Youth Musicians from all over Berkshire County will perform songs written by youth from around the world who have participated in Music in Common JAMMS programs. Music in Common is a nonprofit organization that empowers youth against hate through collaborative songwriting, multimedia, and performance.
Registration is day of at the Pavillion. Prizes awarded in Adult and Junior divisions. Sponsored by the Onota Fishing Club.
Enjoy a day of fun outdoor activities for the whole family, including snowperson making, tree tapping, snowshoeing, a bonfire, live music, and more.
Ted Lightburn, Science Department Chair, Hands-to-Work Director – Students from The Darrow School will demonstrate air pressure concepts through a hands-on demonstration where children will make a Cartesian Diver that they can take home with them. These Darrow Juniors in high school have recently completed a unit on gas pressure. They will be able to explain how pressure and volume are related in an experiment that they can re-create almost anywhere with easily found materials. Suitable for all ages.
All Ages. Meet seven live animals from the Records and Burpee Zoo and learn about their adaptations, how they survive in the wild, and the consequences of keeping wild animals as pets.
In the spirit of She Shapes History, WordXWord has challenged poets give voice to the often overlooked, unvoiced, ways that women have and continue to move the world forward.
The Pittsfield Cooperative Bank, The City of Pittsfield Recreation Program and the Boys & Girls Club of the Berkshires invite the first 100 people through the door during the Public Skate at the Pittsfield Boys & Girls Club to free admission for skating as well as free skate rental if needed (limited size availability).
BIFF celebrates short film with some of the best shorts from our 14th Annual Festival.
BIFF celebrates short film with some of the best shorts from our 14th Annual Festival. Tickets may be obtained the night of the screening at the Beacon on a first come first serve basis.
The 10×10 Auction and Real Art Party will have a new format. The 5+5=10 RAP will include an art exhibit of the work of young artists under the age of 10 years old and a FREE real art party for ALL Ages.
Start your weekend off right and help eradicate destructive invasive hardy kiwi at the same time! Gloves and tools will be provided, but we encourage you to bring extra tools if you have them (loppers, pruning sheers, and pruning saws). Meet at the Burbank Park Boat Launch.
Hardy Kiwi is an exotic invasive ornamental that threatens forests in western Massachusetts through complete domination of mature trees. Once it germinates, it will climb surrounding vegetation and eventually kill its support. Hardy kiwi can grow over 20 feet in a year. It has become a major problem in places such as Kennedy Park and Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, and now Burbank Park. Meet at the Onota Lake boat launch.
For more information contact Elia Del Molino at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-429-6416
The talented young performers of Berkshire Children’s Theater return to the Museum to perform their original musical version of the classic story Winnie the Pooh under the direction of Kara Demler.
A story slam is a fast paced, high spirited competition in which storytellers spin first-person true stories related to the evenings theme
Magic Tree House: Pirates Past Noon is an adaptation of the fourth of Mary Pope Osborne’s award-winning fantasy adventure books from the Magic Tree House book series, which has sold more than 100 million copies and is available in more than a hundred countries around the world. Jack and Annie return to visit the magic tree house on a dreary, rainy day. They find a book where the sun is shining and the waves are crashing, so they wish to travel to this tropical place. They realize that they are in the eighteenth-century Caribbean—the time of pirates! The siblings meet Captain Bones, a mean old pirate who captures the two and forces them to help him find buried treasure. It’s up to Jack and Annie to find their way back to the tree house and make their way home.
Mary Pope Osborne will be signing books from 1pm–1:45pm in the Colonial Theatre lobby, prior to the performance. Books will be available for purchase on site.
Berkshire United Way in partnerships with Zion Lutheran Church and Cultural Pittsfield will hold it’s 3rd Annual 10xtheFun Family Festival on Saturday, February 22 from 3:30-5:30 pm. This FREE event features literacy-themed activities and entertainment for families with young children. The Roaming Railroad will also be available at the Common Park.
Always wanted to try curling? Here’s your chance! Members of the Berkshire Curling Club will show you how to throw stones, sweep, and yell, and everyone will play short games! The club will provide everything you need, just bring warm clothes and clean, rubber-soled shoes. Limited space, so please reserve your spot by signing up at www.curlberkshires.org/events.
Join us for 10 minutes of the best fireworks in the Berkshires sponosored by Greylock Federal Credit Union *rain date Sunday, 23rd 6pm