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-Events & locations subject to change-
Fridays, May 26-Sept 15
80 Church Street
June 3, Saturday
Pizzeria Boema
June 10 & 11, Sat & Sun
Downtown Lenox
Wed. July & August
Lilac Park
Sundays June & Sept
Lilac Park
Sept 9 & 10, Sat & Sun
Downtown Lenox
Sept 15 & 16, Fri & Sat
Gateways Inn, Roche Reading Park, Lilac Park
October 14-22
Galleries, Events, Artists
September 23, Sat
Main Street
Starts December 2
Tree Lighting, Jolly Poker Run, Restaurant Walk
December 8 & 9
Ventfort Hall

Upcoming Events from Lenox Chamber Members

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Lenox Farmer’s Market

Lenox Farmer’s Market, 11-3 at 80 Church St: High Lawn FarmMill Brook Sugar HouseGray Raven FarmCAVU Farm, Mary’s Kitchen, Baked! PastriesLa Chalupa Y La Enchilada (food truck), Robert Grosz, Dawn Horable, & Boyz with Apple Artists, Funky Sharky, Rich Art Creations, Moon Shotpots, Chabad. Our Season is sponsored by The Pass. Music from Daring Coyotes is sponsored by Lee Bank.


Jazz at Gateways Inn, 6-9 pm:
7/6, Karen Tchougourian (pictured)
7/8, Bobby MacVeety

Apple Tree Inn
7/5, Katherine Winston (7-9)
7/6, 7/7 & 7/8, Clare Maloney
& The Great Adventure

Happy 10th, Catwalk!

Happy 10th Anniversary to The Berkshire Humane Society! BHS’ Catwalk Boutiques are celebrating 10 years in business, providing the ultimate guilt-free shopping experience! The resale shops are known for their gently-used, stylish and affordable fashion for women. Executive Director John Perreault invites “all fashionistas, bargain hunters and animal lovers to join us in celebrating our Catwalk Boutique stores.” Catwalk’s Lenox shop is located at 51 Church Street. For more info & hours, visit

Edvard Munch: Trembling Earth

Edvard Munch: Trembling Earth at The Clark: Though Norwegian artist Edvard Munch has been understood as an isolated & melancholy figure, creator of the iconic painting The Scream, he found emotional stability & commercial success in Germany in his thirties. This exhibit examines how he animated nature to express psychological states & celebrate the abundance of the earth…during a time of rapid industrialization. Get tickets.

Tours at The Mount

The Mount, Edith Wharton’s Home, Now Open for Tours! The tour explores the history of The Mount and Wharton’s life & legacy. Self-guided & guided tours of the house start at 10 am, with the last tour of the day at 4 pm. The Terrace Café is open 11-3, and the Bookstore, 10-5. Advance tickets recommended for tours. Click here to book tickets. The beautiful gardens & grounds are free and open daily to the public from dawn to dusk.

Norman Rockwell’s Studio

Rockwell’s Studio is Open for the Season! A great Mother’s Day idea! Tour the historic studio where Rockwell painted for more than 20 years! Archival materials, photographs offer a step back in time. The building was originally located in the backyard of his home on South Street in Stockbridge. In 1976, he left the studio and its contents to the museum. Tours offered daily (except Wednesdays). Online reservations recommended, for 20-minute tours.

Support Group for Families
with Children with Special Needs

Walk & Talk Support Group for Families with Children with Special Needs. Ongoing, Fridays at noon in Great Barrington. Come find your community in this weekly support group! Stroll and discuss the joys and challenges of raising a child with special needs. The walk ends at the CHP Family Services building, for lunchtime in the shaded play area. Please pack a lunch. Adults & children welcome. RSVP with Rania at

CHP Mobile Health Clinics

CHP, Berkshires brings health care to you! CHP mobile health clinics offer wellness visits, chronic disease management, sick visits, nutrition referrals, and vaccines/boosters, Monday through Friday at various locations in the Berkshires. Walk-ins welcome, appointments preferred. 413.528.0457. Click here to see the full schedule.

