIC w/JORDAN FRANKLIN
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA

8PM
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September 15    DAMON REEVES
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 15    20TH ANNUAL GOLF & TENNIS CHALLENGE
Stockbridge Golf Club
6 East Main Street - Stockbridge
, MA  (413) 637-2630

Golfers and tennis players of all levels are invited to play in the 20th Annual Golf and Tennis Challenge to benefit The Stockbridge Library and The Lenox Library. The Challenge is being held at the Stockbridge Golf Club, Stockbridge, MA on Tuesday, September 15, 2015, with a rain date of Tuesday, September 29, 2015. Pre-registration is required.
12:15
PM
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September 15    OPEN MIC
The Purple Pub
65 Spring Street - Williamstown
, MA  (413) 458-0095
8PM

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September 16    TRIVIA
PNA
13 Victory Street
- Adams, MA  (413) 743-9753
8PM - $50 FIRST PRIZE!
Web Site

September 16    OPEN ACOUSTIC MUSIC NIGHT
The Dream Away Lodge
1342 County Road
- Becket, MA  (413) 623-8725
8PM
Web Site

September 16    KARAOKE
Mazcots Sports Bar & Grill
490 Pittsfield Road, Rte 7
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 499-1101
9
PM
Web Site

September 16     TRIVIA
The Brickhouse
425 Park Street
- North Housatonic, MA 
(413) 274-0020
Web Site

September 16    BINGO
ITAM Lodge #564
93 Waubeek Road
- Pittsfield, MA  (413) 443-7134
BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT!!!   Non-Smoking - Refreshments Available - Progressive Jackpots.
6:30PM
Web Site

September 16    PETER PRIMAMORE GROUP
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
7:30
PM
Web Site

September 16    JOHN MYERS
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 17    DJ I.T.S.
Bogies Steak & Ale
935 South Main Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5959
$3 COVER
Web Site

September 17    TOUCHSTONES w/KATE BOLICK
The Mount
Route 7, Plunkett Street - Lenox, MA (413) 551-5100

Journalist and cultural critic Kate Bolick is back with another season of Touchstones: Conversations at The Mount. This year’s featured authors tackle provocative and controversial topics including race, gender, class, marriage and motherhood.
4 THURSDAYS - 4 INTERVIEWS
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September 17    LIVE MUSIC
The Olde Heritage Tavern
12 Housatonic Street - Lenox
, MA  (413) 637-0884

8-11:30PM
Web Site

September 17    OPEN MIC NIGHT
The Route 63 Roadhouse
32 Federal Street - Miller Falls
, MA  (413) 659-3384
9PM
Web Site

September 17    PICKY BASTARDS
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street - Pittsfield, MA

The Picky Bastards are a collective of rotating local musicians playing your favorite Folk, Rock and Americana tunes hosted by Dave Brown and Chris Merenda. If it goes well, this will continue indefinitely so come out and support! Come on out and if you don’t like what you hear, but have faith in our potential, just write down your requests for the next show and we’ll cover it for you!
8PM
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September 17    THE MALIBU BROTHER
Bousquet
10 Dan Fox Drive - Pittsfield, MA (413) 442-8316

Performing hits from Metallica, Van Morrison to Johnny Cash to James Taylor and much more! NO COVER
6:30-9:30PM
Web Site

September 17    THIRD THURSDAY
Downtown - Pittsfield
, MA

3rd Thursday Celebrates Healthy Pittsfield with Green Mile Road Race and Mini Farmers Market. Upstreet Pittsfield’s award-winning street festival, 3rd Thursdays, returns on Thursday, June 18th with a Healthy Pittsfield theme, sponsored by Berkshire Bank. The event will feature the first ever Downtown Pittsfield Mini Farmers Market and the Dottie’s Coffee Lounge Open Air Flea Market. The largest free outdoor event series in the Berkshires, 3rd Thursdays are family friendly and open to all. North Street will be closed to vehicular traffic from West Street to Linden Street and will be filled with music, performance, food and community activities.
5PM
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September 17    ROBN O'HERIN
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 17    COUPLES NIGHT "BIRD HOUSE & BARN"
Mount Washington House
2627 NY23
- Hillsdale, NY 
(413) 205-8346
Each canvas is 16x20 for a total painting size of 32x20 inches! All painting materials and instruction included for this 2 hr painting.
7-9
PM/$30 PER PERSON
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September 18 - 19    LEE IDOL 2015
Spectrum Playhouse
Franklin Street - Lee, MA (413) 394-5023

