Berkshire calendar Feb. 13 to 19

Valentines, Oscar-nominated films, anime, the opening of the annual 10×10 Festival in Pittsfield … in the heart of winter, the Berkshire calendar is full with comedy, music and conversation. Roxane Gay — cultural critic and acclaimed author of Bad Feminist, exploration of modern feminism NPR named one of the best books of the year — will speak at Williams College on free speech and safe spaces, and YES! Magazine co-founder and editor-at-large Sarah Van Gelder will tell an audience at Bard College at Simon’s Rock about her new book, The Revolution Where You Live …

In the image above, Peggy Pharr Wilson appears ina short play at Barrington Stage. (Photo by Scott Barrow, courtesy of Barrington Stage)

 

Monday Feb. 13

 

Conversations

Jewish Federation of the Berkshires — Dennis Powell, president of the Berkshire County Unit of the NAACP, presents “NAACP is not an ‘Anachronism!’” a Black History Month exploration of this institution’s history and work in the present day. 10:45 a.m., free. Knesset Israel, 16 Colt Road, Pittsfield. 413-442-4360, ext. 10. Kosher lunch at noon, 41-442-2200. jewishberkshires.org

 

Film

Berkshire Museum — Oscar-Nominated Shorts: Documentary, Little Cinema, 7 p.m. 39 South St., Pittsfield. 413-443-7171, berkshiremuseum.org

Images Cinema — La Cour de Babel (The School of Babel), 7 p.m. Julie Bertucelli’s documentary on tweens and teens from Mauritania, Serbia, Venezuela, Rumania, Senegal, Libya, Ireland, Brazil, and China, children who have come to France for reasons ranging from studying violin at the Paris conservatory to escaping genital excision. Free French film series. 50 Spring St., Williamstown. imagescinema.org, cfllc.williams.edu

Manchester Community Library — Oscars: Then and Now, Professor Emeritus Harvey Flaxman talk and screening of Oscar winning film On the Waterfront (1954), 6:30 p.m. 138 Cemetery Ave., Manchester Center, Vt. 802-362-2607, mclvt.org

 

Food

Berkshire South Community Center — Community supper, 5 to 6 p.m. served by Berkshire chefs. Free. 15 Crissey Road, Great Barrington. 413-528-2810, berkshiresouth.org

 

Tuesday Feb. 14

 

Valentine’s Day

Iron Horse — Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico, 10 p.m. 20 Center St., Northampton. iheg.com

Norman Rockwell Museum — Norman Rockwell’s Odes to Love, 2 p.m. Norman Rockwell painted his fair share of romantically inclined illustrations—from scenes of young love to the comfort of companionship in older age. Join Deputy Director/Chief Curator Stephanie Plunkett for a special Valentine’s Day tea and talk inspired by Rockwell’s art. 9 Route 183, Stockbridge. 413-298-4100, nrm.org

Notchview — Snowshoes, beer and chocolate, 7 p.m. Self-guided snowshoeing with beer and chocolate tasting at the visitors center. Route 9, Windsor. 413-628-4485, thetrustees.org

Pearl Street — Portland’sSTRFKR 8 p.m. with Psychic Twin, dance party hits and  homemade laser light show. 10 Pearl St., Northampton. 413-586-8686, iheg.com

 

Books and Writing

Bloomsday in Williamstown — Gunter Grass’s “The Tin Drum,” weekly reading aloud through the novel in the Breon Mitchell translation, 7 p.m. at the Log. 78 Spring St., Williamstown.

 

Wednesday Feb. 15

Conversations

Bard College at Simon’s Rock — The Revolution Where You Live: YES! Magazine co-founder and editor-at-large Sarah Van Gelder will speak about her new book, The Revolution Where You Live, a journey in an old pickup truck though 12,000 miles and 18 states, from the ranches of Montana to the Native reservations of North Dakota, from the urban cores of Chicago and Detroit to the coalfields of Kentucky, talking with people who stopped a giant coal mine, brought urban farming into the heart of Chicago, worked to move Greensboro’s beyond its legacy of racism, and are bringing about a cooperative renaissance, 7 p.m. 84 Alford Road, Great Barrington. simons-rock.edu

