Rock & soul singer Bette Smith & her band perform in a free concert near the Clark’s Reflecting Pool. Plan to bring a blanket or…
Berkshire AHEC (Area Health Education Center) offers keynote speaker Leah Penniman, Co-director & Farm Manager of Soul Fire Farm , Petersburg, NY & panelists explore: explore the history of…
This hour-long video documentary profiles some of our local forefighters in the empowerment of women. There are some faces you’ll recognize — like Susan B….
Self-guided tours on the grounds of The Mount. More info: https://sculpturenow.org/about-us/ SculptureNow presents sculpture exhibitions and sculpture educational programs for students and visitors of all ages…
Only masked campus community members with a valid Williams ID (yellow and purple) will be allowed to enter the building. The students, faculty, and staff…
Town Hall reopens on Tuesday, July 20 for three days a week: 8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays. williamstownma.gov
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 Town asks you to fill out this form outlining how you would like to participate. https://forms.gle/ioK2yJ1x564EqB5u7
Eph Football is back! Coach Mark Raymond & host Kris Dufour prepare us for Saturday’s home game v Middlebury, kick-off 2:00pm. Public WELCOME to Farley-Lamb Field!
Williamstown’s newest neighborhood offers 41 new affordable housing units! The Berkshire Housing Development Corporation celebrates with community partners at this August 26 ribbon cutting.
Folks shared stories, memories, their relationship with The pre-Irene Spruces on the 10th anniversary of the hurricane’s destruction of some 300 people’s homes.
Entrepreneur? Socialist? Visionary? Meet Al Bachand, creator of the affordable neighborhood he named
The Spruces (after planting 200 spruce saplings down the main street). During its hay day, The Spruces was a successful communal living experiment with roots in capitalism. (originally aired in 2012)
MG Superintendent Jake McCandless says entire community to be invited to hear the report out on the Mt. Greylock Regional School District Listening and Learning Project, from Cortney Tunis, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion consultant at October special-School Comm. meeting. Lengthy Agenda, including vote on next steps for athletic fields.
Enjoy this August 15 evening performance to a packed ‘house’ of familiar favorites & Tucker-Smith original show tunes.
Journalist Barbara Bradley Hagerty ’81 talks about renewal in her new book “Life Reimagined: The Science, Art, and Opportunity of Midlife.” She tells Dennis O’Shea ’77 that midlife is a time to renegotiate your purpose, refocus your relationships, transform the way you think about the world & yourself.
Robert Iannitelli joins Father John McDonagh, Deacon Greg LaFreniere, Michael Dilthey, and Carin DeMayo Wall (on WilliNet TV channel 1303 on Sunday at 10:30am, Wed at 9am and Fri at 7:30 PM)