As part of the Founder’s Day Weekend in historical downtown Lee, MA on September 18th and 19th, The Spectrum Playhouse will present the 5th Annual “Lee Idol”, a fun and entertaining contest for singers, musicians and audience. Sign ups begin at 6pm. When the contest begins at 7pm, three local celebrity judges will hear all contestants and give feedback on their performances. On Saturday evening, the 3 finalists will be announced and after they have each performed 2 songs, the audience will be asked to choose the final winner by secret ballot. This year’s winner will receive the biggest cash prize yet!
Tickets for either night are $5.00 and can be purchased at the door.
6-9
PM
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September 18 - 20   FOUNDER'S WEEKEND CELEBRATION
3 Park Place
- Lee, MA (413) 243-0852

It is the Town of Lee's annual birthday celebration!!! 3 days of fun for the entire family ... Food, Music, Art, Hometown Parade, Community Block Dance, Crafts, Magic Show, Face Painting, Entertainment, Duck Derby, Vintage Tennis Tournament, Sidewalk sales, Contests & Prizes, Street Vendors and much, much more! Hometown Parade Antique cars, Lee High Band, Lee Fire & EMS, Berkshire Highlanders and floats galore! Saturday at 10:00 AM - Don't miss it!
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September 18 - 20   FRESH GRASS
MASS MoCA
1
040 MASS MoCA Way - North Adams, MA

Don't be late to the party - get your tickets now and meet us on the field for outdoor concerts, late-night hoedowns, urban camping, workshops, jam sessions, luthier demos, free admission to MASS MoCA’s galleries, delicious Berkshire food, and some serious fun.
Punch Brothers * Leftover Salmon
Jerry Douglas presents Earls of Leicester
I'm With Her featuring
Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz & Aoife O'Donovan
Alison Brown * Peter Rowan * Lost Bayou Ramblers
Mr. Sun * Flatt Lonesome * Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem
Twisted Pine * Quiles & Cloud
Dwight Yoakam
and lots more to come
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September 18 - 20   FRESH GROUND CAMPING: "IN TENTS!"
MASS MoCA
1
040 MASS MoCA Way - North Adams, MA

FreshGround is a tent-camping field within easy walking distance (.7 miles; 12 minutes) to the festival, convenient to downtown merchants, bars, and restaurants. There’s a shuttle bus to ferry you when you need it.
Web Site

September 18   OPEN MIC
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue
- Adams, MA 
(413) 743-0193
Web Site

September 18    TOM CORRIGAN
PNA
13 Victory Street
- Adams, MA (413) 743-9753

4-8PM
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September 18   BINGO
St. Mary's School
115 Orchard Street
- Lee, MA 
(413) 243-1079
St. Mary's Bingo Every Friday Night!****Doors open at 5:00 PM and games start promptly at 6:30 PM.****Each week our (two progressive games) will pay out $1,199 each if won that night. Our lottery table is stocked with Jockeys, Horse Race, Speedball and Stingers. Our basic entrance package is $9.00 with open seating for all players. Weekly meal specials available. We always have our regular items available. Free coffee is always available. You must be 18 years of age or older to play.**REMINDER that we do not accept personal checks for Bingo**at St. Mary's School.
5PM DOORS OPEN

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September 18    PETIT DEJEUNER
The Mount, Edith Wharton's House
2 Plunkett Street
- Lenox, MA  (413) 551-5111
Come enjoy coffee, croissants, and some French conversation on the terrace every Friday morning in June, July and August in honor of Edith Wharton’s love affair with France! Petit Dejeuner is open to all French speakers. Conversation begins at 8:00 and costs $5. Reservations must be made the Wednesday prior at petit.dejeuner.francais@gmail.com
8-9:30AM
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September 18  KARAOKE
Uncle Larry's Tavern
71 Chester Road
- Becket, MA 
(413) 623-8711
9PM
Web Site

September 18    BLUE LIGHT TRIO
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
7:30
PM
Web Site

September 18    ROB SANZONE TRIO
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 19 - 20    HOUSATONIC HERITAGE WALK
Great Barrington, MA (413) 394-9773
Come join us on short walks as well as longer hikes, walking tours of towns and historical buildings, nature and birding walks, tours of industrial site ruins, and, a canoe/kayak trip on the river. Historians,
naturalists, and environmentalists will help participants explore:
•The Housatonic River
•The history of the villages and towns in the region as
expressed in archaeological and industrial sites,
architecture, bridges, and monuments,
•Both prominent and unsung geological, ornithological
and horticultural resources, and
•Splendid autumn foliage vistas.