Berkshire Humane Wellness Clinics

Berkshire Humane Society’s Wellness Clinics: Offering accessible and affordable preventative health care for your cat or dog. Services include health exams, rabies and distemper vaccines, parasite testing and treatment and more. No surgical or emergency services. By appointment only; book today at 413-203-4330. The clinic Is at the former Allen Heights Veterinary Hospital, 289 Dalton Avenue in Pittsfield.

Popular Artists at Tanglewood

Train, with very special guest Parmalee, performs 8/24. Since their formation in 1994, multi-Grammy Award-winning, diamond-selling band Train has had 14 songs on Billboard’s Hot 100, 12 albums on the Billboard 200 albums chart and has sold more than 10 million albums, with hits like, “Meet Virginia” and “Drops of Jupiter.” Thursday, 8/24 at 7 pm. Get tickets at or by calling 888-266-1200.

Lenox Tree Crawl

Trees on Walker and Main Streets in Lenox have been identified and permanently tagged with QR codes so that the public can learn about each of the trees. This project was spearheaded by Patty Spector, a founding member of the Lenox Land Trust, in cooperation with Chris Ketchen, Lenox Town Manager. You can also view the tour on the Explore Lenox phone app!

BMD Summer Food Series

Berkshire Mountain Distillers’ BMD Summer Food Series: 356 South Main St., Sheffield. Saturdays, Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, with a rolling roster of vendors including BB’s Hot Spot, Roberto’s Pizza, Jimmy’s Hot Dogs and Fat Frog’s Outdoor Eatery. Food is available Saturdays in Summer from 1 – 5 pm, rain or shine. BMD’s signature Cultural Cocktails are available for purchase at their outdoor bar. See full schedule.

Million Dollar Quartet

Million Dollar Quartet at The Colonial, Pittsfield. This Three-time Tony Award–nominated musical brings you into a 1956 recording studio with icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis & Carl Perkins! Million Dollar Quartet follows the four legends as they come together for one monumental night. Hear classics “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Fever,” “Walk the Line,” “Who Do You Love?,” “Great Balls of Fire,” & more! 1st Preview 6/27. Get tickets.

Donut Pop-Up!

Enjoy fresh Shire Donuts @ Dare every Saturday morning in July & August! 10am til’ sold out. Pre-order recommended! Call the shop @ 413-551-9394 or order online @ www.darebottleshop.comDare is located at 11 Housatonic St. in Lenox. They have an extensive collection of wines, craft beers and “unique foods & gifts for the culinarily curious.” If you don’t know Shire Donuts, click here to see their creations!

Tanglewood Highlights

Tanglewood Highlights: Shed Concert: 7/10, 8 pm: Andris Nelsons conducts the first Music Center Orchestra season opener featuring music by Ravel, Stravinsky, & Debussy. On 7/14, vocalist/pianist Michael Feinstein & pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet join conductor Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops for Two Pianos: Who Could Ask for Anything More?, celebrating the music of Gershwin. Click here for the full schedule & tickets.

Paranormal Investigations

Paranormal Investigation with David Raby at Ventfort Hall: July 8 at 7 pm. David Raby returns for another paranormal investigation of the historic and haunted Ventfort Hall. A non-fiction author and paranormal investigator, Raby has always been intrigued by history. Undaunted, he enters haunted locations that would terrify others, with hopes of contacting lingering spirits to discover why they remain! Click here to learn more and get tickets.

Tea & Talk: Mary Todd Lincoln

Tea & Talk at Ventfort Hall: “Mary Todd Lincoln as Hostess & Housewife.” 7/11 at 4 pm. Louise Levy, Chesterwood tour guide & expert on Abraham Lincoln history will discuss First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln’s life & accomplishments. Levy will discuss Robert Todd Lincoln, who had Mary briefly committed to a sanatorium, and how a female attorney & activist helped her regain her freedom. A Tea will follow. Call 413.637.3206 for tickets.

