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Summer Noontime Concert Series – Monday, August 15 at St. John’s Episcopal Church

The Summer Noontime Concert Series concludes with a free performance by clarinetist Paul Green and pianist Doris Stevenson. The one-hour program includes music by Brahms, Debussy, & Poulenc.

Audience members are invited to bring a bag lunch; the church will provide drinks and cookies. An intimate setting with wonderful acoustics. Admission is free; donations are welcome.

St. John’s Episcopal Church, 35 Park Street, Williamstown
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Jacob’s Pillow Festival Finale & Party- Sat. August 25!

Party and celebrate a fabulous Jacob’s Pillow Festival season! Mingle with artists and staff while dancing to Jules Jenssen DJ set spinning live all night long. Enjoy drinks, desserts, treats, and more!
Purchase a performance + party ticket to Stars of American Ballet or ODC/Dance starting at $50; or opt for a party-only ticket at $40.

CATA’s Annual Poetry Reading- Wed, September 12, 5:30pm at The Mount

Experience the powerful work of writers with disabilities. Join CATA at The Mount for a dynamic reading celebrating the powerful, funny and moving work of CATA’s writers with disabilities.

Hosted by The Mount – Edith Wharton’s Home
WHEN: Wednesday, September 12 at 5:30pm
WHERE: The Stable at The Mount – 2 Plunkett Street • Lenox, MA 01240

FREE! Space is limited – please RSVP by September 5.
Contact sarah@CATAarts.org or 413-528-5485 to RSVP.

The evening will feature local luminaries, CATA writers, friends and supporters in a dynamic reading of poignant, funny and deeply touching works from the CATA Writers’ Workshop reflecting the unique perspectives of writers with disabilities.

Voices for Recovery- Rally/Walk/Vigil: Saturday, Sept 22, 1-3 pm in North Adams

Celebrating Recovery is the theme of this year’s Voices for Recovery 2018 Rally-Walk-Vigil starting at Colegrove Park in North Adams on Saturday, September 22, 1:00-3:00pm.

For more info: nbcc – northern berkshire community coalition

 

Hay Day Fair ! Relay races, petting zoo, live music- Sun, August 19, 11am-3pm

The Williamstown Historical Museum invites the public to good old-fashioned family fun Hay Day Fair: sack races, egg & spoon races, relay race, petting zoo, live music, and GOOD FOOD! Erik Tiele, Golf Pro at Waubeeka Golf Links will demo proper golf swing techniques!!

Enjoy the fun on the WHM grounds (32 New Ashford Rd) on Rt 7, just south of Five Corners in South Williamstown on Sunday, August 19, 11:00am – 3:00pm.

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