Web Site

September 19    LIVE JAZZ
Castle Street Cafe
10 Castle Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5244
Web Site

September 19    HOUSATONIC HERITAGE WALK: CHAMPION OAK TREES
Bidwell House Museum
100 Art School Road
- Monterey, MA  (413) 528-6888
A guided walk on Bidwell lands exploring flora and fauna of the Berkshire upland forest. Led by Dr. Richard Greene. Please dress for the weather and terrain and bring water.
10A
M
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September 19    THE PICKY BASTARDS
Bousquet
10 Dan Fox Drive - Pittsfield, MA (413) 442-8316

A bluegrass-centric power duo led by Chris Merenda (Banjo & Vocals) and Rob Sanzone (Guitars & Mandolin) and always featuring a rotating cast of all-star musicians. The Picky Bastards cover everything from old-time traditional to modern pop to classic rock n’ roll and diamond-in-the-rough originals all executed under the guise of bluegrass.
8
PM
Web Site

September 19    DAN GINGRAS
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
7:30
PM
Web Site

September 19    ROGER SALLOOM
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 19    HORTICULTURAL TECHNIQUES CLINIC: PERENNIAL BED RENOVATION
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road - Stockbridge, MA (413) 298-3926

Learn from Brad Roeller, horticultural techniques essential for the home gardener. This two-day, hands-on clinic will focus on renovation of established and old perennial beds, including how to read a planting plan. Techniques will include lifting and dividing perennials, double-digging, soil assessment, application of compost and needed amendments into the lower soil profile and replanting the perennials according to the planting plan. Students will learn how to assess the growing conditions of the bed and determine what amendments should be added to insure optimal plant performance. This course also serves as a foundation for establishing new perennial beds. Tools and materials will be provided. (Limited to 12 students, rain dates: September 20 & 27) Bring a bag lunch and dress for gardening. Cost $195
9AM-4
PM
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September 19   COW TAILS
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265
Shuttle Bus Boards At The Station @ 9:30AM. Cynthia Creech single-handedly rescued a herd of Randall Cows and transported them from Vermont to her home in Tennessee, and finally to New Lebanon. Now she raises them for some of the best beef you’ve ever had. Join Cynthia at Artemis Farm to hear the story, learn about this heritage breed and a cow rancher’s life, and enjoy the beautiful outdoors. Outdoors.
10-11AM
/$15
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September 19   THE PRINTED WORD
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265
Shuttle Bus Boards At The Station @ 9:30AM. Jerry Grant and Sharon Koomler lead this fascinating tour and hands on demonstration of old time printing presses. Leave with hand printed cards and a new appreciation of what it took to get the word out and exercise the hard fought right to freedom of speech not too long ago.
10:30AM
/$15
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September 19   HANDS TO WORK, HEARTS TO GOD: TO THE MEETINGHOUSE
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265.
Shuttle Bus Boards At The Station @ 1PM. Join Wyatt Erchak. Shaker Museum Coordinator and Educator, to meet the Shakers, whose quest for perfection was expressed in many ways including the way they organized and ruled themselves and the creation of magnificent furniture and architecture. Come to the place they established as their 18th century headquarters. Take a walk up to the Meetinghouse, where the Shakers held public services on Sundays. Then, on the walk back to the North Family, learn about persecution Shaker founder Ann Lee faced in the New Lebanon community during a 1783 visit
1:30-3
PM/$15
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September 19   FROM CLAY TO VESSEL
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265.
Shuttle Bus Boards At The Station @ 3:45PM. Potter Helen Burton will demonstrate the different methods of transforming clay into functional and beautiful pieces of pottery. Hear about the various kinds of pottery from majolica to fine china and learn each step of the process, the time and discipline that goes into working with clay, as well as the fun and creativity.
2-3:30
PM/$15
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September 19   WORKING DOGS
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265
Shuttle Bus Boards At The Station @ 4PM. Visit the Johnson Family Homestead to witness an age-old system of family farming where everything is interconnected. Walk in the family’s garden, pick ripe vegetables and pick weeds to feed to the poultry. Thanks to training that builds on their instincts, the Johnson Family’s Border Collies help keep livestock safe. Learn how herding breeds of farm dogs are trained and worked. Young visitors will be encouraged to participate and everyone who might like to own a farm dog of any breed will be given pointers.
4-5:30
PM/$15
Web Site

