-Events & locations subject to change-
|LENOX JOB FAIR||April 26, Wed||Town Hall Auditorium|
|LENOX FARMERS MARKET||Fridays, May 26-Sept 15||80 Church Street (Campfire lot)|
|LENOX WINE FÊTE||June 3, Sat||Pizzeria Boema|
|7th ANNUAL LENOX RHUBARB FESTIVAL||June 3, Sat||18 Main Street|
|SPRING ART WALK||June 10 & 11, Sat & Sun||Main Street sidewalk/Lilac Park/Lots downtown|
|LENOX CAR SHOW||June 17th, Sat||Municipal lot behind Berkshire Bank|
|CONCERTS IN THE PARK||Wednesdays July & August||Lilac Park|
|LENOX LOVES MUSIC!||Sundays June & Sept||Lilac Park|
|FALL ART WALK||September 9 & 10, Sat & Sun||Main Street sidewalk/Lilac Park/Lots downtown|
|JAZZ STROLL||September 15 & 16, Fri & Sat||Gateways, Roche Park, Lilac Park|
|ARTWEEK BERKSHIRES||October 14-22||Galleries, Open Studios, Events|
|APPLE SQUEEZE||September 23, Sat||Main Street|
|LENOX WINTERLAND EVENTS||December 2, Fri||Tree Lighting, Jolly Poker Run, Restaurant
Poker Walk, Light Installation, Student Art Show
|HOLIDAY ARTIST’S MARKET||December 8 & 9||Ventfort Hall|
Upcoming Events from Lenox Chamber Members
MUSIC IN LENOX:
Jazz at Gateways Inn, 6-9 pm:
3/24, Karen Tchougourian
3/25, George Oldziey
Apple Tree Inn, various start times:
3/24, Sam Brown
3/25, Jake Manzi (pictured)
Firefly, 7-10 pm:
3/24, Misty Blues
3/25, Hot Sauce
2023 Tanglewood Season
BSO Tanglewood Announces the 2023 Summer Season, Opening June 22! Tickets go on sale to the public March 9 at 10 am at Tanglewood.org or by calling 888-266-1200. The 85th Tanglewood season offers audiences a wide range of programs that spotlight favorite guest artists, dynamic new performers, conductors & composers. 48 artists will have their Tanglewood debut!
Shakespeare & Company
Book your tickets now! Check out this year’s lineup, which includes Hamlet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and August Wilson’s Fences, plus the world premiere of Lunar Eclipse by Donald Margulies. The season opens May 26 with the New England premiere of Tony Award-winning playwright Ken Ludwig’s Dear Jack, Dear Louise.
Click here to get tickets.
What The Constitution
Means to Me
By Heidi Schreck, directed by Kristen van Ginhoven. A hilarious, hopeful, and achingly human play. Schreck resurrects her teenage self, tracing the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. A Co-Production with Berkshire Theatre Group at BTG’s Unicorn Theatre, Stockbridge, May 18-June 3. Get tickets now.
Ghost Tours at Ventfort Hall
March & April ghost tours with Robert Oakes, author of “Ghosts of the Berkshires,” at the gilded age mansion. Book now.
Song & Dance! A Celebration
of Women in The Berkshires
The Colonial Theatre Friday, 3/24. Featuring Gina Coleman, Olga Dunn Dance Co., Wanda Houston, Mary Ann Palermo and The All-Star Women’s Band, plus several of our region’s extraordinary unsung female heroes in the art, business, social and medical communities. A portion of the proceeds will benefit local non-profits, including The Elizabeth Freeman Center. Get tickets now.
of Romeo & Juliet
3/25. Shakespeare & Company will stage its first sensory-friendly performance on Saturday, March 25 at 2 pm of I’ll be Thine, Valentine: Romeo & Juliet – a special presentation of the timeless love story, directed by Kevin G. Coleman, featuring the cast of the Northeast Regional Tour of Shakespeare. Get tickets. Photo by Katie McKellick of Naire Poole as Juliet.
The Book Ball!
