W’town COOL Comm. presents: “A Net-Zero Williamstown – What Will It Take To Get There?”
Watch the W’town COOL Committee’s virtual conversation with panelists from the COOL Committee, town government, Williams College staff, & Williams College students. Moderators will be Williams College Emeritus Professor Hank Art & Nancy Nylen, renewable energy consultant and former associate director of the Center for EcoTechnology.
The event is hosted by the Williams College Zilkha Center for Environmental Initiatives.
W’town Planning Board Public Hearing on Bylaw Amendments for Town Warrant at 7pm, TUE, April 13
Watch Planning Board present 4 Articles to amend bylaws in preparation for Town Meeting live on WilliNet TV ch 1303 at 7pm Tues, April 13 or join mtg via zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/i/82130481558 ,
Bylaw info @ https://sites.google.com/williamstownma.gov/planning-board/upcoming-meeting-packet
W’town Historical Museum presents virtually: “The History of Oblong Road” w/ Dusty Griffin at 11am, Sat. April 17
Oblong Road was one of the earliest parts of Williamstown to be settled. For all of the 19th century the neighborhood was almost completely devoted to farming, and was dominated by three large farming families: the Youngs, the Torreys, and the Phelpses. Two of them continue into the 21st century. A number of the oldest farm houses survive, but much has changed over time – there used to be three one-room schools along Oblong Road.
The History of Oblong Road – Zoom Webinar Login information:
Or One tap mobile : +19292056099,,94260437419#
Or Telephone: (929) 205-6099
Webinar ID: 942 6043 7419
Local VAX appts OPENING at 6pm, April 8 through Berkshire Vaccine Collaborative
Log into maimmunizations.org around 5:30 to get into waiting room for the 6pm opening… more info: getvaccinatedberkshires.org Folks 55+ or have 1+ certain medical conditions are eligible.