September 20    39TH ANNUAL JOSH BILLINGS RUNAGROUND TRIATHLON
Price Chopper Plaza
Rte 7 - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 637-3010

9:30AM RACE BEGINS
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September 20   666 TOURNAMENT
Egremont Country Club
685 South Egremont Road
- Great Barrington, MA (413) 528-4222
TEAMS CONSIST OF 1 MAN AND 1 WOMAN/TEE TIMES 9AM TO 11AM
Web Site

September 20    SUNDAY MUSICAL BRUNCH w/LIVE MUSIC
Starving Artist Creperie & Cafe
40 Main Street, Suite 2 - Lee
, MA  (413) 394-5046
11AM-1PM
Web Site

September 20    ALL YOU CAN EAT BRUNCH BUFFET
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
11AM-3
PM
Web Site

September 20    PIPER HOPKINS BAND
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
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September 20   LETTY COIN POGREBIN READING
West Stockbridge Historical Society
9 Main Street
- West Stockbridge, MA

The Berkshire Festival of Women Writers presents MS Magazine co-founder, journalist and author Letty Cottin Pogrebin reading from her new novel, Single Jewish Male Seeking Soul Mate. Hosted by Berkshire Magazine editor Anastasia Bakkalapulo Stanmeyer and BFWW founding director Jennifer Browdy. This event will take place at the West Stockbridge Historical Society, with a reception to follow at the Shaker Dam Coffeehouse & Stanmeyer Gallery.
For tickets and information visit: www.berkshirewomenwriters.org

3
PM
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September 21   STEVE BLASS TOURNAMENT
Egremont Country Club
685 South Egremont Road
- Great Barrington, MA (413) 528-4222
12P
M SHOTGUN
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September 21    JAZZ w/ANDY WRBA & FRIENDS
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA

8PM
Web Site

September 21    PHILOS MOORE
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 22    OPEN MIC NIGHT
Bogies Steak & Ale
935 South Main Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5959
9PM TILL CLOSE
Web Site

September 22   HINSDALE LIONS CLUB BINGO
Hinsdale Community Center
Maple Street, Route 143
- Hinsdale, MA (413) 655-2973
Admission $3.50. Come early - Dinner is available at reasonable prices: hamburgers, hot dogs, cold sandwiches, hot dishes, desserts, cold and hot beverages. Weekly Door Prizes Progressive Game - Charity Game Tickets.
6:30PM ...Doors Open At 5:00PM

September 22    TRIVIA
Mazcots Sports Bar & Grill
490 Pittsfield Road, Rte 7
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 499-1101
8
PM
Web Site

September 22   TEXAS HOLD'EM NIGHT-FREE POKER NIGHT
The Route 63 Roadhouse
32 Federal Street - Miller Falls
, MA  (413) 659-3384
Web Site

September 22   TEXAS HOLD'EM
The Brickhouse
425 Park Street
- North Housatonic, MA 
(413) 274-0020
7:30PM
Web Site

September 22    OPEN MIC w/JORDAN FRANKLIN
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA

8PM
Web Site

September 22    ADAM BROTHERS
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 22    OPEN MIC
The Purple Pub
65 Spring Street - Williamstown
, MA  (413) 458-0095
8PM

Web Site

September 23    TRIVIA
PNA
13 Victory Street
- Adams, MA  (413) 743-9753
8PM - $50 FIRST PRIZE!
Web Site

September 23    OPEN ACOUSTIC MUSIC NIGHT
The Dream Away Lodge
1342 County Road
- Becket, MA  (413) 623-8725
8PM
Web Site

September 23    KARAOKE
Mazcots Sports Bar & Grill
490 Pittsfield Road, Rte 7
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 499-1101
9
PM
Web Site

September 23     TRIVIA
The Brickhouse
425 Park Street
- North Housatonic, MA 
(413) 274-0020
Web Site

September 23    BINGO
ITAM Lodge #564
93 Waubeek Road
- Pittsfield, MA  (413) 443-7134
BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT!!!   Non-Smoking - Refreshments Available - Progressive Jackpots.
6:30PM
Web Site

September 23    PETER PRIMAMORE GROUP
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
7:30
PM
Web Site

