Apparitions, phantoms, and a good time are all part of the unique way Hubbard Hall celebrates Halloween in Cambridge, NY.
It’s the return of Kite Day, a beloved Williamstown tradition. Bring a kite to fly atop Stone Hill and celebrate the Clark’s exhibition Sensing Place: Reflecting on Stone Hill on Sunday, October 2 from 11 am–3 pm.
Weston had a great season, especially when Young Company opened Weston’s OtherStages season with an inspired, engaging rendition of Schoolhouse Rock, Live! directed by Susan Haefner.
The largest free outdoor event series in the Berkshires, 3rd Thursday is family friendly and open to all. On September 15, 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.
What’s New at the Steampunk Festival This Year? Well, Splendid Teapot Racing for one—and Burlesque for another and we have details for the dashing teapots while info on the burlesque is still hush hush.
Writes Gail Burns: “I have seen Good Plaids and Bad Plaids. And I am happy to report that the cast director Trey Compton has assembled for the current production at The Theater Barn are Excellent Plaids.”
Dan Zanes’ Lead Belly Project is a ticketed event in MASS MoCA’s Courtyard C (or inside our Hunter Center, if it rains) on Saturday, July 18, at 2pm. Go early for a celebration of Here Comes the Sun, which is free to the public, opening in Kidspace at 11am.