"Call me Ishmael" and sign up to read at the site where it was written or virtually on Zoom.
Noontime concert performed by internationally acclaimed musicians Jeffrey Solow, cello, and Doris Stevenson, piano.
Only six performances by Alex Edelman about his unique, yet relevant life experiences.
A discussion between cultural critic Donette Francis engages artist Tomm El-Saieh.
Americana singer-songwriter David Bromberg brings his quintet for a night of rockin' masterful blues music.
Take part in a premiere of the dance collectives new performance!
The Scottish electro-pop trio Chvrches combines indie roots with a love of chart-friendly pop.
Celebrate the opening of an art exhibition around Melville's work.
Part of FIRST Fridays, join in a happening opening reception!
Galleries and businesses stay open late with activities, sales, and special events and entertainment.
Playing Rock & Roll, Blues & Soul in the courtyard of Bennington Museum.
Jenny Slate's adorable shell is back!
Through dance, the ADT explores Rodin, war, and the diaspora.
Join in a moderate 6 mile hike with great views!
Join in the opening reception of a new art exhibit.
Guided visits and art making for young children and their caregivers.
Two-time Tony Award winner James Naughton share stories and songs.
Join Rachael Plaine for an early evening All Levels outdoor yoga class on top of Mount Greylock.
Enjoy violinist, composer and improvisor Todd Reynolds' “Ambient Expressionist Music for Meditation.”
Join artist Jim Jasper for a tour of his drawings in response to Melville's Moby Dick.
Enjoy an outdoor screening of this masterful classic film.
Take part in the 25th annual downtown celebration with art, music, food, games, and more!
Learn basic plant identification of edible and medicinal plants.
Spend a special evening at the Lunder Center and the forests and pasture of Stone Hill.
Outdoor concert of jazz and funk plus new takes on The Doors, Bruno Mars, and The Beatles.
... a quiet delight, a perfect summer interlude...
A boutique touring festival with a rotating line-up of exciting songwriters.
Free noontime chamber music concert: Faure’s Piano Trio and Piano Quartet No. 2
The ensemble of Grammy-winning vocal titans creates new work and a knock-out performance.
Join in for delicious BBQ at our favorite local brewery!
Historian William Hosley discusses the history and impact of New England’s “marble corridor.”
Grace's solo gigs are virtuosic, riveting, and frequently hilarious.
Join in an outdoor dance performance responding to the 2016 mass shooting at Pulse nightclub.
Katia and Maurice Krafft loved two things — each other and volcanoes...
Bringing you an eclectic acoustic mix that gets you toe tapping and singing along.
Fragale's unique sound provides the perfect soundtrack for a summer night.
Matt Gabriel and his animal friends join us for a live animal presentation.