Lenox Concerts in the Park

2023 Season Schedule (Lilac Park, Wednesdays, 6:30 pm)
For cancellations, please check this page:
July 5 Switchback
July 12 The Berkshire Jazz Quartet
July 19 Happy Together
July 26 Wanda Houston and the HBH Band
August 2 The JoAnne Redding Collective
August 9 Lucky Bucket
August 16 The Eagles Band
August 23 Skyfull of Dippers
August 30 The BTUs

MacGillis at Hoadley Gallery

Lucy MacGillis Paintings at Hoadley Gallery: 6/30-7/17. Hoadley kicks off the summer season with a show of new paintings by Italian artist & Pittsfield native, Lucy MacGillis! For over 20 years, art lovers, friends & collectors have had the pleasure of seeing her newest works at the gallery. There will be a reception for Lucy on Sat., 7/1, from 4-6 pm. They hope you can join them! Hoadley is located at 21 Church St., Lenox. Pictured: MacGillis’ Procida Interna, oil on linen, 16×16″.

Art Happy Hours at

Art Happy Hours at Frelinghuysen Morris House & Studio. Sundays, 11-1. No rules, no judgement, materials supplied! On Fridays, enjoy Painting Demonstrations at 11 am (free with admission) from professional artists. (Diane Firtell, 7/7). Learn more. FMH&S is the former home of a glamorous, artistic couple who pioneered abstract art in the 30s & 40s. Art & architecture meet in this international-style house & master Cubist works.

Nejaime’s Wine Tastings at Chesterwood

Please note, the 7/13 event is currently sold out. On August 17: “Spain, Beyon”La Joie du Vin: A French Wine Tasting with with Vincent Mareel of Luneau USA.” If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please call the Lenox Wine Cellar at 413-637-2221. To see the full series of tastings, and reserve your spot for future events,
click here.

LeSage Paintings at Hoadley Gallery

Celebrate the new season with a show of gorgeous new paintings by Connecticut artist Karen LeSage. “…I aim to express the states of stillness, expansion, and awe that I experience in my encounters with the natural world…I invite the viewer to have an encounter with their own interior, and the ways it relates to the grander world of the seen and unseen.” – Karen LeSage. Visit them at 21 Church Street, Lenox.

Naumkeag at Night

Summer Concert Series: For the perfect end to a Berkshire summer day, join them for live music & stunning views! BYO food or purchase light refreshments at their café! 7/6, catch The Lucky 5, Jazz. The series includes folk, jazz, Afropop, blues, and more. Click here to see the full schedule. Naumkeag House & Gardens are located at 5 Prospect Hill Road, Stockbridge.

The Contention (Henry VI, part II)
at Shakespeare & Company

Considered to be the inspiration for Game of ThronesHenry VI, Part II is regarded as the strongest of the Henry VI trilogy; the story of the power struggle between two ancient families of Lancaster and York, and explores timeless themes like strategic marriages, political treachery, religious unrest, with a measure of comic sport! 6/17 – 7/15. Click here for tickets.

Sunday Teas at Wheatleigh

Sunday Tea at Wheatleigh! 11 am – 2 pm every Sunday, served in the Portico or on the terrace at the beautiful Italianate villa-inspired luxury hotel. Guests can select their own tea cups from 30 different choices. $85 pp + tax & service. Be sure to ask about their Summer BBQ Series, for cocktails & dinner. Available dates remaining are Aug 9, 16, 23 & 30. $135 pp, all inclusive. Wheatleigh is located at 11 Hawthorne Road, Lenox. 1.844.704.8337.

Sarg Exhibit at Norman Rockwell

“Tony Sarg: Genius at Play” at the Norman Rockwell Museum: June 10-Nov. 5: The 1st comprehensive exhibit exploring the life, art, and adventures of Tony Sarg, the charismatic illustrator, animator, puppeteer, designer, entrepreneur, and showman; the father of modern puppetry in North America. He was instrumental in his design of the inaugural Thanksgiving Day parade balloon for Macy’s Department Store in 1927. Learn more.

BMD’s Berkshire Busk! Roadside

Berkshire Mountain Distillers Presents Berkshire Busk! Roadside: in Sheffield. Saturdays, July 1 through Sept. 2 on the satellite stage adjacent to its outdoor covered pavilion at the distillery, 356 South Main St., rain or shine! BMD’s Cultural Cocktails will be available for purchase at the outdoor bar. Music is free, 2-4 pm. See the full schedule here. The tasting room is open Daily 11-5 pm, Fri + Sat until 6 pm (through Labor Day).