Berkshire Athenaeum —  The Lowdown and Upside of Self-Publishing: Options for the Aspiring Author, 7 p.m. with local science fiction author Jon Wynn. Free. 3D Let’s Print, workshop 3 p.m. Free. 1 Wendell Ave., Pittsfield. 413-499-9480, pittsfieldlibrary.org

Berkshire Museum — Seventh Annual Science and Innovation Fair, students from Pittsfield Public High Schools showcase more than 80 projects in engineering and science, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. p.m. 39 South St., Pittsfield. 413-443-7171, berkshiremuseum.org

MCLA Black History Month — Women’s Center Wednesday Discussions: Special Black History Month Theme, 3 p.m. in the MCLA Women’s Center. Black History Month events through February. Church Street, North Adams. mcla.edu

Williams College — An Evening with Roxane Gay, on free speech and safe spaces, and their connections to privilege, to Black Lives Matter, to her experience moving “through the world as a woman,” and to humanity and empathy. Cultural critic and acclaimed author of Bad Feminist, exploration of modern feminism NPR named one of the best books of the year, 7 p.m. Chapin Hall, 62 Chapin Hall Dr., Williamstown. 413-597-2425, 62center.williams.edu

 

Film

Clark Art Institute — When Marnie Was There, 6 p.m. Shy, artistic Anna moves to the seaside and befriends the mysterious young girl, Marnie, who lives there. The girls form a unique friendship that blurs the lines between fantasy and reality. Free Anime Wednesdays film series. 225 South St., Williamstown. 413-458-2303, clarkart.edu

Manchester Community Library — “Where Am I? The Power of Uniqueness,” noon: former Scenic America president and TED talk lecturer Ed McMahon, who holds the Charles E. Fraser Chair on Sustainable Development at the Urban Land Institute, highlights the importance of sense of place and explores why our physical surroundings are worth caring about. Encore screening of live event: Second showing of First Wednesdays talks with GNAT-TV and Vermont Humanities Council, 138 Cemetery Ave., Manchester Center, Vt. 802-362-2607, mclvt.org

 

Theater

The Egg — An Evening with Garrison Keillor. 8 p.m. 1 Empire State Plaza, S Mall Arterial, Albany, N.Y. theegg.org

 

Thursday Feb. 16

 

10×10 Festival

Barrington Stage Company — 10×10 New Play Festival, 7:30 p.m. Sixth annual performance of 10 short plays. St. Germain Stage, 36 Linden Street, Pittsfield.  413-236-8888, barringtonstageco.org

Berkshire International Film Festival — 10 short films from the annual film festival, 8 p.m., free. Beacon Cinema, 57 North St., Pittsfield. discoverpittsfield.com

Lichtenstein Center for the Arts — 10 Spot: Photography, part of Cultural Pittsfield’s 10 x 10 Upstreet Arts Festival, opening reception 5 to 7 p.m., free. 10 photographs by 10 artists, 100 photographs in all, in collaboration with Sohn Fine Art Gallery in Lenox, through Feb. 27 at the Lichtenstein and March 20 at Sohn Gallery. iMOTIF companion exhibit of iPhone or iPad Photography at Sohn Fine Art Gallery. 28 Renne Ave., Pittsfield, discoverpittsfield.com

 

Art

Bard College at Simon’s Rock — Diverse styles from acclaimed ceramic artists from around the country in Narrowing the Variables: Seven Approaches to the Vessel, reception 6 p.m. with curator and faculty member Ben Krupka and ceramicist Sam Taylor. Daniel Arts Center, 84 Alford Road, Great Barrington. simons-rock.edu

Clark Art Institute — Impressions of East Anglia, noon. Ariel Kline, 2017 MA candidate in the Williams Graduate Program in the History of Art, examines Willy Lott’s House, an enigmatic work by British artist John Constable. Also weekly gallery talks on Saturdays. 225 South St., Williamstown. 413-458-2303, clarkart.edu

IS183 Art School — Contemporary Clay Artists, 8 p.m. Talk with IS183’s studio manager, Jared Gelormino, sharing his his approach, technique, and conceptual themes in the context of other contemporary clay artists. Citizen’s Hall, 13 Willard Hill Road, off Route 183, Stockbridge. 413-298-5252, is183.org

