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Northern Berkshire Chorale: “A Baroque Christmas” 8:00pm, Fri, Dec.13, at Chapin Hall

Northern Berkshire Choral will sing Vivaldi’s Gloria, Bach’s Cantata 140 ‘Wachet Auf’ & other works by Bach and Handel under the direction of Andrew Burger on Fri, Dec. 13 at 8:00pm in Chapin Hall, Williams College campus. Special guests include Sylvia Stoner-Hawkins, Soprano; Ann-Marie Adamick, Mezzo-soprano; and Siddharth Dubey, Baritone.

Suggested donations for the concert are $10 for adults, $5 for seniors and students. Children are admitted free. For additional information, please visit www.nbchorale.org.

Tree Lighting at South Williamstown’s Five Corners: 5-7pm, Sun., Dec. 15.

The South Williamstown Community Association invites you to light the holiday season in at The Store at Five Corners Sunday, December 15, from 5 to 7 p.m.  There’ll be carol singing and wonderful refreshments provided by The Store at Five Corners and plenty of seasonal spirit for all.   Santa is definitely coming.  Join us and bring a flashlight so you can see the words on the song sheets we’ll provide.

Hancock Shaker Village – Holiday Magic Weekend – Fri.-Sun., Dec 6-8

Yule Jam…Brunch with Santa…Holiday World Dinner…Service of Lessons & Carols…Holiday Wreath & Sip…at Hancock Shaker Village Friday, Dec 6-8.

W’town Fire District Prudential Committee to present Feasibility Study on Wed, Dec. 12, 7pm at Town Hall

W’town Fire District PRUDENTIAL COMMITTEE– with 2 new members– will be making a formal public release of the feasibility study, that it had commissioned, to look into the future needs of the community as it relates to fire protection.
The consultants that did the study will be presenting their findings at this meeting…Public invited to ask questions..

WilliNet TV will broadcast the meeting LIVE on TV channel 1303–  WED, 12/11, 7:00pm from Town Hall.

Moresi & Reynolds voted onto the Prudential Committee of W’town Fire District

David Moresi garnered 137 votes to win the newly created 18-month seat on the Prudential Committee of the Fire District over Gerard Smith’s 39 votes.  Richard Reynolds received 114 votes to win the 30-month seat, over Bruce MacDonald’s 64 votes.

180 voters took part in the Fire District election which took place on Tues, Nov. 19.