Dear Jack, Dear Louise

Ken Ludwig’s Dear Jack, Dear Louise at Shakespeare & Company. Directed by Ariel Bock, with David Gow and Zoya Martin. May 26 – July 30 in The Roman Garden Theatre. Tony Award-winning playwright Ken Ludwig’s play is the story of two strangers introduced through letters, kept apart by war, and drawn together through shared stories of their lives, hopes, and fears. Book your tickets now. Shakes & Co. is located at 70 Kemble Street, Lenox.

Paranormal Investigation
at Ventfort Hall

Paranormal Investigation with David Raby at Ventfort Hall: July 8 at 7 pm. David Raby returns for another paranormal investigation of the historic and haunted Ventfort Hall. A non-fiction author and paranormal investigator, Raby has always been intrigued by history. Undaunted, he enters haunted locations that would terrify others, with hopes of contacting lingering spirits to discover why they remain! Click here to learn more and get tickets.

Mount Summer Lectures

The Mount’s Summer Lecture Series starts 7/10 with The Life & Poetry of Amy Clampitt, by Willard Spiegelman @ 4 pm. Clampitt published her first book of poems at age 36 and rose to meteoric fame. She lived a whirlwind eleven years until she died in 1994. Research reveals a woman of dazzling intellect, progressive politics, and an inexhaustible sense of wonder for the world and the words to describe it. Get tickets.

Tea & Talk at Ventfort Hall:
Mary Todd Lincoln

Tea & Talk at Ventfort Hall: “Mary Todd Lincoln as Hostess & Housewife.” 7/11 at 4 pm. Louise Levy, Chesterwood tour guide & expert on Abraham Lincoln history discusses First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln’s life & accomplishments. Robert Todd Lincoln had Mary briefly committed to a sanatorium; a female attorney & activist helped her regain her freedom. A sumptuous (sweet & savory) Tea follows! Reserve tickets: 413.637.3206.

On the Lawn Free at Canyon Ranch

On The Lawn at Canyon Ranch-Free for Berkshire Residents: Tues. 7/11 at 5 pm: Evening Tai Chi with Jeanne Schnackenberg. Tai Chi is a meditation in the form of gentle movement that creates harmony between mind & body. (Note: THIS EVENT WILL NOT BE 7/18 AS ORIGINALLY PLANNED) No sign up required. Adults 18+. Please bring a mat. Questions? Please contact Audrey: 413.728.4483 /

Oyster Party at Dare

Oyster Party @ Dare! Friday, July 14, celebrate Bastille Day with Dare! The Oyster Party will be at Dare from 12-6, serving up grab & go freshly shucked oysters AND lobster rolls! Enjoy a complimentary wine tasting all afternoon. Dare Bottleshop is located at 11 Housatonic Street in Lenox. They have an extensive collection of wines, craft beers and “unique foods & gifts for the culinarily curious.”

Art of Adventure at Rockwell

Art of Adventure Festival at Norman Rockwell Museum: Saturday, July 15, 1-4 pm. An afternoon full of indoor & outdoor adventures inspired by the creative work of Tony Sarg: illustrator, puppeteer, author, designer, entrepreneur & practical joker. Map-making, arts & crafts, games, food, and drink all combine in one unforgettable story-filled day!! Activities are free with Museum admission; kids 18 and under and members always visit for free.