3/25 at 7 pm. The Lenox Library Association invites you to participate in a special evening to support the library and promote literacy! From the comfort of your home, hear 7 wonderful hosts, ranging from Fulbright scholar and Bard college professor Brendan Mathews (author of This Is Not a Love Song) to 10 year old Eliza Cass, voracious reader & Lenox student. Click here to see the full lineup & register for this online event.
Swedish Meatball Supper
United Methodist Church: Eat in or take out! Join them Saturday 3/25 at 4:30 pm. They will serve a dinner of Swedish Meatballs, creamed potatoes, vegetables, dessert and a beverage. $15 for Adults, $7 for children 5-12. Reservations are preferred by walk-ins are welcome. Contact Shirley Perkins for more info: (413) 442-4738 or email@example.com. UMC is located at 6 Holmes Rd, Lenox.
Online Talk with
Author Pam Jenoff
Online Talk with Bestselling Historical Fiction Author Pam Jenoff & the Lenox Library: Tuesday, 3/28 at 7 pm. Take an exciting trip back to 1942 with New York Times bestselling author Jenoff and her newest book, Code Name Sapphire. In it, a woman is desperate to escape occupied Europe, but with no safe way to leave, she must return to the dangerous underground work she thought she had left behind, in a riveting tale of bravery and resistance. Click here to register.
Spanish Wine Dinner
at Alta Restaurant
5 Courses, with wines from Spain: Wed., 3/29 at 6 pm. Taste wines crafted from a beautiful array of grapes & regions from Spain. In partnership with Spirited. Alta also welcomes Monica Ordóñez, Director of Operations for Jorge Ordóñez Selections – Fine Estates. She’s a co-creator of some of the delicious wines featured. Please call 413.637.0003 for reservations. $85 per person.
Metallic Couture Disco
Metallic Couture Disco at The Colonial: Berkshire Art Center Benefit, April 1st. Enjoy cocktails, small plates & creative happenings to support visual artists! Celebrating two creative icons, Vicki Bonnington & Joe Wheaton, important contributors to the cultural landscape of Berkshire County, this evening will be filled with one-of-a-kind sights & sounds, including performances by NYC drag performer Brita Filter. Click here for more info.
2 Slavic Egg Decorating
Workshops at Ventfort Hall
April 1st, 10:00-Noon, & 1:00-3:00 pm. Tjasa Sprague will teach a traditional technique that uses wax resists and aniline dyes. Each workshop fee, including materials, is $35. Reservations are required & seats are limited. For ages 12+. Meet at the Gatehouse, 55 Kemble St., Lenox. Masks are required. Click here to reserve your spot or call (413) 637-3206. Note: tickets are non-refundable.
Behind The Curtain
at Shakespeare & Company
“Why Henry VI, Why Part 2?,” Behind the Curtain, April 1st. 10:30 am in the Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre, Shakespeare & Company. In this early play, Shakespeare explores themes that will pervade his entire body of work: What are the responsibilities of those in power? How do tensions among rival family members resolve — or remain unresolved? How do women protect themselves and their heirs in a world ruled by men? Learn more and register.
Easter Egg Scramble
in Lilac Park
Saturday April 8 at 11:00 am. Event starts *promptly* at 11 am-please arrive a few minutes early to line up in Lilac Park, Main Street, Lenox. Meet the Easter Bunny for a photo opp & don’t forget to bring a basket! If it is raining/snowing, the Easter Egg Scramble will be held in the Lenox Community Center. Please check the LCC Facebook page for updates.
Easter Sunday Brunch
at Gateways Inn
April 9, 11 am-2 pm. Click here to see the menu! Reserve your table now for this special day. Hear live music and have a gourmet meal. Call 413.637.2532. Space is limited. Gateways Inn is located at 51 Walker Street, Lenox.
An Evening with Joanna,
The Psychic Medium
An Evening at Brook Farm Inn with Joanna, The Psychic Medium: 4/15. Cocktails & live music, 6-7:30 pm. Event with Joanna, 7:30-9 pm. Tickets, $75/ $55 each for groups of 4 or more. To reserve your spot, call Maureen at 413.822.5762. Brook Farm Inn is located a few minutes from beautiful downtown Lenox at 15 Hawthorne Street.
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