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MGRSD & Town Select Boards to vote on new member on Mon, June 24, 5:30pm at Mt. Greylock

A Special Joint Session of Mt. Greylock Regional School District & the Select Boards of Williamstown & Lanesborough to vote to appoint a replacement to fill out the term of Joe Bergeron’s seat on MGRSD School Committee will take place at Mt. Greylock, Mtg Room A-109 on MON, JUNE 24, 5:30pm.

Interested candidates: Jamie Art, Christopher Kapiloff, Micah Manary, Catherine McKeen, Whit Montgomery-Nassif, John Skavlem.
Watch the proceedings on WilliNet’s channel 1302 on MON, JUNE 24, 5:30pm.

ABC Summer Clothing & Linen Sale: 10am-2pm, Sat, June 22 @ First Congregational Church

A Better Community (ABC) invites everyone to their ‘tag sale’ of summer clothing & linens– stock up on summer staples while supporting local non-profit organizations that build A Better Community.  Sat, June 22, 10 am-2 pm @ First Congregational Church, W’town.

Jacob’s Pillow offers $25 tix for Berkshire Residents in June!

Jacob’s Pillow offers $25 tix for Berkshire residents for performances by Ballet BC performing June 19-23 & Abby Z and the New Utility  performing June 26-30.

Call the Box Office: 413-243-0745.  Each guest must show valid MA state photo ID w/ Berkshire County zip code when picking up tix at Will Call.  One tix per ID.

Creative Ecologies @ The Clark, Friday, June 21, 6:30-8pm

Enjoy the long evening of the summer solstice during a walk-and-talk session on the museum grounds. Learn more about the flora and fauna that call Stone Hill home. Get special insight into how “Clark Buzz,” the Institute’s bee program, fits into the museum’s unique approach to grounds management.

Horticulturist and Clark Grounds Manager Matthew Noyes joins beekeeper Dave Thayer to discuss the delicate balance between aesthetic and sustainable landscape management on the museum’s sprawling 140-acre campus.

Rural Lands hosts annual Firefly Hike & campfire at Sheep Hill: 8pm, Fri, June 28.

W’town Rural Lands invites all to bring a picnic supper & visit Sheep Hill to meander the meadows for a bedazzling firefly show on Fri, June 28. There will be a campfire, folk tales, and firefly presentation. At dusk, roast marshmallows over the campfire to make s‘mores before heading out into the meadow among the “lightening bugs”.

Activities start at 8:30 pm and conclude at 10:00 pm. Suggested donation is $5, $10 per family.

Severe weather cancels the event. For more information: www.wrlf.org.

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