Manchester Community Library — Film screening on art forger, conman and prankster Mark Landis and conversation on POV’s Art and Craft with Jamie Franklin, curator at the Bennington Museum, 6:30 p.m. 138 Cemetery Ave., Manchester Center, Vt. 802-362-2607, mclvt.org

 

Community

Norman Rockwell Museum — No Place Like Home, 5:30 p.m. Town Hall-style conversation inspired by Norman Rockwell’s Four Freedoms paintings will explore the experiences of today’s refugees, as borders tighten around the world and millions of people seek a safe place to re-start their lives. 9 Route 183, Stockbridge, 413-298-4100, nrm.org

 

Conversations

Berkshire Athenaeum — Fall in Love with 3D Printing, 3 p.m. Make seasonal designs before the holiday in two-part workshop. 1 Wendell Ave., Pittsfield. 413-499-9480, pittsfieldlibrary.org

Jewish Federation of the Berkshires — Marcie Greenfield Simons, interfaith chaplain at Berkshire Medical Center, speaks on Healing the Spirit as Well as the Body in a Health Care Setting, 10:45 a.m., free. Knesset Israel, 16 Colt Road, Pittsfield. 413-442-4360, ext. 10. Kosher lunch at noon, 41-442-2200. jewishberkshires.org

One World Conservation Center — Silvia Cassano, a Green Mountain Club volunteer and former Appalachian Trail Conservancy Staff, describes her section hiking journey on the Appalachian Trail in Vermont. Third Thursdays talk, 7 p.m. 413 Route 7 South, Bennington, Vt. oneworldconservationcenter.org

Williams College — John Kleiner, Professor of English will present “The Hydraulic Wig or What Stage Tricks Tell Us about Emotion,” 4:15 p.m. Thompson Chemistry, Wege Auditorium. Public talk by Jodi Byrd, Variations Under Domestication: Neoliberalism, Indigeneity, and the Logics of Dispossession, associate professor of English and women’s and gender studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, citizen of the Chickasaw Nation and a leading scholar in the fields of Native American and Indigenous Studies, 4:30 p.m., Schapiro Hall 129, 24 Hopkins Hall Dr. Route 2, Wiliamstown. williams.edu

 

Dance

MCLA — Afro House Zumba Workshop/learn popular African dances, 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. in the Campus Center Dance Complex. Church Street, North Adams. mcla.edu

 

Film

The Linda — Forgotten farms, 7 p.m. documentary: New England has lost over 10,000 dairy farms in the past 50 years; about 2,000 farms remain. Collectively, they tend 1.2 million acres of farmland and produce almost all of the milk consumed in New England. Screening and presentation with director Dave Simonds and producer Sarah gardner, 339 Central Ave., Albany, N.Y. thelinda.org

Mass MoCA — Seven Songs for a Long Life, 7:30 p.m. Six hospice patients unlock their pasts and illuminate their dreams through song, allowing us into tender, vulnerable, and funny moments of their lives, and revealing an intimate story behind our changing relationship with death. 87 Marshall St., North Adams. 413-662-2111, massmoca.org

Oldcastle Theatre — Film Series: Tootsie, 7 p.m. Michael Dorsey is a talented actor, but no one will hire him, and he’s willing to play the role of a lifetime. 331 Main St., Bennington, Vt. bennington.com

 

Music

Iron Horse — Santina King, Bruce King and Dennis Avery 20 Center St., Northampton. iheg.com

Troy Music Hall — Troy Chromatics Concerts presents the National Symphony of the Ukraine, Volodymyr Sirenko, conductor and Alexei Grynyuk, piano soloist, 7:30 p.m. 30 2nd St., Troy, N.Y. 518-273-0038, troymusichall.org

Williams College — Williams Jazz Faculty Concert, 8 p.m. The Williams Jazz Faculty Concert with original compositions by members of the band: ”59+58″ interpretations and new arrangements of music from a pivotal year in jazz history, 1959, which saw the release of the best selling jazz album of all time, Miles Davis’s “Kind of Blue”, and the most popular single track of all time, Dave Brubeck’s “Take Five.” Music inspired Coltrane’s “Giant Steps,” Mingus’s “Ah Um,” and Ornette Coleman’s “The Shape of Jazz to Come,” Horace Silver, Duke Ellington, Luis Bonfa and Lee Konitz. Free. Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall, Berhdard Music Building, off Route 2, Williamstown. music.williams.edu