September 23    JEFF GONZALES SOLO
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 24 - 26    ALL RISE: COURT DANCE
Shakespeare & Company
70 Kemble Street
- Lenox, MA  (413) 637-3353

8
PM/$30
Web Site

September 24 - 27   RECAPTURE YOUR BLISS WOMEN'S RETREAT
Eastover Estate & Retreat Center
430 East Street
- Lenox, MA 
(978) 470-3366
Join Melissa Dragon (Divorce Attorney/Author/Radio Host/Motivational Speaker), and special yoga instructors Lisa Saremi and Desiree Lee for a life-changing 4-day women’s retreat.
8AM-5PM EACH DAY

Web Site

September 24    DJ I.T.S.
Bogies Steak & Ale
935 South Main Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5959
$3 COVER
Web Site

September 24    LIVE MUSIC
The Olde Heritage Tavern
12 Housatonic Street - Lenox
, MA  (413) 637-0884
8-11:30PM
Web Site

September 24    MEGHAN DAUM
The Mount
Route 7, Plunkett Street - Lenox, MA (413) 551-5100

Meghan and Kate will discuss the necessity of authentic personal writing in a world that prefers sentiment over truth.
7:30
PM/$15 ADV/$18 DOOR
Web Site

September 24    OPEN MIC NIGHT
The Route 63 Roadhouse
32 Federal Street - Miller Falls
, MA  (413) 659-3384
9PM
Web Site

September 24    PICKY BASTARDS
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street - Pittsfield, MA

The Picky Bastards are a collective of rotating local musicians playing your favorite Folk, Rock and Americana tunes hosted by Dave Brown and Chris Merenda. If it goes well, this will continue indefinitely so come out and support! Come on out and if you don’t like what you hear, but have faith in our potential, just write down your requests for the next show and we’ll cover it for you!
8PM
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September 24    THE MALIBU BROTHER
Bousquet
10 Dan Fox Drive - Pittsfield, MA (413) 442-8316

Performing hits from Metallica, Van Morrison to Johnny Cash to James Taylor and much more! NO COVER
6:30-9:30PM
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September 24    GRAHM STURZ
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 24   FOUR FREEDOMS FORUM AGING IN AMERICA: ATTITUDES AND ACCESS
Norman Rockwell Museum
9 Route 183
- Stockbridge, MA (413) 298-4100

The dramatic increase in life expectancy in the United States and all other developed nations is one of the greatest cultural and scientific advances in our history. Are we prepared to address the challenges resulting from generational change and the need for access to differentiated care? Inspired by Roz Chast’s graphic memoir, Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? focusing on the relationship with her aging parents, this program will feature commentary by experts in the field and encourage community discourse. A reception will follow. Free.
5:30-7:30
PM
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September 24    AN INSIDER'S WALK THROUGH OLANA: FOREGROUND, MIDDLE GROUND & THE VIEWSHED
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road - Stockbridge, MA (413) 298-3926

Join Olana’s Landscape Curator for a guided tour along Olana’s carriage roads, followed by a tour of Olana’s main house and current exhibition, River Crossings. The naturalistic landscape was fully designed by the famed artist Frederic Church around its 360-degree views. The tour will explore the history of Olana from the 19th century to the present day, including efforts to restore the historic landscape and protect its spectacular viewshed. This program will blend horticulture, landscape design, art and history together for a spectacular autumn day at one of the Hudson Valley’s most beautiful sites. Following the program enjoy a picnic on the grounds. Our guide: Mark Prezorski is the Landscape Curator for The Olana Partnership. On-site time 10am-12:30pm Members $35; Nonmembers $45
9AM-2
PM
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September 25 - 26    SATURDAY NIGHT LIV
Spectrum Playhouse
Franklin Street - Lee, MA (413) 394-5023

A sketch comedy/variety show. Remember those great variety shows of the late 1960s and early 70s? Ed Sullivan, Carol Burnett, the original Saturday Night Live? They combined comedy, music, and novelty acts of all kinds: impressionists, jugglers, acrobats, plate spinners, and many other acts, some absolutely indescribable! TV may have forgotten the variety show, but the rebirth of the genre is about to happen, right in front of you! SATURDAY NIGHT LIV, hosted by Liv Cummins, is a live variety show where almost anything can happen — great singers and songwriters, sketch comedy, musical theater moments — in short, variety! After all, it’s the spice of life.
7:30-8:30
PM/$10 STUDENTS & SENIORS/$20 GENERAL
Web Site

