A deceptively simple drama about the artist's life.
Join the Williamstown Memorial Day Parade at 11am.
Support Ukraine by seeing this special benefit screening of The Guide.
Learn skills to bird by sight and sound at Edith Wharton's estate.
Singer-songwriter Keith Zarriello performs as THE SHIVERS.
Alice Sedgwick Wohl discusses her new memoir of her relationship with her sister Edie Sedgwick.
Kickoff Pride Month and the Mayor's Fitness Challenge with fun events.
The MCLA Teaching Artist in Residence, WANG Chen, debuts a solo exhibition.
Classic rock and bluegrass in the courtyard.
A pageant to kick off Pride Month in the Berkshires!
Senior Class Day Recital
with outstanding musicians from the Class of 2023.
Learn how to get started as an angler on the Hoosic River.
Enjoy dinner and jazz music on top of Mount Greylock.
A one-woman viola and comedy variety show.
Shop local food, products, and crafts while enjoying music and food.
A synergistic and rotating array of local artisan vendors.
Enjoy a dance performance including Hip-Hop, Modern, Ballet, Bellydancing, and Step.
A talk in conjunction with the exhibit of work by Paul Goesch.
Herman Melville Memorial Room is located inside The Berkshire Athenaeum, Pittsfield’s public library.
Herman Melville was a boy of 14 when he first visited Pittsfield. In 1850 Melville purchased a property adjoining the Robert Melville farmhouse, calling it Arrowhead. Here, together with his burgeoning family, he would spend thirteen of the most productive years of his life.
The Berkshire Athenaeum is the national center for Melville studies. Established in 1953, it has grown into the world’s largest collection of Melville personal memorabilia and a rich source of research material.