 

Theater

Berkshire Theatre Group — Laugh Lounge: Myq Kaplan, 7:30 p.m. Last Comic Standing Finalist, and has appeared on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien, The Late Show with David Letterman and Comedy Central Presents. The Garage, 111 South St., Pittsfield. 413-997-4444, berkshiretheatregroup.org

 

Friday Feb. 17

 

10×10 Festival

Barrington Stage Company — 10×10 New Play Festival, 7:30 p.m. Sixth annual performance of 10 short plays. St. Germain Stage, 36 Linden Street, Pittsfield.  413-236-8888, barringtonstageco.org

Berkshire Museum — 10 Days of Play expanding throughout the museum with the launch of the Curiosity Incubator, new interactive stations, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Community night with free admission 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. 39 South St., Pittsfield. 413-443-7171, berkshiremuseum.org

10×10 Chair-ity — Artists’ Reception, 7 p.m. 10 local artists recycle chairs into sculpture. Silent auction through March 3 with a closing party. All proceeds go to the Pittsfield Education Fund (PEF). Dottie’s Coffee Lounge, 444 North St., Pittsfield.

 

Books and Writing

Northshire Bookstore — Richard Mason reads from Who Killed Piet Barol? novel set Cape Town at the edge of a World War, as the Native Land Act abolishes property rights for most South Africans and tears families apart. 7 p.m. 4869 Main St., Manchester, Vt. 802-362-2200, northshire.com

 

Conversations

The Log — Hopkins Forest: 15 years of Banding Migrant Northern Saw-Whet Owls”, noon, with Drew Jones, Hopkins Memorial Forest Manager. 78 Spring St., Williamstown. thelog.williams.edu

MCLA — Campus Conversation on Race, 3 p.m., Campus Center’s Sullivan Lounge. Find Your Passion Workshop, 5 p.m. in the Sullivan Lounge p.m. in the Campus Center Dance Complex. Church Street, North Adams. mcla.edu

 

Film

Berkshire Museum — Oscar-Nominated Shorts: Animation, Little Cinema, 7 p.m. 39 South St., Pittsfield. 413-443-7171, berkshiremuseum.org

 

Food

Ventfort Hall — Scotch Whiskey Tasting by Nejaime’s, Discover seven whiskeys with Charles Tower, National Brand Ambassador for scotch and American whiskeys, The Espiritus Group, 6 p.m. 104 Walker St., Lenox. gildedage.org

 

Music

The Egg — Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars, ensemble blending Western African folklore and uplifting, danceable, highlife songs of hope, faith and joy., and and Vusi Mahlasela, known as ‘The Voice’ in South Africa, celebrated for his vocal style, guitar playing and poetic, optimistic songs. 7 p.m. 1 Empire State Plaza, S Mall Arterial, Albany, N.Y. theegg.org

Williams College — Club Zambezi Dance Party, 8 p.m. Co-sponsored by the Dance and Music Departments, Kusika ensemble dedicated to performing dance, drumming, and storytelling from Africa and the African diaspora, performs with the Zambezi Marimba Band, inspired by traditional Zimbabwean music as well as contemporary African styles. Free. Route 2, Williamstown. music.williams.edu

 

Outdoors

Williams College — Milham Planetarium shows, sky tours and talks 8 p.m. Astronomy students at the college with the high-precision Zeiss Skymaster ZKP3/B opto-mechanical planetarium projector, showing retrograde motions of the planets, phases of the moon, the varying temperatures/colors of stars, locations of neighboring galaxies, the mythological figures and zodiacal signs ascribed to constellations, the Southern Hemisphere’s sky, comets, artificial satellites and more. Hopkins Observatory, Route 2, 413-597-2188, williams.edu

 

Theater

WAM Theatre — Girls’ Ensemble presents ”What’s That Sound?” 7:30 p.m., free. Shakespeare & Company, Bernstein Theatre at 70 Kemble St., Lenox. wamtheatre.com

 

Saturday Feb. 18

 

10×10 Festival

Berkshire Running Center — 1-10-mile run, 8 a.m. group run from any distance from 1 mile to 10 miles. All levels welcome. Free. Starts from 34 Depot St., Pittsfield.

