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   OCTOBER 2018 -  BERKSHIRE COUNTY CALENDAR OF EVENTS

October 1 - 21  CHANGING THE LANDSCAPE: WOMEN IMPRESSIONISTS FROM THE THOMAS CLARK COLLECTION
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
Drawn solely from the collection of Thomas Clark, whose collection includes works by at least nineteen female artists, the exhibition explores the work of less well-known American female impressionists who worked across the United States and were trained in Europe and America.
10AM-5PM
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October  1 - November 15   ART THAT SPEAKS
Fuel Bistro
293 Main Street
- Great Barrington, MA (413) 717-0031

Art That Speaks: Exhibition and Opening
Exhibition October 1-November 15, 2018
Artist Reception: October 8, 4pm to 6pm.
Art That Speaks​ will be on view at ​Fuel Bistro​, 293 Main Street, Great Barrington. The exhibition is free and open to the public from October 1 through November 15, 2018. A public reception for the artist and community members participating in the 50 State Initiative will be held on Monday October 8, Indigenous People’s Day, at Fuel Bistro in Great Barrington from 4-6pm.
Gabrielle Senza for ​Walk Unafraid ​with the​ For Freedoms 50 State Initiative ​ presents A​ rt That Speaks​, a public art exhibition featuring artwork by Guatemalan-born artist, Clemente Sajquiy that addresses issues of freedom, trust, community and social justice.
In addition to Sajquiy’s work, the exhibition will feature a display of campaign-style posters created by Berkshire County residents as part of the ​For Freedoms 5​0 State Inititiative​ ​- a nationwide project that seeks to use art to encourage civic engagement and public discourse in advance of November’s midterm elections.
Walk Unafraid​ is a non-profit arts initiative committed to building safer, more inclusive communities through interactive art programs. The​ For Freedoms​ 50 State Initiative is a platform for greater participation in the arts and in civic life.
SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES: @WeWalkUnafraid, #WeWalkUnafraid ​#walkunafraidworld #artthatspeaks​ @forfreedoms ​#ForFreedoms​ ​#50StateInitiative
Contact: Gabrielle Senza
Walk Unafraid
11 School Street, Great Barrington, MA 01230 413.717.0031
hello@walkunafraid.org www.walkunafraid.org

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October  1 - 8   BEAUTIFUL STRANGERS: ARTISTS DISCOVER THE GARDEN
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road
- Stockbridge, MA

An exhibition of contemporary sculptures throughout the 15-acre grounds. Free with admission to the Garden.
9AM-5PM
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October 1 - 8   PLANT LITHOGRAPHS - EXHIBITION
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road
- Stockbridge, MA

Exhibition of Plant Lithographs by world renowned abstract artist Ellsworth Kelly. Center House Leonhardt Galleries. Free with admission to the Garden
9AM-5PM
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October 1   OPEN KNITTING GROUP
Colorful Stitches Fine Yarn "Knitting Loft" (Second Floor)
48 Main Street/Rear Suite
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-8206
Join fellow knitters at Colorful Stitches Fine Yarn for an afternoon of sharing and enjoying your knitting hobby. Bring a friend and join the group around the table. Experienced Colorful Stitches knitters are always on hand for assistance. No charge to participate. 800-413-6111
1PM
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October  2   ORNAMENTAL WOODY PLANTS
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road
- Stockbridge, MA

This course will cover ornamental shrubs, small flowering trees, shade trees, and broadleaf and needle evergreens. Students will become familiar with the many garden-worthy woody plants that thrive in Zone 5. Course covers plant ID, selection, siting, cultivation, and possible design uses.(4 Classes) Members: $175/Non-Members: $185
5:30-8:30PM
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October 2    OPEN MIC
The Purple Pub
65 Spring Street - Williamstown
, MA  (413) 458-0095
8PM

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October 2  HERE & NOW TOURS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
Once a month, in-home caregivers and individuals with dementia, early stages of Alzheimer’s, and other cognitive challenges can participate in a free Museum visit program. A Museum educator will lead a conversation about individual works of art that encourages social interaction and communication. RSVP by contacting Keri Dudek at kdudek@hydecollection.org or 518-792-1761, ext. 317. Groups from care facilities can reserve Here and Now Tours for four to eight people by contacting Keri.
2-3PM

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   OCTOBER 2018 - BERKSHIRE COUNTY CALENDAR OF EVENTS (cont'd.)

October 2   DJ DREW KARAOKE
M&M's Tap & Tavern
501 Route 20, Midtown Mall Plaza
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 794-6102
7
PM
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October 3   OPEN MIC
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue - Adams
, MA  (413) 743-0193
7:30PM
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October 3   SPANISH GUITAR w/BEN SCHMOLZE
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA

7-9PM
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October 3  ARTFUL AFTERNOONS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
An afternoon drop-in art program for guardians and children ages 6 to 12. Begin by examining a work from the Museum’s permanent collection or exhibitions, then visit the Art Studio to put your discoveries into action. A different topic is explored each week. Suggested donation
2:30-4:30PM

October 4   THE DECEMBERISTS w/MARISSA NADLER
MASS MoCA
1040 MASS MoCA Way
- North Adams, MA

The Decemberists explore a new sound in a MASS MoCA performance on Thursday, October 4 — in support of their eighth studio album I’ll Be Your Girl, which will be released on March 16 on Capitol Records. The acclaimed Portland, Oregon-based band worked with producer John Congleton on the new record (St. Vincent, Lana Del Rey) and embraced influences such as Roxy Music and New Order to spark a new creative path.
“When you’ve been a band for 17 years, inevitably there are habits you fall into,” says Colin Meloy. “So our ambition this time was really just to get out of our comfort zone. That’s what prompted working with a different producer and using a different studio. We wanted to free ourselves from old patterns and give ourselves permission to try something different.”
With I’ll Be Your Girl, the Decemberists—lead vocalist and guitarist Meloy, guitarist Chris Funk, keyboardist Jenny Conlee, bassist Nate Query, and drummer John Moen—explore new approaches to making music and broaden their sonic range. Previous Decemberists’ records, such as The Hazards of Love or The Crane Wife, have been structured around thematic or musical concepts, though Meloy maintains that ultimately it’s always “our frame of mind that ties them together.” This time, he says, the songs share a mood that’s steeped in our current times and condition— “exuberant nihilism, an apocalyptic dance party was what we envisioned.”
8PM
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October 4   JAZZ GRUPPO MONDO
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue - Adams
, MA  (413) 743-0193
8PM
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October 4   FIVE COURSE WINE DINNER
The Dream Away Lodge
1342 County Road
- Becket, MA 
(413) 623-8725
7
-10PM
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October 4   PICKY BASTARDS
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA

8PM
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October 4   JAKE KLAR
Down County Social Club
864 South Undermountain Road
- Sheffield, MA (413) 229-2916

Jake Klar is a singer, songwriter, poet, and visual artist from Northampton, MA.
7-10P
M
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October 4   TAVERN TRIVIA w/MIKE HECK
M&M's Tap & Tavern
501 Route 20, Midtown Mall Plaza
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 794-6102
7
PM
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October 4  TOURS FOR TOTS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
A morning program for guardians and children ages 3 to 5. Explore the Museum’s permanent collection or exhibitions with age-appropriate gallery and art-making activities introducing young children to big ideas in art. Different topics are explored each week by use of art materials, books, and play. Suggested donation.
10:30-11:30AM

October 4  ART & YOGA
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
Yoga Instructor Kate Patterson will lead participants through a workout inspired by the art of Jane Peterson. Bring your yoga mat and begin your evening with art and relaxation. $10 members/$12 non-members. RSVP by contacting Kayla at 518-792-1761, ext. 310, or adminassist@hydecollection.org
5PM

October 5 - 6   PUMPKIN TRAIL
Naumkeag
5 Prospect Hill Road
- Stockbridge, MA

Reservations Strongly Suggested
5-7:30PM
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October 5 - 7    PUMPKIN FEST
Whitney's Farm Market & Garden Center

