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Upcoming Events from Lenox Chamber Members

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Register now for the Jolly Poker Run, Dec. 3rd! Part of Lenox Winterland, the run will benefit Berkshire Bounty and is great community event. You can run a 5K or walk 2 Miles on a scenic route through Lenox. Adults and youths 12 and under can participate. The run includes a fun Poker component with great prizes for the best hands! Click here to register.

Trinity Holiday Fair

Parish House, Dec. 3, 10 am-2 pm at 88 Walker St, Lenox. Limited quantities of poinsettias (all colors), decorated boxwood table top trees, rosemary trees, decorated 10″ wreaths, gingerbread men (and a raffle for a giant gingerbread man!), plus cookie & chocolate bark gift boxes and frozen meals from the pastoral chef: shephard’s pie; texas red chili; macaroni & cheese; apple crisp!

A Very Wrba Christmas

Monday, December 12 at LIFT Bistropub. The pub opens at 4 pm, live music from 7-10 pm. *Dinner and Music in the dining room, limited seating – reservation + $40 dinner deposit (applied to bill) required. *Bar area is first come, first served – no reservation required. Please call (413) 232 9398 to reserve your spot!

Home for the Holidays-
A Live Benefit Concert

Home for the Holidays–A Live Benefit Concert 12/14 @ 7 pm, at Church on the Hill, Lenox. A evening of warm holiday music directed & produced by Mark Farrell, with the talented trio of Wanda HoustonBilly Keane & Matt Cusson! This fundraiser for The Berkshire Music School and Music in Common, the parent company of the Black Legacy Project, will be followed by a wine, nosh & dessert reception with music by Christine Bilé!  Meet the band! Get tickets.

The Apple Tree Inn

Live music, theatre performance, and everything else that defies one genre in the Ostrich Room! Wednesday-Saturday. LATIN NIGHTS on Thursdays in the Bellflower Restaurant, with music and a special menu created by Chef Myriam Cordova!

Jolly Poker Restaurant Walk

Saturday, Dec. 3rd, 5:30-7:30 pm. Registration includes drink coupons for participating restaurants and a commemorative drink glass. Collect a playing card at each stop, and enjoy a signature cocktail. The stroll ends at The Olde Heritage Tavern, to see who’s got the winning hand! Lenox Chamber is partnering with Berkshire Mountain Distillers and our local restaurants for this fun event! Click here to register.

Christmas at Trinity

Dec. 4, 3:00-4:30 pm. Cantilena Chamber Choir at Trinity Church, 88 Walker Street, Lenox.

Ring in the Christmas cheer at the iconic Trinity Church at 88 Walker St., Lenox! Cantilena Choir will perform many beloved traditional carols including some by composers John Rutter, Paul Halley, Gabriel Jackson, & Philip Stopford. Additionally, choral music by William Byrd, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Edvard Grieg and Vaughan Williams, and an audience sing-along! For tickets and more information: www.cantilenachoir.org.

Artist’s Holiday Market in Lenox

Saturday, 12/10, 10-5, & Sunday, 12/11 from 11-4. A juried show of handmade and very Gift-able Works of Art! Some of New England’s top artists and craftspeople, working in a variety of media, will exhibit handmade jewelry, fine woven garments, hand crafted wood vessels, sculpture, raku pottery, hand made quilts, paintings, photography & more. Admission is $5.

Come Home for the Holidays

A Colonial Family Concert: 12/18. A very special concert in support of Berkshire Theatre Group’s Education Program with performances by The BTG Youth Chorus & local favorites Gina Coleman, Kathy Jo Grover, Beth Maturevich, Wanda Houston, Billy Keane, Diego Mongue, Ed Moran, Rev Tor, Jack Waldheim with The Shire Mountain Holiday Band featuring Dan Broad, Dave Brown, Benny Kohn and Conor Meehan. Get tickets!

The Mount, Edith Wharton’s Home

Guided & self-guided house tours. Literary events & more. NightWood, an outdoor sound & light experience, with new routes for 2022.
Get tickets now.

Chamber EVENTS 2022

Friday Farmer’s Market: May 27-Sept. 30

Lenox Loves Music!:  Sundays, June & Sept.

Lenox Car Show: June 18

Art Walks: June & September

Lenox Jazz Stroll: Sept. 16 & 17

ArtWeek Berkshires: Sept. 15-25

Lenox Apple Squeeze: Sept. 24

Lenox Student Art Show: Nov. 22 – Dec. 16

Lenox Winterland: Starts Dec. 2

Holiday Fun from Our Sister Chambers

Pittsfield’s Festive Frolic, with Tree Lighting Dec. 2 at 6 pm. / Stockbridge Main Street Christmas, Dec. 2-4. / Lee Tree Lighting, Saturday, Dec. 10, Town park, 6 pm. / Southern Berkshire’s Holiday Shop, Sip & Stroll, Dec. 10, 3-8 pm.

Best Day Ever! Holiday Celebrations
at Norman Rockwell Museum 

On December 3rd, enjoy Family Fun, Storytelling, and Art-Making Activities (at 11 am & 2 pm) inspired by The 365 Days of Eloise: My Book of Holidays. Plus, guided tours of Rockwell’s Holiday Works at noon & 3 pm.

Swingin’ in the Season at Ventfort Hall

Holiday Cabaret & Tea, Sunday, Dec. 18 @ 3:30 pm! The mansion will be beautifully decorated for the holidays. Celebrate the season with singer Sherri James Buxton & pianist Bob Shepherd. The program will feature seasonal songs from Broadway & the Great American Songbook, as well as a sing-along of traditional carols. $45 per person. Reservations are required. Please call 413-637-3206.

Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

Shakespeare & Company returns to the lively world of Jane Austen-inspired theater with a costumed, staged reading of Miss Bennet, written by Lauren Gunderson & Margot Melcon, directed by Ariel Bock. Says Bock, “In addition to the themes of a classic Austen romance, the play is also a very contemporary story of a woman determined to find self-worth outside the confines of her society.” 12/16-18. Book tickets.