Wilco takes over Mass MoCA with this festivalcurated by Wilco and showcasing bandmembers new work, emerging bands, art and comedy.
FreshGrass is rich in both traditional and cutting-edge bluegrass, presented in a wide array of venues tucked appropriately into a 19th-century factory turned 21st-century museum.
Come celebrate the Berkshires at the 21st Annual Country Fair Hancock Shaker Village. Food, music, fun for all!
A weeklong celebration of fall in North Adams ends in the annual Fall Foliage Parade through downtown with live bands and a daylong downtown celebration.
Join garlic-lovers from throughout New England as they come to sample food and crafts from more than 200 different vendors and all things garlic, from pop corn to wood-fired pizza to ice cream, with live music.
Thursday, 5 – 8pm As summer moves to fall, join us for the last DSA of 2018. Events will include a musical performance by Pinedrop, Gallery and open studio receptions on the campus of MASS MoCA with Ferrin Contemporary, Cynthia-Reeves, the Artist Book Foundation, Studios at MASS MoCA and ROAM. The opening celebration for SPECTRUM […]
HUGE selection of gently used clothing, shoes, accessories, and jewelry for men and women at bargain prices.
Explore the natural beauty of the Clark’s campus with a run/walk up Stone Hill and on the trails through meadows and woodlands.
Holiday sounds and spirit will fill Spring Street in Williamstown on Saturday, December 1 for the 35th Annual Williamstown Holiday Walk! Holiday festivities with traditional New England flair: old-fashioned caroling, horse-drawn carriage rides, a Reindog Parade, a Penny Social, Santa Claus, and much more. Kick-off with the ever popular Reindog Parade will begin at 3:00 […]
Our Mission: Believe Anything is possible. Be Moved to new heights. Become Better at what you do.
Full service salon and day spa.
Acupuncture, orthopedic massage, and therapies for your health.
Matt Neely is “Yoga Matt,” bringing Strala Yoga to the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts.
A full-service spa along the Green river. Massage therapy, facials, skin care, full service hair salon, private outdoor hot tub, and a relaxed atmosphere.
Intregrative body work including deep tissue, myofascial release, prenatal, and sports massage.
Massage therapy including pregnancy massage, deep tissue and sports massage, and Thai massage.
Mindful yoga for every body and soul with Mary Edgerton. Classes of all levels at Williams College and other locations in the community.
Mission is to to inspire a healthy relationship with food through counseling, nutrition and culinary demonstrations.
A hair salon and studio for men and women right downtown.
A hair, skin, and nail lounge in a Victorian building.
A Williamstown landmark since 1908 and “Only 3 hours from Fenway Park.”
Studio b offers private, semi-private and group barre, TRX and pilates mat and equipment-based classes.
Embody Yourself with Finely Tuned Alignment and Heartfelt Expression: Yoga Classes, Private Classes, Workshops, Teacher Training in Williamstown.
An integrative wellness center that offers massage and other body work modalities that support health and vitality.
A full-service salon with massage and energy bodywork.
A nonprofit educational organization dedicated to empowering people and communities to realize their full potential through the transformative wisdom and practice of yoga.
All-inclusive health resort and luxury spa.
Two sculptured lion sentries guard the entrance to more than 100 acres. Walk or run on the flat 2.2 mile perimeter trail or take a morning walk with your dog on the interior mowed paths through the fields.
At the enter of town, at the top of Route 43, a stone bridge crosses the Green River to a shady with picnic tables and a swimming hole that can reach several feet at its deepest.
Flat walking trails wander through the woods and fields along the Green and Hoosic rivers. The Woods Loop travels through a floodplain forest along the rivers and past their confluence, and the field loop skirts ploughed land along the river bank.
A manmade pond that’s fed by the Hemlock Brook has sandy beach and shallow areas for the little ones. Open from dawn til dusk.
Close to town, Windsor Lake invites picnics and swimming on a sandy beach with views of the mountains. Bring a lawn chair, picnic supper and bathing suit.
Walking trails cross the hills, woods and pastures behind the museum with picnic tables and benches along the way to enjoy the views of the mountains. Open year-round.
At the historic art deco house and folley, picnic tables overlook the pond just off the lot next to the Folly. The gardens are open to visitors, and trails wander through fields where bobolinks nest and along the river.
Where the Roaring Brook meets the Green River, tables and small grills give picnic spots just off Route 43. Follow the road through the park and uphill to find Hopper Road and trail heads for Mount Greylock.
A network of meadows, swamps and woodlands covers more than 1,000 acres on the slopes of Mount Greylock, with picnic tables by the pond, an accessible trail and a mountain biking trail and trails for walking, hiking, romping with dogs and horseback riding.
Paved roads lead up the state’s tallest peak to a broad view — picnic in the meadow or climb the lighthouse tower of the World War I memorial to see still farther across the valley, or rest at the 1930s lodge.