1775 South State Road - Cheshire, MA (413) 442-4749
Join Whitney's festivities and fun! Choose from: you pick pumpkins, haunted corn maze, free hay rides, face painting, pony rides, pumpkin bouncer, scavenger hunts and so much more!
FRIDAYS 2-5:30PM/SATURDAY & SUNDAY 11AM-5:30PM
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October 5 - 14   PITTSFIELD CITY JAZZ FESTIVAL
Downtown
Pittsfield, MA

October 5 - 7: Jazz About Time
October 10: Jazz Prodigy Concert, Gabriel Severn, Bass Phenom
October 12: Vocalist veronica swift With The Berkshire Jazz All-Star Trio
October 13: Christian McBride's New Jawn Berkshires Jazz Youth Ensemble
October 14: Jazz Brunch
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October 5   NAMOLI BRENNET
The Dream Away Lodge
1342 County Road
- Becket, MA 
(413) 623-8725
8-10PM
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October 5   KARAOKE
Papa Bob's
71 Chester Road
- Becket, MA 
(413) 623-8711
8PM
Web Site

October 5   OPEN MIC
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue - Adams
, MA  (413) 743-0193
8PM
Web Site

October 5   NEJAIME'S WINE CELLARS PRESENT G.D. VAJRA WINE TASTING EVENT
Ventfort Hall Mansion And Gilded Age Museum
104 Walker Street
- Lenox, MA (413) 637-3206

Tasting with Kevin Natoli, US Representative of G.D. Vajra Wines!
“Vajra is one of Piedmont’s best kept secrets…enter a word of sublime, hand-crafted, artisan wines of the very highest level.” – The Wine Advoate, A. Galloni, #185, Oct. 2009. Cost to atted the wine tasting is $35. Optional 4:30 pm tour of Ventfort Hall can be added for an additional $15 per person. Please call Nejaime’s Wine Cellars for reservation at (413) 637-2221.
5:30PM
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October 5   OPEN HOUSE
NUarts Studios And Gallery
311 North Street, 2nd Floor, Corner Of Union
- Pittsfield, MA

NUarts Studios & Gallery is hosting it's last Open Studios of the season with a behind the scenes look into the working lives of an eclectic group of 20+ artists, and an invitation to make art with us in our studios. In the gallery will be a Welcome Reception for our newest member artist Ilene Richard. Ilene is a painter and illustrator of children's books. She will feature large colorful figurative paintings with mixed media at NUarts, Berkshire Community College and Mary's Carrot Cake.

Highlights at our open studios include:
Marney Schorr, featuring new works in oil pastel and watercolor, as well as abstract works on canvas and a youth led interactive art making workshop. Come play! Caroline Kelley, who works in pastels, will feature her 100 day series of trees as well as large scale contemporary abstract drawings on paper. Caroline offers interactive art making in her studio such as the community created geometric shapes collage. Sally Tiska Rice, featuring a variety of artworks on commission including nature and animal paintings in watercolor as well as live demonstrations for guests. Kathy Gideon will exhibit nature based works, her series of prints from street manhole covers, and photography from her annual Africa trip. Kathy enjoys making unique colored ink blots on paper with visitors. Karen S. Jacobs will show several of her large oil paintings of landscapes and soft skies. Karen's work has been featured in several galleries tin both the Berkshires and New York this year. Peggy Morse will show her shadow box brayer technique and monoprint abstracts as well as large scale paintings. Joan Rooks will exhibit her series of body portraits in mixed media, ceramic work and sculpture. Laura Didyk will display new illustrations in marker, including works from her Monster mash series, her matchbox art collection and illustrated notecards. Also on display will be works by Sophia Lane - large woodcuts series, Dan Brody - large mixed media abstracts and Martha Peskin - figurative and abstract paintings in oil.
5-8PM
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October 5   LIVE PIANO MUSIC w/BARBARA HAGELIN
New Boston Inn
101 North Main Street
- Sandisfield, MA 
(413) 258-4477
8PM
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October 5   COCEK! BRASS BAND CONCERT
Dewey Hall
91 Main Street
- Sheffield, MA (413) 429-1176

Doors open at 7, Concert Starts at 7:30, $20 at the door, advance tickets available, refreshments offered.

Oldtone Productions is happy to bring you Cocek! Brass Band for another rabble rousing concert. Cocek!'s music will stir your soul.The evening will start as a seated concert. The second set will open with a Balkan Dance Lesson by Rose Tannenbaum, and dancing is encouraged, but seating available throughout for those who prefer to sit.
Cocek! consists of Sam Dechenne (trumpet/vocals/composer), Ezra Weller (flugelhorn), Clayton DeWalt (Trombone), Jim Gray (Tuba) and Grant Smith (Tappan Drum). A 5-piece ensemble from Boston, MA playing all original compositions. The music is influenced by Eastern-European and New Orleans dance songs, Afrobeat, Klezmer and elements of reggae and Western classical pieces.

CBB sounds are inspired by acts like Fanfare Ciocarlia, Fela Kuti, Miles Davis, Rebirth Brass Band, traditional Balkan songs and chamber brass repertoire. Dance music for those seeking something new and unique, contemplative Old World melodies that hark to a lost era and catchy riffs that will have you singing along and tapping your foot all night long.

In performance spaces ranging from hollowed out warehouses and arts spaces in Boston to the Kennedy Center in D.C., The Burlington Discover Jazz Festival in Vermont, WorldFest in Louisville, KY and the 11th Annual NY Gypsy Music Festival, Cocek! can be found sprinkling their Phrygian magic dust on audience members all over the world. They also put on programs for schools and universities traditional Balkan/Klezmer & New Orleans Jazz music, it's beautiful history and it's relation to their original compositions.

For more information contact: beth@oldtonemusicfestival.com or call 413 429 1176
DOORS OPEN @7PM, CONCERT @ 7:30PM

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October 5   TANGO ARGENTINO PRACTICA AND MILONGA
Christ Church Episcopal & Trinity Lutheran Dance Hall
180 Main Street - Sheffield
, MA  (413) 429-1712
8-10PM/11PM
Web Site

October 5  ART CRAWL
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
On the first Friday of each month, babies and their caregivers are invited to play and learn in the Museum. Each program includes an activity designed especially for little ones with an art material exploration and play. Free, but donated suggested.
10:30-11AM

October 6 - 7   84TH ANNUAL HARVEST FESTIVAL
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road
- Stockbridge, MA

A quintessential family event celebrating the autumn harvest, where the 15-acre Garden is transformed into a vibrant hub featuring continuous entertainment, children's games, regional artisan food and craft vendors, and drop-in workshops on topics relating to gardening, traditions of the harvest, and farm to table activities. Tag sales featuring jewelry and accessories, repurposed, gently used household items and clothing, an expanded plant and bulb sale, hay maze and rides, pony rides, and a haunted house are among the annual activities that have become favorites over the years. Admission: Adults $7; children under 12, free.
10AM-5PM
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October 6   THE MUTINEERS
The Dream Away Lodge
1342 County Road
- Becket, MA 
(413) 623-8725
8-10PM
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October 6   TEA & TALK, "THE WHITE HOUSE: FROM 'PRESIDENTIAL PALACE' TO THE 'PEOPLE'S HOUSE"
Ventfort Hall Mansion And Gilded Age Museum
104 Walker Street
- Lenox, MA (413) 637-3206

Associate Professor of History Dr. Gary Darden returns to give a Tea & Talk on “The White House: From ‘Presidential Palace’ to the ‘People’s House.’” It was President George Washington who decided on the kind of official residence for the new nation’s elected Head of State. It was to be a Georgian-style mansion later called the White House, a structure designed for both a bustling public office and private home. It evolved over many First Families, through many period decorations and renovations, becoming the “People’s House” by the time of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy’s restoration and televised tour in 1962. Cost to attend is $26 with an advance reservation and $32 the day of event. Reservations are suggested as seating is limited. Call us at (413) 637-3206 for reservations.
3:30PM
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October 6  HAROLD LOPEZ-NUSSA
MASS MoCA - Club B10
1040 MASS MoCA Way
- North Adams, MA