September 25   OPEN MIC
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue
- Adams, MA 
(413) 743-0193
Web Site

September 25    JIM WITHERELL
PNA
13 Victory Street
- Adams, MA (413) 743-9753

4-8PM
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September 25   BINGO
St. Mary's School
115 Orchard Street
- Lee, MA 
(413) 243-1079
St. Mary's Bingo Every Friday Night!****Doors open at 5:00 PM and games start promptly at 6:30 PM.****Each week our (two progressive games) will pay out $1,199 each if won that night. Our lottery table is stocked with Jockeys, Horse Race, Speedball and Stingers. Our basic entrance package is $9.00 with open seating for all players. Weekly meal specials available. We always have our regular items available. Free coffee is always available. You must be 18 years of age or older to play.**REMINDER that we do not accept personal checks for Bingo**at St. Mary's School.
5PM DOORS OPEN

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September 25    PETIT DEJEUNER
The Mount, Edith Wharton's House
2 Plunkett Street
- Lenox, MA  (413) 551-5111
Come enjoy coffee, croissants, and some French conversation on the terrace every Friday morning in June, July and August in honor of Edith Wharton’s love affair with France! Petit Dejeuner is open to all French speakers. Conversation begins at 8:00 and costs $5. Reservations must be made the Wednesday prior at petit.dejeuner.francais@gmail.com
8-9:30AM
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September 25  KARAOKE
Uncle Larry's Tavern
71 Chester Road
- Becket, MA 
(413) 623-8711
9PM
Web Site

September 25    BLUE LIGHT TRIO
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
7:30
PM
Web Site

September 25    KENN MORR BAND
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 26 - 27    HOUSATONIC HERITAGE WALK
Great Barrington, MA (413) 394-9773
Come join us on short walks as well as longer hikes, walking tours of towns and historical buildings, nature and birding walks, tours of industrial site ruins, and, a canoe/kayak trip on the river. Historians,
naturalists, and environmentalists will help participants explore:
•The Housatonic River
•The history of the villages and towns in the region as
expressed in archaeological and industrial sites,
architecture, bridges, and monuments,
•Both prominent and unsung geological, ornithological
and horticultural resources, and
•Splendid autumn foliage vistas.

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September 26 - 27    COUNTRY FAIR
Hancock Shaker Village

1843 West Housatonic Street - Pittsfield
, MA (413) 443-0188

Celebrate the bounty of the harvest on the spectacular grounds of Hancock Shaker Village, with a farmer's market, horse-drawn wagon rides and the best local and regional crafts -- all for sale! Enjoy our food tent with regional specialties. Listen to music, watch agricultural demonstrations, and even jump in a pile of hay!
10
AM-5PM/ADULTS $20, SENIORS $18, YOUTHS (AGES 13-17) $8, CHILDREN 12 & UNDER FREE
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September 26    LIVE JAZZ
Castle Street Cafe
10 Castle Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5244
Web Site

September 26   CANAAN VFW TOURNAMENT
Egremont Country Club
685 South Egremont Road
- Great Barrington, MA (413) 528-4222
11
AM SHOTGUN
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September 26    FAMILIES IN THE WILD
Bidwell House Museum
100 Art School Road
- Monterey, MA  (413) 528-6888
Enjoy the wonders of nature, foraging for wild edibles, playing games, and creating fire together with ancient tools. Outdoor adventure day led by Flying Deer Nature Center staff on the Bidwell grounds for parents and children age 5 to 12. Advance reservations necessary.
10AM-1PM

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September 26    THE PICKY BASTARDS
Bousquet
10 Dan Fox Drive - Pittsfield, MA (413) 442-8316

A bluegrass-centric power duo led by Chris Merenda (Banjo & Vocals) and Rob Sanzone (Guitars & Mandolin) and always featuring a rotating cast of all-star musicians. The Picky Bastards cover everything from old-time traditional to modern pop to classic rock n’ roll and diamond-in-the-rough originals all executed under the guise of bluegrass.
8
PM
Web Site

September 26    JACK HYDON
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
7:30
PM
Web Site

September 26    AN EVENING WITH PAULA POUNDSTONE
The Colonial Theatre
111 South Street
- Pittsfield, MA

8
PM/$25-$55
Web Site

September 26    BIGGER BOAT
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 26    BONSAI: CONIFER WORKSHOP
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road - Stockbridge, MA (413) 298-3926

