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90th Anniversary Concert at Pleasant Valley

90th Anniversary Concert Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Lenox Cantilena Chamber Choir Music in the Barn Nature-inspired music from Renaissance to modern! Listen to birds, frogs, crickets, and more outside and inside! Limited seating. Saturday October 19th & Sunday October 20th at 3:00pm Tickets: cantilenachoir.org 518-791-0185 $25 MA Audubon members, $35 nonmembers  
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Lenox Apple Squeeze

The 40th annual Lenox Massachusetts Apple Squeeze Two days, September 21 & 22, 2019 Entertainment In addition to nearly 150 food, local business and craft vendors, we will again have games and shows for children, wagon rides around town, a 5k race, Children’s Olympics and much more. The 40th annual Lenox Massachusetts Apple Squeeze is…
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Winter Is Coming….To Lenox

Unlike many seasonal New England towns, Lenox does not shut down in winter but thrives. An active regional arts scene anchored by Cultural Pittsfield and Berkshire Creative keeps the social calendar busy. Skiing at regional downhill resorts such as Bousquet, Butternut and Jiminy Peak is always popular and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing when conditions are favorable can be a…
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Fall in the Berkshires

The essential escape for urbanites in New York City, Boston, and Philadelphia, the Berkshires provides world-class foliage viewing alongside notable art and culture. Narrow winding roads connect mountain hamlets set against a forested backdrop of crimson, yellow, and every hue in between, making for the most beautiful gallery-hopping or antiquing trip of your life. Or, spend…
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Lenox retailers offer discount equal to sales tax this weekend

The state may not be holding the annual Tax Free Weekend, but retailers in Lenox have banded together to still offer that great discount to shoppers this weekend. Many Lenox retail stores will be offering a discount equal to the state's sales tax of 6.25 percent on all purchases that are subject to the sales…
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Out of the Ashes – Artist Andrew DeVries Rebuilding After Loss

As many art enthusiasts and Berkshire County residents have heard, celebrated sculptor and artist Andrew DeVries suffered a devastating loss last November - his River Studio, with all of his casting equipment and many original works of art, burned to the ground.  River Studio after November 2016 fire (photo courtesy of Patricia Purdy) Andrew and…
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Step into History at the Summer White House Inn

Stepping into the enclosed porch of the Summer White House Inn, one’s first impression is how the sunlight shines through the wavy original glass of the windows. Cozy wicker furniture is artfully arranged and welcomes you to sit a spell. The patinaed ornate door knob turns; you are shutting the door on the bustling streets…
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Joanie Ciolfi Opens New Gallery in Lenox

“I verbalize with color. That is where my voice comes from, through my artwork. Emotions, sights, sounds… that’s what my artwork means. There has to be an emotional connection.” - Joanie Ciolfi   Joan Palano Ciolfi started her art career at the young age of five. As the youngest of several children, she was constantly…
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Celebrate the 4th of July in the Berkshires

If you think of parades, music, food, and fireworks as integral to a great July 4th celebration, come to the Berkshires! There are events for everyone and all ages. Below is a list of some great events this weekend and if you are looking for a last minute hotel room click here for the latest…
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Five great summer cocktail finds in Lenox

A trio of great drinks at Firefly Gastropub Nothing says summer like relaxing outside with a cocktail in hand. Almost everywhere on this list will let you do just that and even when you are inside these drinks are like a vacation in a glass all on their own. With some many great bars and…
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Contemporary Art Finds a Summer Home in Lenox Village

Babette Bloch’s Surf’s Up features a fish leaping upward from a tall pedestal. Lenox is known for its walkability, and this summer there’s no better way to see the heart of our town than by taking the 2017 Lenox Sculpture Walk. This walking tour of a different, curated set of three-dimensional art has been part…