Harold López-Nussa flies direct Havana > North Adams to deliver the full range and richness of his native Cuban music. The pianist and bandleader combines distinctive pop, classical, and folkloric elements into a wild Cuban jazz. Prepare to be enthralled.
8-11
PM
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October 6   GREAT BARRINGTON ARTS MARKET
Downtown Great Barrington Alongside The Great Barrington Farmer's Market
18 Church Street
- Great Barrington, MA (413) 429-6830

A curated outdoor market featuring local and regional handmade gifts and products. Announcing the opening of the 6th annual Great Barrington Arts Market (GBAM) alongside the Great Barrington Farmer’s Market and their new expanded season that runs from Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day weekend. Every Saturday from 9 -1, GBAM offers visitors the opportunity to buy unique art and craft made by local artisans in a variety of media and price ranges. Great Barrington Arts Market is on 18 Church Street, just outside the Great Barrington Farmer’s Market. The Farmers Market is celebrating 28 years, with 36 local vendors from across Berkshire County, live music, ready to eat food and community events.
GBAM seeks to bring local artists directly to market with potential customers and adds another exciting destination to Great Barrington’s already vibrant Saturday mornings. Our new location makes it even easier and more convenient to enjoy shopping for local gifts.
Market founders Kathyn Burkle and Molly de St André are both artists (of KathrynBee Designs and Moho Designs/Petit Pilou) who loved the idea of helping connect other local craftspeople with a viable market opportunity and wanted to see Great Barrington’s outdoor Saturday market expand. They believe that the Farmer’s Market shopper recognizes how important it is to support the local economy and that a venue for artists to sell their work directly to the community is an obvious sister market for the Farmer’s Market. In a community where so many residents believe in the importance of keeping dollars local, GBAM and GBFM offer locals and tourists another fun and interesting weekend activity and is quickly becoming a summer Saturday tradition.
The Market will be held every Saturday, May 26 through October 6, and will feature 10 local artists each week including Petit Pilou, JK Custom Furniture and Design, Berkshire Four Poster, Ben Evans, The Peach Tree Jewelry, Aubry Woodworks, KathrynBee Designs and many others in media including ceramics, jewelry, textile/clothing design, woodworking, painting, printmaking and fiber arts.
9AM-1PM/EVERY SATURDAY
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October 6   CHRIS BOTTI
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
14 Castle Street
- Great Barrington, MA 
(413) 528-0100
For over two decades, Grammy Award-winning master trumpeter and composer Chris Botti has amassed a spectacular variety of honors, including multiple Gold and Platinum albums, to become the nation’s largest selling instrumental artist. His mesmerizing performances with a stunning array of legends such as Sting, Barbra Streisand, Tony Bennett, Yo-Yo Ma, Frank Sinatra, Paul Simon and Andrea Bocelli have cemented his place as one of the most brilliant and inspiring forces of the contemporary music scene. Whether he’s performing with illustrious symphonies or at renowned venues around the globe, his unparalleled crystalline and poetic sound transcends musical boundaries.
8PM
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October 6   BERKS JAZZ FEST - THE BANULIS & MILLER JAZZ DUO
Hotel On North
297 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA (413) 358-4741

9-11
PM
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October 7   BRIGHT IDEAS BREWING
Adams Visitor Center
Hoosac Street
- Adams, MA

The Rejuvenators & Randy Cormier. Music, Food, Fun & Craft Beer.
12-5PM/FREE

October 7   SUNDAY BRUNCH
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue, Rte 8
- Adams, MA (413) 743-0193

10AM-1
PM
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October 7   THE CHANDLER TRAVIS THREE-O w/KAMI LYLE AND A SPECIAL APPEARANCE BY PAULETTE HUMANBEING
The Dream Away Lodge
1342 County Road
- Becket, MA 
(413) 623-8725
8-10PM
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October 7   MATT NAKOA
The Guthrie Center
2 Van Deusenville Road
- Great Barrington, MA 
(413) 528-1955
Live music from amazingly talented, genre-busting young musician. Must-see show!
Nakoa is a musical adept who trained to be a concert pianist while growing up on a small goat farm in upstate New York. Ultimately accepted as a vocalist to Berklee College of Music, Matt went on to be a star performer at Manhattan’s famous Brandy’s Piano Bar, with lines waiting outside the door each Saturday night. Since breaking out with his own pop-rock and acoustic folk albums, his song craft has garnered awards, including a win at Kerrville Folk Festival’s prestigious New Folk Competition. Most recently, Nakoa has played at The White House, throughout India, and tours regularly both solo and with folk icon Tom Rush. Boston Globe says: "...Nakoa does not disappoint. Actually, between his piano chops, charismatic stage presence, and heartfelt originals on guitar [...] he drops jaws.”
Doors open at 5:00 PM, so come early to order dinner, drinks, and dessert and socialize in our beautiful, historic church building!
Call ahead to order tickets: 1-413-528-1955 Box office hours: Tu-Sat 10am-4pm $25 non-member/ $20 member
7PM
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October 7   MET OPERA LIVE IN HD: VERDI'S AIDA
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
14 Castle Street
- Great Barrington, MA (413) 528-0100

Soprano Anna Netrebko sings her first Met Aida, with mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili as her formidable rival Amneris. Aleksandrs Antonenko is the warrior Radamès, and Nicola Luisotti takes the podium for the Met’s monumental production.
1PM
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October 7    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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October 7  CANTOBERFEST
Temple Israel Of Albany
600 New Scotland Avenue - Albany, NY  (518) 438-7858.
Come one come all to Temple Israel's Cantoberfest featuring Cantor Hanan Leberman, Cantor Rogerio Marx and Dan Foster!
Concert starts at 3:00 PM
Cocktail After party starts at 4:30 PM
Ticket Pricing:
$180 - 4 tickets & name listing or special message written in the program
$90 - 2 tickets & name listing or special message written in the program
$25 single ticket at the door
$20 pre-sale general admission
$15 student/veteran price (please show student/veteran ID at the door)
Food and first drink included in the ticket price!
For more information go to www.tialbany.org! To register contact Sierra at 518-438-7858, ext. 111 or programs@tialbany.org
3PM
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October 8   RAMBLEFEST
Adams Visitor Center
Hoosac Street
- Adams, MA

Held outdoors at the Adams Visitors Center at 3 Hoosac Street, admission is free to a festival full of music, food and fun in celebration of autumn in the Berkshires. There will be live musical acts, local craft beer and local wine, great food, produce, outdoor recreation and craft exhibitors. Activities usually include hayrides or horse-drawn trolley tours of historic Adams, a toasty campfire, pumpkin decorating and other activities for the kids. Leashed pets are welcome, so it's fun for the whole family! Historic Train Rides by Berkshire Scenic Railway will also be available, right across Hoosac Street at Adams Station.
12-5PM

October 8   BERKSHIRE COACHING AT THE MOUNT
The Mount, Edith Wharton's Home
2 Plunkett Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 551-5100
Relive the Gilded Age and view the historic and meticulously restored horse-drawn coaches as they arrive through the main gates of The Mount. Presentation of the coaches to follow the procession.

