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Finding One’s Way Back: A Conversation with Frank Doelger ’75 , April 25, 7pm @’62 Center

Frank Doelger, Executive Producer of Game of ThronesJohn Adams, and Rome, talks about his career journey on Thu, April 25, 7pm at the ’62 Center.

When Doelger left Williams College, he had no idea where his life and career would take him, let alone how his encounters with a liberal arts education might inform his journey. In conversation with Rhon Manigault-Bryant, Frank will reflect on over thirty years in the film and television industries. Join us for a wide-ranging conversation about fantasy, artistic inspiration, the collaborative nature of creating, and the uncanny pathways back to ones beginnings.

Tickets are free but required.

Groovin’ Through Time with SANKOFA, Fri & Sat, April 19 & 20, 8pm @ ’62 Center

Sankofa, the Williams College Step Team – a percussive dance form using the body as an instrument. This spring concert combines dance, research & discussion to present the influence of Hip Hop music, fashion, language, media & personal style throughout the ages.

Shows Friday, April 19, 8pm & Saturday, April 20, 8pm; tix $3.00.

BerkChique! The favorite fashionable alternative to the traditional fundraiser returns May 17-19.

The Berkshires’ favorite fashionable alternative to the traditional fundraiser returns May 17-19.
Shop the unbelievably priced upscale clothing & accessories collected from some of the chique-est closets in the Berkshires, and help raise important funds for WAM Theatre, as well as Berkshire Humane SocietyCommunity Access to the Arts, & IS183 Art School of the Berkshires.
For location, tix details, more info: BerkChique

Riverfest! 11am-4pm, Sat, May 11 @ Spruces Town Park

Hoosic River Watershed Assoc. invites everyone to RIVERFEST at the Spruces Town Park, Main St., W’town on Saturday, May 11, 11am-4pm.  A $5 raffle tix (available at MountainOne bank in Wtown) admits 1 adult. Riverfest admission is $8, includes a raffle tix!

All proceeds benefit the Hoosic River Watershed Association.

Seeking Grant nominations for DeMayo “Bright Futures Innovation” Award, deadline May 1

The Fund for Williamstown seeks nominations for the DeMayo Bright Futures Innovation Award. The award recipient will receive $1,000 to further the innovative work of the recipient to benefit our community. The award must be used for a charitable purpose. Deadline for nominations is May 1.

The award recognizes organizations, institutions, businesses or individuals who create new approaches to solving community challenges and/or who enhance life in Williamstown through innovative programs that do not currently exist in the community.

This award is presented to those demonstrating an exceptional degree of innovation and creativity, resulting in significant community impact. It recognizes non-traditional approaches to solving community challenges and/or to enhancing life in our community.

To nominate an individual, visit Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation website:  Individual Grants & Scholarships website. To nominate an organization, visit our Nonprofit Grants website.

If you’d like to request a printed copy of the nomination form, email info@berkshiretaconic.org or call 413.229.0370. Forms are also available at the Williamstown Town Hall and David & Joyce Milne Public Library.

The DeMayo Bright Futures Innovation Award is named in memory of Dick DeMayo and in honor of Carol DeMayo, a couple dedicated to creating brighter futures for all through kindness and concern for others, and with the best interest of the community at the heart of their work.

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