The Ashuwillticook Rail Trail runs north to south along Route 8, from Lanesborough and north to the visitor center in Adams — 11 miles of easy paved path with many places to rest along Cheshire Lake and the head waters of the Hoosic River.
In 368 acres of northern hardwood forest, Mauserts Pond has picnic and a pavilion area, and the pond is surrounded by 9.5 miles of foot trails along which visitors may observe a variety of wildlife, and perhaps a moose.
A monthly conversation with Town Manager Jason Hoch and WilliNet’s Debby Dane.
Williamstown, high in the Northwest corner of Massachusetts, is unique in its mix of contemporary and historical art, theater and music, ideas, history, and nature.
Visit the Town’s website for meeting information, road status, voting information, and more.
Serves Williamstown and neighboring communities by supporting efforts in communication, education and coordination of our members, our residents, and our visitors.
View our civic & cultural life through locally produced television programs.
Equestrian Camp for ages 7 and up.
Pack your glove, bat and cleats and spend the morning with Livingstone Speed Academy at the Williamstown Youth Center.
Summer Junior Camps
This program runs clinics for boys ages 7-15 and girls, ages 7-17 by Williams Coach Kevin App.
The Berkshire Museum presents many summer camps, including hands-on experiences in robotics, natural science, theater, forensics, film, animation, and more.
Be a farmer! Half-day session for ages 5 and up and full-day session for pre-teens and teens.
Become a skilled equestrian. Half-day and full-day sessions available.
The camp for children entering grades 1-6 includes swimming, field trips, biking, sports, games, crafts, science, and nature activities.
Children enjoy art, outdoor exploration and camp craft, swimming, singing, read aloud games, riding the zip line, snacks, picnic lunches, and journal writing.
A fully equipped hand building studio where campers make whatever they want.
Learn how to sew using a sewing machine, cut out patterns, upcycle old clothes, mend and alter clothes and more.
Basic introduction to programming through a combination of class- room instruction and hands-on exercises that are designed to be fun and engaging.
All types of dance, music, arts and crafts and more for ages 2-11.
This fun-filled week for 7-13 year olds will feature the popular networked computer game Minecraft®. Lessons, co-op projects, and daily challenges.
A soccer program aimed at young players aged 4-14 years.
Founded in 1989, it is a week-long celebration of choral, orchestra & theater ensembles.
Offers both girls and boys programs for half-day and full-day
Local high school and college football coaches run an instructional program for boys ages 8-18.
Offers 30 camps run by art educators for ages 3 through 14.
Camps are for ages 5 and up and they will be participating in gymnastics, crafts, games and so much more!
Camp includes horses, arts and crafts, hiking, water activities and lots of fun!
MCLA hosts Young Hacks, Science & Robotics, Creative Writing, and Sports Clinics
Theatre, film, song, and dance for ages 3 and up.
Week-long golf camp for youth ages 10-18.
Week-long tennis camp for boys and girls ages 9-18.
Itty Bitty Sports Camps are for children 4-6 years of age. Most sports camps are for children 7-12 years of age.
Small groups, inspiring leadership, carefully crafted summer camp program that captures imagination, stretches abilities, strengthens bonds for 4th-12th graders.
Offers a summer of fun for young children, sports enthusiasts, and children who want a mix of outdoor games and mental challenges.
Explore rock, blues, and jazz with a great faculty. All levels welcome from Beginners to Advanced players.
The Soccer Academy at Williams is a co-ed day soccer camp for boys and girls ages 6-16.
Comprehensive instruction in all phases of the game and the opportunity to showcase their abilities through various drills and game scenarios.
Pack your glove, bat and cleats and spend the morning with us!
Competitive squash training, outdoor recreation, and educational activity for teens ages 10 to 18
Since being founded in 1976, hundreds of young people from the Berkshire County, southern Vermont and eastern New York state area have participated in the programs.
WRLF Summer Programs at Sheep Hill offer children different camps to encourage them to get out and experience the land firsthand.
Williams tennis coaches Alison Swain and Dan Greenberg run clinics for high school aged tennis players.
Each 5 day session will include pinch, coil, slab and hand building, as well as sculpting and wheel throwing.
Each day includes a horseback riding lesson as well as many horse and farm related games and educational activities.
An opportunity to learn and enjoy many aspects of the game of soccer in a competitive environment from a current professional player.
Camps are open to all college and community children. Trips, hands-on activities, outdoor play, swimming, games, nature and open choice times
For children entering 5th or 6th grade. In groups of four, students will experiment with a variety of substances.
A unique combination of onsite, local and regional activities in an eight-week, all-day camp environment.
Nike Field Hockey Camp at Williams College, open to girls, ages 10-18, of all abilities.