This event is free and open to the public. For additional information about Berkshire Coaching Weekend, please visit BerkshireCoachingWeekend.com.
12-1:30PM
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October  9   BERKSHIRE BACKYARD BEEKEEPERS
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road
- Stockbridge, MA

Join local beekeepers on the second Tuesday of each month at 6pm on the grounds of Berkshire Botanical Garden. Each month’s meeting, will involve season-appropriate discussions and demonstrations using the BBG apiary, weather permitting. Free
6-8PM
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October 9    OPEN MIC
The Purple Pub
65 Spring Street - Williamstown
, MA  (413) 458-0095
8PM

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October 10   OPEN MIC
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue - Adams
, MA  (413) 743-0193
7:30PM
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October 10   MET OPERA LIVE IN HD: VERDI'S AIDA (ENCORE)
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
14 Castle Street
- Great Barrington, MA (413) 528-0100

Soprano Anna Netrebko sings her first Met Aida, with mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili as her formidable rival Amneris. Aleksandrs Antonenko is the warrior Radamès, and Nicola Luisotti takes the podium for the Met’s monumental production.
1PM
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October 10  ARTFUL AFTERNOONS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
An afternoon drop-in art program for guardians and children ages 6 to 12. Begin by examining a work from the Museum’s permanent collection or exhibitions, then visit the Art Studio to put your discoveries into action. A different topic is explored each week. Suggested donation
2:30-4:30PM

October 11   HESTER VELMANS IN CONVERSATION w/MATT TANNENBAUM
The Mount, Edith Wharton's Home
2 Plunkett Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 551-5100
Join author Hester Velmans and Matt Tannenbaum, the owner of The Bookstore, as they discuss Hester’s novel Slipper which was hailed as “a satisfying blend of history and myth that breathes new life into Cinderella,” by Kirkus Reviews. Giving audience members a look into the writing process, Hester and Matt will explore the inspiration for the book and the art of writing.
4-5PM
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October 11   AKWAEKE EMEZI & ALLISON JANAE HAMILTON
MASS MoCA
1040 MASS MoCA Way
- North Adams, MA 
(413) 662-2111
6PM
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October 11   PICKY BASTARDS
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA

8PM
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October 11   TAVERN TRIVIA w/MIKE HECK
M&M's Tap & Tavern
501 Route 20, Midtown Mall Plaza
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 794-6102
7
PM
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October 11  TOURS FOR TOTS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
A morning program for guardians and children ages 3 to 5. Explore the Museum’s permanent collection or exhibitions with age-appropriate gallery and art-making activities introducing young children to big ideas in art. Different topics are explored each week by use of art materials, books, and play. Suggested donation.
10:30-11:30AM

October 12 - 14    PUMPKIN FEST
Whitney's Farm Market & Garden Center

1775 South State Road - Cheshire, MA (413) 442-4749
Join Whitney's festivities and fun! Choose from: you pick pumpkins, haunted corn maze, free hay rides, face painting, pony rides, pumpkin bouncer, scavenger hunts and so much more!
FRIDAYS 2-5:30PM/SATURDAY & SUNDAY 11AM-5:30PM
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October  12 - 13   PUMPKIN TRAIL
Naumkeag
1 Sargent Street
- Stockbridge, MA (413) 298-3239

Follow the Naumkeag Pumpkin Trail for a magical treat. Along the pumpkin-lit garden trail you will meet nocturnal woodland creatures from our local forests will emerge to share their stories. Learn fun facts about some of your favorite local critters. This is a non-scary event for all ages! Costumes welcome. Flashlights are encouraged. The trail is not stroller friendly and does have uneven footing. Children FREE. For all updates and weather-related changes visit the Naumkeag Facebook Page. Online preregistration strongly encouraged as this event sells out quickly.
5-7:30PM
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October 12 - 13   PUMPKIN TRAIL
Naumkeag
5 Prospect Hill Road
- Stockbridge, MA

Reservations Strongly Suggested
5-7:30PM
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October 12 - 13   CREATING AN EMOTIONALLY SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR YOUNG CHILDREN
Austen Riggs Center
25 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 931-5230
Presented by the Erikson Institute's Human Development Strategic Initiative of the Austen Riggs Center and the Yale Child Study Center

A working conference on partnerships, parenting, and family systems for:

educators
caregivers
clinicians or therapists
medical providers
administrators of early childhood programs
Featuring presentations by:

Mary Berle, EdM, Chief Educator at the Norman Rockwell Museum; Former Principal of Muddy Brook Elementary School in Great Barrington, MA

Deborah Buccino, MD, Pediatrician affiliated with Fairview Hospital in Great Barrington, MA; Instructor in Pediatrics at Boston University School of Medicine Creating an Emotionally Safe Environment for Young Children

Nancy Close, PhD, Assistant Professor at Yale Child Study Center; Associate Director of Yale Program in Early Childhood Education and Lecturer in Psychology at Yale University

Anne D. Dailey, JD, Maurice R. Greenberg Visiting Professor of Law at Yale Law School; Evangeline Starr Professor of Law at UConn School of Law

Donna Elmendorf, PhD, Director of Therapeutic Community Program, Activities Program, and Human Development Strategic Initiative at the Austen Riggs Center

Claudia Gold, MD, Infant-Parent Mental Health Specialist at the Austen Riggs Center; Parent-Child Consultant at Volunteers in Medicine Berkshires; Faculty at UMass Boston Infant Parent Mental Health Program

Linda Mayes, MD, Arnold Gesell Professor of Child Psychiatry, Pediatrics and Psychology in and Chair of the Yale Child Study Center; Special Advisor to the Dean in the Yale School of Medicine

Kate Retzel, Principal at Lee Elementary School in Lee, MA; Educator with 21 years experience in parochial and public schools in Berkshire County, MA

Karen Baicker (Publisher for Family and Community Engagement) and Janelle Cherrington (SVP and Publisher) from Scholastic

In addition, there will be a Climate of Healthy Interactions for Learning & Development (CHILD) Saturday morning workshop led by faculty from the Yale Child Study Center.

This conference is funded in part by the Weil Foundation.

Space is limited. Scholarships are available. For additional information, please contact Lee Watroba at lee.watroba@austenriggs.net.

Cost: $50.00
8:30AM
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October 12   KARAOKE
Papa Bob's
71 Chester Road
- Becket, MA 
(413) 623-8711
8PM
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October 12   JIM WITHERELL
Hotel On North
297 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA (413) 358-4741

8-11
PM
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October 12   LIVE PIANO MUSIC w/BARBARA HAGELIN
New Boston Inn
101 North Main Street
- Sandisfield, MA 
(413) 258-4477
8PM
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October 12   TANGO ARGENTINO PRACTICA AND MILONGA
Christ Church Episcopal & Trinity Lutheran Dance Hall
180 Main Street - Sheffield
, MA  (413) 429-1712
8-10PM/11PM
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October  12   COMMUNITY FORUM: MENTAL HEALTH, LAW, AND IMMIGRATION
Austen Riggs Center
25 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA
(413) 931-5284
This forum will bring together experts in the area of child mental health, family law, and healthcare to begin to identify the challenges faced by many immigrant families both nationally and in our local community. How do these challenges affect access to care and the well being of children and families? Each presenter will briefly outline their perspective. We then we will open up the discussion to those attending the forum so that we can share our concerns and our knowledge in order to better assist immigrant families in our community.

This event is free and open to the public. Space is limited.
7:30PM
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October  13   LANDSCAPE DESIGN CLINIC: INTRODUCTION TO A COHERENT PROCESS
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road
- Stockbridge, MA

A fast-paced, information-saturated clinic to introduce an opportunity-finding and problem-solving design process for developing a landscape master plan, through visits to various home landscapes. Members: $115/Non-Members: $125
9AM-4PM
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October 13   FALL FOLIAGE PADDLE DAREY WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA
Lenox
14 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA (413) 298-7024

Fall Foliage Paddle Darey Wildlife Management Area. Saturday October 13 Time 10AM-1PM Trip Length: about 3-4 miles. Level Beginner (Ages 6+yrs)
We will paddle a favorite section of the Housatonic River in Lenox during Fall Foliage Time. Enjoy Beautiful views of October Mountain State Forest as you meander along the Housatonic. THis is an easy, flat water paddling with minimal current. Suitable for families with children ages 6+ yrs. Preregistration is required. TO register call HVA at 413 298 7024 or email: paddle@hvatoday.org
10AM-1PM

October 13   BONNIE 'PRINCE' BILLY
MASS MoCA
1040 MASS MoCA Way
- North Adams, MA 
(413) 662-2111
Members get first dibs to Bonnie 'Prince' Billy
These days, he calls himself Bonnie 'Prince' Billy. You might recognize him as Palace Brothers, or Will Oldham, or for the song of his that Johnny Cash covered. An enigma of the folk-rock world — The New Yorker calls him "one of the country's most celebrated singer-songwriters" despite the fact that he's never signed with a label — Bonnie 'Prince' Billy is hard to find, easy to love, and impossible to dismiss (even if it's been years since anyone's had the chance to see him). Call him a DIY folkster with vintage vibes, country cred, and a voice rich as death. Singing about bottomless heartache and cowboy philosophy, he's here at MASS MoCA for an intimate and uncensored show this fall.

