January 26 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Stationery Factory hosts a monthly series showcasing high school students in Berkshire County, hosted by Mark Franklin, who retired from Wahconah Regional High School and while there started the annual Calliope Cafe in the school cafeteria.
He has brought the series to The Stationery Factory Crane Room, where it is being offered monthly and opened it up to all high school students in Berkshire County.
Students can perform music, dance, poetry, etc on a stage for friends, family and the community. This event is free, donations are welcome and the factory offers a concession stand with snacks and non-alcoholic drinks.
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