LuluFest Lenox Jazz Festival

July 14-15. “Where the traditions meet the progressives, and all the leaders are women.” Featuring brilliant women-led bands: The Suzi Stern QuintetMary Ann McSweeney’s Urban Fado ProjectThe Peggy Stern Quartet, and The Sara Caswell Quintet. LuluFest features women in leadership roles presenting their concepts of jazz. Performances at Gateways Inn & Shakespeare & Company. Visit

Lenox Summer Art Fest

The Lenox Summer Art Festival comes alive in Lilac Park July 15 & 16 with the juried artworks from over 65 invited artists. Regional and national Artists will be displaying a variety of media including painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography as well as wearable arts such as jewelry and fiber. Enjoy live music and food trucks both days. Children’s hands-on art activities will be offered. SAT 10 -5 / SUN 11-4 (rain or shine). All works are available for collecting and gifting in a range of affordable price points. Lilac Park is located at 42 Main Street, Lenox, Mass. Parking is nearby and admission is free. For more information visit:

BUTI Concerts

Boston University Tanglewood Institute Highlights:
All concerts are free. Click to see full calendar

Young Artists Orchestra – Ozawa Hall
Sat 7/15: 1:30 pm
Sat 7/29: 1:30 pm
Sat 8/12: 1:30 pm

Young Artists Wind Ensemble – Ozawa Hall
Sun 7/16: 1:30 pm
Sun 7/30: 1:30 pm

Young Artists Chorus – Ozawa Hall
Sat 8/5: 1:30 pm

WAM’s Fresh Takes

WAM’s Fresh Takes Play Readings: Three new works by women explore complex & intersectional American identities, and will evoke exciting post-performance conversation! Readings are at The Mount in Lenox, 2 pm. On 7/16, hear hollow roots by Christina Anderson, directed by Trenda Loftin. Brittney Harris, Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist & composer, has joined the cast as the cellist in hollow rootsGet tickets. Caregiver Stipend Info.

A Very Large Poem

A Very Large Poem with WordXWord at The Mount: 7/16. Free. WordXWord returns with a suite of Very Large Poems. The poems are created & curated by dozens of poets in collaboration. Performed outdoors, the audience moves (walks!) through the poems. Please contact The Mount at 413.551.5100 to discuss accessibility needs. 5-7 pm. Registration is required at one of these times: 5, 5:30, 6, 6:30 pm. Meet in the Forecourt, Main House.

Understanding Alzheimers & Dementia

Understanding Alzheimer’s & Dementia: 7/20, 9-10 am. Presented by Meghan Lemay, Western MA Regional Manager of the Alzheimer’s Association. Learn the differences between Alzheimer’s & other dementias, as well as the warning signs, risk factors & current treatments. Get local resources & leave feeling empowered. 235 Walker Street, Lenox, MA. During the event your loved one can enjoy a supervised art activity. RSVP by 7/14: 413.634.4408/

Summer Book/Bake Sale

Summer Book & Bake Sale: Sponsored by United Methodist Church: July 29, from 10 am – 2 pm at 489 Pittsfield Road, Lenox. Cakes, whoopie pies, cookies, brownies, breads, muffins & more! (Plus books!)
Visit the UMC website here.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Shakespeare & Company: 8/1-9/12. Athenians mix it up with the forest fairies in this raucous romp that features magical meddling, romantic tangles, and a play within a play for good measure. One of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream has been described by scholars as carnivalesque: pushing the plot forward through humor and chaos. Directed by Allyn Burrows. Get tickets.

Blooms & Books Garden Show

“Blooms & Books in the Berkshires” Garden & Flower Show: 8/12 on The Curtis porch, 6 Main St., Lenox. All ages & experience levels encouraged to apply! Please submit your application by 8/5. Mail applications to Lenox Historical Society, PO Box 1856, Lenox, MA 01240, or email Questions? Call Dianne at 413.822.1447. Click here for an application. Co-sponsored by Lenox Historical Society & Academy Garden Club of Lenox.

Hado-Mark Gallery

They are excited to be exhibiting new sculptors, woven fiber artists, and jewelry designers from Illinois, California, Florida, New Mexico, Maine, Connecticut, & New Jersey, as well as favorites from past seasons. The gallery hours for June are 10:00 am-8:00 pm, Thursday-Sunday. Be sure to visit their new sculpture garden in the back! Hado-Mark Gallery is located at 62 Church St., Lenox. Click here to view their online shop.
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Enjoy Some Memories-
2022 Lenox Jazz Crawl

Film by Justin Allen.

Enjoy Some Memories-
2022 Lenox Jazz Stroll

Film by Justin Allen.