Tickets are on sale for MASS MoCA members at 12pm today. The general public can purchase tickets beginning Friday at 10am. If you're not yet a member, join today. We announce another big show next week, and, as usual, members get first dibs on tickets and never pay ticketing fees.
8PM
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October 13   FLASHLIGHT SCAVENGER HUNT!
Berkshire Museum
39 South Street
- Pittsfield, MA (413) 443-7171

Lights out! Explore the Museum’s galleries with only a flashlight in a spooky, after-hours adventure. Explore the new Rarely Seen exhibition of photographs, discover Josh Simpson’s other-worldly planets, and visit the resident mummy, Pahat, all from a twilight perspective. Saturdays, October 13, October 20, October 27, 6 to 7 p.m. $5, Museum members $3
6-7
PM
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October 13   BIZARRE BAZAAR ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW
Glady's Allen Brigham Center/Brigham's Center, Girls, Inc.
165 East Street
- Pittsfield, MA

This community craft fair, in it's 49th year, is one of Berkshire County’s favorite autumn traditions! Handmade crafts, fine arts, gifts and great food make this our biggest fundraiser. All proceeds support Brigham Center programs and services. One of Berkshire County's favorite autumn traditions is the area's oldest running arts and crafts show! Handmade crafts and fine arts alongside area specialty foods and unique gifts.
9AM-4
PM

October 13   SWING DANCE w/ONE STRAW REVOLUTION
Dewey Hall
91 Main Street
- Sheffield, MA (413) 429-1176

http://www.deweyhall.org/dewey-hall-calendar/swingwithversatones
https://www.facebook.com/events/180134982650532/
Sliding fee scale $15-$20, with student ID: $10. No partner necessary. Refreshments available, and beginners welcome.

One Straw Revolution plays the standards from the Swing era, when jazz, popular music and dance music were all the same tunes. Back then it was Big Bands, 18 or more musicians blowing like crazy....The band's hot rhythm section with a stand up bass, and three fine soloists (2 guitars and a trombone) and a vocalist brings the old tunes to life in the here and now on the dance floor.

The Band is: Tom Major - drums; Peter McEachern - trombone; Jon Suters - guitar; Roger Suters - bass; and Charlie Tokarz - sax.

For more information: Beth@oldtonemusicfestival.com, (413) 429 1176

Coming up:
November 10: The Lucky 5, our house band, hot swing gypsy jazz.
December 8: The Twangbusters (A country sound and lots of fun)
In 2019 the Oldtone Productions Swing nights at Dewey Hall will be on the second Friday of every month w/ 2 exceptions, follow us on Facebook —Oldtone Native, or sign up for our email list for updates and news.
Oldtone concerts and dances at Dewey Hall are sponsored by Salisbury Bank and Trust: www.salisburybank.com, Big Elm Brewery http://bigelmbeer.com/ and Wheeler and Taylor http://www.wheelertaylor.com/
7:30-10:30PM
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October 13  OPEN STUDIO w/MUSEUM EDUCATOR KERI DUDEK
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
Flora and Fauna: Jane Peterson Style. Review and discuss Jane Peterson’s imagery of flowers and plants, then visit Hyde House courtyard to create sketches from live plant life. Participants will then learn how to transform sketches into watercolor paintings in the Art Studio. $10 members/$12 non-members. RSVP by contacting Kayla at 518-792-1761, ext. 310, or adminassist@hydecollection.org
10:30AM-1PM

October 14   SUNDAY BRUNCH
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue, Rte 8
- Adams, MA (413) 743-0193

10AM-1
PM
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October 14   KATERINA LANFRANCO: ARTIST PRESENTATION
Bascom Lodge
North Adams Road
- Adams, MA (413) 743-1591

Katerina talks about her art work and her experience as a creative resident at the lodge.
6-7PM
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October 14   LONDON'S NATIONAL THEATRE IN HD: KING LEAR
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
14 Castle Street
- Great Barrington, MA 
(413) 528-0100
Chichester Festival Theatre's production received five-star reviews for its sell-out run, and transfers to the West End for a limited season. Jonathan Munby directs this contemporary retelling of Shakespeare's tender, violent, moving and shocking play.

Considered by many to be the greatest tragedy ever written, King Lear sees two ageing fathers – one a King, one his courtier – reject the children who truly love them. Their blindness unleashes a tornado of pitiless ambition and treachery, as family and state are plunged into a violent power struggle with bitter ends.
2PM
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October 14    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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October 14  APPLICATIONS OF ART COLOR HARMONY
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
A full color palette of oil paint provides a lot of opportunity, and incites a certain level of fear. In this four-week class, Curator of Education and painter Jenny Hutchinson will lead an exploration of color harmony inspired by artwork from the permanent collection. Participants will learn to select and mix colors to match, and create value by building color harmony while finishing their own colorful masterpiece developed from a still life. $120 Hyde members/$140 non-members. RSVP by contacting Kayla at 518-792-1761, ext. 310, or adminassist@hydecollection.org. This class is filling fast, so make your reservation today!
10:30AM-1PM

October 14  SECOND SUNDAY w/ART LAB
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
The second Sunday of every month, The Hyde offers free admission. From 1 to 4 pm, our educators host Art Lab, a free gallery and art-making activity that explores the “A” in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math). This month, Hyde House rocks as the group explores the materials that make up the historic home and furnishings. For families with children ages 6 and older, but anyone can participate; even adults without children will have a blast.
1-4PM

October 16    OPEN MIC
The Purple Pub
65 Spring Street - Williamstown
, MA  (413) 458-0095
8PM

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October 17   OPEN MIC
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue - Adams
, MA  (413) 743-0193
7:30PM
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October  17   LANDSCAPE DESIGN II
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road
- Stockbridge, MA

Learn skills essential for effective functional garden design that honors the site and meets client needs. Each week will cover a different topic or technique focusing on the importance of getting to know the client and site as a basis of effective and appealing design. (8 classes) Members: $550/Non-Members: $590
5:30-8:30PM
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October 17  ARTFUL AFTERNOONS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
An afternoon drop-in art program for guardians and children ages 6 to 12. Begin by examining a work from the Museum’s permanent collection or exhibitions, then visit the Art Studio to put your discoveries into action. A different topic is explored each week. Suggested donation
2:30-4:30PM

October 18 - 21   THE HEALING FORCES OF HARMONIC SOUNDS & VIBRATIONS w/QIGONG - JAY EMMANUEL, A.K. N.S.,V.M.
Eastover Estate & Retreat Center
430 East Street
- Lenox, MA (866) 264-5139

Magnetic-Harmonic Vibrational Therapist, Jay Emmanuel, A.K., N.S.,V.M. shares powerful energy techniques that use the forces of sounds produced by the human voice in combination with Himalayan and Crystal Singing Bowls to activate the body’s natural self-healing response. Utilizing specific sounds and frequencies of vibrations together with “Parthonic Energy” and “Mind Energy in Action”, he helps re-establish the proper harmonic tones and frequencies within the subtle energy fields of the body - the Chakras, Etheric body, Auric energy field, and the physical body.