Barrington Stage Company — 10×10 New Play Festival, 3 and 7:30 p.m. Sixth annual performance of 10 short plays. St. Germain Stage, 36 Linden Street, Pittsfield.  413-236-8888, barringtonstageco.org

 

Art

Clark Art Institute — Trunk show, jewelry of the Danish company Monies, founded by Gerda and Nikolai Monies, 1 to 5 p.m. 225 South St., Williamstown. 413-458-2303, clarkart.edu

Mass MoCA — Tanja Hollander: Are you really my friend? Opening and premiere of the full exhibit  — the artist travels worldwide to find and document 626  Facebook friends, exploring community, storytelling, social networks and memory. 87 Marshall St., North Adams. 413-662-2111, massmoca.org

Notchview — Smartphone winter photography, 2 p.m. Learn from a local photographer the ins and outs of smart phone photography and practice capturing the winter beauty of Notchview’s landscape. (BYOiP). Route 9, Windsor. 413-628-4485, thetrustees.org

Williams College Musueum of Art — Student Choice, roving tour of the museum with student gallery guides highlighting favorite works, bringing new perspectives from their diverse areas of study that include biology, theater, and art history, 11 a.m. 15 Lawrence Hall Drive, Williams College, Williamstown. wcma.williams.edu

 

Books and Writing

Northshire Bookstore — Jim Shepard – The World to Come: Stories, from Arctic explorers to crude-oil trains, 18th-century balloonists to 19-th century housewives, 7 p.m. 4869 Main St., Manchester, Vt. 802-362-2200, northshire.com

 

Film

Berkshire Museum — Oscar-Nominated Shorts: Animation, Little Cinema, 7 p.m. 39 South St., Pittsfield. 413-443-7171, berkshiremuseum.org

 

Food

Berkshire Grown — Winter Farmers Market, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Locally grown and produced food from cheese to honey, live music, lunch fare and children’s activities. Monument Valley Middle School, Route 7, Great Barrington. 413-528-0041, berkshiregrown.org

 

Music

Close Encounters with Music — The Intimate Bach: Mid-winter Fireside Concert, 6 p.m. Three of the unaccompanied suites that have taken dances from the courts of Europe, with Kivie Cahn-Lipman, viola da gamba. Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, 14 Castle St., Great Barrington. 413-528-0100, mahaiwe.org

Iron Horse — Marcia Ball, playful blues and ballads, 7 p.m. 20 Center St., Northampton. iheg.com

Parlor Room — Will Dailey and the Eavesdrop Trio, award-winning singer / songwriter, 7 p.m. 32 Masonic St., Northampton. 413-923-2800, signaturesoundspresents.com

Williams College — Club Zambezi Dance Party, 2 p.m. Co-sponsored by the Dance and Music Departments, Kusika ensemble dedicated to performing dance, drumming, and storytelling from Africa and the African diaspora, performs with the Zambezi Marimba Band, inspired by traditional Zimbabwean music as well as contemporary African styles. Free. Route 2, Williamstown. music.williams.edu

 

Outdoors

Backyard Bird Count — Williamstown Rural Lands joins the global event with birding at Linear Park, 9:30 a.m., to count birds and learn about their natural history on an easy hike geared toward children and families. Meets at the entrance off Route 2 across from the Maple Terrace Motel, Williamstown. 413-458-2494, wrlf.org

Williamstown Rural Lands — Winter Twig Identification workshop, get to know identify trees and shrubs in winter at Sheep Hill, 1 to 3 p.m. with Susanne Pfeiffer, a member of the horticulture team at the Arnold Arboretum in Boston. 671 Cold Spring Road, Williamstown. 413-458-2494, wrlf.org

 

Theater

The Linda — The Door Next Door, 2 p.m. Dinner and theater murder mystery, 339 Central Ave., Albany, N.Y. thelinda.org

Mass MoCA — Jo Firestone with guest Joe Pera, 8 p.m. Warm up for High Mud with absurdist comedy dynamo from the HBO series High Maintenance and writer for The Chris Gethard Show. 87 Marshall St., North Adams. 413-662-2111, massmoca.org

