AUDITION Call for the WTF 2019 COMMUNITY WORKS Production “Summers Soldier”: May 25 & 26
Audition for Williamtown Theatre Festival’s Summer’s Soldier this Sat, May 25, 2-6pm @ The Harper Center or Sun, May 26, 11-3pm at Berkshire Community College, Koussevitzky Arts Center, Pittsfield. Come anytime; you will be in and out within 30 minutes!
COMMUNITY WORKS is a Williamstown Theatre Festival‘s year-round community-engaged theatre program that brings together local residents and professional theatre artists to make plays for and about the Berkshires. To learn more or get involved, click here or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more or get involved, click here or email email@example.com
Used Book-Overstock Sale @ Milne Public Library, Thu-Sat, May 23-25!
Most books priced $2 & under! Bring your own bag to the Milne Public Library on Thu, May 23, 12-4:30pm or Fri, May 24, 10-4:30pm. On Sat, May 25, 10-3pm a bag of books is $5 all day!! (they provide the bag!!)
For more info or to volunteer: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 884-4119.
Raising Healthy Youths: Community Prevention Program w/ DA Harrington & Dr. Tony Siracusa
Join nbCC for a community discussion about youth mental health & preventing alcohol & other drug abuse on Wed, May 29m 5:30 @ the Holiday Day Inn, N. Adams. Free and open to the public.
5:30: Assemble a toolkit of resources to support the well being of youth in your life
6:00 Presentation of Student Health Survey Data by North Berkshire Youth
6:15 Remarks from District Attorney Andrea Harrington with introduction from Mayor Thomas Bernard
6:30 Presentation on youth depression, anxiety and substance use by Dr. Anthony Siracusa
Williamstown Farmers Market returns Sat, May 18, 9 am-1 pm, @ Spring St. parking lot.
Farmers Market returns this Saturday, May 18, 9am – 1pm, & every Saturday through mid-October, located in the parking lot at the end of Spring St.
LOCAL ELECTION- Planning Board race: Dante Birch 608 votes. Amy Jeschawitz 343 votes.
Williamstown local election- 953 voters cast ballots on Tuesday, May 14. Only contested race was for 1 seat on the Planning Board: Dante Birch wins seat with 608 votes to incumbent Amy Jeschawitz 343 votes. Select Board’s Jane Patton garnered 723 votes and Jeffrey Thomas received 678 votes.