Come & celebrate freedom & honor the legacy of this day & the end of slavery in the United States. Hear from President Dennis Powell…
Fresh berries! with homemade biscuits, fresh whipped cream and take out container for $6.00. There will be fresh quarts of berries for sale also for…
Library Doors reopen to patrons 10am-4pm MON, TUE, THU, FRI. On WED 12-6pm! Saturdays 11am- 2pm. Masks required, for restrictions go to Milne Library website
The sculptors will talk about the inspiration & process of their large-scale sculptures at Edith Wharton’s Estate, 2 Plunkett St., Lenox.
Tanglewood is thrilled to announce a significant increase from our previously announced attendance cap of 25% to 50% for our 2021 Tanglewood Season this July…
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Father Bill Cyr, Terry Lamb, Michael Dilthey & Carin DeMayo Wall (on WilliNet TV channel 1303 on Sunday at 10:30am, Wed at 9am and Fri at 7:30 PM)
The inaugural meeting of the W’town Town Manager Search Committee presents overview of components and calendar and hears community input.
AHT discusses Emergency Rental Assistance Program, Mortgage Assistance, Habitat for Humanity, Sweet Farm Road and Town Meeting approval of CPA warrant article.
Select Board hears updates on HR Policies and Audit, DIRE, Town Manager search.
Fire District Prudential Committee discusses reorganization and hears from Community Advisory Committee about Recruiting Working Group report.
WilliNet receives the 2021 Scarborough Salomon Flynt Community Service Award at this year’s Annual Town Meeting outdoors at Weston Field. Deb Dane accepts the Award on behalf of WilliNet.
Pine Cobble School’s 84th commencement took place on June 11th, 2021. The parents and faculty usher forth another class as they look back and take their final moments at Pine Cobble School before moving onto their futures in high school.
Samantha Page & Huff Templeton share the mission, origination story, & work of the W’town Racial Justice & Police Reform group.