Week of Events
Yoalli Rodriguez Aguilera, Assistant Professor of Latin American and Latinx Studies and Anthropology at Lake Forest College, will discuss her work.
Williams College will hold an Choral Evensong Service with music, with organist and Choral Director Tim Pyper and the Rev. Valerie Bailey Fischer, Chaplain to the College.
The Lenox Farmer’s Market returns for its last outdoor market of the season with live music, organic produce, sweets, breads and more.
Rich Holschuh, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, Elnu Abenaki Indigenous Community (Southern Vermont), will speak at Log Lunch on Ways of Being: Does Place Matter?
Naumkeag offers early entry to the Pumpkin Show for those who have very little ones, need to make it home early or have a family member with mobility or sensory needs.
Naumkeag transforms into a celebration of autumn with more than 1,500 jack-o-lanterns, hundreds of mums, bright gourds and more.
Visiting Artist Makuyeika Colectivo Teatral will give a performance at the '62 Center woven from ancestral myths and traditional music.
North Adams will hold the 66th Annual Fall Foliage Parade, a festive, inclusive and vibrant downtown parade celebrating all things autumnal in the Berkshires.
The Clark Art Institute offers free admission and family activities celebrating Tauba Auerbach and Yuji Agematsu: Meander.