Week of Events
Robin Wall Kimmerer weaves together luminous prose, science, and memorable storytelling that has changed the way her readers view the natural world.
Amherst Professor Lisa Brooks will lead a conversation on her book, The Common Pot: Recovering Native Space in the Northeast, and what she has learned through mapping waterways, trails and place names.
William Apess (1798–1839), a Pequot, Methodist preacher and widely celebrated writer, gives a look into Indigenous survival and resistance in the early years of America.
ArtWeek Berkshires is back, and the five Cultural Districts of Berkshire County are collaborating on a 10-day festival from September 15 through 25, with open studios up and down the county and events from raku firings to live jazz. Novelist Lara Tupper will hold a virtual writing group on September […]
Russ Cohen will lead a walking tour and Wild Edibles Walk looking at plants growing here which the Mohican people know well and use today.
The Berkshire County Historical Society will hold a free community day at Arrowhead with tours, hiking, hands-on activities, family-friendly fun, music and food.
In a series of lively conversations, scholars, artists, and community members will tell the true stories of Black and Indigenous Women who were Civil Rights pioneers.