Week of Events
Mass Audubon naturalists Zach Adams and Dale Abrams will lead a free bird walk to explore Edith Wharton's Berkshire historic home.
Mass Audubon naturalist Zach Adams will lead a free bird walk through Pleasant Valley's beaver ponds, wetlands, woods and meadows.
Chris Ferrero, gardening speaker, writer and consultant, will lead a workshop on deer defense — how to co-exist with the wiliest of wildlife.
Singer-songwriter Johnny Irion performs songs written by elementary school students from Morningside and Conte Community Schools in a free concert with the Mastheads.
Mass Audubon naturalists Zach Adams and Dale Abrams will lead a bird walk through Canoe Meadows, looking for migrating species like wood-warblers, orioles and thrushes.
Uli Lorimer, Director of the Native Plant Trust, gives a talk on the Northeast Native Plant Primer, his new book - 235 Plants for an Earth-Friendly Garden.
Cantrip, an Old Scots word meaning charm, magic spell or piece of mischief, invokes the unexpected turns and compelling potency of the band's music.
Ancram Opera House presents songs from a Noh-inspired play that intertwines the story astronomer Hisako Koyama (1916-1997) and the Japanese sun goddess Amaterasu.
Internationally acclaimed American jazz singer and songwriter Madeleine Peyroux will perform at the Mahaiwe.
Hildene will hold a workshop on Backyard Chickens 101 with Hildene Farm livestock manager Kimberly Pinsonneault, for people considering raising chickens for meat or eggs.
New Marlborough artist Nanci Worthington will lead a workshop on nature journaling Bartholomew’s Cobble to capture what you see, hear and feel on paper.
Dan Furman, a second generation peony grower at Cricket Hill Garden in Thomaston Conn., will lead a tour through production and nursery areas.
Broadway actor and musician Tony Yazbeck will perform an evening of classic show tunes, new standards and dazzling tap dancing.
World-class jazz musicians Charlie Apicella, Don Braden, Avery Sharpe and Austin Walker come together at the Foundry to bring a night to remember.
Berkshire Lyric, the 80 voice Berkshire Lyric Chorus, will perform the Mozart Requiem accompanied by a full orchestra and a solo vocal quartet.
Berkshire Theatre Group presents a virtual screening of The Assembly, a world premiere musical film by Hershey Felder, telling the true story of Holocaust Survivor Eva Libitzky.
Broadway star Joshua Henry, three time Tony and Grammy-nominated Broadway performer, writer, and musician, will give an encore performance with BSC.