New York City Ballet members dance at ’62 Center on Fri, Oct. 18, 8:00pm

The evening’s repertory includes Balanchine’s “Apollo,” Robbins’ “Moves,” Peck’s “Sleep Well,” and a work selected by Lauren Lovette. One of the foremost dance companies in the world, New York City Ballet hosts a roster of spectacular dancers and an unparalleled repertory.

The Company was founded in 1948 by George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein and quickly became world-renowned for its athletic and contemporary style. Jerome Robbins joined NYCB the following year and, with Balanchine, helped to build the astounding repertory and firmly establish the Company in New York, revolutionizing ballet in the process.

Tickets can be purchased here.

Cultural Council of Northern Berkshires hosts info mtg for Grant Writing-6:30pm, Tue 9/17 @ MCLA Gallery 51, N. Adams

Cultural Council of Northern Berkshires hosting an informational meeting for Grant Writing on Tuesday, September 17th at 6:30 pm @ MCLA Gallery 51on Main Street in North Adams.

CULTURAL COUNCIL looking for representatives! Volunteers are still needed to represent the communities of Florida, Clarksburg, Hancock & Monroe. You don’t have to live in the community to represent it. Four council meetings per year is the usual requirement.

Contact CCNB for more details or 413-652-2982.

W’town Street Lighting Listening Session: 7pm on Wed, 9/18 @ W’town Police Station

The Williamstown COOL Committee invites the public to a Street Lighting Listening Session to solicit input from residents about street lighting as we embark on plans to replace old inefficient street lighting in Williamstown.  The COOL Committee will provide an update regarding the planned lighting audit & the timetable for replacing old, inefficient street lighting with quality LED lighting.  The public is invited to ask questions and provide input regarding the initiative. The goal of the lighting project is to improve lighting quality, save energy and reduce costs.

The project is a collaborative effort of the Town of Williamstown, the Williamstown Fire District & the Williamstown COOL Committee. The Street Lighting Listening Session takes place at 7:00pm, WED, Sept. 18 at the new W’town Police Station, 825 Simonds Road. Contact COOL Committee members: Stephanie Boyd-  or Nancy Nylen-

“End of Life Options Act” – Learn more & help move the Act thru MA Legislature Committee- Mon, 9/16, 4-6pm @ St. John’s Church

The bill “End of Life Options Act” is under consideration now by the MA Joint Public Health Committee. Learn more & help Massachusetts become the 10th state with a “Death with Dignity” law on Mon, Sept 16, 4-6pm at St. John’s Episcopal Church. Light refreshments.

Questions: 413-458-1694.

Summary of the Bill:  “The bill allows a qualified, terminally ill, mentally capable adult state resident the voluntary option to request, obtain, and take medication to end their life in a peaceful, humane and dignified manner at a time and place of their choosing.”

WHM: “A History of the Hopper” with Dusty Griffin, 11:00am, Sat, 9/14, at Sweetwood.

The Williamstown Historical Museum presents a free talk on The History of The Hopper with Dusty Griffin on Sat, Sept 14 at 11:00 am in the community room at Sweetwood, 1611 Cold Spring Road (Rt. 2) in Williamstown. The talk will be illustrated with more than 50 slides.