Jay believes everyone has a force within that can activate their “Natural Pharmacy”. This inner macrocosmic force, encoded in our DNA archives, can bring upon regeneration and the natural healing process of the entire biophysical, mental, energetic/etheric body. He is a Pranic Energy Therapist, Yoga, Qigong, Tai Chi and Reiki Practitoner as well. His book - The Healing Forces of Harmonic Sounds & Vibrations is available on Amazon.
STARTS THURSDAY @ 7:30PM
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October 18   FIELD OF DREAMS (1989)
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
14 Castle Street
- Great Barrington, MA 
(413) 528-0100
Kevin Costner stars as Ray Kinsella in this 1989 sports fantasy favorite by Phil Alden Robinsin.
$5 kids
$8 adults
$10 movie & drink at Number Ten
7PM
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October 18   PICKY BASTARDS
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA

8PM
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October 18   3RD THURSDAYS
North Street
- Pittsfield, MA (413) 499-9348

100+ vendors will be lining the half-mile stretch. The miniature train rides from Roaming Railroad are back, as the Pittsfield Boys and Girls Club’s Fun Zone at North and Melville.
5-8PM

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October 18   TAVERN TRIVIA w/MIKE HECK
M&M's Tap & Tavern
501 Route 20, Midtown Mall Plaza
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 794-6102
7
PM
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October 18  TOURS FOR TOTS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
A morning program for guardians and children ages 3 to 5. Explore the Museum’s permanent collection or exhibitions with age-appropriate gallery and art-making activities introducing young children to big ideas in art. Different topics are explored each week by use of art materials, books, and play. Suggested donation.
10:30-11:30AM

October 19 - 20   HAUNTED HOUSE
Naumkeag
5 Prospect Hill Road
- Stockbridge, MA

Reservations Strongly Suggested. Suggested Age 13+
6:30-9PM
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October 19 - 21    PUMPKIN FEST
Whitney's Farm Market & Garden Center

1775 South State Road - Cheshire, MA (413) 442-4749
Join Whitney's festivities and fun! Choose from: you pick pumpkins, haunted corn maze, free hay rides, face painting, pony rides, pumpkin bouncer, scavenger hunts and so much more!
FRIDAYS 2-5:30PM/SATURDAY & SUNDAY 11AM-5:30PM
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October 19 - 20  ADIRONDACK FILM FESTIVAL
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
As part of the Adirondack Film Festival, The Hyde Collection will screen “Mrs. Hyde,” a French film about Mrs. Géquil, a teacher despised by her colleagues and students. On a stormy night, she is struck by lightning and faints. When she wakes up, she feels different. Will she be able to keep the powerful and dangerous Mrs. Hyde contained? The Hyde Collection will offer an exhibition of works from the permanent collection to accompany the film. More details TBA.

October 19   KARAOKE
Papa Bob's
71 Chester Road
- Becket, MA 
(413) 623-8711
8PM
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October  19 - 20   HAUNTED HOUSE
Naumkeag
1 Sargent Street
- Stockbridge, MA (413) 298-3239

Naumkeag's Haunted House returns with scares that are not for the faint of heart! Inside the historic mansion, visitors will encounter ghouls grimoires, and ghastly ghosts. In the dark and gloomy gardens the chain saw man has sharpend his steel, and other old favorites will beckon you deep into the gloomy gardens. Don't miss the Southern Berkshire's only Haunted House! This is a SCARY haunted house, and is recommended for ages 13 and up.
6:30-9PM
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October  19 - 20   GHOST TOUR
The Mount
2 Plunkett Street
- Lenox, MA (413) 551-5100

Creaking floors, slamming doors, and ghostly footsteps…The Mount’s haunted history includes it all! For over a century, The Mount has been home to writers, actors, wealthy families, hardworking servants, and teenage girls. Take a special guided tour of the most haunted parts of the estate to find out who may still call The Mount home. You never know who–or what–might happen to show up!

The 2-hour ghost tour starts at the Stable and ends at the Main House. Please arrive 15 minutes early. Please note that this tour is not suitable for wheelchairs and includes about a half-mile walk with some steep areas.

Two helpful hints: dress warmly and wear sensible shoes!
7-9PM
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October 19   HORMONES, HEALTH AND LOVE: HELPING COUPLES REMAIN INTIMATE IN MID-LIFE AND BEYOND
Berkshire Community College
1350 West Street, K213H
- Pittsfield, MA (413) 236-4500

Speaker: Evelyn Resh, CNM, MPH, CSC, MSN
Location: BCC, 1350 West Street, Pittsfield
Date: Friday, October 19, 2018 / 8:30 – 12:15 p.m.
Fees: $45.00 per person / $45.00 per CEU

Hormonal changes, health issues, and satisfying intimate relationships challenge all long-term couples at some point. However, mid-life is often the starting point, especially, when we consider the sweeping changes brought on by menopause. In addition, “Manopause” can impact individuals and couples as well as is poorly defined, considered, or even mentioned by clients, couples, or other health care providers.

This workshop is designed for mental health practitioners and others who counsel same and/or opposite sex couples who are in mid-life and beyond. The focus will be two-fold; first, to define the most common physiologic changes and challenges faced by men and women in their 50’s, 60’s and early 70’s and second, how these health challenges commonly effect individuals and couples as their contact with the dependence on health care systems and providers increases.

Special attention will be paid to how shifts in health status and treatments for morbid conditions can and do affect self-image and sexual intimacy. Emphasis will be paid on how to help clients adopt health-seeking behaviors that will facilitate a greater sense of empowerment versus infirmity in their intimate relationships as they age, feel more liberated to adopt new and appropriate expectations for sexual satisfaction, and increase their literacy regarding sexuality and aging.
8:30
AM-12:15PM
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October 19   LIVE PIANO MUSIC w/BARBARA HAGELIN
New Boston Inn
101 North Main Street
- Sandisfield, MA 
(413) 258-4477
8PM
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October 19   TANGO ARGENTINO PRACTICA AND MILONGA
Christ Church Episcopal & Trinity Lutheran Dance Hall
180 Main Street - Sheffield
, MA  (413) 429-1712
8-10PM/11PM
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October  20 - 28   THE HALLOWEEN TOWN HINSDALE, MA
Camp Emerson
212 Longview Avenue
- Hinsdale, MA

The Halloween Town is a family-friendly attraction at Camp Emerson in Hinsdale, MA. We are 10 minutes outside of Pittsfield, MA on route 8. This is a new attraction and we are inviting vendors of all kinds. We are expecting between 250 and 1000 people each day. The Halloween Town runs October 20, 21, 27 and 28 from 10-4.
10AM-4PM
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October 20   2018 HOOSAC HARVEST VENDOR AND CRAFT FAIR
Hoosac Valley High School
125 Savoy Road
- Cheshire, MA

The Harvest Vendor/Craft Fair will be held on October 20, 2018. There will be lots of amazing vendors and crafters showcasing a variety of items.
9AM-3
PM

October 20   FLASHLIGHT SCAVENGER HUNT!
Berkshire Museum
39 South Street
- Pittsfield, MA (413) 443-7171

Lights out! Explore the Museum’s galleries with only a flashlight in a spooky, after-hours adventure. Explore the new Rarely Seen exhibition of photographs, discover Josh Simpson’s other-worldly planets, and visit the resident mummy, Pahat, all from a twilight perspective. Saturdays, October 13, October 20, October 27, 6 to 7 p.m. $5, Museum members $3
6-7
PM
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October  20   PRUNING ORNAMENTAL TREES AND SHRUBS
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road
- Stockbridge, MA

Autumn is a great time to assess your woody plants for shape and structure and focus on pruning, including when, why and how to shape, renovate, train or rejuvenate your woody plants. Learn about pruning tools, timing and specific techniques available to the home gardener. Members: $25/Non-Members: $35
10AM-1PM
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October 20  SHAREEF KEYES & THE GROOVE
MASS MoCA - Club B10
1040 MASS MoCA Way
- North Adams, MA

Brooklyn-bred artist Shareef Keyes draws equal inspiration from James Brown and Wu-Tang. Together with his band, The Groove, he is earning a reputation for high energy live performances that transport audiences to the golden era of funk. Simply irresistible.
8-11
PM
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October 21   SUNDAY BRUNCH
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue, Rte 8
- Adams, MA (413) 743-0193

10AM-1
PM
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October 21    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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October 21   MURDER MYSTERY DINNER THEATER, HAUNTED BY MURDER
Ventfort Hall Mansion And Gilded Age Museum
104 Walker Street
- Lenox, MA (413) 637-3206