Ventfort Hall — “Don’t Wine If You Are Murdered!” with the Comical Mystery Theater Tour ensemble, 6 p.m. Helena Handbasket is hosting a Wine Tasting with world-famous Wine Connoisseur U. Paul McCork, who is showing off his talents. 104 Walker St., Lenox. gildedage.org

Williams College — ‘Uncle Vanya,’ Anton Chekhov’s precisely unique and evocative vision of familial longing, strife, desire, and regret. Chekhov himself observed that “any idiot can face a crisis; it is the day-to-day living that wears us out.” 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Elm Tree House, Mount Hope, Williamstown. 413-597-2425, 62center.williams.edu

 

Sunday Feb. 19

 

10×10 Festival

Barrington Stage Company — 10×10 New Play Festival, 3 p.m. Sixth annual performance of 10 short plays. St. Germain Stage, 36 Linden Street, Pittsfield.  413-236-8888, barringtonstageco.org

Berkshire International Film Festival — 10 short films from the annual film festival, 2:30 p.m., free. Beacon Cinema, 57 North St., Pittsfield. discoverpittsfield.com

 

Conversations

Clark Art Institute — “Planning the Burrows Gallery of American Decorative Arts,” behind-the-scenes look into planning the new gallery, an installation more than six years in the making, 11:30 a.m. 225 South St., Williamstown. 413-458-2303, clarkart.edu

Lenox Library — Lenox at 250, Session I, 4 p.m. Panel on the first half of Lenox’s history (1767-1880) with Charles Flint and Lucy Kennedy (early history), Carole Owens (1750-1800), Bernard Drew (mid-19th century). Part of Distinguished Lecture Series 2016-17. 18 Main St., Lenox. lenoxlib.org

 

Family

Bartholomew’s Cobble — Family Winter Olympics 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nwinter obstacle course. Be prepared to be silly and work together to get to the finish line. Suitable for ages 5 and up. Kids Free. This event happens with or without snow. Wheatogue Road, Sheffield, 413-298-3239, thetrustees.org

Norman Rockwell Museum — Vacation week drop-in art activities and demonstrations inspired by exhibition, The Architects of Saturday Morning: The Art of Hanna-Barbera, 1 to 4 p.m. 9 Route 183, Stockbridge. 413-298-4100, nrm.org

 

Film

Berkshire Museum — Oscar-Nominated Shorts: Animation, Little Cinema, 7 p.m. 39 South St., Pittsfield. 413-443-7171, berkshiremuseum.org

 

Music

Clark Art Institute — Performing artists in residence, 2 p.m. Artistic co-directors Edward Arron and Jeewon Park perform Ludwig van Beethoven’s Complete Sonatas for Cello and Piano. 225 South St., Williamstown. 413-458-2303, clarkart.edu

The Egg — The Bad Plus – bassist Reid Anderson, pianist Ethan Iverson and drummer David King, avant-garde populism, 7:30 p.m. 1 Empire State Plaza, S Mall Arterial, Albany, N.Y. theegg.org

Iron Horse — Popa Chubby, blues, rock and soul guitar, 7 p.m. 20 Center St., Northampton. iheg.com

Parlor Room — Parlor Session No. 3: The East Pointers, 7 p.m. Roof-rattling, trio from the great northern home of string players, Prince Edward Island: guitarist Jake Charron, fiddler Tim Chaisson, and banjoist Koady Chaisson. Hot soup and pie, and an all-comers’ jam. 32 Masonic St., Northampton. 413-923-2800, signaturesoundspresents.com

 

Theater

Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center — Saint Joan Encore, 3 p.m. National Theatre of London presents Saint Joan in HD on the big screen, Bernard Shaw’s classic play follows the life and trial of a young country girl who declares a bloody mission to drive the English from France. 14 Castle St., Great Barrington, 413-528-0100, mahaiwe.org

Williams College — ‘Uncle Vanya,’ Anton Chekhov’s precisely unique and evocative vision of familial longing, strife, desire, and regret. Chekhov himself observed that “any idiot can face a crisis; it is the day-to-day living that wears us out.” 2 p.m. Elm Tree House, Mount Hope, Williamstown. 413-597-2425, 62center.williams.edu

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