August 2016

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In This Issue

A Poem Is a Poem...

Poets reveal the Berkshire canon

Easy Listenin'

Outdoor entertainment on a small budget

Raven’s Ball at Berkshire Museum

The Berkshire Museum’s annual gala

A Beekeeper’s Sojourn

Keeping bees—good for body and soul

On Track

Master museum builder has big plans for North Adams

Middle Earth

A family home built around favorite natural resources

Save Stockbridge Bowl

Annual Stockbridge Bowl Association meeting on Saturday, August 6, 2016

Steed and Agility

A therapeutic stable - 22nd Annual Fun Day on Aug 27, 2016

Why the name Mount Everett?

Art: The Sleeper Awakens Mindful

Berkshire resident Peggy Rivers utilizes her artistic ability to express her life pre and post an accident.

Go Jump in a Lake

Swimming holes for everyone

Berkshire Farmers Markets

Featuring not only locally grown produce, but plenty to keep you engaged: live music, face painting, cooking demos, workshops, kids’ activities, and more.

Great Minds Drink Alike

Bright Ideas Brewing Company serving unique beer and specialty food.

GlobalLee Speaking

Lee is a food town filled with a surprising variety of eats.

Car Drives U

The latest in auto technology including self driving cars

Ten Minutes With Olivier Meslay

The Clark’s new director, noted curator, scholar

A Room or House of One’s Own

Hundreds of places to stay in the Berkshires––including the online business of home rentals.

In Country

Fresh Air Fund city kids take to the Berkshires

Standing Her Ground

Lila Wilde Berle has farming in her genes––plus the farm's "restaurant without walls."

How did NJ62864 end up in the Monterey woods?

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