The Comical Mystery Tour ensemble returns and invites the public to join the fun. Doors open at 5:00 pm. Program starts and first course served at 5:30 pm. Igor Banaduchi runs a tight ship, or should we say, ran a tight ship. Someone got tired of the squeeze and shipped him to the afterlife before his time. Could it have been his main squeeze, Candy Apple or the sultry assistant, Belinda Blare. Norman Stein wouldn’t have the brains for such a thing, or would he? It isn’t possible it is the straight laced, play by the rules, Jack O’Lantern is it? Well, some time has passed and a Halloween party is in the works. That is the perfect time for the past to haunt you. Come along and help figure out who killed Igor, or just come along for the ride. This show will have a costume contest, so if you like getting dressed up, feel free to wear your best Halloween garb. Costumes aren’t required but you do have to have a sense of humor. Cost to attend is $40 per person including a full course dinner. A cash bar is available for beer and wine. Reservations are required by Tuesday, Sept. 11th. Seating is limited. Call us for reservations at (413) 637-3206.
5PM
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October  21   BACKSTAIRS GHOST TOUR
The Mount
2 Plunkett Street
- Lenox, MA (413) 551-5100

The Backstairs Tour ticket includes:

-The Backstairs tour
-Mimosas on the Terrace
-Up to 30 minutes of Q&A with the interpreters following the tour
-Full admission to The Mount for the day
-Regular guided house and garden tours
10:30AM-12PM
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October 23    OPEN MIC
The Purple Pub
65 Spring Street - Williamstown
, MA  (413) 458-0095
8PM

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October  24 - 26   BOTANICAL ILLUSTRATION: THE FALL MEADOW
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road
- Stockbridge, MA

The meadow in Fall is rich with shapes and textures creating exciting sculptural forms to sketch and draw. Flowers and leaves that have lost their radiant color now await winter with wind-shredded petals, twisted dry leaves, and seed-spilling pods. Capture the textures and patterns of pods, the arching curves and angles of dried grasses and leaves. Materials list available at our website. Members: $315/Non-Members: $350
10AM-4PM
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October 24   OPEN MIC
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue - Adams
, MA  (413) 743-0193
7:30PM
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October 24  ARTFUL AFTERNOONS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
An afternoon drop-in art program for guardians and children ages 6 to 12. Begin by examining a work from the Museum’s permanent collection or exhibitions, then visit the Art Studio to put your discoveries into action. A different topic is explored each week. Suggested donation
2:30-4:30PM

October 25   PICKY BASTARDS
Mission Bar & Tapas
438 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA

8PM
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October  25   GARDENING WITH NATIVE PLANT COMMUNITIES
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road
- Stockbridge, MA

This course will help students better understand the principles and practices of ecological gardening with a focus on native plant communities. The course also includes Identifying and controlling invasive plant species in addition to restoring areas that have been impacted by invasive. (4 Classes) Members: $175/Non-Members: $185
5:30-8:30PM
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October 25  TOURS FOR TOTS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
A morning program for guardians and children ages 3 to 5. Explore the Museum’s permanent collection or exhibitions with age-appropriate gallery and art-making activities introducing young children to big ideas in art. Different topics are explored each week by use of art materials, books, and play. Suggested donation.
10:30-11:30AM

October 25   TAVERN TRIVIA w/MIKE HECK
M&M's Tap & Tavern
501 Route 20, Midtown Mall Plaza
- New Lebanon, NY 
(518) 794-6102
7
PM
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October 26 - 27   HAUNTED HOUSE
Naumkeag
5 Prospect Hill Road
- Stockbridge, MA

Reservations Strongly Suggested. Suggested Age 13+
6:30-9PM
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October  26 - 28   FALL FAMILY FUN WEEKEND
YMCA Camp Hi-Rock
162 East Street
- Mt. Washington, MA (413) 528-1227

Come join us and celebrate the best of fall in the Berkshires with a host of family friendly activities:

-Specialty fall crafts, hay rides, high & low ropes, and cozy campfires with s’mores

-Scenic hikes with breathtaking views of famous Berkshire fall foliage

-Take a stroll through our very own pumpkin patch

-Everyone is welcome: families, individuals, kids, adults & seniors!

Learn more or register on line at http://camphirock.org/camps/family-camp/
EVENT BEGINS @ 5PM ON 10.26 AND ENDS 1PM ON 10/28
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October 26 - 28    PUMPKIN FEST
Whitney's Farm Market & Garden Center

1775 South State Road - Cheshire, MA (413) 442-4749
Join Whitney's festivities and fun! Choose from: you pick pumpkins, haunted corn maze, free hay rides, face painting, pony rides, pumpkin bouncer, scavenger hunts and so much more!
FRIDAYS 2-5:30PM/SATURDAY & SUNDAY 11AM-5:30PM
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October 26   RAISE THE ROOF! OKTOBERFEST
Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, JJ's Lodge
37 Corey Road
- Hancock, MA (413) 499-4537

Raise the Roof! Oktoberfest
Featuring the high-energy country rock back WHISKEY CITY!

Join us for Great live music, dancing, food, raffle and games! Tickets $35 per person. (cash bar)

All proceeds will benefit the Pediatric Development Center's capital campaign. Pediatric Development Center is a non-profit early intervention program serving infants and toddlers in Central Berkshire and South Berkshire county.

Tickets can be purchase in advance at
http://pediatricdevelopmentcenter.org/pdc-oktoberfest/ and at the Door the day of.
7-11PM
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October 26   KARAOKE
Papa Bob's
71 Chester Road
- Becket, MA 
(413) 623-8711
8PM
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October  26   GHOST TOUR
The Mount
2 Plunkett Street
- Lenox, MA (413) 551-5100

Creaking floors, slamming doors, and ghostly footsteps…The Mount’s haunted history includes it all! For over a century, The Mount has been home to writers, actors, wealthy families, hardworking servants, and teenage girls. Take a special guided tour of the most haunted parts of the estate to find out who may still call The Mount home. You never know who–or what–might happen to show up!

The 2-hour ghost tour starts at the Stable and ends at the Main House. Please arrive 15 minutes early. Please note that this tour is not suitable for wheelchairs and includes about a half-mile walk with some steep areas.

Two helpful hints: dress warmly and wear sensible shoes!
7-9PM
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October 26   EAVESDROP
Hotel On North
297 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA (413) 358-4741

9-11
:30PM
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October 26   LIVE PIANO MUSIC w/BARBARA HAGELIN
New Boston Inn
101 North Main Street
- Sandisfield, MA 
(413) 258-4477
8PM
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October 26   TANGO ARGENTINO PRACTICA AND MILONGA
Christ Church Episcopal & Trinity Lutheran Dance Hall
180 Main Street - Sheffield
, MA  (413) 429-1712
8-10PM/11PM
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October 26  A LASTING LEGACY GALA
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
Celebrate The Hyde Collection’s rich history and its accomplishments at this year’s Gala, A Lasting Legacy: Honoring the Past | Celebrating the Present | Building the Future. Go back in time, retracing the steps of Museum founder Charlotte Pruyn Hyde and her husband, Louis, as they traveled the world to build their incredible art collection. We will honor Anne Saile, interim Museum director, with the inaugural Legacy Award for her leadership as she prepares to leave the Museum at the end of the year. For tickets, which range from $225 to $350, visit https://fs23.formsite.com/GlensFallsHyde/form34/index.html or call Kayla at 518-792-1761, ext. 310.
6-9PM

October 27   THE NICE ONES HALLOWEEN PARTY SHOW
The Egremont Barn
17 Main Street
- Egremont, MA 
(413) 528-1570
The Nice Ones formed in 2011 and are based in northwestern Connecticut. Vocalist, guitarist, and fiery preacher Patrick Surdam, virtuosic and amply-haired guitarist Sam McGarrity, too-cool-for-school yet old school bassist Dillon Morrison Halas, and savagely nondescript drummer Tyler Beaujon put on infectious and captivating live performances that demand attention from fans of Motown and prog-rock alike. It’s a challenge to describe the band’s music but what’s clear is its dedication to the craft. The result is confounding but appealing. The listener will enjoy. The audience will dance. Thoughts will most certainly be provoked. Marked by relentless DIY work ethic and unforgettable charm, The Nice Ones are gaining speed and without plans to stop.

also appearing, from NYC, Naught Clouds!

NAUGHTY CLOUDS IS......the meeting of the minds of two songwriters from different sides of the Hudson River.

Ray Kubian and Alexis Moon met doing a David Bowie tribute at Arlene's Grocery in NYC (six months before the untimely death of the Thin White Duke.) They became fast friends on social media, "liking" each other's posts on everything from Bernie to Buzzcocks.