Back by popular demand, join bonsai expert Glen Lord for this hands-on workshop on conifers. Learn about bonsai, the ancient Japanese method of growing, pruning and caring for a miniature tree in a small pot. Bonsai is a rewarding blend of science and art, and this workshop will help students find the right path to enjoying this horticultural pursuit. Participants will learn the history, methods and tools used in bonsai, with a focus on basic pruning, styling, potting and aftercare for cold-hardy bonsai. Instruction, bonsai plant, tools, soil and pot are all included in the cost of this class. Members $145; Nonmembers $155 (fee includes all materials)
10AM-12
PM
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September 26    HORTICULTURAL TECHNIQUES CLINIC: PERENNIAL BED RENOVATION
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road - Stockbridge, MA (413) 298-3926

Learn from Brad Roeller, horticultural techniques essential for the home gardener. This two-day, hands-on clinic will focus on renovation of established and old perennial beds, including how to read a planting plan. Techniques will include lifting and dividing perennials, double-digging, soil assessment, application of compost and needed amendments into the lower soil profile and replanting the perennials according to the planting plan. Students will learn how to assess the growing conditions of the bed and determine what amendments should be added to insure optimal plant performance. This course also serves as a foundation for establishing new perennial beds. Tools and materials will be provided. (Limited to 12 students, rain dates: September 20 & 27) Bring a bag lunch and dress for gardening. Cost $195
9AM-4
PM
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September 26  LOVE AND CHAOS
St. James Church
Route 66 & 203 - Chatham, NY  (518) 644-0007.
Clarion Concert's second performance of the 2015 Leaf Peeper season highlights song of love and loss for soprano, mezzo soprano and piano, along with Stravinsky's Rite of Spring. Ran Dank and Soyeon Kate Lee will play piano, with Arianna Zukerman as featured soprano and Heather Johnson as featured mezzo soprano.
7:30PM
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September 26   HOMESTEADING 101: CHICKEN PROCESSING WORKSHOP
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265
Shuttle Bus Boards At The Station @ 9:30AM. In this workshop with Paul Rix and Anna Duhon, you experience all aspects of processing a chicken from start to finish with the guidance of Paul, who has processed poultry professionally for years, and now does so at a homestead scale with Anna. The chickens are a rare dual-purpose breed raised on pasture and fed only organic grain, along with a healthy foraged diet. At the end of the workshop, you have the option to purchase the bird you processed directly from Paul and Anna. Indoor/Outdoor.
10AM-12
PM/$15
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September 26   ANIMAL TRACKING
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265
Shuttle Bus Boards At The Station @ 9:30AM. Join Flying Deer Nature Center Director Josh Wood in the woods and meadows of New Lebanon and learn to identify animals by their tracks. Find out how to recognize animal signs, gaits and patterns and uncover a wealth of mysteries written in the landscape. Whether you are new to the art of tracking or you have been tracking for years, this morning outing is sure to hone your awareness of the natural world. Outdoor.
10:30AM-12:30
PM/$15
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September 26   DELHI FOOD FEST
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265
Shuttle Bus Boards At The Station @ 1:30PM. Join Giku and Sunny Kumar, who have transported their culinary traditions from their native Delhi, India, to learn how to prepare a delicious Indian meal. Who could imagine that a highway mini mart would be home to such high-end fare – not to mention Indian clothing and jewelry along with all the usual assortment of ice cream and beer! Indoor.
2-3
PM/$15
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September 26   RESCUING & REUSING AN HISTORIC HOUSE
Behold! Station & General Store
438 NY Route 20
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 720-7265
Join historic preservationist Deborah Gordon, founder of the Phoenix Project of Eastern NY Inc., on a tour of a historic New Lebanon building built c. 1800, which her company has saved and is the preserving and reusing for the community’s benefit. What does the skeleton of an old building have to tell us about its own history? How does one start to rehabilitate an old home? What do you save? What do you discard? Discover hidden treasures Deborah has found along the way during excavation. Indoor. Shuttle Bus Boards At The Station @ 4PM.
4:30-5:30PM/$15
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September 27 - 30   SUKKAHFEST
Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center
116 Johnson Road
- Falls Village, CT

All Streams of Judaism flow from One Source! Sukkahfest is Isabella Freedman’s annual celebration of the harvest festival featuring a radically pluralistic and inclusive atmosphere. The many become one as we all come together in our harvest-adorned lakeside Sukkah.
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September 27    NFL FOOTBALL PARTY!
PNA
13 Victory Street - Adams, MA (413) 743-9753.

