Walk A Mile In Her Shoes

Join the international walk on Thursday September 18th, Pittsfield MA in which hundreds will turn out to support the Elizabeth Freeman Center and others across the world as we stand up and take steps to Walk A Mile In Her Shoes. To register for the walk or learn more about rape and sexual assualt visit www.elizabethfreemancenter.org.

Great Barrington Fairgrounds ALIVE

Thanks to Janet and Bart Elsbach the iconic fairgrounds are coming back to our community.  Join the BARN RAISING fun and grab onto the movement to restore the Great Barrington Fairgrounds one building at a time.  The BARN RAISING BRUNCH is Sunday September 21st get your tickets at www.gbfg.org.


Founder and artistic director Kristen van Ginhoven takes some time to discuss the 2014 WAM Benefit; CHANGE MAKERS which is set to bring to the Berkshires a panel discussion with some of the best change makers of our time.  To find out more and reserve your tickets go to www.wamtheatre.com.

Summer Picnic and Entertainment

Do you remember long lost days of picnic’s at Tanglewood, eating exotic lawn food while listening to incredible music? Now is your chance to be a part of Gina Hyams latest book; The Tanglewood Picnic.  Gina talks about her book and how she is looking for submissions, if you have pictures, receipes, or tips go to her website www.tanglewoodpicnic.com.  To find out more about Gina and her 11 books visit her at www.ginahyams.com.  Plus in the second half of the show we have Eve Wolf’s theatrical concert Beethoven Love Elegies now playing at The Mount to get tickets go to www.romanticcentury.org.

Fringe Turns 10!

Your invited to get your fringe on as the Berkshire Fringe turns a retrospectacle 10 years and moves to Pittsfield MA.  Don’t miss a minute of the over 50 performances including free concerts and workshops.  This year host favorite returns of the UK-based Wardrobe Ensemble, Brooklyn’s famed Under the Table and the popular Pi Clowns. Plus Dan Bernitt, Valley Advocate’s Lil Sedaris.  Fun for all ages and you can even pay what you wish,  keeping the fringe “something for everyone” mission alive.  For tickets and information go to www.berkshirefringe.org.