An annual classic in the Berkshires, this community presentation is a wonderful way to celebrate the holidays with the whole family and revel in the joy and redemptive power of Christmas.
This year marks the 50th reunion of that fateful Thanksgiving Day in 1965 when Arlo Guthrie, then age 18, drove to the Berkshires to have Thanksgiving dinner, wrote a song which became a movie and the rest is history.
The season will soon be upon us. A preview of holiday related November events.
Abigail Disney writes about what motivated her to make her stunning film The Armor of Light. It follows an Evangelical minister and the mother of a teenage shooting victim who ask, is it possible to be both pro-gun and pro-life?
“Reading to children and listening to children read is one of the most important roles anyone can play in the life of a child. It’s always amazing to see the level of community support for Pajama Night. The Museum is honored to serve a community that understands and embraces the importance of literacy.” – Craig Langlois, Berkshire Museum
On October 4, the historic Ventfort Hall in Lenox will revert to days gone by when chivalry and armored tournaments were a way of life with a full day of ancient sport, food and music. It’s sure to delight both families and its participants.
A 1984 graduate of Pittsfield‘s Taconic High School, Stephanie Wilson has logged over 42 days in space as a veteran of three NASA space flights and returns to talk with students (and the public) about her life so far.