SEAFOOD FEST IV (Price TBA soon) per person in advance/Twin Lobsters, Dozen Steamers, Shrimp and Chowder. All fresh from Maine! 9/22 Deadline to sign up! Come on up for the ALL THE GAMES!
4PM
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September 27    THE SPURS USA
Gypsy Joynt
293 Main Street
- Great Barrington, MA 
(413) 644-8811
8
PM
Web Site

September 27   FRIENDS OF MOE TOURNAMENT
Egremont Country Club
685 South Egremont Road
- Great Barrington, MA (413) 528-4222
11
AM SHOTGUN
Web Site

September 27    SUNDAY MUSICAL BRUNCH w/LIVE MUSIC
Starving Artist Creperie & Cafe
40 Main Street, Suite 2 - Lee
, MA  (413) 394-5046
11AM-1PM
Web Site

September 27    ALL YOU CAN EAT BRUNCH BUFFET
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
11AM-3
PM
Web Site

September 27    JAMES MEE
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 28    CHAMPU
Gypsy Joynt
293 Main Street
- Great Barrington, MA 
(413) 644-8811
8
PM
Web Site

September 28    JAZZ w/ANDY WRBA & FRIENDS
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA

8PM
Web Site

September 28    SANDY & SANDY
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 29    OPEN MIC NIGHT
Bogies Steak & Ale
935 South Main Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5959
9PM TILL CLOSE
Web Site

September 29   HINSDALE LIONS CLUB BINGO
Hinsdale Community Center
Maple Street, Route 143
- Hinsdale, MA (413) 655-2973
Admission $3.50. Come early - Dinner is available at reasonable prices: hamburgers, hot dogs, cold sandwiches, hot dishes, desserts, cold and hot beverages. Weekly Door Prizes Progressive Game - Charity Game Tickets.
6:30PM ...Doors Open At 5:00PM

September 29    TRIVIA
Mazcots Sports Bar & Grill
490 Pittsfield Road, Rte 7
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 499-1101
8
PM
Web Site

September 29   TEXAS HOLD'EM NIGHT-FREE POKER NIGHT
The Route 63 Roadhouse
32 Federal Street - Miller Falls
, MA  (413) 659-3384
Web Site

September 29   TEXAS HOLD'EM
The Brickhouse
425 Park Street
- North Housatonic, MA 
(413) 274-0020
7:30PM
Web Site

September 29    OPEN MIC w/JORDAN FRANKLIN
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA

8PM
Web Site

September 29    10TH ANNUAL PAST NIGHT
Zucco's Family Restaurant
451 Dalton Avenue - Pittsfield
, MA  (413) 447-7878

It’s time for Berkshire Humane Society’s annual Pasta Dinner at Zucco’s Family Restaurant. Join us for a night of great food, friends, and fun while supporting the shelter. Dinner includes spaghetti or ziti with a choice of meatballs or sausages plus bread and butter. Cost - $10.00/adults and $5.00/children under 12. Other delicious menu items will also be available. As always, proceeds will benefit Berkshire Humane Society and its homeless animals and many community programs.
5-8PM
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September 29    DAVID REED
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

September 29    OPEN MIC
The Purple Pub
65 Spring Street - Williamstown
, MA  (413) 458-0095
8PM

Web Site

September 30    TRIVIA
PNA
13 Victory Street
- Adams, MA  (413) 743-9753
8PM - $50 FIRST PRIZE!
Web Site

September 30    OPEN ACOUSTIC MUSIC NIGHT
The Dream Away Lodge
1342 County Road
- Becket, MA  (413) 623-8725
8PM
Web Site

September 30    KARAOKE
Mazcots Sports Bar & Grill
490 Pittsfield Road, Rte 7
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 499-1101
9
PM
Web Site

September 30     TRIVIA
The Brickhouse
425 Park Street
- North Housatonic, MA 
(413) 274-0020
Web Site

September 30    BINGO
ITAM Lodge #564
93 Waubeek Road
- Pittsfield, MA  (413) 443-7134
BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT!!!   Non-Smoking - Refreshments Available - Progressive Jackpots.
6:30PM
Web Site

September 30    PETER PRIMAMORE GROUP
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0002
7:30
PM
Web Site

September 30    BRUCE MANDEL
Red Lion Inn - Lion's Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-5545
8-11
PM
Web Site

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