Sarah will share with her guests a sumptuous and historically accurate tea, full of stories about the grand manse, its large servant staff, husband George, and brother J. Pierpont (the legendary financier). And if you are wise, you will plan ahead with early reservations.
Expanding earlier plans that offered free admission to North Adams residents, MASS MoCA — for the first time — extends free admission program to ALL Berkshire County residents.
Two documentary films and an artist talk take place on October 27 at the Berkshire Museum further illuminating artist Robert Hite. His solo show of sculpture, paintings, and photography is now on display in a dual exhibition at the Berkshire Museum and Hancock Shaker Village.
Paul Marino, known for his entertaining cemetery walks and retired educator Chris Wondoloski, author of The Hoosac Tunnel Murders, will take passengers on a special Berkshire train as they relate the legend and legacy of the Hoosac Tunnel
Coming up August 10: dramatic readings of Abraham Lincoln’s immortal words at Chesterwood. Excerpts will include both his best-known private and public words about love, life, and the country he worked so hard to unite.
Many in Lenox set aside their Tuesday afternoons for talks about the history of the Berkshires during the famed “gilded age” when such splendid “cottages” as Ventfort Hall were the center of social life.
Popular discounted “early worm” ticket program ends March 15 as FreshGrass Festival of Bluegrass and Roots Music unveils its first wave of acts the next day.