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Events for September 28 - September 28

September 2019

Williamstown Farmers Market

Duck egg tacos with hot sausage and greens? Baklava and fresh moussaka? The Williamstown Farmers Market is growing. Farmers, food producers, artists and artisans will gather in the expanded parking lot at the end of Spring Street from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday into October.

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Tour de Pownal Bike Ride

Welcome a new season and get to know the river with a free recreational bike tour. The Hoosic River Watershed Association will lead the Tour de Pownal Bike Ride, setting off from the Mack Molding parking area at the intersection of Route 346 and Lincoln Street in Pownal, Vt.

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Fall foliage historic train rides

All aboard the Hoosac Valley Line — The Berkshire Scenic Railway offers historic train rides along the foot of Mount Greylock between downtown Adams and North Adams, connecting with the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail in Adams, in a living history exhibit that explores the rich railroad history of the Berkshires.

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Clark art talk: Highlights of the collection

Take a guided walk through the galleries with a member of the Clark’s team for a close look at highlights from the permanent collection, from Winslow Homer and John Singer Sargent to Degas' Little Dancer, Impressionists and more. Learn about the history of the museum and its works.

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Clark Art talk: Darby English

Darby English, the exhibition scholar for the American Pavilion at the 2019 Venice Biennale, presents Some Things You Can Do with a Dome. He will discuss Swallowed Sun, the featured sculpture in Liberty / Libertà, the exhibition by contemporary artist Martin Puryear, the 2019 U.S. Representative to this year's Biennale.

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What the Jews Believe

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town, in What the Jews Believe, Berkshire Theatre Group's fall play in the Unicorn Theatre, a story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

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Row by Row

Walk the fields at Hancock Shaker Village with the museum farmer and discover the regenerative farming methods the Village is using. (And if you want, you can help). Have gardening questions? Just ask.

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