At the time, Ray was playing drums with a few renowned NJ and PA bands (as great drummers who sing are wont to do) such as Dean Ween Group, Chris Forsyth's Solar Motel Band, Chris Harford's Band of Changes, and backing up Pulitzer prize-winning Irish poet Paul Muldoon.

Alexis Moon, a native of NYC, had cut her teeth (a few times over) as a solo singer-songwriter performing at venues such as Wetlands Preserve and Knitting Factory in TriBeca, as well as having sung for Joe Gallant's jazz-rock orchestra Illuminati.

In the month that our lord and savior, David Bowie, passed, Ray and Alexis happened to be rehearsing together again for the first time since the previous summer's Bowie tribute. Commiseration was like a salve for both musicians and, that quartet, which featured guitarist Keith Hartel and bassist Tom Shad, eventually became an early incarnation of Naughty Clouds.
8-11PM
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October 27   WORK DAY
Old Mill Trail
Old Dalton Road
- Hinsdale, MA (413) 298-7024

Old Mill Trail Work Party
(in partnership with Berkshire Natural Resources Council)
Saturday Oct 27 9:00AM-1:00PM
Meet at the trailhead on Old Dalton Road, Hinsdale
A variety of tasks will be completed including raking, replacing trail markers, removing invasive plants, and other necessary tasks. To register call 413 298 7024 or email: adixon@hvatoday.org
9AM-1
PM

October 27   HARRY POTTER HALLOWEEN PARTY
Blantyre
16 Blantyre Road
- Lenox, MA 
(844) 881-0104
Join us for an adults-only Halloween party inspired by Harry Potter and the magical, mystical world of Hogwarts. Our gilded age mansion serves as the perfect backdrop while live entertainment, inspired food stations and creative cocktails transport guests into J. K. Rowling’s beloved world of witchcraft and wizardry.
7:30-11:30PM/$85
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October 27   FIRST ANNUAL HALLOWEEN DOG PARADE
The Mount, Edith Wharton's Home
2 Plunkett Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 551-5100
It’s our first annual Halloween dog parade! You and your furry friend are invited to dress up and strut your stuff. Prizes will be awarded for the different categories.

Dogs of all shapes and sizes are welcome but dogs must be leashed at all times, and owners must clean up after their pets. We ask that all pups and their people are on their best behavior – this will be a very social event.
11AM-1PM
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October 27  I AM A SEAGULL
MASS MoCA - Club B10
1040 MASS MoCA Way
- North Adams, MA

Immerse yourself in an eccentric community of actors and their frenzied and loving attempt to stage Chekhov’s play The Seagull in upstate NY. Playfully blending documentary and narrative, this film dissolves boundaries between audience and performer, representation and reality. A folksy set from musicians featured in the film starts off the evening.
8-11
PM
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October 27   HALLOWEEN MASQUERADE
Greylock Works
508 State Road
 - North Adams, MA

Greylock WORKS is producing synergistic collaborations with established and emerging talent in the region to create experiences infused with local flavor and a healthy dose of the exotic.

The gWorks party crew converts this former cotton-spinning mill into the Berkshires’ very own nightclub with ample floor space for dips, twists, shimmies and shakes. When you need a break from the dance pit, find a bean bags or play some Bimini ring toss in the lounge. Cheers with a local craft brew, some bubbles, or our signature cocktails!
8PM
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October 27   FLASHLIGHT SCAVENGER HUNT!
Berkshire Museum
39 South Street
- Pittsfield, MA (413) 443-7171

Lights out! Explore the Museum’s galleries with only a flashlight in a spooky, after-hours adventure. Explore the new Rarely Seen exhibition of photographs, discover Josh Simpson’s other-worldly planets, and visit the resident mummy, Pahat, all from a twilight perspective. Saturdays, October 13, October 20, October 27, 6 to 7 p.m. $5, Museum members $3
6-7
PM
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October 27   COSTUME PARTY
New Boston Inn
101 North Main Street
- Sandisfield, MA 
(413) 258-4477
Costume Judging (by you)
Scavenger hunt
Dancing
The whole Inn goes Halloween
No one under 21

9PM-1AM
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October  27   DELICIOUS AND NUTRITIOUS SEASONAL SALADS
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road
- Stockbridge, MA

In this class taught by Anna Gershenson, we will focus on a variety of seasonal salads you can easily throw together. We will start with what you need to have on hand in your pantry and refrigerator, which utensils should be in your kitchen, and how to use grains, beans and local produce. We will also learn how to use herbs and spices to flavor your salads and how to dress them. Members: $45/Non-Members: $55
1-4PM
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October 27   TOT SHABBAT
Temple Israel Of Albany
600 New Scotland Avenue
- Albany, NY (518) 438-7858

A fun service filled with songs, stories and more! Perfect for children 5 & under! On every last Saturday of the month in the Kahn Meeting Room at Temple Israel of Albany!
10:45A
M
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October 27   SHABBAT TOGETHER
Temple Israel Of Albany
600 New Scotland Avenue
- Albany, NY (518) 438-7858

For elementary and middle school families. A little prayer, a little study, and a little fun. Every last Saturday of the month in classroom 10 at Temple Israel of Albany.
10:30-11:45A
M
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October 28   SUNDAY BRUNCH
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue, Rte 8
- Adams, MA (413) 743-0193

10AM-1
PM
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October 28  13 NIGHTS
Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort
37 Corey Road
- Hancock, MA (413) 738-5500

Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort. Descend into the depths of the mountains’ past as a haunted holdout, where Villagers from the Plantation of Jericho lived in terror of disfiguring diseases, deranged creatures and impending doom. Are you scared yet?! (ages 10+)Hours: 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm (Groups of 6-8 leave every couple of minutes. Space is limited. Last tour leaves at 10:30 pm)
Soaring Eagle & Giant Swing open 6:30 pm – 10 pm

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October 28    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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October 28  HALLOWEEN AT HANCOCK
Hancock Shaker Village
1843 West Housatonic Street
- Pittsfield, MA (413) 443-0188

Come in costume for trick-or-treating throughout the Village. Visit the Brick Dwelling for ghost stories and fortune telling. Enjoy face painting & balloon art (fees apply), make-n-take slime, bobbing for doughnuts, and pumpkin decorating. Hear spooky stories in the barn. FREE to members/included in admission
11AM-3
PM
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October 30  4AD PRESENTS TUNE-YARDS + U.S.GIRLS
MASS MoCA - Club B10
1040 MASS MoCA Way
- North Adams, MA

Shape-shifting New England native Merrill Garbus a.k.a. tUnE-yArDs released her fourth record, I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life, this year, and it has been praised as “a sleek, radical evolution” (The New York Times). She is joined by 4AD labelmates U.S. Girls, who bring a raucous eight-piece band to perform their new album, In A Poem Unlimited — “a compulsively listenable tour de force that’s one of the best pop records of 2018 so far.” (GQ)
8-11
PM
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October  30   SOIL AND SOIL AMENDMENTS
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road
- Stockbridge, MA

This course will explain how plant growth is affected by soils, from drainage to pH and nutrients. Learn how to evaluate soils, improve those that are less than ideal, and amend soils for specific garden uses. Fertilizers, soil amendments, making and using compost, moisture management, and the pros and cons of mulching will be covered. (4 classes) Members: $175/Non-Members: $185
5:30-8:30PM
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October 30    OPEN MIC
The Purple Pub
65 Spring Street - Williamstown
, MA  (413) 458-0095
8PM

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October 31   OPEN MIC
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue - Adams
, MA  (413) 743-0193
7:30PM
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October  31   HALLOWEEN PARTY
Red Lion Inn - Lions Den
30 Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA (413) 298-5545

7PM
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October 31  ARTFUL "FRIGHTFUL" AFTERNOON
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
Join us for Artful Frightful Afternoon this Halloween 2:30-4:30 pm. Learn about the interesting creatures that reside Hyde House. Hear a spooky story at 2:30 and 4pm in the library. In the art studio take inspiration from Dr. Frankenstein as we create creepy, curiously strange creatures of our own. Children may participate in costumes.
2:30-4:30PM

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